Security Agreements definition

Security Agreements means the U.S. Security Agreement and the Canadian Security Agreement.
Security Agreements means the Borrower Security Agreement and the Subsidiary Security Agreement.
Security Agreements means security agreements, pledge agreements, securities pledge agreements and other agreements, documents or instruments evidencing or creating a Lien as security for the Obligations or any portion thereof in form and substance satisfactory to the Administrative Agent executed by any Loan Party, in favor of the Administrative Agent for the benefit of the Administrative Agent and the Lenders, and any such agreement, document or instrument subsequently executed in accordance or connection with this Agreement or any other Loan Document, and any and all amendments, modifications, supplements, renewals, extensions or restatements thereof.

Examples of Security Agreements in a sentence

  • Secured Parties agree that at any time that the Person acting as security trustee of Secured Parties in respect of the UK Security Agreements shall be a Person other than Agent, such other Person shall have the rights, remedies, benefits and powers granted to Agent in its capacity as security trustee of Secured Parties under this Agreement and the UK Security Agreements.

  • Any obligations of Agent (or any other Person acting in such capacity) in this Agreement and UK Security Agreements shall be obligations of Agent in its capacity as security trustee of Secured Parties to the extent that the obligations relate to the UK Security Agreements or the security thereby created.

  • Nothing in Sections 13.1.5 to 13.1.8 shall require Agent in its capacity as security trustee of Secured Parties under this Agreement and the UK Security Agreements to act as a trustee at common law or to be holding any property on trust, in any jurisdiction outside the US or the UK which may not operate under principles of trust or where such trust would not be recognized or its effects would not be enforceable.


More Definitions of Security Agreements

Security Agreements means the Security Agreements, each in substantially the form of the attached Exhibit I, executed by the Borrower, any of its Subsidiaries, or any of the Guarantors.
Security Agreements the collective reference to the Borrower Security Agreement and the Subsidiaries Security Agreement.
Security Agreements means, collectively, the Borrower Security Agreement and the Canadian Security Agreements.
Security Agreements shall have the meaning given to it in the recitals hereof.
Security Agreements means the U.S. Security Agreement and each Foreign Security Agreement.
Security Agreements means the security agreements executed by the Credit Parties in favor of Lender, pursuant to which each of the Credit Parties grant a first priority lien and security interest in and to all of their respective Collateral as security for the Obligations, the forms of which are attached hereto as Exhibit “F-1” and Exhibit “F-2”.
Security Agreements means, collectively, the Borrower Security Agreement, the Subsidiary Security Agreements, the MLP Security Agreement and all other security agreements, or similar instruments, executed by any of the Loan Parties in favor of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Lenders and the Lender Swap Parties, and all supplements, assignments, amendments, and restatements thereto (or any agreement in substitution therefore), and Security Agreement means any one of such Security Agreements.