Definition of Temporary Increase Amount


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.


Temporary Increase Amount means Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000).
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Examples of Temporary Increase Amount in a sentence

From and after the calendar day following the end of the Temporary Funding Period, all of the defined terms amended in this Amendment shall be defined in the Loan Agreement as they were defined immediately prior to the execution and delivery of this Amendment, and as long as all principal and accrued interest due with respect to the Temporary Increase Amount has been paid in full, the Temporary Increase Daily Adjusting LIBOR Note shall be of no further force or effect.
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.
Borrowers shall pay to Lender, as consideration for the Temporary Increase Amount, a temporary increase fee from the First Amendment Effective Date to and including the last day of the Temporary Increase Period, payable monthly, at a rate per annum equal to fifty (50) basis points multiplied by the Temporary Increase Amount.
Temporary Increase Amount means the aggregate amount of the several Commitment increases under the Temporary Increase, as reduced from time to time.
The Borrowers acknowledge that the Lenders agreement herein to provide the Temporary Increase Amount shall not bind the Lender to grant any other or further increase in the Line of Credit Limit.