CENTERLINE Sample Clauses

CENTERLINE. SPONSOR 2007-1 SECURITIZATION, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, as Sponsor By: CENTERLINE HOLDING TRUST, a Delaware statutory trust, its manager By: /s/ Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx President [ACCEPTANCE PAGE TO SERIES CERTIFICATE AGREEMENT - OSPREY SERIES M014] APPENDIX A STANDARD TERMS [See Tab 2] EXECUTION [Osprey/Taxable] XXXXXXX MAC TAXABLE MULTIFAMILY VARIABLE RATE CERTIFICATES STANDARD TERMS OF THE SERIES CERTIFICATE AGREEMENT DATED AS OF DECEMBER 1, 2007 The Taxable Multifamily Variable Rate Certificates will represent undivided ownership interests in a pool of (i) taxable Bonds issued to finance multifamily affordable housing projects and (ii) taxable Mortgage Loans originated for such purpose (collectively, the “Assets”). The term “Assets” includes such Bonds or Mortgage Loans as well as custodial receipts, trust receipts or any other similar instruments evidencing an ownership interest in Bonds or Mortgage Loans held in a pass-through arrangement. Each offering of Taxable Multifamily Variable Rate Certificates will be issued as a Series. Each Series will be comprised of Class A Certificates and Class B Certificates that have different specified rights in the related Series Pool (the Class A Certificates and Class B Certificates, collectively, the “Certificates”). Each Series Pool will be separate from each other Series Pool, and the Certificates of any Series will relate only to the Property of a single Series Pool. Xxxxxxx Mac uses standard documentation and terms for the creation, issuance and sale of each Series of Certificates. This documentation includes the Offering Circular and an Offering Circular Supplement for each Series and the Series Certificate Agreement. The Series Certificate Agreement will incorporate the Standard Terms set forth below. Xxxxxxx Mac will execute the Series Certificate Agreement in its corporate capacity and in its capacity as Administrator of the Series Pool. In its corporate capacity, Xxxxxxx Mac will act as the Depositor, the Certificate Registrar, the Pledge Custodian, the guarantor and the liquidity provider. The Standard Terms provide that other entities may serve some of these functions (other than serving as guarantor or liquidity provider). These Standard Terms will not be effective as to any Certificates until these Standard Terms are incorporated into a Series Certificate Agreement creating the related Series. If a conflict arises between the provisions of a Series Certificate Agreement...


  • Gardens Lawns, xxxxxx, flower beds, trees, shrubs, outside walls and fences.

  • Elevation Elevation is defined as restoring an employee to the higher classification, with permanent status, which was held prior to being granted a demotion or to a class that is between the current class and the class from which the employee was demoted. Upon elevation, an employee’s salary will be determined in the same manner that is provided for promotion in Section 43.5, above.

  • Shopping 4. The methods of procurement are subject to, among other things, the detailed arrangements and threshold values set forth in the Procurement Plan. The Borrower may only modify the methods of procurement or threshold values with the prior agreement of ADB, and modifications must be set out in updates to the Procurement Plan.

  • S.T If Federal Funds are not received on time, such funds will be invested, and shares purchased thereby will be issued, as soon as practicable.

  • Energy 1. Cooperation shall take place within the principles of the market economy and the European Energy Charter, against a background of the progressive integration of the energy markets in Europe.

  • Millwright Shall be qualified to assist and work under the direction and instructions of Millwright I or A. He will work alone at times performing assignments in keeping with his training. He must become proficient in good practices in the areas of fitting, aligning, lubricating and the operation of all shop tools and machines. In addition to the foregoing, he will be exposed to basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics. He will begin the process of learn- ing techniques required in trouble shooting key production machinery, pipefitting, and basic welding, but will not be expected to display a high degree of proficiency in these areas at this point. He will be required to have the necessary tools to perform his duties. Under direction, will continue to develop skills in trouble shooting all plant equipment. Millwright Must be capable of performing the tasks of fitting, aligning, and able to operate all shop tools and machines. Must, under direction, become proficient in basic welding and pipe-fitting as well as dismantling and reassembly of plant He may work alone frequently, but occasionally will require direc- tion and instructions from Millwright I, or A. Must, under direction, become proficient at effective methods of trouble shooting and repairing hydraulic, pneumatic and mechan- ical faults in plant machinery. Millwright Must be capable, without direction, of fitting, aligning, lubricating, taking apart and reassembling plant equipment. In addition, is expected to be to weld, operate shop tools and do pipefitting as required. Under direction will begin the process of learning machining and continue to improve his skills at machining parts. Millwright I Must be capable, without direction, of performing all practices under Millwright Must under direction, become proficient at reading and understanding blueprints, all phases of installing new equipment, laying out hydraulic and mechanical drives and meet speed and power requirements correctly. Millwright A Must be capable, without direction, of performing all practices under Millwright I, and Must take full responsibility for work done by himself or his assistant. Must be in possession of a Millwright Certificate or a Machinist Certificate or Welder Certificate. Must be in possession of a ProvincialTrades Certificate recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Filer Trainee Trains on saw and knife changes and knife grinding Filer C He shall be capable under direction of performing all changes and knife grinding. Filer B He shall be capable under direction of performing all changes and knife grinding bench, fitting and sharpening saws. Filer A He shall be capable without direction of performing all jobs listed under

  • Western LONDON agrees that it will keep records relating to its services hereunder in accordance with all applicable laws, and in compliance with the requirements of Rule 31a-3 under the 1940 Act, WESTERN LONDON hereby agrees that any records that it maintains for the Fund are the property of the Fund, and further agrees to surrender promptly to the Fund any of such records upon the Fund’s request. WESTERN LONDON further agrees to arrange for the preservation of the records required to be maintained by Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act for the periods prescribed by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act.

  • Loop A transmission path that extends from a Main Distribution Frame or functionally comparable piece of equipment in a Customer's serving End Office, to the Rate Demarcation Point (or NID if installed at the Rate Demarcation Point) in or at the Customer's premises. The actual transmission facilities used to provide a Loop may utilize any of several technologies.

  • Business Partners Red Hat has entered into agreements with other organizations (“Business Partners”) to promote, market and support certain Software and Services. When Client purchases Software and Services through a Business Partner, Red Hat confirms that it is responsible for providing the Software and Services to Client under the terms of this Agreement. Red Hat is not responsible for (a) the actions of Business Partners, (b) any additional obligations Business Partners have to Client, or (c) any products or services that Business Partners supply to Client under any separate agreements between a Business Partner and Client.

  • Corporate Separateness (a) Satisfy, and cause each of its Restricted Subsidiaries and Unrestricted Subsidiaries to satisfy, customary corporate and other formalities, including, as applicable, the holding of regular board of directors’ and shareholders’ meetings or action by directors or shareholders without a meeting, in each case, to the extent required by law and the maintenance of corporate offices and records.