CMSA Investor Reporting Package definition

CMSA Investor Reporting Package means, collectively:
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. The Commercial Mortgage Securities Association Investor Reporting Package, certain forms of which are attached to the Pooling and Servicing Agreement as Exhibits W and X and elements of which shall be produced as provided in Section 2.1(c) and the Task Description.
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. Collectively:

Examples of CMSA Investor Reporting Package in a sentence

  • Each report hereunder that comprises part of the CMSA Investor Reporting Package shall, to the extent such report presents information regarding the individual Mortgage Loans and Mortgaged Properties, present such information in ascending order of the loan identification number set forth in the Prospectus.

  • Section 4.02 Statements to Certificateholders; CMSA Investor Reporting Package (IRP)s; Grant of Power of Attorney..................

  • Section 4.02 Statements to Certificateholders; CMSA Investor Reporting Package (IRP)s..............................................

  • Section 4.02 Statements to Certificateholders; CMSA Investor Reporting Package (IRP)s...............................................

  • Section 4.02 Statements to Certificateholders; CMSA Investor Reporting Package (IRP)s; Grant of Power of Attorney..........


More Definitions of CMSA Investor Reporting Package

CMSA Investor Reporting Package. Collectively refers to:
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. The Commercial Mortgage Securities Association Investor Reporting Package, elements of which shall be produced as provided in Section 2.1(c) and the Task Description.
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. Collectively refers to
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. The Commercial Mortgage Securities Association Investor Reporting Package, the form of which is set forth in the Pooling and Servicing Agreement.
CMSA Investor Reporting Package. The collection of data files and reports specified by the CMSA from time to time as the "CMSA Investor Reporting Package" available on the CMSA Website. As of the Closing Date, the CMSA Investor Reporting Package contains seven electronic files ((1) CMSA Loan Setup File, (2) CMSA Loan Periodic Update File, (3) CMSA Property File, (4) CMSA Bond Level File, (5) CMSA Collateral Summary File, (6) CMSA Financial File and (7) CMSA Special Servicer Loan File) and eight supplemental reports ((1) CMSA Servicer Watch List, (2) CMSA Delinquent Loan Status Report, (3) CMSA REO Status Report, (4) CMSA Comparative Financial Status Report, (5) CMSA Historical Loan Modification and Corrected Mortgage Loan Report, (6) CMSA Loan Level Reserve/LOC Report, (7) CMSA Total Loan Report and (8) CMSA Advance Recovery Report). In addition, the CMSA Investor Reporting Package shall include the CMSA Operating Statement Analysis Report and the CMSA NOI Adjustment Worksheet. The CMSA Investor Reporting Package shall, after the Closing Date, include such changes to the data files, supplemental reports, and operating statement reports as may from time to time be recommended by the CMSA for commercial mortgage backed securities transaction generally. Which party deems what is acceptable is different by file or report as defined within each individual data file or report definition. For purposes of the applicable Master Servicer's production of the CMSA Loan Setup File, CMSA Property File, CMSA Operating Statement Analysis Report, Comparative Financial Status Report or any other data file or report that is required to state at contribution, at securitization, or allocation information for any period prior to the Cut-off Date, the applicable Master Servicer may conclusively rely (without independent verification), absent manifest error, on information provided to it by the Mortgage Loan Sellers, Underwriters or by the Mortgagors or (x) in the case of such a data file or report produced by the Master Servicer, by the Special Servicer (if other than the applicable Master Servicer or an Affiliate thereof) and (y) in the case of such a data file or report produced by the Special Servicer, by the applicable Master Servicer (if other than the Special Servicer or an Affiliate thereof).