Dutch Security Documents definition

Dutch Security Documents means the Dutch Security Agreements, and, after the execution and delivery thereof, each other document executed and delivered by any Dutch Credit Party pursuant to which a Lien is granted (or purported to be granted) in favor of the Collateral Agent to secure the Obligations, each document, if any, executed and delivered by any Dutch Credit Party pursuant to the Additional Inventory Security Actions and each document, if any, executed and delivered by any Dutch Credit Party pursuant to the Additional Account Security Actions.
Dutch Security Documents means (a) Dutch law notarial share pledges over the Equity Interests in each Foreign Subsidiary Loan Party incorporated under Dutch law (including the Dutch Borrower), (b) Dutch law pledges over all receivables owing to any of the Foreign Subsidiary Loan Parties incorporated under Dutch law (which will be notified pledges in respect of intercompany receivables, insurance receivables and bank account receivables and not notified until an Event of Default has occurred in respect of trade receivables), (c) Dutch law pledges over all stock, inventory and other tangible assets located in the Netherlands and all intellectual property rights registered in or in respect of the Netherlands and (d) any other Dutch law security document that may be entered into by any Loan Party.

Examples of Dutch Security Documents in a sentence

The Administrative Agent will reasonably cooperate in assigning its rights under such Parallel Debts to any such successor agent and will reasonably cooperate in transferring all rights under the Dutch Security Documents or the German Security Documents to such successor agent.

The Administrative Agent will reasonably cooperate in assigning its rights under the Parallel Debt U.S. Obligations and the Parallel Debt Foreign Obligations to any such successor agent and will reasonably cooperate in transferring all rights under the Dutch Security Documents to such successor agent.

The charges and encumbrances granted to the Collateral Agent pursuant to the Dutch Security Documents to secure the Parallel Debt are granted to the Collateral Agent in its capacity as creditor of the Parallel Debt and shall not be held on trust.

The Administrative Agent may resign as Administrative Agent upon 20 days’ notice to the Lenders and the U.S. Borrower; provided that, for purposes of the Dutch Security Documents, the German Security Documents, the U.S. Guarantee Agreement and the Foreign Guarantee Agreement, any resignation by the Administrative Agent shall not be effective with respect to its rights under the Parallel Debts until such rights are assigned to the successor agent.

The parties hereto acknowledge and agree that, for purposes of the Dutch Security Documents, any resignation by the Collateral Trustee is not effective until its rights under the Parallel Debt are assigned to the successor Collateral Trustee.


More Definitions of Dutch Security Documents

Dutch Security Documents means, in relation to each applicable Dutch Loan Party (or (a) in the case of a share pledge, each shareholder of the applicable Dutch Loan Party, or (b) in case of a pledge of an Intellectual Property Asset registered in The Netherlands (or, in respect of any trademark or design, the Benelux), the Loan Party that is the holder of that Intellectual Property Asset): (i) Dutch law notarial deeds of pledge of shares over the shares in each Dutch Loan Party as well as the updated shareholders' register in which the pledge of shares has been registered; (ii) Dutch law disclosed deeds of pledge of bank accounts as well as fully executed notices to the respective account banks; (iii) Dutch law disclosed deeds of pledge of intercompany receivables as well as fully executed notices to the respective debtors; (iv) Dutch law disclosed deeds of pledge of insurance receivables as well as fully executed notices to the respective debtors; (v) Dutch law undisclosed deeds of pledge of third party receivables (other than receivables subject to any Lien interest pursuant to another Security Document); (vi) Dutch law undisclosed deeds of pledge over movable assets; (vii) Dutch law notarial deeds of mortgage over any Real Estate Assets located in The Netherlands; and (viii) Dutch law deed of pledge over any Intellectual Property Assets registered in The Netherlands (or, in respect of any trademark or design, the Benelux).
Dutch Security Documents means each Netherlands law governed agreement, deed or instrument pursuant to or in connection with which any Loan Party grants a security interest in any Collateral as security for any and all Parallel Debt.
Dutch Security Documents means (a) each document identified on Schedule S to the Agreement (as such schedule may be amended or supplemented by Agent (at the direction of the Required Lenders) to add additional Dutch Security Documents in connection with the Loan Documents) and (b) any other documents governed by Dutch law under which security rights are granted to Agent.
Dutch Security Documents means each of the Dutch Security Agreements, each of the Dutch Share Pledges, and each other agreement, document or instrument executed by any Loan Party governed by Dutch law which provides for a Lien in favor of the Agent as security for any of the Obligations.
Dutch Security Documents means the Dutch Movables Pledge and, after the execution and delivery thereof, each Additional Security Document governed by Dutch law, together with any other applicable security documents governed by Dutch law from time to time in favor of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Secured Parties.
Dutch Security Documents means, collectively, the Dutch Security Agreement and the Dutch Deeds of Pledge of Shares.