Off-Balance Sheet Obligation definition

Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means the monetary obligation of a Person under (a) a so-called synthetic, off-balance sheet or tax retention lease, (b) an agreement for the use or possession of property creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, would be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment) or (c) an agreement for the sale of receivables or like assets creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, could be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment).
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means, with respect to any Person, any Obligation of such Person under a synthetic lease, tax retention operating lease, off-balance sheet loan or similar off-balance sheet financing classified as an operating lease in accordance with GAAP, if such Obligations would give rise to a claim against such Person in a proceeding referred to in Section 6.01(f).
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means the monetary obligation of a Person under (a) a so-called synthetic, off-balance sheet or tax retention lease, (b) an agreement for the use or possession of property creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, would be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment), or (c) Attributable Indebtedness and other obligations in respect of a Permitted Receivables Purchase Facility. The interest component of Off Balance Sheet Obligations shall mean in the case of a lease, those monetary obligations which would, in accordance with GAAP, be treated as interest if such lease was a Capital Lease, and in all other cases shall be the amount which would be characterized as interest upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person (assuming, for purposes of any Permitted Receivables Purchase Facility, that such sale does not constitute a true sale).

Examples of Off-Balance Sheet Obligation in a sentence

The amount of any Capital Lease or Off Balance Sheet Obligation as of any date shall be deemed to be the amount of Attributable Indebtedness in respect thereof as of such date.


More Definitions of Off-Balance Sheet Obligation

Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means any transaction, agreement or other contractual arrangement to which an entity unconsolidated with the Borrower is a party, under which the Borrower has:
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means, with respect to any Person, without duplication of any clause within the definition ofDebt”, all (a) Obligations of such Person under any lease which is treated as an operating lease for financial accounting purposes and a financing lease for tax purposes (i.e., a “synthetic lease”), (b) Obligations of such Person in respect of transactions entered into by such Person that have become effective by the terms thereof, the proceeds from which would be reflected on the financial statements of such Person in accordance with GAAP as cash flows from financings at the time such transaction was entered into (other than as a result of either (i) the issuance of Equity Interests or (ii) the occurrence of a net increase to the shareholders’ equity (or such other ownersequity account) of such Person) and (c) Obligations of such Person in respect of other transactions entered into by such Person that are not otherwise addressed in the definition of “Debt” or in clause (a) or (b) above that are intended to function primarily as a borrowing of funds (including, without limitation, any minority interest transactions that function primarily as a borrowing) and that have become effective by the terms thereof.
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means, with respect to any Person, any (a) repurchase obligation or liability of such Person with respect to accounts or notes receivable sold by such Person, (b) liability of such Person under any Sale and Leaseback Transactions that do not create a liability on the balance sheet of such Person, (c) obligation under a Synthetic Lease or (d) 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.
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means, with respect to any Person, any Obligation of such Person under a synthetic lease, tax retention operating lease, off-balance sheet loan or similar off-balance sheet financing classified as an operating lease in accordance with GAAP, if, and only to the extent that, such Obligations would give rise to a claim against such Person in a proceeding referred to in Section 6.01(f) (it being understood that this definition of “Off Balance Sheet Obligation” shall not include operating leases entered into in the ordinary course of business).
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means: (i) so long as the Parent is not a reporting company with the SEC, the monetary obligation of the Parent, Borrower, or any Subsidiary under (a) a so-called synthetic, off-balance sheet or tax retention lease, or (b) an agreement for the use or possession of property creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, would be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment); or (ii) so long as the Parent is a reporting company with the SEC, liabilities and obligations of the Parent, the Borrower or any Subsidiary in respect of “off-balance sheet arrangements” (as defined in Item 303(a)(4)(ii) of Regulation S-K promulgated under the Securities Act) which the Parent would be required to disclose in the “Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operationssection of the Parent’s report on Form 10 Q or Form 10 K (or their equivalents) which the Parent is required to file with the SEC.
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means, with respect to any Person as of any date of determination thereof, without duplication and to the extent not included as a liability on the consolidated balance sheet of such Person and its Subsidiaries in accordance with GAAP: (a) with respect to any asset securitization transaction (including any accounts receivable purchase facility) (i) the unrecovered investment of purchasers or transferees of assets so transferred, and (ii) any other payment, recourse, repurchase, hold harmless, indemnity or similar obligation of such Person or any of its Subsidiaries in respect of assets transferred or payments made in respect thereof, other than limited recourse provisions that are customary for transactions of such type and that neither (x) have the effect of limiting the loss or credit risk of such purchasers or transferees with respect to payment or performance by the obligors of the assets so transferred nor (y) impair the characterization of the transaction as a true sale under applicable Laws (including Debtor Relief Laws); (b) the monetary obligations under any financing lease or so-calledsynthetic,” tax retention or off-balance sheet lease transaction where such Person has retained the tax benefits of the equipment subject to the applicable lease and which, upon the application of any Debtor Relief Law to such Person or any of its Subsidiaries, would be characterized as indebtedness; (c) the monetary obligations under any sale and leaseback transaction involving a lease of the type described in clause (b) above; or (d) any other monetary obligation arising with respect to any other transaction which is characterized as indebtedness for tax purposes but not for accounting purposes in accordance with GAAP.
Off-Balance Sheet Obligation means the monetary obligation of a Person under (a) a Synthetic Lease or similar off-balance sheet or tax retention lease, or (b) an agreement for the use or possession of property creating obligations that do not appear on the balance sheet of such Person but which, upon the insolvency or bankruptcy of such Person, would be characterized as the indebtedness of such Person (without regard to accounting treatment). “Officer’s Certificate” means a certificate of an Authorized Officer of the Issuer whose responsibilities extend to the subject matter of such certificate. “Organizational Documents” means (a) with respect to any corporation, its certificate or articles of incorporation or organization, as amended, and its by laws, as amended, (b) with respect to any limited partnership, its certificate of limited partnership, as amended, and its partnership agreement, as amended, (c) with respect to any general partnership, its partnership agreement, as amended, and (d) with respect to any limited liability company, its articles of organization, certificate of formation or comparable documents, as amended, and its operating agreement, as amended. In the event any term or condition of this Agreement or any other Financing Agreement requires any Organizational Document to be certified by a secretary of state or similar Governmental Official, the reference to any such “Organizational Document” shall only be to a document of a type customarily certified by such Governmental Official. “Ownership Share” means the percentage of the Capital Stock owned by a Consolidated Party in an Unconsolidated Affiliate accounted for pursuant to the equity method of accounting under GAAP. “Parent Guarantee” is defined in Section 22.1. “Parent Guarantor” is defined in the preamble. “PBGC” means the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation referred to and defined in ERISA or any successor thereto.