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Maximum Secured Indebtedness
Maximum Secured Indebtedness contract clause examples

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

§10.2.Maximum Secured Indebtedness. As at the end of any fiscal quarter and at all other times, the Borrowers shall not permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness to exceed 40% of Gross Asset Value

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Consolidated Secured Indebtedness shall not at any time exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

Maximum Secured Indebtedness. Permit Consolidated Secured Indebtedness at any time to exceed 30% of Total Asset Value.

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