Conveyance. Upon performance by the Buyer of the closing obligations specified herein, the Seller shall convey marketable title of the Property to the Buyer by the deed mentioned in Section VIII, including, but not limited to, oil, gas, and other mineral rights, subject only to building and use restrictions, easements, and restrictions of record, if any.
Conveyance. The Seller with respect to the Seller Home Equity Loans and the Conduit Seller with respect to the Conduit Home Equity Loans each hereby bargains, sells, conveys, assigns and transfers to the Depositor, in trust, without recourse and for the exclusive benefit of the Owners of the Certificates, all of its right, title and interest in and to (a) all principal collected and interest due on the Home Equity Loans on and after the Cut-Off Date and any and all other benefits accruing from the Home Equity Loans which the Depositor is causing to be delivered to the Custodian on behalf of the Trustee herewith, together with the related Home Equity Loan documents and the Depositor’s interest in any Property, and all payments thereon and proceeds of the conversion, voluntary or involuntary, of the foregoing, and (b) proceeds of all the foregoing (including, but not by way of limitation, all proceeds of any mortgage insurance, flood insurance, hazard insurance and title insurance policy relating to the Home Equity Loans, cash proceeds, accounts, accounts receivable, notes, drafts, acceptances, chattel paper, checks, deposit accounts, rights to payment of any and every kind, and other forms of obligations and receivables which at any time constitute all or part of or are included in the proceeds of any of the foregoing) to pay the Certificates as specified herein (the “Home Equity Loan Assets”). The Depositor, concurrently with the execution and delivery hereof, hereby bargains, sells, conveys, assigns and transfers to the Trustee for the benefit of the Owners of the Certificates, without recourse, all the right, title and interest of the Depositor in and to the Trust Estate. The Trustee acknowledges such sale, accepts the trusts hereunder in accordance with the provisions hereof and agrees to perform the duties herein in accordance with the provisions of the Operative Documents.
Conveyance. In the event of the resignation or removal of a Trustee or his otherwise ceasing to be a Trustee, such former Trustee or his legal representative shall, upon request of the continuing Trustees, execute and deliver such documents as may be required for the purpose of consummating or evidencing the conveyance to the Trust or the remaining Trustees of any Trust Property held in such former Trustee's name, but the execution and delivery of such documents shall not be requisite to the vesting of title to the Trust Property in the remaining Trustees, as provided in subsection (g) of this Section 4.1 and in Section 4.13 hereof.
Conveyance. The Vendor, pursuant to and for the consideration provided for in the Sale Agreement, the receipt and sufficiency of such consideration being hereby acknowledged by the Vendor, hereby sells, assigns, transfers, conveys and sets over to the Purchaser the entire right, title, estate and interest of the Vendor in and to the Assets, to have and to hold the same absolutely together with all benefit and advantage to be derived therefrom and subject to the performance and observance of all obligations and burdens associated therewith.
Conveyance. Seller shall convey marketable title to the Real Property by statutory warranty, trustee’s, personal representative’s, or guardian’s deed, as appropriate to the status of Seller, subject only to matters described in STANDARD A and those accepted by Buyer. Personal Property shall, at request of Buyer, be transferred by absolute bill of sale with warranty of title, subject only to such matters as may be provided for in this Contract.
Conveyance. A. At closing Seller shall convey and transfer the property to Buyer by Warranty Deed, Trustee’s Deed, appropriate assignment, or other similar acceptable instrument of conveyance, which instrument shall be subject to the exceptions permitted herein, releasing homestead. At the same time the balance of the purchase price then due shall be paid and all documents relative to the transaction shall be signed and delivered. In the event the Buyer shall assume an existing indebtedness, cost of such assumption shall be borne by Buyer.
Conveyance. If Buyer is to receive any rights to water pursuant to § 2.7.2 (Other Rights Relating to Water), § 2.7.3 (Well Rights), or § 2.7.4 (Water Stock Certificates), Seller agrees to convey such rights to Buyer by executing the applicable legal instrument at Closing.
Conveyance. The Noteholder has full legal and equitable title to the Note, free and clear of all liens, pledges or encumbrances of any kind, nature or description, with full and unrestricted legal power, authority and right to enter into this Agreement and to transfer and deliver the Note to the Company pursuant hereto, and upon delivery of the Note to the Company, Company will be the owner of the Note, free and clear of all liens, claims, pledges or encumbrances of any kind, nature or description. The exchange by the Noteholder and the consummation of the transactions herein, does not by itself or with the passage of time violate or infringe upon the rights of any third parties or result or could reasonably result in any claims against the Noteholder or the Company.
Conveyance. Seller represents that they have good, valid and marketable title, in fee simple, and agrees to convey title to Property to Buyer or his nominee by warranty deed free and clear of all liens, encumbrances or special taxes levied or assessed, except No exceptions subject to all building, use restrictions, and covenants now of record.
Conveyance. At the Closing, Seller will convey fee simple title to the Real Property and the Improvements to Purchaser or Purchaser’s assignee or nominee by the Deed and title to the Personal Property and the Intangible Property by the Bill of Sale (as hereinafter defined), free and clear of any and all deeds of trust, mortgages or other liens or indebtedness; subject, however, to the following (collectively, the “Permitted Exceptions”):