Loan obligation means a bond, note, or other evidence of an obligation issued by a qualified borrower.
debt obligation means a public security, as defined by Government Code 1201.002, secured by and payable from ad valorem taxes. The term does not include public securities that are designated as self-supporting by the political subdivision issuing the securities. Gov’t Code 1251.051(1)
Collateral Debt Obligation means any debt obligation or debt security purchased by or on behalf of the Issuer from time to time (or, if the context so requires, to be purchased by or on behalf of the Issuer) each of which satisfies the Eligibility Criteria, in the case of Synthetic Securities and Non-Euro Obligations, to the extent required to do so. References to Collateral Debt Obligations shall not include Collateral Enhancement Obligations, Eligible Investments or Exchanged Equity Securities. Obligations which are to constitute Collateral Debt Obligations in respect of which the Issuer has entered into a binding commitment to purchase but which have not yet settled shall be included as Collateral Debt Obligations in the calculation of the Portfolio Profile Tests at any time as if such purchase had been completed. For the avoidance of doubt, the failure of any obligation to satisfy the Eligibility Criteria at any time after the Issuer or the Investment Manager on behalf of the Issuer has entered into a binding agreement to purchase it, shall not cause such obligation to cease to constitute a Collateral Debt Obligation.
Sukuk Obligation means any undertaking or other obligation to pay money given in connection with the issue of certificates whether or not in return for consideration of any kind.
Loan Obligations means (a) the due and punctual payment by the Borrower of (i) the unpaid principal of and interest (including interest accruing during the pendency of any bankruptcy, insolvency, receivership or other similar proceeding, regardless of whether allowed or allowable in such proceeding) on the Loans made to the Borrower under this Agreement, when and as due, whether at maturity, by acceleration, upon one or more dates set for prepayment or otherwise, (ii) each payment required to be made by the Borrower under this Agreement in respect of any Letter of Credit, when and as due, including payments in respect of reimbursement of disbursements, interest thereon (including interest accruing during the pendency of any bankruptcy, insolvency, receivership or other similar proceeding, regardless of whether allowed or allowable in such proceeding) and obligations to provide Cash Collateral and (iii) all other monetary obligations of the Borrower owed under or pursuant to this Agreement and each other Loan Document, including obligations to pay fees, expense reimbursement obligations and indemnification obligations, whether primary, secondary, direct, contingent, fixed or otherwise (including monetary obligations incurred during the pendency of any bankruptcy, insolvency, receivership or other similar proceeding, regardless of whether allowed or allowable in such proceeding), and (b) the due and punctual payment of all obligations of each other Loan Party under or pursuant to each of the Loan Documents.
Net Obligation means the amount owed to PJMSettlement and PJM for purchases from the PJM Markets, Transmission Service, (under Tariff, Parts II and III , and other services pursuant to the Agreements, after applying a deduction for amounts owed to a Participant by PJMSettlement as it pertains to monthly market activity and services. Should other markets be formed such that Participants may incur future Obligations in those markets, then the aggregate amount of those Obligations will also be added to the Net Obligation.
Mortgage Debt means (i) debt secured only by real property at the time of the MSPLF Loan’s origination;2 and (ii) limited recourse equipment financings (including equipment capital or finance leasing and purchase money equipment loans) secured only by the acquired equipment.
Finance Obligations means, at any date, (i) all Obligations, (ii) all Swap Obligations of a Credit Party permitted hereunder owed or owing under any Swap Contract to any Hedge Bank and (iii) all Cash Management Obligations of a Credit Party owing under any Cash Management Agreement to a Cash Management Bank.
Cross-Collateralized Mortgage Loan Any Mortgage Loan that is part of a Cross-Collateralized Group.
Debt Obligations means any debt obligations issued or guaranteed by the Government of Japan.
Collateral Enhancement Obligation Proceeds means all Distributions and Sale Proceeds received in respect of any Collateral Enhancement Obligation.
Financing Lease Obligation means, as applied to any Person, an obligation that is required to be accounted for as a financing or capital lease (and, for the avoidance of doubt, not a straight-line or operating lease) on both the balance sheet and income statement for financial reporting purposes in accordance with GAAP. At the time any determination thereof is to be made, the amount of the liability in respect of a financing or capital lease would be the amount required to be reflected as a liability on such balance sheet (excluding the footnotes thereto) in accordance with GAAP.
Second Priority Debt Obligations means the Initial Second Priority Debt Obligations and, with respect to any series, issue or class of Second Priority Debt, (a) all principal of, and interest (including, without limitation, any interest which accrues after the commencement of any Bankruptcy Case, whether or not allowed or allowable as a claim in any such proceeding) payable with respect to, such Second Priority Debt, (b) all other amounts payable to the related Second Priority Debt Parties under the related Second Priority Debt Documents and (c) any renewals or extensions of the foregoing.
Subordinate Obligations means, collectively, the Subordinate Notes and any Other Subordinate Obligations.
Escrow Obligations means (a) Government Obligations, (b) certificates of deposit issued by a bank or trust company which are (1) fully insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or similar corporation chartered by the United States or (2) secured by a pledge of any Government Obligations having an aggregate market value, exclusive of accrued interest, equal at least to the principal amount of the certificates so secured, which security is held in a custody account by a custodian satisfactory to the Registrar or the Registrar, as the case may be, or (c)(1) evidences of a direct ownership in future interest or principal on Government Obligations, which Government Obligations are held in a custody account by a custodian satisfactory to the Registrar pursuant to the terms of a custody agreement in form and substance acceptable to the Registrar and (2) obligations issued by any state of the United States or any political subdivision, public instrumentality or public authority of any state, which obligations are fully secured by and payable solely from Government Obligations, which Government Obligations are held pursuant to an agreement in form and substance acceptable to the Registrar and, in any such case, maturing as to principal and interest in such amounts and at such times as will insure the availability of sufficient money to make the payment secured thereby.
Collateral Enhancement Obligation means any warrant or equity security, excluding Exchanged Equity Securities, but including without limitation, warrants relating to Mezzanine Obligations and any equity security received upon conversion or exchange of, or exercise of an option under, or otherwise in respect of a Collateral Debt Obligation; or any warrant or equity security purchased as part of a unit with a Collateral Debt Obligation (but in all cases, excluding, for the avoidance of doubt, the Collateral Debt Obligation), in each case, the acquisition of which will not result in the imposition of any present or future, actual or contingent liabilities or obligations on the Issuer other than those which may arise at its option; provided that no Collateral Enhancement Obligation may be a Dutch Ineligible Security.
First Priority Obligations means (a) with respect to the Existing First Priority Agreement, all “Obligations” of each Loan Party as defined in the Existing First Priority Agreement and (b) with respect to each other First Priority Agreement, all “Obligations” of each Loan Party as defined in such First Priority Agreement, and shall in any event include (i) all principal of and interest (including without limitation any Post-Petition Interest) and premium (if any) on all loans made or other indebtedness issued or incurred pursuant to such First Priority Agreement, (ii) all reimbursement obligations (if any) and interest thereon (including without limitation any Post-Petition Interest) with respect to any letter of credit or similar instruments issued pursuant to such First Priority Agreement, (iii) all Specified Swap Agreements, (iv) all Specified Cash Management Agreements and (v) all guarantee obligations, fees, expenses and other amounts payable from time to time pursuant to the applicable First Priority Documents, in each case whether or not allowed or allowable in an Insolvency Proceeding. To the extent any payment with respect to any First Priority Obligation (whether by or on behalf of any Loan Party, as proceeds of security, enforcement of any right of setoff or otherwise) is declared to be a fraudulent conveyance or a preference in any respect, set aside or required to be paid to a debtor in possession, any Second Priority Secured Party, receiver or similar Person, then the obligation or part thereof originally intended to be satisfied shall, for the purposes of this Agreement and the rights and obligations of the First Priority Secured Parties and the Second Priority Secured Parties, be deemed to be reinstated and outstanding as if such payment had not occurred.
Credit Improved Obligation Any Collateral Obligation which, in the judgment of the Collateral Manager (which may not be called into question due to subsequent events or investment determinations made by the Collateral Manager for its other clients or investment vehicles managed by the Collateral Manager), has improved in credit quality after it was acquired by the Issuer; provided that during a Restricted Trading Period, a Collateral Obligation will qualify as a Credit Improved Obligation only if (i) it has been upgraded by S&P at least one rating sub-category (which rating may include a credit estimate) or has been placed and remains on a credit watch with positive implication by S&P since it was acquired by the Issuer, (ii) the Credit Improved Criteria are satisfied with respect to such Collateral Obligation or (iii) a Majority of the Controlling Class consents to treat such Collateral Obligation as a Credit Improved Obligation.
Finance Lease Obligation means, as applied to any Person, an obligation that is required to be accounted for as a finance or capital lease (and not an operating lease) on both the balance sheet and income statement for financial reporting purposes in accordance with GAAP. At the time any determination thereof is to be made, the amount of the liability in respect of a finance or capital lease would be the amount required to be reflected as a liability on such balance sheet (excluding the footnotes thereto) in accordance with GAAP.
First Lien Mortgage Loan A Mortgage Loan secured by a first lien Mortgage on the related Mortgaged Property.
Non-Financing Lease Obligation means a lease obligation that is not required to be accounted for as a financing or capital lease on both the balance sheet and the income statement for financial reporting purposes in accordance with GAAP. For the avoidance of doubt, a straight-line or operating lease shall be considered a Non-Financing Lease Obligation.
Mortgage Collateral means all Mortgage Notes (a) which are made payable to the order of Borrower or have been endorsed (without restriction or limitation) payable to the order of Borrower, (b) in which Lender has been granted and continues to hold a perfected first priority security interest, (c) which are in form and substance acceptable to Lender in its reasonable discretion, (d) which are secured by Mortgages, and (e) which conform in all respects with all the requirements for purchase of such Mortgage Note under the Take-Out Commitments and are valid and enforceable in accordance with their respective terms.
Hedge Obligations means any and all obligations or liabilities, whether absolute or contingent, due or to become due, now existing or hereafter arising, of each Loan Party and its Subsidiaries arising under, owing pursuant to, or existing in respect of Hedge Agreements entered into with one or more of the Hedge Providers.
Secured Longer-Term Indebtedness means, as at any date, Indebtedness (other than Indebtedness hereunder) of an Obligor (which may be Guaranteed by Subsidiary Guarantors) that (a) has no scheduled amortization prior to, and a final maturity date not earlier than, six months after the Extended Final Maturity Date (it being understood that none of: (w) the conversion features under convertible notes; (x) the triggering and/or settlement thereof; or (y) any cash payment made in respect thereof , shall constitute “amortization” for purposes of this clause (a)), (b) is incurred pursuant to documentation that is substantially comparable to market terms for substantially similar debt of other similarly situated borrowers as determined by the Borrower in its reasonable judgment and (c) is not secured by any assets of any Obligor other than pursuant to this Agreement or the Security Documents and the holders of which have either executed (i) a joinder agreement to the Guarantee and Security Agreement or (ii) such other document or agreement, in a form reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent and the Collateral Agent, pursuant to which the holders of such Secured Longer-Term Indebtedness shall have become a party to the Guarantee and Security Agreement and assumed the obligations of a Financing Agent or Designated Indebtedness Holder (in each case, as defined in the Guarantee and Security Agreement).
Secured Swap Obligations means the due and punctual payment and performance of all obligations of the Borrower and its Restricted Subsidiaries under each Swap Agreement that (a) is with a counterparty that is the Term Administrative Agent, a Lender or any of their respective Affiliates, (b) is in effect on the Effective Date with a counterparty that is a Lender, an Agent or an Affiliate of a Lender or an Agent as of the Effective Date or (c) is entered into after the Effective Date with any counterparty that is a Lender, an Agent or an Affiliate of a Lender or an Agent at the time such Swap Agreement is entered into.
Second Lien Mortgage Loan A Mortgage Loan secured by a second lien Mortgage on the related Mortgaged Property.