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[To be printed on the headed paper of the lender]
[insert name and address of borrower]
[[insert name and address of guarantor, if applicable]]
[insert name and address of security provider, if applicable]]
Re: The Facility Agreement as defined below.
Definitions and interpretation
In this agreement the following words shall have the meanings set opposite them:
Amendment Conditions Precedent
means the documents and evidence set out in the Schedule to this agreement in form and substance [reasonably] satisfactory to the Lender;
means the date on which the Lender certifies in writing to the Borrower that the Amendment Conditions Precedent have been satisfied;
means the facility agreement dated [insert date of facility agreement] between [insert name of borrower] (the Borrower) and [insert name of lender] (the Lender) as amended, novated, supplemented, restated or replaced from time to time in accordance with its terms;
means the guarantee dated [insert date of guarantee] between the Guarantor and the Lender as amended, novated, supplemented, restated or replaced from time to time in accordance with its terms;]
means [insert name of Guarantor];]
means the [insert details of the security documents] entered into between the Security Provider and the Lender as amended, novated, supplemented, restated or replaced from time to time in accordance with [its OR their] terms;]
means [insert name of Security Provider]. ]
Interpretation and third-party rights
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