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Stock-Price Forfeiture Provision
In stock option documents, this provision triggers the automatic forfeiture of the option grant when the price of the underlying stock drops to a specified level. It serves as a remedy for underwater stock options. After the provision is triggered, the company grants new options. The new grants must fit within the provisions of the NYSE and NASDAQ listing rules for the cancellation, regranting, and repricing of options.
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