May 2004 Sample Clauses

May 2004. 6,756,589.95 May 2007............... 0.08 The YSOA has been calculated for each Payment Date as the sum of the amount for each Receivable equal to the excess, if any, of o the scheduled payments due on such Receivable for each future Collection Period discounted to present value as of the end of the preceding Collection Period at the APR of such Receivable, over o the scheduled payments due on the Receivable for each future Collection Period discounted to present value as of the end of the preceding Collection Period at 5.25%. For purposes of such calculation, future scheduled payments on the Receivables are assumed to be made on their scheduled due dates without any delays, defaults or prepayments. EXHIBIT A Form of Distribution Statement to Noteholders ---------------------------------------------- Chrysler Financial Company L.L.C. DaimlerChrysler Auto Trust 2001-B Payment Date Statement to Noteholders ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Amount of Principal Paid to:
May 2004. 4,401,056.42 April 2007........... 1.38

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  • April a candidate for promotion shall give written notice to the Chair of the DRC and her Xxxx that an application is to be made. Within two weeks, the Xxxx shall forward a list of candidates for promotion to the Vice-President (Academic).

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