Early Repayment. If the Borrower elects to repay the Loan prior to expiration of the Term of this Agreement, the Borrower shall notify the Lender by submission of written Notice of Early Repayment ninety days prior to date of such early repayment.
Early Repayment. 1) Given that both Party A and Party B agree and give written notice to Party C, Party A can make early repayment on part of or all of the principal and interest of the Loan. (2) Early repayment by Party A shall be made in accordance with the actual Loan period and the Loan interest agreed by this Agreement to calculate the total interest. (3) When Party A’s repayment is made by installments, if early repayment on part of principal is to be made, it shall be made according to the opposite order of installment schedule. After the early payment, the Loan balance shall be paid in accordance with the Interest Rate as agreed under this Agreement. (4) Party C shall not refund the handling fee of the Loans if early repayment is made.
Early Repayment. At any time during the period (the "PERMITTED PREPAYMENT PERIOD") from the Effective Date through and including September 1, 1999, if not then in Default under the Amended Loan Documents, MTP-South Tower shall have the right, without the consent of Aetna, to prepay the Loan in full or in part, and in connection with such voluntary cash repayment of the Loan on or before said date ("EARLY REPAYMENT"), Aetna hereby agrees that no Participation Interest shall be due or payable in connection with any Early Repayment.
Early Repayment. 4.1 If a fixed interest rate is in effect and the loan is denominated in euro, the Borrower shall be entitled to make early repayments without becoming liable to pay HBU compensation for losses and foregone profits (geleden verlies en gederfde winst) provided the following conditions are met: a the Borrower has given HBU at least one month's prior notice by registered letter, indicating the amount and date of the intended early repayment; and b the early repayment coincides with a contractual repayment date or an agreed interest due date; and c the prepaid amount is at least EUR 1,000, subject to a maximum in any one calendar year of 5% of the original principal amount of the loan; and d the Borrower proves to HBU's satisfaction that the repayment will be made from the Borrower's own resources. If the Borrower fails to meet one or more of the above conditions or if the loan is denominated in a foreign currency, the Borrower shall owe HBU compensation for the latter's losses and foregone profits (geleden verlies en gederfde winst) in relation to any part of the early payment made in a manner other than as agreed or in excess of the maximum agreed, to be paid together with such early repayment. This compensation shall be fixed by HBU at the difference between: a the aggregate of the present values of the interest payments which, pursuant to the Credit Agreement, HBU would have received in respect of the amount prepaid in a manner other than as agreed or in excess of the maximum agreed during the period from the date of prepayment until the final repayment date or the next interest refixing date (whichever is earlier) had such prepayment not been made; and b the aggregate of the present values of the interest payments which HBU would be able to receive on interbank loans for a principal amount comparable to the amount prepaid in a manner other than as agreed or in excess of the maximum agreed and for a period comparable to the period described above in a, but in any event not less than 1% of the amount prepaid in a manner other than as agreed or in excess of the maximum agreed. The present value of the interest payments shall be calculated at the interbank rate applicable on the date of the prepayment. HBU shall notify the Borrower of the amount of the compensation. 4.2 If a floating interest rate is in effect, the Borrower shall be entitled to make early repayments without becoming liable to pay HBU compensation for losses and foregone profits (geleden verli...
Early Repayment. The Borrower is entitled to repay the loan including accumulated interest in one lump sum at any time, including before the end of the term of the loan. A prepayment penalty shall not be due.
Early Repayment. If the Credit Applicant want to repay in advance, it shall apply to the Credit Grantor in writing 30 days in advance to obtain the consent of the Credit Grantor. The prepaid principal and interest of the loan shall be paid off before the prepayment. The Grantor has the right to require the Credit Applicant to pay an additional interest of not more than three months as liquidated damages for early repayment according to the amount of repayment principal and the loan interest rate at the time of the early repayment.For the loan principal repaid in advance, the interest will be postponed to the next interest payment date, and the principal and interest repaid in each period will be recalculated according to the remaining loan principal and the number of remaining repayment periods in the repayment method agreed in this Agreement.
Early Repayment. Either Party may request an early repayment or early call of capital invested at any time; provided, however, that such a request may only be made upon 15 calendar days’ notice to the other party. The 15-calendar day notice period may be waived by mutual agreement of the Parties. Requests for early repayment shall be in writing and shall not be granted until signed by both Parties. Both principal and interest will be due upon the effective repayment date. To effectuate the early repayment once granted, IOC shall order and the Treasurer shall transfer amounts sufficient to cover all principal and interest due, in accordance with the Act.
Early Repayment. In the event that the Borrower elects to repay the Loan together with all accrued and unpaid interest thereon prior to the Maturity Date, the Borrower shall also pay an Early Repayment Penalty of the maximum of i) three (3) months interest on the outstanding principal amount under the Loan; or ii) fifty percent (50%) of the interest payable on the outstanding principal amount under the Loan until the Maturity Date.