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Tennessee. The following Tennessee provision is not intended to, and does not, limit the express choice of New York law set forth in Section 9.3 of this Agreement and as set forth in the other Loan Documents, and are set forth herein, if and to the extent that, notwithstanding the choice of law provisions contained in this Agreement and the other Loan Documents, Tennessee law is held to govern any Mortgage encumbering a Property located in Tennessee or any other Loan Document:
Tennessee. (u) In addition to the general suitability requirements described above, my/our maximum investment in Common Shares and Lightstone Value Plus REIT III’s affiliates shall not exceed 10% of my/our net worth. Owner Co-Owner Because the minimum offering of our Common Shares is less than $150.0 million, Pennsylvania and New York investors are cautioned to carefully evaluate our ability to fully accomplish our stated objectives. Owner Signature: Date: Co-Owner Signature: Date: Signature of Custodian(s) or Trustee(s) (if applicable). Current Custodian must sign if investment is for an IRA account Authorized Signature (Custodian or Trustee) Date: WE INTEND TO ASSERT THE FOREGOING REPRESENTATIONS AS A DEFENSE IN ANY SUBSEQUENT LITIGATION WHERE SUCH ASSERTION WOULD BE RELEVANT. WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT THIS SUBSCRIPTION IN WHOLE OR IN PART, SO LONG AS SUCH PARTIAL ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION DOES NOT RESULT IN AN INVESTMENT OF LESS THAN THE MINIMUM AMOUNT SPECIFIED IN THE PROSECTUS. AS USED ABOVE, THE SINGULAR INCLUDES THE PLURAL IN ALL RESPECTS IF COMMON SHARES ARE BEING ACQUIRED BY MORE THAN ONE PERSON. AS USED IN THIS SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT, “LIGHTSTONE” REFERS TO LIGHTSTONE VALUE PLUS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUST III, INC. AND ITS AFFILIATES. THIS SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT AND ALL RIGHTS HEREUNDER SHALL BE GOVERNED BY, AND INTERPRETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH, THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. By executing this Subscription Agreement, the subscriber is not waiving any rights under federal or state law.
Tennessee. To the extent the Mortgaged Property is situated in the State of Tennessee, the following provisions shall apply in addition to all other rights and remedies hereunder: Upon the occurrence of an Event of Default and at the request of Beneficiary, Trustee, or his successor or substitute, after publishing notice of the time and place of sale at least three (3) different times in some newspaper published in a county in which the Mortgaged Property is located, the first of which publications shall be at least twenty (20) days prior to said sale, shall proceed to sell the Mortgaged Property, at public auction for cash. Any sale made by Trustee hereunder may be as an entirety or in such parcels as Beneficiary may request. To the extent permitted by applicable Laws, any sale may be adjourned by announcement at the time and place appointed for such sale without further notice except as may be required by applicable Laws. The sale by Trustee of less than the whole of the Mortgaged Property shall not exhaust the power of sale herein granted, and Trustee is specifically empowered to make successive sale or sales under such power until the whole of the Mortgaged Property shall be sold; and, if the proceeds of such sale of less than the whole of the Mortgaged Property shall be less than the aggregate of the indebtedness secured hereby and the expense of executing this trust as provided herein, this Deed of Trust and the lien hereof shall remain in full force and effect as to the unsold portion of the Mortgaged Property just as though no sale had been made; provided, however, that Grantor shall never have any right to require the sale of less than the whole of the Mortgaged Property but Beneficiary shall have the right, at its sole election, to request Trustee to sell less than the whole of the Mortgaged Property. Trustee may, after any request or direction by Beneficiary, sell not only the real property but also the Personalty and other interests which are a part of the Mortgaged Property, or any part thereof, as a unit and as a part of a single sale, or may sell any part of the Mortgaged Property separately from the remainder of the Mortgaged Property. It shall not be necessary for Trustee to have taken possession of any part of the Mortgaged Property or to have present or to exhibit at any sale any of the Personalty. If the Mortgaged Property is located in two or more counties, it may all be sold in one of the counties if Trustee so elects. Otherwise, the sale shall ...
Tennessee. Unless otherwise defined herein, terms used in Articles 8 and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code in the State of Tennessee are used herein as therein defined.
Tennessee. Licensee appoints Client as its agent with authority to sell payment instruments or transmit money on behalf of the licensee in compliance with state and federal law, including the Tennessee Money Transmission Act of 1994 (Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 45-7-201, et seq.). • Neither a licensee nor an authorized agent may authorize sub-agents without the written consent of the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions. • Licensees are subject to supervision and regulation by the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions. • Authorized agent consents to the Commissioner’s inspection, with or without prior written notice to licensee or agent, of the books and records of agent. • Authorized agent is under a duty to act only as authorized under the contract with licensee, and if agent exceeds its authority; it is subject to cancellation of its contract by licensee and disciplinary action by the Commissioner.
Tennessee. In 2006 Tennessee centralized Child Welfare services in the state in an effort to shift practice and ensure more consistency in the delivery of services. Several initiatives were attempted by lead- ership, with success in some areas and others noting the continued lack of consistency of service provision. Tennessee leadership determined that a reform plan was needed that built on the suc- cesses to date. The Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) was engaged to assist in devel- oping a three- year reform plan that would act as the foundation for planning and implementation of significant practice changes (TDCs, 2003, pg.6). At this time the state went through a systems review with recommendations made including the completion of a needs assessment. The findings of the assessment highlighted the need for a clear model of practice to guide staff in their relationships with families and community partners and to clarify agency expectations for case management. The state contracted with M&B Con- sulting to work with the staff, and appointed an oversight committee as well as community stakeholders to oversee the development of the practice model. The review outlined an aggres- sive timeline for the state to complete the practice model. As a first step the consultants, over- sight committee and state executive leadership strategized how to include stakeholder input with- in the timelines required. Once executive leadership approved the format to develop the practice model three community stakeholder advisory groups were developed.The groups were invited by the state Commissioner and included stakeholders such as field ser- vice workers; private provider caseworkers, managers and administrators, legislators; birth/legal, resource and adoptive parents; youth in foster care and the juvenile justice system; young adults who spent their youth in foster care; DCS attorneys; guardians ad litem; parent attorney; public interest attorneys; and health professionals (TDCS, 2003, pp.7-8).The consultants met with staff to develop the initial drafts of the practice model, which was re- viewed by the internal governance teams and then reviewed with the community stakeholder groups for their feedback. The working draft was presented to the Tennessee leadership team, the oversight committee and the system reform leads. All feedback was integrated that was con- sistent with the guiding principles. Tennessee executive management completed the final edits and approved the practice ...
Tennessee. Painting - Bedford, Benton, Cannon, Carroll, Cheatham, Chester, Clay, Coffee, Crockett, Davidson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Hardeman, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lewis, McNairy, Macon, Madison, Maury, Montgomery, Obion, Overton, Putnam, Perry, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Weakley, Williamson, and Wilson. Drywall - Bedford, Benton, Cannon, Carroll, Cheatham, Chester, Clay, Coffee, Crockett, Davidson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Hardeman, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lewis, McNairy, Macon, Madison, Maury, Montgomery, Obion, Overton, Putnam, Perry, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Warren, Weakley, Williamson, and Wilson. Illinois Painting - Edwards, Massac, Wabash, and White. Drywall - Edwards, Massac, Wabash, and White.