Receivables

Example Definitions of "Receivables"
Receivables. Shall mean and include as to Borrower, all of Borrower's accounts, contract rights, instruments (including promissory notes and other instruments evidencing Indebtedness owed to Borrower by their Affiliates), documents, chattel paper (whether tangible or electronic), general intangibles relating to accounts, drafts and acceptances, and all other forms of obligations owing to Borrower arising out of or in connection with the sale, lease or other disposition of Inventory or the rendition of... services, all guarantees and other security therefor, whether secured or unsecured, now existing or hereafter created, and whether or not specifically sold or assigned to Lender hereunder. View More
Receivables. Shall mean and include as to Borrower, all All of Borrower's accounts, any Grantor's Accounts, contract rights, instruments (including promissory notes and other instruments those evidencing Indebtedness indebtedness owed to Borrower by their its Affiliates), documents, chattel paper (whether tangible or electronic), (including electronic chattel paper), general intangibles relating to accounts, Accounts, drafts and acceptances, credit card receivables, and all other forms of obligations owing... to Borrower arising out of or in connection with the sale, sale or lease or other disposition of Inventory or the rendition of services, all supporting obligations, guarantees and other security therefor, whether secured or unsecured, now existing or hereafter created, and whether or not specifically sold or assigned to Lender hereunder. Agent hereunder View More
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Receivables. Shall mean in addition to the definition of account as contained in the Uniform Commercial Code (a) all of the Debtor's present and future accounts, contract rights, receivables, promissory notes and other Instruments, chattel paper (including tangible and electronic chattel paper), tax refunds, general intangibles (excluding the Intellectual Property) and all rights to receive the payment of money or other consideration under present or future contracts including, without limitation, all of... the Debtor's rights under each Government Contract and all related Government Accounts now owned or hereafter acquired by the Debtor; (b) all present and future cash of the Debtor; (c) all present and future judgments, orders, awards and decrees in favor of the Debtor and causes of action in favor of the Debtor; (d) all present and future contingent and noncontingent rights of the Debtor to the payment of money for any reason whatsoever, whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise including, without limitation, all rights to receive payments under presently existing or hereafter acquired or created letters of credit; (e) all present and future claims, rights of indemnification and other rights of the Debtor under or in connection with any contracts or agreements to which the Debtor is or becomes a party or third party beneficiary; (f) all goods previously or hereafter returned, repossessed or stopped in transit, the sale, lease or other disposition of which contributed to the creation of any account, instrument or chattel paper of Master Security Agreement No. 5081087 the Debtor; (g) all present and future rights of the Debtor as an unpaid seller of goods, including rights of stoppage in transit, detinue and reclamation; (h) all rights which the Debtor may now or at any time hereafter have, by law or agreement, against any Account Debtor or other obligor of the Debtor, and all rights, liens and security interests which the Debtor may now or at any time hereafter have, by law or agreement, against any property of any Account Debtor or other obligor of the Debtor, (i) all invoices and shipping documents; and (j) all present and future interests and rights of the Debtor, including rights to the payment of money, under or in connection with all present and future leases and subleases of real or personal property to which the Debtor is a party, as lessor, sublessor, lessee or sublessee. View More
Receivables. See Preamble
Receivables. Means the Accounts, Chattel Paper, Documents, Investment Property, Instruments and any other rights or claims to receive money which are General Intangibles or which are otherwise included as Collateral.
Receivables. Shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Participation Agreement or the Participation Interest Purchase and Sale Agreement (as the case may be).
Receivables. All Accounts, Chattel Paper, payment intangibles and Contract Rights and all Instruments representing rights to receive payments.
Receivables. Means all "accounts", "chattel paper", "instruments", "documents", "general intangibles" (including "payment intangibles") (as each such term is defined in the UCC) and other obligations owed to the Company of any kind, now or hereafter existing, whether or not arising out of or in connection with the sale or lease of goods or the rendering of services, and whether or not evidenced by a written agreement, and all rights now or hereafter existing in and to all security agreements, leases, and... other contracts including support agreements (as such term is defined in the UCC) (all such written or unwritten agreements, security agreements, leases and other contracts, including all support agreements, being the "Related Contracts"), securing or otherwise relating to any such accounts, chattel paper, instruments, documents, general intangibles or other obligations. View More
Receivables. The right to receive payment for services provided to customers.
Receivables. All Principal Receivables and all Finance Charge Receivables related to an Advance. For purposes of this Agreement, a Receivable shall be deemed to have been created at the end of the Business Day on the date of the related Advance.
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