This excerpt taken from the PATK 10-K filed Apr 2, 2007.
Bank's Right of Setoff. In addition to the Collateral, if any, the Borrower grants to the Bank a security interest in, and the Bank is authorized to setoff and apply, all Accounts, Securities and Other Property, and Bank Debt against any and all Liabilities of the Borrower. This right of setoff may be exercised at any time and from time to time, and without prior notice to the Borrower. This security interest and right of setoff may be enforced or exercised by the Bank regardless of whether or not the Bank has made any demand under this paragraph or whether the Liabilities are contingent, matured, or unmatured. Any delay, neglect or conduct by the Bank in exercising its rights under this paragraph will not be a waiver of the right to exercise this right of setoff or enforce this security interest. The rights of the Bank under this paragraph are in addition to other rights the Bank may have in the Related Documents or by law. In this paragraph: (a) the term "Accounts" means any and all accounts and deposits of the Borrower (whether general, special, time, demand, provisional or final) at any time held by the Bank (including all Accounts held jointly with another, but excluding any IRA or Keogh Account, or any trust Account in which a security interest would be prohibited by law); (b) the term "Securities and Other Property" means any and all securities and other property of the Borrower in the custody, possession or control of the Bank (other than property held by the Bank in a fiduciary capacity); and (c) the term "Bank Debt" means all indebtedness at any time owing by the Bank, to or for the credit or account of the Borrower.