# Net Balance definition

Net Balance means, as of the date of determination, the Gross Contract Payments of a Contract less all unearned interest, fees, charges, and insurance premiums owing by the Contract Debtor.
Net Balance means, as of the date of determination, the Gross Contract Payments of a Contract less all unearned interest owing by the Contract Debtor.
Net Balance means, as of any date of determination, the Gross Installment Contract Payments of an Installment Contract, less all unearned interest, fees, and charges (including premiums for insurance and product warranties) owing by the debtor thereunder.

## Examples of Net Balance in a sentence

• When Company terminates traffic of roamers using Sprint PCS facilities (including facilities of affiliates of Sprint PCS) within the MTA, this traffic shall be included in Sprint’s Net Balance of Traffic, as defined in Section 6, below, and will be billed to Sprint PCS by Company.

• If the Net Balance is greater than the Basin Fund Target Balance, use the value for forecasted energy purchase power expenses (FX).

• When new Pools or Purchased Loans are pledged to the Collateral Agent, the related Funding Notice shall provide (A) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of the Contracts to be pledged to the Collateral Agent on the related Funding Date; (B) the Aggregate Outstanding Eligible Loan Balance; and (C) the Aggregate Outstanding Eligible Loan Net Balance; each as of the applicable Cut-off Date and as reported in the Loan Servicing System or as a product of the Loan Loss Reserve analysis.

• If the Net Balance is less than the Basin Fund Target Balance, then FA1=FX-(BFTB-NB).

• If the net balance is less than the Basin Fund Target Balance, reduce the value of the Forecasted Energy Purchase Power Expenses by the difference between the Basin Fund Target Balance and the Net Balance.FA1 = If (NB > BFTB, FX, FX - (BFTB - NB)) = \$91,991,199 (NB) is greater than \$64,395,199 (BFTB) then: = \$17,263,215.90 (FX) If the Net Balance is greater than the Basin Fund Target Balance, then FA1=FX.

## More Definitions of Net Balance

Net Balance means with respect to an Installment Sales Contract, the outstanding balance owing on such Installment Sales Contract including any applicable late charges but exclusive of any unearned finance charges as provided for in such Installment Sales Contract and means with respect to a Crop Time Note, the outstanding principal balance owing on such Crop Time Note and all accrued and unpaid interest thereon.
Net Balance means, as of the date of determination, the Gross Contract Payments of a Vehicle Contract less all unearned interest, fees, and charges (but including any service contract amount included therein) owing by the Contract Debtor.
Net Balance means, in relation to an Offset Portion, the positive difference (if any) between the principal amount owing under the Offset Portion and the credit balances in the Specified Account.
Net Balance means, at the end of each Financial Year, the amount for that Financial Year determined in accordance with clause 18.6(a).
Net Balance means the balance of the Net Revenue or Net Advertising Revenue (as applicable) after Snack Media has deducted the Commission.
Net Balance means the balance of the Net Advertising Revenue after Snack Media has deducted the Commission.
Net Balance means the outstanding balance owing on an Installment Sales Contract including any applicable late charges but exclusive of any unearned finance charges as provided for in such Installment Sales Contract.