Fully Satisfied definition

Fully Satisfied means, with respect to the Obligations as of any date, that, as of such date, (a) all principal of and interest accrued to such date which constitute Obligations shall have been irrevocably paid in full in cash, (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable which constitute Obligations shall have been irrevocably paid in cash, (c) all outstanding Letters of Credit shall have been (i) terminated, (ii) fully irrevocably Cash Collateralized or (iii) secured by one or more letters of credit on terms and conditions, and with one or more financial institutions, reasonably satisfactory to the L/C Issuer and (d) the Commitments shall have expired or been terminated in full.
Fully Satisfied means, with respect to the Obligations as of any date, that, as of such date, (a) all principal of and interest accrued to such date which constitute Obligations shall have been irrevocably paid in full in cash, and (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable which constitute Obligations shall have been irrevocably paid in cash.
Fully Satisfied or “Full Satisfaction” means, as of any date, that on or before such date:

Examples of Fully Satisfied in a sentence

Subject to extension pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in clause (b) of this Section 2.14 and subject to the provisions of clause (c) of this Section 2.14 , the Borrowers shall, on [the date occurring thirty-six (36) calendar months from date hereof] (the “ Initial Maturity Date ”), cause the Obligations (including, without limitation, all outstanding principal and interest on the Committed Loans and all fees, costs and expenses due and owing under the Loan Documents) to be Fully Satisfied.

Notwithstanding anything contained herein or in any other Credit Agreement to the contrary, to the extent any of the Obligations are accelerated pursuant to the terms hereof (including, without limitation, Section 8.02 hereof), the Borrowers shall, immediately upon the occurrence of such acceleration, cause such accelerated Obligations to be Fully Satisfied.


More Definitions of Fully Satisfied

Fully Satisfied or “Full Satisfaction” shall mean, as of any date, with respect to the Payment Obligations, that, on or before such date, (a) the principal of and interest accrued to the date on such Payment Obligations shall have been paid in full in cash, (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable which constituted Payment Obligations shall have been paid in full in cash, and (c) the Term Loan Commitments shall have expired or irrevocably been terminated; provided, however, that, on such date, none of the applicable Agents or Lenders shall have made any claims in respect of such Payment Obligations against the Company or any Guarantor under any provision of any of the Loan Documents that has not been cash collateralized by an amount sufficient in the reasonable judgment of such Agent and such Lender to secure such claim.
Fully Satisfied means, as of any date, that on or before such date: (a) the principal of and interest accrued to such date on the Loan shall have been paid in full in cash and (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable (other than contingent amounts for which a claim has not been made) shall have been paid in full in cash.
Fully Satisfied means (a) with respect to any Secured Obligations or Obligations, as applicable, the full cash payment thereof, including all principal, interest and fees with respect thereto and any interest, fees and other charges accruing during a proceeding under any Debtor Relief Law (whether or not such amounts are allowed or allowable in whole or in part in such proceeding), but shall not include any roll up of any Secured Obligations or Obligations in any debtor in possession financing during any such proceeding; and (b) with respect to LC Obligations, Other Liabilities or Obligations that are inchoate or contingent in nature, the Cash Collateralization thereof (or delivery of a standby letter of credit acceptable to the applicable Credit Party in its reasonable discretion, in the amount of required Cash Collateral). No Loans shall be deemed to have been Fully Satisfied until all Commitments related to such Loans have expired or been terminated. For the avoidance of doubt, any requirement that a Secured Obligation or Obligation be “Fully Satisfied” or paid in full or similar provisions shall be deemed to refer only to Secured Obligations or Obligations that may be satisfied by cash payment (including cash collateral and similar arrangements) thereof.
Fully Satisfied with respect to the Secured Obligations, Guarantor Obligations or Borrower Obligations, as the case may be, at any time that (a) all principal constituting Secured Obligations, Guarantor Obligations or Borrower Obligations, as the case may be, and all interest (including interest that shall have accrued after the commencement of a bankruptcy proceeding with respect to either Borrower or any Guarantor at the rate provided in the Loan Documents) accrued to such time on such principal and on all other Secured Obligations, Guarantor Obligations or Borrower Obligations, as the case may be, shall have been paid in full in cash, (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts (including contingent obligations, including those in respect of indemnification provisions contained in the Loan Documents, but excluding obligations in respect of such indemnification provisions for which no claim has been made and for which no notice of claim has been given) unpaid as of such time which constitute Secured Obligations, Guarantor Obligations or Borrower Obligations, as the case may be, shall have been paid in full in cash, and (c) the Commitments shall have expired or been terminated.
Fully Satisfied means, with respect to the Credit Party Obligations as of any date, that, as of such date, (a) all principal of and interest accrued to such date which constitute Credit Party Obligations (excluding any amounts due under Secured Hedging Agreements or Cash Management Agreements constituting Credit Party Obligations) shall have been paid in full in cash, (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable which constitute Credit Party Obligations (excluding any amounts due under Secured Hedging Agreements or Cash Management Agreements constituting Credit Party Obligations) shall have been paid in cash, (c) all outstanding Letters of Credit shall have been (i) terminated, (ii) fully Cash Collateralized, (iii) secured by one or more letters of credit on terms and conditions, and with one or more financial institutions, reasonably satisfactory to the Issuing Lender or (iv) become subject to another credit facility subject to terms and conditions reasonably satisfactory to the Issuing Lender, (d) the Commitments shall have been expired or terminated in full and (e) with respect to Secured Hedging Agreements and Cash Management Agreements, (i) all obligations thereunder shall have been paid in full in cash or (ii) the provider of such Secured Hedging Agreement or Cash Management Agreement shall have consented to the release of guaranties and Collateral provided under the Credit Documents.
Fully Satisfied with respect to the Secured Obligations, at any time that (a) all amounts constituting Secured Obligations shall have been paid in full in cash; and (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts (including contingent obligations, including those in respect of indemnification provisions contained in the Transaction Documents, but excluding obligations in respect of such indemnification provisions for which no claim has been made and for which no notice of claim has been given) unpaid as of such time which constitute Secured Obligations shall have been paid in full in cash.
Fully Satisfied or “Full Satisfaction” means, as of any date, with respect to the Obligations, that, on or before such date, (a) the principal of and interest accrued to the date on such Obligations (other than the Undrawn L/C Obligations) shall have been paid in full in cash, (b) all fees, expenses and other amounts then due and payable which constituted Obligations (other than the Undrawn L/C Obligations) shall have been paid in full in cash, (c) the Commitment shall have expired or irrevocably been terminated and (d) the Undrawn L/C Obligations shall have been Cash Collateralized.