LIBOR Term Loan definition

LIBOR Term Loan means any Term Loan bearing interest at a rate determined by reference to the LIBOR Rate.
LIBOR Term Loan means any portion of a Term Loan during any period in which such portion bears interest based on the LIBOR Rate.

Examples of LIBOR Term Loan in a sentence

No Interest Period for a LIBOR Term Loan may be established that would require repayment before the end of an Interest Period in order to make any scheduled principal payment on Term Loans.

Subject to Sections 3.6 and 3.7, such rate shall apply during the entire Interest Period applicable to such LIBOR Term Loan, and interest calculated thereon shall be payable on the Interest Payment Date applicable to such LIBOR Term Loan.

The resulting amount shall be the yield maintenance fee due to the Bank upon prepayment or conversion of the applicable LIBOR Term Loan.

In other words, even when the outcomes of each game period are efficient, those outcomes are not necessarily efficient to the household in the long run.

No Interest Period for a LIBOR Term Loan may be established that would require repayment before the end of an Interest Period in order to make any scheduled principal payment on Term Loans.3.1.5. Interest Rate Not Ascertainable.


More Definitions of LIBOR Term Loan

LIBOR Term Loan means a Term Loan which is a LIBOR Loan.
LIBOR Term Loan means any portion of the Term Loans during any period for which such portion is a LIBOR Loan.
LIBOR Term Loan means a LIBOR Loan outstanding under the Term Loan Facility.
LIBOR Term Loan has the meaning given in Section 2.1.2.2(a) of the Credit Agreement.
LIBOR Term Loan means that portion of the unpaid principal amount of the Term Loan bearing interest at the time in question determined with reference to LIBOR.
LIBOR Term Loan means a Term Loan accruing interest at the LIBO Rate.