Event of Default

Term Main definition
Event of Default

An event, act, or occurrence that constitutes a default by one party to a definitive agreement and allows the other party to that definitive agreement to exercise specific default remedies under that agreement, such as accelerating the maturity date of an indebtedness or permitting a party to sue for specified damages and/or terminate an agreement.

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