The following Banking & Finance precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be printed on the headed paper of the agent/security agent]
[insert full name and address of [parent]]
Dear [insert full name of parent]
We refer to the facilities agreement dated [insert date of facility agreement] between [insert full name of the parent] as the Parent, the subsidiaries of the Parent listed in [insert Schedule containing borrowers' details] as Original Borrowers, the subsidiaries of the Parent listed in [insert Schedule containing guarantors' details] as Original Guarantors, the financial institutions listed in [insert Schedule containing lenders details] as Original Lenders, [insert full name of arranger[s]] as the Arranger, [insert full name of facility agent] as the Agent, [insert full name of security agent[s]] as Security Agent, [insert reference to any other parties] amended, novated, supplemented, restated or replaced from time to time in accordance with its terms (the Facilities Agreement).
This is the Fee Letter setting out the a
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