Examples of Hazardous Materials Law in a sentence
To the best of Borrower's knowledge, except as disclosed in writing by Borrower to the County prior to the date of this Agreement: (i) no Hazardous Material has been disposed of, stored on, discharged from, or released to or from, or otherwise now exists in, on, under, or around, the Property; (ii) neither the Property nor Borrower is in violation of any Hazardous Materials Law; and (iii) neither the Property nor Borrower is subject to any existing, pending or threatened Hazardous Materials Claims.
Trustor shall keep and maintain the Property (including, but not limited to, soil and ground water conditions) in compliance with all Hazardous Materials Laws and shall not cause or permit the Property to be in violation of any Hazardous Materials Law (defined below).
The Grantee covenants and agrees that it will neither cause nor permit, in any manner, the release, seepage or spill of any Hazardous Material upon, into, under, over, across or through any Public Right-of-Way or property adjacent thereto, whether public or private, in violation of any applicable Hazardous Materials Law.
As used in the provisions of this Lease, “hazardous materials” include any “hazardous substance” as that term is defined in section 25316 of the California Health and Safety Code and any other material or substance listed or regulated by any Hazardous Materials Law or posing a hazard to health or the environment.
Lessee shall promptly notify County of any liens threatened or attached against the Premises or the Improvements pursuant to any Hazardous Materials Law.