Definition of Term Loan Collateral


Term Loan Collateral means all assets, whether now owned or hereafter acquired by any Grantor, in which a Lien is granted or purported to be granted at any time by such Grantor to any Term Loan Secured Party as security for any Term Loan Obligation.
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Examples of Term Loan Collateral in a sentence

Permit the Carve-Out, if and to the extent invoked pursuant to the Orders, to be allocated in a manner other than one-third against the ABL Collateral and two-thirds against the Term Loan Collateral.
The foregoing provisions are intended as an inducement to the Term Claimholders (as defined in the Term Loan Intercreditor Agreement) to enter into the arrangements contemplated by the Term Loan Collateral Documents (as defined in the Term Loan Intercreditor Agreement) and the Term Claimholders are intended third party beneficiaries of such provisions and the provisions of the Term Loan Intercreditor Agreement.
The Term Loan Collateral and the Allocated Term Loan Amount for each item of Term Loan Collateral shall be evidenced by Confirmations executed by the applicable Borrower and the Administrative Agent.
In the case of Term Loans, the Custodian shall have possession of all Mortgage Loan Documents for the Term Loan Collateral and the Administrative Agent shall be in receipt of Trust Receipts for the Term Loan Collateral and all other conditions under the Custodial Agreement are satisfied with respect to such Term Loan Collateral.
ABL Collateral means all Collateral consisting of pre- and post-petition property of the Debtors consisting of cash and Cash Collateral (other than cash proceeds of property that was Term Loan Collateral when such proceeds arose), and any investment of such cash and Cash Collateral, inventory, accounts receivable and other related rights to payment, contracts and assets of the Debtors, whether existing on the Petition Date or acquired thereafter, and the proceeds of all of the foregoing.