Member Loans Sample Clauses

Member Loans. The Member may make loans (“Member Loans”) to the Company, which shall bear interest and be repaid on such reasonable terms and conditions as may be approved by the Member.
Member Loans. The Member may make loans (“Member Loans”) to the Company, which shall bear interest and be repaid on such reasonable terms and conditions as the Member may determine. The Member shall not be required to make a Member Loan unless the Member has agreed to make such Member Loan.
Member Loans. The Company may borrow from the Sole Member or Affiliates of the Sole Member such amounts as the Company determines is necessary, either for working capital or capital expenditures, on such terms and conditions as the Company considers reasonable. The Company may grant mortgages, security interests or other liens upon the assets of the Company as may be required by the Sole Member or Affiliate of the Sole Member to secure any such borrowing. The Sole Member shall not be required to make any such loan.
Member Loans. No Member shall be obligated to lend any money to the Company. If the Operating Member determines that it is necessary or appropriate for the Company to borrow money from any of the Members, then the Operating Member shall cause notice (a “Loan Request Notice”) to be sent to each of the Members, setting forth the amount proposed to be borrowed from the Members and the purpose of the proposed Member Loan. Each of the Members shall have the right, but not the obligation, to lend to the Company the amount to be borrowed as set forth in such Loan Request Notice, multiplied by its respective Percentage Interest, which shall be exercisable by notice given to the Company and the other Members within 45 days of receipt of the Loan Request Notice from the Operating Member or by such earlier date as shall have been determined to be appropriate by the Operating Member, as set forth in the Loan Request Notice. If any of the Members does not lend the full amount set forth for it in the Loan Request Notice, the other Members shall have the option to lend the balance. If any Member(s) shall lend any money to the Company, such Member Loan shall not constitute a Capital Contribution by such Member(s) or entitle it to any increase in its share of the distributions of the Company. Each Member Loan shall be an obligation of the Company, provided that no Member shall be personally obligated to repay the Member Loan and the Member Loan shall be payable or collectible only out of the assets of the Company. All such Member Loans shall be on commercially reasonable terms as determined by Member Consent and shall bear interest at a rate of 2% per annum above the prime rate (or the average thereof if published as a range) (in each case as published from time to time in The Wall Street Journal (or if The Wall Street Journal is no longer published, the prime rate as published in a publication of national circulation selected by Member Consent)), compounded annually, adjusted as of the date of each prime rate change published, but in no event shall the rate of interest exceed the highest rate permitted by law for the obligor which, if exceeded, could subject the lending Member to penalties or forfeiture of all or any part of the interest or principal associated with such Member Loan.
Member Loans. In the event the Company is unable or elects not to obtain any third-party loans or the Member determines that the Company requires funds in addition to any amounts borrowed under Article V.1 above, then the Member may make loans to the Company in such amounts and upon such terms and conditions as the Member may elect. Any loan made by the Member to the Company shall not be treated as a Capital Contribution for any purpose under this Agreement.
Member Loans. A Member, or an Affiliate of a Member, may, but is not obligated to, loan or cause to be loaned to the Company such additional sums as the Managers deem appropriate or necessary for the conduct of the business of the Partnership. Loans made by a Member, or an Affiliate of a Member, shall be upon such terms and for such maturities as the Managers deem reasonable in view of all the facts and circumstances and the repayment of which may be designated in priority to distributions of Cash Flow.
Member Loans. The Contributing Member may fund all or any portion of the Default Amount as a “Member Loan,” which shall be treated as loaned by the Contributing Member to the Defaulting Member, and in turn, contributed by the Defaulting Member to the Company. Any such Member Loan shall bear interest at an annual rate of which is the higher of (i) fourteen percent (14%) per annum or (ii) five hundred (500) basis points over the Prime Rate, adjusting when and as the Prime Rate adjusts. Until such time as a Member Loan has been repaid in full by the Defaulting Member, all Distributions pursuant to this Agreement that would otherwise be paid to the Defaulting Member shall instead be paid directly to the Contributing Member. The amount paid to the Contributing Member pursuant to the preceding sentence shall be deemed to have first been distributed by the Company to the Defaulting Member pursuant to this Agreement, and then paid by the Defaulting Member to the Contributing Member, and shall be applied first against accrued but unpaid interest owing with respect to the Member Loan and then in reduction of the principal balance thereof. Each Member Loan shall be due and payable in full upon the earlier of one (1) year from the date advanced or the dissolution of the Company.
Member Loans. Any Member may, with the approval of a Majority-In-Interest, loan funds to the Company. The repayment terms and interest rate for such loans shall be approved by a Majority-In-Interest; provided, however, that in no event shall the interest rate on such loans be less than the applicable federal rate as announced by the Internal Revenue Service and in effect on the date the loan is made.
Member Loans. No Member shall be required or permitted to make any loans or otherwise lend any funds to the Company, except with the consent of a Majority in Interest. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Members shall be permitted (but not required) to make loans to the Company to the extent a Majority in Interest reasonably determines that such loans are necessary, advisable or convenient for the business of the Company, provided that any such loans shall be unsecured and on terms that are no less favorable to the Company as may be available from independent third parties. No loan made by any Member to the Company shall have any effect on such Member's Membership Interests, any such loans representing a debt of the Company payable or collectible solely from the assets of the Company in accordance with the terms and conditions upon which such loan was made.