Nonrecourse Debt means, at any time, all Debt of Subsidiaries (and all other Persons which are consolidated on the Guarantor’s financial statements in accordance with GAAP (such Subsidiaries or other Persons a “Consolidated Person”)) of the Guarantor outstanding at such time incurred on terms that recourse may be had to such Consolidated Person only by enforcing the lender’s default remedies with respect to specific assets which constitute collateral security for such Debt and not by way of action against such Consolidated Person (nor against the Guarantor or such other Consolidated Person of the Guarantor) as a general obligor in respect of such Debt (subject to, for the avoidance of doubt, customary exceptions contained in non-recourse financings to the non-recourse nature of the obligations thereunder).
Nonrecourse Debt means Debt of the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries in respect of which no recourse may be had by the creditors under such Debt against the Borrower or such Subsidiary in its individual capacity or against the assets of the Borrower or such Subsidiary, other than assets which were purchased by the Borrower or such Subsidiary with the proceeds of such Debt.
Nonrecourse Debt means Debt of the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries in respect of which no recourse may be had by the creditors under such Debt against the Borrower or such Subsidiary in its individual capacity or against the assets of the Borrower or such Subsidiary, other than (a) to assets which were purchased or refinanced by the Borrower or such Subsidiary with the proceeds of such Debt, (b) to the proceeds of such assets, or (c) if such assets are held by a Subsidiary formed solely for such purpose, to such Subsidiary or the equity interests in such Subsidiary.
Nonrecourse Debt means any Company liability to the extent that no Member (or related person within the meaning of Treasury Regulations Section 1.752-4(b)) bears the economic risk of loss for such liability under Treasury Regulations Section 1.752-2.
Nonrecourse Debt means Debt of any Subsidiary of the Borrower (i) as to which (A) the Borrower provides no credit support of any kind (including any undertaking, agreement or instrument that would constitute Debt), (B) the Borrower is not directly or indirectly liable as a guarantor or otherwise, (C) the Borrower is not the lender or other type of creditor, or (D) the relevant legal documents do not provide that the lenders or other type of creditors with respect thereto will have any recourse to the stock or assets of the Borrower and (ii) no default with respect to which would permit, upon notice, lapse of time or both, any holder of any other Debt (other than the Advances and any Note) of the Borrower to declare a default on such other Debt or cause the payment thereof to be accelerated or payable prior to its stated maturity. For the avoidance of doubt, if the Borrower provides credit support that is limited in its drawable amount for any portion of Debt of any Subsidiary of the Borrower that would be considered Nonrecourse Debt but for the provision of such credit support, such Debt shall be considered Nonrecourse Debt to the extent that it is not so supported.
Nonrecourse Debt means any Debt that finances the acquisition, development, ownership or operation of an asset in respect of which the Person to which such Debt is owed has no recourse whatsoever to the Borrower or any of its Affiliates other than:
Nonrecourse Debt means any Debt: (a) under the terms of which the payee's remedies upon the occurrence of a default are limited to specific, identified assets of the payor which secure such Debt; and (b) for the repayment of which the payor has no personal liability beyond the loss of such specified assets, except for liability for fraud, material misrepresentations or misuse or misapplication of insurance proceeds, condemnation awards or rents, existence of hazardous waste or other customary exceptions to nonrecourse provisions.
Nonrecourse Debt or "Nonrecourse Liability" means any indebtedness for which none of the Partners has any Economic Risk of Loss other than through his or its interest in the Partnership Property securing such indebtedness, as defined in Section 1.752- 1(a)(2) of the Allocation Regulations.
Nonrecourse Debt means any Debt secured by a lien (other than a lien on Pledged Revenues), liability for which is effectively limited to the property subject to such lien with no recourse, directly or indirectly, to any other property of the Board attributable to the Financing System; provided, however, that such Debt is being incurred in connection with the acquisition of property only, which property is not, at the time of such occurrence, owned by the Board and being used in the operations of a Participant.