Definition of Tax Loss Policy

  1. Tax Loss Policy means, with respect to each Subject Fund, a policy of insurance or other credit enhancement product for the benefit of the Collateral Agent, under which the Tax Loss Insurer will, subject to the terms and conditions of the Tax Loss Policy, pay, or such other credit enhancement product will be used to pay, to the Collateral Agent the amount of any Tax Loss Indemnity required to be paid by SolarCity and not paid by SolarCity when due under the applicable Project Documents, up to an aggregate amount and subject to a retention limit, deductible or other similar amount, approved by the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion.

Examples of Tax Loss Policy in a sentence

  1. Subject to the prior satisfaction of the conditions precedent described in Section 2 hereof, the Administrative Agent and the Required Group Agents agree (A) to extend the deadline under Section 11.11(a) of the Loan Agreement with respect to delivery of a Tax Loss Policy to November 25, 2015 (such date, the "Required Delivery Date") and (B) that failure to deliver any Tax Loss Policy before the Required Delivery Date shall not constitute a Default or Event of Default.