WRITE Sample Clauses

WRITE. DOWN TO VALUE Any securities which have permanently declined in value as determined by the General Partner will be written down to their value pursuant to the provisions of this Section 8 as of the date of such determination.
WRITE. DOWN AT THE POINT OF NON-VIABILITY
WRITE. OFF CRITERIA ------------------ Automatic write-off will occur when the account reaches 210 days delinquent. Aging method will be based on contractual agreement and derived from the full balance.
WRITE. VOID” on a check from your checking account. (Not necessary if you are using a savings account to pay for services)
WRITE. Office of the Special Trustee (OST) Attn: Trust Beneficiary Call Center 0000 Xxxxxxxx Xx., XX Xxxxxxxxxxx, XX 00000 CALL: Toll Free: 1- 888 - 678- 6836 Where can I get more Information? • Website. The Buyback Program Website has resources for both landowners and tribes. Visit xxx.xxx.xxx/xxxxxxxxxxxxxx • Outreach Events. Assistance will be available at local outreach events to answer questions or assist with completing the Purchase Offer Package. Questions? Thank you for attending the Landowner’s Workshop.
WRITE. BACK OF ANY DATE RECOGNITION EXCLUSION. In the event any of LESSEE’s insurances (either the primary insurance or the reinsurance) contain any date recognition exclusion clause or similar clause excluding from such insurance coverage damage to any property (including the Aircraft) or death or injury to any person on account of accidents, incidents or occurrences caused by date recognition or other Year 2000-related problems, LESSEE at its cost will obtain for the benefit of itself and LESSOR the broadest write-back available in the insurance market where Lessee places its insurance with respect to such exclusion.

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  • Impairments It is the intention of the First Lien Secured Parties of each Series that the holders of First Lien Obligations of such Series (and not the First Lien Secured Parties of any other Series) bear the risk of (i) any determination by a court of competent jurisdiction that (x) any of the First Lien Obligations of such Series are unenforceable under applicable law or are subordinated to any other obligations (other than another Series of First Lien Obligations), (y) any of the First Lien Obligations of such Series do not have an enforceable security interest in any of the Collateral securing any other Series of First Lien Obligations and/or (z) any intervening security interest exists securing any other obligations (other than another Series of First Lien Obligations) on a basis ranking prior to the security interest of such Series of First Lien Obligations but junior to the security interest of any other Series of First Lien Obligations or (ii) the existence of any Collateral for any other Series of First Lien Obligations that is not Shared Collateral (any such condition referred to in the foregoing clauses (i) or (ii) with respect to any Series of First Lien Obligations, an “Impairment” of such Series); provided that the existence of a maximum claim with respect to Mortgaged Properties (as defined in the Credit Agreement) which applies to all First Lien Obligations shall not be deemed to be an Impairment of any Series of First Lien Obligations. In the event of any Impairment with respect to any Series of First Lien Obligations, the results of such Impairment shall be borne solely by the holders of such Series of First Lien Obligations, and the rights of the holders of such Series of First Lien Obligations (including, without limitation, the right to receive distributions in respect of such Series of First Lien Obligations pursuant to Section 2.01) set forth herein shall be modified to the extent necessary so that the effects of such Impairment are borne solely by the holders of the Series of such First Lien Obligations subject to such Impairment. Additionally, in the event the First Lien Obligations of any Series are modified pursuant to applicable law (including, without limitation, pursuant to Section 1129 of the Bankruptcy Code), any reference to such First Lien Obligations or the First Lien Documents governing such First Lien Obligations shall refer to such obligations or such documents as so modified.

  • Company’s Accounting System The Company maintains a system of accounting controls sufficient to provide reasonable assurances that (i) transactions are executed in accordance with management's general or specific authorization; (ii) transactions are recorded as necessary to permit preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles and to maintain accountability for assets; (iii) access to assets is permitted only in accordance with management's general or specific authorization; and (iv) the recorded accountability for assets is compared with existing assets at reasonable intervals and appropriate action is taken with respect to any differences.

  • Depreciation The Company treats Memorabilia and Collectibles assets as collectible and therefore will not depreciate or amortize the Series #MANTLE1952TOPPSPSA8 going forward. SERIES #Mantle1952ToppsPSA8 Sport Baseball Professional League Major League Baseball Player Mxxxxx Xxxxxx Team Yankees Season 1952 Memorabilia Type Cards Manufacturer Topps Card # in Set 311 Population Report 35 (PSA NM-MT 8) Subject Topps Authentication PSA 50001148 Grade NM-MT 8 Schedule II to Sixth Amendment to Collectable Sports Assets, LLC Amended and Restated Limited Liability Company Agreement Exhibit 34 Series Designation of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET, a series of Collectable Sports Assets, LLC Capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings assigned to such terms in the Limited Liability Company Agreement of Collectable Sports Assets, LLC, as in effect as of the effective date set forth below (the “Agreement”). References to Sections and Articles set forth herein are references to Sections and Articles of the Agreement. Name of Series #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET, a series of Collectable Sports Assets, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company Date of establishment December 10, 2020 Managing Member CS Asset Manager, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, is appointed as the Managing Member of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET with effect from the effective date hereof and shall continue to act as the Managing Member of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET until dissolution of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET pursuant to Section 11.1(b) or its removal and replacement pursuant to Section 4.3 or ARTICLE X. Initial Member CS Asset Manager, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company Series Asset The Series Assets of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET shall comprise the asset as further described in Schedule 1 attached hereto, which will be acquired by #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET through that certain Consignment Agreement dated as of November 15, 2020, and any assets and liabilities associated with such asset and such other assets and liabilities acquired by #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET from time to time, as determined by the Managing Member in its sole discretion. Asset Manager CS Asset Manager, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. Management Fee As stated in Section 7.1 of the Agreement. Issuance Subject to Section 6.3(a)(i), the maximum number of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests the Company can issue may not exceed the purchase price, in the aggregate, of $150,000. Number of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests held by the Managing Member and its Affiliates The Managing Member must purchase a minimum of 0.5% and may purchase additional #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests (including in excess of 10%), in its sole discretion, through the Offering. Broker Dalmore Group, LLC, a New York limited liability company. Brokerage Fee Up to 1.00% of the gross proceeds of the Interests from #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET sold at the Initial Offering of the #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests (excluding the #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests acquired by any Person other than Investor Members). Other rights Holders of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests shall have no conversion, exchange, sinking fund, redemption or appraisal rights, no preemptive rights to subscribe for any securities of the Company and no preferential rights to distributions of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET Interests. Officers There shall initially be no specific officers associated with #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET, although, the Managing Member may appoint Officers of #JORDAN85NIKEBASKET from time to time, in its sole discretion. Aggregate Ownership Limit As stated in Section 1.1. Minimum Interests One (1) Interest per Member. Schedule 1 Asset Description Overview and authentication · Nike released one of the first Mxxxxxx Xxxxxx cards period, filled with MJ iconography. It’s got the classic Jumpman pose that’s synonymous with both Jordan and shoes. It’s a classic photo that also showcases the original Jordan 1 sneakers. · The card is part of a six-card promo set that also has some other Nike athletes at the time like Jxxx XxXxxxx and Dxxxxx Xxxxxx. All are over-sized, measuring a little more than 3″ x 5″. · Although not an overly rare release, prices have taken off in recent years. This shouldn’t be overly surprising given that it predates his 1986-87 Fleer Rookie Card. Some consider it to be his “rookie card.” · In 1985 a young man named "Jordan" took to the air wearing shoes by Nike giving birth to one of the most popular and lucrative deals between athlete and endorser. Both basketball and marketing worlds would never be the same. Not only did Jordan change how the game was played, he changed how the game would be perceived by the public. · The card features THE iconic image of the MJ logo and symbolizes the birth of Air Jordan. This is one of the first card collectibles to feature the phenom from North Carolina and it crosses sneakers and sports cards. Notable Features: · Given its oversized nature at 3″ x 5″, some consider it difficult to source in high grades due to issues of storing. Notable Defects: There are none.

  • Reversals In the event that the Receiver purchases an Asset (and assumes the Related Liability) that it is not required to purchase pursuant to this Section 3.4, the Assuming Institution shall repurchase such Asset (and assume such Related Liability) from the Receiver at a price computed so as to achieve the same economic result as would apply if the Receiver had never purchased such Asset pursuant to this Section 3.4.

  • Amortization Such Mortgage Loan does not provide for negative amortization unless such Mortgage Loan is an ARD Mortgage Loan, in which case it may occur only after the Anticipated Repayment Date.

  • Chargebacks Failure to comply with the Rules will reduce Processor or Member Bank’s ability to reverse chargebacks and increase the likelihood of your receiving a chargeback. You may be subject to a chargeback on sales for a minimum period of 180 days from the date the sale was entered into the Association’s processing system. Processor may hold funds from your account to cover any chargebacks for the later of 270 days following the effective date of termination of this Agreement or 180 days from the date of your last chargeback. Processor or Member Bank will mail all chargeback documentation to the address provided by you. You agree to respond promptly to all chargebacks. If Processor or Member Bank elects, at its discretion, to take action on chargebacks after the Association time limits have expired, such action shall be done at additional cost. You will not redeposit sales that have been previously charged back and not represented. This restriction applies whether or not the Cardholder consents to such activity. If you receive a chargeback for an international Cardholder, you are responsible for any currency conversion differences in the dollar amount. You will be charged the fee indicated on the Merchant Application for each chargeback.

  • Attrition Attrition means that as people leave their jobs because they retire, resign, transfer, die or are promoted then they may not be replaced. In addition or alternatively, there may be a partial or complete freeze on recruiting new employees or on promotions.

  • Backlog Set forth on Schedule 2.13 is the backlog of orders that the Company is to ship or contract work to be performed as of the date hereof (the "Backlog"). The Company either possesses sufficient inventory of parts, materials and personnel to produce the same within their scheduled delivery dates or such parts or materials have lead times such that the Company can acquire such parts and materials in time to produce and ship or perform such backlog in accordance with the scheduled performance dates.

  • Reserves There may be set aside out of any funds of the Corporation available for dividends such sum or sums as the Board of Directors from time to time, in its absolute discretion, thinks proper as a reserve or reserves to meet contingencies, or for equalizing dividends, or for repairing or maintaining any property of the Corporation or for such other purpose as the Board of Directors shall think conducive to the interest of the Corporation, and the Board of Directors may similarly modify or abolish any such reserve.

  • Allowances § 3.8.1 The Contractor shall include in the Contract Sum all allowances stated in the Contract Documents. Items covered by allowances shall be supplied for such amounts and by such persons or entities as the Owner may direct, but the Contractor shall not be required to employ persons or entities to whom the Contractor has reasonable objection.