Title and Management of REO Properties and REO Accounts Sample Clauses

Title and Management of REO Properties and REO Accounts. (a) If title to any Mortgaged Property (other than with respect to a Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan) is acquired for the benefit of Certificateholders (and, in the case of the Serviced Whole Loans, the related Serviced Companion Loan Noteholders) 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 the Trust where permitted by applicable law or regulation and consistent with customary servicing procedures, and otherwise in the name of the Trustee, or its nominee (which shall not include the Master Servicer), or a separate Trustee or co-Trustee, on behalf of the Trust Fund (and, in the case of the Serviced Whole Loans, the related Serviced Companion Loan Noteholders). The Special Servicer, on behalf of the Trust Fund (and, in the case of the Serviced Whole Loans, the related Serviced Companion Loan Noteholders), shall dispose of any Serviced REO Property prior to the close of the third calendar year following the year in which the Trust Fund acquires ownership of such Serviced REO Property for purposes of Section 860G(a)(8) of the Code, unless (i) the Special Servicer on behalf of the Lower-Tier REMIC has applied for an extension of such period pursuant to Sections 856(e)(3) and 860G(a)(8)(A) of the Code, in which case the Special Servicer shall sell such Serviced REO Property within the applicable extension period or if the Special Servicer has applied for extension as provided in this clause (i) but such request has not yet been granted or denied, the additional time specified in such request, or (ii) the Special Servicer seeks and subsequently receives an Opinion of Counsel (which opinion shall be an expense of the Trust Fund and, in the case of a Serviced Whole Loan, such expenses shall be allocated in accordance with the allocation provisions set forth in the related Intercreditor Agreement), addressed to the Special Servicer, the Certificate Administrator and the Trustee, to the effect that the holding by the Trust Fund of such Serviced REO Property for an additional specified period will not cause such Serviced REO Property to fail to qualify as “foreclosure property” within the meaning of Section 860G(a)(8) of the Code (determined without regard to the exception applicable for purposes of Section 860D(a) of the Code) at any time that any Certificate is outstanding, in which event such period shall be extended by such additional specified period su...
Title and Management of REO Properties and REO Accounts. (a) In the event that title to any Mortgaged Property is acquired on behalf of the Relevant Parties in Interest in foreclosure, by deed in lieu of foreclosure or upon abandonment or reclamation from bankruptcy, the deed or certificate of sale shall be taken (x) in the name of a U.S. corporation (or a limited liability company treated as a corporation for U.S. federal income tax purposes) wholly owned by the Issuer or (y) in such manner as is required pursuant to the terms of any related Participation Agreement. The Special Servicer, on behalf of the Relevant Parties in Interest, shall dispose of any REO Property as soon after acquiring it as is practicable and feasible in a manner consistent with the Servicing Standard and as so advised by TRTX in accordance with the REIT Provisions. The Special Servicer shall manage, conserve, protect and operate each REO Property for the Relevant Parties in Interest solely for the purpose of its prompt disposition and sale.
Title and Management of REO Properties and REO Accounts. In this Section 3.15, the termMortgage Loan”, unless otherwise indicated, shall not include the Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan.
Title and Management of REO Properties and REO Accounts. (a) If title to any Underlying Mortgage Property or other Collateral is acquired on behalf of the Issuer for the benefit of the Secured Parties 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 the Issuer, or its nominee (which shall not include the Servicer or the Special Servicer). The Special Servicer, on behalf of the Issuer, shall dispose of any REO Property or REO Other Collateral held by the Issuer as soon after acquiring it as is practicable and feasible in a manner consistent with Accepted Servicing Practices. The Special Servicer shall manage, conserve, protect and operate each REO Property and REO Other Collateral for the Secured Parties solely for the purpose of its prompt disposition and sale.

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Management of REO Property (a) If title to any REO Property is acquired, the Special Servicer shall manage, conserve, protect, operate and lease such REO Property (other than any Non-Serviced Mortgaged Property) for the benefit of the Certificateholders and the related Companion Holders and the Trustee (as holder of the Lower-Tier Regular Interests) solely for the purpose of its timely disposition and sale in a manner that does not cause such REO Property to fail to qualify as “foreclosure property” within the meaning of Section 860G(a)(8) of the Code or result in the receipt by the Trust or any Serviced Companion Noteholder of any “income from non-permitted assets” within the meaning of Section 860F(a)(2)(B) of the Code or result in an Adverse REMIC Event. Subject to the foregoing, however, the Special Servicer shall have full power and authority to do any and all things in connection therewith as are in the best interests of and for the benefit of the Certificateholders (and, in the case of each Serviced Whole Loan, the related Companion Holder(s)) and the Trustee (as holder of the Lower-Tier Regular Interests) all as a collective whole (taking into account the subordinate or pari passu nature of any Companion Loan, as the case may be) (as determined by the Special Servicer in its reasonable judgment in accordance with the Servicing Standard). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, REO Property with respect to a Non-Serviced Mortgage Loan is excluded for all purposes of this Section 3.15. Subject to this Section 3.15, the Special Servicer may allow the Trust or any commercial mortgage securitization that holds any Serviced Companion Loan to earn “net income from foreclosure property” within the meaning of Section 860G(d) of the Code if it determines that earning such income is in the best interests of Certificateholders and, if applicable, any related Companion Holder(s) on a net after-tax basis as compared with net leasing such REO Property or operating such REO Property on a different basis. In connection therewith, the Special Servicer shall deposit or cause to be deposited on a daily basis (and in no event later than two (2) Business Days following receipt of such properly identified funds) in the applicable REO Account all revenues received by it with respect to each REO Property and the related REO Loan, and shall withdraw from the REO Account, to the extent of amounts on deposit therein with respect to such REO Property, funds necessary for the proper operation, management, leasing and maintenance of such REO Property, including, without limitation:
Additional Obligations of Master Servicer and Special Servicer (a) The Master Servicer shall deliver all Compensating Interest Payments (other than the portion of any Compensating Interest Payment allocated to a Serviced Pari Passu Companion Loan) to the Certificate Administrator for deposit in the Lower-Tier REMIC Distribution Account on each P&I Advance Date, without any right of reimbursement therefor. The Master Servicer shall deliver the portion of any Compensating Interest Payment allocated to a Serviced Pari Passu Companion Loan to the Companion Paying Agent for deposit in the Companion Distribution Account on each P&I Advance Date, without any right of reimbursement therefor.