Disposition in Whole But Not in Part Sample Clauses

Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. The Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. Any attempted transfer of the Certificate that would divide the ownership of the Owner Trust Estate shall be void. The Owner Trustee shall cause any Certificate issued to contain a legend stating “THIS CERTIFICATE IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, EXCEPT UNDER THE LIMITED CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN THE TRUST AGREEMENT.”
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. The Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. Any attempted transfer of the Certificate that would divide the ownership of the Owner Trust Estate shall be void. The Certificate is only transferable (i) to an Affiliate of AmeriCredit Corp. whose stock has been pledged to the Security Insurer or (ii) to another entity with the prior written consent of the Security Insurer in its sole discretion. The Owner Trustee shall cause any Certificate issued to contain a legend stating “THIS CERTIFICATE IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, EXCEPT UNDER THE LIMITED CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN THE TRUST AGREEMENT.”
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. Each of the Class C Certificate and the Class R Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. Any attempted transfer of any Certificate that would divide the beneficial ownership in the Trust shall be void.
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. Each of the Class C Certificate and the Class R Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part.
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. The Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. Any attempted transfer in part of the Certificate shall be void. The Certificate is only transferable to an entity with the prior written consent of the Majority Holders in their sole discretion. In connection with any proposed transfer of the Certificate, the Majority Holders shall certify in a writing delivered to the Owner Trustee and the Certificate Registrar that the Majority Holders consent to such transfer. Notwithstanding any other provision herein or elsewhere, other than to determine that any certification delivered to the Owner Trustee pursuant to this Section 3.8 or Section 3.9 substantially complies with the requirements set forth in the preceding two sentences or in Section 3.9 as the case may be, neither the Owner Trustee nor the Certificate Registrar shall have any obligation to determine whether or not any transfer or exchange or proposed or purported transfer or exchange of a Certificate is permitted under or in accordance with this Agreement; neither the Owner Trustee nor the Certificate Registrar nor the Trust Company shall have any personal liability to any Person in connection with any transfer or exchange or proposed or purported transfer or exchange (and/or registration thereof) that is not permitted under or in accordance with this Agreement; the Owner Trustee and the Certificate Registrar shall be entitled to rely (and shall be fully justified and protected (each as such and in its individual capacity) in so relying) on the Certificate Register as to the identity of the Certificateholder and as to the Certificate and the denomination thereof. Any Certificate issued shall contain a legend stating "THIS CERTIFICATE IS NOT TRANSFERABLE, EXCEPT UNDER THE LIMITED CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN THE TRUST AGREEMENT."
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. The Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any attempted transfer of the Certificate that would divide the ownership of the Trust Estate is void.
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. A Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part. Any attempted transfer of the Certificate that would divide the beneficial ownership in the Trust shall be void.
Disposition in Whole But Not in Part. Each of the Class C Certificates issued on the Closing Date and the Class R Certificate may be transferred in whole but not in part.

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