Intermediate Mass Black Holes (IMBHs) are an elusive category of black holes in the mass range of 100 to 100000 Solar Masses. Binary IMBHs might form due to mergers of Globular Clusters, Pair Instability Supernovae, and in Young Massive Star Clusters. In this Research Note, merger timescale, constraints on the separation based on the timescale, and other parameters of Binary IMBHs are calculated analytically and are discussed. The calculations were conducted using Newtonian and Einstienian dynamics. The timescale of a Binary IMBH system to reach maximum gravitational wave amplitude is also calculated ad discussed. We also present the relation between the combined Mass of a Binary Black Hole (BBH) System and the Separation between two BHs required for a BBH system to merge within a given timescale tc, solely due to Gravitational Radiation is a function of the total mass of the system. In this article, tc is set equal to Hubble time tH. Now, the relation obtained is essentially the relation between separation of a BBH system (collide within tH) and its Mass. The calculations were conducted for all three categories of Black Holes: Stellar, Intermediate, and Supermassive. Time ahead, the relation might be used for determining whether a BBH merger would be observational. The relation is also solved for Intermediate Mass Black Holes (IMBHs), and and tc separation for collision within tH was calculated.