1994 New York law CSA

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1994 New York law CSA Anatomy

1994 New York law CSA Resources: Full wikitext | Nutshell wikitext
New York Law | Preamble | 1 (Interpretation) | 2 (Security Interest) | 3 (Credit Support Obligations) | 4 ( Conditions Precedent, Transfer Timing, Calculations and Substitutions) | 5 (Dispute Resolution) | 6 (Holding and Using Posted Collateral (VM)) | 7 (Events of Default) | 8 (Certain Rights and Remedies) | 9 (Representations) | 10 (Expenses) | 11 (Miscellaneous) | 12 (Definitions) | 13 (Elections and Variables) |

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The standard New York law pledge means of posting and receiving Credit Support under an ISDA Master Agreement.

A detailed anatomy is available on this wiki: See here

Note that there is no concept of Base Currency or Eligible Currency in a New York Law CSA. It's U.S. Dollars only. In this and so many other ways this document will Make America Great Again.