Acquisition Amount definition

Acquisition Amount means, with respect to any Acquisition, the sum (without duplication) of (i) the amount of cash paid as purchase price by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries in connection with such Acquisition, (ii) the value of all Capital Stock issued or given as purchase price by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries in connection with such Acquisition (as determined by the parties thereto under the definitive acquisition agreement), (iii) the amount (determined by using the face amount or the amount payable at maturity, whichever is greater) of all Indebtedness incurred, assumed or acquired by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries in connection with such Acquisition, (iv) all amounts paid in respect of noncompetition agreements, consulting agreements and similar arrangements entered into in connection with such Acquisition, (v) all amounts paid in respect of any earnout obligations or similar deferred or contingent purchase price obligations of the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries incurred or created in connection with such Acquisition and (vi) the aggregate fair market value of all other real, mixed or personal property paid as purchase price by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries in connection with such Acquisition.
Acquisition Amount means, for an Acquired Receivable for which the Acquisition Amount is to be included in Available Funds for a Payment Date, the excess of (i) the present value of the Principal Balance of the Receivable as of the last day of the Collection Period immediately preceding the related Collection Period (calculated using the Discount Rate on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months and assuming each amount is received at the end of the Collection Period in which the amount is scheduled to be received) over (ii) all cash collections and any other cash proceeds received by the Issuer on the related Receivable from (but excluding) the last day of the Collection Period immediately preceding the related Collection Period to the day on which such Receivable becomes an Acquired Receivable.
Acquisition Amount means, on the date of any purchase from Conduit of one or more Purchaser Interests pursuant to Section 13.1, with respect to each Financial Institution, the lesser of (i) such Financial Institution's Pro Rata Share of the sum of (A) the lesser of (1) the Adjusted Liquidity Price of each such Purchaser Interest and (2) the Capital of each such Purchaser Interest and (B) all accrued and unpaid CP Costs for each such Purchaser Interest and (ii) such Financial Institution's unused Commitment.

Examples of Acquisition Amount in a sentence

For the avoidance of doubt, if the Class A Certificateholder and the Issuer cannot agree on the Optional Acquisition Amount, the Class A Certificateholder will not be permitted to exercise its option set forth in Section 8.1(a).

When the Servicer’s payment of the Acquisition Amount for a Receivable is included in Available Funds for a Payment Date, the Issuer will be deemed to have transferred and assigned to the Servicer, effective as of the last day of the Collection Period immediately preceding the related Collection Period, all of the Issuer’s right, title and interest in the Receivable and all security and documents relating to the Receivable.

When the Servicer’s payment of the Acquisition Amount for the applicable Receivables becomes included in Available Funds for a Payment Date, the Issuer will be deemed to have transferred and absolutely assigned to the Servicer, effective as of the last day of the Collection Period before the related Collection Period, all of the Issuer’s right, title and interest in such Receivables and all security and documents relating to such Receivables.

If an Originator or the Servicer allows a device payment plan agreement that is a Receivable to be transferred to a new Obligor, the Marketing Agent shall acquire such Receivable and deposit, or cause the related Originator to acquire and deposit, into the Collection Account an amount equal to the applicable Acquisition Amount for the related Receivable on or prior to the second Business Day before the Payment Date related to the Collection Period in which such transfer occurred.

The Servicer will acquire any Bankruptcy Surrendered Receivables by remitting the Acquisition Amount for the related Bankruptcy Surrendered Receivables on or prior to the second Business Day before the Payment Date related to the Collection Period during which the Receivable became a Bankruptcy Surrendered Receivable.


More Definitions of Acquisition Amount

Acquisition Amount means, on the date of any purchase from FALCON of Receivable Interests pursuant to SECTION 2.1, (i) with respect to each Investor other than First Chicago, the lesser of (a) such Investor's Pro Rata Share of the FALCON Transfer Price and (b) such Investor's unused Commitment and (ii) with respect to First Chicago, the difference between (a) the FALCON Transfer Price and (b) the aggregate amount payable by all other Investors on such date pursuant to clause (i) above.
Acquisition Amount means $731,500.00 and is the amount represented by Lessee to be sufficient to acquire the Leased Property and pay any ancillary costs associated therewith.
Acquisition Amount means $ . The Acquisition Amount represented by the Lessee to be sufficient, together with other funds (if any) that are legally available, for the purpose to acquire and install the Equipment.
Acquisition Amount means the amount specified in each Lease and represented by Lessee to be sufficient to acquire the Equipment listed in such Lease, which amount shall be not less than $ .
Acquisition Amount means $2,985,314. The Acquisition Amount is the amount represented by Lessee to be sufficient, together with proceeds from Lessee if any, to acquire the Equipment.
Acquisition Amount means, with respect to each Lease, the amount specified in the related Schedule and represented by Lessee to be sufficient, together with other funds (if any) that are legally available for the purpose, to acquire and install the Equipment listed in such Lease.
Acquisition Amount means, on the date of any purchase from Falcon of one or more Receivable Interests pursuant to Section 13.1, (a) with respect to each Financial Institution (other than any Unconditional Liquidity Provider), the lesser of (i) such Financial Institution's Pro Rata Share of the sum of (A) the lesser of (1) the Adjusted Liquidity Price of each such Receivable Interest and (2) the Capital of each such Receivable Interest and (B) all accrued and unpaid CP Costs for each such Receivable Interest and (ii) such Financial Institution's unused Commitment and (b) with respect to each Unconditional Liquidity Provider, the lesser of (i) such Unconditional Liquidity Provider's Pro Rata Share of the sum of (A) the Capital of each such Receivable Interest and (B) all accrued and unpaid CP Costs for each such Receivable Interest and (ii) such Unconditional Liquidity Provider's unused Commitment.