Additional Default definition

Additional Default means any provision contained in any document or instrument creating or evidencing Indebtedness of the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries which permits the holder or holders of such Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries to purchase such Indebtedness prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in Article VIII of this Agreement, or related definitions in Section 1.1 of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holder or holders of such other Indebtedness (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive or more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in Article VIII of this Agreement, or related definitions in Section 1.1 of this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any document or instrument creating or evidencing Indebtedness of the Company or any Subsidiary which permits the holder or holders of Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company or any Subsidiary to purchase such Indebtedness prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of such other Indebtedness (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any document evidencing Indebtedness (other than the Indebtedness evidenced by this Agreement), or obligations in respect of one or more Swap Agreements, of any one or more of Parent and its Subsidiaries, which permits the holder or holders of Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof, permits any such holder to terminate any such Swap Agreements or otherwise requires Parent or any Subsidiary to purchase any such Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements, prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Automatic Event of Default or Event of Default, or related definitions in Section 1.1, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a sxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of any such Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a sxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Automatic Event of Default or Event of Default, or related definitions in Section 1.1.

Examples of Additional Default in a sentence

  • Additional Default fees These fees may be varied with a minimum of TWO MONTHS written notice from the creditor.

  • If you fail to make two consecutive monthly payments, or fail to make a payment for 60 days if your scheduled payments are more frequent than monthly, we may have additional remedies as provided in the Louisiana Additional Default Remedies Act.

  • Additional Default Fees These fees may be varied with a minimum of TWO MONTHS written notice from the creditor.


More Definitions of Additional Default

Additional Default means any provision contained in any document or instrument creating or evidencing Indebtedness of the Company which permits the Holder or Holders of Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company to purchase such Indebtedness prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in this Agreement, or related definitions in this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the Holders of such other Indebtedness (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in this Agreement, or related definitions in this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any document or instrument creating or evidencing Debt of the Company or any Subsidiary which permits the holder or holders of Debt to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company or any Subsidiary to purchase such Debt prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a sxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of such other Debt (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a sxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any agreement with respect to any Material Financing which permits the holders of such Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company or any Subsidiary to purchase the Indebtedness thereunder prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in Article X of this Agreement, or related definitions in Article I of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the lender under any Material Financing (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in Article X of this Agreement, or related definitions in Article I of this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any document or instrument creating or evidencing Indebtedness of the Company or any Subsidiary which permits the holder or holders of Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company or any Subsidiary to purchase such Indebtedness prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a shorter grace period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of such other Indebtedness (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a shorter grace period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement.
Additional Default means any provision contained in any document evidencing Indebtedness (other than the Indebtedness evidenced by this Agreement), or obligations in respect of one or more Swap Agreements, of any one or more of Parent and its Subsidiaries, which permits the holder or holders of Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof, permits any such holder to terminate any such Swap Agreements or otherwise requires Parent or any Subsidiary to purchase any such Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements, prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Automatic Event of Default or Event of Default, or related definitions in Section 1.1, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a shorter grace period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of any such Indebtedness or obligations in respect of Swap Agreements (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a shorter grace period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Automatic Event of Default or Event of Default, or related definitions in Section 1.1.
Additional Default shall have the meaning assigned in Section 5.06.
Additional Default means any provision which permits the holder or holders of Indebtedness to accelerate (with the passage of time or giving of notice or both) the maturity thereof or otherwise requires the Company or any Subsidiary to purchase such Indebtedness prior to the stated maturity thereof and which either (i) is similar to any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement, but contains one or more percentages, amounts or formulas that is more restrictive or has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period than those set forth herein or is more beneficial to the holders of such other Indebtedness (and such provision shall be deemed an Additional Default only to the extent that it is more restrictive, has a xxxxxxx xxxxx period or is more beneficial) or (ii) is different from the subject matter of any Default or Event of Default contained in paragraph 7 of this Agreement, or related definitions in paragraph 10 of this Agreement.