Agricultural Use. If this property is to be used principally for agricultural purposes, Purchaser agrees to conduct farm and livestock operations in accordance with good husbandry practices. In the event a forfeiture action is instituted, Purchaser consents to Seller's entry on the premises to take any reasonable action to conserve soil, crops, trees, and livestock.
Agricultural Use. The City agrees that Owner may continue the agricultural uses that are presently being conducted on the Property in the same manner as they have historically been performed until the development of the Property. The Owner understands and agrees that upon issuance of the first non- agricultural building permit for the Property, such agricultural activities shall cease, and any livestock, barbed wire, and/or electric fences shall be removed from the Property. The Owner understands that discharge of firearms is strictly prohibited in the City of Xxxxx.
Agricultural Use. Subject to the terms of this Conservation Easement, including but not limited to Section 3 hereof, you may use the Habitat Area for reasonable agricultural activities, which shall be limited to grazing and haying unless DUC determines otherwise. DUC will determine, in the exercise of its sole discretion, what constitutes a reasonable agricultural activity. In order to protect the Habitat Area, you may not till, break, clear or cultivate the Habitat Area or convert to cropland any portion of the Habitat Area unless you have consulted with DUC and received prior written approval from DUC for implementation of a forage and/or grassland rejuvenation plan. DUC will determine, in the exercise of its sole discretion, whether such a plan will be granted, refused or granted with conditions. You may not apply pesticides or any other chemicals whatsoever to the Habitat Area without the prior written consent of DUC, acting reasonably. For clarity, it is DUC’s intention to permit you to use chemicals to control noxious weeds on the Habitat Area, but not to permit any chemicals which will negatively affect the Habitat Area, including insecticides and fungicides.
Agricultural Use. Agricultural uses constitutes the largest land use category at of the Plan Area (as outlined in Appendix A). The Plan strives to maintain the importance of agriculture by directing future growth in a compact, contiguous manner that minimizes intrusions into agricultural operations.
Agricultural Use. (a) The Grantor retains the right to and shall have the obligation of Agricultural Use of the Protected Property. The term “Agricultural Use” refers to agricultural activity for wholesale and retail sale and means the use of the Protected Property in a manner so that it remains substantially undeveloped and is primarily devoted to the production of plants and animals useful to humans, including fruits, nuts, vegetables, greenhouse plants, berries, herbs, flowers, seeds, grasses, tree farm, apiary, forages, grains, field crops, feed crops, dairy and dairy products, livestock (including breeding and grazing), poultry and poultry products and other similar uses and activities.
Agricultural Use. Borrower shall not use any of the Collateral for, and shall not allow any Person leasing any Eligible Vehicle on a daily rental basis to use the leased Eligible Vehicle for any agricultural purposes;
Agricultural Use. The Property is currently assessed for real property tax purposes as “land in agricultural use” pursuant to Section 59-2-501, et seq. of the Utah Code (the “Utah Farmland Assessment Act”). The Parties shall not take any action to terminate the assessment of the Property as land in agricultural use pursuant to Utah Farmland Assessment Act prior to Closing. The Property is subject to the assessment by the Summit County Assessor of rollback taxes pursuant to the Utah Farmland Assessment Act. County Parties shall be responsible for the payment of any and all rollback taxes that may be assessed with respect to the Property by the Summit County Assessor under the Utah Farmland Assessment Act at or subsequent to the Closing.
Agricultural Use. The Subdivision, including the Lot, is an agricultural community that is located within an "agricultural" district under the State of Hawaii land use laws and an AG-2 district under the zoning ordinances of the City and County of Honolulu, and on lands with soil classified by the Land Study Bureau's detailed land classification as having an overall (master) productivity rating of Class C and E. Accordingly, all uses conducted on the Lot and all of the other lots within the Subdivision are limited to the uses expressly permitted by all land use and zoning laws, ordinances, regulations and requirements establishing and governing agricultural use, including those set forth in Hawaii Revised Statutes ("HRS") Chapter 205 and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, and Revised Ordinances of Honolulu ("ROH") Chapter 21, Articles 3 and 5, and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, as the same may be amended, replaced and/or supplemented (collectively, the “Zoning Laws”), and must be consistent with the purpose and intent of agricultural districts and soil classifications described herein and therein, including without limitation, HRS Section 205-2 and ROH Section 21-3.50. Such agricultural use shall be of perpetual duration so long as the Subdivision is zoned agricultural. In particular, the activities and uses that may be conducted on the Lot and the Subdivision are set forth in HRS Sections 205-2, 205-4.5 and 205-5, as further defined by ROH Chapter 21, Articles 3 and 5, and Tables 21-3 (permitted uses and structures) and 21-3.1 (development standards), as the same may be amended. Among other uses, the Zoning Laws currently limit the types of dwellings that can be constructed and maintained on the Lot to farm dwellings and farm buildings that comply with the standards set forth in ROH Chapter 21, Article 5. A "farm dwelling" is currently defined under HRS Section 205-4.5(a)(4) as "a single-family dwelling located on and used in connection with a farm," or "where agricultural activity provides income to the family occupying the dwelling". Farm dwellings must also comply with standards set forth in ROH Chapter 21, Article 5, including without limitation, the prohibition against more than one farm dwelling for each two acres of lot area and the requirement that each farm dwelling and any accessory use, to the extent permitted by the Zoning Laws and the Subdivision Declaration, be contained within a contiguous polygon area that does not exceed 5...