26Real Property Taxes; Zoning Sample Clauses

26Real Property Taxes; Zoning. Neither the Contributor (nor its affiliates) has received any notification of any material new or increased general or special tax assessments for the Property except as may be disclosed in the Preliminary Title Report, as of the Effective Date, or as may be disclosed in the Title Policy as of the Closing. The Property is assessed for real property tax through one tax bill and the Property is comprised of one or more independent tax lots. The Contributor has not received any written notice (which remains uncured) from any governmental authority stating that the Property is currently violating any zoning, land use or other similar rules or ordinances in any material respect.
26Real Property Taxes; Zoning. Neither the Contributor nor its affiliates has received any notification of any material new or increased general or special tax assessments for the Property except as may be disclosed in the Preliminary Title Report, as of the Effective Date, or as may be disclosed in the Title Policy as of the Closing. The Property is assessed for real property tax through one tax bill and the Property is comprised of one or more independent tax lots. The Contributor has not received any written notice (which remains uncured) from any governmental authority stating that the Property is currently violating any zoning, land use or other similar rules or ordinances in any material respect. 4.2.27Insurance. The Contributor currently has in place public liability, casualty and other insurance coverage with reputable insurance companies with respect to the Property, as the case may be, in customary amounts for projects similar to the Property in the markets in which the Property is located but in an amount of no less than full replacement cost of the improvements and general liability insurance in a per occurrence amount of no less than $1,000,000 and aggregate claims amount of no less than $3,000,000 for each policy and shall maintain such coverage in full force and effect until the Closing, and in all cases substantially in compliance with the existing financing arrangements. To the Contributor’s Knowledge, each of such policies is in full force and effect, and all premiums due and payable thereunder have been fully paid when due. No written notice of cancellation, default or non-renewal has been received or to the Contributor’s Knowledge threatened with respect thereto. There are no outstanding claims on the Contributor’s insurance policies relating to the Property or any portion thereof. 4.2.28OFAC. The Contributor is not, nor will the Contributor become, a person or entity with whom United States persons or entities are restricted from doing business under regulations of the Office of Foreign Asset Control (“OFAC”) of the Department of the Treasury (including those named on OFAC’s Specially Designated and Blocked Persons List) or under any statute, executive order (including, without limitation, the September 24, 2001, Executive Order Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism), or other governmental action, and is not and will not engage in any dealings or transactions or be otherwise with such person ...

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  • Real Property Taxes The term “Real Property Tax” or “Real Property Taxes” shall each mean Tenant’s Expense Share of the following (to the extent applicable to any portion of the Lease Term, regardless of when the same are imposed, assessed, levied, or otherwise charged): (i) all taxes, assessments, levies and other charges of any kind or nature whatsoever, general and special, foreseen and unforeseen (including all installments of principal and interest required to pay any general or special assessments for public improvements and any increases resulting from reassessments caused by any change in ownership or new construction), now or hereafter imposed by any governmental or quasi-governmental authority or special district having the direct or indirect power to tax or levy assessments, which are levied or assessed for whatever reason against the Property or any portion thereof, or Landlord’s interest herein, or the fixtures, equipment and other property of Landlord that is an integral part of the Property and located thereon, or Landlord’s business of owning, leasing or managing the Property or the gross receipts, income or rentals from the Property, (ii) all charges, levies or fees imposed by any governmental authority against Landlord by reason of or based upon the use of or number of parking spaces within the Property, the amount of public services or public utilities used or consumed (e.g. water, gas, electricity, sewage or waste water disposal) at the Property, the number of persons employed by tenants of the Property, the size (whether measured in area, volume, number of tenants or whatever) or the value of the Property, or the type of use or uses conducted within the Property, and all costs and fees (including attorneys’ fees) reasonably incurred by Landlord in contesting any Real Property Tax and in negotiating with public authorities as to any Real Property Tax. If, at any time during the Lease Term, the taxation or assessment of the Property prevailing as of the Effective Date of this Lease shall be altered so that in lieu of or in addition to any the Real Property Tax described above there shall be levied, awarded or imposed (whether by reason of a change in the method of taxation or assessment, creation of a new tax or charge, or any other cause) an alternate, substitute, or additional use or charge (i) on the value, size, use or occupancy of the Property or Landlord’s interest therein or (ii) on or measured by the gross receipts, income or rentals from the Property, or on Landlord’s business of owning, leasing or managing the Property or (iii) computed in any manner with respect to the operation of the Property, then any such tax or charge, however designated, shall be included within the meaning of the terms “Real Property Tax” or “Real Property Taxes” for purposes of this Lease. If any Real Property Tax is partly based upon property or rents unrelated to the Property, then only that part of such Real Property Tax that is fairly allocable to the Property shall be included within the meaning of the terms “Real Property Tax” or “Real Property Taxes.” Notwithstanding the foregoing, the terms “Real Property Tax” or “Real Property Taxes” shall not include estate, inheritance, transfer, gift or franchise taxes of Landlord or the federal or state income tax imposed on Landlord’s income from all sources.

  • Personal Property Taxes Lessee shall pay, prior to delinquency, all taxes assessed against and levied upon Lessee Owned Alterations, Utility Installations, Trade Fixtures, furnishings, equipment and all personal property of Lessee. When possible, Lessee shall cause such property to be assessed and billed separately from the real property of Lessor. If any of Lessee's said personal property shall be assessed with Lessor's real property, Lessee shall pay Lessor the taxes attributable to Lessee's property within ten (10) days after receipt of a written statement.

  • Property Taxes Landlord shall pay, prior to delinquency, all general real estate taxes and installments of special assessments coming due during the Lease term on the Leased Premises, and all personal property taxes with respect to Landlord's personal property, if any, on the Leased Premises. Tenant shall be responsible for paying all personal property taxes with respect to Tenant's personal property at the Leased Premises.

  • Personal Property Tax All personal property taxes will be paid by the Contractor.

  • Real Estate Taxes and Special Assessments General real estate taxes payable for all tax years ending prior to the Closing Date shall be paid by Seller. General real estate taxes payable for the tax year containing the Closing Date shall be prorated by Seller and Buyer as of the Closing Date. Seller shall pay the full amount of any bonds, supplemental tax bills or assessments against the Property including interest payable therewith, including any bonds, supplemental tax bills or assessments that may be incurred after the Closing Date as a result of or in relation to the construction or operation of the Improvements or a change in ownership of the Property that took place prior to the Closing Date.

  • Real Estate Taxes and Assessments Subject to Section 4(c) below, Tenant shall pay all Real Estate Taxes (as hereinafter defined) levied, assessed, accruing, or imposed from and after the Commencement Date, which shall become due and payable during the Term with respect to the Property. If any such Real Estate Taxes may, at the option of the taxpayer, be paid in installments, Tenant may exercise the option to pay the same in installments; provided Tenant pays all costs and charges related to such installment payment method. All Real Estate Taxes that shall be assessed with respect to a taxable year or period beginning on or before and ending after the Commencement Date or beginning on or before and ending after the Termination Date shall be apportioned pro rata between Landlord and Tenant on a per diem basis in accordance with the respective number of days in such taxable year or period during which this Lease is in effect. “Real Estate Taxes” shall mean the ad valorem real estate taxes levied against the Property (and the improvements and fixtures located thereon), betterment assessments, special benefit taxes and special assessments levied or imposed against the Property, taxes levied or assessed on gross rentals payable by Tenant to the extent charged, assessed or imposed upon tenants in general which are based upon the rents payable under this Lease, any impact fees levied or assessed, whether or not billed by the taxing authority as a special benefit tax or a special assessment, all taxes levied or assessed on the Property that are in addition to or in lieu of taxes that are currently so assessed, and penalties and interest related to Real Estate Taxes if the applicable Real Estate Tax bills have been forwarded to Tenant in a timely manner; provided, however, that Real Estate Taxes shall not include any Excluded Taxes. “Excluded Taxes” shall mean, without limitation, Landlord’s income taxes, gift taxes, excess profit taxes, excise taxes, franchise taxes, estate, succession, inheritance and realty transfer taxes resulting from the transfer of any direct or indirect interest in the Property by Landlord unless such taxes replace Real Estate Taxes in the future (except as expressly set forth in the last sentence of this Section 4(a)), and any interest or penalty charges resulting solely from Landlord’s failure to promptly deliver the Real Estate Tax bills to Tenant if the applicable taxing authority has forwarded the tax bill to Landlord rather than Tenant. All special benefit taxes and special assessments shall be amortized over the longest time permitted under ordinance and Tenant’s liability for installments of such special benefit taxes and special assessments not yet due shall be paid in full prior to the expiration or termination of this Lease; provided, that the useful life of any such improvements do not extend beyond the expiration of the Term. Tenant shall also pay, directly to the applicable Governmental Authority (as hereinafter defined), any storm water charges, fees and taxes and use and occupancy tax in connection with the Property or any improvements thereon (or in the event Landlord is required by law to collect such tax, Tenant shall pay such use and occupancy tax to Landlord as Rent within thirty (30) days of written demand and Landlord shall remit any amounts so paid to Landlord to the appropriate Governmental Authority in a timely fashion) and deliver evidence of such payment to Tenant within ten (10) days of making such payment or within ten (10) days of receipt of Tenant’s request for such evidence of payment.

  • REAL ESTATE TAXES, SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AND PRORATIONS (a) Because the Entire Property (of which the Property is a part) is subject to a triple net lease (as further set forth in paragraph 11(a)(i), the parties acknowledge that there shall be no need for a real estate tax proration. However, Seller represents that to the best of its knowledge, all real estate taxes and installments of special assessments due and payable in all years prior to the year of Closing have been paid in full. Unpaid real estate taxes and unpaid levied and pending special assessments existing on the date of Closing shall be the responsibility of Buyer and Seller in proportion to their respective Tenant in Common interests, pro-rated, however, to the date of closing for the period prior to closing, which shall be the responsibility of Seller if Tenant shall not pay the same. Seller and Buyer shall likewise pay all taxes due and payable in the year after Closing and any unpaid installments of special assessments payable therewith and thereafter, if such unpaid levied and pending special assessments and real estate taxes are not paid by any tenant of the Entire Property.

  • Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes A. Except as specifically set forth in Section 4.07.B below, all real estate and personal property taxes, levies, assessments (including special assessments (regardless of when due or whether they are paid as a lump sum or in installments over time) imposed because of facilities that are constructed by or on behalf of the assessing jurisdiction (for example, roads, sidewalks, sewers, culverts, etc.) which directly benefit the Hotel (regardless of whether or not they also benefit other buildings)), “Impact Fees” (regardless of when due or whether they are paid as a lump sum or in installments over time) which are required of Owner as a condition to the issuance of zoning variances or building permits, and similar charges on or relating to the Hotel (collectively, “Impositions”) during the Term shall be paid by Manager from Gross Revenues, before any fine, penalty, or interest is added thereto or lien placed upon the Hotel or upon this Agreement, unless payment thereof is in good faith being contested and enforcement thereof is stayed. Any such payments shall be Deductions in determining Operating Profit. Owner shall, within five (5) days after receipt, furnish Manager with copies of official tax bills and assessments which it may receive with respect to the Hotel. Either Landlord or Owner may, and at Owner’s request Manager shall, initiate proceedings to contest any negotiations or proceedings with respect to any Imposition, and all reasonable costs of any such contest shall be paid from Gross Revenues and shall be a Deduction in determining Operating Profit. Manager shall, as part of its contest or negotiation of any Imposition, be entitled, on Owner’s behalf, to waive any applicable statute of limitations in order to avoid paying the Imposition during the pendency of any proceedings or negotiations with applicable authorities. Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, at Owner’s option (i) Manager shall establish an escrow account in the name of Owner in a bank or banks designated by Manager with the concurrence of Owner and shall deposit monthly into such account from Gross Revenues an amount that Manager reasonably estimates shall be sufficient to pay the Impositions, in which case Manager shall pay the Impositions from funds in the escrow account as and when the Impositions become due (and Owner shall promptly deposit into the escrow account any deficiency if the estimated monthly payments are not sufficient to pay all of the Impositions) or (ii) the amounts that would otherwise be deposited into such escrow account shall be included in the Operating Profit, not deducted from Gross Revenues and shall be distributed in cash to Owner along with the remainder of the Owner’s Priority. If Owner elects to retain such amounts pursuant to clause (ii) above, Manager shall accrue such amounts as a reserve on the accounting records of the Hotel, and Owner shall fund the same as and when the Impositions become due, but such accrued and unfunded amounts shall be deducted from Gross Revenues for purposes of calculating the Incentive Management Fee. In addition, if any Mortgagee requires the establishment of an escrow account with respect to the Impositions, Manager shall comply with such requirements.

  • Real Estate Taxes Tenant shall pay to Landlord, as additional rent, for each tax period partially or wholly included in the term, Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes (as hereinafter defined). Tenant shall remit to Landlord, on the first day of each calendar month, estimated payments on account of Taxes, such monthly amounts to be sufficient to provide Landlord, by the time real estate tax payments are due and payable to any governmental authority responsible for collection of same, a sum equal to the Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes, as reasonably estimated by Landlord from time to time on the basis of the most recent tax data available. The initial calculation of the monthly estimated payments shall be based upon the Initial Estimate of Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes for the governmental authority’s fiscal tax period applicable to the Building (the “Tax Year”) and upon quarterly payments being due to the governmental authority on August 1, November 1, February 1 and May 1, and shall be made when the Commencement Date has been determined. If the total of such monthly remittances for any Tax Year is greater than the Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes for such Tax Year, Landlord shall promptly pay to Tenant, or credit against the next accruing payments to be made by Tenant pursuant to this subsection 4.2.1, the difference; if the total of such remittances is less than the Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes for such Tax Year, Tenant shall pay the difference to Landlord at least twenty (20) days prior to the date or dates within such Tax Year that any Taxes become due and payable to the governmental authority (but in any event no earlier than twenty (20) days following a written notice to Tenant, which notice shall set forth the manner of computation of Tenant’s Percentage of Taxes). If, after Tenant shall have made reimbursement to Landlord pursuant to this subsection 4.2.1, Landlord shall receive a refund of any portion of Taxes paid by Tenant with respect to any Tax Year during the term hereof as a result of an abatement of such Taxes by legal proceedings, settlement or otherwise (without either party having any obligation to undertake any such proceedings), Landlord shall promptly pay to Tenant, or credit against the next accruing payments to be made by Tenant pursuant to this subsection 4.2.1, the Tenant’s Percentage of the refund (less the proportional, pro rata expenses, including attorneys’ fees and appraisers’ fees, incurred in connection with obtaining any such refund), as relates to Taxes paid by Tenant to Landlord with respect to any Tax Year for which such refund is obtained. In the event this Lease shall commence, or shall end (by reason of expiration of the term or earlier termination pursuant to the provisions hereof), on any date other than the first or last day of the Tax Year, or should the Tax Year or period of assessment of real estate taxes be changed or be more or less than one (1) year, as the case may be, then the amount of Taxes which may be payable by Tenant as provided in this subsection 4.2.1 shall be appropriately apportioned and adjusted.

  • Real and Personal Property Taxes (A) All general and special real and personal property taxes and assessments (collectively, the “Taxes”), based on the regular tax bill for the current fiscal year (or, if such tax bill has not been issued as of the date of the Closing, the regular tax bill for the fiscal year preceding the current fiscal year) shall be prorated between Seller and Buyer at the Closing as of the Proration Date. Without limiting the foregoing, any and all accrued and unpaid supplemental or special real property taxes or assessments that relate to any time period prior to the Proration Date shall be the responsibility of Seller and, if not paid prior to or at Closing, shall be credited to the Buyer at Closing, and any and all supplemental or special real property taxes or assessments that relate to any time period on or after the Proration Date shall be the responsibility of Buyer and if paid by Seller prior to or at Closing, shall be credited to Seller at Closing. Without limiting the foregoing, in the event any supplemental or special real property taxes or assessments are levied prior to Closing, but are due and payable in one or more installments subsequent to the Closing, such supplemental or special real property taxes or assessments shall be allocated on a pro rata basis over the applicable payment period in question and prorated between Seller and Buyer as of the Proration Date. Notwithstanding any of the terms and conditions to the contrary contained in this Section 11.2(a)(iii), in the event any such Taxes are paid for directly by the Tenants to the applicable taxing authorities, such Taxes shall be not prorated between Seller or Buyer