Loan Fee Letter means that certain letter dated as of the Closing Date between Agent and Borrower pertaining to fees payable with respect to the Loan.
Examples of Loan Fee Letter in a sentence
Borrower shall pay to Agent the Origination Fee, the Arrangement Fee, the Unused Fee and the Administrative Fee in accordance with the Loan Fee Letter.
Borrower shall pay to Agent the Administrative Fee in accordance with the Loan Fee Letter.
The text of Section 4.1.14 of the Loan Agreement is hereby deleted in its entirety therefrom and the following is hereby inserted therein in lieu thereof: Borrower shall pay to Agent the Accordion Origination Fee (as defined in the Accordion Loan Fee Letter) and the Accordion Arrangement Fee (as defined in the Accordion Loan Fee Letter) in accordance with the Accordion Loan Fee Letter.
Administrative Fee shall mean that portion of the Administrative Fee under (and as defined in) the Loan Fee Letter allocable to the Loan.
Borrower agrees to pay Agent for the benefit of the Term B Loan Lender the fees and other amounts set forth in the Term B Loan Fee Letter in the amounts and at the time specified therein.