Cross-Collateral

Cross-Collateral

An agreement among project participants to pool collateral, to allow recourse to each other's collateral.

Cross-Collateral

1. In project finance, a pool of assets owned by several different persons and/or organizations that is collectively used as collateral on a loan.

2. Collateral on one loan that is also used as collateral on another loan. In the event of default, both creditors have a claim on the collateral.
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based Charles Gallagher also said the CU had no cross-collateral clause in the mortgage contract, which would let them repossess the car in the event she fell behind on mortgage payments.
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A complete review of the documents can include, but may not be limited to the promissory note, deed of trust, mortgage, security agreement, personal guaranties, multiple borrower agreements, cross-collateral, and cross-default agreements, UCC filings, etc.
Fitch considers the Affirmation Factor (the primary rationale for C-tranche ratings) for Series 2012-3 C-tranche to be very high based on the strategic importance of both aircraft types in UAL's fleet, standard cross-default and cross-collateral provisions under each of the Series 2012-1 and Series 2012-2, and the low funding cost expected for this transaction.
Under the revised structure, all cross-collateral agreements and other features of the joint loan agreement linking Williams Controls and Ajay Sports have been eliminated, as have the guarantees of Ajay's loan by Williams Controls.