Eligible Receivables definition

Eligible Receivables means and include with respect to each Borrower, each Receivable of such Borrower arising in the Ordinary Course of Business and which Agent, in its sole credit judgment, shall deem to be an Eligible Receivable, based on such considerations as Agent may from time to time deem appropriate. A Receivable shall not be deemed eligible unless such Receivable is subject to Agent’s first priority perfected security interest and no other Lien (other than Permitted Encumbrances), and is evidenced by an invoice or other documentary evidence satisfactory to Agent. In addition, no Receivable shall be an Eligible Receivable if:
Eligible Receivables means Receivables arising in the ordinary course of -------------------- Borrower's business from the sale of goods or rendition of services, which Silicon, in its sole judgment, shall deem eligible for borrowing, based on such considerations as Silicon may from time to time deem appropriate. Without limiting the fact that the determination of which Receivables are eligible for borrowing is a matter of Silicon's discretion, the following (the "Minimum ------- Eligibility Requirements") are the minimum requirements for a Receivable to be ------------------------ an Eligible Receivable: (i) the Receivable must not be outstanding for more than 90 days from its invoice date, (ii) the Receivable must not represent progress billings, or be due under a fulfillment or requirements contract with the Account Debtor, (iii) the Receivable must not be subject to any contingencies (including Receivables arising from sales on consignment, guaranteed sale or other terms pursuant to which payment by the Account Debtor may be conditional), (iv) the Receivable must not be owing from an Account Debtor with whom the Borrower has any dispute (whether or not relating to the particular Receivable), (v) the Receivable must not be owing from an Affiliate of Borrower, (vi) the Receivable must not be owing from an Account Debtor which is subject to any insolvency or bankruptcy proceeding, or whose financial condition is not acceptable to Silicon, or which, fails or goes out of a material portion of its business, (vii) the Receivable must not be owing from the United States or any department, agency or instrumentality thereof (unless there has been compliance, to Silicon's satisfaction, with the United States Assignment of Claims Act), (viii) the Receivable must not be owing from an Account Debtor located outside the United States or Canada (unless pre-approved by Silicon in its discretion in writing, or backed by a letter of credit satisfactory to Silicon, or FCIA insured satisfactory to Silicon), (ix) the Receivable must not be owing from an Account Debtor to whom Borrower is or may be liable for goods purchased from such Account Debtor or otherwise. Receivables owing from one Account Debtor will not be deemed Eligible Receivables to the extent they exceed 25% of the total Receivables outstanding. In addition, if more than 50% of the Receivables owing from an Account Debtor are outstanding more than 90 days from their invoice date (without regard to unapplied credits) or are otherwi...
Eligible Receivables means, at the time of any determination thereof, each Account that satisfies the following criteria: such Account (i) has been invoiced to, and represents the bona fide amounts due to a Loan Party from, the purchaser of goods or services, in each case originated in the ordinary course of business of such Loan Party and (ii) is not ineligible for inclusion in the calculation of the Borrowing Base pursuant to any of clauses (a) through (t) below. Without limiting the foregoing, to qualify as Eligible Receivables, an Account shall indicate no person other than a Loan Party as payee or remittance party. In determining the amount to be so included, the face amount of an Account shall be reduced by, without duplication, to the extent not reflected in such face amount, (A) the amount of all accrued and actual discounts, claims, credits or credits pending, promotional program allowances, price adjustments, finance charges or other allowances (including any amount that a Loan Party may be obligated to rebate to a customer pursuant to the terms of any agreement or understanding (written or oral)), (B) without duplication, the aggregate amount of all limits and deductions provided for in this definition and elsewhere in this Agreement, if any, and (C) the aggregate amount of all cash received in respect of such Account but not yet applied by a Loan Party to reduce the amount of such Account. Criteria and eligibility standards used in determining Eligible Receivables may be fixed and revised from time to time by the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion. Unless otherwise approved from time to time in writing by the Administrative Agent, no Account shall be an Eligible Receivable if, without duplication:

Examples of Eligible Receivables in a sentence

  • At the written request of the Master Servicer delivered to the Collateral Agent, each Funding Agent and the Administrative Agent,(1) the addition of an originator as an Approved Originator or (2) the inclusion of Acquired Line of Business Receivables as Eligible Receivables, in each case after the Initial Borrowing Date, shall be permitted upon satisfaction of the relevant conditions set forth in this Section 27 and the relevant Origination Agreement.

  • Each Eligible Receivable existing on the Initial Borrowing Date or, in the case of Eligible Receivables acquired by the Company after the Initial Borrowing Date, on the related Receivables Contribution Date was, on such date, free and clear of any Lien, except for Permitted Liens.

  • Such tests will be undertaken in the manner, and as often as is necessary, to ensure the fulfilment by the Seller of its obligations regarding the sale, transfer and assignment of Eligible Receivables to the Issuer, the protection of the interests of the Noteholders and the Unitholder with respect to the Assets of the Issuer, and, more generally, in order to satisfy its legal and regulatory obligations as set out in the relevant provisions of the French Monetary and Financial Code.


More Definitions of Eligible Receivables

Eligible Receivables means, as of any date of determination and without duplication, the aggregate book value of all accounts receivable, receivables, and obligations for payment created or arising from the sale of inventory or the rendering of services in the ordinary course of business (collectively, the “Receivables”), owned by or owing to the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, net of allowances and reserves for doubtful or uncollectible accounts and sales adjustments consistent with such Person’s internal policies and in any event in accordance with GAAP, but excluding in any event (i) any Receivable which is subject to a Lien that is not a Permitted Lien, (ii) Receivables which are more than ninety (90) days past due (net of reserves for bad debts in connection with any such Receivables), (iii) Receivables owing by an account debtor which is not solvent or is subject to any bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding of any kind, (iv) Receivables which are contingent or subject to offset, deduction, counterclaim, dispute or other defense to payment, in each case to the extent of such offset, deduction, counterclaim, dispute or other defense, (v) Receivables for which any direct or indirect Subsidiary or any Affiliate of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries is the account debtor and (vi) Receivables which fail to meet such other specifications and requirements as may from time to time be established by the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion.
Eligible Receivables means, at any time, Receivables of the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries, as evidenced on the most recent quarterly consolidated balance sheet of the Company as at a date at least 45 days prior to such time, arising in the ordinary course of business of the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary.
Eligible Receivables means the gross amount of the Borrower's accounts receivable that conform to the representations and warranties contained herein and in the Security Agreement and at all times continue to be acceptable to the Required Lenders in the exercise of their reasonable business judgment, less, without duplication, the sum of (a) any returns, discounts, claims, credits and allowances of any nature (whether issued, owing, granted or outstanding), (b) the gross amount of any account receivable that: (i) arises from sales to the United States of America or to any agency, department or division thereof unless payment therefor is secured to the Lenders pursuant to compliance with the United States Assignment of Claims Act or is otherwise acceptable to the Lenders, to the extent that such receivable, when aggregated with all similar such receivables that are deemed Eligible Receivables, exceeds in the aggregate $10,000,000 in face amount; (ii) arises from foreign sales other than sales secured by letters of credit (in form and substance satisfactory to the Required Lenders) issued or confirmed by, and payable at, banks having a place of business in the United States of America and payable in United States currency; (iii) remains unpaid more than ninety (90) days from invoice date; (iv) has a contra account; (v) arises from sales to any Subsidiary, or to any Affiliate; (vi) arises from bill and hold (deferred shipment) sales, or consignment sales; (vii) arises from sales to any customer which is (A) insolvent, (B) the debtor in any bankruptcy, insolvency, arrangement, reorganization, receivership or similar proceedings under any federal or state law, (C) negotiating, or has called a meeting of its creditors for purposes of negotiating, a compromise of its debts or (D) financially unacceptable to the Required Lenders or has a credit rating unacceptable to the Required Lenders; (viii) arises from sales to any customer if fifty percent (50%) or more of either (A) all outstanding invoices of such customer or (B) the aggregate dollar amount of all outstanding invoices of such customer are unpaid more than ninety (90) days from invoice date; (ix) is evidenced by a promissory note or other instrument, or (x) is deemed ineligible for any other reasons deemed necessary by the Required Lenders in their reasonable business judgment and which are customary either in the commercial finance industry or in the lending practices of the Required Lenders, and (c) an amount representing, hi...
Eligible Receivables means, as to the Borrower and its consolidated Subsidiaries, on a consolidated basis and without duplication, all Receivables of such Person, in each case reflected on its books in accordance with GAAP which conform to the representations and warranties in Article 4 hereof and in the Security Documents to the extent such provisions are applicable to the Receivables, and each of which meets all of the following criteria on the date of any determination:
Eligible Receivables mean, at any time of determination thereof, the unpaid portion of each account (net of any returns, discounts, claims, credits, charges, accrued rebates or other allowances, offsets, deductions, counterclaims, disputes or other defenses and reduced by the aggregate amount of all reserves, limits and deductions provided for in this definition and elsewhere in this Agreement) receivable in United States Dollars by a Borrower, provided each account conforms and continues to conform to the following criteria to the satisfaction of the Lender:
Eligible Receivables means the total face amount of the receivables of the Borrower and the Subsidiary Guarantors arising from the rental of Rental Equipment by the Borrower or any Subsidiary Guarantor in the ordinary course of business or the sale of Inventory by the Borrower or any Subsidiary Guarantor in the ordinary course of business so long as such receivables conform to the representations and warranties contained in the Security Agreement (including, without limitation, that the Collateral Agent shall have and maintain a first priority perfected security interest in all such receivables) and at all times continue to be acceptable to the Collateral Agent in its reasonable judgment less any returns, discounts, claims, credit and allowances of any nature (whether issued, owing, granted or outstanding) and less reserves for chargebacks, deferred revenue, contras and any other matter which affects the creditworthiness of account debtors owing the receivables and excluding (i) receivables from the rental of Rental Equipment or the sale of Inventory to any Affiliate, (ii) all receivables which are not due by their terms or have not been paid in full within 180 days of the invoice date thereof (and all other receivables due from any account debtor whose receivables are past due if 50% or more of such account debtor's receivables are so past due) or which have been disputed or made subject to set-off (to the extent thereof), (iii) all receivables from any party subject to any bankruptcy, receivership, insolvency or like proceedings by the account debtor, (iv) receivables owing by account debtors outside the United States and Canada, (v) receivables arising out of a sale, lease or rental for which no invoice has been provided to the account debtor and (vi) receivables due from an account debtor whose receivables constitute 15% or more of all receivables of the Borrower and the Subsidiary Guarantors unless supported or secured by insurance acceptable to the Administrative Agent or an irrevocable letter of credit in form and substance acceptable to the Administrative Agent, issued by financial institution satisfactory to the Administrative Agent and duly pledged to the Collateral Agent (together with sufficient documentation to permit direct draws by the Collateral Agent).
Eligible Receivables means Receivables arising in the ordinary course of Borrower's business from the sale of goods or rendition of services, which TEXTRON, in its Permitted Discretion, shall deem eligible based on such considerations as TEXTRON may from time to time deem appropriate. Without limiting the foregoing, no Receivable shall qualify as an Eligible Receivable if (i) the account debtor has failed to pay the Receivable within a period of ninety (90) days after invoice date, to the extent of any amount remaining unpaid after such period; (ii) the account debtor has failed to pay more than the percentage specified below ("Cross-Age Percentage") of all outstanding Receivables owed by it to Borrower within ninety (90) days after invoice date; (iii) the account debtor is an Affiliate of Borrower; (iv) the account debtor is not the lawful and unconditional owner of the Receivable; (v) the goods relating thereto are placed on consignment, guaranteed sale, "bill and hold," "COD" or other terms pursuant to which payment by the account debtor may be conditional; (vi) the account debtor is not located in the United States or Canada, unless the Receivable is supported by a letter of credit, credit insurance, or other form of guaranty or security, in each case in form and substance satisfactory to TEXTRON; (vii) the account debtor is the United States of America or any state, city, municipality, or other political subdivision thereof, or any department, agency or instrumentality thereof, unless the provisions of the applicable Assignment of Claims Act has been complied with; (viii) Borrower is or may become liable to the account debtor for goods sold or services rendered by the account debtor to Borrower; (ix) the account debtor's total obligations to Borrower exceed the percentage specified below ("Concentration Limit") of all Eligible Receivables, to the extent of such excess; (x) the account debtor disputes liability or makes any claim with respect thereto (up to the amount of such liability or claim), or is subject to any insolvency or bankruptcy proceeding, or becomes insolvent, fails or goes out of a material portion of its business; (xi) the amount thereof consists of late charges or finance charges; (xii) the amount thereof consists of a credit balance more than ninety (90) days past due; (xiii) the face amount thereof exceeds the amount specified below ("Proof of Shipment Threshold"), unless accompanied by evidence of shipment of the goods relating thereto satisfactory to ...