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Incremental Equivalent Debt
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Incremental Equivalent Debt” has the meaning set forth in Section 7.03(m).

Incremental Equivalent Debt” has the meaning specified in Section 9.03(f).

Incremental Equivalent Debt”: Indebtedness consisting of (x) unsecured senior, senior subordinated or junior subordinated notes, or senior secured notes secured by the Collateral on an equal or junior priority basis with or to the Obligations, in each case issued in a public offering, Rule 144A or other private placement, or (y) senior unsecured loans or senior secured loans secured by the Collateral on an equal or junior priority basis with or to the Obligations, in each case of clauses (x) and (y), subject to the terms set forth in Section 2.23(d).

Incremental Equivalent Debt. The Borrower may, other than during the Covenant Adjustment Period, utilize availability under the Incremental Facilities in respect of one or more series of senior unsecured notes or term loans or senior secured first lien notes or term loans or senior secured junior lien (as compared to the Liens securing the Secured Obligations) term loans, in each case, if secured, that will be secured by Liens on the Collateral on an pari passu or junior priority basis (as applicable) with the Liens on Collateral securing the Secured Obligations, and issued in a public offering, Rule 144A or other private placement or loan origination pursuant to an indenture, credit agreement or otherwise, in an aggregate amount not to exceed, together with the aggregate amount of all Revolving Credit Commitment Increases and all Incremental Term Loans, the Available Incremental Amount (“Incremental Equivalent Debt”); provided that such Incremental Equivalent Debt (i) does not mature earlier than the Latest Term Loan Maturity Date (as determined as of the date of incurrence of such Incremental Equivalent Debt), or have a shorter weighted average life to maturity than the weighted average life to maturity of the Revolving Credit Commitments, the Term Loans or any Incremental Facility outstanding at such time, (ii) has terms and conditions (other than pricing (including interest rates, rate floors or OID) and fees and, solely with respect to any term loans, amortization, prepayment premiums, and as otherwise explicitly set forth in this Agreement) no more restrictive than those under the credit facilities provided for herein (except for covenants or other provisions applicable only to periods after the Latest Maturity Date (as determined as of the date of incurrence of such Incremental Equivalent Debt)), (iii) does not require mandatory prepayments to be made except to the extent required to be applied no worse than pro rata to the credit facilities provided for herein and any pari passu secured Incremental Equivalent Debt (provided that any term loans constituting Incremental Equivalent Debt may be subject to an excess cash flow sweep which may be shared on a pari passu basis with any term loan facility hereunder), (iv) to the extent secured, shall not be secured by any Lien on any asset that does not also secure the existing credit facilities hereunder, or to the extent guaranteed, shall not be guaranteed by any Person other than the Subsidiary Guarantors and (v) to the extent secured, shall be subject to customary intercreditor arrangements reasonably satisfactory to the Borrower and the Administrative Agent.

Incremental Equivalent Debt”: as defined in Section 8.2(w).

“Incremental Equivalent Debt” has the meaning set forth in Section 10.01(t).

Incremental Equivalent Debt” means any Indebtedness incurred by a Loan Party in the form of one or more series of secured or unsecured bonds, debentures, notes or similar instruments or term loans; provided that (a) if such Indebtedness is secured, (i) such Indebtedness shall be secured by the Collateral (x) in the case of bonds, debentures, notes or similar instruments, on a pari passu or junior basis to the Obligations, and (y) in the case of loans, on a junior basis to the Obligations (but, in each case, without regard to the control of remedies) and shall not be secured by any property or assets of any Group Member other than the Collateral and (ii) a representative, trustee, collateral agent, security agent or similar Person acting on behalf of the holders of such Indebtedness shall have become party to an intercreditor agreement reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent, (b) such Indebtedness does not mature earlier than the date that is 91 days after the Latest Maturity Date then in effect at the time of incurrence thereof (or no earlier than the Latest Maturity Date if such Indebtedness is secured on pari passu basis to the Obligations) and has a weighted average life to maturity no shorter than the Facility of Term Loans with the Latest Maturity Date in effect at the time of incurrence of such Indebtedness, (c) such Indebtedness contains covenants, events of default and other terms that are customary for similar Indebtedness in light of then-prevailing market conditions (it being understood and agreed that such Indebtedness shall include financial maintenance covenants only to the extent any such financial maintenance covenant is (i) applicable only to periods after the Latest Maturity Date then in effect at the time of incurrence thereof or (ii) included in or added to the Loan Documents for the benefit of the Lenders) and, when taken as a whole (other than interest rates, rate floors, fees and optional prepayment or redemption terms), are not more favorable to the lenders or investors providing such Incremental Equivalent Debt, as the case may be, than those set forth in the Loan Documents are with respect to the Lenders (other than covenants or other provisions applicable only to periods after the Latest Maturity Date then in effect at the time of incurrence thereof); provided that a certificate of a Responsible Officer delivered to the Administrative Agent at least five Business Days prior to the incurrence of such Indebtedness or the modification, refinancing, refunding, renewal or extension thereof (or such shorter period of time as may reasonably be agreed by the Administrative Agent), together with a reasonably detailed description of the material terms and conditions of such resulting Indebtedness or drafts of the material definitive documentation relating thereto, stating that the Borrower has determined in good faith that such terms and conditions satisfy the foregoing requirements shall be conclusive, (d) such Indebtedness does not provide for any amortization, mandatory prepayment, redemption or repurchase (other than upon a change of control, fundamental change, customary asset sale or event of loss mandatory offers to purchase and customary acceleration rights after an event of default and, for the avoidance of doubt, rights to convert or exchange into Capital Stock of the Borrower in the case of convertible or exchangeable Indebtedness) prior to the date that is 91 days after the Latest Maturity Date then in effect at the time of incurrence thereof and (e) such Indebtedness is not guaranteed by any Person other than Loan Parties.

Incremental Equivalent Debt” has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 6.01(a)(xx).

Incremental Equivalent Debt ” means Indebtedness issued, incurred or otherwise obtained by any Loan Party in respect of one or more series of senior unsecured notes, senior secured first lien or junior lien notes or subordinated notes (in each case issued in a public offering, Rule 144A or other private placement in lieu of the foregoing (and any Registered Equivalent Notes issued in exchange therefor)) or junior lien or unsecured (but not senior secured first lien) loans that, in each case, if secured, will be secured by Liens on the Collateral on a pari passu basis (but without regard to the control of remedies) or a junior priority basis with the Liens on Collateral securing the Secured Obligations, and that are issued or made in lieu of Incremental Loans; provided that (i) the aggregate principal amount of all Incremental Equivalent Debt at the time of issuance or incurrence shall not exceed the amount that would be permitted to be incurred as Incremental Loans under Section 2.17(a) at such time (ii) such Incremental Equivalent Debt shall not be subject to any Guarantee by any Person other than a Loan Party, (iii) in the case of Incremental Equivalent Debt that is secured, the obligations in respect there of shall not be secured by any Lien on any asset of any Person other than any asset constituting Collateral, (iv) if such Incremental Equivalent Debt is secured, such Incremental Equivalent Debt shall be subject to an applicable Intercreditor Agreement and if such Incremental Equivalent Debt is payment subordinated, shall be subject to a subordination agreement on terms that are reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent and (v) at the time of incurrence, such Incremental Equivalent Debt has a final maturity date equal to or later than the Latest Maturity Date then in effect with respect to, and has a Weighted Average Life to Maturity equal to or longer than, the Weighted Average Life to Maturity of, the Class of outstanding Term Loans with the then Latest Maturity Date or Weighted Average Life to Maturity, as the case may be.

Incremental Equivalent Debt”: as defined in Section 8.2(w).

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