Mezzanine B Lender definition

Mezzanine B Lender means, collectively, Citi, in its capacity as a lender under the Mezzanine B Loan, JPMorgan in its capacity as a lender under the Mezzanine B Loan, Barclays in its capacity as a lender under the Mezzanine B Loan and CF, in its capacity as a lender under the Mezzanine B Loan, together with their respective successors and assigns.
Mezzanine B Lender means the owner and holder of the Mezzanine B Loan.
Mezzanine B Lender means Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corp., together with its successors and assigns.

Examples of Mezzanine B Lender in a sentence

  • Any amounts of Net Liquidation Proceeds After Debt Service in excess of the applicable Release Price relating to a Property or Properties subject to the Liquidation Event shall be paid by Lender to Mezzanine B Lender.

  • Lender, Mortgage Lender and Mezzanine B Lender shall have no obligation to disclose to Borrower the contents of the Intercreditor Agreement.

  • Borrower acknowledges and agrees that Mortgage Lender, Mezzanine A Lender and Mezzanine B Lender shall have the options set forth in Section 11.6 of the Mortgage Loan Agreement, the Mezzanine A Loan Agreement and the Mezzanine B Loan Agreement, respectively.

  • In no event shall either Lender or Mezzanine B Lender have any liability to Borrower or any Borrower Party on account of communications between Lender and Mezzanine B Lender.

  • Lender and Mezzanine B Lender may enter into such communications with a view solely to the advancement and protection of their own respective interests, without any duty or obligation to any Borrower Party.


More Definitions of Mezzanine B Lender

Mezzanine B Lender means Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., a Delaware corporation, Bank of America, N.A., a national banking association and Barclays Capital Real Estate Finance Inc., a Delaware corporation, together with their respective successors and assigns.
Mezzanine B Lender means, collectively, the lenders from time to time party to the Mezzanine B Loan Agreement, together with their respective successors and assigns.