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This Practice Note compares key terms of the Loan Market Association (LMA) intercreditor agreement for leveraged acquisition finance transactions (senior/mezzanine) (the LMA Leveraged Intercreditor Agreement), the LMA intercreditor agreement for real estate finance transactions (senior/mezzanine) where the mezzanine debt has been structurally subordinated (the LMA REF Intercreditor Agreement—Structural Subordination) and the LMA intercreditor agreement for real estate finance transactions (senior mezzanine) where the mezzanine debt is not structurally subordinated but subject to contractual subordination in the intercreditor agreement only (the LMA REF Intercreditor Agreement—Contractual Subordination only) (together the Intercreditor Agreements).
For more information in relation to the principles of subordination and the key provisions of intercreditor agreements in general, see Practice Notes: Subordination and Intercreditor agreement—key provisions.
The LMA Leveraged Intercreditor Agreement was the first of the LMA intercreditor agreements to be published and is suitable for adaptation to different kinds of transactions. Prior to the LMA REF Intercreditor Agreement being published it was often adapted for use in real estate finance transactions. Note that the LMA has published two additional intercreditor agreements for use on transactions involving high yield bonds and a further intercreditor agreement for use on transactions involving a super senior revolving facility and senior term facility structure.
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