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  • Concurrent with and conditioned upon the term loan pre-payment, the company's lenders modified the company's existing credit agreement to reduce the interest rate, revise certain financial and other covenants and extend the maturity date of the credit agreement until January 1, 2013.

  • 'What's unusual in this case is that the pre-payment was made on a lease.'

    DeMorning DeBonis: March 3, 2011

  • It asked in court for a pre-payment penalty of $54 million from Mr. Moinian.

    Moinian Thwarts Hostile Takeover

  • Still, the outcome is significantly less than the Related venture had sought, as it asked in court for a pre-payment penalty of $54 million from Mr. Moin ian.

    Moinian, Related Cos. Settle Fight Over Manhattan Office Tower

  • Of course, if the Canadian dollar were to plummet for some unforeseeable reason, these mortgages can be paid off after 2-5 years (depending upon the loan) with no pre-payment penalty.

    The Time is Now and The Place is Mexico!

  • Good to hear of another successful delivery from Majestic .. what method of pre-payment have you been using?

    The on going Silver Certificate default story

  • Insurance is a hedge against risk (or, in the case of medical care, very often a method of pre-payment for routine services).

    Stromata Blog

  • It also includes a lower effective royalty rate associated with the fragrance brands that remain under license, including Juicy Couture and Lucky Brand fragrances, reduces the future minimum guaranteed royalties and requires a pre-payment of certain royalties.

    Liz Claiborne Amends Licensing Pact with Elizabeth Arden

  • The industry, both funeral providers and insurance companies, have done precious little to increase affordable pre-payment plans or develop products for the poor and people on low incomes.

    Planning for death could prevent a lot of debt

  • Mary Rotella is right that health insurance does not look like normal insurance markets — it combines a catastrophic-insurance component with a sort of bundled pre-payment system.

    Letters to the Editor

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