Material Adverse Change Clause defined: A material adverse change clause is a contingency legal provision often found in mergers and acquisitions contracts and venture financing agreements that enables the acquirer (or funder) to refuse to complete the acquisition or merger or financing with the party being acquired (often termed, the “target”) if the target suffers such a change.
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