This excerpt taken from the EEP 8-K filed Sep 28, 2007.
DEFERRAL OF INTEREST
Section 4.1 Optional Deferral of Interest.
(a) The Partnership shall have the right, at any
time and from time to time during the term of the Notes, to elect to defer
payment of all or any portion of any Current Interest and/or Deferred Interest
otherwise due on the Notes on any Interest Payment Date (Optional Deferral);
provided, however, that the Partnership may not (i) elect to
defer payment of any Current Interest otherwise due on any Interest Payment
Date if, as a result of such deferral, the Partnership shall have deferred
payment of some or all of the Current Interest due on a number of consecutive
Interest Payment Dates with respect to a number of consecutive Interest Periods
that, when taken together as a single period, would equal or exceed ten (10)
consecutive years, or (ii) elect to defer payment of any Current Interest
on or after the Final Repayment Date, or, with respect to any Notes being
redeemed, on the Redemption Date for such Notes. No Interest on the Notes shall be due and
payable on any Interest Payment Date during a Deferral Period;
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