Security Property definition

Security Property means all right, title and interest in, to and under any Security Document, including:
Security Property. ’ means the property, real, personal or mixed, or an interest in prop- erty, including leaseholds, life estate, rever- sionary interests, and any other estates under applicable State law, together with fixtures and other interests subject to the lien of the mortgage under applicable State law;
Security Property has the meaning given to it in Schedule 7 (Security agency provisions).

Examples of Security Property in a sentence

  • Additionally, to the extent permitted by applicable law now or hereafter in effect, Payee may, at its option and from time to time, implement any other method of computing the maximum lawful rate under the law of the State in which the Security Property is located or under other applicable law by giving notice, if required, to Maker as provided by applicable law now or hereafter in effect.

  • To the extent United States federal law permits a greater amount of interest than is permitted under the law of the State in which the Security Property is located, Payee will rely on United States federal law for the purpose of determining the maximum amount permitted by applicable law.

  • Payee will, at Maker's expense, execute and deliver any agreements reasonably requested by Maker to release the lien of the Security Instrument from the Security Property.

  • You agree to pay any reasonable costs of protecting, retaking, repairing or selling the Security Property.

  • The Security Agent and every receiver, delegate, attorney, agent or other similar person appointed under any Security Document may indemnify itself out of the Security Property against any cost, loss or liability incurred by it in that capacity (otherwise than by reason of its own gross negligence or wilful misconduct).


More Definitions of Security Property

Security Property means any property subject to a Security.
Security Property means the property the subject of any security.
Security Property means property provided as collateral for a Facility that, in substance, secures payment or performance of an obligation under the Facility. This could be real estate, a car,a piece of equipment, shares or any other asset we consider acceptable.
Security Property is defined in the Security Instrument.
Security Property means the Equipment and all amounts on deposit from time to time in the Project Fund.
Security Property is defined in Section 24.2(b) of the Lease.
Security Property means (a) the security created or evidenced or expressed to be created or evidenced under or pursuant to the Security Agreements expressed to be granted in favor of the Collateral Trustee for the benefit of the Secured Parties and all proceeds of the same; (b) all obligations expressed to be undertaken by a Credit Party to pay amounts in respect of any liabilities to the Collateral Trustee for the benefit of the Secured Parties and secured by the security created or evidenced or expressed to be created or evidenced under or pursuant to the Security Agreements, together with all representations and warranties expressed to be given by a Credit Party in favor of the Collateral Trustee for the benefit of the Secured Parties; and (c) any other amounts or property, whether rights, entitlements, choses in action or otherwise, actual or contingent, which the Collateral Trustee is required by the terms of the Security Agreements or this Agreement to hold as trustee on trust for or as agent on behalf of the Secured Parties.