Special Entity definition

Special Entity means any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company other than a corporation in which the Borrower or one or more of its other Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity of such entity or controls such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law. For purposes of this definition, any Person which owns directly or indirectly an equity investment in another Person which allows the first Person to manage or elect managers who manage the normal activities of such second Person will be deemed to "control" such second Person (e.g. a sole general partner controls a limited partnership).
Special Entity means a Person (other than a Subsidiary) (a) listed on Schedule 1.01(a) and in existence on the Closing Date or (b) created after the Closing Date and with respect to which (i) the Borrower or any Subsidiary has made an equity Investment and directly or indirectly owns a minority interest, or any Special Entity has made an Investment and directly or indirectly owns an interest and (ii) the Borrower has delivered prior written notice to the Administrative Agent of the creation of such Special Entity and its designation as a Special Entity.
Special Entity of any Person shall mean any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company other than a corporation in which such Person or one or more of its Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and either (a) owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity or interests of such entity, or (b) controls such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law. For purposes of this definition, any Person that owns directly or indirectly an equity investment in another Person that allows the first Person to manage or elect managers who manage the normal activities of such second Person will be deemed to "control" such second Person (e.g., a sole general partner controls a limited partnership).

Examples of Special Entity in a sentence

  • In verifying the eligibility of a counterparty pursu- ant to paragraph (a) of this section, a swap dealer or major swap participant shall verify whether a counterparty is eligible to elect to be a Special Entity under § 23.401(c)(6) and, if so, notify such counterparty of its right to make such an election.

  • An employee of such person who solicits a governmental Special Entity for the swap dealer and any person who supervises, directly or indirectly, such employee.

  • In verifying the eli- gibility of a counterparty pursuant to paragraph (a) of this section, a swap dealer or major swap participant shall also verify whether the counterparty is a Special Entity.

  • In the case of a counterparty that is a Special Entity, the swap dealer complies with § 23.440 where the rec- ommendation would cause the swap dealer to act as an advisor to a Special Entity within the meaning of § 23.440(a).

  • Has authority to appoint any per- son who is directly or indirectly re- sponsible for, or can influence the out- come of, the selection of a swap dealer by a governmental Special Entity.


More Definitions of Special Entity

Special Entity means any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company, other than a corporation, in which the Borrower or one or more of its other Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity of such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law.
Special Entity means any Restricted Subsidiary that is not a Wholly-Owned Subsidiary that (i) is classified as a pass-through entity for U.S. federal, state, local and foreign income tax purposes and (ii) has no Indebtedness.
Special Entity means any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company other than a corporation in which the Company or one or more of its other Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity of such entity or controls such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law. For purposes of this definition, any Person which owns directly or indirectly an equity investment in another Person which allows the first Person to manage or elect managers who manage the normal activities of such second Person will be deemed to "control" such second Person (e.g. a sole general partner controls a limited partnership).
Special Entity means a Person (other than a Subsidiary) (a) listed on Schedule 1.01 and in existence on the Closing Date or (b) created after the Closing Date and with respect to which (i) the Borrower or any Subsidiary has made an equity Investment and directly or indirectly owns a minority interest, or any Special Entity has made an Investment and directly or indirectly owns an interest and (ii) the Borrower has delivered prior written notice to the Administrative Agent of the creation of such Special Entity and its designation as a Special Entity.
Special Entity means any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company other than a corporation in which UCLP or one or more of its other Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity of such entity or controls such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law. For purposes of this definition, any Person which owns directly or indirectly an equity investment in another Person which allows the first Person to manage or elect managers who manage the normal activities of such second Person will be deemed to “control” such second Person (e.g. a sole general partner controls a limited partnership).
Special Entity any Person which is engaged in business of the same or related general type as now being conducted by the U.S. Borrower and its Subsidiaries.
Special Entity means, with regard to a Person, any joint venture, limited liability company or partnership, general or limited partnership or any other type of partnership or company other than a corporation in which such first Person or one or more of its other Subsidiaries is a member, owner, partner or joint venturer and owns, directly or indirectly, at least a majority of the equity of such entity or controls such entity, but excluding any tax partnerships that are not classified as partnerships under state law.