Aggregate Dollar Limit

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Aggregate Dollar Limit

1. The maximum amount payable to an individual from a government program. For example, safety net programs like welfare or disability insurance may be subject to an aggregate dollar limit.

2. See: Aggregate insurance limit.
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The material amendments to the credit facility include: -- Extending the maturity of the revolver to July 1, 2012 from July 1, 2010 -- Increasing availability under the revolver to $115 million from $90 million -- Increasing the aggregate dollar limits on the Company's ability to invest in joint ventures, transfer assets to foreign subsidiaries, make earn-out payments, use unsecured debt, lease equipment, repurchase debt, pay dividends and repurchase equity -- Increasing the letter of credit limit to $90 million from $50 million