in default definition

in default means that, as to any Mortgage Loan, any Mortgage Note payment or escrow payment is unpaid for thirty (30) days or more after its due date (whether or not the Seller has allowed any grace period or extended the due date thereof by any means) or another material default has occurred and is continuing, including the commencement of foreclosure proceedings or the commencement of a case in bankruptcy for any Customer in respect of such Mortgage Loan.
in default means, with respect to a State or national
in default. Any occurrence, circumstance, or state of facts with respect to the Borrower which (a) is an Event of Default; or (b) would become an Event of Default if any requisite notice were given and/or any requisite period of time were to run and such occurrence, circumstance, or state of facts were not absolutely cured within any applicable grace period.

More Definitions of in default

in default means in breach of any provision of this Act or of any condition of a licence, any provision of a mining agreement or any direction given by the Minister;
in default means in breach of any provision of this Act, or of any condition of a licence, or of any provision of a relevant agreement of a kind referred to in section 14;
in default means a failure to pay in full an invoiced amount by [the end of] the payment due date;
in default means a failure to pay in full an invoiced amount by the payment due date;
in default means in breach of the provisions of this Act or the regulations or any condition of a Mineral Right;
in default means a property whose owner is more than 90 days delinquent on any loan or debt, including real estate taxes, that is secured by the property.
in default means that (a) there shall have occurred (or shall exist) in respect of the indebtedness in question (either as in effect at the date of this Agreement or as in effect at the time in question) any event, condition or other thing which constitutes, or which with the giving of notice or the lapse of any applicable grace period or both would constitute, a default which would permit any creditor or creditors or representative or creditors to accelerate the maturity of any such indebtedness; or (b) any such indebtedness (other than any payable on demand) shall not have been paid in full at its stated maturity; or (c) any such indebtedness payable on demand shall not have been paid in full within ten (10) Banking Days after any actual demand for payment; or