Definition of Policy Expiration Date


Policy Expiration Date means the date on which the Notes have been paid in full and all outstanding Reimbursement Obligations and other amounts due to the Note Insurer have been paid in full and the Term Of This Policy (as defined in the Policy) has expired.]
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Examples of Policy Expiration Date in a sentence

In addition, any other provision of this Agreement or any other Basic Document which is operative based in whole or in part on whether a Note Insurer Default has or has not occurred shall, at all times on or after the Policy Expiration Date, be deemed to refer to whether or not the Policy Expiration Date has occurred.
In addition, any other provision of this Indenture or any other Basic Document which is operative based in whole or in part on whether a Note Insurer Default has or has not occurred shall, at all times on or after the Policy Expiration Date, be deemed to refer to whether or not the Policy Expiration Date has occurred.
Each such policy shall provide that it shall not expire or terminate until the Landlord, Lender and Junior Lenders shall receive a notice from the insurer to the effect that a policy will expire on a date (the "Policy Expiration Date") which shall be thirty (30) days following the date of the receipt by Landlord, Lender and Junior Lenders of such notice.
Each 18 such policy shall provide that it shall not expire or terminate until the Landlord, Lender and Junior Lenders shall receive a notice from the insurer to the effect that a policy will expire on a date (the "Policy Expiration Date") which shall be thirty (30) days following the date of the receipt by Landlord, Lender and Junior Lenders of such notice.
Named Insured: Policy Number: Policy Effective Date: Policy Expiration Date: In consideration of the additional premium indicated below, it is agreed that the coverage afforded by the Coverage Part (see Policy No. referenced above) applies to "claims" first made against the "insured" and first reported to the "us" during the Extended Reporting Period.