Related Property means a parcel of real property, together with improvements thereon and personal property related thereto, that is “related” within the meaning of the definition of Significant Obligor, to the Property.
District Property means all property owned by the District including, but not limited to, the Amenity Center, common areas, parking lots and ponds.
Affected Property means all real property at the Site and any other real property where EPA determines, at any time, that access or, land, water, or other resource use restrictions, and/or Institutional Controls are needed to implement the removal action, including, but not limited to, the following properties [insert property descriptions].
Blighted property means property that meets any of the following criteria:
Excepted Property The meaning assigned in the Granting Clauses hereof.
Abandoned property means personal property left by an owner who intentionally
Covered Property is the address stated on your Agreement Coverage Summary Page. • “Domestic-grade” Items are those that were designated by the manufacturer, manufactured and marketed solely for installation and use in a residential single family dwelling.
Protected Property means each property identified on Exhibit A hereto and each property acquired in Exchange for a Protected Property as set forth in Section 2.1(b).
Assessed Property means any Parcel within the District against which an Assessment is levied.
Asset-Related Property shall have the meaning assigned thereto in Section 2.1(b).
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Impaired property means tangible property, other than "your product" or "your work", that cannot be used or is less useful because:
Personal Property Collateral means all property included in the Collateral except Real Property Collateral.
Improved Property means any property upon which there is erected a structure intended for continuous or periodic habitation, occupancy or use by human beings or animals and from which structure Sanitary Sewage and/or Industrial Wastes shall be or may be discharged.
Property means any interest in any kind of property or asset, whether real, personal or mixed, or tangible or intangible.
Undeveloped Property means all Assessor’s Parcels of Taxable Property which are not Developed Property.
Property Loss Event means any loss of or damage to property of Group or any Subsidiary thereof that results in the receipt by such Person of proceeds of insurance in excess of $2,000,000 or any taking of property of Group or any Subsidiary thereof that results in the receipt by such Person of a compensation payment in respect thereof in excess of $2,000,000.
Adjusted Property means any property the Carrying Value of which has been adjusted pursuant to Section 5.5(d).
Security Property means all right, title and interest in, to and under any Security Document, including:
Restricted Property means (a) any property of the Company located within the United States of America that, in the opinion of the Company’s board of directors, is a principal manufacturing property or (b) any shares of capital stock or Debt of any Subsidiary owning any such property.
Specified Property means property for which an election has been made for a special elective benefit.
Surplus property means excess personal property not required by any Federal agency as determined by the Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA).
Foreclosed Property The Property or other Collateral securing the Mortgage Loan, title to which has been acquired by the Special Servicer on behalf of the Trust and the Companion Loan Holders through foreclosure, deed in lieu of foreclosure or otherwise in the name of the Trustee or its nominee.
Excluded Property shall have the meaning set forth in the Security Agreement.
Real Property Collateral means the parcel or parcels of Real Property identified on Schedule R-1 and any Real Property hereafter acquired by Borrower.
Released Mortgaged Property Proceeds As to any Mortgage Loan, proceeds received by the Servicer in connection with (a) a taking of an entire Mortgaged Property by exercise of the power of eminent domain or condemnation or (b) any release of part of the Mortgaged Property from the lien of the related Mortgage, whether by partial condemnation, sale or otherwise, which are not released to the Mortgagor in accordance with applicable law and mortgage servicing standards the Servicer would use in servicing mortgage loans for its own account and this Agreement.