Substitution Agreement means the substitution agreement, substantially in the form set forth in the Schedules as entered into/ proposed to be entered into between the Authority, Developer, and the Lenders in relation to the substitution of the Developer with the Nominated Company in accordance with the Agreement;
Substitution Date has the meaning specified in Paragraph 4(d)(ii).
Substitution Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 11(a)(iii) hereof.
Substitution Notice has the meaning specified in Section 2.17 (Substitution of Lenders).
Substitution Amount The amount, if any, by which the Scheduled Principal Balance of a Deleted Mortgage Loan exceeds the Scheduled Principal Balance of the related Qualifying Substitute Mortgage Loan, or aggregate Scheduled Principal Balance, if applicable, plus unpaid interest thereon, any related unpaid Advances or Servicing Advances or unpaid Servicing Fees and the amount of any costs and damages incurred by the Trust Fund associated with a violation of any applicable federal, state or local predatory or abusive lending law in connection with the origination of such Deleted Mortgage Loan.
Substitution or “substitute” shall mean materials, products, equipment, assemblies, or installation methods deviating in at least one characteristic (physical, functional, or aesthetic) from those specified, but which in the opinion of the bidder would improve competition and/or enhance the finished installation. Acceptance of substitution is subject to the approval of the Designer and owner.
Substitution Shortfall Amount With respect to a substitution pursuant to Section 2.03(a) of this Agreement, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of the Purchase Price of the Mortgage Loan being replaced calculated as of the date of substitution over the Stated Principal Balance of the related Qualified Substitute Mortgage Loan after application of all scheduled payments of principal and interest due during or prior to the month of substitution. In the event that one or more Qualified Substitute Mortgage Loans are substituted (at the same time by the same Mortgage Loan Seller) for one or more deleted Mortgage Loans, the Substitution Shortfall Amount shall be determined as provided in the preceding sentence on the basis of the aggregate Purchase Prices of the Mortgage Loan or Mortgage Loans being replaced and the aggregate Stated Principal Balances of the related Qualified Substitute Mortgage Loans.
Reconstitution Agreements The agreement or agreements entered into by the Seller and the Purchaser and/or certain third parties on the Reconstitution Date or Dates with respect to any or all of the Mortgage Loans sold hereunder, in connection with a Whole Loan Transfer, Agency Transfer or a Securitization Transaction pursuant to Section 13, including, but not limited to, a seller's warranties and servicing agreement with respect to a Whole Loan Transfer, and a pooling and servicing agreement and/or seller/servicer agreements and related custodial/trust agreement and documents with respect to a Securitization Transaction.
Substitution Event means, in respect of a Share, any Nationalization, Insolvency or Delisting in respect of such Share, or any Merger Event or Tender Offer in respect of such Share that is deemed by the Calculation Agent to be a Substitution Event, or an occurrence and continuation for at least eight consecutive applicable Exchange Business Days of a Market Disruption Event in respect of such Share.
Replacement shall have the meaning assigned to it in Section 4.8.
Purchasing cooperative means a group purchasing organization that governmental entities join as members and the managing en- tity of which receives fees from members or vendors.
Substitute Mortgage Loan A Mortgage Loan substituted by the Seller for a Deleted Mortgage Loan which must, on the date of such substitution, as confirmed in a Request for Release, substantially in the form of Exhibit M, (i) have a Stated Principal Balance, after deduction of the principal portion of the Scheduled Payment due in the month of substitution, not in excess of, and not more than 10% less than the Stated Principal Balance of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (ii) be accruing interest at a rate no lower than and not more than 1% per annum higher than, that of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (iii) have a Loan-to-Value Ratio no higher than that of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (iv) have a remaining term to maturity no greater than (and not more than one year less than that of) the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (v) not be a Cooperative Loan unless the Deleted Mortgage Loan was a Cooperative Loan and (vi) comply with each representation and warranty set forth in Section 2.03 hereof.
Reconstitution Agreement The agreement or agreements entered into by the Company and the Purchaser and/or certain third parties on the Reconstitution Date or Dates with respect to any or all of the Mortgage Loans, in connection with a Whole Loan Transfer or Securitization Transaction. Regulation AB: Subpart 229.1100 — Asset Backed Securities (Regulation AB), 17 C.F.R. §§229.1100-229.1123, as such may be amended from time to time, and subject to such clarification and interpretation as have been provided by the Commission in the adopting release (Asset-Backed Securities, Securities Act Release No. 33-8518, 70 Fed. Reg. 1,505, 1,531 (Jan. 7, 2005)) or by the staff of the Commission, or as may be provided by the Commission or its staff from time to time.
Replacement Mortgage Loan A Mortgage Loan or Mortgage Loans in the aggregate substituted by the Seller for a Deleted Mortgage Loan, which must, on the date of such substitution, as confirmed in a Request for Release, (i) have a Stated Principal Balance, after deduction of the principal portion of the Scheduled Payment due in the month of substitution, not in excess of, and not less than 90% of, the Stated Principal Balance of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (ii) if the Replacement Mortgage Loan is a fixed rate Mortgage Loan, have a fixed Mortgage Rate not less than or more than 1% per annum higher than the Mortgage Rate of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (iii) have the same or higher credit quality characteristics than that of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (iv) have a Loan-to-Value Ratio no higher than that of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (v) have a remaining term to maturity no greater than (and not more than one year less than) that of the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (vi) not permit conversion of the Mortgage Rate from a fixed rate to a variable rate; (vii) have the same lien priority as the Deleted Mortgage Loan; (viii) constitute the same occupancy type as the Deleted Mortgage Loan or be owner occupied; (ix) if the Replacement Mortgage Loan is an Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loan, have a Maximum Mortgage Rate not less than the Maximum Mortgage Rate on the Deleted Mortgage Loan, (x) if the Replacement Mortgage Loan is an Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loan, have a Minimum Mortgage Rate not less than the Minimum Mortgage Rate of the Deleted Mortgage Loan, (xi) if the Replacement Mortgage Loan is an Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loan, have a Gross Margin equal to or greater than the Gross Margin of the Deleted Mortgage Loan, (xii) if the Replacement Mortgage Loan is an Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loan, have a next Adjustment Date not more than two months later than the next Adjustment Date on the Deleted Mortgage Loan, (xiii) comply with each representation and warranty set forth in Section 7 of the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement and (xiv) the Custodian has delivered a Final Certification noting no defects or exceptions.
Replacement Energy means energy purchased by Buyer as replacement for any Delivery Failure relating to the Energy to be provided hereunder.
Substitute means a person who performs the duties of the individual who made the notes on a temporary basis, and does not refer to a person who permanently succeeds the maker of the notes in his or her position.
Replacement Airframe means an Airbus A321 aircraft or a comparable or improved model of Manufacturer (except (a) Engines or engines from time to time installed thereon and any and all Parts related to such Engine or engines and (b) Excluded Equipment), that shall have been made subject to the Lien of the Indenture pursuant to Section 7.05 thereof, together with all Parts relating to such aircraft.
Substitute Servicing Agreement means a servicing agreement that contains servicing provisions which are the same as or more favorable to the Non-Lead Noteholders, in substance, to those in the Servicing Agreement (including, without limitation, all applicable provisions relating to delivery of information and reports necessary for any Non-Lead Securitization to comply with any applicable reporting requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended) and all references herein to the “Servicing Agreement” shall mean such subsequent servicing agreement; provided, however, that if a Non-Lead Securitization Note is in a Securitization, then a Rating Agency Confirmation shall have been obtained from each Rating Agency with respect to such subsequent servicing agreement.
Reconstitution Date The date or dates on which any or all of the Mortgage Loans serviced under this Agreement shall be removed from this Agreement and reconstituted as part of a Pass-Through Transfer or a Whole Loan Transfer pursuant to Section 7.01 hereof. On such date or dates, the Mortgage Loans transferred shall cease to be covered by this Agreement and the Servicer's servicing responsibilities shall cease under this Agreement with respect to the related transferred Mortgage Loans.
Substitute natural gas or "SNG" means a gas manufactured
Replacement Aircraft means the Aircraft of which a Replacement Airframe is part.
Substitute care means the out-of-home placement of a child or young adult who is in the legal or physical custody and care of the Department.
Replacements shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.3.1 hereof.
Reconstitution Any Securitization Transaction or Whole Loan Transfer.
Construction and demolition waste means the waste comprising of building materials, debris and rubble resulting from construction, re-modeling, repair and demolition of any civil structure;
Stock cooperative means a development in which a corporation is formed or availed of, primarily for the purpose of holding title to, either in fee simple or for a term of years, improved real property, and all or substantially all of the shareholders of the corporation receive a right of exclusive occupancy in a portion of the real property, title to which is held by the corporation. The owners’ interest in the corporation, whether evidenced by a share of stock, a certificate of membership, or otherwise, shall be deemed to be an interest in a common interest development and a real estate development for purposes of subdivision (f) of Section 25100 of the Corporations Code.