Estoppel definition

Estoppel has the meaning set forth in Section 4.25(A).
Estoppel means an agreement in substantially the form of Exhibit J or any other form approved by the Administrative Agent.
Estoppel means, with respect to a Ground Lease, a separate letter agreement from the applicable Ground Lessor that (i) confirms that the Ground Lessor is the owner of the underlying fee or leasehold estate, as applicable, and that the Ground Lease is in full force and effect and (ii) obligates the applicable Ground Lessor to provide to the Indenture Trustee and Servicer certain rights with respect to the Ground Lease including (a) notice of default by tenant and an opportunity to cure such default and (b) an opportunity to enter into a new Ground Lease on termination of the existing Ground Lease.

Examples of Estoppel in a sentence

  • Estoppel Certificate – May be requested by the landlord after lease signing to certify a lease exists between the tenant and landlord.

  • Buyer has the right to review and object to any Estoppel Statements.

  • In the event of the sale or refinance of the property: If Landlord presents to Resident Form CA-160 - Resident’s Certification of Terms - Estoppel Certification, or other similar form, Resident agrees to execute and deliver the form acknowledging that this Agreement is unmodified and in full force and effect, or in full force and effect as modified with the consent of Landlord, and stating the modifications, within ten (10) days of written notice.

  • So long as Xxxxxx has fully performed under the terms of this Lease, Xxxxxx agrees to execute, within ten (10) days of written request by Xxxxxx, the state’s standard Tenant Estoppel and Subordination Agreements which have been approved as to form by the Office of the Attorney General.

  • If the Party receiving the second request fails to execute the Estoppel Certificate within such 15-day period, it shall be conclusively deemed that the Agreement is in full force and effect and has not been amended or modified orally or in writing, and that there are no uncured defaults under this Agreement or any events which, with passage of time of giving of notice, of both, would constitute a default under the Agreement.


More Definitions of Estoppel

Estoppel means an estoppel certificate or other statement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit C or otherwise in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Buyer and the Buyer’s financing sources from a tenant under a Space Lease, duly executed by the applicable tenant and with the required factual information inserted but with only the following additional changes by the applicable tenant: (a) non-material modifications thereof, (b) such tenant making note of items which constitute Permitted Liens, (c) modifications thereof to conform the same to the applicable Space Lease, and/or (d) such tenant referencing a general condition statement such as “we reserve all rights” (or words of similar import) or limiting its statements “to tenant’s knowledge” (or words of similar import, but excluding reservations relating to specific issues or alleged defaults).
Estoppel merely means that, under the rules of the adversary system of procedure upon which the common law of England is based, a party is not allowed, in certain circumstances, to prove in litigation particular facts or matters which, if proved, would assist him to succeed as plaintiff or defendant in an action...
Estoppel. For each Lease, a document substantially in the form of Exhibit A or the form required by such Lease, signed by the Tenant thereunder, with the applicable information inserted in the blanks in such form, and not materially and adversely inconsistent with the corresponding information contained in such Lease or otherwise provided to Buyer by Sellers or the applicable Manager in writing prior to the Approval Date, except for changes permitted hereunder; and except that, if an Estoppel is not obtained from any Tenant by Closing, a document substantially in such form, with such information, that is signed by the applicable Seller as landlord (but limited to such Seller’s Knowledge) shall qualify as an Estoppel for purposes hereof.
Estoppel as defined in Section 4.28(f).
Estoppel means the principle which precludes a person from asserting something contrary to what is implied by a previous action or statement of that person or by a previous pertinent judicial determination on the foundation of this here-said agreement.
Estoppel means an Estoppel Certificate completed and executed by Seller as tenant under the Lease Agreement, which Estoppel Certificate shall be in substantially the form reasonably required by Purchaser's mortgage lender.
Estoppel means personal bar;