Definition of Term Debt

  1. Term Debt means all outstanding principal, accrued interest, accrued fees and expenses and any other indebtedness and amounts owing to Term Debt Lenders (or the agents therefor) under the Term Debt Documents.

Examples of Term Debt in a sentence

  1. In connection with the original issuance of any Bearer Security and unless otherwise specified in the Board Resolution (or, in the case of any Bearer Securities that are Medium-Term Debt Securities, in the Medium-Term Debt Securities Certificate) with respect to such Bearer Securities, a confirmation substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit B.5 to this Indenture shall be sent to each purchaser thereof.
  2. Redemption of Second Lien Term Debt and Amendment of Second Lien Term Loan Documents and Permitted Refinancing Documents.
  3. Total Capital means the sum of: Average Long-Term Debt Average Cash + Average Equity.

Definition of Term Debt in Facility Agreement

Term Debt means on any date, Financial Indebtedness with a scheduled maturity date 12 Months or more from the date on which such Financial Indebtedness was incurred.


Definition of Term Debt in Debtor in Possession Credit Agreement

Term Debt means all outstanding principal, accrued interest, accrued fees and expenses and any other indebtedness and amounts owing to Term Debt Lenders (or the agents therefor) under the Term Debt Documents.