Borrower’s Knowledge Sample Clauses

Borrower’s Knowledge. Any statements, representations or warranties that are based upon the best knowledge of Borrower or an officer thereof shall be deemed to have been made after due inquiry by Borrower or an officer, as applicable, with respect to the matter in question.
Borrower’s Knowledge the knowledge of Borrower or Owner or any of its respective directors, officers, members or employees. Such Borrower or Owner or any of its respective directors, officers, members or employees shall be deemed to have knowledge of any applicable fact if (i) such Person has actual knowledge of such fact, or (ii) such Person has received a notification of such fact.
Borrower’s Knowledge. Any statements, representations or warranties which are based upon the knowledge of Borrower shall be deemed to have been limited to the knowledge, made after due inquiry by Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, President of PGLP, Inc., the managing general partner of Borrower, and President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Prime Group, Inc., and Xxxx X. Xxxxxx, Vice President and Treasurer of PGLP, Inc., the managing general partner of Borrower and the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Prime Group, or, if such persons are not then serving Borrower in their present capacities, their successors., with respect to the matter in question.
Borrower’s Knowledge. Whenever a representation or warranty is made “to Borrower’s knowledge,” “to Borrower’s best knowledge,” or a term of similar import, such term shall mean the actual knowledge of Borrower or its officers or directors who would be likely to have actual knowledge of the relevant subject matter.
Borrower’s Knowledge. As used herein the termto Borrower’s actual knowledge” or “to Borrower’s knowledge” is intended to mean to the actual knowledge of employees, officers, contractors or in-house attorneys of DRC or any subsidiaries or Affiliates of DRC and its outside law firms and attorneys who have been involved with or undertaken due diligence in connection with the Bankruptcy Case, Sale Order, APA or the Acquired Assets.
Borrower’s Knowledge. Any statements, representations or warranties which are based upon the best knowledge of a Borrower shall be deemed to have been made after due inquiry by such Borrower with respect to the matter in question.
Borrower’s Knowledge. With respect to all items stated herein as being to Borrower’s knowledge, such knowledge shall mean the current actual knowledge of Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx and/or Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, after consulting with the property managers.
Borrower’s Knowledge. Whenever a representation or warranty is made “to Borrower’s knowledge,” “to Borrower’s best knowledge,” “to Master Lessee’s knowledge,” “to Master Lessee’s best knowledge,” or a term of similar import, such term shall mean the current actual knowledge of each of Xxxxxx Xxxxx and Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, in each case after reasonable diligence, and of Borrower’s or Master Lessee’s, as applicable, respective executive officers (other than Xxxxxx Xxxxx) and directors who have actual knowledge of the relevant subject matter.
Borrower’s Knowledge. For purposes of the Loan Documents, the phrases “to Borrower’s knowledge,” “to Carveout Indemnitor’s knowledge,” “to Grantor’s knowledge,” “to Assignor’s knowledge,” “to Indemnitor’s knowledge” or comparable phrases (including “to the best of” a Person’s knowledge) shall mean with respect to Borrower and Carveout Indemnitor, the current knowledge of Xxxxxx Xxxxx, who is an Authorized Representative of one or more Borrower Parties and is charged with responsibilities relating to the acquisition, ownership, management and operation of the Property, after reasonable and prudent inquiry consistent with his/her management responsibilities, including inquiry of the Property Manager, but without any personal liability of any such individual to Lender.
Borrower’s Knowledge. Whenever a representation or warranty is made “to Borrower’s knowledge,” “to Borrower’s best knowledge,” “to Master Lessee’s knowledge,” “to Master Lessee’s best knowledge,” or a term of similar import, such term shall mean the actual knowledge of Borrower or Master Lessee, as applicable, or their respective officers or directors who would be likely to have actual knowledge of the relevant subject matter.