Maturities Each Note will mature on a date (the “Maturity Date”) not less than 12 months after the original issue date for such Note. Notes will mature on any date selected by the Purchasing Agent and agreed to by the Company. “Maturity” when used with respect to any Note, means the date on which the outstanding principal amount of such Note becomes due and payable in full in accordance with its terms, whether at its Maturity Date or by declaration of acceleration, call for redemption, repayment or otherwise. Issuance: All Notes will be represented by a master registered global note certificate (the “Master Note”). Each Master Note will be dated the date of its authentication by the Trustee. Each Note will have an original issue date (the “Issue Date”). The Issue Date shall remain the same for all Notes of the applicable series subsequently issued upon transfer, exchange or substitution of an original Note. Additional tranches of an existing series of Notes may have a different Issue Date. For other variable terms with respect to the Notes, see the Prospectus and the applicable Pricing Supplement. Identification: The Company has received from the CUSIP Service Bureau (the CUSIP Service Bureau”) of Standard & Poor’s, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. (“S&P”), one series of CUSIP numbers for future assignment to the Notes. The Company will provide or has provided the Purchasing Agent, DTC and the Trustee with a list of such CUSIP numbers. On behalf of the Company, the Purchasing Agent will assign CUSIP numbers as described below under Settlement Procedure “B.” DTC will notify the CUSIP Service Bureau periodically of the CUSIP numbers that the Company has assigned to the Notes. The Company will reserve additional CUSIP numbers when necessary for assignment to the Notes and will provide the Purchasing Agent, the Trustee and DTC with the list of additional CUSIP numbers so obtained. Registration: Unless otherwise specified by DTC, the Master Notes will be in fully registered form only without coupons. Each Master Note will be registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee for DTC, on the Security Register maintained under the Indenture by the Trustee. The beneficial owner of a Note (or one or more indirect participants in DTC designated by such owner) will designate one or more participants in DTC (with respect to such Note, the “Participants”) to act as agent or agents for such owner in connection with the book-entry system maintained by DTC, and DTC will record in book-entry form, in accordance with instructions provided by such Participants, a credit balance with respect to such beneficial owner of such Note in the account of such Participants. The ownership interest of such beneficial owner in such Note will be recorded through the records of such Participants or through the separate records of such Participants and one or more indirect participants in DTC. Transfers: Transfers of beneficial ownership interests in a Master Note will be accomplished by book entries made by DTC and, in turn, by Participants (and in certain cases, one or more indirect participants in DTC) acting on behalf of beneficial transferors and transferees of such beneficial ownership interests. Denominations: Prior to any issuance, and as to each issuance, the Company and the Purchasing Agent will agree on the applicable minimum denomination of the Notes. DTC entries representing the Notes will be in principal amounts not in excess of $500,000,000 or any other limit set by DTC (the “Permitted Amount”). If a series of Notes has an aggregate principal amount in excess of the Permitted Amount, each DTC book entry for that series will be in the Permitted Amount, or lesser amount representing the remaining principal amount for such series of Notes.
Treasury Yield At the time of determination with respect to any Certificate, the interest rate (expressed as a semi-annual equivalent and as a decimal and, in the case of United States Treasury bills, converted to a bond equivalent yield) determined to be the per annum rate equal to the semi-annual yield to maturity for United States Treasury securities maturing on the Average Life Date on such Certificate and trading in the public securities markets either as determined by interpolation between the most recent weekly average yield to maturity for two series of United States Treasury securities, trading in public securities markets, (i) one maturing as close as possible to, but earlier than, the Average Life Date of such Certificate and (ii) the other maturing as close as possible to, but later than, the Average Life Date of such Certificate, in each case as published in the most recent H.15(519) or, if a weekly average yield to maturity for United States Treasury securities maturing on the Average Life Date of such Certificate is reported on the most recent H.15 (519), such weekly average yield to maturity as published in such H.15(919). "H.15(519)" means the weekly statistical release designated as such, or any successor publication, published by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The date of determination of a Make-Whole Premium will be the third Business Day prior to the applicable prepayment date and the "most recent H.15(519)" means the H.15(519) published prior to the close of business on the third Business Day prior to the applicable prepayment date.
Maturity As provided therein, the entire unpaid principal balance of each Note shall be due and payable on the Maturity Date thereof.
Linear Interpolation Where Linear Interpolation is specified as applicable in respect of an Interest Period in the applicable Final Terms, the Rate of Interest for such Interest Period shall be calculated by the Agent by straight line linear interpolation by reference to two rates based on the relevant Reference Rate (where Screen Rate Determination is specified as applicable in the applicable Final Terms) or the relevant Floating Rate Option (where ISDA Determination is specified as applicable in the applicable Final Terms), one of which shall be determined as if the Designated Maturity were the period of time for which rates are available next shorter than the length of the relevant Interest Period and the other of which shall be determined as if the Designated Maturity were the period of time for which rates are available next longer than the length of the relevant Interest Period provided however that if there is no rate available for a period of time next shorter or, as the case may be, next longer, then the Agent shall determine such rate at such time and by reference to such sources as it determines appropriate.
Discharge Prior to Maturity The Indenture shall be discharged and canceled upon the payment of all of the Securities and shall be discharged except for certain obligations upon the irrevocable deposit with the Trustee of funds or U.S. Government Obligations sufficient for such payment.
Average Log Length and Payment Reduction If the average log length for all logs delivered under this contract is less than the average log length specified in the table in clause G-024.2, The amount of allowable payment reduction shall be calculated by multiplying the payment rate in P-028.2 by the total volume delivered, and the difference between the average length of logs delivered and the average log length specified in G-024.2, times 1% as follows: Log Length Payment Reduction = (B x V x L) x (.01) 1/10th) Where: B = Bid rate from P-028.2 clause V = total delivered log Volume L = Length in feet below specified average (rounded to nearest Average log length payment reductions calculated by the Purchaser must be approved by the State, prior to payment for the final billing period. Third-party scaling organization information is required to determine Scribner mbf and Average log length for payment reduction purposes. Average log length is determined on a piece count basis. Value of log length price reduction will be derived from the applicable sort value as described in this contract. Scale information for determining Average log length for payment reduction eligibility must be obtained from roll-out scale. Truck-ramp, sample scaling, and/or bundle scaling information is not acceptable for determining eligibility. Purchaser’s exclusive remedy for below average log lengths shall be the payment reduction described in this clause, notwithstanding other provisions in the Uniform Commercial Code.
Treasury Rate Notes If the Interest Rate Basis is the Treasury Rate, this Note shall be deemed a “Treasury Rate Note.” Unless otherwise specified on the face hereof, “Treasury Rate” means: (1) the rate from the auction held on the Interest Determination Date (the “Auction”) of direct obligations of the United States (“Treasury Bills”) having the Index Maturity specified on the face hereof under the caption “INVESTMENT RATE” on the display on Moneyline Telerate (or any successor service) on page 56 (or any other page as may replace that page on that service) (“Moneyline Telerate Page 56”) or page 57 (or any other page as may replace that page on that service) (“Moneyline Telerate Page 57”); or (2) if the rate referred to in clause (1) is not so published by 3:00 P.M., New York City time, on the related Calculation Date, the Bond Equivalent Yield (as defined below) of the rate for the applicable Treasury Bills as published in H.15 Daily Update, or another recognized electronic source used for the purpose of displaying the applicable rate, under the caption “U.S. Government Securities/Treasury Bills/Auction High”; or (3) if the rate referred to in clause (2) is not so published by 3:00 P.M., New York City time, on the related Calculation Date, the Bond Equivalent Yield of the auction rate of the applicable Treasury Bills as announced by the United States Department of the Treasury; or (4) if the rate referred to in clause (3) is not so announced by the United States Department of the Treasury, or if the Auction is not held, the Bond Equivalent Yield of the rate on the particular Interest Determination Date of the applicable Treasury Bills as published in H.15(519) under the caption “U.S. Government Securities/Treasury Bills/Secondary Market”; or (5) if the rate referred to in clause (4) is not so published by 3:00 P.M., New York City time, on the related Calculation Date, the rate on the particular Interest Determination Date of the applicable Treasury Bills as published in H.15 Daily Update, or another recognized electronic source used for the purpose of displaying the applicable rate, under the caption “U.S. Government Securities/Treasury Bills/Secondary Market”; or (6) if the rate referred to in clause (5) is not so published by 3:00 P.M., New York City time, on the related Calculation Date, the rate on the
Current Per Share Market Value For the purpose of any computation hereunder, the “Current Per Share Market Value” of any security (a “Security” for the purpose of this Section 11.4.1) on any date shall be deemed to be the average of the daily closing prices per share of such Security for the thirty (30) consecutive Trading Days (as such term is hereinafter defined) immediately prior to such date; provided, however, that in the event that the current per share market price of the Security is determined during any period following the announcement by the issuer of such Security of (i) a dividend or distribution on such Security payable in shares of such Security or securities convertible into such shares or (ii) any subdivision, combination or reclassification of such Security, and prior to the expiration of
Original Terms to Maturity The original term to maturity of substantially all of the Mortgage Loans included in the Mortgage Pool shall be between 20 and 30 years.
Target Fair Market Value The Company agrees that the Target Business that it acquires must have a fair market value equal to at least 80% of the balance in the Trust Account at the time of signing the definitive agreement for the Business Combination with such Target Business (excluding taxes payable and the Deferred Underwriting Commissions). The fair market value of such business must be determined by the Board of Directors of the Company based upon standards generally accepted by the financial community, such as actual and potential sales, earnings, cash flow and book value. If the Board of Directors of the Company is not able to independently determine that the target business meets such fair market value requirement, the Company will obtain an opinion from an independent investment banking firm or another independent entity that commonly renders valuation opinions with respect to the satisfaction of such criteria. The Company is not required to obtain an opinion as to the fair market value if the Company’s Board of Directors independently determines that the Target Business does have sufficient fair market value.