Repayment Date

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Repayment Date

The date by which a borrower must repay the principal and interest on a loan in total. For example, a mortgage with a period of 10 years has a repayment date 10 years after it is issued. The repayment date also indicates the period of time during which the lender will receive interest (and often principal) payments. Despite the existence of a maturity date, many debts may be repaid early, though they may be subject to penalties in such cases.
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The legal final maturity date of the notes is in June 2045, but, unless earlier prepaid to the extent permitted under the indenture that will govern the notes, the anticipated repayment dates of the Class A-2-I notes, the Class A-2-II notes and the Class A-2-III notes will be 4.
The new agreement extends the facility's term, including its repayment dates, while the amount and the interest rates remain the same as in the previous agreement announced on 11 April 2012.
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Always check original paperwork and contact your loan firm to check repayment dates.
More than half of the 16 trillion yen were loans from private-sector banks with repayment dates of less than one year.
After the loan was made, Sheridan missed several repayment dates.
The three shadow-rated American Express loans have anticipated repayment dates in 2010, with final maturities in 2015.
The rating action follows the recent completion of Scomi Oilfield's debt restructuring, which includes a three-year extension of maturity and repayment dates of each of the four series of Murabahah notes.
Foreign donations to political parties are banned and the police will need to determine whether loans with 25 or 30-year repayment dates were accepted as a way of wriggling round the rules.
Approximately 61% of the non-defeased loans have anticipated repayment dates in 2011 and 27% in 2013.
Four loans remain in the pool with 2008 maturities or anticipated repayment dates.
Fitch is monitoring the upcoming maturity dates and anticipated repayment dates (ARD) of the remaining loans.