The Custodial Account Sample Clauses

The Custodial Account. In accordance with this Agreement and the Account Control Agreement, the Collateral Agent shall, on or prior to the Closing Date, establish at the Custodian a single, segregated trust account, which shall be designated as the “Custodial Account”, to which any Collateral shall be credited by the Securities Intermediary and which shall be subject to the Lien of the Collateral Agent. The Borrower shall not have any legal, equitable or beneficial interest in the Custodial Account other than in accordance with this Agreement. Funds on deposit in the Custodial Account shall remain uninvested.
The Custodial Account. (a) The Custodian shall maintain or cause to have maintained a record of the Custodial Account. The interest of the Employee in the Custodial Account shall at all times be nonforfeitable and the assets therein shall not be commingled with the property of others; provided, however, that investment in securities of a Fund shall not be considered commingling. Contributions to the Custodial Account, and the income thereon, may not be used for or diverted to purposes other than the exclusive benefit of the Employee and his or her Beneficiary.
The Custodial Account. All Financial Assets credited to the Custodial Account shall be registered in the name of the Bank or, if registered in the name of the Customer, shall be endorsed to the Bank or in blank. All Security Entitlements arising out of the Financial Assets carried in the Custodial Account shall be valid and legally binding obligations of the Bank, and except for the claims and interest of the Secured Party and the Customer in the Custodial Account (subject to any claim in favor of the Bank permitted under Section 2 hereof), the Bank has not been notified in writing of any claim to or interest in the Custodial Account except as described in the Pledge Agreement.
The Custodial Account. At your direction through the UNIFIMONEY Dashboard, UMB will open a Custodial Account in your name on its books and records. After your funds are swept from your Checking Account into a Program Account, your Custodial Account will hold your interest in each Program Account into which your funds have been swept.
The Custodial Account. (a) On the Issuance Date, the Issuer has deposited in, or credited to, the Custodial Account the amount of moneys or other property (including financial assets) pledged by the Counterparty to the Issuer in accordance with the Swap Documents.

Related to The Custodial Account

  • Custodial Account (a) The Master Servicer shall establish and maintain one or more accounts (collectively, the "Custodial Account") in which the Master Servicer shall deposit or cause to be deposited on a daily basis, or as and when received from the Sub-Servicers, the following payments and collections received or made by or on behalf of it subsequent to the Cut-off Date, or received by it prior to the Cut-off Date but allocable to a period subsequent thereto (other than in respect of principal and interest on the Mortgage Loans due on or before the Cut-off Date):

  • Custodial Accounts The Master Servicer shall cause to be established and maintained by each Servicer under the Master Servicer's supervision the Custodial Account for P&I, Buydown Fund Accounts (if any) and special Custodial Account for Reserves and shall deposit or cause to be deposited therein daily the amounts related to the Mortgage Loans required by the Selling and Servicing Contracts to be so deposited. Proceeds received with respect to individual Mortgage Loans from any title, hazard, or FHA insurance policy, VA guaranty, Primary Insurance Policy or other insurance policy (other than any Special Primary Insurance Policy) covering such Mortgage Loans shall be deposited first in the Custodial Account for Reserves if required for the restoration or repair of the related Mortgaged Property. Otherwise, Insurance Proceeds (other than proceeds from any Special Primary Insurance Policy) shall be deposited in the Custodial Account for P&I, and shall be applied to the balances of the related Mortgage Loans as payments of interest and principal. The Master Servicer is hereby authorized to make withdrawals from and to issue drafts against the Custodial Accounts for P&I and the Custodial Accounts for Reserves for the purposes required or permitted by this Agreement. Each Custodial Account for P&I and each Custodial Account for Reserves shall bear a designation clearly showing the respective interests of the applicable Servicer, as trustee, and of the Master Servicer, in substantially one of the following forms:

  • Withdrawals From the Custodial Account The Servicer shall, from time to time, withdraw funds from the Custodial Account for the following purposes:

  • Establishment of Custodial Account; Deposits in Custodial Account The Seller shall segregate and hold all funds collected and received pursuant to each Mortgage Loan separate and apart from any of its own funds and general assets and shall establish and maintain one or more Custodial Accounts (collectively, the “Custodial Account”), titled “PrimeLending, in trust for Redwood Residential Acquisition Corporation as Purchaser of Mortgage Loans and various Mortgagors.” Such Custodial Account shall be an Eligible Account established with a commercial bank, a savings bank or a savings and loan association (which may be a depository affiliate of the Seller) which meets the guidelines set forth by the FHFA, Fxxxxx Mxx or Fxxxxxx Mac as an eligible depository institution for custodial accounts. The Custodial Account shall not be transferred to any other depository institution without the Purchaser’s approval, which shall not unreasonably be withheld. In any case, the Custodial Account shall be insured by the FDIC in a manner which shall provide maximum available insurance thereunder and which may be drawn on by the Seller. The Seller shall deposit in the Custodial Account on a daily basis, and retain therein the following payments and collections received or made by it subsequent to the related Cut-off Date (other than in respect of principal and interest on the Mortgage Loans due on or before the related Cut-off Date):

  • Establishment of Custodial Accounts; Deposits in Custodial Accounts The Seller shall segregate and hold all funds collected and received pursuant to each Mortgage Loan separate and apart from any of its own funds and general assets and shall establish and maintain one or more Custodial Accounts, in the form of time deposit or demand accounts. The creation of any Custodial Account shall be evidenced by a Custodial Account Letter Agreement in the form of Exhibit 7. The Seller shall deposit in the Custodial Account on a daily basis, and retain therein the following payments and collections received by it subsequent to the Cut-off Date, or received by it prior to the Cut-off Date but allocable to a period subsequent thereto, other than in respect of principal and interest on the Mortgage Loans due on or before the Cut-off Date:

  • Sub-Servicing Accounts In those cases where a Sub-Servicer is servicing a Mortgage Loan pursuant to a Sub-Servicing Agreement, the related Sub-Servicer will be required to establish and maintain one or more accounts (each such account or accounts, a “Sub-Servicing Account”). Each Sub-Servicing Account shall be an Eligible Account. Each Sub-Servicer shall deposit in the clearing account (which account must be an Eligible Account) in which it customarily deposits payments and collections on mortgage loans in connection with its mortgage loan servicing activities on a daily basis, and in no event more than one Business Day after such Sub-Servicer’s receipt thereof, all proceeds of the related Mortgage Loans received by such Sub-Servicer less its servicing compensation to the extent permitted by the related Sub-Servicing Agreement, and shall thereafter deposit such amounts in the related Sub-Servicing Account, in no event more than two Business Days after the deposit of such funds into the clearing account. Each Sub-Servicer shall thereafter deposit such proceeds in the Collection Account or remit such proceeds to the Servicer for deposit in the Collection Account not later than two Business Days after the deposit of such amounts in the related Sub-Servicing Account. For purposes of this Agreement, the Servicer shall be deemed to have received payments on the related Mortgage Loans when the related Sub-Servicer receives such payments.

  • Custodial Accounts; Distribution Account (a) On or prior to the Closing Date, the Master Servicer shall have caused each Servicer to establish and maintain one or more Custodial Accounts, as provided in the related Purchase and Servicing Agreement, into which all Scheduled Payments and unscheduled payments with respect to the related Mortgage Loans, net of any deductions or reimbursements permitted under the related Purchase and Servicing Agreement, shall be deposited. On each Distribution Account Deposit Date, the Servicers shall remit to the Securities Administrator for deposit into the Distribution Account, all amounts so required to be deposited into such account in accordance with the terms of the related Purchase and Servicing Agreements.

  • Establishment of and Deposits to Custodial Account The Company shall segregate and hold all funds collected and received pursuant to a Mortgage Loan separate and apart from any of its own funds and general assets and shall establish and maintain one or more Custodial Accounts, in the form of time deposit or demand accounts, titled "Xxxxx Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc. in trust for the Purchaser and/or subsequent purchasers of Mortgage Loans, and various Mortgagors - P & I." The Custodial Account shall be established with a Qualified Depository. Any funds deposited in the Custodial Account shall at all times be insured to the fullest extent allowed by applicable law. Funds deposited in the Custodial Account may be drawn on by the Company in accordance with Section 4.05. The creation of any Custodial Account shall be evidenced by a certification in the case of an account established with the Company, or by a letter agreement in the case of an account held by a depository other than the Company each in the forms attached hereto as Exhibit D. A copy of such certification or letter agreement shall be furnished to the Purchaser or any subsequent purchaser upon request. The Company shall deposit in the Custodial Account within one (1) Business Day of the Company's receipt, and retain therein, the following collections received by the Company and payments made by the Company after the Cut-off Date, other than payments of principal and interest due on or before the Cut-off Date, or received by the Company prior to the Cut-off Date but allocable to a period subsequent thereto:

  • Collection Account (a) On the Closing Date, the Master Servicer shall open and shall thereafter maintain a segregated account held in trust (the “Collection Account”), entitled “Aurora Loan Services LLC, as Master Servicer, in trust for the benefit of the Holders of Xxxxxx Mortgage Trust Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2005-1.” The Collection Account shall relate solely to the Certificates issued by the Trust Fund hereunder, and funds in such Collection Account shall not be commingled with any other monies.

  • Subservicing Accounts In those cases where a Subservicer is servicing a Mortgage Loan pursuant to a Subservicing Agreement, the Subservicer will be required to establish and maintain one or more accounts (collectively, the "Subservicing Account"). The Subservicing Account shall be an Eligible Account and shall otherwise be acceptable to the Servicer. The Subservicer shall deposit in the clearing account (which account must be an Eligible Account) in which it customarily deposits payments and collections on mortgage loans in connection with its mortgage loan servicing activities on a daily basis, and in no event more than one Business Day after the Subservicer's receipt thereof, all proceeds of Mortgage Loans received by the Subservicer less its servicing compensation to the extent permitted by the Subservicing Agreement, and shall thereafter deposit such amounts in the Subservicing Account, in no event more than two Business Days after the deposit of such funds into the clearing account. The Subservicer shall thereafter deposit such proceeds in the Collection Account or remit such proceeds to the Servicer for deposit in the Collection Account not later than two Business Days after the deposit of such amounts in the Subservicing Account. For purposes of this Agreement, the Servicer shall be deemed to have received payments on the Mortgage Loans when the Subservicer receives such payments.