Collection of Trust Student Loan Payments Sample Clauses

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.
Collection of Trust Student Loan Payments. (a) The Servicer shall make reasonable efforts 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 comparable student loans that it services on behalf of SLM Education Credit Management Corporation. The Servicer shall allocate collections with respect to the Trust Student Loans between principal, interest and fees in accordance with Section 2.05

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  • REPURCHASE OF TRUST STUDENT LOANS; REIMBURSEMENT (A) Each party to these Master Terms shall give notice to the other parties promptly, in writing, upon the discovery of any breach of SLM ECFC’s representations and warranties made pursuant to Sections 5(A) and (B) hereof which has a materially adverse effect on the interest of Funding in any Trust Student Loan. In the event of such a material breach which is not curable by reinstatement of the applicable Guarantor’s guarantee of such Trust Student Loan, SLM ECFC shall repurchase any affected Trust Student Loan not later than 120 days following the earlier of the date of discovery of such material breach and the date of receipt of the Guarantor reject transmittal form with respect to such Trust Student Loan. In the event of such a material breach which is curable by reinstatement of the Guarantor’s guarantee of such Trust Student Loan, unless the material breach shall have been cured within 360 days following the earlier of the date of discovery of such material breach and the date of receipt of the Guarantor reject transmittal form with respect to such Trust Student Loan, SLM ECFC shall purchase such Trust Student Loan not later than the sixtieth day following the end of such 360-day period. SLM ECFC shall also remit as provided in Section 2.6 of the Administration Agreement on the date of repurchase of any Trust Student Loan pursuant to this Section 6(A) an amount equal to all non-guaranteed interest amounts and forfeited Interest Subsidy Payments and Special Allowance Payments with respect to such Trust Student Loan. In consideration of the purchase of any such Trust Student Loan pursuant to this Section 6(A), SLM ECFC shall remit the Purchase Amount in the manner specified in Section 2.6 of the Administration Agreement. In addition, if any breach of Sections 5(A) and (B) hereof by SLM ECFC does not trigger such repurchase obligation but does result in the refusal by a Guarantor to guarantee all or a portion of the accrued interest (or any obligation of Funding to repay such interest to a Guarantor), or the loss (including any obligation of Funding to repay the Department) of Interest Subsidy Payments and Special Allowance Payments, with respect to any Trust Student Loan affected by such breach, then SLM ECFC shall reimburse Funding by remitting an amount equal to the sum of all such non-guaranteed interest amounts and such forfeited Interest Subsidy Payments or Special Allowance Payments in the manner specified in Section 2.6 of the Administration Agreement not later than (i) the last day of the next Collection Period ending not less than 60 days from the date of the Guarantor’s refusal to guarantee all or a portion of accrued interest or loss of Interest Subsidy Payments or Special Allowance Payments, or (ii) in the case where SLM ECFC reasonably believes such losses are likely to be collected, not later than the last day of the next Collection Period ending not less than 360 days from the date of the Guarantor’s refusal to guarantee all or a portion of accrued interest or loss of Interest Subsidy Payments or Special Allowance Payments. At the time such payment is made, SLM ECFC shall not be required to reimburse Funding for interest that is then capitalized, however, such amounts shall be reimbursed if the borrower subsequently defaults and such capitalized interest is not paid by the Guarantor. Anything in this Section 6(A) to the contrary notwithstanding, if as of the last Business Day of any month the aggregate outstanding principal amount of Trust Student Loans with respect to which claims have been filed with and rejected by a Guarantor or with respect to which the Servicer determines that claims cannot be filed pursuant to the Higher Education Act as a result of a breach by SLM ECFC or the Servicer, exceeds 1% of the Pool Balance, SLM ECFC (or the Servicer as provided in the Servicing Agreement) shall purchase, within 30 days of a written request of the Eligible Lender Trustee or the Indenture Trustee, such affected Trust Student Loans in an aggregate principal amount such that after such purchase the aggregate principal amount of such affected Trust Student Loans is less than 1% of the Pool Balance. The Trust Student Loans to be purchased by SLM ECFC and the Servicer pursuant to the preceding sentence shall be based on the date of claim rejection (or the date of notice referred to in the first sentence of this Section 6(A)) with Trust Student Loans with the earliest such date to be repurchased first.

  • Purchase of Trust Student Loans; Reimbursement A. The Servicer, the Administrator, the Eligible Lender Trustee and the Indenture Trustee shall give notice to the other parties promptly, in writing, upon the discovery of any breach of the provisions of Section 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 or 3.4 which has a materially adverse effect on the interest of the Issuer. In the event of such a material breach which is not curable by reinstatement of the Guarantor's guarantee of such Trust Student Loan, the Servicer shall purchase the affected Trust Student Loan not later than 120 days following the earlier of the date of discovery of such material breach and the date of receipt of the Guarantor reject transmittal form with respect to such Trust Student Loan. In the event of a material breach with respect to such Trust Student Loan which is curable by reinstatement of the Guarantor's guarantee of such Trust Student Loan, unless the material breach shall have been cured within 360 days following the earlier of the date of discovery of such material breach and the date of receipt of the Guarantor reject transmittal form with respect to such Trust Student Loan, the Servicer shall purchase such Trust Student Loan not later than the sixtieth day following the end of such 360-day period. The purchase price hereunder will be the unpaid principal amount of such Trust Student Loan plus accrued interest (calculated using the applicable percentage that would have been insured pursuant to Section 428(b)(1)(G) of the Higher Education Act) plus an amount equal to all forfeited Interest Subsidy Payments and Special Allowance Payments with respect to such Trust Student Loan. The Servicer shall remit the purchase price to the Administrator as provided in Section 2.6 of the Administration Agreement on the date of purchase of any Trust Student Loan pursuant to this Section 3.5. In consideration of the purchase of any such Trust Student Loan pursuant to this Section 3.5, the Servicer shall remit the Purchase Amount in the manner specified in Section 2.6 of the Administration Agreement. Any breach that relates to compliance with the requirements of the Higher Education Act or of the applicable Guarantor but that does not affect such Guarantor's obligation to guarantee payments of a Trust Student Loan will not be considered to have a material adverse effect for purposes of this Section 3.5A.

  • Collection and Liquidation of Mortgage Loans Continuously from the Closing Date, until the date each Mortgage Loan ceases to be subject to this Agreement, the Servicer shall proceed diligently to collect all payments due under each of the Mortgage Loans when the same shall become due and payable and shall take special care in ascertaining and estimating Escrow Payments and all other charges that will become due and payable with respect to the Mortgage Loans and each related Mortgaged Property, to the end that the installments payable by the Mortgagors will be sufficient to pay such charges as and when they become due and payable. The Servicer shall use its best efforts, consistent with the Servicing Standard, to foreclose upon or otherwise comparably convert the ownership of such Mortgaged Properties as come into and continue in default and as to which no satisfactory arrangements can be made for collection of delinquent payments pursuant to Section 3.01. The Servicer shall use its best efforts to realize upon defaulted Mortgage Loans in such a manner as will maximize the receipt of principal and interest by the Trustee, taking into account, among other things, the timing of foreclosure proceedings. The foregoing is subject to the provisions that, in any case in which Mortgaged Property shall have suffered damage, the Servicer shall not be required to expend its own funds toward the restoration of such property unless it shall determine in its discretion (i) that such restoration will increase the proceeds of liquidation of the related Mortgage Loan to the Master Servicer after reimbursement to itself for such expenses, and (ii) that such expenses will be recoverable by the Servicer through Insurance Proceeds or Liquidation Proceeds from the related Mortgaged Property. In the event that any payment due under any Mortgage Loan and not postponed pursuant to Section 3.01 is not paid when the same becomes due and payable, or in the event the Mortgagor fails to perform any other covenant or obligation under the Mortgage Loan and such failure continues beyond any applicable grace period, the Servicer shall take such action as (1) the Servicer would take for other institutional investors under similar circumstances with respect to a similar mortgage loan, (2) shall be consistent with the Servicing Standard, (3) the Servicer shall determine prudently to be in the best interest of the Trust Fund, and (4) is consistent with any related LPMI Policy. In the event that any payment due under any Mortgage Loan is not postponed pursuant to Section 3.01 and remains delinquent for a period of one hundred and five (105) days or any other default continues for a period of one hundred and five (105) days beyond the expiration of any grace or cure period, the Servicer shall commence foreclosure proceedings. The Servicer shall notify the Master Servicer in writing of the commencement of foreclosure proceedings on a monthly basis no later than the fifth Business Day of each month (which notification may be included within the monthly reports submitted to the Master Servicer under this Agreement). In such connection, the Servicer shall be responsible for all costs and expenses incurred by it in any such proceedings; provided, however, that it shall be entitled to reimbursement thereof from the related Mortgaged Property, as contemplated in Section 3.04. Notwithstanding the generality of the preceding paragraph, the Servicer shall take such actions generally in accordance with the Servicer’s established default timeline and in accordance with the Servicing Standard with respect to each Mortgagor for which there is a delinquency until such time as such Mortgagor is current with all payments due under the Mortgage Loan. With respect to a HOEPA Claim Loan, upon receipt of notice from the Trustee, the Master Servicer or the Mortgagor that the Mortgagor has instituted a claim that the related Mortgage Loan was originated in violation of HOEPA, the Servicer shall, unless otherwise directed by such party, suspend all of its loss mitigation activities with respect to such Mortgage Loan until such time as such claim has been resolved. In the event that such party provides direction to the Servicer, the Servicer shall continue to service such HOEPA Claim Loan pursuant to the Servicing Standard, provided that such direction is not inconsistent with the Servicing Standard.

  • Collection of Mortgage Loan Payments; Protected Account (a) The Master Servicer shall make reasonable efforts in accordance with customary and usual standards of practice of prudent mortgage lenders in the respective states in which the Mortgaged Properties are located to collect all payments called for under the terms and provisions of the Mortgage Loans to the extent such procedures shall be consistent with this Agreement and the terms and provisions of any related Required Insurance Policy. Consistent with the foregoing, the Master Servicer may in its discretion (i) waive any late payment charge and (ii) extend the due dates for payments due on a Mortgage Note for a period not greater than 125 days. In the event of any such arrangement, the Master Servicer shall make Advances on the related Mortgage Loan during the scheduled period in accordance with the amortization schedule of such Mortgage Loan without modification thereof by reason of such arrangements, and shall be entitled to reimbursement therefor in accordance with Section 5.01. The Master Servicer shall not be required to institute or join in litigation with respect to collection of any payment (whether under a Mortgage, Mortgage Note or otherwise or against any public or governmental authority with respect to a taking or condemnation) if it reasonably believes that enforcing the provision of the Mortgage or other instrument pursuant to which such payment is required is prohibited by applicable law. In addition, if (x) a Mortgage Loan is in default or default is reasonably foreseeable, the Master Servicer may also waive, modify or vary any term of any Mortgage Loan or consent to the postponement of strict compliance with any such term or in any manner grant indulgence to any mortgagor, including without limitation, to (1) capitalize any amounts owing on the Mortgage Loan by adding such amount to the outstanding principal balance of the Mortgage Loan, (2) defer such amounts to a later date or the final payment date of such Mortgage Loan, (3) extend the maturity of any such Mortgage Loan, but in no instance past the date on which the final payment is due on the latest maturing Mortgage Loan as of the Cut-off Date, and/or (4) reduce the related Mortgage Rate (subject to clause (y) below), provided that, in the Master Servicer’s determination, such waiver, modification, postponement or indulgence is not materially adverse to the interests of the Certificateholders (taking into account any estimated Realized Loss that might result absent such action), or (y) the Master Servicer delivers to the Trustee a certification addressed to the Trustee, based on the advice of counsel or certified public accountants, in either case, that have a national reputation with respect to taxation of REMICs, that a modification of such Mortgage Loan will not result in the imposition of taxes on or disqualify from REMIC status any of REMIC I, REMIC II, REMIC III, REMIC IV or REMIC V, the Master Servicer may, (A) amend the related Mortgage Note to reduce the Mortgage Rate applicable thereto, provided that such reduced Mortgage Rate shall in no event be lower than 5.00% with respect to any Mortgage Loan and (B) amend any Mortgage Note to extend the maturity thereof. The Master Servicer shall not waive (or permit a sub-servicer to waive) any Prepayment Charge unless: (i) the enforceability thereof shall have been limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, moratorium, receivership and other similar laws relating to creditors’ rights generally, (ii) the enforcement thereof is illegal, or any local, state or federal agency has threatened legal action if the prepayment penalty is enforced, (iii) the mortgage debt has been accelerated in connection with a foreclosure or other involuntary payment or (iv) such waiver is standard and customary in servicing similar Mortgage Loans and relates to a default or a reasonably foreseeable default and would, in the reasonable judgment of the Master Servicer, maximize recovery of total proceeds taking into account the value of such Prepayment Charge and the related Mortgage Loan. If a Prepayment Charge is waived, but does not meet the standards described above, then the Master Servicer is required to pay the amount of such waived Prepayment Charge, for the benefit of the Class C Certificates, by remitting such amount to the Trustee by the Distribution Account Deposit Date.

  • Collection of Mortgage Loan Payments Continuously from the date hereof until the principal and interest on all Mortgage Loans are paid in full, the Company shall proceed diligently to collect all payments due under each of the Mortgage Loans when the same shall become due and payable and shall take special care in ascertaining and estimating Escrow Payments and all other charges that will become due and payable with respect to the Mortgage Loan and the Mortgaged Property, to the end that the installments payable by the Mortgagors will be sufficient to pay such charges as and when they become due and payable.

  • Realization upon Trust Student Loans For the benefit of the Issuer, the Servicer shall use reasonable efforts consistent with its servicing practices and procedures that it utilizes with respect to comparable student loans that it services on behalf of SLM Corporation or any of its Affiliates and including all efforts that may be specified under the Higher Education Act or Guarantee Agreement in its servicing of any delinquent Trust Student Loans.

  • Administration and Servicing of the Trust Fund Section 3.01 Master Servicer to Act as Master Servicer; Special

  • Collection of Certain Mortgage Loan Payments; Deposits to Custodial Account (a) The Master Servicer shall make reasonable efforts to collect all payments called for under the terms and provisions of the Mortgage Loans, and shall, to the extent such procedures shall be consistent with this Agreement and the terms and provisions of any related Primary Insurance Policy, follow such collection procedures as it would employ in its good faith business judgment and which are normal and usual in its general mortgage servicing activities. Consistent with the foregoing, the Master Servicer may in its discretion (i) waive any late payment charge or any prepayment charge or penalty interest in connection with the prepayment of a Mortgage Loan and (ii) extend the Due Date for payments due on a Mortgage Loan in accordance with the Program Guide; provided, however, that the Master Servicer shall first determine that any such waiver or extension will not impair the coverage of any related Primary Insurance Policy or materially adversely affect the lien of the related Mortgage. Notwithstanding anything in this Section to the contrary, the Master Servicer shall not enforce any prepayment charge to the extent that such enforcement would violate any applicable law. In the event of any such arrangement, the Master Servicer shall make timely advances on the related Mortgage Loan during the scheduled period in accordance with the amortization schedule of such Mortgage Loan without modification thereof by reason of such arrangements unless otherwise agreed to by the Holders of the Classes of Certificates affected thereby; provided, however, that no such extension shall be made if any such advance would be a Nonrecoverable Advance. Consistent with the terms of this Agreement, the Master Servicer may also waive, modify or vary any term of any Mortgage Loan or consent to the postponement of strict compliance with any such term or in any manner grant indulgence to any Mortgagor if in the Master Servicer's determination such waiver, modification, postponement or indulgence is not materially adverse to the interests of the Certificateholders (taking into account any estimated Realized Loss that might result absent such action); provided, however, that the Master Servicer may not modify materially or permit any Subservicer to modify any Mortgage Loan, including without limitation any modification that would change the Mortgage Rate, forgive the payment of any principal or interest (unless in connection with the liquidation of the related Mortgage Loan or except in connection with prepayments to the extent that such reamortization is not inconsistent with the terms of the Mortgage Loan), capitalize any amounts owing on the Mortgage Loan by adding such amount to the outstanding principal balance of the Mortgage Loan, or extend the final maturity date of such Mortgage Loan, unless such Mortgage Loan is in default or, in the judgment of the Master Servicer, such default is reasonably foreseeable; provided, further, that (1) no such modification shall reduce the interest rate on a Mortgage Loan below one-half of the Mortgage Rate as in effect on the Cut-off Date, but not less than the sum of the rates at which the Servicing Fee and the Subservicing Fee with respect to such Mortgage Loan accrues plus the rate at which the premium paid to the Certificate Insurer, if any, accrues, (2) the final maturity date for any Mortgage Loan shall not be extended beyond the Maturity Date, (3) the Stated Principal Balance of all Reportable Modified Mortgage Loans subject to Servicing Modifications (measured at the time of the Servicing Modification and after giving effect to any Servicing Modification) can be no more than five percent of the aggregate principal balance of the Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date, unless such limit is increased from time to time with the consent of the Rating Agencies and the Certificate Insurer, if any. In addition, any amounts owing on a Mortgage Loan added to the outstanding principal balance of such Mortgage Loan must be fully amortized over the remaining term of such Mortgage Loan, and such amounts may be added to the outstanding principal balance of a Mortgage Loan only once during the life of such Mortgage Loan. Also, the addition of such amounts described in the preceding sentence shall be implemented in accordance with the Program Guide and may be implemented only by Subservicers that have been approved by the Master Servicer for such purpose. In connection with any Curtailment of a Mortgage Loan, the Master Servicer, to the extent not inconsistent with the terms of the Mortgage Note and local law and practice, may permit the Mortgage Loan to be reamortized such that the Monthly Payment is recalculated as an amount that will fully amortize the remaining Stated Principal Balance thereof by the original Maturity Date based on the original Mortgage Rate; provided, that such re-amortization shall not be permitted if it would constitute a reissuance of the Mortgage Loan for federal income tax purposes, except if such reissuance is described in Treasury Regulation Section 1.860G-2(b)(3).

  • Purchase of Mortgage Loans; Termination of Trust Fund Upon Purchase or Liquidation of All Mortgage Loans (a) The respective obligations and responsibilities of the Trustee and the Master Servicer created hereby (other than the obligation of the Trustee to make payments to Certificateholders as set forth in Section 7.02, the obligation of the Master Servicer to make a final remittance to the Trustee pursuant to Section 4.01, and the obligations of the Master Servicer to the Trustee pursuant to Sections 9.10 and 9.14) shall terminate on the earliest of (i) the final payment or other liquidation of the last Mortgage Loan remaining in the Trust Fund and the disposition of all REO Property, (ii) the sale of the property held by the Trust Fund in accordance with Section 7.01(b) and (iii) the Latest Possible Maturity Date; provided, however, that in no event shall the Trust Fund created hereby continue beyond the expiration of 21 years from the death of the last survivor of the descendants of Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, the late Ambassador of the United States to the Court of St. James’s, living on the date hereof. Any termination of the Trust Fund shall be carried out in such a manner so that the termination of each REMIC included therein shall qualify as a “qualified liquidation” under the REMIC Provisions.

  • Administration and Servicing of Receivables SECTION 4.1