Examples of General Master Servicer in a sentence
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 General 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.
If the affected Mortgage Loan is to be repurchased, the funds in the amount of the Purchase Price remitted by the Mortgage Loan Seller are to be remitted by wire transfer to the General Master Servicer for deposit into the Collection Account.
The General Master Servicer shall be the Master Servicer with respect to all Mortgage Loans (other than the NCB Mortgage Loans), any related Serviced Companion Loan and other related assets in the Trust and, as such, shall service and administer such Mortgage Loans, any related Serviced Companion Loan and such other assets as shall be required of the applicable Master Servicer hereunder and under any related Intercreditor Agreement.
The applicable Master Servicer shall pay the Transferable Servicing Interest to the holder of the Transferable Servicing Interest at such time and to the extent such Master Servicer is entitled to receive payment of its Servicing Fees hereunder, notwithstanding any resignation or termination of Wells Fargo Bank, National Association as General Master Servicer or National Cooperative Bank, N.A. as NCB Master Servicer, as applicable, hereunder (subject to reduction pursuant to the preceding sentence).
Each of the Certificate Administrator, the Trustee, the General Master Servicer, the NCB Master Servicer, the General Special Servicer and the NCB Special Servicer (in its capacity as such) shall be entitled to rely on the accuracy of the Prospectus (other than information with respect to itself that is set forth in or omitted from the Prospectus), in the absence of specific written notice to the contrary from the Depositor or a Mortgage Loan Seller.