Permitted Title Exceptions definition

Permitted Title Exceptions means those exceptions to title to the Real Property that are satisfactory to the Acquiror as determined pursuant to Section 2.2.
Permitted Title Exceptions shall have the meaning given to such term in Section 4.1(b) hereof.
Permitted Title Exceptions means those exceptions to title to the Real Property that are satisfactory or deemed satisfactory to Purchaser as determined pursuant to Section 2.4(e) hereof.

Examples of Permitted Title Exceptions in a sentence

  • The County shall deliver to the State an owners affidavit acceptable to the State, stating that the County has sole and exclusive possession of the Property subject to the Permitted Title Exceptions and stating that all contractors and subcontractors providing services and/or materials in connection with the renovation and improvements of the Building and other improvements to the Land have been paid in full.

  • Any applicable zoning ordinances, other land use laws and regulations, together with taxes for the current or subsequent years and those matters, if any, which are waived by Buyer pursuant to this Paragraph 10, shall also be deemed Permitted Title Exceptions.

  • A special warranty deed duly executed and acknowledged by Seller, (“Deed”), conveying good and marketable fee simple title to the Property, free of liens, charges and encumbrances, to Purchaser, subject only to the Permitted Title Exceptions.

  • An American Land Title Association (2006) extended coverage owner’s policy of title insurance issued by Title Company as of the Closing Date and with liability in the amount of the Final Adjusted Purchase Price, insuring fee simple ownership of the Real Property in CSU as owner of the Real Property, subject only to the Permitted Title Exceptions.

  • Except as otherwise contemplated in or permitted by this Agreement, the City will not cause, permit, allow, or suffer any change to the title condition of the Real Property other than the Permitted Title Exceptions.


More Definitions of Permitted Title Exceptions

Permitted Title Exceptions means those exceptions to title to -------------------------- the Real Property that are satisfactory to Patriot or deemed satisfactory to Patriot pursuant to Section 2.4(d) hereof. --------------
Permitted Title Exceptions means all matters affecting the status of title and Survey of the Real Property, including but not limited to the following: (a) the Leases and any new Leases entered into between the Effective Date and the Closing Date in accordance with the terms of this Agreement; (b) all real estate taxes and assessments not yet due and payable as of the Closing Date; (c) local, state and federal (if applicable) zoning and building Laws; (d) the Record Exceptions disclosed by the Title Commitment; (e) the state of facts disclosed by a current Survey of the Land obtained by Strategic; and (f) any other matters approved as Permitted Title Exceptions in writing by Strategic prior to Closing or deemed approved as Permitted Title Exceptions pursuant to this Agreement; provided, however, Permitted Title Exceptions do not include Required Removal Items or any title matters that are not shown on the Pro Forma Title Policy.
Permitted Title Exceptions means those matters set forth in the title insurance policies insuring the respective liens of the Mortgages and those matters otherwise approved by Lender.
Permitted Title Exceptions means those exceptions to title to the Real Property that are satisfactory to Transferee as determined under this Agreement, and as evidenced by a pro forma title report.
Permitted Title Exceptions means those exceptions to title to the Real Property set forth in the Title Commitment (a) which do not require or secure the payment of money and (b) to which Purchaser makes no objection under Section 2.3(d).
Permitted Title Exceptions has the meaning specified in Section 5.4.