Encumbrance definition

Encumbrance means any charge, claim, community property interest, pledge, condition, equitable interest, lien (statutory or other), option, security interest, mortgage, easement, encroachment, right of way, right of first refusal, or restriction of any kind, including any restriction on use, voting, transfer, receipt of income or exercise of any other attribute of ownership.
Encumbrance means any lien, pledge, hypothecation, charge, mortgage, security interest, encumbrance, claim, infringement, interference, option, right of first refusal, preemptive right, community property interest or restriction of any nature (including any restriction on the voting of any security, any restriction on the transfer of any security or other asset, any restriction on the receipt of any income derived from any asset, any restriction on the use of any asset and any restriction on the possession, exercise or transfer of any other attribute of ownership of any asset).
Encumbrance means any claim, lien, pledge, option, charge, easement, security interest, deed of trust, mortgage, right-of-way, encroachment, building or use restriction, conditional sales agreement, encumbrance or other right of third parties, whether voluntarily incurred or arising by operation of law, and includes, without limitation, any agreement to give any of the foregoing in the future, and any contingent sale or other title retention agreement or lease in the nature thereof.

Examples of Encumbrance in a sentence

Declarations relating to ‘beneficial ownership’ on IRS Form W-8BEN or IRS Form W-9 are based upon U.S. tax law concepts and do not affect the transfer of title, pledge or property rights provided for under Clearing Membership Agreements, nor do they put the Clearing House on notice of any Encumbrance.

Each of the IT Systems is either: (i) owned and directly controlled by a Group Company, free from Encumbrance, or (ii) validly licensed or leased for use by the relevant Group Company.

C-1Labor Encumbrance Process.....................................................................................................

None of the Owned Business IP is subject to any Encumbrance other than pursuant to the security documents details of which are contained in the Data Room.

Set up encumbrance payroll and assignment selection to select specific payroll names for encumbrance.See: Labor Encumbrance Setup, page 5-2.


More Definitions of Encumbrance

Encumbrance means any security interest, pledge, mortgage, lien (including, without limitation, environmental and tax liens), charge, encumbrance, adverse claim, preferential arrangement or restriction of any kind, including, without limitation, any restriction on the use, voting, transfer, receipt of income or other exercise of any attributes of ownership.
Encumbrance means a mortgage, charge, pledge, lien, option, restriction, equity, right to acquire, right of pre-emption, third party right or interest, other encumbrance or security interest of any kind or any other type of preferential arrangement (including, without limitation, a title transfer and retention arrangement) having similar effect;
Encumbrance means any lien, claim, charge, security interest, mortgage, pledge, easement, conditional sale or other title retention agreement, defect in title, covenant or other restrictions of any kind.
Encumbrance means any mortgage, charge (whether fixed or floating), pledge, lien, hypothecation, assignment, trust arrangement or security interest or other encumbrance of any kind securing any obligation of any person or any type of preferential arrangement (including without limitation title transfer and/or retention arrangements having a similar effect);
Encumbrance means a right, other than an ownership interest, in real property. The term includes mortgages and other liens on real property.
Encumbrance means any encumbrance such as mortgage, charge, pledge, lien, hypothecation, security interest, assignment, privilege or priority of any kind having the effect of security or other such obligations and shall include without limitation any designation of loss payees or beneficiaries or any similar arrangement under any insurance policy pertaining to the Project, physical encumbrances, claims for any amounts due on account of taxes, cesses, electricity, water and other utility charges and encroachments on the Project Site or Project Facilities.
Encumbrance means any mortgage, lien, charge, pledge or security interest of any kind.