Reference Derivative Notional Size Term definition

Reference Derivative Notional Size Term means a Reference Derivative Term specified in the ISDA CCDS Reference Derivative Matrix as a Notional Size Term.

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Moody’s Single Currency Notional Amount Multiplier means, (A) if each Local Business Day is a Valuation Date, 0.08 and (B) otherwise, 0.09.
One-Month LIBOR Pass-Through Rate With respect to the Class A-1 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest A-1, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class A-2A Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2A, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class A-2B Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2B, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class A-2C Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2C, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class A-2D Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2D, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-1 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-1, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-2 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-2, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-3 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-3, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-4 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-4, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-5 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-5, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-6 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-6, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-7 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-7, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-8 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-8, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin. With respect to the Class M-9 Certificates and, for purposes of the definition of “Marker Rate”, REMIC II Regular Interest M-9, a per annum rate equal to One-Month LIBOR plus the related Certificate Margin.
Additional Book Basis Derivative Items means any Book Basis Derivative Items that are computed with reference to Additional Book Basis. To the extent that the Additional Book Basis attributable to all of the Partnership’s Adjusted Property as of the beginning of any taxable period exceeds the Aggregate Remaining Net Positive Adjustments as of the beginning of such period (the “Excess Additional Book Basis”), the Additional Book Basis Derivative Items for such period shall be reduced by the amount that bears the same ratio to the amount of Additional Book Basis Derivative Items determined without regard to this sentence as the Excess Additional Book Basis bears to the Additional Book Basis as of the beginning of such period.
Share of Additional Book Basis Derivative Items means in connection with any allocation of Additional Book Basis Derivative Items for any taxable period, (i) with respect to the Unitholders holding Common Units, Class B Units or Subordinated Units, the amount that bears the same ratio to such Additional Book Basis Derivative Items as the Unitholders’ Remaining Net Positive Adjustments as of the end of such period bears to the Aggregate Remaining Net Positive Adjustments as of that time, (ii) with respect to the General Partner (as holder of the General Partner Units), the amount that bears the same ratio to such Additional Book Basis Derivative Items as the General Partner’s Remaining Net Positive Adjustments as of the end of such period bears to the Aggregate Remaining Net Positive Adjustment as of that time, and (iii) with respect to the Partners holding Incentive Distribution Rights, the amount that bears the same ratio to such Additional Book Basis Derivative Items as the Remaining Net Positive Adjustments of the Partners holding the Incentive Distribution Rights as of the end of such period bears to the Aggregate Remaining Net Positive Adjustments as of that time.
Moody’s First Trigger Notional Amount Multiplier means 4%.
Class A-S Component The Component having such designation.
Class X Component Notional Amount With respect to each Class X Component and any date of determination, an amount equal to the then Lower-Tier Principal Balance of its Corresponding Lower-Tier Regular Interest.
Component Notional Amount Not applicable.
Class A-SB Pass-Through Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, a per annum rate equal to 3.3660%.
Class A-AB Pass-Through Rate For any Distribution Date, a per annum rate equal to 2.984%.
Class A-S Pass-Through Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, a per annum rate equal to the lesser of 3.9579% and the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate for such Distribution Date.
Underlying Reference Strike Price means, in respect of an Underlying Reference, the Underlying Reference Closing Price Value for such Underlying Reference on the Strike Date;
Class A-X Notional Amount With respect to any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the aggregate Scheduled Principal Balance of the Non-Discount Mortgage Loans.
Component Writedown Amount Not applicable.
Moody’s Second Trigger Notional Amount Multiplier means 8%. “Moody’s Second Trigger Transaction-Specific Hedge DV01 Multiplier” means 65. “Moody’s Second Trigger Transaction-Specific Hedge Notional Amount Multiplier” means 10%.
Class A-AB Component The Component having such designation.
Class X-1 Notional Amount means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the aggregate of the Certificate Balances of the Principal Balance Certificates as of the close of business on the preceding Distribution Date.
Class A-4 Pass-Through Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, a per annum rate equal to 2.12450%.
Class A-1A Pass-Through Rate For the first Distribution Date, 5.4900% per annum. As of any Distribution Date thereafter, the least of (1) One-Month LIBOR plus the Class A-1A Margin, (2) the Class A-1 Available Funds Cap for such Distribution Date and (3) the Class A-1 Maximum Rate Cap for such Distribution Date.
Class X-B Notional Amount As of any date of determination, the aggregate of the Certificate Balances of the Class A-S, Class B and Class C Certificates.
Class L Pass-Through Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, a rate per annum equal to the lesser of (i) 5.1310% and (ii) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate.
Class X-F Strip Rate With respect to the Class X-F Component for any Distribution Date, the (i) the WAC Rate for such Distribution Date over (ii) the Pass-Through Rate for the Corresponding Certificates.
Class X-F Pass-Through Rate The Pass-Through Rate for Class X-F Certificates for any Distribution Date will equal the excess, if any of (a) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate for the related Distribution Date, over (b) the Pass-Through Rate of the Class F Certificates. The Pass-Through Rate applicable to the Class X-F Certificates for the initial Distribution Date shall be the rate set forth in the Preliminary Statement hereto.
Class A Non-PO Optimal Amount As to any Distribution Date, the sum for such Distribution Date of (i) the Class A Interest Accrual Amount, (ii) the Aggregate Class A Unpaid Interest Shortfall and (iii) the Class A Non-PO Optimal Principal Amount.
Class A-3 Pass-Through Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, a per annum rate equal to 1.65000%.
Class X-G Pass-Through Rate The Pass-Through Rate for Class X-G Certificates for any Distribution Date will equal the excess, if any of (a) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate for the related Distribution Date, over (b) the Pass-Through Rate of the Class G Certificates. The Pass-Through Rate applicable to the Class X-G Certificates for the initial Distribution Date shall be the rate set forth in the Preliminary Statement hereto.