This excerpt taken from the WEN 8-K filed Dec 27, 2007.
(a) If any Holder determines that any Law has made it unlawful, or that any Governmental Authority has asserted that it is unlawful, for such Holder to continue to hold its Notes or to determine or charge interest rates based upon the LIBO Rate, such Holder shall give notice thereof to the Issuer (with a copy to the Administrative Holder). Upon receipt of such notice, the Issuer shall, upon demand from such Holder (with a copy to the Administrative Holder), either (i) redeem all Notes, at a price equal to 100% of the aggregate principal amount outstanding of the Notes, of such Holder, either on the last day of the current Interest Accrual Period in respect of such Notes, if such Holder may lawfully continue to hold such notes until such date, or immediately, if such Holder may not lawfully continue to hold such Notes, or (ii) at the option of the Issuer, pay interest on such Holders Notes at a rate per annum, as determined by such Holder, that will provide a corresponding yield to such Holder compared to the yield that such Holder would have realized if its Notes had continued to accrue interest at a rate based upon the LIBO Rate (taking into account any increased cost to such Holder of continuing to hold its Notes). Upon any such prepayment, the Issuer shall also pay accrued interest on the amount so prepaid. Each Holder agrees to hold its Notes through a different office of such Holder if such designation will avoid the need for such notice and will not, in the good faith judgment of such Holder, otherwise be materially disadvantageous to such Holder.
(b) Failure or delay on the part of any Holder to provide notice as per Section 3.02(a) shall not constitute a waiver of such Holders rights set forth therein; provided that the Issuer shall not be required to comply with the requirements set forth in Section 3.02(a)(i) or (ii) if such Holder provides notice of the relevant change in Law or assertion of a Governmental Authority more than one year after the occurrence of such change in Law or assertion of a Governmental Authority; provided, further, that, if such change in Law is retroactive, then the one year period referred to above shall be extended to include the period of retroactive effect thereof.