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Characterization of Receivables
Characterization of Receivables contract clause examples

Characterization of Receivables. Each Receivable constitutes “tangible chattel paper,” “accounts,” “instruments,” “general intangibles” or “electronic chattel paper” (in each case, as defined in the UCC).

Characterization of Receivables. Each Receivable constitutes “tangible chattel paper,” “accounts,” “instruments,” “general intangibles” or “electronic chattel paper” (in each

Characterization of Receivables. Each Receivable constitutes “tangible chattel paper,” “accounts,” “instruments,” “general intangibles,” or “electronic chattel paper” (in each case, as defined in the UCC).

Sale Characterization. The Seller shall not make statements or disclosures, or treat the transactions contemplated by this Agreement (other than for consolidated accounting purposes) in any manner other than as a true sale or absolute assignment of the title to and sole record and beneficial ownership interest of the Transferred Assets Conveyed or purported to be Conveyed hereunder; provided that the Seller may consolidate the Purchaser and/or its properties and other assets for accounting purposes in accordance with GAAP if any consolidated financial statements of the Seller contain footnotes that the Transferred Assets have been sold to the Purchaser.

Tax Characterization. It shall treat the Transaction as a derivative financial contract for U.S. federal income tax purposes, and it shall not take any action or tax return filing position contrary to this characterization.

Sale Characterization. The Seller shall not make statements or disclosures, or treat the transactions contemplated by this Agreement (other than for consolidated accounting purposes) in any manner other than as a true sale or absolute assignment of the title to and sole record and beneficial ownership interest of the Transferred Assets Conveyed or purported to be Conveyed hereunder; provided that the Seller may consolidate the Purchaser and/or its properties and other assets for accounting purposes in accordance with GAAP if any consolidated financial statements of the Seller contain footnotes that the Transferred Assets have been sold to the Purchaser.

Tax Characterization. It shall treat the Transaction as a derivative financial contract for U.S. federal income tax purposes, and it shall not take any action or tax return filing position contrary to this characterization.

Sale Characterization. The Seller shall not make statements or disclosures, or treat the transactions contemplated by this Agreement (other than for consolidated accounting purposes) in any manner other than as a true sale, contribution or absolute assignment of the title to and sole record and beneficial ownership interest of the Transferred Assets Conveyed or purported to be Conveyed hereunder; provided that the Seller may consolidate the Purchaser and/or its properties and other assets for accounting purposes in accordance with GAAP if any consolidated financial statements of the Seller contain footnotes that the Transferred Assets have been sold or contributed to the Purchaser.

Sale Characterization. The Seller shall not make statements or disclosures, or treat the transactions contemplated by this Agreement (other than for consolidated tax or accounting purposes) in any manner other than as a true sale, contribution or absolute assignment of the title to and sole record and beneficial ownership interest of the Transferred Assets Conveyed or purported to be Conveyed hereunder; provided that for U.S. federal income tax purposes, the Purchaser is treated as a “disregarded entity” whose sole member is the Seller and, therefore, the Conveyance of Transferred Assets by the Seller to the Purchaser hereunder will be disregarded for U.S. federal income tax purposes; provided, further that the Seller may consolidate the Purchaser and/or its properties and other assets for accounting purposes in accordance with GAAP if any consolidated financial statements of the Seller contain footnotes that the Transferred Assets have been sold or contributed to the Purchaser.

Sale Characterization; Receivables Sale and Servicing Agreement. The Borrower shall not make statements or disclosures, prepare any financial statements or in any other respect account for or treat the transactions contemplated by the Sale Agreement (including for accounting, tax and reporting purposes) in any manner other than # with respect to each Sale of each Sold Receivable effected pursuant to the Sale Agreement, as a true sale and absolute assignment of the title to and sole record and beneficial ownership interest of the Transferred Receivables by the Originators to the Borrower or # with respect to each contribution of Contributed Receivables thereunder, as an increase in the stated capital of the Borrower.

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