Off-Balance Sheet Liability definition

Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (a) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (b) any indebtedness, liability or obligation under any so-called “synthetic lease” transaction entered into by such Person, or (c) any indebtedness, liability or obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheet of such Person (other than operating leases).
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (i) any obligation under a sale and leaseback transaction which is not a Capital Lease Obligation, (ii) any so-called “synthetic lease” or “tax ownership operating lease” transaction entered into by such Person, (iii) the amount of obligations outstanding under the legal documents entered into as part of any asset securitization or similar transaction on any date of determination that would be characterized as principal if such asset securitization or similar transaction (including without limitation any Permitted Securitization Transaction) were structured as a secured lending transaction rather than as a purchase or (iv) any other transaction (excluding operating leases for purposes of this clause (iv)) which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheet of such Person; in all of the foregoing cases, notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the outstanding amount of any Off-Balance Sheet Liability shall be calculated based on the aggregate outstanding amount of obligations outstanding under the legal documents entered into as part of any such transaction on any date of determination that would be characterized as principal if such transaction were structured as a secured lending transaction, whether or not shown as a liability on a consolidated balance sheet of such Person, in a manner reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (i) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (ii) any liability under any sale and leaseback transaction which is not a Capital Lease, or (iii) any liability under any so-called “synthetic lease” transaction entered into by such Person; but excluding from this definition, any Operating Leases.

Examples of Off-Balance Sheet Liability in a sentence

  • The amount of any capital lease, Synthetic Lease Obligation or other Off-Balance Sheet Liability as of any date shall be deemed to be the amount of Attributable Indebtedness in respect thereof as of such date.

  • None of the Borrowers will, nor will they permit any Subsidiary to, enter into or suffer to exist any Sale and Leaseback Transaction or any other Off-Balance Sheet Liability.

  • LaTourette (R-Ohio) Congressman John Lewis (D-Georgia) Congressman John Linder (R-Georgia) Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa)Congresswoman Carolyn B.

  • An AIFC-Incorporated Insurer must calculate its Off-Balance Sheet Liability Risk Component by applying, to the face value of any credit substitute it has issued (including letters of credit, guarantees and put options serving as guarantees) the asset risk component that would be applied to the obligation or asset over which the credit substitute has been written.

  • The Off-Balance Sheet Liability Risk Component must be calculated by applying, to the face value of any credit substitute it has issued (including letters of credit, guarantees and put options serving as guarantees) the asset risk component that would be applied to the obligation or asset over which the credit substitute has been written.


More Definitions of Off-Balance Sheet Liability

Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person, (i) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (ii) any liability under any Sale and Leaseback Transaction of such Person which is not a Capital Lease Obligation and (iii) all Synthetic Lease Obligations of such Person. The amount of liability under a Sale and Leaseback Transaction of any Person shall be the amount that would be shown as a liability on a balance sheet of such Person prepared in accordance with GAAP if such lease or agreement were accounted for as a Capital Lease Obligation.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (a) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (b) any liability under any Sale and Leaseback Transaction which is not a Capital Lease, and (c) all Synthetic Lease obligations of such Person.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (a) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person that is related to retained credit risk, or (b) any indebtedness, liability or obligation under any so-called “synthetic leasetransaction entered into by such Person.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person shall mean any of the following obligations not appearing on such Person's consolidated balance sheet: (i) all lease obligations, leveraged leases, sale and leasebacks and other similar lease arrangements of such Person, (ii) any liability under any so called "synthetic lease" or "tax ownership operating lease" transaction entered into by such Person, and (iii) any obligation arising with respect to any other transaction if and to the extent that such obligation is the functional equivalent of borrowing but that does not constitute a liability on the consolidated balance sheet of such Person.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means (a) any repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (b) Synthetic Lease Obligations, or (c) any obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheets of such Person (but, for the avoidance of doubt, excluding any operating leases (as determined consistent with GAAP as in effect on the Closing Date) other than a Synthetic Lease).
Off-Balance Sheet Liability means (i) any non-contingent repurchase obligation or liability of such Person or any of its Subsidiaries with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person or any of its Subsidiaries (calculated to include the unrecovered investment of purchasers or transferees of accounts or any other obligation of such Person or such transferor to purchasers/transferees of interests in accounts or notes receivable or the agent for such purchasers/transferees) or (ii) any obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is the functional equivalent of or takes the place of borrowing but which does not constitute a liability on the balance sheets of such Person, but excluding from this clause (ii) Operating Leases.
Off-Balance Sheet Liability of a Person means, without duplication, the principal component of (i) any Receivables Purchase Facility or any other repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person (other than the sale or disposition in the ordinary course of business of accounts or notes receivable in connection with the compromise or collection thereof consistent with customary industry practice (and not as part of any bulk sale or financing of receivables)) or (ii) any liability under any so-called “synthetic lease” or “tax ownership operating leasetransaction entered into by such Person; provided that “Off-Balance Sheet Liabilities” shall not include the principal component of the foregoing if such principal component (a) is otherwise reflected as a liability on such Person’s consolidated balance sheet or (b) is deducted from revenues in determining such Person’s consolidated net income but is not thereafter added back in calculating such Person’s Consolidated EBITDA.