UK Security Documents definition

UK Security Documents means the UK Pledge Agreements and the UK Debenture.
UK Security Documents means the Guarantee and Debenture, the Share Mortgages and such other agreements, instruments and documents as may be required by Agent to create and perfect the security interest of Agent on behalf of Lenders in any Collateral located in the United Kingdom.
UK Security Documents means the Security Documents governed by the laws of the United Kingdom, including England and Wales and Scotland.

Examples of UK Security Documents in a sentence

  • Each Lender authorizes and directs JPMCB and/or its designated affiliate to act as Collateral Agent under the Collateral Security Agreement and or UK Security Trustee under the UK Security Documents and to enter into the Loan Documents relating to the Collateral (including, without limitation, the Collateral Security Agreement) for the benefit of the Lenders and the other Secured Parties.

  • Any obligations of the Administrative Agent or the Collateral Agent (or any other Person acting in such capacity) in this Agreement shall be obligations of the Administrative Agent or the Collateral Agent in its capacity as UK Security Trustee to the extent that the obligations relate to the UK Security Documents or the security thereby created.

  • For the purposes of any Liens or Collateral created under the UK Security Documents, the following additional provisions shall apply, in addition to the provisions set out in Section 15 or otherwise hereunder.

  • The Administrative Agent shall not be responsible for the negligence or misconduct of any agents, sub-agents, delegates, co-security trustees (in the case of the UK Security Documents, the Irish Security Documents or the Northern Irish Security Documents) or attorneys-in-fact selected by it with reasonable care except to the extent otherwise required by Section 9.03.

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More Definitions of UK Security Documents

UK Security Documents means, collectively, the UK Debenture and the UK Share Charge.
UK Security Documents means the UK Debenture, the UK Security Trust Deed and the UK Shares Charge and any other documents governed by English law pursuant to which any Person grants a Lien upon any real or personal property as security for payment of the Obligations.
UK Security Documents means, collectively, (a) the Prior UK Security Documents, (b) the Composite Guarantee and Debenture, (c) Share Mortgage, and (d) each other agreement, deed, instrument or writing governed by the laws of the United Kingdom to which AHL or any Subsidiary thereof pledges, charges or grants a security interest in the Collateral or such Person guarantees payment or performance of the Obligations, in each case, as amended, restated, modified or supplemented from time to time.
UK Security Documents means any Other Pledge Agreements from time to time executed by any Credit Party governed by the laws of England and Wales.
UK Security Documents means the U.K. Security Agreements, each Additional Security Document governed by the laws of England and Wales or (as applicable) the laws of Scotland and any document governed by English law or (as applicable) Scots law pursuant to which any Lien is granted or perfected by any Credit Party to the Administrative Agent as administrative agent and security trustee for the U.K. Secured Parties as security for any of the Obligations.
UK Security Documents means each of the agreements, guaranties and/or other instruments listed on Schedule 1.01(b) hereto and each other security agreement, guaranty or other instrument or document executed and delivered by any UK Loan Party pursuant to Section 5.11, 5.12 or 5.16 to secure the Secured Obligations and the UK Mortgages (if any).
UK Security Documents means, collectively, the Debenture, the Share Charges, the Security Assignment and the Intercompany Subordination Agreement.