Definition of 2006 Senior Notes


2006 Senior Notes means the Company’s 5.85% Senior Notes due April 30, 2016.


2006 Senior Notes means Borrower’s 8 5/8% Senior Unsecured Notes due August 1, 2006 in an aggregate principal amount of U.S.$200,000,000.

2006 Senior Notes means the 5.68% Senior Notes, Series A, due December 7, 2017 in the aggregate principal amount of $50,000,000 issued by the Borrower pursuant to the 2006 Note Purchase Agreement and the 5.68% Senior Notes, Series B, due December 7, 2018 in the aggregate principal amount of $25,000,000 issued by the Borrower pursuant to the 2006 Note Purchase Agreement, in each case as amended or modified from time to time and including any notes issued in exchange or replacement for such notes, and any other securities issued pursuant to the 2006 Note Purchase Agreement at any time.

Examples of 2006 Senior Notes in a sentence

In a letter dated March 29, 2006, the Division informed CIF1 that its Series 2006 Senior Notes had been registered for sale in South Carolina and that this registration would expire one year from March 22, 2006.
CIF 1 has not provided the existing note holder referenced in the preceding paragraph with a copy of a 2007 prospectus; however, that note holder has a copy of CIFl 's prospectus for its Series 2006 Senior Notes.
The Company did not make interest payments on its 2006 Senior Notes following November 29, 2002.
As part of the Company’s financial restructuring, on February 23, 2005, the principal of and accrued and unpaid interest on its 2006 Senior Notes was converted into an aggregate principal amount of US$256.5 million of its 2012 Senior Notes and 9,559,019 of its Series B Shares.
At December 31, 2004, before recognizing the effects of the financial restructuring, the Company had outstanding $3,617,106 (US$301.7 million) aggregate principal amount of its 2006 Senior Notes.



More definitions of 2006 Senior Notes

2006 Senior Notes means those certain 9.5% senior notes of GGC due 2014 issued pursuant to the 2006 Senior Indenture.