Credit and Collection Policies definition

Credit and Collection Policies or “Credit and Collection Policy” means the policies, practices and procedures adopted by the Issuer on the Closing Date, including the policies and procedures for determining the creditworthiness of Obligors and the extension of credit to Obligors, or relating to the maintenance of those types of receivables and the related equipment and collections on those types of receivables and the related equipment.
Credit and Collection Policies means the written credit, collection, customer relations and service policies of the Originators in effect on the Closing Date and attached as Exhibit A to the Funding Agreement, as the same may from time to time be amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified with the prior written consent of the Administrative Agent.
Credit and Collection Policies means the Seller’s and the Servicer’s credit and collection policy or policies relating to Contracts and Receivables and referred to in Exhibit C to the Servicing Agreement, as the same is amended, supplemented or otherwise modified and in effect from time to time in accordance with Section 2.12(c) of the Servicing Agreement; provided, however, if the Servicer is any Person other than the initial Servicer, “Credit and Collection Policies” shall refer to the collection policies of such Servicer as they relate to receivables of a similar nature to the Receivables.

Examples of Credit and Collection Policies in a sentence

  • The aggregate amount of all such credits, adjustments and refinancings made by the Seller in accordance with the Credit and Collection Policies shall be due and payable to the Purchaser on the next Business Day following the Date of Processing in respect thereof.

  • The Seller shall, within sixty (60) days following the Initiation Date for any Receivable, pay to the appropriate insurance underwriters or agents writing insurance in connection with the Contracts and related Receivables the amount of insurance premiums financed in accordance with the Credit and Collection Policies with respect to such Receivable.

  • The Servicer will not make any change in the character of its business or in the Credit and Collection Policies, which change would, in either case, impair the collectability of any Receivable or otherwise have a Material Adverse Effect, except to the extent such change is required as a result of a change in applicable Requirements of Law.

  • The Servicer will comply in all material respects with the Credit and Collection Policies in regard to each Receivable and the related Contract.


More Definitions of Credit and Collection Policies

Credit and Collection Policies means the Servicer’s credit and collection policy or policies relating to Contracts and Receivables existing on the Closing Date and referred to and in accordance with the Servicing Agreement, as the same is amended, supplemented or otherwise modified and in effect from time to time in compliance with Section 2.14(c) of the Servicing Agreement; provided, however, if the Servicer is any Person other than the initial Servicer, “Credit and Collection Policies” shall refer to the collection policies of such Servicer as they relate to receivables of a similar nature to the Receivables.
Credit and Collection Policies means the collection policies and practices from time to time applied by the Seller and notified in writing to the Purchaser and to the Onward Purchaser in relation to Receivables in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Seller originates or administers Receivables;
Credit and Collection Policies means, with respect to an Asset, the credit and collection policies, including loan modification policies, of the related Obligor applicable to origination and servicing of assets of that type, as the same may be amended from time to time in accordance with its usual and customary practices.
Credit and Collection Policies means the PennantPark Floating Rate Ltd Policies and Procedures dated as of May 9, 2011, as amended subject to the terms hereof.
Credit and Collection Policies means, with respect to each credit card program from which Accounts are drawn, Originator’s policies and procedures relating to the operation of such credit card program, including the policies and procedures for determining the creditworthiness of Obligors and the extension of credit to Obligors, and relating to the maintenance of credit card accounts and collection of credit card receivables, as such policies and procedures may be amended from time to time.
Credit and Collection Policies means the customary policies and practices of the Servicer that have been delivered to the Trust relating to the creditworthiness of Obligors, the making of collections and the enforcement of Receivables and the Related Security as such policies and practices may be amended from time to time in accordance with this Agreement;
Credit and Collection Policies means, with respect to any Receivable, those credit and collection policies and practices of the Originator that originated such Receivable in effect on the Amendment and Restatement Effective Date and described in Schedule 3 (Credit and Collection Policies), as modified in compliance with this Agreement, the Originator Sale Agreements and the Servicing Agreement.