Actionable Default definition

Actionable Default means (1) the failure to pay any payment of principal of or interest on any Series of Secured Debt outstanding in the amount of $50.0 million or more resulting in an event of default under the applicable Series of Secured Debt after payment is due, including payments that are due (or if any required offer had been timely made would be due) in respect of any mandatory offer to purchase Parity Secured Debt resulting in an event of default under the applicable Series of Secured Debt, (2) the failure to pay in full, when due and payable in full (whether at maturity, upon acceleration or otherwise), either the Existing Notes, the Credit Agreement Debt or any other Series of Secured Debt (including the Xxxxxx Xxxx Guarantees and the 2014 Notes) outstanding in the amount of $50.0 million or more, (3) the exercise by the Collateral Trustee or any of its co-trustees or agents (including the Credit Agreement Agent) of any right or power that is exercisable by it only upon default to take sole and exclusive dominion or control over any deposits in a deposit account, commodity contract in a commodity account or financial asset in a securities account constituting any Shared Collateral or the delivery of any instructions to the Collateral Trustee directing it to foreclose or otherwise enforce, or to disburse the proceeds of enforcement of, any Lien upon any Collateral, or (4) the occurrence of any Event of Default under the Existing Indentures or the Credit Agreement arising from the commencement of any bankruptcy case, receivership or other insolvency or liquidation proceeding by or against the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or any similar default provision at any time in effect under any indenture or agreement governing any Series of Secured Debt.
Actionable Default means, under the Bank Credit Agreement or the Note Agreement, (a) a Default shall have occurred thereunder as a result of (i) the nonpayment of amounts owing thereunder or under any note issued thereunder when due (if there is no cure or grace period provided thereunder) or after expiration of any applicable cure or grace period provided thereunder, (ii) noncompliance with Sections 5.3, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 or 7.6 of the Bank Credit Agreement or Sections 9.2, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.12 or 10.13 of the Note Agreement, (iii) the bankruptcy or insolvency of the Borrower or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries, including, without limitation, the Guarantors or (iv) the occurrence of a Change of Control under the Bank Credit Agreement or the occurrence of a “Change of Control” under the Note Agreement, (b) a notice shall have been delivered to the Borrower by the Agent under the Bank Credit Agreement or a Noteholder under the Note Agreement indicating that an Event of Default (as defined therein) has occurred and is continuing and the Secured Obligations due under any such Secured Creditor Document are immediately due and payable, to the extent provided for in the applicable Secured Creditor Document, (c) a default shall have occurred under any Collateral Document or Guaranty (defined below) and the Agent, the Collateral Agent, or a Secured Party, as applicable, shall have caused the amounts owing or secured thereunder to become immediately due and payable, to the extent provided for in the applicable Collateral Document or Guaranty or (d) any other Default that is caused by any Rate Management Transaction (as defined in the Bank Credit Agreement) with a Secured Party being terminated by such Secured Party prior to the stated termination date of such Rate Management Transaction, and the Borrower or any Guarantor is required to make a payment to such Secured Party as a result of such termination.
Actionable Default means the occurrence of any of the following:

Examples of Actionable Default in a sentence

  • The foregoing license is granted subject to the conditional limitation that no Actionable Default shall have occurred and be continuing.

  • The right of sale arising out of any Actionable Default shall not be exhausted by any one or more sales.

  • In the event the Mortgagee, acting upon an Act of Secured Debtholders, elects to seek the appointment of a receiver for the Property upon an Actionable Default, the Mortgagor hereby expressly consents to the appointment of such receiver.

  • Each Collateral Trustee shall be entitled to assume conclusively that no Actionable Default has occurred and is continuing until and unless it receives a Notice of Actionable Default.

  • Either or both of the Collateral Trustees may be removed at any time (with or without cause) and a successor trustee or trustees appointed by the Borrower prior to Notice of Actionable Default, and thereafter (unless such notice is withdrawn) by the Credit Facility Agent, provided that the Collateral Trustees or either of them shall be entitled to their fees and expenses accrued to the date of removal.

More Definitions of Actionable Default

Actionable Default means an Event of Default described in clauses (a), (g) and (h) of Section 6.01.
Actionable Default shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Security Agreement.
Actionable Default has the meaning specified in Section 4.01.
Actionable Default has the meaning set forth in the Intercreditor Agreement.
Actionable Default means the occurrence of any event of default under any Secured Debt Document, the result of which is that:
Actionable Default means (i) any Event of Default or (ii) any event of default under and as defined in any agreement pursuant to which Additional Indebtedness is Incurred; provided that only those events which give the Holders or the holders of Additional Indebtedness, as the case may be, the right to accelerate Indebtedness or result in the automatic acceleration of Indebtedness, including after notice or passage of time or both, shall be an Actionable Default.