Definition of Temporary Increase Termination Date


Temporary Increase Termination Date means, after a Temporary Increase Effective Date, the earlier of (a) ninety (90) consecutive days after such date, and (b) such earlier date as requested by Borrowers in writing.

Examples of Temporary Increase Termination Date in a sentence

The Company and the Increasing Lender shall agree on the Adjustment Date for said increase and, if the increase is a temporary rather than permanent increase, the date on which said increase shall terminate (the "Temporary Increase Termination Date").
If at the Temporary Increase Termination Date there exists an Event of Default, the temporary increase of the Increasing Lender shall continue in effect and, unless otherwise agreed by one hundred percent (100%) of the Lenders, shall be treated thereafter as a permanent increase in said Increasing Lender's Maximum Commitment.
On the Temporary Increase Termination Date the aggregate amount of such Increasing Lender's Percentage Share of outstanding Tranche A Committed Loans and Tranche B Loans held by the Increasing Lender in excess of its Maximum Commitment after giving effect to the termination of the subject increase shall, if but only if at such Temporary Increase Termination Date there does not exist an Event of Default, be payable in full.
The Borrower and the Increasing Lender shall agree on the Adjustment Date for said increase and, if the increase is a temporary rather than permanent increase, the date on which said increase shall terminate (the "Temporary Increase Termination Date").
On the Temporary Increase Termination Date, if any, the aggregate amount of such Increasing Lender's Percentage Share of outstanding Advances held by the Increasing Lender in excess of its Commitment after giving effect to the termination of the subject increase shall, if but only if at such Temporary Increase Termination Date there does not exist a Default, be payable in full.