Examples of Aggregate Outstandings in a sentence
Upon the terms and subject to the conditions hereof, the Bank agrees to make loans (each a "Revolving Credit Loan" and, collectively, the "Revolving Credit Loans") to the Company pursuant to this Section 2.1 on a revolving basis at any time and from time to time during the Revolving Credit Period, during which Period the Company may borrow, repay and reborrow in accordance with the provisions hereof; provided, that the Aggregate Outstandings shall not at any time exceed the Commitment Amount.
To the extent that (i) the Dollar Equivalent Amount of the Aggregate Outstandings exceeds the Total Commitment or (ii) the Dollar Equivalent Amount of all Obligations denominated in Approved Currencies other than Dollars exceeds the Eurocurrency Sublimit due to a change in applicable Exchange Rates, then the Company shall immediately prepay the Revolving Credit Loans to the extent necessary to cause compliance after repayment in full of the Loans with each of the foregoing.
If, after giving effect to the prepayment of all outstanding Loans, the Aggregate Outstandings exceed the Total Commitment then in effect, the Company shall Cash Collateralize the then Letters of Credit Outstanding in an amount (in the Base Currency) equal to such excess.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, at no time shall the Aggregate Letters of Credit Outstanding exceed $1,000,000 and no Letter of Credit shall be issued or created if, after giving effect to the same, the Aggregate Outstandings would exceed the Maximum Principal Amount.
If on any date the sum of the outstanding principal amount of Revolving Loans made by Non-Defaulting Lenders, Swingline Loans and Competitive Bid Loans and the aggregate amount of Letter of Credit Outstandings (all the foregoing, collectively, the "Aggregate Outstandings") exceeds the Adjusted Total Commitment as then in effect, the Borrower shall repay on such date the principal of Swingline Loans and, after Swingline Loans have been paid in full, Revolving Loans, in an amount equal to such excess.