Maximum Rate Permitted by Law Sample Clauses

Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. No interest or fee to be paid hereunder shall be paid at a rate exceeding the maximum rate permitted by applicable law. In the event that such interest or fee exceeds such maximum rate, such interest or fees shall be reduced or refunded, as the case may be, so as to be payable at the highest rate recoverable under applicable law.
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Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. Under no circumstances shall a Lender be entitled to receive nor shall it in fact receive a payment or partial payment of interest, fees or other amounts under this Agreement at a rate that is prohibited by applicable law. Accordingly, notwithstanding anything herein or elsewhere contained, if and to the extent that under any circumstances, the effective annual rate of "interest" (as defined in Section 347 of the Criminal Code of Canada) received or to be received by a Lender (determined in accordance with such section) on any amount of "credit advanced" (as defined in that section) pursuant to these presents or any agreement or arrangement collateral hereto entered into in consequence or implementation hereof would, but for this Section 5.9, be a rate that is prohibited by applicable law, then the effective annual rate of interest, as so determined, received or to be received by such Lender on such amount of credit advanced shall be and be deemed to be adjusted to a rate that is one whole percentage point less than the lowest effective annual rate of interest that is so prohibited (the "adjusted rate"); and, if such Lender has received a payment or partial payment which would, but for this Section 5.9, be so prohibited then any amount or amounts so received by such Lender in excess of the adjusted rate shall and shall be deemed to have comprised a credit to be applied to subsequent payments on account of interest, fees or other amounts due to such Lender at the adjusted rate.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. Neither this Note nor the other Loan Documents shall be construed to require the payment or permit the collection of any interest or any late payment charge in excess of the maximum rate permitted by law. If any such excess interest or late payment charge is provided for under this Note or any of the other Loan Documents or if this Note or any of the other Loan Documents shall be adjudicated to provide for such excess, Borrower shall not be obligated to pay such excess notwithstanding any other provision of the Loan Documents. If Lender shall collect amounts which are deemed to constitute interest and which would increase the effective interest rate to a rate in excess of the maximum rate permitted by law, all such amounts deemed to constitute interest in excess of the maximum legal rate shall, upon such determination, at the option of Lender, be returned to Borrower or credited against the outstanding principal balance of this Note.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. In the event that any interest rate provided for in this Section 1 shall be determined to be unlawful, such interest rate shall be computed at the highest rate permitted by applicable law. Any payment by the Company of any interest amount in excess of that permitted by law shall be considered a mistake, with the excess being applied to the principal amount of this Note without prepayment premium or penalty.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. If any provision of this Agreement or of any of the other Documents would obligate Borrower or any Guarantor to make any payment of interest or other amount payable to the Agent or any Lender in an amount or calculated at a rate which would be prohibited by Applicable Law or would result in a receipt by the Agent or such Lender of interest at a criminal rate (as such terms are construed under the Criminal Code (Canada)) then, notwithstanding such provisions, such amount or rate shall be deemed to have been adjusted with retroactive effect to the maximum amount or rate of interest, as the case may be, as would not be so prohibited by applicable law or so result in a receipt by the Agent or such Lender of interest at a criminal rate, such adjustment to be effected, to the extent necessary, as follows: (a) firstly, by reducing the amount or rate of interest required to be paid to the Agent or such Lender under Section 5.1, 5.2 or 5.3, and (b) thereafter, by reducing any fees, commissions, premiums and other amounts required to be paid to the Agent or such Lender which would constitute “interest” for purposes of Section 347 of the Criminal Code (Canada). Notwithstanding the foregoing, and after giving effect to all adjustments contemplated thereby, if the Agent or Lender shall have received an amount in excess of the maximum permitted by that section of the Criminal Code (Canada), the Borrower shall be entitled, by notice in writing to the Agent or such Xxxxxx, to obtain reimbursement from the Agent or such Lender in an amount equal to such excess and, pending such reimbursement, such amount shall be deemed to be an amount payable by the Agent or such Lender to the Borrower. Any amount or rate of interest referred to in this Section 5.10 shall be determined in accordance with GAAP as an effective annual rate of interest over the term that the applicable Loan remains outstanding on the assumption that any charges, fees or expenses that fall within the meaning of “interest” (as defined in the Criminal Code (Canada)) shall, if they relate to a specific period of time, be pro-rated over that period of time and otherwise be pro-rated over the period from the date hereof to the Syndicated Facility Maturity Date.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. Neither this Note nor any of the other Loan Documents shall require the payment or permit the collection of any interest or any late payment charge in excess of the maximum rate permitted by law. If any such excess interest or late payment charge is provided for under this Note or any of the other Loan Documents or if this Note or any of the other Loan Documents shall be adjudicated to provide for such excess, neither Borrower nor Borrower's successors or assigns shall be obligated to pay such excess, and the right to demand the payment of any such excess shall be and hereby is waived, and this provision shall control any other provision of this Note or any of the other Loan Documents. If Lender shall collect amounts which are deemed to constitute interest and which would increase the effective interest rate to a rate in excess of the maximum rate permitted by law, all such amounts deemed to constitute interest in excess of the maximum legal rate shall, upon such determination, at the option of Lender, be returned to Borrower or credited against the outstanding principal balance of this Note.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. All agreements in this Note and all other Loan Documents are expressly limited so that in no contingency or event whatsoever, whether by reason of acceleration of maturity of the indebtedness evidenced hereby or otherwise, shall the amount agreed to be paid hereunder for the use, forbearance, or detention of money exceed the highest lawful rate permitted under applicable usury laws. If, from any circumstance whatsoever, fulfillment of any provision of this Note or any other Loan Document at the time performance of such provision shall be due shall involve exceeding any usury limit prescribed by law that a court of competent jurisdiction may deem applicable hereto, then, ipso facto, the obligations to be fulfilled shall be reduced to allow compliance with such limit, and if, from any circumstance whatsoever, Lender shall ever receive as interest an amount that would exceed the highest lawful rate, the receipt of such excess shall be deemed a mistake and shall be canceled automatically or, if theretofore paid, such excess shall be credited against the principal amount of the indebtedness evidenced hereby to which the same may lawfully be credited, and any portion of such excess not capable of being so credited shall be refunded immediately to Borrower.
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Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. (a) In no event shall any interest or fee to be paid hereunder exceed the maximum rate permitted by applicable law. In the event any such interest or fee exceeds such maximum rate, such rate shall be reduced to the highest rate recoverable under applicable law.
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. If any provision of this Agreement or of any of the other Documents would obligate Borrower or any Material Subsidiary to make any payment of interest or other amount payable to the Agent or any Lender in an amount or calculated at a rate which would be prohibited by applicable law or would result in a receipt by the Agent or such Lender of interest at a criminal rate (as such terms are construed under the Criminal Code (Canada)) then, notwithstanding such provisions, such amount or rate shall be deemed to have been adjusted with retroactive effect to the maximum amount or rate of interest, as the case may be, as would not be so prohibited by applicable law or so result in a receipt by the Agent or such Lender of interest at a criminal rate, such adjustment to be effected, to the extent necessary, as follows:
Maximum Rate Permitted by Law. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this agreement, if the amount of any interest, premium, fees or other monies or any rate of interest stipulated for, taken, reserved or extracted under this agreement or the Security would otherwise contravene the provisions of section 347 of the Criminal Code (Canada), section 8 of the Interest Act (Canada) or any successor or similar legislation, or would exceed the amounts which the Agent or any Lender is legally entitled to charge and receive under any law to which such compensation is subject, then such amount or rate of interest shall be reduced to such maximum amount as would not contravene such provision; and to the extent that any excess has been charged or received, the Agent or such Lender shall apply such excess against the outstanding extensions of credit hereunder and refund any further excess amount.
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