Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances definition

Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2(i), above.
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances means the following encumbrances which do not, in any case, individually or in the aggregate, materially detract from the value of any Mine subject thereto or interfere with the ordinary conduct of the business or operations of the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries as presently conducted on, at or with respect to such Mine and as to be conducted following the Issue Date: (a) encumbrances customarily found upon real property used for mining purposes in the applicable jurisdiction in which the applicable real property is located to the extent such encumbrances would be permitted or granted by a prudent operator of mining property similar in use and configuration to such real property (e.g., surface rights agreements, wheelage agreements and reconveyance agreements); (b) rights and easements of (i) owners of undivided interests in any of the real property where the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries owns less than 100% of the fee interest, (ii) owners of interests in the surface of any real property where the applicable party does not own or lease such surface interest, (iii) lessees, if any, of coal or other minerals (including oil, gas and coal bed methane) where the applicable the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries does not own such coal or other minerals, and (iv) lessees of other coal seams and other minerals (including oil, gas and coal bed methane) not owned or leased by such party; (c) with respect to any real property in which the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary holds a leasehold interest, terms, agreements, provisions, conditions, and limitations (other than royalty and other payment obligations which are otherwise permitted hereunder) contained in the leases granting such leasehold interest and the rights of lessors thereunder (and their heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns), subject to any amendments or modifications set forth in any landlord consent delivered in connection with a Mortgage; (d) farm, grazing, hunting, recreational and residential leases with respect to which the Company or any Restricted Subsidiary is the lessor encumbering portions of the real properties to the extent such leases would be granted or permitted by, and contain terms and provisions that would be acceptable to, a prudent operator of mining properties similar in use and configuration to such real properties; (e) royalty and other payment obligations to sellers or transferors of fee coal or lease properties to the extent such o...
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances means Encumbrances on the Real Property for: (a) for real estate Taxes, water and sewer rents and other lienable services that are apportioned as provided in Section 4.5, including special assessments; (b) any state of facts or other matters which would be shown by a survey that individually or in the aggregate do not materially and adversely affect, impair or interfere with the use, ownership, value and maintenance of or the access to any property affected thereby or the conduct of the business of the Sellers as presently conducted; and (c) any and all present laws, ordinances, restrictions, requirements, resolutions, orders, rules and regulations of any Governmental Authority, as now existing or enforced (including those related to zoning and land use) that individually or in the aggregate, do not materially and adversely affect, impair or interfere with the use, ownership, value and maintenance of or the access to any property affected thereby or the conduct of the business of the Sellers as presently conducted.

Examples of Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances in a sentence

  • Seller warrants to Buyer that, at the time of Closing, all other Assets shall be free and clear of all Non-Real Estate Encumbrances other than those identified on Part 3.9(b) as acceptable to Buyer ("Permitted Non-Real Estate Encumbrances" and, together with the Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances, "Permitted Encumbrances").

  • Each Brooke Party shall advise the Lender promptly, in reasonable detail, (a) of any Adverse Claim (other than Permitted Liens or Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances) known to it made or asserted against any of the Collateral, and (b) of the occurrence of any event which would have a Material Adverse Effect on the aggregate value of the Collateral or on the assignments and security interests granted by the Borrower in this Agreement.

  • The Collateral is owned by the Borrower free and clear of any Adverse Claim (other than Permitted Liens or Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances) or restrictions on transferability and the Borrower has the full right, corporate power and lawful authority to assign, transfer and pledge the Collateral and interests therein.

  • This Agreement (together with the financing statements filed on or prior to the Closing Date) is effective to create a valid and perfected first priority security interest in the Collateral now existing or hereafter arising, free and clear of any Adverse Claim (other than Permitted Liens or Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances) or restrictions on transferability.

  • Each Loan has been purchased by BWF from the Seller in accordance with the terms of the Purchase and Sale Agreement, and BWF has thereby irrevocably acquired all legal and equitable title to such Loan and the Related Security free and clear of any Adverse Claims other than Permitted Liens or Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances and in accordance with the Purchase and Sale Agreement.


More Definitions of Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances

Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances means, in the case of any Real Property, (a) any “Permitted Encumbrances” (as defined in the Mortgage relating to such Real Property) approved by the Agent (at the direction of the Required Lenders), (b) Liens on such Real Property of the nature referred to in clauses (b), (f), (g) and (h) of the definition of Permitted Liens, and (c) easements (including without limitation reciprocal easement agreements), rights-of-way, restrictions, municipal, building and zoning ordinances and other similar encumbrances or other irregularities affecting such Real Property, that do not secure any Debt, and which were incurred in the ordinary course of business and (i) are described in the title insurance policy with respect to such Real Property delivered to the Administrative Agent prior to the date hereof, or (ii) in the opinion of the Administrative Agent, are not substantial in amount and do not in any case materially impair the use of such property in the operation of the business of any Group Member or impair the value of such Real Property.
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances means the following encumbrances which do not, in any case, individually or in the aggregate, materially detract from the value of any Mine subject thereto or interfere with the ordinary conduct of the business or operations of any Loan Party as presently conducted on, at or with respect to such Mine and as to be conducted following the Effective Date:
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances shall has the meaning set forth in Section 2(i),
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances as defined in Section 3.8(a).
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances shall have the meaning set forth in SECTION 2(I), above.
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances means any of the following:
Permitted Real Estate Encumbrances as defined in Section 3.7(a).