Surety Provider Fee definition

Surety Provider Fee has the meaning set forth in the Insurance Agreement.
Surety Provider Fee is defined in the Insurance Agreement.
Surety Provider Fee means, as of any date of determination, the “Premium” as defined in the Insurance Agreement plus, without duplication, any such “Premium” that is accrued and unpaid as of such date.

Examples of Surety Provider Fee in a sentence

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 2000-2 Letters of Credit.

  • The High Court therefore found that Judge Philpott had been wrong to disavow any review of the lawfulness of the applicants’ arrest and, as a consequence, her decision to grant extensions had to be quashed.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 2004-2 Letters of Credit.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 1998-1 Letters of Credit.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 2003-4 Letters of Credit.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be withdrawn from the Series 2006-1 Reserve Account.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 2003-3 Letters of Credit.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be drawn on the Series 2001-2 Letters of Credit.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be withdrawn from the Series 2004-2 Reserve Account.

  • During the continuance of a Surety Default, no amounts in respect of the Surety Provider Fee shall be withdrawn from the Series 2007-2 Reserve Account.


More Definitions of Surety Provider Fee

Surety Provider Fee means the premium as defined in the Insurance Agreement.
Surety Provider Fee is defined in the Premium Letter.

Related to Surety Provider Fee

  • Provider fee means the consideration paid by a consumer for

  • Policy Provider Agreement Has the meaning specified in the Intercreditor Agreement.

  • Policy Provider Has the meaning specified in the Intercreditor Agreement.

  • Liquidity Facility Provider means a Person that is a party to a Liquidity Facility with the Authority with respect to specified Bonds and whose credit rating by each nationally recognized Rating Agency then rating the Class I Bonds is sufficiently high to maintain the then current rating on such Bonds by such Rating Agency or the equivalent of such rating by virtue of guarantees or insurance arrangements.

  • Provider agreement means the signed, written, contractual agreement between the department and the provider of services or goods.

  • Series Enhancement means the rights and benefits provided to the Trust or the Investor Certificateholders of any Series or Class pursuant to any letter of credit, surety bond, insurance policy, cash collateral guaranty, subordinated interest in the Trust Assets, cash collateral account, collateral interest, spread account, guaranteed rate agreement, maturity liquidity facility, tax protection agreement, interest rate swap agreement, interest rate cap agreement or other similar arrangement. The subordination of any Series or Class to another Series or Class shall be deemed to be a Series Enhancement.

  • Bank Product Provider Agreement means an agreement in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit B-2 to the Agreement, in form and substance satisfactory to Agent, duly executed by the applicable Bank Product Provider, Borrowers, and Agent.

  • Provider Advance means a Downgrade Advance or a Non-Extension Advance.

  • Credit Enhancement Provider means, with respect to any Securities, any person issuing, funding or otherwise making available, for the benefit of Securityholders or any party to a Serviced Corporate Trust Contract, an asset as an enhancement of the credit quality or liquidity of any Securities or the mortgage assets or other assets pledged for or underlying such Securities, such as a letter of credit, surety bond, insurance policy, guaranty, reserve fund pledge or collateral undertaking.

  • Standard Hazard Insurance Policy means a fire and casualty extended coverage insurance policy in such amount and with such coverage as required by this Agreement.

  • Enhancement Provider means, with respect to any Series, the Person, if any, designated as such in the related Supplement.

  • Servicer Fee means a fee with respect to each Accounting Period, payable in arrears on each Settlement Date for the account of the Servicer, in an amount equal to the product of (i) one-twelfth of the Servicer Fee Rate and (ii) the aggregate Principal Balances of all Pledged Contracts as of the last day of such Accounting Period; provided that if the Servicer is not DTCC or an Affiliate of DTAC, the Servicer Fee shall be reflective of the market rate for servicing similar Contracts.

  • Provider Agreements means all participation, provider and reimbursement agreements or arrangements now or hereafter in effect for the benefit of Tenant or any Manager in connection with the operation of any Facility relating to any right of payment or other claim arising out of or in connection with Tenant’s participation in any Third Party Payor Program.

  • Replacement Liquidity Provider means a Person (or Persons) who issues a Replacement Liquidity Facility.

  • Replacement Provider has the meaning set forth in Section II.D.1.

  • Unapplied Provider Advance means any Provider Advance other than an Applied Provider Advance.

  • Banking Services Provider means any Lender (other than a Defaulting Lender) or Affiliate of a Lender (other than a Defaulting Lender) that provides Banking Services to any Credit Party.

  • Credit Facility Provider means the issuer of or obligor under a Credit Facility.

  • Primary Care Provider (PCP) means a health care professional who is contracted with BCBSAZ as a PCP and generally specializes in or focuses on the following practice areas: internal medicine, family practice, general practice, pediatrics or any other classification of provider approved as a PCP by BCBSAZ. Your benefit plan does not require you to have a PCP or to have a PCP authorize specialist referrals.

  • Provider Service means a Provider’s hosted online services (if any) as described in the Solution Exhibit which is provided by Provider to Customers located in the Territory through remote access via the Internet as part of the BPO Service. A Provider Platform Application shall be considered a Provider Service.

  • Applied Provider Advance has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 2.06(a).

  • Hazard Insurance Policy means, with respect to each Contract, the policy of fire and extended coverage insurance (and federal flood insurance, if the Manufactured Home is secured by an FHA/VA Contract and such Manufactured Home is located in a federally designated special flood area) required to be maintained for the related Manufactured Home, as provided in Section 5.09, and which, as provided in said Section 5.09, may be a blanket mortgage impairment policy maintained by the Servicer in accordance with the terms and conditions of said Section 5.09.

  • Collateral Enhancement Obligation means any warrant or equity security, excluding Exchanged Equity Securities, but including without limitation, warrants relating to Mezzanine Obligations and any equity security received upon conversion or exchange of, or exercise of an option under, or otherwise in respect of a Collateral Debt Obligation; or any warrant or equity security purchased as part of a unit with a Collateral Debt Obligation (but in all cases, excluding, for the avoidance of doubt, the Collateral Debt Obligation), in each case, the acquisition of which will not result in the imposition of any present or future, actual or contingent liabilities or obligations on the Issuer other than those which may arise at its option; provided that no Collateral Enhancement Obligation may be a Dutch Ineligible Security.

  • Annual Service Charge for any period means the aggregate interest expense for such period in respect of, and the amortization during such period of any original issue discount of, Indebtedness of the Issuer and its Subsidiaries.

  • Provider is any individual or company that provides professional or technical services.

  • Credit Provider means a Person providing a guaranty, or other credit support, in form and substance reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent, of the obligations of an Included Investor to make Investor Capital Contributions.