Prior Security Interest definition

Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest in and to the Collateral that is subject only to Permitted Liens which have first-priority by operation of applicable Law.
Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest in the Collateral; provided that (i) the BBH Obligations shall be permitted to be secured by the Collateral on a pari passu basis with such security interest in the Collateral securing the Obligations and (ii) Liens which both (a) are Permitted Liens and (b) either (1) have priority over the Liens granted to the Administrative Agent pursuant to the Loan Documents by operation of Law or (2) are Purchase Money Security Interests whether or not having priority over the Liens granted to the Administrative Agent pursuant to the Loan Documents by operation of Law, shall be permitted to be prior to the Administrative Agents’ lien on the Collateral. Prohibited Transaction shall mean any prohibited transaction as defined in Section 4975 of the Internal Revenue Code or Section 406 of ERISA which is not covered by a statutory exemption and for which neither an individual nor a class exemption has been issued by the United States Department of Labor. Property shall mean all real property, both owned and leased, of any Loan Party. PTC Filings shall mean the short form security agreements for U.S. Intellectual Property registrations and applications.

Examples of Prior Security Interest in a sentence

  • All Accounts of the Loan Parties shall be subject to the Administrative Agent’s Prior Security Interest for the benefit of the Lenders and their respective Affiliates.

  • All Accounts, whether Qualified Accounts or not, shall be subject to the Banks’ Prior Security Interest.

  • All Accounts, whether Qualified Accounts or not, shall be subject to the Banks' Prior Security Interest.

  • The Agent shall have received (1) copies of all filing receipts and acknowledgments issued by any governmental authority to evidence any recordation or filing necessary to perfect the Lien of the Banks on the Collateral or other satisfactory evidence of such recordation and filing and (2) evidence in a form acceptable to the Agent that such Lien constitutes a Prior Security Interest in favor of the Banks and, in the case of the Mortgage, a valid and perfected first priority Lien.

  • All Accounts Receivable, whether Qualified Accounts Receivable or not, shall be subject to the Lenders’ Prior Security Interest, subject to Permitted Liens, if any.


More Definitions of Prior Security Interest

Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest under the UCC or PPSA, as applicable, in the Collateral which is subject only to statutory Liens for taxes not yet due and payable, Purchase Money Security Interests or other Permitted Liens having priority by operation of Law.
Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest under the Uniform Commercial Code in the Collateral which is subject only to statutory Liens for taxes not yet due and payable or Purchase Money Security Interests permitted hereunder. Pro Forma Basis shall mean, with respect to compliance with any covenant or test hereunder (including for the purposes of the pricing grid on Schedule 1.1(A) hereof), compliance with such covenant or test after giving effect to (a) any increase in Commitments pursuant to Section 2.12 [Increase in Revolving Credit Commitments], (b) any Permitted Acquisition (to the extent not subsequently disposed of during such period), or (c) any sale or disposition of assets (other than as permitted in clauses (i) through (iv) of Section 8.2.7 [Dispositions of Assets and Subsidiaries]), as if such increase, Permitted Acquisition or such sale or disposition, and all other increases, Permitted Acquisitions or sales or dispositions, and any refinancing of Indebtedness in connection therewith consummated during such period, and any Indebtedness or other liabilities incurred in connection with any such Permitted Acquisition or sale or disposition had been consummated or, as the case may be, incurred at the beginning of such period. For purposes of this definition, (i) if any Indebtedness to be so incurred bears interest at a floating rate and is being given pro forma effect, the interest on such Indebtedness will be calculated as if the rate in effect on the last day of the applicable period had been the applicable rate for the entire period (taking into account any applicable Interest Rate Hedge), (ii) if such Indebtedness bears, at the option of the Borrowers a fixed or floating rate of interest, interest thereon will be computed by applying, at the option of the Borrowers, either the fixed or floating rate (determined in accordance with clause (i)); and (iii) interest on Indebtedness under a revolving credit facility will be computed based upon the average daily balance of such Indebtedness during such period. PST shall mean PST Eletrônica, Ltda., a limited business company.
Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest under the Uniform Commercial Code in the UCC Collateral and the Pledged Collateral which is subject only to Liens for taxes not yet due and payable to the extent such prospective tax payments are given priority by statute or Purchase Money Security Interests as permitted hereunder. Proforma Statement shall have the meaning ascribed to that term in Section 6.1.9(b)(i).
Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest under the UCC in the Collateral which is subject only to statutory Liens for taxes not yet due and payable.
Prior Security Interest shall be defined as an enforceable, perfected security interest (under the Uniform Commercial Code), which interest is senior and prior to all liens (including without limitation all security interests, pledges, bailments, leases, mortgages, conditional sales and title retention agreements, charges, claims, encumbrances, judgments, levies and all other types of liens whatsoever).
Prior Security Interest means a valid and enforceable perfected first-priority security interest under the Uniform Commercial Code or a first registered charge under the Corporations Act (in the case of a Security Agreement governed by Australian law) or a first ranking hypothec under the applicable laws of the Province Quebec, Canada (in the case of the Deed of Hypothec and the Debenture Pledge Agreement) in the UCC Collateral and the Pledged Collateral which is subject only to (i) Liens for taxes not yet due and payable to the extent such prospective tax payments are given priority by statute, (ii) Purchase Money Security Interests as permitted hereunder, (iii) Permitted Liens on tangible property (excluding inventory) acquired pursuant to Permitted Acquisitions, and (iv) other Permitted Liens to the extent given priority by statute, excluding Liens created by consensual security interests granted under the Uniform Commercial Code (assuming compliance, to the extent it is applicable, (i) with the requirements of laws of jurisdictions other than the United States, Australia, Canada or any state, province or subdivision thereof with respect to Collateral located in jurisdictions other than the United States, Australia or Canada, and (ii) with the requirements of the laws of the Republic of Mauritius with respect to the pledge of the shares of Koppers-Mauritius).
Prior Security Interest means an enforceable, perfected security interest under the UCC which is prior to all Liens, except Liens for taxes not yet due and payable to the extent given priority by statute.