Purchase Obligation definition

Purchase Obligation means the unconditional and irrevocable obligation of the Liquidity Provider during the term and pursuant to the terms of the VRDP Shares Purchase Agreement to purchase Outstanding VRDP Shares on any Purchase Date at the Purchase Price from Beneficial Owners, in the case of any Optional Tender, and Holders, in the case of any Mandatory Tender or any Mandatory Purchase, in each case following delivery of a Final Notice of Purchase with respect to such VRDP Shares.
Purchase Obligation. An obligation of the Company to repurchase Mortgage Loans under the circumstances and in the manner provided in Section 2.07 or Section 2.08.
Purchase Obligation means an agreement to purchase goods or services that is enforceable and legally binding on your company that specifies all significant terms, including: fixed or minimum quantities to be purchased; fixed, minimum or variable price provisions; and the approximate timing of the transaction.

Examples of Purchase Obligation in a sentence

  • It is observed that the aforesaid PUA is meant to meet the obligation of renewable purchase by the Petitioner as specified by the Commission vide the JSERC (Renewable Energy Purchase Obligation and its Compliance) Regulations, 2016.

  • Right, publication of a notice containing the information required to fulfill the obligation concerning the Squeeze- Out Right and, at the same time, the Purchase Obligation pursuant to Article 108, paragraph 1, of the Consolidated Law on Finance, as well as the indication of the timing of the delisting of the Shares from the Stock Market.

  • It was pointed out that this commission vide its Regulation JSERC(Renewable Energy Purchase Obligation and its compliance) Regulations, 2016 and the amendments thereof specified the year-wise RPO target and it is a regulatory obligation on the part of DVC to consume certain quantum of electricity from renewable sources of energy as a percentage of total consumption.

More Definitions of Purchase Obligation

Purchase Obligation. An obligation of the Sponsor or the Depositor to purchase Mortgage Loans under the circumstances and in the manner provided in Section 2.02 or 2.04.
Purchase Obligation. An obligation of the Depositor to repurchase Loans under the circumstances and in the manner provided in Section 2.2 or Section 2.3.
Purchase Obligation means a binding sale and purchase agreement entered into by the Company with respect to the acquisition of EEL that specifies all significant terms related thereto, and the timing of the transaction.
Purchase Obligation shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.01 hereof.
Purchase Obligation means the purchase obligation of the Sub-Charterers in accordance with the terms of the Acquisition Agreement;
Purchase Obligation the Originator's obligation to purchase any ------------------- Lease pursuant to the provisions of Section 5.04 hereof. Rating Agency - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, a division of the ------------- XxXxxx-Xxxx Companies or Xxxxx'x Investors Service Inc. and their respective successors. Registration Statement - the Registration Statement (File No. 333- ---------------------- 71073), as amended and supplemented from time to time, relating to the offering from time to time of up to $1,825,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the Issuer's Lease-Backed Notes. Related Interests - with respect to any Lease, (i) all Lease Payments, ----------------- Casualty Payments, Retainable Deposits and Termination Payments in respect of such Lease, (ii) all rights under any Lease Guarantees with respect to such Lease, (iii) all rights and interests in any collateral with respect to such Lease, including any security deposit (whether or not such security deposit shall have become a Retainable Deposit) and any security interest in the Equipment securing the obligations of the related Lessee under such Lease, and (iii) all other amounts due or becoming due with respect to such Lease or any of the foregoing, except Maintenance Charges and Excess Copy Charges. Related Person - any Person (whether or not incorporated) which is -------------- under common control with the Originator or the Seller within the meaning of Section 414(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or of Section 4001(b) of ERISA. Reportable Event - any of the events set forth in Section 4043(c) of ---------------- ERISA or the regulations thereunder, a withdrawal from a Pension Plan described in Section 4063 of ERISA, or a cessation of operations described in Section 4062(e) of ERISA. Required Financing Statements - Financing Statements filed in the ----------------------------- appropriate UCC filing offices in the Filing States (i) naming the Originator as debtor and the Seller as secured party and the Originator Collateral as the collateral, (ii) naming the Seller as debtor, the Issuer as secured party, the Trustee as assignee and the Seller Collateral as the collateral, and (iii) naming the Issuer as debtor and the Trustee as secured party and the assets comprising the Asset Pool as the collateral.