Subject Property definition

Subject Property means any premises located in the County on which an energy efficiency improvements, water efficiency improvements, or renewable resource applications are being or have been made and financed through an outstanding PACE loan.
Subject Property means the real property, if any, for which Grant Funds are used to acquire, construct, or rehabilitate.
Subject Property means property used for the

Examples of Subject Property in a sentence

The observed traffic volumes reflect 8% less vehicles traveling to and from the Subject Property in 2018 than in 2002.

On May 1, 2003, Sofia Mitselmakher and Irina Baram executed a Consolidation, Extension and Modification Agreement to consolidate two mortgages on the Subject Property into a single lien in favor of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Ohio Savings Bank (“MERS”).

The Township Administrator is authorized to submit a written request to HAS to sell the Subject Property, which is now unoccupied, to an income-certified individual through the affordable resale process and in compliance with the Local Public Contract Law.

Attachment 1 is a memo from the Village’s consulting engineer regarding this submittal.PC Case #184April 10, 2018 There are two existing dry (grass bottom) detention ponds on the Subject Property.

No 13-2.)On May 1, 2015, prior to the resolution of the 2014 Action, Defendant filed a third foreclosure action against the Subject Property (the “2015 Action”).


More Definitions of Subject Property

Subject Property means property for which a
Subject Property means any contract, license, lease, agreement, instrument or other document to the extent that such grant of a security interest therein is (1) prohibited by, or constitutes a breach or default under, or results in the termination of, or requires any consent not obtained under, such contract, license, lease, agreement, instrument or other document, or, in the case of any Equity Interests or other securities, any applicable shareholder or similar agreement or (2) otherwise constitutes or results in the abandonment, invalidation or unenforceability of any right, title or interest of any Loan Party under such contract, license, lease, agreement, instrument or other document, except, in each case, to the extent that applicable law or the term in such contract, license, lease, agreement, instrument or other document or shareholder or similar agreement providing for such prohibition, breach, default or termination or requiring such consent is ineffective under applicable law or purports to prohibit the granting of a security interest over all or a material portion of assets of any Loan Party; provided, however, that the foregoing exclusions shall not apply to the extent that any such prohibition, default or other term would be rendered ineffective pursuant to Section 9-406, 9-407, 9-408 or 9-409 of the Uniform Commercial Code of any relevant jurisdiction or any other applicable law or principles of equity; provided, further, that the security interest shall attach immediately to any portion of such Subject Property that does not result in any of the consequences specified above including, without limitation, any proceeds of such Subject Property.
Subject Property means (A) all real property at which the businesses of it or any of its subsidiaries have been conducted, all property in which it or any of its subsidiaries holds a security or other interest (including, without limitation, a fiduciary interest), and, where required by the context, includes any such property where under any Environmental Law it or any of its subsidiaries constitutes the owner or operator of such property, but only with respect to such property, (B) any facility in which it or any of its subsidiaries participates in the management, including, where required by the context, participating in the management of the owner or operator of such property, and (C) all other real property which for purposes of any Environmental Law it or any of its subsidiaries otherwise could be deemed to be an owner or operator or otherwise control.
Subject Property means any property on which energy-efficiency improvements have been made and financed through an outstanding PACE loan.
Subject Property as defined in Section 5.02(a).
Subject Property means the eligible property or the eligible vacant block in respect of which an application for concessional duty under this instrument is made.
Subject Property shall have the meaning specified in the definition of Sale and Lease-Back Transaction.