Accounting Principles. Where the character or amount of any asset or liability or item of income or expense is required to be determined or any consolidation or other accounting computation is required to be made for the purposes of this Agreement, the same shall be done in accordance with GAAP, to the extent applicable, except where such principles are inconsistent with the requirements of this Agreement.
Accounting Principles. Unless otherwise specifically provided herein, any accounting term used in this Agreement shall have the meaning customarily given such term in accordance with GAAP, and all financial computations hereunder shall be computed in accordance with GAAP consistently applied. That certain items or computations are explicitly modified by the phrase "in accordance with GAAP" shall in no way be construed to limit the foregoing. If there occurs after the date hereof any change in GAAP from that used in the preparation of the financial statements referred to herein, after the date hereof the Borrower and its Subsidiaries adopt any other accounting principles for use in the preparation of their financial statements (such changes in GAAP and such adoption being referred to herein as "Accounting Changes") that affects in any respect the calculation of any covenants contained in this Agreement (including those in section 7.03), the Lenders and the Borrower shall discuss whether they wish to amend any relevant provisions of this Agreement that relate to the calculation of such covenants with the intent of having their respective positions after such Accounting Changes conform as nearly as possible to their respective positions as of the date of this Agreement. Unless any such amendments have been agreed upon by all parties hereto in writing, compliance with the financial covenants in this Agreement shall be determined as if no such Accounting Change had occurred. In such event, the financial statements required to be provided by the Borrower hereunder shall be prepared in accordance with GAAP in effect on the date of such financial statements (after giving effect to such Accounting Change), and the Borrower shall concurrently deliver to the Agent a reconciliation in form and substance satisfactory to the Lenders showing all adjustments made to financial statements in order to determine compliance with such financial covenants on the basis of GAAP in effect prior to such Accounting Change.
Accounting Principles. Unless the context otherwise clearly requires, all accounting terms not expressly defined herein shall be construed, and all financial computations required under this Agreement shall be made, in accordance with GAAP, consistently applied; provided that if the Borrower notifies the Administrative Agent that the Borrower wishes to amend any covenant in Section 6 to eliminate the effect of any change in GAAP on the operation of such covenant (or if the Administrative Agent notifies the Borrower that the Required Lenders wish to amend any covenant in Section 6 for such purpose), then the Borrower's compliance with such covenant shall be determined on the basis of GAAP in effect immediately before the relevant change in GAAP became effective, until either such notice is withdrawn or such covenant is amended in a manner satisfactory to the Borrower and the Required Lenders.
Accounting Principles. Wherever in this Agreement reference is made to a calculation to be made in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, such reference shall be deemed to be to the generally accepted accounting principles from time to time approved by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, or any successor institute, applicable as at the date on which such calculation is made or required to be made in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Accounting Principles. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, all computations and determinations as to accounting or financial matters and all financial statements to be delivered pursuant to this Agreement shall be made and prepared in accordance with GAAP (including principles of consolidation where appropriate), and all accounting or financial terms shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms by GAAP.
Accounting Principles. Where the character or amount of any asset or liability or item of revenue or expense or amount of equity is required to be determined, or any consolidation or other accounting computation is required to be made for the purpose of this Agreement or any other Document, such determination or calculation shall, to the extent applicable and except as otherwise specified herein or as otherwise agreed in writing by the parties hereto, be made in accordance with GAAP applied on a consistent basis. In the event that any “Accounting Change” (as defined below) shall occur and such change results in a change in the method of calculation of financial covenants, standards or terms in this Agreement, then the Borrower and the Agent agree to enter into negotiations in order to amend such provisions of this Agreement so as to reflect equitably such Accounting Changes with the desired result that the criteria for evaluating the Borrower’s financial condition shall be substantially the same after such Accounting Changes as if such Accounting Changes had not been made. Until such time as such an amendment shall have been executed and delivered by the Borrower and the Agent (with the approval of the Lenders or the Majority of the Lenders, as applicable), all financial covenants, standards and terms in this Agreement shall continue to be calculated or construed as if such Accounting Changes had not occurred. “Accounting Changes” refers to changes in accounting principles required by the promulgation of any rule, regulation, pronouncement or opinion by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants or the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and in all events including changes resulting from implementation of the International Financial Reporting Standards to the extent required by the Canadian Accounting Standards Board.
Accounting Principles. Wherever in this Agreement reference is made to a calculation to be made or an action to be taken in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, such reference will be deemed to be to the generally accepted accounting principles from time to time approved by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, or any successor institute, applicable as at the date on which such calculation or action is made or taken or required to be made or taken.
Accounting Principles. The character or amount of any asset, liability, capital account or reserve and of any item of income or expense to be determined, and any consolidation or other accounting computation to be made, and the construction of any definition containing a financial term, pursuant to this Agreement shall be determined or made in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in the United States of America consistently applied (“GAAP”), unless such principles are inconsistent with the express requirements of this Agreement.
Accounting Principles. All accounting and financial terms used in the Loan Documents and the compliance with each financial covenant therein shall be determined in accordance with GAAP, and all accounting principles shall be applied on a consistent basis so that the accounting principles in a current period are comparable in all material respects to those applied during the preceding comparable period. If Borrower or any Credit Party determines that a change in GAAP from that in effect on the date hereof has altered the treatment of certain financial data to its detriment under this Agreement, then such party may, by written notice to the others and Administrative Agent not later than ten (10) days after the effective date of such change in GAAP, request renegotiation of the financial covenants affected by such change. If Borrower and Required Lenders have not agreed on revised covenants within thirty (30) days after delivery of such notice, then, for purposes of this Agreement, GAAP will mean generally accepted accounting principles without giving effect to the change that gave rise to the renegotiation.