Survey Sample Clauses

Survey. Buyer may obtain a survey of the Property before the Closing to assure that there are no defects, encroachments, overlaps, boundary line or acreage disputes, or other such matters, that would be disclosed by a survey ("Survey Problems"). The cost of the survey shall be paid by the Buyer. Not later than business days prior to the Closing, Buyer shall notify Seller of any Survey Problems which shall be deemed to be a defect in the title to the Property. Seller shall be required to remedy such defects within business days and prior to the Closing. If Seller does not or cannot remedy any such defect(s), Buyer shall have the option of canceling this Agreement, in which case the Earnest Money shall be returned to Buyer.
Survey. Seller has delivered to Buyer true, correct and complete copies of the most recent surveys of the Real Property. In the event that an update of the survey or a new survey (such updated or new surveys being referred to as the “Survey”) are desired by Buyer, then Buyer shall be responsible for all costs related thereto.
Survey. The Parties agree that: (check one) ☐ - Seller’s Recorded Surveys are Satisfactory. The Parties agree that the survey provided in accordance with Section VII from the Seller’s records shall be adequate to fulfill the survey obligations of the Buyer. If a survey is not provided by the Seller, a new survey shall be requested and provided to the Buyer at the expense of the Seller.
Survey. Lender shall have received a current Survey for each Individual Property, certified to the title company and Lender and their successors and assigns, in form and content reasonably satisfactory to Lender and prepared by a professional and properly licensed land surveyor satisfactory to Lender in accordance with the Accuracy Standards for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys as adopted by ALTA, American Congress on Surveying & Mapping and National Society of Professional Surveyors in 2005. Each such Survey shall reflect the same legal description contained in the Title Insurance Policies relating to such Individual Property and shall include, among other things, a metes and bounds description (or other description reasonably satisfactory to Lender) of the real property comprising part of such Individual Property reasonably satisfactory to Lender. The surveyor’s seal shall be affixed to each Survey and the surveyor shall provide a certification for each Survey in form and substance reasonably acceptable to Lender.
Survey. Lender shall have received a current title Survey for each Individual Property, certified to the title company and Lender and their successors and assigns, in form and content satisfactory to Lender and prepared by a professional and properly licensed land surveyor satisfactory to Lender in accordance with the 1999 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys. The Surveys shall show the following additional items from the list of "Optional Survey Responsibilities and Specifications" (Table A) should be added to each survey: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7(a), 7(b)(1), 8, 9, 10, 11(a) (as to utilities, surface matters only) and 13. Each such Survey shall reflect the same legal description contained in the Title Insurance Policy relating to such Individual Property referred to in clause (ii) above and shall include, among other things, a metes and bounds description of the real property comprising part of such Individual Property reasonably satisfactory to Lender. The surveyor's seal shall be affixed to each Survey and the surveyor shall provide a certification for each Survey in accordance with the 1999 Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys in form and substance acceptable to Lender.
Survey. An instrument survey of each parcel of Mortgaged Property prepared by a registered land surveyor which shall show the location of all buildings, structures, easements and utility lines on such property, shall be sufficient to remove the standard survey exception from the Title Policy, shall show that all buildings and structures are within the lot lines of the Mortgaged Property and shall not show any encroachments by others (or to the extent any encroachments are shown, such encroachments shall be acceptable to the Agent in its reasonable discretion), shall show rights of way, adjoining sites, establish building lines and street lines, the distance to and names of the nearest intersecting streets and such other details as the Agent may reasonably require; and shall show whether or not the Mortgaged Property is located in a flood hazard district as established by the Federal Emergency Management Agency or any successor agency or is located in any flood plain, flood hazard or wetland protection district established under federal, state or local law and shall otherwise be in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Agent.
Survey. Within fifteen (15) days from the Effective Date, if requested by Buyer, Seller shall deliver to Buyer an ALTA/ACSM survey or a boundary survey, as reasonably required by Buyer, of the Land and the Improvements, prepared by a surveyor licensed to practice as such in the State, bearing a date not earlier than sixty (60) days from the date of its delivery and certified to both Buyer, Seller and the Title Company (and any lender or other party designated by Buyer), showing the legal description of the Land, all dimensions thereof, and showing the location of Improvements on the Land and the setbacks thereof from the property line, as well as the setbacks required by applicable zoning laws or regulations (the "Survey"). The Survey shall locate all easements which serve and affect the Land. The Survey shall reflect that no buildings or improvements located on any other property encroach upon the Land and that the Improvements located upon the Land do not encroach upon any other property. The surveyor preparing the Survey shall certify that (i) the Survey is an accurate Survey of the Land and the Improvements, (ii) that the Survey was made under the surveyor's supervision, (iii) that the Survey meets (a) the requirements of the Title Company for the issuance of the Owner's Title Policy free of any general survey exception, and (b) the minimum technical standards for land boundary surveys with improvements, set forth by applicable statutes or applicable professional organizations, and (iv) all buildings and other structures and their relation to the property lines are shown and that there are no encroachments, overlaps, boundary line disputes, easements, or claims of easements visible on the ground, other than those shown on the Survey. If Buyer has any objection to Survey matters, the same shall be treated for all purposes as Title Objections within the provisions of this Agreement.