Interest in the Project Sample Clauses

Interest in the Project. Borrower intends to hold the Project for its own account and has no current plans to sell and has not entered into any agreement to sell the Project.
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Interest in the Project. The title in the Project and any and all additions, repairs, replacements, or modifications thereto, shall be held in the name of the County, subject to the Permitted Encumbrances. Title to the Project and any and all additions and modifications thereto and replacements thereof shall be held in the name of the County. The District shall have no right, title, or interest in the Project or any additions and modifications thereto or replacements thereof, except it's reversionary rights by law as lessee.
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  • Maintenance of the Property Neither Broker nor Brokerage Firm is responsible for maintenance of the 324 Property nor are they liable for damage of any kind occurring to the Property, unless such damage is caused by their negligence or 325 intentional misconduct.

  • of the Project III. 2 – Performance obligations

  • Security Interest in the Collateral To secure the prompt payment and performance to Agent and each Lender of the Obligations, each Borrower hereby assigns, pledges and grants to Agent for its benefit and for the ratable benefit of each Lender a continuing security interest in and to and Lien on all of its Collateral, whether now owned or existing or hereafter acquired or arising and wheresoever located. Each Borrower shall xxxx its books and records as may be necessary or appropriate to evidence, protect and perfect Agent’s security interest and shall cause its financial statements to reflect such security interest. Each Borrower shall promptly provide Agent with written notice of all commercial tort claims, such notice to contain the case title together with the applicable court and a brief description of the claim(s). Upon delivery of each such notice, such Borrower shall be deemed to hereby grant to Agent a security interest and lien in and to such commercial tort claims and all proceeds thereof.

  • Collateral in the Possession of a Bailee If any Inventory or other Goods are at any time in the possession of a bailee, such Assignor shall promptly notify the Collateral Agent thereof and, if requested by the Collateral Agent, shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to promptly obtain an acknowledgment from such bailee, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, that the bailee holds such Collateral for the benefit of the Collateral Agent and shall act upon the instructions of the Collateral Agent, without the further consent of such Assignor. The Collateral Agent agrees with such Assignor that the Collateral Agent shall not give any such instructions unless an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing or would occur after taking into account any action by the respective Assignor with respect to any such bailee.

  • Development of the Property Except as modified by this Agreement, the Development and the Property will be developed in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations, including but not limited to the City’s ordinances and the zoning regulations applicable to the Property, and such amendments to City ordinances and regulations that that may be applied to the Development and the Property under Chapter 245, Texas Local Government Code, and good engineering practices (the “Applicable Regulations”). If there is a conflict between the Applicable Regulations and the Development Standards, the Development Standards shall control.

  • Access to the Property At such times as COUNTY and PURCHASER may mutually agree prior to the closing, COUNTY shall provide to PURCHASER or to its employees, agents, and contractors: (i) reasonable access to the Property and to the books, records, and personnel of COUNTY relating thereto for the purpose of making any surveys, inspections, or investigations permitted by this Agreement; and (ii) such information regarding the Property as PURCHASER or its employees, agents, and contractors may reasonably request. PURCHASER shall promptly repair any damage to the Property caused by its or any such person(s) entry upon the Property and shall hold COUNTY harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, liabilities, costs, and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys' fees and court costs) arising out of or in connection with any such entry upon the Property.

  • Title and Management of REO Properties (a) In the event that title to any Mortgaged Property (other than a Mortgaged Property with respect to an Outside Serviced Mortgage Loan) is acquired for the benefit of Certificateholders (or, with respect to a Serviced Loan Combination, for the benefit of the Certificateholders and the related Serviced Companion Loan Holder(s)) (as a collective whole as if such Certificateholders and, if applicable, such Serviced Companion Loan Holder(s) constituted a single lender) (either by the Trust Fund or by a single member limited liability company established for that purpose) in foreclosure, by deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or upon abandonment or reclamation from bankruptcy, the deed or certificate of sale shall be taken in the name of a nominee of the Trustee (which shall not include the Master Servicer), or a separate trustee or co-trustee, on behalf of the Trust Fund and any related Serviced Companion Loan Holders. The Special Servicer, on behalf of the Trust Fund, shall sell any REO Property prior to the close of the third calendar year following the year in which the Lower-Tier REMIC acquires ownership of such REO Property, within the meaning of Treasury Regulations Section 1.856-6(b)(1), for purposes of Code Section 860G(a)(8), unless (i) the IRS grants (or does not deny) an extension of time (an “REO Extension”) to sell such REO Property or (ii) the Special Servicer obtains an Opinion of Counsel for the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator and the Trustee, addressed to the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator and the Trustee, to the effect that the holding by the Lower-Tier REMIC of such REO Property subsequent to the close of the third calendar year following the year in which such acquisition occurred will not result in the imposition of taxes on “prohibited transactions” (as defined in Code Section 860F) of either Trust REMIC, or cause either Trust REMIC to fail to qualify as a REMIC under the Code at any time that any Lower-Tier Regular Interests or Regular Certificates are outstanding. If the Special Servicer is granted (or is not denied) the REO Extension contemplated by clause (i) of the immediately preceding sentence or obtains the Opinion of Counsel contemplated by clause (ii) of the immediately preceding sentence, the Special Servicer shall sell such REO Property within such longer period as is permitted by such REO Extension or such Opinion of Counsel, as the case may be. Any expense incurred by the Special Servicer in connection with its receiving the REO Extension contemplated by clause (i) of the second preceding sentence or its obtaining the Opinion of Counsel contemplated by clause (ii) of the second preceding sentence shall be an expense of the Trust Fund payable out of the Collection Account pursuant to Section 3.06(a) of this Agreement. The Special Servicer, on behalf of the Trust Fund and any related Serviced Companion Loan Holder, in accordance with the Servicing Standard, shall dispose of any REO Property held by the Trust Fund (i) prior to the last day of such period (taking into account extensions) by which such REO Property is required to be disposed of pursuant to the provisions of the immediately preceding sentence in a manner provided under Section 3.17 of this Agreement and (ii) on the same terms and conditions as if it were the owner of such REO Property. The Special Servicer shall manage, conserve, protect and operate each REO Property for the Certificateholders and, if applicable, the related Serviced Companion Loan Holder, solely for the purpose of its prompt disposition and sale in a manner which does not cause such REO Property to fail to qualify as “foreclosure property” within the meaning of Code Section 860G(a)(8) or result in the receipt by the Trust Fund of any “income from non-permitted assets” within the meaning of Code Section 860F(a)(2)(B) or (i) endanger the status of either Trust REMIC as a REMIC or (ii) result in the imposition of a tax upon either Trust REMIC or the Trust Fund.

  • Management of REO Property (a) Prior to the acquisition of title to any Mortgaged Property securing a defaulted Mortgage Loan, the Special Servicer shall review the operation of such Mortgaged Property and determine the nature of the income that would be derived from such property if it were acquired by the Trust. If the Special Servicer determines from such review that:

  • Development of the Project 4.1 TSP's obligations in development of the Project: Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the TSP at its own cost and expense shall observe, comply with, perform, undertake and be responsible:

  • Grant of Security Interest in the Collateral To secure the prompt payment and performance in full when due, whether by lapse of time, acceleration, mandatory prepayment or otherwise, of the Secured Obligations, each Grantor hereby grants to the Administrative Agent, for the benefit of the Secured Parties, a continuing security interest in, and a right to set off against, any and all right, title and interest of such Grantor in and to all of the following, whether now owned or existing or owned, acquired, or arising hereafter (collectively, the “Collateral”):

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