Note Interest Rate definition

Note Interest Rate means a per annum rate equal to 0.06% in excess of LIBOR as determined by the Calculation Agent on the related LIBOR Determination Date with respect to each Interest Period.
Note Interest Rate means a rate per annum equal to 0%.
Note Interest Rate means a rate per annum equal to 0.04% in excess of LIBOR as determined by the Calculation Agent on the related LIBOR Determination Date with respect to each Interest Period.

Examples of Note Interest Rate in a sentence

  • Class Note Interest Rate Initial Note Balance Class A-1[a] Notes [_]% $[_] [Class A-1b Notes] [Compounded SOFR* + [_]%] [$[_]] Class A-2 Notes [_]% $[_] Class A-3 Notes [_]% $[_] Class B Notes [_]% $[_] Class C Notes [_]% $[_] Class D Notes [_]% $[_] Class E Notes [_]% $[_] _______________ * Upon the occurrence of a Benchmark Transition Event, Compounded SOFR will be replaced by the appropriate Benchmark Replacement as set forth in Section 2.16 of this Indenture.

  • Each Class of Notes will accrue interest on its Note Balance for each Interest Period until the Note Balance has been paid in full at a rate per annum equal to its Note Interest Rate for that Interest Period.


More Definitions of Note Interest Rate

Note Interest Rate means the per annum interest rate borne by a Note.
Note Interest Rate means zero; provided that if the Outstanding Dollar Principal Amount is not paid in full on or prior to the Expected Maturity Date, the Note Interest Rate for each Interest Accrual Period shall be LIBOR + 1.00% per annum, calculated on the basis of the actual number of days elapsed and a 360-day year; provided, further, that if the sum of LIBOR + 1.00% for such Interest Accrual Period is less than 0.00%, then the Note Interest Rate for such Interest Accrual Period will be deemed to be 0.00%.
Note Interest Rate means, for each Class, the interest rate per annum stated below: Class Note Interest Rate Class A-1 % Class A-2[a] % [Class A-2b one-month LIBOR + ] Class A-3 % Class A-4 % Class B % Class C %
Note Interest Rate means the Class A-1 Rate, the Class A-2 Rate, the Class A-3 Rate or the Class A-4 Rate, as applicable.
Note Interest Rate means LIBOR + 0.35% per annum, calculated on the basis of the actual number of days elapsed and a 360-day year.
Note Interest Rate means, for each Class, the interest rate per annum specified in Section 2.1(b).
Note Interest Rate means, for each Class of Notes, the interest rate per annum specified below (except that the Note Interest Rate for any Floating Rate Notes will not be less than 0.00%): Class Note Interest Rate Class A-1 Notes 2.45201% Class A-2a Notes 2.93% Class A-2b Notes one-month LIBOR + 0.16% Class A-3 Notes 3.19% Class A-4 Notes 3.30% Class B Notes 3.49% Class C Notes 3.62%