Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment to principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the fixed rate of interest multiplied by the unpaid principal balance multiplied by the period of time elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made and the remainder of such payment is allocable to principal.

Simple Interest Method means the method of calculating interest due on a motor vehicle receivable on a daily basis based on the actual outstanding principal balance of the receivable on that date.

Simple Interest Method. The method of allocating a payment to principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the applicable rate of interest multiplied by the unpaid principal balance multiplied by the period of time elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made and divided by either 360 or 365, as specified in the related Mortgage Note and the remainder of such payment is allocated to principal.

## Examples of *Simple Interest Method* in a sentence

With respect to each Receivable (other than a Purchased Receivable), payments by or on behalf of the Obligor shall be applied to interest and principal in accordance with the

**Simple Interest Method**.

## More Definitions of *Simple Interest Method*

Simple Interest Method. With respect to a Simple Interest Mortgage Loan, the method of allocating a payment to principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the applicable rate of interest multiplied by the unpaid principal balance multiplied by the period of time elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made and divided by either 360 or 365, as specified in the related Mortgage Note and the remainder of such payment is allocated to principal.

Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating the monthly payments identified with respect to a Receivable to interest in an amount equal to the product of (a) the applicable APR, (b) the period of time (expressed as a fraction of a year, based on the actual number of days in the calendar month and 365 days in the calendar year) elapsed since the preceding payment was made under such Receivable and (c) the Outstanding Amount of such Receivable, and allocating the remainder of each such monthly payment to principal.

Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment between principal and interest, pursuant to which such payment is allocated, first, to interest in an amount equal to the product of the APR of the related Receivable multiplied by the unpaid Principal Balance of such Receivable multiplied by the period of time (expressed as a fraction of a year, based on the actual number of days in the applicable calendar month and a 365-day year) elapsed since the preceding payment was made, then to any applicable late charges, then to principal due on the date of payment, then to any other fees due under the related Receivable that are not included in the related Amount Financed and then to reduce further the principal balance of such Receivable .

Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment between principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the APR multiplied by the unpaid balance multiplied by the period of time (expressed as a fraction of a year, based on the actual number of days in the calendar month and the actual number of days in the calendar year) elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made and the remainder of such payment is allocable to principal.

Simple Interest Method means the method for calculating interest on a Contract whereby interest due is calculated each day based on the actual principal balance of the Contract on that day.

Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment to principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the fixed rate of interest multiplied by the unpaid principal balance multiplied by the period of time elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made (in some states assuming 30 day months), divided by the actual number of days in a year (360 days in states which assume 30 day months) and the remainder of such payment is allocable to principal.

Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment between principal and interest, pursuant to which a portion of such payment is allocated to interest in an amount equal to the product of the APR of the related Receivable multiplied by the unpaid Principal Balance of such Receivable multiplied by the period of time (expressed as a fraction of a year, based on either the actual number of days in the applicable calendar month and a 365‑day year or a 30-day month and a 360-day year, as applicable) elapsed since the preceding payment was made and the remainder of such payment is allocated to principal.