Liquidation Fees definition

Liquidation Fees shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Servicing Agreement or such other analogous term used in the Servicing Agreement.
Liquidation Fees has the meaning set forth in the Servicing Agreement.
Liquidation Fees means, in the event of any prepayment of a Loan owing to a Lender, and for the Interest Period during which such Loan was prepaid, the amount, if any, by which (i) interest would have accrued for each day during such Interest Period on the reduction of the principal amount of such Loan during such Interest Period had such reduction not occurred, exceeds (ii) the positive income, if any, received by such Lender from the investment of the proceeds of such reduction. A certificate as to the amount of any Liquidation Fee (including the computation of such amount) shall be submitted by the Paying Agent on behalf of the affected Lender to Company and Administrative Agent and shall be conclusive and binding for all purposes, absent manifest error.

Examples of Liquidation Fees in a sentence

The Loss of Value Payment shall include the portion of any Liquidation Fees payable to the Enforcing Servicer in respect of such Loss of Value Payment and the portion of fees of the Asset Representations Reviewer payable pursuant to Section 4(k) above attributable to the Asset Review of such Mortgage Loan and not previously paid by the Mortgage Loan Seller.

All expenses, losses and shortfalls relating solely to such Joint Mortgage Loan including, without limitation, losses of principal or interest, Nonrecoverable Advances, interest on Servicing Advances, Special Servicing Fees, Workout Fees and Liquidation Fees (including any such fees related to the applicable Mortgage Notes), shall be allocated between the holders of the related Mortgage Notes pro rata based upon the respective unpaid principal balances thereof.

The Loss of Value Payment shall include the portion of any Liquidation Fees payable to the NCB Special Servicer in respect of such Loss of Value Payment and the portion of fees of the Asset Representations Reviewer payable pursuant to Section 4(k) above attributable to the Asset Review of such Mortgage Loan and not previously paid by the Mortgage Loan Seller.

For clarification, no obligation of the Master Servicer or the Special Servicer to use reasonable efforts to collect fees from the related Mortgagor will change the obligation of the Master Servicer to pay such fees from general collections or other proceeds in accordance with Section 3.06(a) and Section 3.06A(a) of this Agreement, whether or not such Special Servicing Fees, Workout Fees or Liquidation Fees are collected from or paid by the related Mortgagor.


More Definitions of Liquidation Fees

Liquidation Fees has the meaning set forth in the Trust Agreement.
Liquidation Fees means, in the event of any prepayment of a Class A Revolving Loan pursuant to Section 2.11(c)(vii)(B) owing to a Class A Revolving Lender, and for the Interest Period during which such Class A Revolving Loan was prepaid, the amount, if any, by which (i) interest would have accrued at the Cost of Funds Rate for each day during such Interest Period on the reduction of the principal amount of such Class A Revolving Loan during such Interest Period had such reduction not occurred, exceeds (ii) the positive income, if any, received by such Class A Revolving Lender from the investment of the proceeds of such reduction. A certificate as to the amount of any Liquidation Fee (including the computation of such amount) shall be submitted by the Class A Managing Agent on behalf of the affected Class A Revolving Lender to Company and Paying Agent and shall be conclusive and binding for all purposes, absent manifest error.
Liquidation Fees and “Workout Fees” (each, as defined in the Non-Trust Pooling and Servicing Agreement) relating to the related Non-Serviced Loan Combination, and that if the funds received with respect to the related Non-Serviced Loan Combination are insufficient to cover “Servicing Advances” or “Additional Trust Fund Expenses” (each as defined in the Non-Trust Pooling and Servicing Agreement), (i) the Master Servicer shall, promptly following notice from the Non-Trust Master Servicer, reimburse the Non-Trust Master Servicer, the Non-Trust Special Servicer, the Non-Trust Certificate Administrator or the Non-Trust Trustee, as applicable (such reimbursement, to the extent owed to the Non-Trust Special Servicer, the Non-Trust Certificate Administrator or the Non-Trust Trustee, may be paid by the Master Servicer to the Non-Trust Master Servicer, who shall pay such amounts to the Non-Trust Special Servicer, the Non-Trust Certificate Administrator or the Non-Trust Trustee, as applicable), out of general collections in the Collection Account for the Trust’s pro rata share of any such “Nonrecoverable Servicing Advances” and/or “Additional Trust Fund Expenses”, and (ii) if the Non-Trust Pooling and Servicing Agreement permits the Non-Trust Master Servicer, the Non-Trust Special Servicer, the Non-Trust Certificate Administrator or the Non-Trust Trustee to reimburse itself from the related trust’s general collections, then the parties to this Agreement hereby acknowledge and agree that the Non-Trust Master Servicer, the Non-Trust Special Servicer, the Non-Trust Certificate Administrator or the Non-Trust Trustee, as applicable, may do so and the Master Servicer shall be required to, promptly following notice from the Non-Trust Master Servicer, reimburse the related trust out of general collections in the Collection Account for the Trust’s pro rata share of any such “Nonrecoverable Servicing Advances” and/or “Additional Trust Fund Expenses”;
Liquidation Fees paid with respect to the Mortgage Loan and any related Serviced Companion Mortgage Loan or B Note) that are reimbursable or payable to the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Paying Agent, the Trustee, the Fiscal Agent, any Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan Master Servicer or any Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan Special Servicer, plus (D) if such Mortgage Loan or REO Mortgage Loan is being repurchased or substituted for by a Seller pursuant to the related Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement, all expenses reasonably incurred or to be incurred by the Primary Servicer, the Master Servicer, the Special Servicer, the Depositor, the Paying Agent or the Trustee in respect of the Material Breach or Material Document Defect giving rise to the repurchase or substitution obligation (and that are not otherwise included in (C) above).
Liquidation Fees means, with respect to any Purchaser on account of any prepayment of the Repurchase Price as described in Paragraph 7 hereof or the failure to consummate a purchase by Seller after delivery of a Confirmation, (i) the amount, if any, by which the additional Price Differential (but excluding the Applicable Margin, if included in such Price Differential) which would have accrued during such Settlement Period on the reductions of the Purchase Price allocated to the Tranches funded by such Purchasers had such repurchase not occurred or if such purchase had occurred, exceeds (ii) the income received by the Purchaser which holds such Tranche from the investment of the proceeds of such reductions. A certificate as to the amount of any Liquidation Fee (including the computation of such amount) shall be submitted by the affected Purchaser (or the Agent on its behalf) to the Sellers and shall be conclusive and binding for all purposes, absent manifest error.
Liquidation Fees provided in Article 6.1.1(10) means expenses incurred during liquidation of the Limited Partnership provided in Article 15.3.1(1)-(4).