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indenture

1. any deed, contract, or sealed agreement between two or more parties
2. (formerly) a deed drawn up in duplicate, each part having correspondingly indented edges for identification and security
3. a contract between an apprentice and his master
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If Peabody purchases less than all of the outstanding 2022 Notes pursuant to the applicable tender offer, the company currently intends (but is not obligated) to redeem any remaining outstanding 2022 Notes pursuant to the Indenture after the Final Settlement Date (as defined below), although the timing or consummation of any such redemption is within Peabody's discretion.
Subject to the terms and conditions described in Baxaltas Consent Solicitation Statement, dated June 25, 2019, (the Solicitation Statement), Baxalta solicited consents from the holders of each series of Notes (Holders) set forth below to the amendment to the Indenture to release Shire from all of its obligations under the Indenture, consisting substantially of Shires full and unconditional guarantee over the Notes (the Amendment).
As the Transaction constitutes a change of control of the Company under the terms of each of the Amended Indenture and the Original Indenture, the Company will be making a cash tender offer (the "Change of Control Offer") to purchase any and all of the Company's outstanding Notes at a cash amount equal to not less than 101 % of the aggregate principal amount of Notes plus accrued and unpaid interest on the Notes to the date of purchase (the "Consideration"), within 30 days of completion of the Transaction, in accordance with the provisions of the Amended Indenture.
ASSET QUALITY: The certificates are limited obligations of the issuer secured by the revenues and assets pledged under the indenture that primarily consist of Ginnie Mae (GNMA) and a small amount of Fannie Mae (FNMA) mortgage backed securities (MBS), which provide an unconditional guarantee of full and timely payment on the underlying mortgages.
30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- News Release - TransCanada Corporation (TSX: TRP) (NYSE: TRP) (TransCanada) today announced the approval of proposed amendments to TransCanada PipeLines Limited's (TCPL) 1970 Indenture by holders of the outstanding notes listed below issued pursuant to such indenture (the "1970 Notes").
The latter involves recovering events outside the dominant framework of (colonial and indenture) history that are dismissed because 'they fall out of the purview of those in power' (Gandhi 2015:409).
In the event that a change in GAAP results in apparent noncompliance with debt covenants (in the current period or prior periods), and the indenture does not provide a specified course of action, it is important to consult with outside legal, financial, and accounting advisers to fully understand the issue and determine whether any further action is warranted to avoid or rectify any adversarial situations.
Millicom will pay a cash payment equal to USD5.00 per USD1,000 principal amount of notes (the consent consideration) to holders of the notes for which consents to the proposed amendments have been validly delivered (and not validly revoked) prior to 17:00 hours, New York City time on 24 May 2018, unless extended or earlier terminated (the expiration time), provided that the conditions described in the consent solicitation statement are satisfied or waived with respect to one or both series of notes prior to the expiration time and an amended and restated indenture with respect to the relevant series of notes is executed and becomes effective, as described in the consent solicitation statement.
SBSdid not repay the notes at their maturity, as a result of which there was an event of default under the Indenture on Monday (4/17), the payment date following the April 15 maturity date.
Direct Indonesian indenture to Australia was formally ended in the 1950s.
The "odyssey" in the title is an intriguing window into an innovative addition to the recent historiography of indenture, and the book's third section explores the indentured migrant's "dream of return," juxtaposing the postindenture stories of Mahraji and Rosaline who in 1955 landed in Calcutta facing a cruel travesty of their dream to return to India.
But what happened to caste and caste relations during and after indenture? Note that indentured Indians, were overwhelmingly rural poor, hailing from various caste backgrounds.