Definition of Temporary Increase Amount

  1. Temporary Increase Amount means, with respect to any Temporary Increase Period, an amount, as requested by Borrowers and as agreed to by Lender in writing, not to exceed Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000).
  2. Temporary Increase Amount means Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000).

Examples of Temporary Increase Amount in a sentence

  1. If the date of determination is during the period from and including August 15 to and including October 31 during any fiscal year of the Borrower, the Temporary Increase Amount; provided, however, that:

Definition of Temporary Increase Amount in Agreement

Temporary Increase Amount means the aggregate amount of the several Multicurrency Revolving Commitment increases under the Temporary Increase, as reduced from time to time. The initial Temporary Increase Amount is $100,000,000 and any Temporary Increase Amount remaining on the Temporary Increase Expiry Date shall be reduced to zero (0) on such Temporary Increase Expiry Date.


Definition of Temporary Increase Amount in Amendment to Second Amended and Restated Credit Agreement

Temporary Increase Amount means the Dollar amount equal to the lesser of:


Definition of Temporary Increase Amount in Amendment

Temporary Increase Amount means the aggregate amount of the several Multicurrency Revolving Commitment increases under the Temporary Increase, as reduced from time to time. The initial Temporary Increase Amount is $100,000,000 and