Title Commitment and Survey 3.1. Attached hereto as Exhibit D is a copy of a title commitment for an owner's standard title insurance policy issued by Chicago Title Insurance Company (hereinafter referred to as "Title Insurer") dated September 9, 1996 for the Property (the "Title Commitment"). For purposes of this Agreement, "
Title Commitment A title commitment (“Title Commitment”) from a title company selected by the Seller to the Buyer’s approval (“Title Company”), together with a copy of each instrument, agreement or document listed as an exception to title in such Title Commitment;
Title Policy With respect to each parcel of Mortgaged Property, an ALTA standard form title insurance policy (or, if such form is not available, an equivalent, legally promulgated form of mortgagee title insurance policy reasonably acceptable to the Agent) issued by a Title Insurance Company (with such reinsurance as the Agent may reasonably require, any such reinsurance to be with direct access endorsements to the extent available under applicable law) in an amount as the Agent may reasonably require based upon the fair market value of the applicable Mortgaged Property insuring the priority of the Mortgage thereon and that the Borrower or a Subsidiary Guarantor, as applicable, holds marketable or indefeasible (with respect to Texas) fee simple title or a valid and subsisting leasehold interest to such parcel, subject only to the encumbrances acceptable to Agent in its reasonable discretion and which shall not contain standard exceptions for mechanics liens, persons in occupancy (other than tenants as tenants only under Leases) or matters which would be shown by a survey, shall not insure over any matter except to the extent that any such affirmative insurance is acceptable to the Agent in its reasonable discretion, and shall contain (a) a revolving credit endorsement and (b) such other endorsements and affirmative insurance as the Agent may reasonably require and is available in the State in which the Mortgaged Property is located, including but not limited to (i) a comprehensive endorsement, (ii) a variable rate of interest endorsement, (iii) a usury endorsement, (iv) a doing business endorsement, (v) an ALTA form 3.1 zoning endorsement, (vi) a “tie-in” endorsement relating to all Title Policies issued by such Title Insurance Company in respect of other Mortgaged Property, (vii) “first loss” and “last dollar” endorsements, and (viii) a utility location endorsement.
Title Policies On or before the Closing Date, Lender shall have received and approved pro forma Title Policies for the Mortgages, and as of the Closing, each Title Company shall be irrevocably committed and prepared immediately to issue the Title Policies or binding commitments. The Title Policies shall be in form and substance satisfactory to Lender. Without limitation, each Title Policy shall be issued on an ALTA form acceptable to Lender by each Title Company or if an ALTA form is not available in the applicable jurisdiction, another form acceptable to Lender, together with such reinsurance and direct access agreements as Lender may require, insuring that the Mortgages are valid first and prior enforceable liens on each Borrower's fee simple interest or ground leasehold interest, as the case may be, in the applicable Property (including any easements appurtenant thereto) subject only to such exceptions to coverage as are acceptable to Lender, including the Permitted Exceptions. Each Title Policy shall contain such endorsements as Lender may require (to the extent available in the state where the Properties is located) in form acceptable to Lender, including deletion of the creditors' rights exception and affirmative endorsement coverage for creditors' rights risks.
Title Information (a) On or before the delivery to the Administrative Agent and the Lenders of each Reserve Report required by Section 8.12(a), the Borrower will deliver title information in form and substance acceptable to the Administrative Agent covering enough of the Oil and Gas Properties evaluated by such Reserve Report that were not included in the immediately preceding Reserve Report, so that the Administrative Agent shall have received together with title information previously delivered to the Administrative Agent, satisfactory title information on at least 80% of the total value of the Oil and Gas Properties evaluated by such Reserve Report.
Title Insurance and Surveys Seller shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to assist Buyer and the Sale Leaseback Purchaser in obtaining the Title Policies in form and substance as set forth in Section 2.08(d) of this Agreement, including, without limitation, removing from title any liens or encumbrances which are not Permitted Liens. Seller shall provide the Title Company with any affidavit, indemnity or other assurances reasonable and customarily requested by the Title Company to issue the Title Policies.
Title Commitments Seller shall convey good and marketable title to the Property to Purchaser at Closing, subject only to the “Permitted Encumbrances” (defined below). Purchaser has ordered a title commitment for each of the self storage facilities comprising the Property (collectively, the “Title Commitments”) for an ALTA Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance for each such self storage facility (collectively, the “Title Policies”), issued by the Title Company, insuring good and marketable fee simple title to the Property, together with copies of all exceptions listed therein. Purchaser shall have fifteen (15) business days following its receipt of the Title Commitments, legible copies of all exceptions listed therein and the “Surveys” (as defined in Section 4.1.3), but in no event later than the last day of the Approval Period, to deliver to Seller a written notice of Purchaser’s objections to title for each parcel described in Section 1.1(a) (the “Parcel”) comprising a portion of the Property (individually, a “Title Objection Letter”). Seller shall have the right, but not the obligation, to cure Purchaser’s objections to title; subject, however, to Seller’s obligation to remove all “Monetary Liens” (as defined below in this Section 4.1.2) by Closing. Seller shall notify Purchaser in writing within five (5) business days following Seller’s receipt of a Title Objection Letter concerning which title objections, if any, Seller has agreed to cure. In the event that Seller does not undertake to cure all of the objections in each such Title Objection Letter to Purchaser’s sole satisfaction (or does not timely respond to any such Title Objection Letter), then each self storage facility comprising the Property with respect to which Seller has not agreed to cure all of Purchaser’s title objections shall be herein referred to as a “Title Objection Property”. Purchaser shall have the right for ten (10) business days after receipt of Seller’s response to each Title Objection Letter relating to a Title Objection Property (or five (5) business days following the expiration of the period within which Seller was to so respond) to either (i) waive any such title objection in writing (in which event such waived title objection shall be deemed to be a Permitted Encumbrance (as defined below in this Section 4.1.2), or (ii) terminate this Agreement upon written notice to Seller (“Purchaser’s Title Notice”) with respect to such Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be), whereupon (a) the parties shall proceed to Closing with respect to the remainder of the Property, with the Purchase Price being reduced by the portion of the Purchase Price allocable to such Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be) with respect to which this Agreement is being terminated, as set forth on Schedule “C” attached hereto, and (b) neither party shall have any further right or obligation hereunder with respect to such Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be) with respect to which this Agreement is being terminated, other than the Surviving Obligations relating thereto. All exceptions set forth in Schedule B of the Title Commitments which are not objected to by Purchaser (including matters initially objected to by Purchaser which objections are subsequently waived in writing) are herein collectively called the “Permitted Encumbrances”. In the event that any update to any of the Title Commitments indicates the existence of any liens, encumbrances or other defects or exceptions (the “Unacceptable Encumbrances”) which are not shown in the initial Title Commitments and that are unacceptable to Purchaser, Purchaser shall within ten (10) business days after receipt of any such update to such Title Commitment notify Seller in writing of its objection to any such Unacceptable Encumbrance (the “Unacceptable Encumbrance Notice”). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, Seller shall have no obligation to take any steps or bring any action or proceeding or otherwise to incur any expense whatsoever to eliminate or modify any of the Unacceptable Encumbrances; provided, however, that Seller shall, prior to Closing, eliminate by paying, bonding around or otherwise discharging in a manner satisfactory to Purchaser (i) any Unacceptable Encumbrances that arise by, through or under Seller, and (ii) any mortgages, deeds of trust, deeds to secure debt, mechanics’ liens or monetary judgments that appear on any of the Title Commitments (collectively, “Monetary Liens”). In the event Seller is unable, unwilling or for any reason fails to eliminate or modify all of the Unacceptable Encumbrances to the sole satisfaction of Purchaser (other than the Unacceptable Encumbrances and Monetary Liens required to be removed by Seller in accordance with the preceding sentence), Purchaser may terminate this Agreement as to the Title Objection Property in question by delivering notice thereof in writing to Seller by the earliest to occur of (i) the applicable Closing Date, (ii) ten (10) business days after Seller’s written notice to Purchaser of Seller’s intent to not cure one or more of such Unacceptable Encumbrances, or (iii) ten (10) business days after the Unacceptable Encumbrance Notice, in the event Seller does not timely respond thereto. Upon a termination of this Agreement with respect to a Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be) pursuant to the immediately preceding sentence, (y) the parties shall proceed to Closing with respect to the remainder of the Property, with the Purchase Price being reduced by the portion of the Purchase Price allocable to the applicable Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be) with respect to which this Agreement is being terminated, as set forth on Schedule “C” attached hereto, and (z) neither party shall have any further right or obligation hereunder with respect to the applicable Title Objection Property (or Title Objection Properties, as the case may be) with respect to which this Agreement is being terminated, other than the Surviving Obligations relating thereto. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Purchaser elects to terminate this Agreement as to a Title Objection Property, Seller shall have the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to terminate this Agreement with respect to all of the other Properties (which, together with the Title Objection Property, shall be collectively referred to as the “Title Portfolio Properties”) owned by the entity comprising Seller which also owns the Title Objection Property, upon written notice delivered by Seller to Purchaser within two (2) business days of Seller’s receipt of Purchaser’s Title Notice (herein referred to as “Seller’s Title Notice”), whereupon the Purchase Price shall be adjusted in accordance with Schedule “C” hereto, and the parties shall have no further obligations hereunder as concerns any such Title Portfolio Properties, except that for a period of one year following Seller’s Notice, if Seller elects to sell one or more of the Title Portfolio Properties, Seller must first offer, by written notice to Purchaser (the “Title Offer Notice”), to sell such property or properties to Purchaser, which sale shall be (i) upon the same terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement for a period of six (6) months following Seller’s Title Notice, and (ii) upon such terms and conditions as Seller hereafter elects to market such properties for the second six (6) month period following Seller’s Title Notice (herein referred to as the “Title Right of First Offer”). Purchaser shall have a period of thirty (30) days after receipt of the Title Offer Notice within which to accept Seller’s offer to sell such property or properties by delivering written notice of such acceptance to Seller. If Purchaser does not elect to accept Seller’s offer to purchase such property or properties offered to Purchaser by Seller then the Title Right of First Offer shall expire as to the property or properties offered; provided that the property or properties offered are sold at the price or a higher price stated in the Title Offer Notice. Upon the purchase of any Title Portfolio Properties, the Purchaser shall pay Seller the applicable incremental percentage of the Transition Fee. The terms of this Section 4.1.2 shall survive Closing.
Title Insurance The Mortgage Loan is covered by an ALTA lender's title insurance policy, or with respect to any Mortgage Loan for which the related Mortgaged Property is located in California a CLTA lender's title insurance policy, or other generally acceptable form of policy or insurance acceptable to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and each such title insurance policy is issuex xx x xxxle ixxxxxx acceptable to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac and qualified to do business in the jurisdictxxx xxere the Xxxxxxxed Property is located, insuring the Seller, its successors and assigns, as to the first priority lien of the Mortgage in the original principal amount of the Mortgage Loan (or to the extent a Mortgage Note provides for negative amortization, the maximum amount of negative amortization in accordance with the Mortgage), subject only to the exceptions contained in clauses (i) and (ii) of paragraph (j) of this Subsection 9.02, and in the case of Adjustable Rate Mortgage Loans, against any loss by reason of the invalidity or unenforceability of the lien resulting from the provisions of the Mortgage providing for adjustment to the Mortgage Interest Rate and Monthly Payment. Where required by state law or regulation, the Mortgagor has been given the opportunity to choose the carrier of the required mortgage title insurance. Additionally, such lender's title insurance policy affirmatively insures ingress and egress, and against encroachments by or upon the Mortgaged Property or any interest therein. The Seller, its successor and assigns, are the sole insureds of such lender's title insurance policy, and such lender's title insurance policy is valid and remains in full force and effect and will be in force and effect upon the consummation of the purchase of the Mortgage Loan as contemplated by this Agreement. No claims have been made under such lender's title insurance policy, and no prior holder of the related Mortgage, including the Seller, has done, by act or omission, anything which would impair the coverage of such lender's title insurance policy, including without limitation, no unlawful fee, commission, kickback or other unlawful compensation or value of any kind has been or will be received, retained or realized by any attorney, firm or other person or entity, and no such unlawful items have been received, retained or realized by the Seller;
Title Insurance and Survey (a) Within five (5) days after the execution of this Agreement, Buyer, at its expense, shall order commitments for owner's policies of title insurance (the "Title Commitments") issued by First American Title Insurance Company - Washington, D.C. National Business Office ("Title Insurer") covering each parcel of Real Property, in which the Title Insurer shall agree to insure, in such amount as Buyer deems adequate, merchantable title to the Real Property in the name of Buyer or its wholly-owned subsidiaries, as the case may be, free from the Schedule B standard printed exceptions and all other exceptions except Permitted Exceptions (as defined below). Such Title Commitments shall have attached thereto complete, legible copies of all instruments noted as exceptions therein. The Title Commitments shall be updated prior to the Closing to reflect the state of the title not more than ten (10) days prior to the Closing. Buyer shall pay any and all costs and expenses related to the title insurance, including all search fees, closing fees and the premium for the policy issued pursuant to the Title Commitments.
Title and Survey (a) The Seller shall order and cause to be delivered to each of the Buyer and the Seller a commitment for the Title Policy from the Title Company, together with all underlying title exception documents. The Buyer shall, at its expense, order and cause to be delivered to each of the Buyer and the Seller, an ALTA survey of the Property. After receipt of the survey and the title commitment, the Buyer shall notify the Seller of any defects in title or survey shown by such commitment and/or ALTA survey that the Buyer is unwilling to accept. Within 5 days after such notification, the Seller shall notify the Buyer whether the Seller is willing to cure such defects; the Seller’s failure to so notify the Buyer shall be deemed to be the Seller’s refusal to cure all such defects (except for any defects consisting of those items in the last sentence of this SECTION 3.2 below expressly required to be cured by the Seller). The Seller may cure any defect by causing the Title Company, at the Seller’s sole cost and expense, to omit such defect as an exception to the Title Policy or to “insure over” such defect to the Buyer’s reasonable satisfaction. If the Seller is willing to cure such defects, the Seller shall act promptly, diligently and use commercially reasonable efforts to cure such defects at its expense. Subject to those items below expressly required to be cured by the Seller, if the Seller is unwilling or unable to cure any other such defects by Closing (or fails to notify Buyer and therefore has elected not to cure such defects), then the Buyer shall elect, within 5 days after written notice thereof from the Seller to the Buyer (or within 5 days after the Seller’s time for giving notice has expired without any notice from the Seller), by giving the Seller written notice that the Buyer either (i) waives such defects and shall proceed to Closing without any abatement in the Purchase Price with respect thereto, or (ii) terminates this Agreement and shall be entitled to receive a full and immediate refund of the Xxxxxxx Money and, upon return of the Xxxxxxx Money, this Agreement shall terminate and the Buyer and the Seller shall have no further rights, liabilities or obligations hereunder (except as expressly survive the termination of this Agreement). In the event that the Buyer does not make such election within the applicable time frame, the Buyer shall be deemed to have elected to waive any such defects pursuant to clause (i) above. Subject to those items below expressly required to be cured by the Seller, all title matters not objected to by the Buyer during the Study Period (or objected to but which the Seller declines, or is deemed to decline, to cure as provided above without the Buyer thereafter electing to terminate this Agreement) shall be deemed “Permitted Title Exceptions.” Notwithstanding the foregoing, if any such defects of title consist of mortgages or deeds of trust, any other monetary liens and/or tax liens (other than liens for taxes not yet due and payable), the Buyer shall be deemed to have notified the Seller that the Buyer is unwilling to accept such defects and the Seller covenants and agrees that at or prior to Closing the Seller shall cure by payment, bonding, or escrow deposit acceptable to the Title Company (and the Escrow Agent is authorized to pay and discharge at Closing from the Seller’s proceeds, if not so cured) and cause to be cancelled and discharged such monetary title defects.