Grantor Trust Administration (a) The Tax Administrator shall treat the Grantor Trust Pool, for tax return preparation purposes, as a Grantor Trust under the Code. The Tax Administrator shall also perform on behalf of the Grantor Trust Pool all reporting and other tax compliance duties that are the responsibility of such Grantor Trust Pool under the Code or any compliance guidance issued by the IRS or any state or local taxing authorities. The expenses of preparing and filing such returns shall be borne by the Tax Administrator.
Sale of Trust Shares 1.1. The Trust agrees to sell to the Company those Shares which the Accounts order (based on orders placed by Policy holders on that Business Day, as defined below) and which are available for purchase by such Accounts, executing such orders on a daily basis at the net asset value next computed after receipt by the Trust or its designee of the order for the Shares. For purposes of this Section 1.1, the Company shall be the designee of the Trust for receipt of such orders from Policy owners and receipt by such designee shall constitute receipt by the Trust; provided that the Trust receives notice of such orders by 9:30 a.m. New York time on the next following Business Day. "
Situs of Trust The Trust will be located and administered in the State of Delaware. All bank accounts maintained by the Owner Trustee on behalf of the Trust shall be located in the State of Delaware or the State of New York. Payments will be received by the Trust only in Delaware or New York and payments will be made by the Trust only from Delaware or New York. The Trust shall not have any employees in any state other than Delaware; provided, however, that nothing herein shall restrict or prohibit the Owner Trustee, the Servicer or any agent of the Trust from having employees within or outside the State of Delaware. The only office of the Trust will be at the Corporate Trust Office located in Delaware.
The Trust Agreement The Trust Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Company and constitutes a valid and legally binding obligation of the Company enforceable against the Company in accordance with its terms, except as enforceability may be limited by applicable bankruptcy, insolvency or similar laws affecting the enforcement of creditors’ rights generally or by equitable principles relating to enforceability.
Sale of Trust Assets (a) Upon any transfer of Trust Assets pursuant to Section 9.02 of the Trust Agreement, the Servicer shall instruct the Indenture Trustee in writing to deposit the proceeds from such transfer after all payments and reserves therefrom have been made (the "Insolvency Proceeds") into the Collection Account. On the Payment Date on which the Insolvency Proceeds are deposited in such Collection Account (or, if such proceeds are not so deposited on a Payment Date, on the Payment Date immediately following such deposit), the Servicer shall instruct the Indenture Trustee to allocate and apply the Insolvency Proceeds as if (and in the same order of priority as) the Insolvency Proceeds were Pledged Revenues being allocated and distributed on such date pursuant to this Pooling Agreement.
Investment of Trust Assets Following approval of the Plan by stockholders of the Company and receipt of any other necessary regulatory approvals, the Trust shall purchase Common Stock of the Company in an amount equal to up to 100% of the Trust's cash assets, after providing for any required withholding as needed for tax purposes, provided, however, that the Trust shall not purchase more than 8,331 shares of Common Stock. The Trustee may purchase shares of Common Stock in the open market or, in the alternative, may purchase authorized but unissued shares of the Common Stock or treasury shares from the Company in an amount sufficient to fund the Plan Share Reserve.
Tax Treatment of the Notes By purchasing the Class M Notes, Holders and Beneficial Owners agree to treat such Notes as indebtedness of Xxxxxxx Mac for U.S. federal income tax purposes, unless such Holders or Beneficial Owners are required to treat the Class M Notes in some other manner pursuant to a final determination by the Internal Revenue Service or by a court of competent jurisdiction (each a “Final Tax Determination”). By purchasing the Class B Notes, Holders agree to treat such Class B Notes as notional principal contracts for U.S. federal income tax purposes (except for U.S. withholding tax purposes) and, as a result, as (i) a deemed loan and (ii) an on-market swap, each of which is tax accounted for in the manner described in the Offering Circular, unless such Holders are required to treat the Class B Notes in some other manner pursuant to a Final Tax Determination. Holders and Beneficial Owners, as applicable, further agree (a) to prepare their U.S. federal income tax returns on the basis that (i) the Class M Notes will be treated as indebtedness of Xxxxxxx Mac and/or (ii) the Class B Notes will be treated as (1) a deemed loan and (2) an on-market swap, and (b) to report items of income, deduction, gain or loss with respect to the Original Notes in a manner consistent with the information reported to them pursuant to Section 3.01(d), unless otherwise required pursuant to a previously-selected method for tax accounting for contingent notional principal contracts or a Final Tax Determination.
Imposition of Tax on the Trust REMICs In the event that any tax, including interest, penalties or assessments, additional amounts or additions to tax, is imposed on a Trust REMIC, such tax shall be charged against amounts otherwise distributable with respect to the Regular Certificates, the Class VRR Upper-Tier Regular Interest and the Class R Certificates; provided that any taxes imposed on any net income from foreclosure property pursuant to Code Section 860G(d) or any similar tax imposed by a state or local jurisdiction shall instead be treated as an expense of the related REO Property in determining Net REO Proceeds with respect to the REO Property (and until such taxes are paid, the Special Servicer from time to time shall withdraw from the REO Account and transfer to the Certificate Administrator for deposit into the Distribution Accounts amounts reasonably determined by the Certificate Administrator to be necessary to pay such taxes, and the Certificate Administrator shall return to the Special Servicer the excess determined by the Certificate Administrator from time to time of the amount in excess of the amount necessary to pay such taxes); provided that any such tax imposed on net income from foreclosure property that exceeds the amount in any such reserve shall be retained from Aggregate Available Funds as provided in Section 3.06(a)(vii) of this Agreement and the next sentence. Except as provided in the preceding sentence, the Certificate Administrator is hereby authorized to and shall retain or cause to be retained from the Distribution Account in determining the amount of Aggregate Available Funds sufficient funds to pay or provide for the payment of, and to actually pay, such tax as is legally owed by a Trust REMIC (but such authorization shall not prevent the Certificate Administrator from contesting, at the expense of the Trust Fund, any such tax in appropriate proceedings, and withholding payment of such tax, if permitted by law, pending the outcome of such proceedings). The Certificate Administrator is hereby authorized to and shall segregate or cause to be segregated, into a separate non-interest bearing account, (i) the net income from any “prohibited transaction” under Code Section 860F(a) or (ii) the amount of any contribution to a Trust REMIC after the Startup Day that is subject to tax under Code Section 860G(d) and use such income or amount, to the extent necessary, to pay such tax (and return the balance thereof, if any, to the related Distribution Account). To the extent that any such tax is paid to the IRS, the Certificate Administrator shall retain an equal amount from future amounts otherwise distributable to the Holders of the Class R Certificates in respect of the related residual interest and shall distribute such retained amounts to the Holders of Regular Certificates, to the Holders of the Grantor Trust Certificates (exclusive of the Class S Certificates) in respect of the Class VRR Upper-Tier Regular Interest or to the Certificate Administrator in respect of the Lower-Tier Regular Interests until they are fully reimbursed and then to the Holders of the Class R Certificates in respect of the related residual interest. None of the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator or the Trustee shall be responsible for any taxes imposed on a Trust REMIC except to the extent such tax is attributable to a breach of a representation or warranty of the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator or the Trustee or an act or omission of the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator or the Trustee in contravention of this Agreement in both cases, provided, further, that such breach, act or omission could result in liability under Section 6.03, in the case of the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as applicable, or Section 4.04 or Section 8.01, in the case of the Certificate Administrator or the Trustee. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, in each such case, the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer shall not be responsible for the Certificate Administrator’s, the Authenticating Agent’s, the Certificate Registrar’s, the Paying Agent’s or the Trustee’s breaches, acts or omissions, and the Trustee shall not be responsible for the breaches, acts or omissions of the Certificate Administrator, the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Authenticating Agent, the Certificate Registrar or the Paying Agent, and the Certificate Administrator shall not be responsible for the breaches, acts or omissions of the Trustee, the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer and, in each case if a different entity than the Certificate Administrator, the Authenticating Agent, the Certificate Registrar or the Paying Agent.
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Collection of Trust Student Loan Payments A. The Servicer shall make reasonable efforts (including all efforts that may be specified under the Higher Education Act or any Guarantee Agreement) to collect all payments called for under the terms and provisions of the Trust Student Loans as and when the same shall become due and shall follow such collection procedures as it follows with respect to similar student loans that it services on behalf of SLM Corporation or any of its Affiliates. The Servicer shall allocate collections with respect to the Trust Student Loans between principal, interest and fees in accordance with Section 2.5 of the Administration Agreement. The Servicer may in its discretion waive any late payment charge or any other fees that may be collected in the ordinary course of servicing a Trust Student Loan. The Servicer may, at its option, retain any late payment charges that it collects.