This excerpt taken from the FL 8-K filed May 21, 2008.
. General Authority. Each Obligor hereby irrevocably appoints the Administrative Agent its true and lawful attorney, with full power of substitution, in the name of such Obligor, the Administrative Agent, the Secured Parties or otherwise, for the sole use and benefit of the Secured Parties, but at the expense of such Obligor, to the extent permitted by law, to exercise at any time and from time to time while an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing, all or any of the following powers with respect to all or any of the Collateral:
(a) to demand, sue for, collect, receive and give acquittance for any and all monies due or to become due upon or by virtue thereof,
(b) to settle, compromise, compound, prosecute or defend any action or proceeding with respect thereto,
(c) to sell, transfer, assign or otherwise deal in or with the same or the proceeds or avails thereof, as fully and effectually as if the Administrative Agent were the absolute owner thereof, and
(d) to extend the time of payment of any or all thereof and to make any allowance and other adjustments with reference thereto;
provided that the Administrative Agent shall give each Obligor not less than ten days prior notice of the time and place of any sale or other intended disposition of any of the Collateral of such Obligor. The Administrative Agent and each Obligor agree that such notice constitutes reasonable notification within the meaning of Section 9-612 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The parties hereto acknowledge and agree that the exercise by the Administrative Agent of the power of attorney granted to it by each Obligor in this Section with respect to any Pledged Equity Interests issued by any Issuer that is a Foreign Subsidiary and pledged by such Obligor is subject to, and may be exercised only in accordance with, the applicable laws of the jurisdiction where such Issuer is incorporated.