This excerpt taken from the MRVL 8-K filed May 24, 2007.
the Beneficiary shall, from time to time, postpone any sale hereunder by public announcement thereof at the time and place noticed therefor.
(c) If the Trust Property consists of several lots, parcels or items of Trust Property, the Beneficiary may: (i) designate the order in which such lots, parcels or items shall be offered for sale or sold, or (ii) elect to sell such lots, parcels or items through a single sale, or through two or more successive sales, or in any other manner the Beneficiary deems in its best interest. Should the Beneficiary desire that more than one sale or other disposition of the Trust Property be conducted, the Beneficiary may, at its option, cause the same to be conducted simultaneously, or successively, on the same day, or at such different days or times and in such order as the Beneficiary may deem to be in its best interests, and no such sale shall terminate or otherwise affect the lien of this Deed of Trust on any part of the Trust Property not sold until all Secured Obligations have been fully paid and the other conditions set forth in the Credit Agreement for release of liens have been satisfied. In the event the Beneficiary elects to dispose of the Trust Property through more than one sale, Trustor agrees to pay the costs and expenses of each such sale and of any judicial proceedings wherein the same may be made, including reasonable compensation to the Trustee and the Beneficiary, their agents and counsel, and to pay all expenses, liabilities and advances made or incurred by the Trustee or Beneficiary in connection with such sale or sales, together with interest on all such advances made by the Trustee or Beneficiary at the lower of the Default Rate and the maximum rate permitted by law to be charged by the Trustee or Beneficiary.