Definition of Power of Attorney

  1. Power of Attorney means the power of attorney in the form of Exhibit D-1, Exhibit D-2, Exhibit D-3 and Exhibit D-4 delivered by each Seller Party (other than Guarantor), as applicable.
  2. Power of Attorney means a power of attorney in the form set forth in Exhibit A of this Repurchase Agreement.
  3. Power of Attorney means as defined in Section 4.2.2.16 hereunder.

Examples of Power of Attorney in a sentence

  1. In the event of any conflict between this Trust Agreement and any instruments filed by the Managing Owner or any new Managing Owner pursuant to this Power of Attorney, this Trust Agreement shall control.
  2. On the date hereof Grantor shall execute and deliver to Agent a power of attorney (the "Power of Attorney") substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A.
  3. Cumulative Remedies; Power of Attorney; Effect on Loan Documents.

Definition of Power of Attorney in Master Repurchase Agreement

Power of Attorney means a power of attorney in the form set forth in Exhibit A of this Repurchase Agreement.


Definition of Power of Attorney in Convertible Preferred Stock Purchase Agreement

Power of Attorney means the power of attorney in the form of Exhibit D-1, Exhibit D-2, Exhibit D-3 and Exhibit D-4 delivered by each Seller Party (other than Guarantor), as applicable.


Definition of Power of Attorney in Loan and Security Agreement

Power of Attorney means a power of attorney substantially in the form of Exhibit H hereof.