Flooding Sample Clauses

Flooding. Please be advised that this property may be located in a special flood hazard area or an area of potential flooding (Please check one of the following if it applies):  The owner has received written notice from a public agency stating that the property is located in a special flood hazard area or an area of potential flooding.  The property is in an area in which the owner’s mortgage holder requires the owner to carry flood insurance.  The owner currently carries flood insurance.  The owner has no knowledge of the property being located in a special flood hazard area or an area of potential flooding. Tenants may obtain information about hazards, including flood hazards, that may affect the property from the Internet Web site of the Office of Emergency Services: http://myhazards.caloes.ca.gov/. Tenant understands that the owner’s insurance does not cover the loss of the tenant’s personal possessions and it is recommended that the tenant consider purchasing renter’s insurance and flood insurance to insure his or her possessions from loss due to fire, flood, or other risk of loss.
Flooding. In the last five (5) years, the Landlord: (check one) ☐ - IS AWARE of flooding on the Premises. ☐ - IS NOT AWARE of flooding on the Premises.
Flooding. To the best knowledge of the Seller, the Companies or any representative of the Seller or the Companies no flooding has occurred on the Silver City Premises.
Flooding. Non-coastal floods occur when rivers or streams overflow their channels, flooding the adjacent land or floodplain (coastal flood issues are discussed in Chapter 5, “Coastal Zones”). In areas prone to river and stream flooding, damage is contingent on the presence of humans and infrastructure. In New York State many original settlements were concentrated within the most viable transportation corridors, typically along rivers and their valleys, and much of the state’s infrastructure reflects these early patterns of development. Many major roadways in Central New York lie within the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) 100-year floodplain (Figure 4.4). Wastewater treatment plants are also at risk during floods (Figure 4.5). These plants are typically located at the lowest point in a landscape so that sewage can be conveyed by gravity. Across the state, flooding continues to be an expensive and disruptive phenomenon. Record flooding in the Susquehanna Basin in 2006 required more than $225million in disaster assistance, as reported by FEMA. Over a recent 12-year period, nine New York counties in the Southern Tier and Catskill regions experienced more than four FEMA-designated flood disasters; Delaware County had flood damage in 7 of the 12 years (Figure 4.6). However, the question of whether flooding will increase with climate change remains inconclusive. Increases in total annual rainfall as well as higher rainfall intensities—both likely as a result of climate change—are often used as justification for predictions of an increased likelihood of flooding. For some parts of the country, this direct link between precipitation and flooding is likely to be the case. For example, a study looking at the relationship between precipitation and flooding at a national scale found that a 13.5-percent increase in overall annual precipitation could increase future flood damage by approximately 130 percent (Choi and Fisher, 2003). However, large-scale flood damage predominantly occurs in the Mississippi Basin and such a study at the national scale is probably more reflective of the central United States than New York. Note: Roads are highlighted that were temporarily closed after severe flooding along the Susquehanna River in July 2006. Sources: FEMA Q3 Flood Zone Data, Census 2000 Railroads, USGS NYS Transportation Coverage Figure 4.4 Major roadways in proximity to FEMA-mapped 100-year floodplains Sources: FEMA Q3 Flood Zone Data, Census 2000 Railroads, USGS NYS Tra...
Flooding. According to the Flood Warning Information Service (www.flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk), the risk of flooding from rivers or the sea is: HighMedium Low Very LowNot in a Flood Risk Area Page 2 - Prepared by Allsop LLP 33 Wigmore Street, London, W1V 1BZ and 8th Floor, Platform, New Station Street, Leeds LS1 4JBUKBN213YB001-2Unique Identifier:
Flooding. Lessee acknowledges the possibility of flooding. Lessors shall in no manner be liable for any damages caused Lessee, by flood or other actions of the river, nor shall any such damage diminish the rental to be paid by Lessee.
Flooding. Due to its coastal location, and flat and low-lying topography, Thoothukudi project area is prone flooding, and has medium to high exposure to coastal flooding from tropical cyclones and heavy rainfall events. During the monsoon rains in the year 2015, the project area has expereinced severe flooding.
Flooding. In accordance with §41-113a if the Seller/Landlord is aware of any flooding on the premises within the last five (5) years any and all information must be reported and disclosed to the Buyer/Tenant.