Superior Indebtedness

Example Definitions of "Superior Indebtedness"
Superior Indebtedness. The meaning set forth in the Note
Superior Indebtedness. The words "Superior Indebtedness" mean and include without limitation all present and future indebtedness, obligations, liabilities, claims, rights and demands of any kind which may be now or hereafter owing from Borrower to Lender. The term "Superior Indebtedness" is used in its broadest sense and includes without limitation all principal, all interest, all obligations under letters of credit issued by the Lender for the benefit of the Borrower, all costs and attorneys' fees, all sums paid for... the purpose of protecting Lender's rights in security (such as paying for insurance on collateral if the owner fails to do so), all contingent obligations of Borrower (such as a guaranty), all obligations arising by reason of Borrower's accounts with Lender (such as an overdraft on a checking account), and all others obligations of Borrower to Lender, secured or unsecured, of any nature whatsoever. View More
Superior Indebtedness. The words "Superior Indebtedness" mean the indebtedness described in the section of this Agreement titled "Superior Indebtedness".
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