Existing Trust definition

Existing Trust has the meaning specified in the Recitals to this Indenture.
Existing Trust means a trust constituted or created before the commencement of this Act;
Existing Trust means Fleetwood Capital Trust, a Delaware statutory business trust.

Examples of Existing Trust in a sentence

  • Each Agent and its Affiliates may make loans to, accept deposits from and generally engage in any kind of business with AFC, the Seller, the Issuer, AmeriCredit, the Servicer, the Existing Trust, the Administrative Agent, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Backup Servicer, or the Trustee as though such Agent were not an agent hereunder.

  • The Existing Trust and the New Trust hereby agree that the federal tax returns for the tax year ended December 31, 2008, consistent with a reorganization pursuant to Section 368(a)(1)(F) of the Code, will be a single return based on the operations of the Acquired Fund from January 1, 2008 through the Exchange Date and the operations of the Acquiring Fund from the Exchange Date through December 31, 2008.

  • Except as expressly amended by this Base Amendment No. 1, the Existing Trust Agreements remain in full force and effect in accordance with each of their terms and are hereby in all respects ratified and confirmed.

  • The Existing Trust, on behalf of the Acquired Fund, shall call a meeting of the Acquired Fund's shareholders to take place after the effective date of the Registration Statement for the purpose of considering the approval of this Agreement.

  • Each of the Acquired Fund and the Acquiring Fund represents that there is no person who has dealt with it or the Existing Trust or the New Trust, respectively, who, by reason of such dealings, is entitled to any broker's or finder's or other similar fee or commission payable by either the Existing Trust or the New Trust arising out of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

  • The Acquired Fund and the Acquiring Fund may, by mutual consent of a majority of the trustees of Existing Trust and a majority of the trustees of New Trust terminate this Agreement, and the Acquired Fund or the Acquiring Fund, after consultation with counsel and by consent of its Trustees or an officer authorized by such Trustees, may waive any condition to its respective obligations hereunder.

  • All references to the Trust Agreement in each of the Existing Trust Agreements, any Trust Certificate or in any other document executed or delivered in connection therewith, shall, from the date hereof, be deemed a reference to the relevant Trust Agreement as amended hereby, unless the context requires otherwise.

  • The New Trust Indemnified Parties will notify the Existing Trust and the Acquired Fund in writing within ten days after the receipt by any one or more of the New Trust Indemnified Parties of any notice of legal process or any suit brought against or claim made against such New Trust Indemnified Party as to any matters covered by this Section 12(a).

  • The Securities will constitute subordinated indebtedness of the Issuer within the meaning of the Bank Act (Canada) and, in the event of the insolvency or winding up of the Issuer, the indebtedness evidenced by the Securities ranks equally with and not prior to any debentures issued under the Existing Trust Indentures.

  • Upon the execution and delivery of this Agreement and the issuance of the DCMOT Certificate to DCWR on the Effective Date as hereinafter provided, DCWR shall continue to be the Beneficiary of the Trust, and the "Ownership Interest" (under and as defined in the Existing Trust Agreement) previously held by DCWR shall be deemed cancelled and terminated.

More Definitions of Existing Trust

Existing Trust means the Magistrates’ Poor Fund existing prior to the
Existing Trust means a SIFT trust the units of which were publicly traded on October 31, 2006;
Existing Trust means the Argentine Collateral Trust Agreement, dated November 26, 2010, among the Company and La Sucursal de CitiBank N.A. Establecida en la República de Argentina (as Argentine Collateral Trustee), relating to the Existing Notes.
Existing Trust means any trust formed after the creation of the Trust; “Foundation” means the Capital Region Community Foundation;

Related to Existing Trust

  • Voting Trust has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2(b).

  • PFPC Trust means PFPC Trust Company or a subsidiary or affiliate of PFPC Trust Company.

  • Voting Trust Agreement means the Voting Trust Agreement entered into ---------------------- as of April 15, 1996 by and among Xxxxxx X. Xxxx; Xxxxx X. Xxxx, Xx.; Xxxxx X. Xxxx, Xx.; and F. Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx as the Voting Trustees and the stockholders of LSAI Holding Corp. who are parties thereto.

  • Liquidating Trust means the liquidating trust maintained by the Trustee holding the Trust Assets of the Partnership, identified as the "PLM Equipment Growth Fund III Liquidating Trust"; also referred to herein as the "Trust."

  • Litigation Trust means the trust to be established on the Plan Implementation Date at the time specified in section 6.4(p) in accordance with the Litigation Trust Agreement pursuant to the laws of a jurisdiction that is acceptable to SFC and the Initial Consenting Noteholders, which trust will acquire the Litigation Trust Claims and will be funded with the Litigation Funding Amount in accordance with the Plan and the Litigation Trust Agreement.

  • Liquidating Trust Agreement means an agreement evidencing the terms and provisions governing a Liquidating Trust that shall be entered into prior to the establishment of such Liquidating Trust and pursuant to which a Liquidating Trustee shall manage and administer Liquidating Trust Assets.

  • Titling Trust Agreement means the Amended and Restated Trust and Servicing Agreement, dated as of August 26, 1998, among NILT Trust, as the Grantor and the UTI Beneficiary, the Servicer, the Delaware Trustee, the Titling Trustee and the Trust Agent.

  • Litigation Trust Agreement means the trust agreement dated as of the Plan Implementation Date, between SFC and the Litigation Trustee, establishing the Litigation Trust.

  • Irrevocable trust means a trust over which no person holds a power of revocation. A power holder's lack of capacity to exercise a power of revocation negates the power of revocation unless an agent of the power holder under a durable power of attorney, a conservator of the power holder, or a plenary guardian of the power holder is serving and the agent, conservator, or guardian is authorized to exercise the power of revocation.

  • Original Declaration of Trust shall have the meaning set forth in the recitals to this Declaration of Trust;

  • Vehicle Trust Agreement means that certain amended and restated trust agreement, dated as of September 27, 1996, as further amended as of May 25, 2000 and December 1, 2006 between BMW Manufacturing L.P., as grantor and initial beneficiary, and BNY Mellon Trust of Delaware, formerly known as The Bank of New York (Delaware), as trustee.

  • Applicable Trust Has the meaning specified in the recitals hereto.

  • Existing LLC Agreement is defined in the recitals to this Agreement.

  • Refinancing Trust Has the meaning specified in the Intercreditor Agreement.

  • Titling Trust means GE TF Trust, a Delaware statutory trust.

  • the Macfarlane Trust means the charitable trust, established partly out of funds provided by the Secretary of State to the Haemophilia Society, for the relief of poverty or distress among those suffering from haemophilia;

  • Trust Agreements shall have the meanings ascribed to them in the introductory paragraph of the Authorized Participant Agreement.

  • Income trust means a trust or an entity, including corporate and non-corporate entities, the securities of which entitle the holder to net cash flows generated by an underlying business or income-producing properties owned through the trust or by the entity;

  • the Trust means the Trust hereby established and which shall be called the Law Society Public Purposes Trust Fund;

  • Non-Lead Securitization Trust means the Securitization Trust into which any Non-Lead Securitization Note is deposited.

  • Securitization Trust means a trust formed pursuant to a Securitization pursuant to which one or more of the Notes are held.

  • Liquidating Trust Assets means the assets of a Debtor or Debtor-Controlled Entity to be transferred to a Liquidating Trust as may be determined by the Plan Administrator, which shall be described in a Liquidating Trust Agreement.

  • CLO Asset Manager means, with respect to any Securitization Vehicle that is a CLO, the entity that is responsible for managing or administering the underlying assets of such Securitization Vehicle or, if applicable, the assets of any Intervening Trust Vehicle (including, without limitation, the right to exercise any consent and control rights available to the Directing Holder).

  • Liquidation Trust Agreement means the Liquidation Trust Agreement to be dated as of the Effective Date establishing the terms and conditions of the Liquidation Trust, substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit B.

  • Initial Trust Agreement shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 2.12 of the Trust Agreement.