Real Property Documents definition

Real Property Documents means any material contract or agreement constituting or creating an estate or interest in any portion of the Site, including, without limitation, the Lease Agreements and the Subleases.
Real Property Documents means any documents, agreements or instruments pursuant to which the Borrower has rights in Real Property, including all easements, sub-easements, leases, subleases, licenses and other agreements with landowners, any non-disturbance agreements and any deeds pursuant to which the Borrower owns a fee interest in Real Property.
Real Property Documents has the meaning set forth in Section 4.12(a)(xiv).

Examples of Real Property Documents in a sentence

  • The Real Property Interests constitute good and valid interests in and to the Site pursuant to the Real Property Documents, in each case as is necessary for the Development at the time this representation and warranty is made or deemed repeated.


More Definitions of Real Property Documents

Real Property Documents means, with respect to the acquisition of any Real Property on or after the Effective Date, all of the following (except to the extent made a post-closing delivery by the Administrative Agent in its sole discretion or waived by the Administrative Agent in its sole discretion), each of which shall be in form and substance acceptable to the Administrative Agent in its sole discretion:
Real Property Documents means easements, option agreements, leases, subordinations and other real property agreements that create or evidence any real property interests relating to the PV Plant or the XXXX as provided to O&M Contractor by Owner on the Execution Date.
Real Property Documents means, collectively, (i) Mortgages covering all Material Real Property owned by the Credit Parties, duly executed by each applicable Credit Party, together with (A) title insurance policies, current as-built ALTA/ACSM Land Title surveys certified to the Collateral Agent, zoning letters, building permits and certificates of occupancy, in each case relating to such Material Real Property and satisfactory in form and substance to the Collateral Agent, (B) (x) Life of LoanFederal Emergency Management Agency Standard Flood Hazard determinations, (y) notices, in the form required under the Flood Insurance Laws, about special flood hazard area status and flood disaster assistance duly executed by each Credit Party, and (z) if any improved real property encumbered by any Mortgage is located in a special flood hazard area, a policy of flood insurance that is on terms satisfactory to the Collateral Agent and, in each case, in such reasonable total amount sufficient to comply with and to the extent required by the Flood Insurance Laws pursuant to Section 6.03, (C) evidence that counterparts of such Mortgages have been recorded in all places to the extent necessary or desirable, in the judgment of the Collateral Agent, to create a valid and enforceable first priority Lien on such Material Real Property in favor of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Creditors (or in favor of such other trustee as may be required or desired under local law), (D) an opinion of counsel (i) in each state in which such Material Real Property is located as to the enforceability and perfection of the Mortgage and other matters customarily included in such opinions and (ii) for the Borrower or applicable Credit Party regarding the due authorization, execution and delivery of the Mortgages , (E) a duly executed Environmental Indemnity with respect thereto, (F) Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Reports, consistent with American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E 1527-05, and applicable state requirements, on all of the owned Material Real Property, dated no more than six (6) months prior to the Closing Date (or date of the applicable Mortgage if provided post-closing), prepared by environmental engineers satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, all in form and substance satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, and such environmental review and audit reports, including Phase II reports, with respect to the Real Property of any Credit Party as the Collateral Agent shall ha...
Real Property Documents means easements, reciprocal easements, assignments, leases, subleases, termination agreements, subordination agreements, nondisturbance agreements, estoppel certificates, declarations of covenants, conditions and restrictions, municipal development agreements, agreements with local planning or zoning authorities, and amendments or supplements to any of the foregoing, and recorded memoranda of any of the foregoing, all with respect to the Facilities.
Real Property Documents has the meaning given in Schedule A of the CSAA.
Real Property Documents means, collectively, (i) Mortgages covering all Material Real Property owned by the Credit Parties, duly executed by each applicable Credit Party, together with (A) title insurance policies, current as-built ALTA/ACSM Land Title surveys certified to the Collateral Agent, zoning letters, building permits and certificates of occupancy, in each case relating to such Material Real Property and satisfactory in form and substance to the Collateral Agent, (B) (x) Life of LoanFederal Emergency Management Agency Standard Flood Hazard determinations, (y) notices, in the form required under the Flood Insurance Laws, about special flood hazard area status and flood disaster assistance duly executed by each Credit Party, and (z) if any improved real property encumbered by any Mortgage is located in a special flood hazard area, a policy of flood insurance that is on terms satisfactory to the Collateral Agent and, in each case, in such reasonable total amount sufficient to comply with and to the extent required by the Flood Insurance Laws pursuant to Section 6.03, (C) evidence that counterparts of such Mortgages have been recorded in all places to the extent necessary or desirable, in the judgment of the Collateral Agent, to create a valid and enforceable first priority Lien on such Material Real Property in favor of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Creditors (or in favor of such other trustee as may be required or desired under local law), (D) an opinion of counsel (i) in each state in which such Material Real Property is located as to the enforceability and perfection of the Mortgage and other matters customarily included in such opinions and (ii) for the Borrower or applicable Credit Party regarding the due authorization, execution and delivery of the Mortgages ,
Real Property Documents means, with respect to any real property, (a) a FIRREA compliant appraisal of such real property from appraisers engaged by the Administrative Agent, (b) Flood Documentation reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent and each Regulated Lender Entity, (c) survey documentation reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent, (d) a Title Insurance Policy, (e) opinions addressed to the Administrative Agent and the Lenders of (i) local counsel in each jurisdiction where the Mortgaged Property is located with respect to the enforceability of the Mortgages and other matters customarily included in such local law opinions and (ii) counsel for the Borrower regarding due authorization, execution and delivery of the Mortgages, in each case, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent, (f) such other requirements or documents as may be reasonably requested by the Administrative Agent and Required Lenders and (g) any other documentation or confirmation required to be delivered or made pursuant to Section 5.09(f) and Section 5.09(g).