The Collection Account The initial Servicer, for the benefit of the Secured Parties, shall establish and the Servicer shall maintain the Collection Account in the state of New York or in the city in which the Corporate Trust Office is located, with a Qualified Institution in the name of the Trustee, on behalf of the Secured Parties as designee of the Receivables Trust, a non-interest bearing segregated account bearing a designation clearly indicating that the funds deposited therein are held in trust for the benefit of the Secured Parties. Pursuant to authority granted to it pursuant to subsection 2.02(a), the Servicer shall have the revocable power to cause to be withdrawn funds from the Collection Account for the purposes of carrying out its duties hereunder and under the Indenture.
Income Collection Unless otherwise directed by Instruction, the Custodian shall collect any amount due and payable to the Fund with respect to Investments and promptly credit the amount collected to a Principal or Agency Account; provided, however, that the Custodian shall not be responsible for: (a) the collection of amounts due and payable with respect to Investments that are in default or (b) the collection of cash or share entitlements with respect to Investments that are not registered in the name of the Custodian or its Subcustodians. The Custodian is hereby authorized to endorse and deliver any instrument required to be so endorsed and delivered to effect collection of any amount due and payable to the Fund with respect to Investments.
Data Collection The Engineer shall conduct field reconnaissance and collect data as necessary to complete the schematic design. Data shall include the following information. Items “a” to “g” will be obtained from the State, if available, while items “h” to “j” will be obtained from other agencies as required.
Application of Funds in the Collection Account The Master Servicer may, from time to time, make, or cause to be made, withdrawals from the Collection Account for the following purposes:
Allocations of Finance Charge Collections The Servicer shall allocate to the Series 1997-1 Certificateholders and retain in the Collection Account for application as provided herein an amount equal to the product of (A) the Floating Allocation Percentage and (B) the Series 1997-1 Allocation Percentage and (C) the aggregate amount of Collections of Finance Charge Receivables deposited in the Collection Account on such Deposit Date.
Deemed Collections If on any day the outstanding balance of a Receivable is reduced or cancelled as a result of any defective or rejected goods or services, any cash discount or adjustment (including any adjustment resulting from the application of any special refund or other discounts or any reconciliation), any setoff or credit (whether such claim or credit arises out of the same, a related, or an unrelated transaction) or other similar reason not arising from the financial inability of the Obligor to pay undisputed indebtedness, the Seller shall be deemed to have received on such day a Collection on such Receivable in the amount of such reduction or cancellation. If on any day any representation, warranty, covenant or other agreement of the Seller related to a Receivable is not true or is not satisfied, the Seller shall be deemed to have received on such day a Collection in the amount of the outstanding balance of such Receivable. All such Collections deemed received by the Seller under this Section 1.5(b) shall be remitted by the Seller to the Collection Agent in accordance with Section 5.1(i).
Remittance of Payments and Collections 13.18.1. All payments by any Lender to Agent shall be made not later than the time set forth elsewhere in this Agreement on the Business Day such payment is due; provided, however, that if such payment is due on demand by Agent and such demand is made on the paying Lender after 11:00 a.m. on such Business Day, then payment shall be made by 11:00 a.m. on the next Business Day. Payment by Agent to any Lender shall be made by wire transfer, promptly following Agent’s receipt of funds for the account of such Lender and in the type of funds received by Agent; provided, however, that if Agent receives such funds at or prior to 12:00 noon, Agent shall pay such funds to such Lender by 2:00 p.m. on such Business Day, but if Agent receives such funds after 12:00 noon, Agent shall pay such funds to such Lender by 2:00 p.m. on the next Business Day.
Payments and Collections All funds received by the Agent in respect of any payments made by the Borrower on the Revolving Notes or Revolving Commitment Fees shall be distributed forthwith by the Agent among the Banks, in like currency and funds as received, ratably according to each Bank's Revolving Percentage. After any Event of Default has occurred, all funds received by the Agent, whether as payments by the Borrower or as realization on collateral or on any guaranties, shall (except as may otherwise be required by law) be distributed by the Agent in the following order: (a) first to the Agent or any Bank who has incurred unreimbursed costs of collection with respect to any Obligations hereunder, ratably to the Agent and each Bank in the proportion that the costs incurred by the Agent or such Bank bear to the total of all such costs incurred by the Agent and all Banks; (b) next to the Agent for the account of the Banks (in accordance with their respective Revolving Percentages) for application on the Revolving Notes; and (c) last to the Agent for the account of the Banks (in accordance with their respective Revolving Percentages) for any unpaid Revolving Commitment Fees owing by the Borrower hereunder.
Master Servicer Collection Account (a) The Master Servicer shall establish and maintain in the name of the Trustee, for the benefit of the Certificateholders, the Master Servicer Collection Account as a segregated trust account or accounts. The Master Servicer Collection Account shall be an Eligible Account. The Master Servicer will deposit in the Master Servicer Collection Account as identified by the Master Servicer and as received by the Master Servicer, the following amounts:
Costs of Collection In any dispute involving monies owed to Company, the Company shall be entitled to all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney’s fees and interest at 15% per annum or the highest rate allowed by law, whichever is less, unless a lower amount is agreed to by Company.