Owner of the property definition

Owner of the property means the entity or entities that are the fee or equitable owners and that are economically at risk with regard to the property.
Owner of the property means the record owner or contract purchaser of any parcel of land fronting on any city street.
Owner of the property means the registered owner of the property, or the person or the person’s authorized agent in lawful control of a property;

Examples of Owner of the property in a sentence

Annual precipitation is forecast to change by more than 30% in some areas of the country by 2040.

The Owner of the property shall be responsible for the continued property maintenance of all landscaping materials, including existing trees, and shall keep them in a proper, neat and orderly appearance, free from refuse and debris at all times.

The Owner of the property has designated Legacy as its general Agent and granted to Legacy the authority to manage and administer the Premises and Property and to enter into, administer, and enforce provisions of this Rental Agreement or Lease and any subsequent renewals.

In addition to all requirements placed upon the Owner herein, whenever any requirement or obligation is imposed upon the Engineer, the Contractor or any other individual employed or supplied by the Owner in this Resolution and Order, such requirement or obligation is also expressly imposed upon the Owner of the property.

This application for a Building Permit must be signed by the Owner of the property, described above, or an authorized agent.

The undersigned Owner of the property described on Exhibit A hereto, hereby consents to recordation of this Regulatory Agreement against such property, and agrees that such property shall be bound by the provisions thereof.

Prior to the excavation of test holes on road allowances or privately owned property the Tenderer shall obtain permission from the Municipality or Owner of the property and comply with their requirements for restoration of disturbed surfaces and utilities.

The reasons for the rejection shall be set forth in writing to the issuer of the report and to the Owner of the property to which the report pertains.

Such amendment shall not require the consent of any Person other than the Owner of the property to be withdrawn, if not the Declarant.

Any monetary amount used of the limits by the prior Owner will apply to the new Owner of the property.


More Definitions of Owner of the property

Owner of the property means the person or persons owning the fee interest in the property and the person or persons owning any leasehold interest in the property.
Owner of the property means the Seller unless the Seller is an intermediary.

Related to Owner of the property

Leased Property shall have the meaning given such term in Section 2.1.
the Property means the Property more particularly described in Condition 2 of the Conditions of Sale (as defined in 1.6 below);
Mortgaged Property shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the recitals.
Condominium Property means the lands, lea- seholds, and personal property that are subjected to condominium ownership, whether or not contiguous, and all improvements thereon and all easements and rights appurtenant thereto intended for use in connec- tion with the condominium.
Leasehold Estate means Borrower’s interest in the Land and any other real property leased by Borrower pursuant to the Ground Lease, if applicable, including all of the following:
Release Property shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.6 hereof.
Subject Property means any premises located in the County on which an energy efficiency improvements, water efficiency improvements, or renewable resource applications are being or have been made and financed through an outstanding PACE loan.
Substitute Property shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.6 hereof.
Existing Property means property which will not qualify as Economic Development Property pursuant to Section 12-44-110 of the Fee Act, including, without limitation, (a) the real property comprising the Site; and (b) property which has been subject to ad valorem taxes in the State prior to commencement of the Investment Period and property included in the Project as part of the repair, alteration, or modification of such previously taxed property; provided, however, that Existing Property shall not include: (a) property acquired or constructed by or on behalf of the Company during the Investment Period which has not been placed in service in this State prior to the commencement of the Investment Period notwithstanding that ad valorem taxes have heretofore been paid with respect to such property, or property which has been placed in service in the State pursuant to an inducement agreement or other preliminary approval by the County, including the Inducement Resolution, prior to execution of this Agreement pursuant to Section 12-44-40(E) of the Fee Act, which property shall qualify as Economic Development Property; or (b) property purchased by or on behalf of the Company during the Investment Period in a transaction other than between any of the entities specified in Section 267(b) of the Internal Revenue Code, as defined under Chapter 6 of Title 12 of the Code as of the time of the transfer, to the extent that the Company invests at least an additional $45,000,000 in the Project, exclusive of the property identified in this subsection (b).
Released Property means any portion of the Project removed, scrapped, traded in, sold, or otherwise disposed of pursuant to Section 4.03 hereof, any portion of the Project stolen, damaged, destroyed, or taken by condemnation, or eminent domain proceedings as described in Article VII hereof.
Loan Property means any property owned by the Party in question or by any of its Subsidiaries or in which such Party or Subsidiary holds a security interest, and, where required by the context, includes the owner or operator of such property, but only with respect to such property.
Mortgaged Premises The real property securing repayment of the debt evidenced by a Note.
Operating Property means any property owned, leased, or operated by the Party in question or by any of its Subsidiaries or in which such Party or Subsidiary holds a security interest or other interest (including an interest in a fiduciary capacity), and, where required by the context, includes the owner or operator of such property, but only with respect to such property.
Foreclosure Property shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Servicing Agreement or such other analogous term used in the Servicing Agreement.
Adjoining Property means all sidewalks, driveways, curbs, gores and vault spaces adjoining any of the Leased Premises.
New Property means each Real Property acquired by the Consolidated Parties on a consolidated basis and all Unconsolidated Affiliates (as the case may be) from the date of acquisition for a period of six (6) full fiscal quarters after the acquisition thereof; provided, however, that, upon the Seasoned Date for any New Property (or any earlier date selected by Borrower), such New Property shall be converted to a Seasoned Property and shall cease to be a New Property.
Lessor Liens means Liens on or against the Leased Property or any portion thereof, the Lease or any payment of Rent (i) which result from any act of, or any Claim against, the Lessor unrelated to the exercise of Lessor's rights under the Operative Documents or (ii) which result from any Tax owed by the Lessor, except any Tax for which the Lessee is obligated to indemnify the Lessor.
Common Property means any and all real and personal property and easements and other interests therein, together with the facilities and improvements located thereon, now or hereafter owned by the Association for the common use and enjoyment of the Owners.
the Land means the land on which the development would be carried out or, in relation to development already carried out, has been carried out;
Scheme Property means the property of the Company required under the FCA Rules to be given for safe-keeping to the Depositary.
Fee Property as defined in subsection 5.13.
Individual Property means each parcel of real property, the Improvements thereon and all personal property owned by Borrower and encumbered by the applicable Security Instrument, together with all rights pertaining to such property and Improvements, as more particularly described in the granting clauses of the applicable Security Instrument and referred to therein as the “Property.”
Underlying Mortgaged Property With respect to each Co-op Loan, the underlying real property owned by the related residential cooperative housing corporation.
Project site, where applicable, means the place indicated in bidding documents.
Stolen property means property over which control has been obtained by theft.
Cooperative Property The real property and improvements owned by the Cooperative Corporation, including the allocation of individual dwelling units to the holders of the Coop Shares of the Cooperative Corporation.