Property Disposition definition

Property Disposition means any sale, transfer or swap of, grant of a security interest in or loss, destruction or any other disposition whatsoever, whether voluntary or involuntary, of any of the Borrower's oil and gas properties used in the determination of the Borrowing Base.
Property Disposition means the (i) sale of all or substantially all of any Property, (ii) sale of any direct ownership interests in any Property Owner or any Subsidiary of the Company that directly or indirectly owns a Property to a Person other than the Company or a direct or indirect wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company, or (iii) merger, consolidation, conversion or other combination of the Company, or any Subsidiary of the Company that directly or indirectly owns a Property, with or into any other Person (other than the Company or a direct or indirect wholly-owned Subsidiary of the Company).

Examples of Property Disposition in a sentence

Property Disposition Report: the IDA shall publish, not less frequently than annually, a report listing all real property of the IDA.

Your narrative should include whether you are ahead of, on schedule, or behind on your original rehabilitation schedule: Date of Report: Report completed by: Title Please fax a completed version of this report to the Property Disposition Construction Analyst, at (817) 978-6018.

Property Disposition Request form, and submit it to Surplus Services for review and approval.

Department of Housing and Urban Development Fort Worth Property Disposition Center801 Cherry Street, Unit #45, Ste.

As part of the Property Disposition Plan, the Contractor will provide a separate and final inventory of sensitive property.