Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, definition

Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, as of any Valuation Date, means the aggregate amount of Additional Dividends that would be due if the Corporation were to make Retroactive Taxable Allocations, with respect to any fiscal year, estimated based upon dividends paid and the amount of undistributed realized net capital gains and other taxable income earned by the Corporation, as of the end of the calendar month immediately preceding such Valuation Date and assuming such Additional Dividends are fully taxable.
Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, as of any Valuation Date, means the aggregate amount of Additional Dividends that would be due if the Trust were to make
Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, as of any Valuation Date, means the aggregate amount of Additional Dividends that would be due if the Corporation were to make Retroactive Taxable Allocations, with respect to any fiscal year, estimated based upon dividends paid and the

More Definitions of Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability,

Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, as of any Valuation Date, means the aggregate amount of Additional
Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability, as of any Valuation Date, means the aggregate amount of Additional Dividends that would be due if

Related to Maximum Potential Additional Dividend Liability,

Annual Addition The sum of the following amounts allocated on behalf of a Participant for a Limitation Year, of (i) all Employer contributions; (ii) all forfeitures; and (iii) all Employee contributions. Except to the extent provided in Treasury regulations, Annual Additions include excess contributions described in Code Section 401(k), excess aggregate contributions described in Code Section 401(m) and excess deferrals described in Code Section 402(g), irrespective of whether the plan distributes or forfeits such excess amounts. Annual Additions also include Excess Amounts reapplied to reduce Employer contributions under Section 3.10. Amounts allocated after March 31, 1984, to an individual medical account (as defined in Code Section 415(l)(2)) included as part of a defined benefit plan maintained by the Employer are Annual Additions. Furthermore, Annual Additions include contributions paid or accrued after December 31, 1985, for taxable years ending after December 31, 1985, attributable to post-retirement medical benefits allocated to the separate account of a key employee (as defined in Code Section 419A(d)(3)) under a welfare benefit fund (as defined in Code Section 419(e)) maintained by the Employer.
Annual Additions means the sum credited to a Participant's Accounts for any Limitation Year of (a) "employer" contributions, (b) Employee contributions (except as provided below), (c) Forfeitures, (d) amounts allocated to an individual medical benefit account, as defined in Code §415(l)(2), which is part of a pension or annuity plan maintained by the "employer," (e) amounts derived from contributions paid or accrued which are attributable to post-retirement medical benefits allocated to the separate account of a key employee (as defined in Code §419A(d)(3)) under a welfare benefit fund (as defined in Code §419(e)) maintained by the "employer" and (f) allocations under a simplified employee pension. Except, however, the Compensation percentage limitation referred to in paragraph (e)(5)(ii) below shall not apply to: (1) any contribution for medical benefits (within the meaning of Code §419A(f)(2)) after separation from service which is otherwise treated as an "annual addition," or (2) any amount otherwise treated as an "annual addition" under Code §415(l)(1).
Erroneous Payment Return Deficiency has the meaning assigned to it in Section 8.09(d).
Potential Adjustment Event means any of the following:
Aggregate Gain-on-Sale Entitlement Amount For each Distribution Date, the aggregate amount of (i) the sum of (a)(x) the aggregate portion of the Interest Distribution Amount for each Class of Regular Certificates (other than the RR Interest) that would remain unpaid as of the close of business on the Distribution Date, divided by (y) the Non-Retained Percentage, and (b)(x) the amount by which the Principal Distribution Amount exceeds the aggregate amount that would actually be distributed on the Distribution Date in respect of such Principal Distribution Amount, divided by (y) the Non-Retained Percentage, and (ii) any outstanding Realized Losses and Retained Certificate Realized Losses outstanding immediately after such Distribution Date, in each case, to the extent such amounts would occur on such Distribution Date or would be outstanding immediately after such Distribution Date, as applicable, without the inclusion of the Gain-on-Sale Remittance Amount as part of the definition of Available Funds and the Retained Certificate Gain-on-Sale Remittance Amount as part of the definition of Retained Certificate Available Funds.