Obligation to Repay Sample Clauses

Obligation to Repay. You cannot have a negative balance in your Wallet. If any transactions or charges (including any chargeback, reversal of a transaction, or deduction of fees) take your Wallet below zero, you must immediately repay the amount owing to us, without requiring notice from us to do so. If you do not, we may suspend use of your Wallet or refuse to provide the Services to you. We may also take reasonable steps to recover any amount owing to us (such as taking legal action or using debt collection services) and charge you for the cost of these services.
Obligation to Repay a. The Public Housing Program is one based on income of the tenant. The tenant is to supply true and complete information to the DMMHA so that the DMMHA can calculate the rent of the dwelling unit in accordance with the DMMHA’s policies and HUD regulation. If it is determined that the tenant submitted false information or misrepresented information on any application or during any annual or interim reexamination, or if the DMMHA becomes aware of information that was not provided by the tenant as required, the DMMHA will recalculate the amount of rent due in accordance with the DMMHA’s Unreported Income Policy as stated in the Admissions and Continued Occupancy Plan. If there is underpaid rent due to the DMMHA, the DMMHA will notify the Tenant in writing of the obligation to repay the underpaid rent amount.
Obligation to Repay. The Institution unconditionally agrees to repay all Advances and other Indebtedness, together with all interest and any fees, costs and expenses in connection therewith, at the applicable interest rate per annum provided in the Confirmation pertaining thereto, all upon the terms and conditions stated in the applicable Confirmation, FHLBank’s Member Products Policy for such type of Advance or Indebtedness and as otherwise specified herein. Accrued interest on each Advance shall be due and payable at the times specified in FHLBank’s Member Products Policy, Confirmation or as otherwise specified in writing by FHLBank.
Obligation to Repay. If we authorize and pay a Card purchase transaction that exceeds the Available Balance of your Account, you must pay the negative balance, including any overdraft fees and other applicable transaction fees, immediately by depositing funds to your primary deposit account. We may, at any time, in our sole discretion and without notice to you, offset any negative balance in your primary deposit account with incoming deposits, funds in your Savings Account, and credits to your primary deposit account, and separately with funds from any other account you open or maintain with us. We will not, however, use funds in your Savings Account to prevent an overdraft transaction (see Section 7 titled “Savings Account” for details).
Obligation to Repay. If we authorize and pay a Card purchase transaction that exceeds the Available Balance of your account, you must pay the negative balance, including any overdraft fees and other applicable transaction fees, immediately by depositing funds to your account. We may, at any time, in our sole discretion and without notice to you, offset any negative balance in your account with incoming deposits and credits to your account and with funds from any other account you open or maintain with us.
Obligation to Repay. You agree to pay to us promptly the amount of the overdraft as applicable together with any fee pursuant to the Credit Union’s policies. You must bring your account to a positive balance within thirty (30) days of any overdraft. Failure to do so may result in account termination, our possible exercise of right to offset without prior notice, collection actions and negative credit reporting. Please contact us immediately if you are unable to pay your balance in full within the required timeframe. If we pay an overdraft on an account with more than one (1) owner, each owner is jointly and severally liable for such overdrafts and/or fees. The Credit Union reserves the right to apply any other or later deposits, including direct deposits, to pay your overdrafts or overdraft fees.
Obligation to Repay. If we authorize and pay a Card purchase transaction that exceeds the Available Balance of your Account, you must pay the negative balance, including any overdraft fees and other applicable transaction fees, immediately by depositing funds to your primary deposit account. We may, at any time, in our sole discretion and without notice to you, offset any negative balance in your primary deposit account with incoming deposits, funds in your Savings Account, funds in any Family Accounts associated with your Account, and credits to your primary deposit account, and separately with funds from any other account you open or maintain with us. We will not, however, use funds in your Savings Account or any Family Accounts associated with your Account to prevent an overdraft transaction (see Section 7 titled “Savings Account” and Section 17 titled “Family Accounts” for details).
Obligation to Repay. The Trust shall repay the Advances comprising each Tranche in full on the applicable Repayment Date.
Obligation to Repay. Subject to Section 10.01 hereof, Borrower shall repay the principal amount of the Term Loan, together with interest thereon, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and the Note. Except where the time for payment has been set forth in this Section 2.02 or in the Note, Borrower shall pay all Obligations to Lender immediately upon demand.