Warranty of Title Sample Clauses

Warranty of Title. Borrower has good title to the Property and has the right to mortgage, grant, bargain, sell, pledge, assign, warrant, transfer and convey the same and that Borrower possesses an unencumbered fee simple absolute estate in the Land and the Improvements and that it owns the Property free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and charges whatsoever except for those exceptions shown in the title insurance policy insuring the lien of this Security Instrument (the "Permitted Exceptions"). Borrower shall forever warrant, defend and preserve the title and the validity and priority of the lien of this Security Instrument and shall forever warrant and defend the same to Lender against the claims of all persons whomsoever.
Warranty of Title. Seller warrants that at the time of signing this Agreement, Seller neither knows, nor has reason to know, of the existence of any outstanding title or claim of title hostile to the rights of Seller in the goods.
Warranty of Title. Mortgagor warrants that Mortgagor has a good, marketable and insurable fee simple interest in the Mortgaged Property and has the right to mortgage, give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, convey, confirm, pledge, assign and hypothecate the Mortgaged Property and that Mortgagor possesses a fee simple estate in the Mortgaged Property and that it owns the Mortgaged Property free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and charges whatsoever except for the Permitted Encumbrances. Mortgagor represents and warrants that none of the Permitted Encumbrances will materially and adversely affect (i) Mortgagor’s ability to pay in full in a timely manner its obligations, including, without limitation, the Debt, (ii) the use of the Mortgaged Property for the use currently being made thereof, (iii) the operation of the Mortgaged Property, or (iv) the value of the Mortgaged Property. Mortgagor shall forever warrant, defend and preserve such title and the validity and priority of the lien of this Mortgage and shall forever warrant and defend the same to Mortgagee against the claims of all persons whomsoever.
Warranty of Title. Grantor warrants that Grantor has good, marketable and insurable fee simple title to Land and the Improvements and has good title to the remainder of the Trust Property and has the full power, authority and right to execute, deliver and perform its obligations under this Deed of Trust and to encumber, mortgage, give, grant, bargain, sell, alienate, enfeoff, convey, confirm, warrant, pledge, assign and hypothecate the Trust Property and that Grantor possesses an unencumbered fee estate in the Land and the Improvements and that it owns the Trust Property free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and charges whatsoever except for (x) those exceptions to title which are existing on the date hereof and approved by Beneficiary and (y) those exceptions of title that are permitted under the other terms and conditions of this Deed of Trust (collectively, the "PERMITTED ENCUMBRANCES") and that this Deed of Trust is and will remain a valid and enforceable first lien on and security interest in the Trust Property, subject only to the Permitted Encumbrances. Grantor shall forever warrant, defend and preserve such title and the validity and priority of the lien of this Deed of Trust and shall forever warrant and defend the same to Beneficiary against the claims of all persons whomsoever.
Warranty of Title. By submitting an Application for Payment, the Design-Builder warrants to the Department that title to all Work for which payment is sought will pass to the Department, without liens, claims, or other encumbrances, upon the receipt of payment by the Design-Builder. The Department may require execution of appropriate documents to confirm passage of clear title. Passage of title shall not operate to pass the risk of loss with respect to the Work in question. Risk of loss remains with the Design-Builder until Substantial Completion, unless otherwise agreed by the Department, in writing.
Warranty of Title. Initial Owner warrants that on Closing, Initial Owner shall have clear title to Horse and Horse is free from any liens, claims or encumbrances of any nature whatsoever including without limitation spousal claims under any applicable community property laws. In the event any claims or demands are made against Initial Owner's or Investor's title to the Horse, Initial Owner shall indemnify, defend and hold Investor harmless against such claim or demand at its sole cost and expense from any and all claims or expenses, including reasonable attorney's fees which may arise by reason thereof.
Warranty of Title. Borrower has good, indefeasible, marketable and insurable fee simple title to the real property comprising part of the Property and good indefeasible and marketable title to the balance of the Property, free and clear of all Liens whatsoever except the Permitted Encumbrances, such other Liens as are permitted pursuant to the Loan Documents and the Liens created by the Loan Documents. This Security Instrument, when properly recorded in the appropriate records, together with any Uniform Commercial Code financing statements required to be filed in connection therewith, will create (a) a valid, perfected first priority lien on the Property, subject only to Permitted Encumbrances and the Liens created by the Loan Documents and (b) perfected security interests in and to, and perfected collateral assignments of, all personalty (including the Leases), all in accordance with the terms thereof, in each case subject only to any applicable Permitted Encumbrances, such other Liens as are permitted pursuant to the Loan Documents and the Liens created by the Loan Documents. Borrower shall forever warrant, defend and preserve the title and the validity and priority of the Lien of this Security Instrument and shall forever warrant and defend the same to Lender against the claims of all Persons whomsoever.
Warranty of Title. Mortgagor warrants that Mortgagor has good title to the Real Estate in fee simple and good title to the rest of the Mortgaged Property, subject only to the matters that are set forth in Schedule B of the title insurance policy or policies being issued to Mortgagee to insure this Mortgage and any Liens expressly permitted under the Credit Agreement (collectively, the "PERMITTED EXCEPTIONS") and Mortgagor shall warrant, defend and preserve such title and the rights granted by this Mortgage thereon against all claims of all persons and entities. Mortgagor further warrants that it has the right to grant this Mortgage.
Warranty of Title. Lessor does not warrant title to the leased premises, but it shall, upon request, allow Lessee access to such abstracts and other title papers as it has in its files. There shall be no obligation on Lessor's part to purchase new or supplemental or other title papers, nor to do any curative work in connection with title to the subject lands.
Warranty of Title. Grantor warrants that Grantor has good title to the Real Estate in fee simple and good title to, or a valid leasehold interest in, its other Trust Property, subject only to the matters that are set forth in Schedule B of the title insurance policy being issued to Grantee to insure the lien of this Deed of Trust and Section 7.3 of the Credit Agreement (the "Permitted Exceptions") and Grantor shall warrant, defend and preserve such title and the lien of the Deed of Trust thereon against all claims of all persons and entities. Subject only to the Permitted Exceptions, Grantor further warrants that it has the right to encumber the Trust Property under this Deed of Trust. 4