Constraining Circumstance

Example Definitions of "Constraining Circumstance"
Constraining Circumstance. Either (i) the payment of interest to the holder of this Note by the Company (or the payment by a Subsidiary of the Company to the Company of funds for the purpose of paying interest to the holder of this Note) would result in a breach by the Company (or such Subsidiary) of one or more covenants in the Senior Credit Agreement or (ii) in the reasonable good faith judgment of the board of directors of the Company, the Company does not have funds available to permit it to pay accrued but unpaid... interest in full to the holder of this Note. View More
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