Bankruptcy Loss definition

Bankruptcy Loss. With respect to any Mortgage Loan, a Deficient Valuation or Debt Service Reduction; provided, however, that a Bankruptcy Loss shall not be deemed a Bankruptcy Loss hereunder so long as the Master Servicer has notified the Trustee in writing that the Master Servicer is diligently pursuing any remedies that may exist in connection with the related Mortgage Loan and either (A) the related Mortgage Loan is not in default with regard to payments due thereunder or (B) delinquent payments of principal and interest under the related Mortgage Loan and any related escrow payments in respect of such Mortgage Loan are being advanced on a current basis by the Master Servicer, in either case without giving effect to any Debt Service Reduction or Deficient Valuation.
Bankruptcy Loss. With respect to any Mortgage Loan, a Deficient Valuation or Debt Service Reduction; provided, however, that neither a Deficient Valuation nor a Debt Service Reduction shall be deemed a Bankruptcy Loss hereunder so long as the Master Servicer has notified the Trustee in writing that the Master Servicer is diligently pursuing any remedies that may exist in connection with the representations and warranties made regarding the related Mortgage Loan and either (A) the related Mortgage Loan is not in default with regard to payments due thereunder or (B) delinquent payments of principal and interest under the related Mortgage Loan and any premiums on any applicable primary hazard insurance policy and any related escrow payments in respect of such Mortgage Loan are being advanced on a current basis by the Master Servicer or a Subservicer, in either case without giving effect to any Debt Service Reduction.

Examples of Bankruptcy Loss in a sentence

  • The Distribution Date on which the Bankruptcy Loss Limit has been reduced to zero (or less than zero).

  • The Class B Certificateholders shall bear all Excess Credit Losses, Bankruptcy Losses up to the Bankruptcy Loss Limit, Fraud Losses up to the Fraud Loss Limit and Special Hazard Losses up to the Special Hazard Loss Limit until the Class B Principal Balance equals zero.

  • The Distribution Date on which the Bankruptcy Loss Limit has been reduced to zero.

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  • Excess Losses: For any Distribution Date, the amount of any (i) Fraud Losses in excess of the Fraud Loss Amount, (ii) Special Hazard Losses in excess of the Special Hazard Loss Amount or (iii) Bankruptcy Losses in excess of the Bankruptcy Loss Amount.


More Definitions of Bankruptcy Loss

Bankruptcy Loss. With respect to any Mortgage Loan, a Deficient Valuation or Debt Service Reduction; provided, however, that a Bankruptcy Loss shall not be deemed a Bankruptcy Loss hereunder so long as the applicable Servicer has notified the Master Servicer and the Trustee in writing that such Servicer is diligently pursuing any remedies that may exist in connection with the representations and warranties made regarding the related Mortgage Loan and either (A) the related Mortgage Loan is not in default with regard to payments due thereunder or (B) delinquent payments of principal and interest under the related Mortgage Loan and any premiums on any applicable primary hazard insurance policy and any related escrow payments in respect of such Mortgage Loan are being advanced on a current basis by such Servicer without giving effect to any Debt Service Reduction.
Bankruptcy Loss. A loss on a Mortgage Loan arising out of (i) a reduction in the scheduled Monthly Payment for such Mortgage Loan by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under the United States Bankruptcy Code, other than any such reduction that arises out of clause (ii) of this definition of "Bankruptcy Loss," including, without limitation, any such reduction that results in a permanent forgiveness of principal, or (ii) with respect to any Mortgage Loan, a valuation, by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under such Bankruptcy Code, of the related Mortgaged Property in an amount less than the then outstanding Principal Balance of such Mortgage Loan.
Bankruptcy Loss means a loss arising from a proceeding under the United States Bankruptcy Code or any other similar state law or other proceeding with respect to the Mortgagor of, or Mortgaged Property under, a Mortgage Loan, including, without limitation, any Deficient Valuation Amount or losses, if any, resulting from any Debt Service Reduction Amount for the month in which the related Remittance Date occurs.
Bankruptcy Loss. For any Distribution Date and any Mortgage Loan, (i) the amount of any permanent forgiveness of principal with respect to such Mortgage Loan by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under the United States Bankruptcy Code as of the related Due Date, other than any such forgiveness of principal that arises out of clause (ii) of this definition of “Bankruptcy Loss,” or (ii) the amount, if any, by which the then outstanding principal balance of such Mortgage Loan exceeds any valuation, as of the related Due Date, by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under the United States Bankruptcy Code, of the related Mortgaged Property, in each case, to the extent not previously allocated to the Certificates as a Realized Loss.
Bankruptcy Loss. A loss on a Loan arising out of (i) a reduction in the scheduled Monthly Payment for such Loan by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under the United States Bankruptcy Code, other than any such reduction that arises out of clause (ii) of this definition of "Bankruptcy Loss," including, without limitation, any such reduction that results in a permanent forgiveness of principal, or (ii) with respect to any Loan, a valuation, by a court of competent jurisdiction in a case under such Bankruptcy Code, of the related Mortgaged Property in an amount less than the then outstanding Principal Balance of such Loan.