Receivable

Example Definitions of "Receivable"
Receivable. All indebtedness and other obligations owed to Seller or an Originator (at the time it arises, and before giving effect to any transfer or conveyance under a Receivables Sale Agreement or hereunder) or in which Seller or an Originator has a security interest or other interest, including, without limitation, any indebtedness, obligation or interest constituting an account, chattel paper, instrument or general intangible, arising in connection with the sale of goods or the rendering of services... by such Originator and the obligation to pay any Finance Charges with respect thereto; provided, however, in no event shall the term "Receivable" include any such indebtedness or obligations (i) owed by any Subsidiary of Tenneco Automotive at any time, (ii) owed by Delphi Corporation or any of its Subsidiaries if originated on or prior to October 9, 2005; or (iii) owed by General Motors Corporation, Chrysler LLC or any of their respective Subsidiaries. Indebtedness and other rights and obligations arising from any one transaction, including, without limitation, indebtedness and other rights and obligations represented by an individual invoice, shall constitute a Receivable separate from a Receivable consisting of the indebtedness and other rights and obligations arising from any other transaction; provided further, that any indebtedness, rights or obligations referred to in the immediately preceding sentence shall be a Receivable regardless of whether the account debtor or Seller treats such indebtedness, rights or obligations as a separate payment obligation. View More
Receivable. Means the $20,000,000 which shall become due and payable by the Purchaser to KEC pursuant to the Debtor Substitution Agreement.
Receivable. Any account, chattel paper, instrument, payment intangible or other right to payment arising out of the provision of goods or services by the Debtor
Receivable. Any right to payment for goods sold, leased, licensed, assigned or otherwise disposed of or for services rendered, whether or not such right is evidenced by an Instrument or Chattel Paper and whether or not it has been earned by performance (including, without limitation, any Account), in each case, to the extent included in the Collateral.
Receivable. Means any Account and any other right to payment for goods sold or leased or for services rendered, whether or not such right is evidenced by an Instrument or Chattel Paper and whether or not it has been earned by performance.
Receivable. All of the following property of the Borrower: (a) all Accounts; (b) all interest, fees, late charges, penalties, collection fees and other amounts due or to become due or otherwise payable in connection with any Account; (c) all payment intangibles; (d) letters of credit, indemnities, guarantees, security or other deposits and proceeds thereof issued and payable to the Borrower or otherwise in favor of or delivered to the Borrower in connection with any Account; or (e) all other accounts,... contract rights, chattel paper, instruments, notes, general intangibles and other forms of obligations owing to the Borrower, whether from the rendition of services or otherwise associated with any Accounts, or general intangibles of the Borrower (including, without limitation, choses in action, causes of action, tax refunds, tax refund claims, any funds which may become payable to the Borrower in connection with the termination of any employee benefit plan and any other amounts payable to the Borrower from any employee benefit plan, rights and claims against insurance carriers, rights to indemnification, business interruption insurance and proceeds thereof, casualty or any similar types of insurance and any proceeds thereof and proceeds of insurance covering the lives of employees on which the Borrower is a beneficiary. View More
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