Receivable Files Complete Sample Clauses

Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains (a) a fully executed original of the Receivable, (b) the original executed credit application, or a paper or electronic copy thereof and (c) the original Lien Certificate or application therefor. Each of such documents which is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate spaces. All blanks on any form have been properly filled in and each form has otherwise been correctly prepared. The complete Receivable File for each Receivable currently is in the possession of the Custodian.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable. Related documentation concerning the Receivable, including any documentation regarding modifications of the Contract, will be maintained electronically by the Servicer in accordance with customary policies and procedures. With respect to any Receivables that are tangible chattel paper, the complete Receivable File for each Receivable currently is in the possession of the Custodian.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains, without limitation, (A) a fully executed or electronically authenticated original of the Receivable, (B) the original Lien Certificate or application therefor together with such other documents that the Seller shall keep on file in accordance with its customary procedures evidencing the security interest of the Seller in the related Financed Vehicle, and (C) any and all other documents that the Servicer shall have kept on file in accordance with its customary procedures relating to a Receivable, an Obligor or a Financed Vehicle. Each of such documents that is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate spaces. All blanks on any form described in clauses (A), (B) and (C) of this paragraph have been properly filled in and each form has otherwise been correctly prepared in all material respects. Notwithstanding the above, the complete Receivable File for each Receivable, (x) shall fulfill the documentation requirements of the Seller’s credit policies as in effect on the date of origination of such Receivable and (y) is in possession of the Servicer and/or Custodian, as applicable, at the location set forth on Schedule II hereto (except that, in the case of any Receivable constituting “electronic chattel paper”, the “authoritative copy” (as such term is used in Section 9-105 of the UCC) of such Receivable shall be maintained by the Servicer in a computer system such that the Servicer maintainscontrol” (as such term is used in Section 9-105 of the UCC) over such authoritative copy on the Transfer Date. The blanket power of attorney granted to the Indenture Trustee and the original Lien Certificate are the only documents necessary to permit the Indenture Trustee to submit the Lien Certificate for each Financed Vehicle for retitling in the name of the Indenture Trustee as secured party in the event such retitling were required or otherwise permitted under the Basic Documents.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Transferor Receivable and, to the knowledge of the Transferor, such Receivable File contains (a) a fully executed original of the Transferor Receivable, with a fully executed assignment thereof in blank or from the related Dealer to the Transferor, as the case may be, if such Transferor Receivable was acquired by the Transferor from a Dealer, (b) a certificate of physical damage insurance, application form for such insurance signed by the Obligor or a signed representation letter from the Obligor named in the Transferor Receivable pursuant to which the Obligor has agreed to obtain physical damage insurance for the Financed Vehicle, or copies thereof, (c) the Lien Certificate or a copy of the application therefor or a certification from the Servicer that it has received confirmation from an authorized official of the appropriate governmental office of the existence of the first lien of the Transferor with respect to the related Financed Vehicle and (d) a credit application signed by the Obligor, or a copy thereof. Each of such documents which is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate spaces. Each of the foregoing documents has been correctly prepared. The complete file for each Transferor Receivable currently is in the possession of the Servicer.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining ------------------------- to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains, without limitation, subject to any exceptions which may appear on any exception report delivered by the Trust Collateral Agent, (a) a fully executed original of the Receivable and (b) the original Lien Certificate or application therefor together with an assignment of the Lien Certificate executed by the Unaffiliated Originator and TFC by TFC to the Seller, and, an assignment of the Lien Certificate executed by the Seller to the Trustee. Each of such documents which is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains each of the documents referred to in the definition of such term in Appendix A of the Sale and Servicing Agreement. Each of such documents which is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate spaces. All applicable blanks on any form have been properly filled in and each form has otherwise been correctly prepared. The Receivable File for each Receivable currently is in the possession of the Custodian. Test: Review the Receivables File, Mechanics Bank’s receivables systems and the Custodian’s records to confirm that (i) the Contract is executed by a party representing itself to be the Obligor listed on such Contract, (ii) that such Contract appears on it its face to have been completed and (iii) that the Custodian’s record reflecting receipt of the related Receivable File does not indicate any omissions with respect to such Receivable File. Representation:
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains each of the documents referred to in Section 3.3. Each of such documents which is required to be signed by the Obligor has been signed by the Obligor in the appropriate spaces. All applicable blanks on any form have been properly filled in and each form has otherwise been correctly prepared. The Receivable File for each Receivable currently is in the possession of the Custodian.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains (a) a fully executed original of the Receivable, and (b) the original Lien Certificate or application therefor. The complete Receivable File for each Receivable is in the possession of the Custodian.
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable and such Receivable File contains (a) a fully executed original of the Receivable,
Receivable Files Complete. There exists a Receivable File pertaining to each Receivable, and such Receivable File contains (a) a fully executed original of the Receivable, (b) a certificate of insurance, application form for insurance signed by the Obligor or a signed representation letter from the Obligor named in the Receivable pursuant to which the Obligor has agreed to obtain physical damage insurance for the Financed Vehicle, or copies