(b) the administrative officer received satisfactory evidence against him; that the commitments under the credit facility, which were terminated and cancelled as directors by the revised and restored five-year advance and the Revolving Credit Facility of December 4, 2006, were terminated and cancelled under the direction of the borrower, the loaner and JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. , and that all loans that have been subject to them have been fully repaid (except to the extent that these loans are repaid under the initial loans). Revolving lines of credit, including swingline loans, may be closed at the discretion of the borrower or lender. Lenders have the option of closing any lines of credit that they deem too risky. Swingline loans are most suitable for use in cases where normal processing delays make other forms of credit inecoming. “substantial debt,” debt (with LBL of loans and credit facilities) or liabilities for one or more swap contracts of one or more borrowers and their subsidiaries for a total amount of more than $75,000,000. In order to determine the essentially indebted costs, the “primary amount” of the borrower`s or subsidiary`s obligations to a swap contract is at any time the maximum amount (with effect for clearing agreements) that the borrower or such subsidiary would be required to pay if that swap contract were terminated on that date. A revolving loan is used when the financing needs of the business are more variable. For example, if a business is expanding and needs working capital during this period and the growth period is expected to exceed one year, a term loan would not be appropriate because daily capital requirements will vary. One of the variants of the revolving loan is the revolving standby credit facility, whose specific nature is called “Swingline” A swingline facility is generally considered a standby credit facility available for the same day`s draw in the short term, usually no more than seven or ten days. “laws”: all international, foreign, federal, state and local statutes, treaties, regulations, regulations, regulations, codes and administrative or judicial precedents, including the interpretation or management of these rules by a government enforcement, interpretation or administration authority, as well as all applicable administrative decisions, applications, licenses, authorizations and government authorizations. , in any case, whether they are final or not. “swap contract”: (a) all interest rate swaps, core swaps, credit or credit transactions, futures contracts, commodity contracts, futures contracts, stock or index exchange contracts or options, bond or bond price swaps, futures or bond index swaps; Interest rate options, forward exchange contracts, cape transactions, ground trading, collar transactions, currency swaps, foreign exchange options, cash contracts or similar transactions, or a combination of one of the previous transactions (including all options for closing such a transaction), whether this transaction is regulated or subject to a master`s contract , and b) all transactions of any kind, and related confirmations that are subject to the terms and conditions of a master`s agreement published by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc., an international agreement on international securities trade or another master`s contract (any master`s agreement, as well as all related schedules, a “master`s contract”).
, including obligations or obligations arising from a framework contract.