Environmental Studies Sample Clauses

Environmental Studies. Promptly conduct and complete, at Borrower’s expense, all such investigations, studies, samplings and testings as may be requested by Lender or any governmental authority relative to any substance, or any waste or by-product of any substance defined as toxic or a hazardous substance under applicable federal, state, or local law, rule, regulation, order or directive, at or affecting any property or any facility owned, leased or used by Borrower.
Environmental Studies. Promptly conduct and complete, at Borrower's expense, all such investigations, studies, samplings and testings as may be requested by Lender or any governmental authority relative to any substance, or any waste or by-product of any substance defined as toxic or a hazardous substance under applicable federal, state, or local law, rule, regulation, order or directive, at or affecting any property or any facility owned, leased or used by Borrower. Compliance with Governmental Requirements. Comply with all laws, ordinances, and regulations, now or hereafter in effect, of all governmental authorities applicable to the conduct of Borrower's properties, businesses and operations, and to the use or occupancy of the Collateral, including without limitation, the Americans With Disabilities Act. Borrower may contest in good faith any such law, ordinance, or regulation and withhold compliance during any proceeding, including appropriate appeals, so long as Borrower has notified Lender in writing prior to doing so and so long as, in Lender's sole opinion, Lender's interests in the Collateral are not jeopardized. Lender may require Borrower to post adequate security or a surety bond, reasonably satisfactory to Lender, to protect Lender's interest.
Environmental Studies. At its option, FNB may cause to be conducted Phase I environmental assessments of the Real Property, the real estate subject to any Real Property Lease, or the Loan Collateral, or any portion thereof, together with such other studies, testing and intrusive sampling and analyses as FNB shall deem necessary or desirable (collectively, the “Environmental Survey”); provided, however, that the Environmental Survey, as much as possible, shall be performed in such a manner as will not interfere unreasonably with United’s normal operations, and provided further, however, that United shall use its best efforts to obtain any required consents of third parties to permit any Environmental Survey of any Loan Collateral. FNB shall attempt in good faith to complete all such Phase I environmental assessments within 60 days following the date of this Agreement and thereafter to conduct and complete any such additional studies, testing, sampling and analyses as promptly as practicable. Subject to the provisions of Section 8.3(c) below, the costs of the Environmental Survey shall be paid by FNB. If (i) the final results of any Environmental Survey (or any related analytical data) reflect that there likely has been any discharge, disposal, release or emission by any person of any Hazardous Substance on, from or relating to any of the Real Property, real estate subject to a Real Property Lease or Loan Collateral at any time prior to the Effective Time, or that any action has been taken or not taken, or a condition or event likely has occurred or exists, with respect to any of the Real Property, real estate subject to a Real Property Lease or Loan Collateral which constitutes or would constitute a violation of any Environmental Laws, and if, (ii) based on the advice of its legal counsel or other consultants, FNB believes that United or, following the Merger, FNB, could become responsible for the remediation of such discharge, disposal, release or emission or for other corrective action with respect to any such violation, or that United or, following the Merger, FNB, could become liable for monetary damages (including without limitation any civil or criminal penalties or assessments) resulting therefrom (or that, in the case of any of the Loan Collateral, United or, following the Merger, FNB, could incur any such liability if it acquired title to such Loan Collateral), and if, (iii) based on the advice of their legal counsel or other consultants, FNB reasonably believes the amou...
Environmental Studies. As additional consideration for the transaction contemplated in this Agreement, Purchaser shall, upon Seller’s request and at no cost to Seller, provide to Seller, within five (5) Business Days after such request, copies of such reports, tests or studies involving contamination of or other environmental concerns relating to the Property; provided, however, Purchaser shall have no obligation to cause any such tests or studies to be performed on the Property. Seller acknowledges that Purchaser has not made and does not make any warranty or representation regarding the truth or accuracy of any such studies or reports. Notwithstanding Section 4.10 above, Purchaser shall have no liability or culpability of any nature as a result of having provided such information to Seller or as a result of Seller’s reliance thereon or arising out of the fact that Purchaser merely conducted such tests or studies, so long as Purchaser’s actions do not aggravate any pre-existing liability of Seller. Purchaser’s obligations under this Section 4.11 shall survive the termination of this Agreement and shall survive the Closing.
Environmental Studies. A copy of each environmental study regarding the Project or the Site that (i) is or has been prepared by or under the direction of Affiliates of the Sponsor (including the Remediation Work Plan and all updates thereto) or (ii) is or has been prepared by or under the direction of Persons other than Affiliates of the Sponsor and is in the possession of the Borrower (it being understood that the Borrower shall use commercially reasonable efforts to obtain possession of such environmental studies prepared by or under the direction of Persons other than Affiliates of the Sponsor upon attaining knowledge thereof).
Environmental Studies. Seller has heretofore provided to the Rush Parties copies of (a) all existing Environmental Site Assessments (whether Phase I, Phase II or otherwise) covering all or any portion of the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property, to the extent the same are in Seller's possession or Seller has access to them, and (b) any other environmental studies, reports and information, including, without limitation, correspondence from Governmental Authorities, concerning the environmental condition of the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property, to the extent the same are in Seller's possession or Seller has access to them (all of the foregoing information, whether obtained by the Rush Parties or provided by Seller, being hereinafter referred to as "Environmental Information"). Without in any way limiting the provisions of the preceding sentence, the Rush Parties and their contractors and representatives, at the Rush Parties' expense, shall have at least 45 days from the date hereof, but in no event less than 30 days from receipt of the Environmental Information (the "Feasibility Period") within which to conduct any and all engineering, environmental and economic feasibility studies and tests of the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and its Grand Rapids Property which the Rush Parties, in their sole discretion, deem necessary to determine whether the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property are environmentally, engineeringly and economically suitable for the Rush Parties' intended use. In accordance with Section 8.6 hereof, Seller has granted and hereby grants to the Rush Parties and their contractors and representatives access to the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property for the purpose of performing such studies or tests. Such persons shall conduct their studies and tests in such a manner as to minimize interference with the Business, and, upon completion of their activities on the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property, shall restore the Real Property, the Ellsxxxxx Xxxperty and the Grand Rapids Property as nearly as is reasonably possible to the condition they were in immediately prior to such activities.
Environmental Studies. Buyer may obtain, within forty-five (45) calendar days after the execution of this Agreement, a completed Phase I environmental audit report (the "Phase I Report") regarding the Real Property. The cost of the Phase I Report shall be paid by Buyer. The Phase I Report shall be reasonably satisfactory to Buyer in all respects, and Buyer agrees to notify Seller of any objection to the status of the Phase I Report within ten (10) business days after Buyer's receipt of the Phase I Report. To the extent Buyer does not notify Seller within such ten (10) day period of any objection to the Phase I Report, Buyer hereby waives any right to refuse to consummate this Agreement or to terminate this Agreement as a result of any noncompliance with Environmental Laws disclosed in the Phase I Report. If, in Buyer's reasonable judgment, a Phase II environmental audit report ("Phase I Report") is necessary in light of the contents of the Phase I Report and Buyer has timely objected to the applicable Phase I Report, Buyer shall obtain such Phase II Report within thirty (30) calendar days following Buyer's objection to the Phase I Report, at Buyer's sole expense, which shall be satisfactory to Buyer in all respects. In the event that a Phase I Report and/or a Phase II report discloses an environmental condition or matter which is reasonably unsatisfactory to Buyer and to which Buyer objects on a timely basis, Seller shall have sixty (60) calendar days from Seller's receipt of notice to remediate and eliminate such condition or matter and bring such Real Property into compliance with all Environmental Laws. If the environmental condition or matter is not remediated and eliminated by Seller within the prescribed 60 day period, Buyer may terminate this Agreement, without any further liability hereunder.
Environmental Studies. Within sixty days following the date of this Reorganization Agreement, BT Financial shall cause to be completed, at its sole cost and expense, a Phase I environmental assessment ("Phase I assessment") of all real estate owned by First Xxxxxxx (the "Premises") and shall deliver a copy of each such Phase I assessment to First Xxxxxxx. If BT Financial should determine pursuant to the results of any such Phase I assessment that (A) there has been an Environmental Condition affecting the Premises or any storage, discharge, disposal, release or emission of any Hazardous Substance in, on or from the Premises and (B) BT Financial reasonably believes that it could become responsible for the remediation of such storage, discharge, disposal, release or emission or become liable for monetary damages resulting therefrom, and (C) the remediation costs or potential liability is greater than $100,000, then BT Financial shall inform First Xxxxxxx in writing with specificity, including a good faith estimate of the cost of remediation, within thirty (30) days of BT Financial's receipt of the Phase I assessment, and BT Financial may, in its sole discretion, terminate this Reorganization Agreement.