SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. In order to meet the Buyer’s obligations during the Inspection Period, the Seller shall be required to provide the following documents and records, to the extent they are within the possession or control of the Seller, at the Seller’s sole cost and expense:
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. Seller will deliver to Buyer the following Seller Disclosures; (a) a copy of all loan documents relating to any loan now existing which will encumber the Property after Closing; and (b) a copy of all leases affecting the Property not expiring prior to Closing. Seller agrees to pay any title commitment cancellation charges.
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. Within five business (5) days of the mutual execution and delivery of this Agreement by Buyer and Seller, Seller will provide Buyer with all disclosures required by statute and which are applicable to the Property, including, but not limited to, a disclosure as designated under Section 25359.7 of the Health and Safety Code; whereby Seller is required to disclose if there are any hazardous substances located on or beneath the Property that are known to Seller.
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. 10.3.1 All Representations are made subject to the following matters, which shall therefore limit the contents and scope of such Representations, provided that such matters are disclosed in sufficient detail to enable a diligent purchaser assisted by professional advisors to assess their impact on the Target Company:
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. 8.2.1 The Warranties are subject to the matters which are fully and fairly disclosed in this Agreement, the Disclosure Letter or the Data Room, provided that such matters are disclosed in sufficient detail to enable a reasonable purchaser to identify the nature of the matter disclosed and provided that the Seller is under no obligation to have brought to the Relevant Purchasers’ attention any specific matter documented in the Data Room. For the avoidance of doubt, the Purchasers acknowledge that disclosure of a document in the Data Room shall not be regarded as not fairly disclosed by reason of such document being written in a language other than English.
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. Seller has obtained preliminary plat approval from the City of Steamboat Springs (“City”) for the Sunlight Subdivision in accordance with the approval known as PP-13-01 as modified in the substantial conformance review (“Preliminary Plat”). Seller has recorded Final Plat with City of Steamboat Springs and County of Routt, CO, at File#: 14357, Reception#: 793098, Dated: 08/31/2018, the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Sunlight Residential Subdivision (“Declarations(Reception#: 782193, Dated 08/09/2017),. In addition to the Final Plat, Seller will record a document to subject the Lot to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Sunlight Residential Subdivision (“Declarations”), and has formed an owners association named Sunlight Homeowners Association, Inc. (“Association”) which has adopted Design Guidelines. The Sunlight Residential Subdivision is located in the Sunlight Metropolitan District, a quasi-municipal corporation and political subdivision of the State of Colorado (“District”) organized in Steamboat Springs to provide for the financing, ownership, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure as well as to provide design review and covenant enforcement services to the residents of the District. The Final Plat, Declarations, the Design Guidelines, and the articles of incorporation and bylaws for the Association, are referred to herein as the (“Subdivision Documents”). Seller makes the following disclosures:
SELLER’S DISCLOSURES. The Seller’s Warranties are subject to, and the Seller shall not be liable for breach of any of the Seller’s Warranties in relation to, any matter which is fairly disclosed in this Agreement (including, for the avoidance of doubt, the Disclosure Letter) or fairly disclosed in the Due Diligence Information except for any disclosures against the Seller’s Warranties in paragraphs 3 (Accounts) and 11 (Tax) of Schedule 16 in respect of which valid disclosures can only be made in the Disclosure Letter. Fair disclosure in the meaning of the preceding sentence shall mean that the respective breach of the relevant Seller’s Warranty would have been appreciated and understood by a reasonable business person upon due consideration and without recourse to, and independent review of, any other source of information.