Project Property means the real property on or for which preconstruction service or construction work is or will be provided.
Examples of Project Property in a sentence
Also staked are seven claims, 576 hectares and 36 claim units that are located on or near the southern and eastern property boundaries of Treasury Metals' Goliath Gold Project property boundaries.
More Definitions of Project Property
Project Property means that real property located in the City of Fernley, County of Lyon, State of Nevada, more particularly described as Exhibit A attached hereto.
Project Property means all of the property, assets, undertaking and rights in and relating to the Project, whether now owned or existing or hereafter acquired or arising, including but not limited to, Project Real Property, leases, rights of access or use, servitudes, usufructs, personal property accounts, instruments, chattel paper, deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, intangibles, goods (including inventory, equipment and fixtures), cash, cash equivalents, receivables, letter of credit rights, supporting obligations, claims, causes of action and other legal rights and investment property; all products, proceeds (including proceeds of proceeds), rents and profits of the foregoing; and all books and records related to any of the foregoing.