Conservation Easement Sample Clauses

Conservation Easement. School shall abide by the terms of the Easement, attached as Exhibit “D” and granted by the District to Authority. The Easement shall be recorded against the Subject Property by the Authority, at the Authority’s sole cost and expense. This Easement may be executed and recorded without further approval of the Partiesgoverning bodies, except that approval is required to authorize the execution of this Agreement.
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Conservation Easement. Buyer agrees to execute a Conservation Easement at closing, a copy of which is attached to this Purchase Agreement and incorporated by reference. Buyer understands that the Conservation Easement will be perpetual and binding on the Property. Additionally, Buyer acknowledges that one purpose of the Conservation Easement is to prohibit the construction of any permanent structure on the Property.
Conservation Easement. The City, or its designee, shall receive a duly acknowledged irrevocable Conservation Easement executed by the Property Owner. The City shall record the Easement in the Maricopa County Recorder's Office. The Easement will (a) provide the City with an enforceable easement consistent with Arizona's Uniform Conservation Act, A.R.S. § 33-271 through 276, inclusive, as and if amended; (b) impose various limitations and obligations upon the Property Owner to preserve the historical, architectural and archaeological aspects of the Structure; and (c) otherwise be in such form and with such content as required by the City in its sole discretion.
Conservation Easement. ‌ County reserves the right to encumber the Leased Premises with a conservation easement during the Term of the Lease. The Leased Premises may be encumbered, currently or in the future, by a conservation easement as the same is authorized and provided for in California Civil Code Section 815 et seq. The provisions of any such conservation easement are incorporated herein by this reference, and are binding upon the tenant.
Conservation Easement. The Cooperator shall convey a perpetual conservation easement as defined in Section 704.06, F.S., to the District, over the Project area, without encumbrances unless such encumbrances do not adversely affect the ecological viability of the Project. The conservation easement will cover that portion of the property that is being improved with funds provided under this Agreement. The form and content of the conservation easement is subject to District review and approval prior to execution and should be substantially similar to the template attached hereto as an exhibit. Within 60 days of construction commencement, the Cooperator must submit a Title Insurance Commitment, legal description with a boundary survey signed and sealed by a Florida registered surveyor, evidence of ownership or legal control of the property, and a draft conservation easement for District review and approval. If the Cooperator is a municipality, political subdivision or state agency, it may use an Ownership and Encumbrance Report acceptable to the District in lieu of a Title Insurance Commitment. The Cooperator will have 90 days to remove any encumbrances identified by the District as unacceptable or demonstrate to the District’s satisfaction that the encumbrance or encumbrances will not affect the ecological viability of the Project. Within 30 days after construction is complete, the Cooperator must execute and record the conservation easement. Within 30 days after recording, the Cooperator must submit the recorded conservation easement for the Project area to the District. Within 90 days after recording, the Cooperator must submit a Title Insurance Policy consistent with the Title Insurance Commitment or Ownership and Encumbrance Report approved by the District. All costs associated with obtaining the conservation easement and the other required documents shall be the sole obligation of the Cooperator outside of this Agreement. This Paragraph shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement.
Conservation Easement. “Conservation Easement” means the conservation easement that limits uses of and lists requirements for the real property in a Subproject which may be attached. Conservation Easements only apply if they are attached to this Grant.
Conservation Easement. This Conservation Easement may be assigned or transferred by Grantee upon written approval of the Signatory Agencies, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, but Grantee shall give Grantor and the Signatory Agencies at least sixty (60) days prior written notice of the proposed assignment or transfer. Grantee may assign or transfer its rights under this Conservation Easement only to an entity or organization: (i) authorized to acquire and hold conservation easements pursuant to California Civil Code Section 815.3 and Government Code Section 65967 (and any successor or other provision(s) then applicable), or the laws of the United States; and (ii) otherwise reasonably acceptable to the Signatory Agencies. Grantee shall require the assignee to record the assignment in the county where the Property is located. The failure of Grantee to perform any act provided in this section shall not impair the validity of this Conservation Easement or limit its enforcement in any way. Any transfer under this section is subject to the requirements of Section 12.
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Conservation Easement. The Builder and Owner are put on notice of the area along the wetlands being restricted in use as a conservation easement. No work shall occur within the wetlands. Violators will be prosecuted.
Conservation Easement. (a) The Parties acknowledge and agree that pursuant to Section 4.8 of the IPO Asset Contribution Agreement, (i) CPCC was in the process of negotiating the granting of a conservation easement and/or the transfer of surface rights with a reservation of an easement by the Owning Parties to be entered into with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in connection with Permit No. 30841316 related to the Xxxxxx Overland Belt (the “Conservation Easement”) and (ii) to avoid delaying the negotiation and/or execution of the Conservation Easement, the Owning Parties did not assign to CTH any rights in the Conservation Easement (nor, if applicable, any interest in any properties that will be servient to the Conservation Easement following its execution (collectively, the “Conservation Easement Properties”)). The Parties further agree that as of the Effective Date, CPCC is still in the process of negotiating the execution of the Conservation Easement.
Conservation Easement. The Conservation Easement that Seller shall grant to Purchaser, or Land Trust, as its assignee, at Closing (as defined in Paragraph 5 below), must be in a form substantially similar to that Deed of Conservation Easement attached hereto as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by this reference, unless:
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