Permitted Encumbrances Sample Clauses

Permitted Encumbrances. None of the Permitted Encumbrances, individually or in the aggregate, materially interferes with the benefits of the security intended to be provided by the Loan Documents, materially and adversely affects the value of the Property, impairs the use or the operation of the Property or impairs Borrower’s ability to pay its obligations in a timely manner.
Permitted Encumbrances. The Permitted Encumbrances (as defined in the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement of which this Exhibit B forms a part) do not materially interfere with the security intended to be provided by the related Mortgage, the current use or operation of the related Mortgaged Property or the current ability of the Mortgaged Property to generate net operating income sufficient to service the Mortgage Loan. If the Mortgaged Property is operated as a nursing facility, a hospitality property or a multifamily property, the Mortgage, together with any separate security agreement, similar agreement and UCC financing statement, if any, establishes and creates a first priority, perfected security interest (subject only to any prior purchase money security interest), to the extent such security interest can be perfected by the recordation of a Mortgage or the filing of a UCC financing statement, in all personal property owned by the Mortgagor that is used in, and is reasonably necessary to, the operation of the related Mortgaged Property.
Permitted Encumbrances. The term “Permitted Encumbrances” shall mean:
Permitted Encumbrances. (l) Liens arising pursuant to purchase money mortgages, Capital Leases or security interests securing Indebtedness representing the purchase price (or financing of the purchase price within 90 days after the respective purchase) of assets acquired after the Effective Date, provided that (i) any such Liens attach only to the assets so purchased, (ii) the Indebtedness secured by any such Lien does not exceed 100%, nor is less than 70%, of the lesser of the fair market value or the purchase price of the property being purchased at the time of the incurrence of such Indebtedness and (iii) the Indebtedness secured thereby is permitted to be incurred pursuant to Section 8.04(e);
Permitted Encumbrances. (i) the Liens created by the Loan Documents, (ii) all Liens and other matters disclosed in the title insurance policy insuring the Lien of the Security Instrument, (iii) Liens, if any, for Taxes or other charges not yet due and payable and not delinquent, (iv) any workers’, mechanics’ or other similar Liens on the Property provided that any such Lien is bonded or discharged within thirty (30) days after Borrower first receives notice of such Lien and (v) such other title and survey exceptions as Lender approves in writing in Lender’s discretion.
Permitted Encumbrances. Section 8.3.1 Subject to Section 7.3.2 hereof, Tenant shall, at its own cost and expense, fully observe, perform and comply with all Permitted Encumbrances as the same apply to or bind Lessor or any of the Leased Properties. Subject to Section 7.3.2 hereof, Tenant shall not cause, or permit its respective agents, employees, contractors, invitees, subtenants, licensees, concessionaires or assigns (whether or not permitted hereunder) to cause, whether by act or omission, any breach of, default under or termination of any Permitted Encumbrance applicable to or binding upon Lessor or any of the Leased Properties. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in Section 16.1 or elsewhere in this Lease but subject to Section 7.3.2 hereof, an Event of Default shall be deemed to have occurred under this Lease on account of Tenant’s breach of this Section 8.3.1, when, but only if, (a) Tenant’s breach of this Section 8.3.1 also results in a breach or default of an obligation under a Permitted Encumbrance, (b) such Permitted Encumbrance breach or default is not cured by Tenant on or prior to the expiration of the cure period, if any, applicable to such breach or default by the terms of the instrument creating such Permitted Encumbrance (or such longer cure period as may be expressly authorized by an order of a court of competent jurisdiction), and (c) on account of such Permitted Encumbrance breach or default, a real property interest, or a covenant, condition, restriction, license or other beneficial right, created under such Permitted Encumbrance and benefiting Lessor or a Leased Property is terminated or otherwise lost or at material risk of being terminated or otherwise lost. Lessor agrees that, in the event Lessor receives any written notice of default from a party to a Permitted Encumbrance, Lessor shall promptly forward a copy thereof to Tenant. Tenant agrees that, if Lessor, at its option, elects to cure an Event of Default by Tenant under this Section 8.3.1, such cure shall not excuse Tenant from, or be deemed a cure of, such Event of Default, nor shall Tenant’s reimbursement to Lessor of any costs and expenses incurred by Lessor in effecting any such cure be deemed a cure of any such Event of Default, provided, however, that, notwithstanding the foregoing, even after the occurrence of such an Event of Default by Tenant and/or Lessor’s cure thereof, Lessor agrees to accept Tenant’s cure thereof, or reimbursement of Lessor’s costs and expenses to effect ...
Permitted Encumbrances. The term "Permitted Encumbrances" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.11(b).
Permitted Encumbrances. (i) the Liens created by the Loan Documents, (ii) all Liens and other matters disclosed in the Title Insurance Policy, (iii) Liens, if any, for Taxes or Other Charges not yet delinquent, (iv) any workers’, mechanics’ or other similar Liens on the Property provided that any such Lien is bonded or discharged within sixty (60) days after Borrower first receives notice of such Lien, (v) such other title and survey exceptions as Lender approves in writing in Lender’s discretion, (vi) the Mezzanine Loan Liens and (vii) Liens incurred by REIT Operating Partnership or any Person having any direct or indirect ownership interest in REIT Operating Partnership.
Permitted Encumbrances. The term “Permitted Encumbrances” means: