Cut-Off Date Aggregate Principal Balance The Cut-Off Date Aggregate Principal Balance is $400,006,987.55.
Balances Borrower shall maintain its major depository accounts with Bank until the Note and all sums payable pursuant to this Agreement have been paid in full.
Cash Balances Participate, as reasonably requested, in the development of policies and procedures, including operational, accounting, reporting, and monitoring procedures, regarding the management of the Portfolios' cash balances, including procedures regarding the use of "sweep" transactions and repurchase agreements, the temporary reinvestment of credits to cash balances, and the processing of dividends and other disbursements to the Portfolios. In connection with the foregoing, the Sub-Administrator shall assist in the preparation of any application for exemptive or no-action relief, if required. The Sub-Administrator shall also provide the cash availability throughout each day, as required by each Portfolio's investment adviser or, if applicable, sub-adviser.
Scheduled Payments No Receivable has a final scheduled payment date later than six months preceding the Final Scheduled Maturity Date.
Remaining Principal Balance At the Cutoff Date the Principal Balance of each Receivable set forth in the Schedule of Receivables is true and accurate in all material respects.
Principal Balance Each Receivable had a remaining Principal Balance as of the Cutoff Date of not less than $500.
Credit Balances No interest or other amount will be paid by the Custodian on any credit balance on an Allocated Account.
Outstanding Principal Balance Each Receivable has an outstanding principal balance of at least $500.
Minimum Balance Merchant agrees to maintain a minimum balance of funds in the Settlement Account as Bank may specify to Merchant in writing from time to time.
Interest on Unpaid Balances Interest on any unpaid amount whether owed to PJM or to NYISO (including amounts placed in escrow) shall be calculated in accordance with the methodology specified for interest on refunds in the Commission’s regulations at 18 C.F.R. § 35.19a (a)(2)(iii). Interest on unpaid amounts shall be calculated from the due date of the xxxx to the date of payment. Invoices shall be considered as having been paid on the date of receipt of payment.