Allowed Secured Claim definition

Allowed Secured Claim means an allowed claim secured by a lien, security interest or other charge against or interest in property in which the Debtor has an interest, or which is subject to setoff under § 553 of the Code, to the extent of the value (determined in accordance with § 506(a) of the Code) of the interest of the holder of any such allowed claim and the Debtor’s interest in such property or to the extent of the amount subject to such setoff as the case may be.
Allowed Secured Claim means all or that portion of a Secured Claim which is an Allowed Claim.
Allowed Secured Claim means a Secured Claim which is or has become an Allowed Claim.

Examples of Allowed Secured Claim in a sentence

  • The $8.5 million principal amount of the Allowed Secured Claim is an agreed compromise of the $15 million secured claim arising in favor of the Guarantors under the "Reimbursement and Security Agreement No. 2", dated April 6, 2001.

  • TCTM’s Allowed Secured Claim will further be adjusted pending resolution of TCTM’s request for payment of professional fees under Bankruptcy Code Section 506.

  • If there is more than one Allowed Secured Claim, then each Allowed Secured Claim shall be classified in a separate subclass (to be designated 1A, 1B, 1C, etc.).

  • Each holder of an Allowed Secured Claim is conclusively presumed to have accepted the Plan and is not entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan.

  • That is, even if no new pair of countries sharing a common value is created, this still increases the probability.


More Definitions of Allowed Secured Claim

Allowed Secured Claim means an Allowed Claim secured by a lien, security
Allowed Secured Claim means that portion of an Allowed Claim which is secured by a valid perfected lien on property of the Debtors, to the extent of the value of the interest of the holder of such Allowed Secured Claim in the property of the Debtors as determined by the Bankruptcy Court pursuant to Bankruptcy Code §506(a), together with interest, fees, costs and charges to the extent allowed by the Bankruptcy Court under Bankruptcy Code §506(b).
Allowed Secured Claim means an Allowed Claim, or that portion thereof, of any creditor of the Debtors who holds a lien or security interest, as those terms are defined in Section 101 of the Code, which Claim has been properly perfected as required by law and determined in accordance with Section 506 of the Code with respect to properties owned by the Debtors. Such Allowed Secured Claim is secured only to the extent of the value of the Debtors' property which the Court finds is subject to a valid security interest of the creditor enforceable against property of the Estate.
Allowed Secured Claim means an Allowed Claim that is secured by a
Allowed Secured Claim means a Claim in Class [1A, 1B, or 1C], as
Allowed Secured Claim means a Secured Claim to the extent it is an Allowed Claim.
Allowed Secured Claim means all or that portion of any Secured Claim that is or has become an Allowed Claim.