Permitted Encumbrance definition

Permitted Encumbrance means, with respect to any Mortgaged Property, such exceptions to title as are set forth in the Mortgage Policy delivered with respect thereto, all of which exceptions must be acceptable to the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion.
Permitted Encumbrance means, with respect to any Mortgaged Property, such exceptions to title as are set forth in the title insurance policy or title commitment delivered with respect thereto, all of which exceptions must be acceptable to the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion.
Permitted Encumbrance means: (i) the ownership interests of the Issuer; (ii) the interest of the Lessee as provided in any Lease; (iii) any Encumbrance for taxes, assessments, levies, fees and other governmental and similar charges not yet due and payable or the amount or validity of which is being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings so long as there exists no material risk of sale, forfeiture, loss, or loss of or interference with use or possession of the affected asset, and such contest would not result in the imposition of any criminal liability on the Issuer or any assignee thereof; (iv) in respect of any Railcar, any Encumbrance of a repairer, mechanic, supplier, materialman, laborer and the like arising in the ordinary course of business by operation of law or similar Encumbrance, provided that the proceedings relating to such Encumbrance or the continued existence of such Encumbrance does not give rise to any reasonable likelihood of the sale, forfeiture or other loss of the affected asset, and such contest would not result in the imposition of any criminal liability on the Issuer or any assignee thereof; (v) Encumbrances granted to the Indenture Trustee under and pursuant to this Master Indenture; (vi) any Encumbrances created by or through or arising from debt or liabilities or any act or omission of any Lessee in each case either in contravention of the relevant Lease (whether or not such Lease has been terminated) or without the consent of the relevant Lessor (provided that if the Issuer becomes aware of any such Encumbrance, it shall use commercially reasonable efforts to have any such Encumbrance lifted, removed and otherwise discharged); (vii) salvage rights of insurers under insurance policies covering the affected asset; (viii) any sublease permitted under any Lease; (ix) Encumbrances which are released or extinguished upon the transfer of the related asset to the Issuer by the applicable transferee thereof; and (x) Encumbrances on railcars and leases that result from a Rider being a Mixed Rider.

Examples of Permitted Encumbrance in a sentence

  • Inclusion of any matter as a Permitted Encumbrance does not constitute approval or waiver by Holder of any existing or future violation or other breach thereof by Grantor, by the Property or otherwise.

  • Grantor will punctually pay, perform, observe and keep all covenants, obligations and conditions in or pursuant to any Permitted Encumbrance and will not modify or permit modification of any Permitted Encumbrance without the prior written consent of Holder, other than the documents related to the Senior Debt (as defined in the Loan Agreement).


More Definitions of Permitted Encumbrance

Permitted Encumbrance means any Encumbrance in favour of the Bank created pursuant to the Security Documents and Permitted Liens;
Permitted Encumbrance means (i) liens for current Taxes not yet due and payable or that are being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings (provided that reserves, established in accordance with GAAP and to the extent required by GAAP, have been recorded on the Company Balance Sheet for any such contest that is material), (ii) statutory liens that are incurred in the Ordinary Course of Business with respect to obligations that are not yet due and payable or that are being contested in good faith (provided that reserves, established in accordance with GAAP and to the extent required by GAAP, have been recorded on the Company Balance Sheet for any such contest that is material), (iii) any Encumbrance representing the rights of suppliers and subcontractors in the Ordinary Course of Business under the terms of any Contracts to which the relevant party is a party or under general principles of commercial or government contract law (including mechanics’, materialmen’s, carriers’, workmen’s, warehouseman’s, repairmen’s, landlords’ and similar liens granted or which arise in the Ordinary Course of Business), (iv) such imperfections of title and non-monetary Encumbrances and other liens, in each case incurred in the Ordinary Course of Business, that are not reasonably likely to materially detract from or interfere with the use of the properties subject thereto or affected thereby, or otherwise materially impair any business operations involving such properties, (v) liens incurred in the Ordinary Course of Business in connection with workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance and other types of social security or to secure the performance of tenders, statutory obligations, surety and appeal bonds, bids, leases, government contracts, performance and return of money bonds and similar obligations, (vi) any Encumbrances for which appropriate reserves have been established in the consolidated financial statements of the Company and the Subsidiaries, (vii) liens securing indebtedness for borrowed money or Company Debt, in each case that is reflected on the Company Balance Sheet, (viii) any Encumbrances arising under equipment leases with third parties (to the extent the Company is not in breach of such leases), (ix) liens arising under applicable securities laws, (x) with respect to leases of real property, Encumbrances on the underlying real property or (xi) non-exclusive licenses granted to customers in the Ordinary Course of Business.
Permitted Encumbrance means (a) liens on Properties securing any of the Company, any subsidiary or joint venture obligations, (b) other liens which are expressly described in the Registration Statement, the General Disclosure Package and the Prospectus and (c) customary easements and encumbrances and other exceptions to title which do not materially impair the operation, development or use of the Properties for the purposes intended therefor as contemplated in the Registration Statement, the General Disclosure Package or the Prospectus.
Permitted Encumbrance means (a) any Encumbrance for taxes not yet due or delinquent or being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings for which adequate reserves have been established in accordance with GAAP and (b) any minor imperfection of title or similar Encumbrance which individually or in the aggregate with other such Encumbrances does not impair the value of the property subject to such Encumbrance or the use of such property in the conduct of the business of the Company.
Permitted Encumbrance means any Encumbrance in favour of the Banks or any of them created pursuant to the Security Documents and Permitted Liens;
Permitted Encumbrance means (a) liens for Taxes, assessments or other governmental charges which are not yet due and payable or Taxes being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings and for which adequate reserves have been established, (b) zoning laws and ordinances and similar Laws that are not violated by any existing improvement or that do not prohibit the use of the Real Property as currently used in the operation of the Business; (c) any right reserved to any Governmental Authority to regulate the affected property; (d) in the case of any leased asset, (i) the rights of any lessor under the applicable lease agreement or any Encumbrance granted by any lessor, (ii) any statutory lien for amounts that are not yet due and payable or are being contested in good faith, (iii) any subleases listed in any Schedule hereto and (iv) the rights of the grantor of any easement or any Encumbrance granted by such grantor on such easement property; (e) easements, rights of way, restrictive covenants and other encumbrances, encroachments or other similar matters affecting title that do not adversely affect title to the property subject thereto (other than minor defects in title) or materially impair the continued use of the property in the ordinary course of the Business; (f) inchoate materialmens’, mechanics’, workmen’s, repairmen’s or other like liens arising in the ordinary course of business for amounts that are not yet due and payable or that are being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings; (g) Encumbrances that will be discharged prior to or simultaneously with Closing; and (h) any other Encumbrance disclosed on Schedule 1.1.
Permitted Encumbrance means: (i) statutory liens for Taxes, assessments and governmental charges or levies not yet due and payable or that are being contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings; (ii) mechanics’, materialmen’s, carriers’, warehousemen’s or similar statutory liens for amounts not yet due or being diligently contested in good faith in appropriate proceedings; and (iii) pledges or deposits to secure obligations under workers’ compensation laws or similar legislation or to secure public or statutory obligations.