Title Insurance and Surveys Sellers will cause Target to use its best efforts to assist Buyer in obtaining the Title Commitments, Title Policies and Surveys in form and substance as set forth in §7 of this Agreement, within the time periods set forth therein, including removing from title any Liens or encumbrances that are not Permitted Encumbrances. Sellers shall provide the Title Company with any affidavits, indemnities, memoranda or other assurances requested by the Title Company to issue the Title Policies.
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 Policy and Survey A. TITLE POLICY: Seller shall furnish to Buyer at Seller’s Buyer’s expense an owner policy of title insurance (Title Policy) issued by (Title Company) in the amount of the Sales Price, dated at or after closing, insuring Buyer against loss under the provisions of the Title Policy, subject to the promulgated exclusions (including existing building and zoning ordinances) and the following exceptions:
Title and Survey Promptly upon execution of this Agreement, Purchaser may order at its expense, from the Title Company a preliminary title commitment with respect to the Property (the “Title Commitment”). Purchaser shall direct the Title Company to send a copy of the Title Commitment to Seller. Promptly upon execution of this Agreement, Purchaser may arrange, also at its expense, for the preparation of one or more updates of the Existing Survey (each and together, the “Survey”). Purchaser likewise shall make copies of any such Survey available to Seller prior to Closing. Purchaser shall have until the end of the Inspection Period to give written notice (the “First Title Notice”) to Seller of such objections as Purchaser may have to any exceptions to title disclosed in the Title Commitment or in any Survey or otherwise in Purchaser’s examination of title. From time to time at any time after the First Title Notice and prior to the Closing Date, Purchaser may give written notice of exceptions to title first appearing of record after the effective date of any updated title commitment or matters of survey which would not have been disclosed by an accurate updated examination of title or preparation of an updated ALTA survey prior to date of the initial Title Commitment or the initial Survey. Seller shall have the right, but not the obligation (except as to Monetary Objections), to attempt to remove, satisfy or otherwise cure any exceptions to title to which the Purchaser so objects. Within five (5) Business Days after receipt of Purchaser’s First Title Notice, Seller shall give written notice to Purchaser informing the Purchaser of Seller’s election with respect to such objections. If Seller fails to give written notice of election within such five (5) Business Day period, Seller shall be deemed to have elected not to attempt to cure the objections (other than Monetary Objections). If Seller elects to attempt to cure any objections, Seller shall be entitled to one or more reasonable adjournments of the Closing of up to but not beyond the thirtieth (30th) day following the initial date set for the Closing to attempt such cure, but, except for Monetary Objections, Seller shall not be obligated to expend any sums, commence any suits or take any other action to effect such cure. Except as to Monetary Objections, if Seller elects, or is deemed to have elected, not to cure any exceptions to title to which Purchaser has objected or if, after electing to attempt to cure, Seller determines that it is unwilling or unable to remove, satisfy or otherwise cure any such exceptions, Purchaser’s sole remedy hereunder in such event shall be either (i) to accept title to the Property subject to such exceptions as if Purchaser had not objected thereto and without reduction of the Purchase Price, (ii) if such exceptions are matters first appearing of record after the date of this Agreement, and arise by, through or under Seller, to terminate this Agreement, or (iii) to terminate this Agreement within three (3) Business Days after receipt of written notice from Seller either of Seller’s election not to attempt to cure any objection or of Seller’s determination, having previously elected to attempt to cure, that Seller is unable or unwilling to do so, or three (3) Business Days after Seller is deemed hereunder to have elected not to attempt to cure such objections (and upon any such termination under clause (ii) or (iii) above, Escrow Agent shall return the Xxxxxxx Money to Purchaser). Notwithstanding the above, if such exceptions mentioned in clause (ii) above were entered into by Seller after the Effective Date hereof and Purchaser elects to proceed to Closing, Seller shall have the affirmative obligation to cure such exceptions before Closing and Purchaser shall not take subject to them. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere in this Agreement, Seller shall be obligated to cure or satisfy all Monetary Objections at or prior to Closing, and may use the proceeds of the Purchase Price at Closing for such purpose.
Title Matters Seller agrees to share equally with Buyer the closing costs and the cost of a title insurance company's commitment for and policy of title insurance. Buyer shall pay for any lender’s/mortgagee’s/instrument holder’s title insurance coverage. The title insurance company will furnish a copy of the commitment for title insurance and copies of all of the exception documents referred to therein (hereafter collectively referred to as the “Title Commitment”) to Seller, Buyer, Buyer’s lender and the listing/selling broker as promptly as possible. The Title Commitment shall show a merchantable title vested in Seller, subject to easements, restrictions and protective covenants of record, right-of-way’s, setbacks, tenant rights, trees, fences, ordinances and regulations, unmatured and future assessments, restrictions and protective covenants of record, provided no forfeiture provisions as contained therein, encroachments and overlaps, zoning laws, ordinances and regulations, those exceptions which are standard to a policy of title insurance in the State of Kansas or as specified herein, and those matters attaching to the title by reason of Buyer taking title to the real property. Buyer shall have a period of five (5) days following receipt of the Title Commitment (the “Objection Period”) in which to examine the Title Commitment and advise Seller in writing of any objections ("Title Objections") the Buyer may have to Seller's title as shown in the Title Commitment. Seller shall then have a period of five (5) days in which to notify Buyer in writing of those Title Objections it elects to cure. In the event Seller elects to cure less than all of the Title Objections, Buyer shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving Seller written notice thereof within five (5) days of its receipt of Seller's notice, in which case the Xxxxxxx Money shall be returned to Buyer, and thereafter neither party shall have any further obligation hereunder. In the event Buyer does not terminate this Agreement, Seller shall have until Closing ("Cure Period") in which to cure the Title Objections the Seller has elected to cure, which the Buyer Agrees to extend for an additional 45 days in the event Seller has initiated a lawsuit to cure the title objection or objections. Title Objections may also be cured in accordance with applicable current titled standards in the Kansas Title Standards Handbook.
Title and Survey Review (e) Prior to the execution and delivery hereof, Seller has caused the Title Company to furnish or otherwise make available to Purchaser a preliminary title commitment for the Real Property dated with an effective date of June 7, 2016 (the “PTR”) and copies of all underlying title documents described in the PTR. Purchaser shall have until June 14, 2016 (the “Title Notice Date”) to provide written notice (the “Title Notice”) to Seller and Title Company of any matters shown on the PTR and/or the Updated Survey which are not satisfactory to Purchaser. If Seller has not received such written notice from Purchaser by the Title Notice Date, Purchaser shall be deemed to have unconditionally approved the specific exceptions to title expressly provided in the PTR and all matters revealed in the Updated Survey, subject to Seller’s obligations set forth in Section 6.2(c) below and as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement. Except as expressly provided herein, Seller shall have no obligation whatsoever to expend or agree to expend any funds, to undertake or agree to undertake any obligations, or otherwise to cure or agree to cure any title objections. To the extent Purchaser timely delivers a Title Notice, then Seller shall deliver, no later than June 17, 2016, written notice to Purchaser and Title Company identifying which disapproved items, if any, Seller shall be obligated to cure by Closing (by either having the same removed as an exception in the applicable PTR or by otherwise obtaining affirmative insurance over the same as part of the final Title Policy, such affirmative insurance to be acceptable to Purchaser in its sole and absolute discretion) (“Seller’s Response”). If Seller does not deliver Seller’s Response prior to such date, Seller shall be deemed to have elected to not remove or otherwise cure any exceptions disapproved by Purchaser. If Seller elects, or is deemed to have elected, not to remove or otherwise cure an exception disapproved in Purchaser’s Title Notice, Purchaser shall have until the Contingency Date to (i) deliver a written notice terminating this Agreement (“Termination Notice”) to Seller and Title Company terminating this Agreement as set forth in Section 5.4 above, or (ii) waive any such objection to the PTR and the Updated Survey (whereupon such objections shall be deemed Permitted Exceptions for all purposes hereof). If Seller and Title Company have not received Termination Notice from Purchaser by the Contingency Date, such failure to deliver same shall be deemed Purchaser’s waiver of all objections to the PTR and the Updated Surveys that Seller did not agree to cure by Closing, subject to Seller’s obligations set forth in Section 6.2(c) below and as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement.
Title Evidence Seller agrees to share equally with Buyer the closing agent costs and the cost of a title insurance company’s commitment and standard ALTA form owner’s policy (except survey matters) to the Property, showing a marketable title vested in Seller, subject to easements, restrictions, covenants, and other matters of record. Any endorsements shall be paid solely by Buyer. The title evidence shall be presented to prospective Buyer on day of auction. Buyer acknowledges: (a) receipt of the title commitment prior to entering into this agreement; (b) review of the title commitment to the Buyer’s full satisfaction; and (c) waiver of any right to object to any exceptions listed therein. If Seller fails to satisfy all such title requirements imposed on Seller pursuant to title commitment, Buyer may, as its sole remedy and at Buyer’s election, either: (a) cancel this agreement and receive a return of Buyer’s xxxxxxx money and, in that event, this Agreement will be canceled and the parties will have no further obligations to each other; or (b) accept such title as Seller can deliver. Buyer waives any right to seek specific performance or to seek damages from Seller.
Title Objections Seller shall request Escrow Agent to cause to be delivered to Buyer a preliminary title report (the "Preliminary Report") from a title company affiliated with the Escrow Agent (the "Title Company"), showing the status of Seller’s title to the Property, together with complete and legible copies of all documents shown therein as exceptions to title ("Exceptions"). Buyer shall have until the date that is five (5) days after the Title Company delivers the Preliminary Report and Exceptions to Buyer within which to give notice in writing to Seller of any objection to such title or to any liens or encumbrances affecting the Property. Within five (5) days after receipt of such notice from Buyer, Seller shall give Buyer written notice of whether it is willing and able to remove the objected-to Exceptions. Without the need for objection by Buyer, Seller shall, with respect to liens and encumbrances that can be satisfied and released by the payment of money, eliminate such exceptions to title on or before Closing. Within five (5) days after receipt of such notice from Seller (the "Title Contingency Date"), Buyer shall elect whether to: (i) purchase the Property subject to those objected-to Exceptions which Seller is not willing or able to remove; or (ii) terminate this Agreement. If Buyer fails to give Seller notice of Buyer’s election, then such inaction shall be deemed to be Buyer’s election to terminate this Agreement. On or before the Closing Date (defined below), Seller shall remove all Exceptions to which Buyer objects and which Seller agrees, or is deemed to have agreed, Seller is willing and able to remove. All remaining Exceptions set forth in the Preliminary Report and those Exceptions caused by or agreed to by Buyer shall be deemed "Permitted Exceptions."
Title; Real Property (a) Each of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries has valid and indefeasible title to, or valid leasehold interests in, all of its material properties and assets (including Real Property) and good title to, or valid leasehold interests in, all material personal property, in each case that is purported to be owned or leased by it, including those reflected on the most recent financial statements delivered by the Borrower hereunder, and none of such properties and assets is subject to any Lien, except Liens permitted under Section 7.02. The Borrower and its Subsidiaries have received all deeds, assignments, waivers, consents, non-disturbance and recognition or similar agreements, bills of sale and other documents, and have duly effected all recordings, filings and other actions necessary to establish, protect and perfect the Borrower’s and its Subsidiaries’ right, title and interest in and to all such property, other than those that would not reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect.
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, "