Accounts Receivable

Example Definitions of "Accounts Receivable"
Accounts Receivable. All of the following: (i) Accounts and Other Rights of Payment. All rights Borrower has now or in the future to payments including, but not limited to, payment for goods and other property sold or leased for services rendered. This includes any rights or interests (including all guaranties, standby letters of credit, liens and security interests) which Borrower may have by law or agreement against any Account Debtor. (ii) Chattel Paper. All rights Borrower has now or in the future to payments... arising out of a writing or a writings which evidence both a monetary obligation and a security interest in or a lease of specific goods. This includes any rights and interests (including all liens and security interests) which Borrower may have by law or agreement against any Account Debtor. (iii) General Intangibles. All general intangibles including, but not limited to, tax refunds, applications for patents, patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, good will, trade names, customer lists, permits and franchises, and the right to use Borrower's name. (iv) Proceeds. All proceeds from the disposition or collection of Accounts Receivable. View More
Accounts Receivable. All rights the Company has now or in the future to payments including, but not limited to, payment for goods and other property sold or leased or for services rendered, whether or not the Company has earned such payment by performance. This includes any rights and interests (including all guaranties, standby letters of credit, liens and security interests) which the Company may have by law or agreement against any Account Debtor
Accounts Receivable. The aggregate amount of accounts, commissions and debts payable to any of the Companies as at Closing and shown on the Closing Balance Sheet. The Accounts Receivable is the equivalent as at Closing of "Debtors" as shown on the 2004 Balance Sheet (as defined in Section 4.6). The Accounts Receivable includes any Customer Interest and receivables which are counted in determining Adjusted Net Asset Value pursuant to Section 2.3(a)(i) and (ii), and such Customer Interest and receivables shall be... subject to Section 3.6 to the same extent as all other Accounts Receivable included in the Closing Balance Sheet. For all purposes hereunder, the Accounts Receivable shall be valued at their net realizable value, net of an allowance for bad debts. View More
Accounts Receivable. All trade accounts receivable of the Business and all debts or obligations due from the customers of the Business.
Accounts Receivable. All amounts which Seller is entitled to receive from the operation of the Hotel which are not paid as of the Settlement, including, without limitation, charges for the use or occupancy of any guest, conference, meeting or banquet rooms or other facilities at the Hotel, any restaurant, bar or banquet services, or any other goods or services provided by or on behalf of Seller at the Hotel, but expressly excluding any credit card charges and checks which Seller has submitted for payment as of the... Settlement. View More
Accounts Receivable. March 31, 2010 net accounts receivable less March 31, 2009 net accounts receivable, both as reported in the Agilysys Form 10-K.
Accounts Receivable. Certain active accounts receivable and accounts written off to bad debt referred by the Facilities, from time to time, to PASI for collection, including self-pay accounts and balances after insurance, certain commercial insurance follow-up accounts, litigation accounts, payment arrangement accounts, and third party liability accounts in respect of services rendered by the Facilities. Accounts Receivable shall not include any such accounts subsequently returned to QHCCS pursuant to Section 4.6.
Accounts Receivable. All of the accounts receivable generated in the performance of professional services rendered by physicians and mid-level providers on behalf of the Hospitals and the Clinics which have been assigned to PPS for collection. Accounts Receivable shall include Billed Accounts Receivable and Unbilled Accounts Receivable as such terms are defined below. Accounts Receivable shall not include any accounts receivable placed with third parties for collection as of the date of this Agreement.
Accounts Receivable. All of Seller's accounts, accounts receivable, notes and notes receivable related to the Business, including all rights of the Seller to payment for services rendered that are payable to the Seller, including any security held for the payment thereof, less any allowance for doubtful accounts
Accounts Receivable. All receivables (including notes, book debts and other amounts due or accrued, whether billed or unbilled), arising from, related to or in respect of the Business
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