Designated Transaction definition

Designated Transaction means a Transaction which fulfils the following requirements:
Designated Transaction. A transaction in which the assets underlying the Certificates consist of single-family residential, multi-family residential, home equity, manufactured housing and/or commercial mortgage obligations that are secured by single-family residential, multi-family residential, commercial real property or leasehold interests therein.
Designated Transaction means a transaction which fulfils the following requirements:

Examples of Designated Transaction in a sentence

The defeasance of a mortgage obligation and the substitution of a new mortgage obligation in a commercial mortgage-backed Designated Transaction meet the terms and conditions for such defeasance and substitution as are described in the prospectus or private placement memorandum for such Securities, which terms and conditions have been approved by a Rating Agency and does not result in the Securities receiving a lower credit rating from the Rating Agency than the current rating of the Securities.

However, the Department is of the further view that, since the Underwriter Exemption generally provides relief only for the direct or indirect acquisition or disposition of Securities that are not subordinated, no relief would be available if the Securities held by the second Issuer were subordinated to the rights and interests evidenced by other Securities issued by the first Issuer, unless such Securities were issued in a Designated Transaction.

In connection with the implementation of a Benchmark Replacement with respect to any U.S. dollar denominated Floating Rate Covered Bonds calculated by reference to SOFR, the Designated Transaction Representative will have the right to make Benchmark Replacement Conforming Changes with respect to any U.S. dollar denominated Floating Rate Covered Bonds calculated by reference to SOFR from time to time.

Subscriber must not make use of, and a Relying Party must not accept, the signature through a Bank-Cert certificate in any applications other than the type of Designated Transaction specified opposite to the name of the Registration Bank in Appendix E for such type of Bank-Cert certificate.

Whether this would be economically viable will depend on a number of factors, such as the cost of the AVLIS process and the cost of feeding natural uranium with 0.71 percent 235U, including the costs of mining and conversion of natural uranium to metal.


More Definitions of Designated Transaction

Designated Transaction means a transaction which is entered into by the Borrowers with the Swap Provider pursuant to the Master Swap Agreement as contemplated by clause 2.9;
Designated Transaction means a transaction:
Designated Transaction means a Transaction which, without prejudice to the provisions of Clause 4.03, fulfils the following requirements:
Designated Transaction. ’ means a securitization transaction in which the assets of the Issuer (see below) consist of secured consumer receivables, secured credit instruments or secured obligations that bear interest or are purchased at a discount and are: (i) Motor vehicle, home equity and/or manufactured housing consumer receivables; and/or (ii) motor vehicle credit instruments in transactions by or between business entities; and/or (iii) single-family residential, multi- family residential, home equity, manufactured housing and/or commercial mortgage obligations that are secured by single-family residential, multi- family residential, commercial real property or leasehold interests therein.
Designated Transaction means one (1) or more related Acquisitions and/or Investments, or a series of related Acquisitions and/or Investments consummated within a period of six (6) consecutive months, and designated by the Borrower in writing to the Administrative Agent, prior to the end of the Fiscal Quarter in which such related Acquisition and/or Investment, or such related series thereof, as applicable, is made, as a “Designated Transaction”, the total cash and non-cash consideration (including any assumption of Indebtedness, deferred purchase price, earn-out obligations and equity consideration) and/or contributed cash and Property for which shall exceed One-Hundred Fifty Million Dollars ($150,000,000).
Designated Transaction means a Transaction which is entered into by the Borrower with the Bank as contemplated by clause 2.7;
Designated Transaction means, in relation to Bank-Cert (Bank) issued to a bank, the transactions specified opposite the name of that bank for such type of Bank-Cert; and