Title and Survey Matters Sample Clauses

Title and Survey Matters. (a) The Sellers have delivered to the Buyer a copy of the most recent Existing Title Policy and a copy of the most recent Existing Survey of the Real Property in their possession. Further and except as identified on Section 5.15(a) of the Disclosure Schedule, the Sellers have delivered to the Buyer or the Buyer has obtained, with respect to each parcel of Owned Real Property and each parcel that is a Critical Leased Property, (i) a commitment (each, a “Title Commitment”) for an ALTA title insurance policy (whether owner’s or leasehold, as applicable) issued by Chicago Title Insurance Company or another nationally recognized title insurance company, (ii) copies of the underlying exceptions reflected on the Title Commitment, and (iii) a Survey.
Title and Survey Matters. The Seller is the sole owner of full legal, equitable and beneficial title to the Property and no consent of or joinder by any other person is required for the Seller to convey the full legal, equitable and beneficial title to and ownership of the Property to the Purchaser in accordance with this Agreement. Except to the extent such obligations may be inconsistent herewith, the Seller shall perform all of its obligations under all documents affecting title to all or any part of the Property and shall not permit or allow to continue any defaults thereunder. The Seller shall not, after the date of this Agreement, subject the Property to any liens, encumbrances, covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements or other title matters or seek any zoning or other land use changes or take any other action which may affect or modify the status of title to or the permitted uses of the Property without the Purchaser's prior express written consent.
Title and Survey Matters. Prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement, Seller has furnished to Buyer a title report or commitment issued by the Escrow Agent (the “Title Commitment”) with respect to the Property (with copies of all instruments listed as exceptions to title) and a copy of Seller’s most recent existing survey of the Property. Buyer agrees to take title to the Property subject to all matters set forth in the Title Commitment and survey. It shall be a condition to Buyer’s obligation to proceed with Closing that between the Effective Date and the date of Closing, no new survey or title matter shall have arisen which materially adversely affects the title to the Property or the use thereof, unless the same is discharged or endorsed over to Buyer’s reasonable satisfaction in Buyer’s title policy at Closing. Buyer shall notify Seller within three (3) business days after Buyer becomes aware of any such new title or survey matter to which Buyer objects, and if Buyer does not notify Seller of any objection within such three (3) business day period, Buyer shall be deemed to have waived any such objection and shall proceed to Closing without any credit or reduction in the Purchase Price as a result of such title or survey matters. Buyer shall not be entitled to object to, and shall be deemed to have approved, any liens, encumbrances or other title (A) over which the Title Company is willing to insure (without additional cost to Buyer or where Seller pays such cost for Buyer), (B) against which the Title Company is willing to provide affirmative insurance (without additional cost to Buyer or where Seller pays such cost for Buyer), (C) which will be extinguished upon the transfer of the Property, or (D) which are the responsibility of any tenant under the Leases to cure, correct or remove.
Title and Survey Matters. (a) Prior to the Effective Date, Purchaser has reviewed existing title work and surveys with respect to the Property, and Purchaser has approved the proforma owner’s policies of title insurance attached hereto as Exhibit B (the “Approved Proformas”). All exceptions and other title matters set forth in the Approved Proformas are referred to herein as “Permitted Encumbrances”; all other exceptions or title matters that are not set forth in the Approved Proformas are referred to herein as “Non-Permitted Encumbrances”. If Seller does not cause all of the Non-Permitted Encumbrances to be removed, cured or insured around on or prior to the Closing Date, then Purchaser may elect to exercise any of the following remedies: (i) partially terminate this Agreement solely with respect to the Individual Site(s) encumbered or affected by the applicable Non-Permitted Encumbrances, if, but only if, such partial termination would not result in a failure of the OZ Qualification Condition (as defined in Section 5(b)(ii) below), in which event Purchaser and Seller shall proceed to Closing with respect to the remainder of the Property (subject to Section 5), except that the Purchase Price will be reduced by the portion thereof that is allocated to the terminated Individual Site(s) as set forth on Schedule 1(a)(i) hereto, (ii) terminate this Agreement in its entirety, in which event neither party shall have any further rights or obligations under this Agreement except for those which expressly survive termination, or (iii) proceed to Closing on the entirety of the Property, in which event the Non-Permitted Encumbrances shall be Permitted Encumbrances.
Title and Survey Matters. 4.1 As soon as practicable after the Closing Date, Seller shall deliver to Purchaser a standard owner's policy of title insurance issued by the Title Insurer/Escrow Agent ("TITLE POLICY"). The Title Policy shall insure marketable title to the Property in the amount of the Purchase Price, free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and exceptions whatsoever, save and except only for those easements, restrictions and other matters of record affecting title to the Property which are Permitted Exceptions (as hereinafter defined).
Title and Survey Matters. In conducting its due diligence prior to the Due Diligence Deadline, Buyer may review the Title Commitment, Survey and all other Seller Disclosures as referenced in Section 8. Seller agrees to cooperate with Buyer in connection with Buyer’s Due Diligence investigation by providing additional information or documentation reasonably requested by Buyer.
Title and Survey Matters. (a) No later than thirty (30) days after acceptance of this Contract by Seller, Seller will deliver to Purchaser, at Seller's sole cost and expense, (i) a title commitment (the "Title Commitment") dated on or after the date hereof issued by the Title Insurer committing to issue to Purchaser an ALTA Form B owner's policy of title insurance with respect to the Project in a nominal amount (which shall be increased to the amount of the Purchase Price, not later than fifteen (15) days prior to Closing) showing fee simple title in Seller (the "Title Policy") and (ii) copies of all documents, whether recorded or unrecorded, referred to in the Title Commitment. The Title Commitment shall show title subject only to (i) the general exceptions contained in the policy with an extended coverage endorsement over general exceptions 1 through 5, (ii) the title exceptions set forth in Exhibit "B" attached hereto and made a part hereof (the "Permitted Exceptions"), and (iii) title exceptions pertaining to liens or encumbrances of a definite or ascertainable amount which may be removed by the payment of money at Closing and which Seller may so remove at that time by using funds to be paid upon delivery of the deed hereunder (the "Abatement Exceptions"). The Title Commitment shall also include a Restrictions Endorsement 1, a Location Endorsement and a 3.1
Title and Survey Matters. Within fifteen (15) Business Days following the Effective Date, Sellers shall cause Escrow Agent (in its capacity as title company issuing the title policy described below, (“Title Company”)) to furnish to Buyer and Sellers title commitments (the “Title Commitments”) with respect to the Property together with copies of all instruments listed as exceptions to title. Within ten (10) Business Days following Buyer’s receipt of the Title Commitments, Buyer shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause a duly licensed Oklahoma surveyor to furnish to Buyer and Sxxxxxx XXXX/NSPS land title surveys of the Real Property (the “Surveys”). Buyer will have until the expiration of the Inspection Period to give written notice to Sellers specifying Buyer’s objections to the Title Commitment, title exceptions listed therein, and the Surveys (collectively, “Title Objections”), if any. If Buyer timely notifies Sellers in writing of the Title Objections, Sellers shall have five (5) business days after receipt of such notice (the “Title Cure Period”) to elect (but shall have no obligation whatsoever) to cure any Title Objection, and if so elected, shall either (a) satisfy the Title Objections at Sellers’ sole cost and expense and cause the Title Company to revise the Title Commitment to reflect such satisfaction, or (b) provide Buyer and the Title Company with satisfactory evidence that Sellers can and will cure such Title Objections prior to or at Closing; provided, however, Sellers shall be obligated to remove, pay and/or satisfy prior to or at Closing any monetary liens against the Property created or incurred by or through Sellers (each, a “Monetary Lien”). Failure by Sellers to timely respond in writing to any Title Objections shall be deemed Sellers’ decision not to cure any Title Objections. If Sellers elect not to satisfy any of the Title Objections within the Title Cure Period, Buyer shall have the option, exercisable within five (5) days after the expiration of the Title Cure Period, to either (i) waive the unsatisfied Title Objections, in which event the unsatisfied Title Objections will become Permitted Exceptions (hereinafter defined), or (ii) terminate this Agreement in which event the Deposit shall automatically be refunded and returned forthwith to Buyer and, except as expressly set forth herein, neither party shall have any further liability or obligation to the other hereunder. If Buyer fails to notify Sellers in writing within five (5) days after the exp...
Title and Survey Matters. During the Due Diligence Period, Buyer shall conduct a review of title and survey to determine the Property’s suitability for Buyer’s use.
Title and Survey Matters. The Lender shall have received a paid policy of title insurance (American Land Title Association Standard Form "B" Loan Policy - Current Edition) or a valid and enforceable commitment to issue the same from a company satisfactory to the Lender in the amount of the Loan and which may be endorsed or assigned to the successors and assigns of the Lender without additional cost, insuring the lien of the Deed of Trust to be a valid first lien on the Property, free and clear of all defects, exceptions and encumbrances except Permitted Liens. The Lender shall also have received and approved a copy of a current as-built survey of the Property certified to the Lender and to the title insurance company and any recorded subdivision plat of the Property.