EXCESS AND Sample Clauses

EXCESS AND. OBSOLETE INVENTORY. Excess and obsolete inventory will [ * ].
EXCESS AND. OBSOLETE MATERIALS Customer is responsible for all costs resulting from a reduction in forecast exceeding the ordering rules outlined in Section 6.1 and Customer is responsible for all obsolete material resulting from engineering design changes requested by Customer. Manufacturer is responsible for the cost of all other Excess and Obsolete materials. Customer will accept Excess and Obsolete charges at the time of the final disposition of such material to the extent Customer is responsible: for such changes as outlined above. Manufacturer and Customer shall review such Excess and Obsolete materials monthly to ensure compliance with the terms herein.

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  • Excess Finance Charge Collections Series 2021-1 shall be an Excess Allocation Series. Subject to Section 4.05 of the Agreement, Excess Finance Charge Collections with respect to the Excess Allocation Series for any Distribution Date will be allocated to Series 2021-1 in an amount equal to the product of (x) the aggregate amount of Excess Finance Charge Collections with respect to all the Excess Allocation Series for such Distribution Date and (y) a fraction, the numerator of which is the Finance Charge Shortfall for Series 2021-1 for such Distribution Date and the denominator of which is the aggregate amount of Finance Charge Shortfalls for all the Excess Allocation Series for such Distribution Date. The “Finance Charge Shortfall” for Series 2021-1 for any Distribution Date will be equal to the excess, if any, of (a) the sum of (I) the full amount required to be paid, without duplication, pursuant to subsections 4.05(a), 4.05(b) and 4.05(c) and subsections 4.07(a) through (j) on such Distribution Date and (II) following a Note Trust Transfer, the full amount required to be paid, without duplication, from the portion of Available Funds (as such term is defined in the Transfer Agreement) allocable to Series 2021-1 in accordance with the applicable Transfer Agreement on the related Payment Date (as such term is defined in the Transfer Agreement) over (b) the sum of (i) the Reallocated Investor Finance Charge Collections, (ii) if such Monthly Period relates to a Distribution Date with respect to the Controlled Accumulation Period or Early Amortization Period, the amount of Principal Funding Account Investment Proceeds, if any, with respect to such Distribution Date and (iii) the amount of funds, if any, to be withdrawn from the Reserve Account which, pursuant to subsection 4.12(d), are required to be included in Class A Available Funds with respect to such Distribution Date. The amount of Excess Finance Charge Collections for Series 2021-1 for any Distribution Date shall be (i) initially, the balance remaining and so available pursuant to Section 4.07(l) and (ii) following a Note Trust Transfer, the amount so specified pursuant to the Transfer Agreement. On each Distribution Date following a Note Trust Transfer, the Trustee shall deposit into the Collection Account for application in accordance with Section 4.05 of the Agreement the aggregate amount of Excess Finance Charge Collections received by the Trustee pursuant to the applicable Transfer Agreement on such date.

  • Excess Spread; Excess Finance Charge Collections The Servicer shall apply, or shall cause the Trustee to apply by written instruction to the Trustee, on each Distribution Date, Excess Spread and Excess Finance Charge Collections allocated to Series 1997-1 with respect to the related Monthly Period, to make the following distributions or deposits in the following order of priority:

  • Excess The Lenders through the Agent will pay to the Borrower the amount, if any, after netting out all amounts due by the Borrower under Section 22.4(a), which the Lenders may realize in excess of what is owed to them by virtue of the conversion of the Original Currency into the Second Currency.

  • Collateral Shortfalls In the event that amounts on deposit in the Collateral Fund at any time are insufficient to cover any withdrawals therefrom that the Company is then entitled to make hereunder, the Purchaser shall be obligated to pay such amounts to the Company immediately upon demand. Such obligation shall constitute a general corporate obligation of the Purchaser. The failure to pay such amounts within two Business Days of such demand (except for amounts to cover interest on a Mortgage Loan pursuant to Sections 2.02(d) and 2.03 (b)), shall cause an immediate termination of the Purchaser's right to make any Election to Delay Foreclosure or Election to Foreclose and the Company's obligations under this Agreement with respect to all Mortgage Loans to which such insufficiencies relate, without the necessity of any further notice or demand on the part of the Company.

  • Security shortfall If, at any time after the first Delivery Date, the Security Value shall be less than the Required Security Amount, the Agent (acting on the instructions of the Majority Lenders) shall give notice to the Borrowers requiring that such deficiency be remedied and then the Borrowers must either:

  • Allocations of Finance Charge Collections The Servicer shall allocate to the Series 1997-1 Certificateholders and retain in the Collection Account for application as provided herein an amount equal to the product of (A) the Floating Allocation Percentage and (B) the Series 1997-1 Allocation Percentage and (C) the aggregate amount of Collections of Finance Charge Receivables deposited in the Collection Account on such Deposit Date.

  • Shared Principal Collections Subject to Section 4.4 of the Pooling and Servicing Agreement and Section 8.5 of the Indenture, Shared Principal Collections allocable to Series 2009-VFN on any Transfer Date will be equal to the product of (x) the aggregate amount of Shared Principal Collections with respect to all Principal Sharing Series for such Transfer Date and (y) a fraction, the numerator of which is the Principal Shortfall for Series 2009-VFN for such Transfer Date and the denominator of which is the aggregate amount of Principal Shortfalls for all the Series which are Principal Sharing Series for such Transfer Date. For this purpose, each outstanding series of certificates issued by World Financial Network Master Trust (other than series represented by the Collateral Certificate) shall be deemed to be a Principal Sharing Series. The “Principal Shortfall” for Series 2009-VFN for any Transfer Date shall equal, the excess, if any, of the sum of any Optional Amortization Amounts, Class A Monthly Principal, Class M Monthly Principal and Class B Monthly Principal with respect to such Transfer Date over the amount of Available Principal Collections for such Transfer Date (excluding any portion thereof attributable to Shared Principal Collections).

  • Excess Amount Excess Amount shall have the meaning set forth in Section 13. Expense Year. Expense Year shall have the meaning set forth in Section 13.

  • Excess Cash Flow Within 10 days of delivery to Agent of audited annual financial statements pursuant to Section 5.1, commencing with the delivery to Agent of the financial statements for Borrowers’ fiscal year ended December 31, 2013 or, if such financial statements are not delivered to Agent on the date such statements are required to be delivered pursuant to Section 5.1, within 10 days after the date such statements were required to be delivered to Agent pursuant to Section 5.1, Borrowers shall prepay the outstanding principal amount of the Obligations in accordance with Section 2.4(f)(ii) in an amount equal to (i) 50% of the Excess Cash Flow of Borrowers and their Subsidiaries for such fiscal year minus (ii) any voluntary prepayments of the Term Loan (or any term loan constituting a portion of the First Lien Debt) made during such fiscal year; provided, that any Excess Cash Flow payment made pursuant to this Section 2.4(e)(v) shall exclude the portion of Excess Cash Flow that is attributable to the target of a Permitted Acquisition and that accrued prior to the closing date of such Permitted Acquisition; provided, further that in the case of the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013, Borrowers shall only be obligated to prepay the outstanding principal amount of the Obligations in an amount equal to the applicable percentage of the Excess Cash Flow of the Parent and its Subsidiaries for the period commencing with February 1, 2013 and ending on December 31, 2013.

  • Excess Sales If the number or amount of Contract Securities attributable to an Underwriter pursuant to Section 4.1 hereof would exceed such Underwriter’s Original Underwriting Obligation reduced by the number or amount of Underwriters’ Securities sold by or on behalf of such Underwriter, such excess will not be attributed to such Underwriter, and such Underwriter will be regarded as having acted only as a Dealer with respect to, and will receive only the concession to Dealers on, such excess.