Actuarial Loan definition

Actuarial Loan. Any Mortgage Loan as to which, pursuant to the Note related thereto, interest is computed and charged to the Mortgagor at the Mortgage Rate on the outstanding principal balance of such Note as of a scheduled day of each month which is fixed at the time of origination, with the effect that Scheduled Payments made by the related Mortgagor on such Mortgage Loan either earlier or later than the scheduled due dates thereof will not affect the amortization schedule or the relative application of such payments to principal and interest.
Actuarial Loan means a Home Equity Loan for which the relative application of each Monthly Payment to interest and principal is based on the period between Due Dates and not on the timing of receipt of such Monthly Payment.
Actuarial Loan means any Auto Loan in which the method of allocating payments of principal and interest is the Actuarial Method.

Examples of Actuarial Loan in a sentence

  • All calculations of interest in respect of the Principal Balance of an Actuarial Loan or in respect of the Notes or the Certificates shall be made on the basis of a 360-day year consisting of twelve 30-day months.

  • Advances shall be calculated on a 30/360 basis for any Actuarial Loan and on a actual/365 day basis for any Simple Interest Loan.

  • SERVICER OBLIGATIONS FOR PREPAYMENT The Servicer will be obligated to pay, from its own funds, Prepayment Interest INTEREST SHORTFALLS: Shortfalls for any prepayment in full on an Actuarial Loan, but only to the extent of 50% of its Servicing Fee for the related collection period.

  • Not later than 12:00 noon New York time on each Determination Date, the Servicer shall remit to the Certificate Administrator for deposit in the Certificate Account an amount (as indicated in the Servicer's Certificate prepared pursuant to Section 6.06), to be distributed on the related Distribution Date pursuant to Section 6.04, equal to the aggregate amount of scheduled principal and interest (net of the Servicing Fee) for each Delinquent Mortgage Loan that is an Actuarial Loan.

Related to Actuarial Loan

  • Actuarial Receivable means a Receivable under which the portion of the payment allocated to interest and the portion allocable to principal is determined in accordance with the Actuarial Method.

  • Actuarial valuation means a mathematical determination of

  • Actuarial opinion means the opinion of an appointed actuary regarding the adequacy of the reserves and related actuarial items based on an asset adequacy analysis in accordance with subrule 5.34(6) and with applicable actuarial standards.

  • Actuarial certification means a written statement by a member of the American Academy of Actuaries or other individual acceptable to the Insurance Commissioner that a small employer carrier is in compliance with the provisions of Section 6515 of this title, based upon the person's examination, including a review of the appropriate records and of the actuarial assumptions and methods used by the small employer carrier in establishing premium rates for applicable health benefit plans;

  • Actuarial equivalent means a benefit of equal value when computed upon the basis of actuarial

  • Actuarial method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment on a Receivable between principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is the product of one-twelfth (1/12) of the APR on the Receivable multiplied by the scheduled principal balance of the Receivable.

  • Pension Benefit means a pension, annuity, gratuity or similar allowance which is payable—

  • Actuarially Equivalent means a benefit of equivalent value but of different form of payment to a specified benefit, as determined on a basis of calculation adopted by the University on the advice of the Actuary and which is in accordance with Applicable Pension Laws and Revenue Rules, and in effect on the date such determination is being made. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the University may adopt a basis that eases administration of the Plan, including the use of unisex factors, provided that such basis is not precluded by Applicable Pension Laws and Revenue Rules.

  • Death Benefit means the insurance amount payable under the Certificate at death of the Insured, subject to all Certificate provisions dealing with changes in the amount of insurance and reductions or termination for age or retirement. It does not include any amount that is only payable in the event of Accidental Death.

  • state pension credit means state pension credit under the State Pension Credit Act 2002;

  • Supplemental Benefit means the monthly benefit payable to the Executive under this Agreement.

  • Accrual Balance means the liability that should be accrued by the Bank under generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”) for the Bank’s obligation to the Executive under this Agreement, applying Accounting Principles Board Opinion No. 12, as amended by Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 106, and the calculation method and discount rate specified hereinafter. The Accrual Balance shall be calculated such that when it is credited with interest each month the Accrual Balance at Normal Retirement Age equals the present value of the normal retirement benefits. The discount rate means the rate used by the Plan Administrator for determining the Accrual Balance. In its sole discretion the Plan Administrator may adjust the discount rate to maintain the rate within reasonable standards according to GAAP.

  • Net death benefit means the amount of the life insurance policy or certificate to be settled less any outstanding debts or liens.

  • Maturity Benefit means the amount of benefit which is payable on maturity i.e. at the end of the Policy term, as stated at the inception of the Policy contract and specified in the Policy Schedule

  • Retirement Benefit means the benefit set forth in Article 5.

  • Canadian Pension Plan means any plan, program or arrangement that is a pension plan for the purposes of any applicable pension benefits legislation or any tax laws of Canada or a Province thereof, whether or not registered under any such laws, which is maintained or contributed to by, or to which there is or may be an obligation to contribute by, any Borrower or any Guarantor in respect of any Person’s employment in Canada with such Borrower or such Guarantor.

  • pension credit ; means the means-tested Guarantee or Savings Credit administered by the Department for Work and Pensions under the State Pension Credit Regulations 2002;

  • Canadian Defined Benefit Pension Plan means a Canadian Pension Plan that contains or has ever contained a “defined benefit provision” as such term is defined in Section 147.1(1) of the Income Tax Act (Canada).

  • Actuarial Standards Board means the board established by the American Academy of Actuaries to develop and promulgate standards of actuarial practice.

  • Lump Sum means the total sum which will have become payable to the Contractor by the Principal upon completion of the Works.

  • Projected Annual Benefit means the annual retirement benefit (adjusted to an actuarial equivalent straight life annuity if such benefit is expressed in a form other than a straight life annuity or Qualified Joint and Survivor Annuity) to which the Participant would be entitled under the terms of the Plan assuming:

  • Plan Benefit means the benefit payable to a Participant as calculated in Article V.

  • Canadian Pension Plans means each pension plan required to be registered under Canadian federal or provincial law that is maintained or contributed to by a Credit Party for its employees or former employees, but does not include the Canada Pension Plan or the Quebec Pension Plan as maintained by the Government of Canada or the Province of Quebec, respectively.

  • Annuity Benefit means a benefit payable by us as described in Part VII.

  • life annuity means an annuity payable under a policy issued to an SRS member for a term ending with, or at a time ascertainable only by reference to, the end of his life;

  • Canadian Benefit Plan means any plan, fund, program or policy, whether oral or written, formal or informal, funded or unfunded, insured or uninsured, providing employee benefits, including medical, hospital care, dental, sickness, accident, disability, life insurance, pension, retirement or savings benefits, under which any Loan Party has any liability with respect to any of its employees or former employees employed in Canada, and includes any Canadian Pension Plan.