Other Receivables. To the best of the Seller's knowledge, neither the Obligor on any Receivable nor any of its Affiliates is the obligor on Receivables with an aggregate principal amount representing more than 0.10% of the aggregate Principal Balance of the Receivables as of the Cutoff Date.
Other Receivables. Except for Guest Ledger Accounts which are assigned to Buyer pursuant to Section 8.3, Sellers shall assign to Buyer all Accounts as of Closing, other than the following ("Excluded Receivables"): (i) Accounts that have been disputed in writing by the account debtor or as to which the account debtor has otherwise declared an intention not to pay, (ii) Accounts from any person who is the subject of a bankruptcy case or other insolvency proceeding or who has declared in writing an inability to pay and (iii) Accounts set forth on Schedule 8.3(c). Sellers shall receive a proration credit equal to 99% of the face amount of all Accounts assigned to Buyer pursuant to this Section 8.3(c) and retain all Excluded Receivables.
Other Receivables. Except as otherwise provided with respect to Guest Ledger Accounts and payments under Leases, all Hotel receivables shall be retained by Seller. For at least six months after Closing, Buyer shall cause its manager of the Hotel, in accordance with such manager’s billing and collection practices and procedures, to use commercially reasonable efforts, though at no out-of-pocket cost to Buyer (other than for administrative expenses, such as postage, copies or telephone calls), to collect such retained receivables for Seller’s account, except for any such receivables as Seller by written notice to Buyer excludes from such efforts; but neither Buyer nor its Hotel manager shall be obligated to institute any legal action or incur any other out-of-pocket expense in attempting to collect such receivables. Any payment at or relating to the Hotel which is received or recovered after Closing from a person who then owes amounts both on such a Seller-retained receivable and on an account to the Hotel accruing after Closing shall be applied to the invoice(s) specified by the payor (and, if the payor makes such payment without reference to a specific invoice, then such payment shall then be applied first to the most recent accruing accounts).
Other Receivables. To the best of the Seller's knowledge, neither the Obligor on any Receivable nor any of its Affiliates is the obligor on Receivables with an aggregate principal amount representing more than 0.10% of the aggregate Principal Balance of the Receivables as of the Cutoff Date. EXHIBIT B FORM OF DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT Wachovia Auto Owner Trust 2005-A Priority Principal Distributable Amount $__________ Secondary Principal Distributable Amount $__________ Regular Principal Distributable Amount $__________ Interest Distributable Amount $__________ Class A-1 Notes: $ per $1,000 original principal amount Class A-2 Notes: $ per $1,000 original principal amount Class A-3 Notes: $ per $1,000 original principal amount Class A-4 Notes: $ per $1,000 original principal amount Class B Notes: $ per $1,000 original principal amount Available Collections $__________ Available Funds $__________ Pool Balance as of the close of business on the last day of the Collection Period $__________ (per $1,000 original principal amount) Note Pool Factor $__________ Class A-1 Notes: $__________ Class A-2 Notes: $__________ Class A-3 Notes: $__________ Class A-4 Notes: $__________ Class B Notes: $__________ Note Balance $__________ Class A-1 Notes: $__________ Class A-2 Notes: $__________ Class A-3 Notes: $__________ Class A-4 Notes: $__________ Class B Notes: $__________ Reserve Fund Amount $__________ change from immediately preceding Distribution Date $__________ Reserve Fund Draw Amount $__________ Total Servicing Fee $__________ Total Trustee Fees $__________ Required Payment Amount $__________ Aggregate Amount of Defaulted Receivables $__________ Aggregate Purchase Amount of Purchased Receivables $__________ Purchase Amount $__________ Net Losses on the Receivables $__________ Aggregate Principal Balance of Receivables $__________ 30 to 59 days past due (No. of Receivables ____) $__________ 60 to 89 days past due (No. of Receivables ____) $__________ 90 or more days past due (No. of Receivables ____) $__________ EXHIBIT C FORM OF SERVICER'S CERTIFICATE Wachovia Auto Owner Trust 2005-A Collection Period __________________ Determination Date __________________ Distribution Date __________________
Other Receivables. In the case of receivables other than those indicated in Part 5.b above and those public debt offering instruments that are released, Unsecured Creditors must direct themselves on the Prepayment Date to the offices of Enjoy, located at xxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxx No. 555, piso 10, commune of las Condes, Santiago, during business hours, to monitor the information and instruments that attest to their capacity as Unsecured Creditors. On that occasion, Enjoy shall prepay those corresponding cash amounts through immediately available funds, to the bank accounts reported by the respective Unsecured Creditors to Enjoy, at least two banking days before the Prepayment Date, while instructing the DCV to make the transfer and/or deposit of the Convertible A-1 and/or A-2 Bonds, as applicable, and the Fixed Income B Bond that also corresponds to said creditors, into the accounts that the respective Unsecured Creditors have registered with DCV and reported to Enjoy at least two banking days before the Prepayment Date, and the respective Unsecured Creditors must sign a document acknowledging complete prepayment of their rescheduled Unsecured Loan.
Other Receivables. The Other Receivables included in the Closing Date Balance Sheet, to the extent uncollected as of the Effective Time, are valid and existing and represent monies due for goods sold and delivered, services performed and/or other consideration given in the ordinary course of business; provided that LifePoint makes no representation or warranty with respect to the collectibility of the Other Receivables.
Other Receivables. The other receivables are calculated at their nominal value. They are depreciated when the value of the inventory is below the net book value. This line item notably includes: • A request for reimbursement of a VAT credit balance relating to the 4th quarter of 2009 (€221,240). • The tax research tax credit evaluated at €1,946,232 SEQUANS COMMUNICATIONS SA 7 12/31/2009 [4 Initials]
Other Receivables. All Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable of Seller shall remain Seller’s property. Purchaser shall cooperate, at Seller’s expense, with Seller’s efforts (using Purchaser’s commercially reasonable efforts, but provided that Purchaser shall not be required to institute any litigation or to spend any money or incur any expense in order to do so) to collect Seller’s Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable after Closing, and Purchaser shall deliver any amounts due to Seller with respect to any such accounts receivable in accordance with the provisions hereof less Purchaser’s reasonable third party collection costs, if any. Any collections shall be applied first to the newest outstanding invoice, unless (a) such invoice is in dispute, in which case, subject to clause (b) below, the collection shall be applied to the next newest invoice not in dispute, or (b) the payor has designated the invoice against which the collection should be applied, in which case, such collection shall be applied to the invoice so designated. For a period of one (1) year after Closing, Seller shall be entitled to reasonable access, on the basis of not more than once per calendar quarter, to Purchaser’s management employees and accountants, as well as all relevant records and working papers prepared by or for Purchaser, to aid in Seller’s collection of its Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable and Seller shall have the right to audit Purchaser’s books and records with respect thereto. If, at the conclusion of any such audit, Seller’s audit reveals that Purchaser collected and retained the benefit of any of Seller’s accounts receivable, Purchaser shall remit such amount to Seller upon demand. Should Purchaser disagree with the results of Seller’s audit, Seller and Purchaser shall refer the matter to a mutually acceptable independent certified public accountant, who shall work in good faith with Seller and Purchaser to resolve the dispute. The fees and costs of such independent accountant to which such dispute is referred shall be borne by the unsuccessful party and shall be shared pro rata to the extent each party is unsuccessful as determined by such independent certified public account, whose decision shall be final and binding. For the purpose of this Agreement, “Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable” shall mean all accounts receivable other than the guest ledger receivables, rentals and charges described in Sections 8.4 and 8.5. All account receivable amounts payable to Seller under this Agreement sha...