Certificate Balance Sample Clauses

Certificate Balance. As to any Outstanding Certificate prior to the initial Distribution Date, the denomination thereof; and as to any such Outstanding Certificate subsequent to such initial Distribution Date, the denomination thereof multiplied by the then applicable Factor (including any allocation of Deferred Interest pursuant to Section 4.01(f)). As to any Certificate that is not an Outstanding Certificate at the time of determination, zero.
Certificate Balance. Distributions on this Class A-4 Certificate will be made by the Trustee by check mailed to the Person entitled thereto without the presentation or surrender of this Class A-4 Certificate or the making of any notation hereon, except that with respect to Certificates registered in the name of CEDE & Co., the nominee registrant for The Depository Trust Company, payments will be made in the form of immediately available funds. Except as otherwise provided in the Agreement and notwithstanding the above, the final distribution on this Class A-4 Certificate will be made only upon presentation and surrender of this Class A-4 Certificate at the office or agency maintained for that purpose by the Trustee in the Borough of Manhattan, The City of New York. Unless the certificate of authentication hereon shall have been executed by a Responsible Officer of the Trustee, by manual or facsimile signature, this Class A-4 Certificate shall not entitle the holder hereof to any benefit under the Agreement or be valid for any purpose. The Class A-4 Certificates do not represent an obligation of, or an interest in, the Depositor or any affiliate of the Depositor. The Class A-4 Certificates are limited in right of payment to certain collections and recoveries respecting the Receivables, all as more specifically set forth in the Agreement. The Agreement provides for certain amounts to be deposited into the Spread Account. In the event amounts available for withdrawal from the Spread Account are insufficient to make distributions on the Class A-4 Certificates, the Trustee will draw on the Policy up to the Policy Amount to pay such deficiency.
Certificate Balance. Any attempted transfer of any Certificate that would reduce such interest of the Depositor below 100% of the Certificate Balance shall be void. The Owner Trustee shall cause one Certificate issued to the Depositor (representing 100% of the Certificate Balance) to bear a legend stating "THIS CERTIFICATE IS NON-TRANSFERABLE."
Certificate Balance. As to any Outstanding Certificate prior to the initial Distribution Date for the related Series, the denomination thereof; and as to any such Outstanding Certificate subsequent to such initial Distribution Date, the denomination thereof multiplied by the then applicable Class Factor.
Certificate Balance. As to any Certificate (other than a Retail Certificate or a No Payment Residual Certificate) prior to the initial Distribution Date for the related Series, the denomination thereof; and as to any such Certificate subsequent to such initial Distribution Date, the denomination thereof multiplied by the then applicable Class Factor. As to any Retail Certificate at any time, the denomination thereof less all amounts of principal previously distributed with respect thereto as reflected on the books of the Depository.
Certificate Balance. $ $ Certificate Pool Factor*.................
Certificate Balance. In the event that the Class B-2 Certificate Balance has been reduced to zero, all Guarantee Payments thereafter shall be paid to the Class SB Certificates.
Certificate Balance. Initially, the aggregate principal amount of Certificates issued on the Closing Date and, thereafter, such principal amount reduced by all amounts distributed to the Certificateholders in respect of the Certificate Principal Distributable Amount.
Certificate Balance. 6 Certificateholder" or "Holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Certificate Balance. 7 Certificateholder........................................................................................8 Holder...................................................................................................8