Deficiency. Each Grantor shall remain liable for any deficiency if the proceeds of any sale or other disposition of the Collateral are insufficient to pay its Obligations and the fees and disbursements of any attorneys employed by the Administrative Agent or any Lender to collect such deficiency.
Deficiency. In the event that the proceeds of any sale, collection or realization are insufficient to pay all amounts to which the Administrative Agent or the holders of the Secured Obligations are legally entitled, the Obligors shall be jointly and severally liable for the deficiency, together with interest thereon at the Default Rate, together with the costs of collection and the fees, charges and disbursements of counsel. Any surplus remaining after the full payment and satisfaction of the Secured Obligations shall be returned to the Obligors or to whomsoever a court of competent jurisdiction shall determine to be entitled thereto.
Deficiency. In the event that the proceeds of any sale of, collection from, or other realization upon, all or any part of the Collateral by Secured Party are insufficient to pay all amounts to which Secured Party is legally entitled, Borrower and any party who guaranteed or is otherwise obligated to pay all or any portion of the Indebtedness shall be liable for the deficiency, together with interest thereon as provided in the Loan Documents.
Deficiency. Without limiting the obligations of the Pledgor to pay the Secured Obligations, if the proceeds of sale, collection or other realization of or upon the Collateral pursuant to Section 4.04 hereof are insufficient to cover the costs and expenses of such realization and the payment in full of the Secured Obligations, the Pledgor shall remain liable for any deficiency.
Deficiency. If the Proceeds of any disposition of the Collateral are insufficient to cover all costs and expenses of such sale and the payment in full of all the Obligations, plus all other sums required to be expended or distributed by Lender, then Borrower shall be liable for any such deficiency.
Deficiency. In any case where Landlord has recovered possession of the Premises by reason of Tenant's default, Landlord may, at Landlord's option, occupy the Premises or cause the Premises to be redecorated, altered, divided, consolidated with other adjoining premises, or otherwise changed or prepared for reletting, and may relet, the Premises or any part thereof as agent of tenant or otherwise, for a term or terms to expire prior to, at the same time as, or subsequent to, the original expiration date of this Lease, at Landlord's option, and receive the rent therefor. Rent so received shall be applied first to the payment of such expenses as Landlord may have incurred in connection with the recovery of possession, redecorating, altering, dividing, consolidating with other adjoining premises, or otherwise changing or preparing for reletting, and the reletting, including brokerage and reasonable attorney's fees, and then to the payment of damages in amounts equal to the rent hereunder and to the costs and expenses of performance of the other covenants of Tenant as herein provided. Tenant agrees, in any such case, whether or not Landlord has relet, to pay to the Landlord damages equal to the base and additional rent and other sums herein agreed to be paid by Tenant, less the net proceeds of the reletting, if any, as ascertained from time to time, and the same shall be payable by Tenant on the several rent days above specified. Tenant shall not be entitled to any surplus accruing as a result of any such reletting. In reletting the Premises as aforesaid, Landlord may grant rent concessions, and Tenant shall not be credited therewith. No such reletting shall constitute a surrender and acceptance or be deemed evidence thereof. If Landlord elects, pursuant hereto, actually to occupy and use the Premises or any part thereof during any part of the balance of the term as originally fixed or since extended, there shall be allowed against Tenant's obligation for rent or damages as herein defined, during the period of Landlord's occupancy, the reasonable value of such occupancy, not to exceed in any event the basic and additional rent herein reserved and such occupancy shall not be construed as a release of Tenant's liability hereunder. Alternatively, in any case whether Landlord has recovered possession of the Premises by reason of Tenant's default and has not relet the Premises or elected to use the Premises in accordance with the preceding paragraph, Landlord may, at Landlord's ...
Deficiency. Each Grantor shall remain liable for any deficiency if the proceeds of any sale or other disposition of the Collateral are insufficient to pay its Obligations and the reasonable and documented fees and disbursements of any attorneys employed by the Collateral Agent or any Secured Party to collect such deficiency (in each case subject to the limitations set forth in Section 13.5 of the Credit Agreement).
Deficiency. If the proceeds of any sale, collection or realization of or upon the Collateral of Debtor by Secured Party are insufficient to pay all Secured Obligations and all other amounts to which Secured Party is entitled, Debtor shall be liable for the deficiency, together with interest thereon as provided in the Loan Documents or (if no interest is so provided) at such other rate as shall be fixed by applicable law, together with the costs of collection and the reasonable fees of any attorneys employed by Secured Party to collect such deficiency. Collateral may be sold at a loss to Debtor, and Secured Party shall have no liability or responsibility to Debtor for such loss. Debtor acknowledges that a private sale may result in less proceeds than a public sale.