Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers Sample Clauses

Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers. (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements (provided that such agreements would not result in a withdrawal or a downgrading by the Rating Agency of the rating on any Class of Certificates) with Sub-Servicers, for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the Master Servicer shall not be precluded from selling all or part of the Servicing Fee relating to any Mortgage Loans to any Sub-Servicer, provided that with respect to any Mortgage Loan as to which the Master Servicer sells all or a part of the related Servicing Fee, the Master Servicer shall retain full responsibility under this Agreement for the servicing activities relating to such Mortgage Loan. Each Sub-Servicer shall be (i) authorized to transact business in the state or states in which the related Mortgaged Properties it is to service are situated, if and to the extent required by applicable law to enable the Sub-Servicer to perform its obligations hereunder and under the Sub-Servicing Agreement, (ii) an institution approved as a mortgage loan originator by the Federal Housing Administration or an institution the deposit accounts of which are insured by the FDIC and (iii) a Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae approved mortgage servicer. Each Sub-Servicing Agreement must impose on the Sub-Servicer requirements conforming to the provisions set forth in Section 3.08 and provide for servicing of the Mortgage Loans consistent with the terms of this Agreement. The Master Servicer will examine each Sub-Servicing Agreement and will be familiar with the terms thereof. The terms of any Sub-Servicing Agreement will not be inconsistent with any of the provisions of this Agreement. The Master Servicer and the Sub-Servicers may enter into and make amendments to the Sub-Servicing Agreements or enter into different forms of Sub-Servicing Agreements; provided, however, that any such amendments or different forms shall be consistent with and not violate the provisions of this Agreement, and that no such amendment or different form shall be made or entered into which could be reasonably expected to be materially adverse to the interests of the Certificateholders, without the consent of the Holders of Certificates entitled to at least 66% of the Voting Rights. Any variation without the consent of the Holders of Certificates entitled to at least 66% of the Voting Rights from the provisions set forth in Section 3.08 relating to insurance o...
Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers. (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements (provided that such agreements would not result in a withdrawal or a downgrading by the Rating Agencies of the rating on any Class of Certificates) with Sub-Servicers, for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans. As of the Cut-Off date, GMAC is the Sub-Servicer with respect to the Mortgage Loans originated by Quicken Loans, Inc. and in such capacity GMAC will be primarily responsible for the servicing of such Mortgage Loans. As of the Cut-Off Date, Countrywide is the Sub-Servicer with respect to the Mortgage Loans originated by Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. and in such capacity Countrywide will be primarily responsible for the servicing of such Mortgage Loans. As of the Cut-Off Date, Wells Fargo is the Sub-Servicer with respect to the Mortgage Loans originated by Wells Fargo and in such capacity Wells Fargo will be primarily responsible for the servicing of such Mortgage Loans.
Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers. (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements (provided that such agreements would not result in a withdrawal or a downgrade by any Rating Agency of the ratings on any Class of Certificates and the NIMS Insurer shall have consented to such Sub-Servicing Agreement) with Sub-Servicers, for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans.
Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers. (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements provided (i) that such agreements would not result in a withdrawal or a downgrading by any Rating Agency of the ratings on any Class of Certificates or any of the NIM Notes, as evidenced by a letter to that effect delivered by each Rating Agency to the Depositor, the Certificate Insurer, the NIMS Insurer and the Guarantor and (ii) that, except in the case of any Sub-Servicing Agreements the Master Servicer may enter into with Washington Mutual, Inc. or any Affiliate thereof, the NIMS Insurer or the Certificates Controlling Person (as provided in
Sub-Servicing Agreements Between the Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers. (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements provided

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  • Sub-Servicing Agreements Between Master Servicer and Sub-Servicers (a) The Master Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements with Sub- Servicers for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans and for the performance of any and all other activities of the Master Servicer hereunder. Each Sub-Servicer shall be either (i) an institution the accounts of which are insured by the FDIC or (ii) another entity that engages in the business of originating or servicing mortgage loans, and in either case shall be authorized to transact business in the state or states in which the related Mortgaged Properties it is to service are situated, if and to the extent required by applicable law to enable the Sub-Servicer to perform its obligations hereunder and under the Sub-Servicing Agreement, and in either case shall be a Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae approved mortgage servicer. Each Sub-Servicing Agreement must impose on the Sub-Servicer requirements conforming to the provisions set forth in Section 3.08 and provide for servicing of the Mortgage Loans consistent with the terms of this Agreement. With the consent of the Trustee, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, the Master Servicer and the Sub-Servicers may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements and make amendments to the Sub-Servicing Agreements or enter into different forms of Sub-Servicing Agreements; provided, however, that any such amendments or different forms shall be consistent with and not violate the provisions of this Agreement.

  • Sub-Servicing Agreements Between Servicer and Sub-Servicers (a) The Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements with Sub-Servicers, which may be Affiliates of the Servicer, for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans; provided, however, (i) such sub-servicing arrangement and the terms of the related Sub-Servicing Agreement must provide for the servicing of the Mortgage Loans in a manner consistent with the servicing arrangement contemplated hereunder and (ii) the NIMS Insurer shall have consented to such sub-servicing agreement. The Trustee is hereby authorized to acknowledge, at the request of the Servicer, any Sub-Servicing Agreement. No such acknowledgment shall be deemed to imply that the Trustee has consented to any such Sub-Servicing Agreement, has passed upon whether such Sub-Servicing Agreement meets the requirements applicable to Sub-Servicing Agreements set forth in this Agreement or has passed upon whether such Sub-Servicing Agreement is otherwise permitted under this Agreement. The Servicer may, in connection with its duties as Servicer hereunder, enter into transactions with any of its Affiliates relating to the Mortgage Loans; provided, that (i) such transaction is in the ordinary course of business of the Servicer, and (ii) the terms of such transaction are no less favorable to the Servicer than it would obtain in a comparable arm’s-length transaction with a person that is not an Affiliate of the Servicer. Each Sub-Servicer shall be (i) authorized to transact business in the state or states where the related Mortgaged Properties it is to service are situated, if and to the extent required by applicable law to enable the Sub-Servicer to perform its obligations hereunder and under the Sub-Servicing Agreement and (ii) a Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae approved mortgage servicer. Each Sub-Servicing Agreement must impose on the Sub-Servicer requirements conforming to the provisions set forth in Section 3.08 and provide for servicing of the Mortgage Loans consistent with the terms of this Agreement. The Servicer will examine each Sub-Servicing Agreement and will be familiar with the terms thereof. The terms of any Sub-Servicing Agreement will not be inconsistent with any of the provisions of this Agreement. Any variation in any Sub-Servicing Agreements from the provisions set forth in Section 3.08 relating to insurance or priority requirements of Sub-Servicing Accounts, or credits and charges to the Sub-Servicing Accounts or the timing and amount of remittances by the Sub-Servicers to the Servicer, are conclusively deemed to be inconsistent with this Agreement and therefore prohibited. The Servicer shall deliver to the NIMS Insurer and the Trustee copies of all Sub-Servicing Agreements, and any amendments or modifications thereof, promptly upon the Servicer’s execution and delivery of such instruments.

  • Subservicing Agreements between the Servicer and Subservicers (a) The Servicer may enter into subservicing agreements with Subservicers for the servicing and administration of the Mortgage Loans ("Subservicing Agreements"). The Servicer represents and warrants to the other parties hereto that no Subservicing Agreement is in effect as of the Closing Date with respect to any Mortgage Loans required to be serviced by it hereunder. The Servicer shall give notice to the Depositor and the Trustee of any such Subservicer and Subservicing Agreement, which notice shall contain all information (including without limitation a copy of the Subservicing Agreement) reasonably necessary to enable the Trustee, pursuant to Section 8.12(g), to accurately and timely report the event under Item 6.02 of Form 8-K pursuant to the Exchange Act (if such reports under the Exchange Act are required to be filed under the Exchange Act). No Subservicing Agreement shall be effective until 30 days after such written notice is received by both the Depositor and the Trustee. The Trustee shall not be required to review or consent to such Subservicing Agreements and shall have no liability in connection therewith.

  • Transfer of Servicing Between the Master Servicer and the Special Servicer; Record Keeping; Asset Status Report (a) Upon the occurrence of any event specified in the definition of Specially Serviced Loan with respect to any Mortgage Loan (other than any Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan) or Serviced Loan Combination of which the Master Servicer may have notice, the Master Servicer shall promptly give notice thereof to the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Trustee, the Operating Advisor, the related Mortgage Loan Seller, if no Consultation Termination Event has occurred and is continuing, the Directing Holder and, if applicable, the related Serviced Companion Loan Noteholders and shall use efforts in accordance with the Servicing Standard to provide the Special Servicer with all information, documents (but excluding the original documents constituting the Mortgage File) and records (including records stored electronically) relating to such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination, as applicable, and reasonably requested by the Special Servicer to enable it to assume its duties hereunder with respect thereto without acting through a sub-servicer. The Master Servicer shall use efforts in accordance with the Servicing Standard to comply with the preceding sentence within five Business Days of the date it has notice of the occurrence of any event specified in the definition of Specially Serviced Loan and in any event shall continue to act as Master Servicer and administrator of such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination until the Special Servicer has commenced the servicing of such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination, which shall occur upon the receipt by the Special Servicer of the information, documents and records referred to in the preceding sentence. With respect to each Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination that becomes a Specially Serviced Loan, the Master Servicer shall instruct the related Borrower to continue to remit all payments in respect of such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination to the Master Servicer. The Master Servicer shall forward any notices it would otherwise send to the Borrower of a Specially Serviced Loan to the Special Servicer, who shall send such notice to the related Borrower. Upon determining that a Specially Serviced Loan has become a Corrected Mortgage Loan, the Special Servicer shall immediately give notice thereof to the Master Servicer, and upon giving such notice, such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination shall cease to be a Specially Serviced Loan in accordance with the first proviso of the definition of Specially Serviced Loan, the Special Servicer’s obligation to service such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination shall terminate and the obligations of the Master Servicer to service and administer such Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination as a Mortgage Loan or Serviced Loan Combination that is not a Specially Serviced Loan shall resume.

  • Transfer of Servicing Between the Master Servicer and the Special Servicer; Recordkeeping; Asset Status Report (a) Upon determining that a Servicing Transfer Event has occurred with respect to any Mortgage Loan (other than any Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan) or Serviced Companion Loan, the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, shall promptly give notice to the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, the Operating Advisor and ((i) prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event and (ii) other than with respect to any Excluded DCH Loan) the Directing Certificateholder thereof, and the Master Servicer shall deliver the related Mortgage File and Servicing File to the Special Servicer and concurrently provide a copy of such Servicing File, exclusive of all Privileged Communications, to the Operating Advisor. The Master Servicer shall use its reasonable efforts to provide the Special Servicer with all documents and records (including records stored electronically on computer tapes, magnetic discs and the like) relating to such Mortgage Loan and, if applicable, the related Serviced Companion Loan, either in the Master Servicer’s possession or otherwise available to the Master Servicer without undue burden or expense, and reasonably requested by the Special Servicer to enable it to assume its functions hereunder with respect thereto. The Master Servicer shall use its reasonable efforts to comply with the preceding sentence within five (5) Business Days of the occurrence of each related Servicing Transfer Event (or, in the case of clauses (viii) or (ix) of the definition of “Servicing Transfer Event”, within five (5) Business Days of receiving notice from the Special Servicer of such Servicing Transfer Event when the Special Servicer makes the determination) and in any event shall continue to act as Master Servicer and administrator of such Mortgage Loan and, if applicable, the related Serviced Companion Loan until the Special Servicer has commenced the servicing of such Mortgage Loan and, if applicable, the related Serviced Companion Loan. The Master Servicer shall deliver to the Trustee, the Certificate Administrator, the Operating Advisor, and ((i) prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event or (ii) other than with respect to any Excluded DCH Loan) the Directing Certificateholder, a copy of the notice of such Servicing Transfer Event provided by the Master Servicer to the Special Servicer, or by the Special Servicer to the Master Servicer, pursuant to this Section 3.19. Prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event, the Certificate Administrator shall deliver to each Controlling Class Certificateholder a copy of the notice of such Servicing Transfer Event provided by the Master Servicer pursuant to this Section 3.19. Upon determining that a Specially Serviced Loan (other than an REO Loan) has become current and has remained current for three consecutive Periodic Payments (provided that (i) no additional Servicing Transfer Event is foreseeable in the reasonable judgment of the Special Servicer, and (ii) for such purposes taking into account any modification or amendment of such Mortgage Loan and, if applicable, the related Companion Loan), and that no other Servicing Transfer Event is continuing with respect thereto, the Special Servicer shall immediately give notice thereof to the Master Servicer, the Operating Advisor, the related Serviced Companion Noteholder (unless with respect to an AB Subordinate Companion Loan an AB Control Appraisal Period has occurred) and ((i) prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event and (ii) other than with respect to any Excluded DCH Loan) the Directing Certificateholder and shall return the related Mortgage File and Servicing File to the Master Servicer (or copies thereof if copies only were delivered to the Special Servicer) and upon giving such notice, and returning such Mortgage File and Servicing File to the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer’s obligation to service such Corrected Loan shall terminate and the obligations of the Master Servicer to service and administer such Mortgage Loan and, if applicable, the related Companion Loan shall recommence.

  • Liability of the Master Servicer and the Special Servicer When Sub-Servicing Notwithstanding any Sub-Servicing Agreement, any of the provisions of this Agreement relating to agreements or arrangements between the Master Servicer or Special Servicer, as applicable, and any Person acting as sub-servicer (or its agents or Subcontractors) or any reference to actions taken through any Person acting as sub-servicer or otherwise, the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as applicable, shall remain obligated and primarily liable to the Trustee (on behalf of the Certificateholders), the Certificateholders the Certificateholders and, with respect to the Serviced Whole Loans, the Serviced Companion Loan Noteholders, for the servicing and administering of the Mortgage Loans and Serviced Companion Loans in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement without diminution of such obligation or liability by virtue of such sub-servicing agreements or arrangements or by virtue of indemnification from the Depositor or any other Person acting as sub-servicer (or its agents or Subcontractors) to the same extent and under the same terms and conditions as if the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as applicable, alone were servicing and administering the Mortgage Loans and Serviced Companion Loans. Each of the Master Servicer and the Special Servicer shall be entitled to enter into an agreement with any sub-servicer providing for indemnification of the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as applicable, by such sub-servicer, and nothing contained in this Agreement shall be deemed to limit or modify such indemnification, but no such agreement for indemnification shall be deemed to limit or modify this Agreement.

  • Transfer of Servicing Between Master Servicer and Special Servicer; Record Keeping (a) Upon determining that any Serviced Loan has become a Specially Serviced Loan, the Master Servicer shall promptly give written notice thereof to the Special Servicer, any related Serviced Companion Loan Holder (in the case of a Serviced Loan Combination), the Operating Advisor, the Certificate Administrator, the Trustee, the related Directing Holder (prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event with respect to the related Mortgage Loan) and, for posting to the Rule 17g-5 Information Provider’s Website pursuant to Section 12.13 of this Agreement, the Rule 17g-5 Information Provider and shall promptly deliver a copy of the Servicing File to the Special Servicer and concurrently provide a copy of such Servicing File to the Operating Advisor and shall use its reasonable efforts to provide the Special Servicer with all information, documents (but excluding the original documents constituting the Mortgage File, but including copies thereof) and records (including records stored electronically on computer tapes, magnetic discs and the like) relating to such Serviced Loan and reasonably requested by the Special Servicer to enable it to assume its duties hereunder with respect thereto without acting through a Sub-Servicer. The Master Servicer shall use its reasonable efforts to comply with the preceding sentence within five (5) Business Days of the date such Serviced Loan became a Specially Serviced Loan and in any event shall continue to act as Master Servicer and administrator of such Serviced Loan until the Special Servicer has commenced the servicing of such Serviced Loan, which shall occur upon the receipt by the Special Servicer of the Servicing File. With respect to each such Serviced Loan that becomes a Specially Serviced Loan, the Master Servicer shall instruct the related Mortgagor to continue to remit all payments in respect of such Serviced Loan to the Master Servicer. The Master Servicer shall forward any notices it would otherwise send to the Mortgagor of such a Specially Serviced Loan to the Special Servicer who shall send such notice to the related Mortgagor. Upon determining that a Specially Serviced Loan has become a Corrected Loan, the Special Servicer shall promptly give written notice thereof to the Master Servicer, the Trustee, the Operating Advisor, the Certificate Administrator, any related Serviced Companion Loan Holder, the related Directing Holder (prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Consultation Termination Event with respect to the related Mortgage Loan) and, for posting to the Rule 17g-5 Information Provider’s Website pursuant to Section 12.13 of this Agreement, the Rule 17g-5 Information Provider and, upon giving such notice and the return of the Servicing File to the Master Servicer, such Serviced Loan shall cease to be a Specially Serviced Loan in accordance with the first proviso of the definition of Specially Serviced Loans, the Special Servicer’s obligation to service such Serviced Loan shall terminate and the obligations of the Master Servicer to service and administer such Serviced Loan as a Serviced Loan that is not a Specially Serviced Loan shall resume. In addition, if the related Mortgagor has been instructed, pursuant to the preceding paragraph, to make payments to the Special Servicer, upon such determination, the Special Servicer shall instruct the related Mortgagor to remit all payments in respect of such Specially Serviced Loan directly to the Master Servicer.

  • Sub-Servicing Agreements (a) The Master Servicer and the Special Servicer may enter into Sub-Servicing Agreements to provide for the performance by third parties of any or all of its respective obligations hereunder; provided that the Sub-Servicing Agreement as amended or modified: (i) is consistent with this Agreement in all material respects and requires the Sub-Servicer to comply with all of the applicable conditions of this Agreement; (ii) provides that if the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, shall for any reason no longer act in such capacity hereunder (including, without limitation, by reason of a Servicer Termination Event), the Trustee or its designee shall thereupon assume all of the rights and, except to the extent they arose prior to the date of assumption, obligations of such party under such agreement, or, alternatively, may act in accordance with Section 7.02 under the circumstances described therein (subject to Section 3.20(g)); (iii) provides that the Trustee (for the benefit of the Certificateholders and the related Companion Holder (if applicable) and the Trustee (as holder of the Lower-Tier Regular Interests) shall be a third party beneficiary under such Sub-Servicing Agreement, but that (except to the extent the Trustee or its designee assumes the obligations of such party thereunder as contemplated by the immediately preceding clause (ii)) none of the Trust, the Trustee, the Operating Advisor, the Asset Representations Reviewer, the Certificate Administrator, the Master Servicer or Special Servicer, as applicable (other than the Master Servicer or Special Servicer that enters into such Sub-Servicing Agreement), any successor master servicer or successor special servicer or any Certificateholder (or the related Companion Holder, if applicable) shall have any duties under such Sub-Servicing Agreement or any liabilities arising therefrom; (iv) permits any purchaser of a Mortgage Loan pursuant to this Agreement to terminate such Sub-Servicing Agreement with respect to such purchased Mortgage Loan at its option and without penalty; provided, however, that the Initial Sub-Servicing Agreements may only be terminated by the Trustee or its designees as contemplated by Section 3.20(g) and in such additional manner and by such other Persons as is provided in such Sub-Servicing Agreement; (v) does not permit the Sub-Servicer any direct rights of indemnification that may be satisfied out of assets of the Trust except through the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, if and only to the extent provided pursuant to Section 6.04; (vi) does not permit the Sub-Servicer to modify any Mortgage Loan unless and to the extent the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, is permitted hereunder to modify such Mortgage Loan; (vii) does not permit the Sub-Servicer to take any action constituting a Major Decision without the consent of the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as applicable (which consent shall not be granted except in accordance with Section 6.08); (viii) with respect to any Sub-Servicing Agreement entered into after the Closing Date, if such Sub-Servicer is a Servicing Function Participant or an Additional Servicer, such Sub-Servicer, at the time the related Sub-Servicing Agreement is entered into, is not a Prohibited Party; (ix) provides that the Sub-Servicer shall be in default under the related Sub-Servicing Agreement and such Sub-Servicing Agreement shall be terminated (following the expiration of any applicable grace period) if the Sub-Servicer fails (A) to deliver by the due date any Exchange Act reporting items required to be delivered to the Master Servicer, the Certificate Administrator or the Depositor under Article XI or under the Sub-Servicing Agreement or to the master servicer under any other pooling and servicing agreement that the Depositor is a party to, or (B) to perform in any material respect any of its covenants or obligations contained in the Sub-Servicing Agreement regarding creating, obtaining or delivering any Exchange Act reporting items required for any party to this Agreement to perform its obligations under Article XI or under the Exchange Act reporting items required under any other pooling and servicing agreement that the Depositor is a party to; and (x) provides that such Sub-Servicing Agreement shall be terminable if at any time the related Sub-Servicer (other than a Sub-Servicer retained by the Special Servicer) is a Risk Retention Affiliate of the Third Party Purchaser if such Sub-Servicer is a servicer as contemplated by Item 1108(a)(2). Any successor master servicer or successor special servicer, as applicable, hereunder shall, upon becoming a successor master servicer or successor special servicer, as applicable, be assigned and may assume any Sub-Servicing Agreements from the predecessor Master Servicer or Special Servicer, as the case may be (subject to Section 3.20(g)). In addition, each Sub-Servicing Agreement entered into by the Master Servicer may but need not provide that the obligations of the Sub-Servicer thereunder may terminate with respect to any Mortgage Loan serviced thereunder at the time such Mortgage Loan becomes a Specially Serviced Loan; provided, however, that the Sub-Servicing Agreement may provide (if the Sub-Servicing Agreement provides for Advances by the Sub-Servicer, although it need not so provide) that the Sub-Servicer will continue to make all Advances and calculations and prepare all reports required under the Sub-Servicing Agreement with respect to Specially Serviced Loans and continue to collect its Primary Servicing Fees as if no Servicing Transfer Event had occurred and with respect to REO Properties (and the related REO Loans) as if no REO Acquisition had occurred and to render such incidental services with respect to such Specially Serviced Loans and REO Properties as are specifically provided for in such Sub-Servicing Agreement. The Master Servicer or Special Servicer, as the case may be, shall deliver to the Trustee copies of all Sub-Servicing Agreements, and any amendments thereto and modifications thereof, entered into by it, in each case promptly upon its execution and delivery of such documents. References in this Agreement to actions taken or to be taken by the Master Servicer include actions taken or to be taken by a Sub-Servicer on behalf of the Master Servicer; and, in connection therewith, all amounts advanced by any Sub-Servicer (if the Sub-Servicing Agreement provides for Advances by the Sub-Servicer, although it need not so provide) to satisfy the obligations of the Master Servicer hereunder to make Advances shall be deemed to have been advanced by the Master Servicer out of its own funds and, accordingly, in such event, such Advances shall be recoverable by such Sub-Servicer in the same manner and out of the same funds as if such Sub-Servicer were the Master Servicer, and, for so long as they are outstanding, such Advances shall accrue interest in accordance with Section 3.03(d), such interest to be allocable between the Master Servicer and such Sub-Servicer as may be provided (if at all) pursuant to the terms of the Sub-Servicing Agreement. For purposes of this Agreement, the Master Servicer shall be deemed to have received any payment when a Sub-Servicer retained by it receives such payment. The Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, shall notify the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer, as the case may be, the Trustee and the Depositor (and the Special Servicer shall notify the Operating Advisor) in writing promptly of the appointment by it of any Sub-Servicer, except that the Master Servicer need not provide such notice as to the Initial Sub-Servicing Agreements.

  • Depositor, Master Servicer and Special Servicer to Cooperate with Certificate Administrator (a) The Depositor shall provide or cause to be provided to the Certificate Administrator within ten (10) days after the Depositor receives a request from the Certificate Administrator, all information or data that the Certificate Administrator reasonably determines to be relevant for tax purposes as to the valuations and issue prices of the Certificates, including, without limitation, the price, yield, Prepayment Assumptions and projected cash flow of the Certificates.

  • The Master Servicer and the Special Servicer as Certificate Owner The Master Servicer, the Special Servicer or any Affiliate thereof may become the Holder of (or, in the case of a Book-Entry Certificate, Certificate Owner with respect to) any Certificate with (except as otherwise set forth in the definition of “Certificateholder”) the same rights it would have if it were not the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer or an Affiliate thereof.