Default Effect definition

Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by (a) 15% for each occurrence of any Major Default, or (b) 5% for each occurrence of any Minor Default, and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred, with the sum of the foregoing then becoming the Outstanding Balance under this Note as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred; provided that the Default Effect may only be applied three (3) times hereunder with respect to Major Defaults and three (3) times hereunder with respect to Minor Defaults; and provided further that the Default Effect shall not apply to any Event of Default pursuant to Section 4.1(b) hereof.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by (a) fifteen percent (15%) for each occurrence of any Major Default, or (b) five percent (5%) for each occurrence of any Minor Default, and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred, with the sum of the foregoing then becoming the Outstanding Balance under this Note as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred; provided that the Default Effect may only be applied three (3) times hereunder with respect to Major Defaults and three (3) times hereunder with respect to Minor Defaults; and provided further that the Default Effect shall not apply to any Event of Default pursuant to Section 4.1(b) hereof.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by 10% for the first occurrence of any Event of Default (other than an Event of Default pursuant to Section 5.1(b) hereof), and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred, with the sum of the foregoing then becoming the Outstanding Balance under this Note as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred.

Examples of Default Effect in a sentence

  • The Default Effect shall automatically apply upon the occurrence of an Event of Default without the need for any party to give any notice or take any other action.

  • The “Mandatory Default Amount” means the greater of (i) the Outstanding Balance (including all Tranches, both Conversion Eligible Tranches and Subsequent Tranches that have not yet become Conversion Eligible Tranches) divided by the Installment Conversion Price (as defined below) on the date the Mandatory Default Amount is demanded, multiplied by the volume weighted average price (the “VWAP”) on the date the Mandatory Default Amount is demanded, or (ii) the Default Effect.

  • At any time and from time to time after Lender becomes aware of the occurrence of any Event of Default, Lender may apply the Default Effect and accelerate this Note by written notice to Borrower, with the Outstanding Balance becoming immediately due and payable in cash.

  • The “Mandatory Default Amount” means 100% multiplied by the applicable Outstanding Balance (the “Default Effect”), provided that the Default Effect may only be applied with respect to the first two (2) events of default that occur.

  • Table A5: The Default Effect on Participation and Contribution (as of July 15) Panel A: The effect on participationDependent Variable: Participates (=1) Notes: Participates (=1) is a binary variable that equals one if the contribution rate is greater than zero, Contribution (% of Salary) is the monthy contribution rate into M- Pasandaz as a percent of total salary, and an observation is an employee.


More Definitions of Default Effect

Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by 10% and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred, with the sum of the foregoing then becoming the Outstanding Balance under this Note as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by 17.5%.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by five percent (5%) and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance.
Default Effect means multiplying the Royalty Repayment Amount as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by 15%.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred by (a) 15% for each occurrence of any Major Default, or (b) 5% for each occurrence of any Minor Default, and then adding the resulting product to the Outstanding Balance as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred, with the sum of the foregoing then becoming the Outstanding Balance under this Note as of the date the applicable Event of Default occurred; provided that the Default Effect may only be applied three (3) times hereunder with respect to Major Defaults and three (3) times hereunder with respect to Minor Defaults; and provided further that the Default Effect shall not apply to any Event of Default pursuant to Section 4.1(b) hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in no event shall the Default Effect result in increases to the Outstanding Balance exceeding, in the aggregate, 25%.
Default Effect means multiplying the Outstanding Balance as of the date the Event of Default occurred by ten percent (10%).