Loan Agreements definition

Loan Agreements means any other loan agreements entered into by and between the Trust and one or more of the Borrowers pursuant to which the Trust will make Loans to such Borrowers from moneys on deposit in the Project Fund, excluding the Project Loan Account, financed with the proceeds of the Trust Bonds.
Loan Agreements means the AGREEMENTs entered/to be entered into between the LICENSEE and the Lender or Lenders in respect of the Financial Assistance and referred to in Schedule hereto.
Loan Agreements means any other loan agreements entered into by and between the State and one or more of the Borrowers pursuant to which the State will make Loans to such Borrowers from Federal Funds.

Examples of Loan Agreements in a sentence

  • Pursuant to the Loan Agreements, the Acquirer was allotted 100,000,000 Warrants by the Promoter Company, and the Acquirer, at its discretion, has the right to exercise any or all of such Warrants, at par value, in one or more tranches, which upon exercise of all warrants, will result in such number of equity shares amounting to 99.99% of the equity share capital of the Promoter Company.

  • The Placing will be conditional upon, inter alia, the execution of the New Loan Agreements and the New Sale Agreements and the novation of the New Leases to the New Lessor.

  • However, due to the recent enactment, the impact of such implementation provisions may not be predicted as at the date hereof.Prospective Noteholders should note that under the Warranty and Indemnity Agreement each Originator has represented that all the Mortgage Loan Agreements (i) have been executed and performed in compliance with the provisions of Article 1283 of the Italian civil code, and (ii) expressly mention the ISC ( indicatore sintetico di costo) for the relevant Mortgage Loan.

  • In light of the rights available with the Acquirer under the Loan Agreements, the board of directors of the Acquirer passed a resolution on August 23, 2022 (“ Board Approval”) approving, at the Acquirer’s sole discretion, exercise of: (i) any or all of the 100,000,000 Warrants issued to it by the Promoter Company in one or more tranches; and (ii) the right to purchase from the Promoter Individuals, all the 10,000 equity shares of the Promoter Company.

  • Further, the Loan Agreements also provide a right to the Acquirer to purchase from the Promoter Individuals, all the 10,000 equity shares of the Promoter Company held by the Promoter Individuals at par value.


More Definitions of Loan Agreements

Loan Agreements means those loan agreements, mortgages, pledges, guaranties and the like secured by any Property or by which the Company or any of its Subsidiaries is bound, whether now existing or hereafter entered into.
Loan Agreements means any other loan agreements entered into by and between the Trust and one or more of the Borrowers pursuant to which the Trust will make Loans to such Borrowers.
Loan Agreements mean the agreements covering the loans details whereof are set out in the Seventh Schedule hereto, copies whereof have been produced to and initialled by the parties hereto for the purposes of identification;
Loan Agreements means the Senior Loan Agreement and the Bridge Loan Agreement.
Loan Agreements shall include this Agreement, and any other present or future agreement from time to time entered into between the Company or any of the General Partners and you relating to this Agreement or which is stated to be a Loan Agreement within the meaning of this Agreement, each as from time to time amended or modified, and all statements, reports or certificates delivered by the Company or any of the General Partners to you in connection herewith or therewith.
Loan Agreements means, collectively, the Loan Agreements between the Issuer and the Borrower, with respect to the Bonds covered by a Xxxx XX; and “Loan Agreement” means any of the foregoing as the context may require.
Loan Agreements means, collectively, the Credit Agreement and any other credit, term loan, note purchase or similar agreement providing for loans or other extensions of credit, including the issuance and sale of senior notes, to the Company and one or more of its Subsidiaries and under or pursuant to which one or more of the Company’s Subsidiaries is a borrower, obligor or guarantor.