Escrow definition

Escrow means any transaction in which any escrow property is delivered with or without transfer of legal or equitable title, or both, and irrespective of whether a debtor-creditor relationship is created, to a person not otherwise having any right, title or interest therein in connection with the sale, transfer, encumbrance or lease of real or personal property, to be delivered or redelivered by that person upon the contingent happening or non-happening of a specified event or performance or nonperformance of a prescribed act, when it is then to be delivered by such person to a grantee, grantor, promisee, promisor, obligee, obligor, bailee or bailor, or any designated agent or employee of any of them. Escrow includes subdivision trusts and account servicing.
Escrow means any transaction in which any person, for the purpose of effecting the sale, transfer, encumbrance, or lease of real or personal property to another person, delivers any written instrument, money, evidence of title to real or personal property, or other thing of value to a third person to be held by that third person until the happening of a specified event or the performance of a prescribed condition, when the instrument, money, evidence of title or thing of value is then to be delivered by the third person to a grantee, grantor, promisee, promisor, obligee, obligor, bailee, bailor, or any agent or employee of any of the latter, pursuant to written instructions.
Escrow means a legal document (such as the software source code) delivered by the Contractor into the hands of a third party, and to be held by that party until the performance of a condition is Accepted; in the event Contractor fails to perform, the Procuring Agency receives the legal document, in this case, Source Code.

Examples of Escrow in a sentence

  • In the event of a conflict between this Specification 2 and the Escrow Agreement, this Specification 2 shall control.

  • After notifying the Registry Operator and ICANN, Escrow Agent shall allow sufficient time for Registry Operator or ICANN to challenge any such order, which shall be the responsibility of Registry Operator or ICANN; provided, however, that Escrow Agent does not waive its rights to present its position with respect to any such order.

  • Escrow Agent will cooperate with the Registry Operator or ICANN to support efforts to quash or limit any subpoena, at such party’s expense.

  • ICANN and Registry Operator will be provided the right to inspect Escrow Agent’s applicable records upon reasonable prior notice and during normal business hours.

  • In addition, prior to entering into an escrow agreement, Registry Operator must obtain the consent of ICANN to (a) use the specified Escrow Agent, and (b) enter into the form of escrow agreement provided.


More Definitions of Escrow

Escrow means an escrow established with an independent escrow agent pursuant to an escrow agreement reasonably satisfactory in form and substance to the Person or Persons asserting the obligation of one or more Borrowers to make a payment to it or them hereunder.
Escrow shall have the meaning given to such term in Article 3 hereof.
Escrow has the meaning set forth in Section 3.6.
Escrow shall have the meaning given thereto in Section 4 hereof.
Escrow has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4(e).