Consolidated Tangible Net Worth Law and Legal Definition
According to 45 USCS § 1303 [Title 45. Railroads; Chapter 22. Conrail Privatization; General Provisions], the term consolidated tangible net worth means "the market value of the common equity of the Corporation as of the sale date, plus or minus the change from the sale date to the date of measurement in the excess, after making appropriate deductions for any minority interest in the net worth of subsidiaries, of
(A) the assets of the Corporation and its subsidiaries (excluding intercompany items) which, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, are tangible assets, after deducting adequate reserves in each case where, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, a reserve is proper, over
(B) all liabilities of the Corporation and its subsidiaries (excluding intercompany items), taking into account inventory and securities on the basis of the cost or current market value, whichever is lower, and not taking into account patents, trademarks, trade names, copyrights, licenses, goodwill, treasury stock, or any write-up in the book value of any assets."