Directing definition

Directing means managing rather than first line supervision.
Directing any borrower such that Seller would be subject to any liability with respect to any environmental matters in connection with any security, borrower’s operations or any borrower’s property; and Seller has not foreclosed on a loan or taken over security in a manner that would result in liability under Environmental Laws, including but not limited to that it has taken “reasonable steps” to divest itself of any such properties at the earliest practicable, commercially reasonable time, on commercially reasonable terms.
Directing means that the designee of the President is directing all Federal, state, and private actions to remove a Discharge or mitigate or prevent the threat of a Discharge, pursuant to Section4201(a) of OPA (33 U.S.C. Section1321(c)(1)(B)(ii)or (c)(2)(A)).

Examples of Directing in a sentence

  • For purposes of this Section 9.01, the Directing Certificateholder with the consent of the Holders of the Controlling Class, shall act on behalf of the Holders of the Controlling Class in purchasing the assets of the Trust and terminating the Trust.

  • To the extent there is only one Controlling Class Certificateholder and it is also the Special Servicer, it shall be the Directing Certificateholder.

  • The Directing Certificateholder is hereby deemed to have agreed by virtue of its purchase of a Certificate to notify the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator, the Trustee and the Operating Advisor when such Certificateholder is appointed Directing Certificateholder and when it is removed or resigns.

  • Subject to the terms of the Servicing Agreement, the Directing Holder shall have the right at any time and from time to time, with or without cause, to replace the Special Servicer then acting with respect to the Mortgage Loan and appoint a Qualified Servicer as the replacement Special Servicer in lieu thereof.

  • Upon receiving such notice of resignation, the Depositor shall use its reasonable best efforts to promptly appoint a successor trustee or successor certificate administrator acceptable to the Master Servicer and, prior to the occurrence and continuance of a Control Termination Event, the Directing Certificateholder by written instrument, in duplicate, which instrument shall be delivered to the resigning Trustee or Certificate Administrator and to the successor trustee or certificate administrator.

  • The Directing Holder may also direct the Special Servicer to take, or to refrain from taking, such other actions with respect to the Mortgage Loan as the Directing Holder may deem advisable, subject to the terms of the Servicing Agreement.

  • Any such determination permitting the resignation of the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer pursuant to clause (a) above shall be evidenced by an Opinion of Counsel (at the expense of the resigning party) to such effect delivered to the Trustee and (prior to the occurrence of a Consultation Termination Event) the Directing Certificateholder.

  • Any successor Special Servicer shall be subject to the rights of the Directing Holder under Section 3.22(b) of this Agreement.

  • No appointment of a successor to the Master Servicer or Special Servicer hereunder shall be effective until the assumption by such successor of all the Master Servicer’s or Special Servicer’s responsibilities, duties and liabilities hereunder, which appointment has been approved, if no Control Termination Event has occurred and is continuing, by the Directing Holder, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld.

  • In addition, upon written request to the Certificate Administrator of any Certificateholder or Certificate Owner (if applicable) that has provided an Investor Certification, the Certificate Administrator shall promptly notify such Certificateholder or Certificate Owner of the identity of the then-current Directing Certificateholder.

More Definitions of Directing

Directing in management means instructing, guiding, supervising, motivating, and promoting teamwork. In the earlier set-up for developmental works, a hierarchy of departmental people was made responsible for directing project activities. They were also technically qualified. Under People’s Planning the various government departments were not deployed to work under the local bodies. The technical staff of the local bodies is insufficient to undertake effective directing function. The regular departmental staff is, in principle, supposed to support the local body in developmental works. However, their roles and responsibilities remain vague and unspecified. The beneficiary committee often does not have the technical expertise nor is trained in directing. The resource persons whose services are taken to fill in the gap do not have clearly defined roles and responsibilities of the directing function.
Directing class or similar class having authority to appoint a special servicer and/or to consent or approve proposed actions of the special servicer; and (ii) if the Loan is participated or severed into one or more note(s) or component(s) such that one note or component is junior to another note or component, then, regardless of whether any note or component is included in a Secondary Market Transaction, the unanimous consent is obtained of all the holders of such junior note or component.
Directing action means “causing” or “effecting” it, not merely “influencing” though we can say “decisively influencing.”

Related to Directing

  • appropriate procedures means procedures reasonably designed to prevent and detect errors and omissions. In determining the reasonableness of such procedures, weight will be given to such factors as are appropriate, including the prior occurrence of any similar errors or omissions when such procedures were in place and transfer agent industry standards, if known, in place at the time of the occurrence.

  • Applicable Procedures means, with respect to any transfer or exchange of or for beneficial interests in any Global Note, the rules and procedures of the Depositary, Euroclear and Clearstream that apply to such transfer or exchange.

  • Redirection means to divert an individual to another more appropriate activity.

  • Instructions means instructions of any Authorized Person received by the Bank, via telephone, telex, TWX, facsimile transmission, bank wire or other teleprocess or electronic instruction or trade information system acceptable to the Bank which the Bank believes in good faith to have been given by Authorized Persons or which are transmitted with proper testing or authentication pursuant to terms and conditions which the Bank may specify. Unless otherwise expressly provided, all Instructions shall continue in full force and effect until canceled or superseded. Any Instructions delivered to the Bank by telephone shall promptly thereafter be confirmed in writing by an Authorized Person (which confirmation may bear the facsimile signature of such Person), but the Customer will hold the Bank harmless for the failure of an Authorized Person to send such confirmation in writing, the failure of such confirmation to conform to the telephone instructions received or the Bank's failure to produce such confirmation at any subsequent time. The Bank may electronically record any Instructions given by telephone, and any other telephone discussions with respect to the Custody Account. The Customer shall be responsible for safeguarding any testkeys, identification codes or other security devices which the Bank shall make available to the Customer or its Authorized Persons.

  • direct “notify” “notice” or “request” means apply approve approval consent direct notify notice or request (as the case may be) in writing;

  • Directions means the directions contemplated in section 27(2) of the Act, issued by a Cabinet member relating to his or her line functions, after consultation with the Cabinet members responsible for cooperative governance and traditional affairs and justice and correctional services;

  • Instructional day means a day that:

  • Direction by a Person means a written direction signed:

  • Redirection Notice shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 14(c).

  • Instruction means a notification communicated to the issuer of an uncertificated security which directs that the transfer of the security be registered or that the security be redeemed.

  • Instruction Letter means a letter agreement between the Borrowers and each Subservicer substantially in the form of Exhibit J attached hereto, in which such Persons acknowledge the Lender's security interest in the Mortgage Loans, and agree to remit any collections with respect to the Mortgage Loans as the Lender may so direct from time to time, which Instruction Letter may be delivered by Lender to such Subservicer in its sole discretion.

  • Administrative Procedures means the Administrative Procedures of Minnesota Management & Budget developed in accord with M.S. 43A.04, subdivision 4.

  • Applicable Depository Procedures means, with respect to any transfer or transaction involving a Global Security or beneficial interest therein, the rules and procedures of the Depositary for such Security, in each case to the extent applicable to such transaction and as in effect from time to time.

  • Authorized Instructions shall have the meaning set forth in Section 1.5.

  • Participant Direction Procedures means such instructions, guidelines or policies, the terms of which are incorporated herein, as shall be established pursuant to Section 4.10 and observed by the Administrator and applied and provided to Participants who have Participant Directed Accounts.

  • Authorized Investment means any type of instrument, security, participation or other property in which Cash Collateral may be invested or reinvested, as described in Section 5(f) hereof and Appendix 4 hereto (and as such Appendix may be amended from time to time by written agreement of the parties).

  • Authorized Investments means: any investment which may be authorized by the Commission but does not include restricted investments as specified in the Offering Documents from time to time.

  • Indirect Depository Participant A broker, dealer, bank or other financial institution or other Person maintaining a custodial relationship with a Depository Participant.

  • Request for an accounting means a record authenticated by a debtor requesting that the recipient provide an accounting of the unpaid obligations secured by collateral and reasonably identifying the transaction or relationship that is the subject of the request.

  • Directed means under a direction of the Director of Technical Education 3 or the chief executive officer of an approved college 4;

  • Depository Agent is defined in Section 2.6(a) of the Agreement.

  • Common Depository has the meaning specified in Section 304(b).

  • Direct access means access to a patient or resident or to a patient's or resident's property, financial information, medical records, treatment information, or any other identifying information.

  • As directed means the direction given by the Engineer In-Charge/Client/ Consultant.

  • Technical Direction means developing work statements, determining parameters, directing other Contractors' operations, or resolving technical controversies.

  • Medical direction means direction, advice, or orders provided by a medical director, supervising physician, or physician designee (in accordance with written parameters and protocols) to emergency medical care personnel.