Uniform Commercial Code Sample Clauses

Uniform Commercial Code. The Uniform Commercial Code (Florida Statutes, Chapter 672) shall prevail as the basis for contractual obligations between the Contractor and the County for any terms and conditions not specifically stated in this Invitation for Bids.
Uniform Commercial Code. Without limitation of Administrative Agent’s rights of enforcement with respect to the Collateral or any part thereof in accordance with the procedures for foreclosure of real estate, Administrative Agent may exercise its rights of enforcement with respect to the Collateral or any part thereof under the UCC, as in effect from time to time (or under the Uniform Commercial Code in force, from time to time, in any other state to the extent the same is applicable law) and in conjunction with, in addition to or in substitution for those rights and remedies: (1) Administrative Agent may enter upon Grantor’s premises to take possession of, assemble and collect the Collateral or, to the extent and for those items of the Collateral permitted under applicable law, to render it unusable; (2) Administrative Agent may require Grantor to assemble the Collateral and make it available at a place Administrative Agent designates which is mutually convenient to allow Administrative Agent to take possession or dispose of the Collateral; (3) written notice mailed to Grantor as provided herein at least five (5) days prior to the date of public sale of the Collateral or prior to the date after which private sale of the Collateral will be made shall constitute reasonable notice; provided that, if Administrative Agent fails to comply with this clause (3) in any respect, its liability for such failure shall be limited to the liability (if any) imposed on it as a matter of law under the UCC, as in effect from time to time (or under the Uniform Commercial Code, in force from time to time, in any other state to the extent the same is applicable law); (4) any sale made pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph shall be deemed to have been a public sale conducted in a commercially reasonable manner if held contemporaneously with and upon the same notice as required for the sale of the Property under power of sale as provided in paragraph (c) above in this Section 5.1; (5) in the event of a foreclosure sale, whether made by Trustee under the terms hereof, or under judgment of a court, the Collateral and the other Property may, at the option of Administrative Agent, be sold as a whole; (6) it shall not be necessary that Administrative Agent take possession of the Collateral or any part thereof prior to the time that any sale pursuant to the provisions of this Section is conducted and it shall not be necessary that the Collateral or any part thereof be present at the location of such sa...
Uniform Commercial Code. Beneficiary may proceed under the Uniform Commercial Code as to all or any part of the Personalty, and in conjunction therewith may exercise all of the rights, remedies and powers of a secured creditor under the Uniform Commercial Code. Upon the occurrence of any Event of Default, Grantor shall assemble all of the Accessories and make the same available within the Improvements. Any notification required by the Uniform Commercial Code shall be deemed reasonably and properly given if sent in accordance with the Notice provisions of this Deed of Trust at least ten (10) days before any sale or other disposition of the Personalty. Disposition of the Personalty shall be deemed commercially reasonable if made pursuant to a public sale advertised at least twice in a newspaper of general circulation in the community where the Property is located. It shall be deemed commercially reasonable for the Trustee and/or Beneficiary to dispose of the Personalty without giving any warranties as to the Personalty and specifically disclaiming all disposition warranties. Alternatively, Beneficiary may choose to dispose of some or all of the Property, in any combination consisting of both Personalty and Real Property, in one sale to be held in accordance with the Law and procedures applicable to real property, as permitted by Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Grantor agrees that such a sale of Personalty together with Real Property constitutes a commercially reasonable sale of the Personalty.
Uniform Commercial Code. The interest of each Member in the Company shall be an “uncertificated securitygoverned by Article 8 of the Delaware UCC and the UCC as enacted in the State of New York (the “New York UCC”), including, without limitation, (i) for purposes of the definition of a “security” thereunder, the interest of each Member in the Company shall be a security governed by Article 8 of the Delaware UCC and the New York UCC and (ii) for purposes of the definition of an “uncertificated security” thereunder.
Uniform Commercial Code. The Lender shall have all of the rights and remedies of a secured party under the applicable Uniform Commercial Code and other applicable Laws. Upon demand by the Lender, the Borrower shall assemble the Collateral and make it available to the Lender, at a place designated by the Lender. The Lender or its agents may without notice from time to time enter upon the Borrower’s premises to take possession of the Collateral, to remove it, to render it unusable, to process it or otherwise prepare it for sale, or to sell or otherwise dispose of it. Any written notice of the sale, disposition or other intended action by the Lender with respect to the Collateral which is sent by regular mail, postage prepaid, to the Borrower at the address the Borrower which may from time to time be shown on the Lender’s records, at least ten (10) days prior to such sale, disposition or other action, shall constitute commercially reasonable notice to the Borrower. The Lender may alternatively or additionally give such notice in any other commercially reasonable manner. Nothing in this Agreement shall require the Lender to give any notice not required by applicable Laws. If any consent, approval, or authorization of any state, municipal or other governmental department, agency or authority or of any person, or any person, corporation, partnership or other entity having any interest therein, should be necessary to effectuate any sale or other disposition of the Collateral, the Borrower agrees to execute all such applications and other instruments, and to take all other action, as may be required in connection with securing any such consent, approval or authorization. The Borrower recognizes that the Lender may be unable to effect a public sale of all or a part of the Collateral consisting of securities by reason of certain prohibitions contained in the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and other applicable federal and state Laws. The Lender may, therefore, in its discretion, take such steps as it may deem appropriate to comply with such Laws and may, for example, at any sale of the Collateral consisting of securities restrict the prospective bidders or purchasers as to their number, nature of business and investment intention, including, without limitation, a requirement that the Persons making such purchases represent and agree to the satisfaction of the Lender that they are purchasing such securities for their account, for investment, and not with a view to the distribution or res...
Uniform Commercial Code. This Lease is intended as and constitutes a security agreement within the meaning of the Uniform Commercial Code of the state in which the leased premises are situated. Lessor, in addition to the rights prescribed in this Lease, shall have all of the rights, titles, liens and interests in and to Lessee's property, now or hereafter located upon the leased premises, which may be granted a secured party, as that term is defined, under the Uniform Commercial Code to secure to Lessor payment of all sums due and the full performance of all Lessee's covenants under this Lease. Lessee will on request execute and deliver to Lessor a financing statement for the purpose of perfecting Lessor's security interest under this Lease or Lessor may file this Lease or a copy thereof as a financing statement. Unless otherwise provided by law and for the purpose of exercising any right pursuant to this section, Lessor and Lessee agree that reasonable notice shall be met if such notice is given by ten days written notice, certified mail, return receipt requested, to Lessor or Lessee at the addresses specified herein.
Uniform Commercial Code. Each limited liability company interest in the Company shall constitute a “security” within the meaning of, and governed by, (i) Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code (including Section 8 102(a)(15) thereof) as in effect from time to time in the State of Delaware, and (ii) Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code of any other applicable jurisdiction that now or hereafter substantially includes the 1994 revisions to Article 8 thereof as adopted by the American Law Institute and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and approved by the American Bar Association on February 14, 1995.
Uniform Commercial Code. Terms relating to Collateral used and not otherwise defined herein that are defined in the UCC shall have the meanings set forth in the UCC, as applicable and as the context requires.