Flood Mitigation Sample Clauses

Flood Mitigation. The Initial Plan Milestone relating to the receipt of flood mitigation financing is satisfied by the execution and delivery of (i) the Cherry Street Stormwater & Lakefilling Project Delivery Agreement between the City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto, dated as of May 31, 2017 (the “First Contribution Agreement”), which sets out the Three Orders of Government commitment to fund the Cherry Street Stormwater & Lakefilling Project in an amount up to CAN$65 million, and (ii) the Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure Project Contribution Agreement, by and among Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada as represented by the Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs, Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Ontario, represented by the Minister of Infrastructure, the City of Toronto represented by the Deputy City Manager, Cluster B and Waterfront Toronto, dated as of May 1, 2018 (the “Second Contribution Agreement” and, together with the First Contribution Agreement, collectively the “Contribution Agreement”), which commits the public sector bodies to fund the Port Lands Flood Protection and Enabling Infrastructure Project in an amount up to CAN$1.185 billion, in each case for the re- naturalization of the Don River and the flood protection of the Lower Xxx Xxxxx and the Port Lands.
Flood Mitigation. VTA shall construct storm drainage improvements across Montague Expressway at Piper Drive, and Wrigley Creek Improvements along Piper Drive downstream of Montague Expressway to carry the 100 year flood event to the closest feasible downstream point of connection with the City’s existing system consistent with City’s updated Storm Drainage Master Plan.

Related to Flood Mitigation

  • Xxxxx Disaster Protection In accordance with the requirements of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (42 U.S.C. 4001), the Subrecipient shall assure that for activities located in an area identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as having special flood hazards, flood insurance under the National Flood Insurance Program is obtained and maintained as a condition of financial assistance for acquisition or construction purposes (including rehabilitation).

  • Flood Insurance With respect to each Mortgaged Property, obtain flood insurance in such total amount as the Administrative Agent or the Required Lenders may from time to time reasonably require, if at any time the area in which any improvements located on any Mortgaged Property is designated a “flood hazard area” in any Flood Insurance Rate Map published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (or any successor agency), and otherwise comply with the National Flood Insurance Program as set forth in the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973, as amended from time to time.

  • Standard Hazard and Flood Insurance Policies For each Mortgage Loan (other than a Cooperative Loan), the Master Servicer shall maintain, or cause to be maintained by each Servicer, standard fire and casualty insurance and, where applicable, flood insurance, all in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the related Servicing Agreement, as applicable. It is understood and agreed that such insurance shall be with insurers meeting the eligibility requirements set forth in the applicable Servicing Agreement and that no earthquake or other additional insurance is to be required of any Mortgagor or to be maintained on property acquired in respect of a defaulted loan, other than pursuant to such applicable laws and regulations as shall at any time be in force and as shall require such additional insurance. Pursuant to Section 4.01, any amounts collected by the Master Servicer, or by any Servicer, under any insurance policies maintained pursuant to this Section 9.16 or any Servicing Agreement (other than amounts to be applied to the restoration or repair of the property subject to the related Mortgage or released to the Mortgagor in accordance with the applicable Servicing Agreement) shall be deposited into the Collection Account, subject to withdrawal pursuant to Section 4.02. Any cost incurred by the Master Servicer or any Servicer in maintaining any such insurance if the Mortgagor defaults in its obligation to do so shall be added to the amount owing under the Mortgage Loan where the terms of the Mortgage Loan so permit; provided, however, that the addition of any such cost shall not be taken into account for purposes of calculating the distributions to be made to Certificateholders and shall be recoverable by the Master Servicer or such Servicer pursuant to Section 4.02.

  • Flood Hazard Insurance None of the improvements on any related Mortgaged Property are located in a flood hazard area as defined by the Federal Insurance Administration or, if any portion of the improvements on the related Mortgaged Property are in an area identified in the Federal Register by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as having special flood hazards falling within zones A or V in the national flood insurance program, the Mortgagor has obtained and is required to maintain flood insurance.

  • Flood Zone The Property is not located in an area identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency as a special flood hazard area, or, if so located the flood insurance required pursuant to Section 5.1.1(a) is in full force and effect with respect to the Property.

  • Flood If any of the Improvements are located in an area identified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (or any successor to that agency) as a “Special Flood Hazard Area,” flood Insurance in the amount required by Lender.

  • Standard Hazard Insurance and Flood Insurance Policies (a) For each Mortgage Loan, the Master Servicer shall enforce any obligation of the Servicers under the related Servicing Agreements to maintain or cause to be maintained standard fire and casualty insurance and, where applicable, flood insurance, all in accordance with the provisions of the related Servicing Agreements. It is understood and agreed that such insurance shall be with insurers meeting the eligibility requirements set forth in the applicable Servicing Agreement and that no earthquake or other additional insurance is to be required of any Mortgagor or to be maintained on property acquired in respect of a defaulted loan, other than pursuant to such applicable laws and regulations as shall at any time be in force and as shall require such additional insurance.

  • Flood Laws JPMCB has adopted internal policies and procedures that address requirements placed on federally regulated lenders under the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 1994 and related legislation (the “Flood Laws”). JPMCB, as administrative agent or collateral agent on a syndicated facility, will post on the applicable electronic platform (or otherwise distribute to each Lender in the syndicate) documents that it receives in connection with the Flood Laws. However, JPMCB reminds each Lender and Participant in the facility that, pursuant to the Flood Laws, each federally regulated Lender (whether acting as a Lender or Participant in the facility) is responsible for assuring its own compliance with the flood insurance requirements.

  • Set Off; Mitigation The Company’s obligation to pay Employee the amounts provided and to make the arrangements provided hereunder shall be subject to set-off, counterclaim, or recoupment of amounts owed by Employee to the Company or its Affiliates, provided that such amounts owed have been acknowledged by Employee in writing. To the extent any amount so subject to set-off, counterclaim, or recoupment is payable in installments hereunder, such set-off, counterclaim, or recoupment shall not modify the applicable payment date of any installment, and to the extent an obligation cannot be satisfied by reduction of a single installment payment, any portion not satisfied shall remain an outstanding obligation of Employee and shall be applied to the next installment only at such time the installment is otherwise payable pursuant to the specified payment schedule.