Survey definition

Survey means a survey of any Mortgaged Property (and all improvements thereon) which is (a) (i) prepared by a surveyor or engineer licensed to perform surveys in the jurisdiction where such Mortgaged Property is located, (ii) dated (or redated) not earlier than six months prior to the date of delivery thereof unless there shall have occurred within six months prior to such date of delivery any exterior construction on the site of such Mortgaged Property or any easement, right of way or other interest in the Mortgaged Property has been granted or become effective through operation of law or otherwise with respect to such Mortgaged Property which, in either case, can be depicted on a survey, in which events, as applicable, such survey shall be dated (or redated) after the completion of such construction or if such construction shall not have been completed as of such date of delivery, not earlier than 20 days prior to such date of delivery, or after the grant or effectiveness of any such easement, right of way or other interest in the Mortgaged Property, (iii) certified by the surveyor (in a manner reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent) to the Administrative Agent, the Collateral Agent and the Title Company, (iv) complying in all respects with the minimum detail requirements of the American Land Title Association as such requirements are in effect on the date of preparation of such survey, (v) sufficient for the Title Company to remove all standard survey exceptions from the Mortgage Policy relating to such Mortgaged Property and issue the endorsements of the type required by paragraph (f) of the definition ofCollateral and Guarantee Requirement” and (vi) otherwise reasonably acceptable to the Administrative Agent.
Survey means a survey of the Property prepared by a surveyor licensed in the State and satisfactory to Lender and the company or companies issuing the Title Insurance Policy, and containing a certification of such surveyor satisfactory to Lender.

Examples of Survey in a sentence

  • Survey data were analyzed using correspondence analysis with the Statistical packet XL Stat.

  • The following definition of instructional faculty is used by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) in its annual Faculty Compensation Survey.

  • The transcript report will be in the format required by the Lender but will contain the same information, inspection date and valuation figure as the generic Mortgage Valuation Report and the Single Survey.

  • The Surveyor will not carry out an asbestos inspection, and will not be acting as an asbestos inspector in completing a Single Survey of properties that may fall within the Control of Asbestos in the Workplace Regulations.

  • The Single Survey may give rise to a conflict of interest and if this is of concern to any party they are advised to seek their own independent advice.

More Definitions of Survey

Survey shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.1.
Survey shall includecertificate of location and plan”; (r) “state” shall include “province”; (s) “fee simple title” shall include “absolute ownership”; (t) “accounts” shall include “claims”. The parties hereto confirm that it is their wish that this Agreement and any other document executed in connection with the transactions contemplated herein be drawn up in the English language only and that all other documents contemplated thereunder or relating thereto, including notices, may also be drawn up in the English language only. Les parties aux présentes confirment que c’est leur volonté que cette convention et les autres documents de crédit soient rédigés en langue anglaise seulement et que tous les documents, y compris tous avis, envisagés par cette convention et les autres documents peuvent être rédigés en langue anglaise seulement.
Survey means a certified ALTA/ACSM (or applicable state standards for the state in which a Mortgaged Property is located) survey of a Mortgaged Property prepared by a registered independent surveyor and in form and content reasonably satisfactory to Buyer and the company issuing the Title Policy for such Mortgaged Property.
Survey has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.
Survey means an Aboriginal Heritage Survey conducted under this NSHA.
Survey means a survey of the Individual Property in question prepared pursuant to the requirements contained in Section 3.1.3(c) hereof.
Survey means a current "as-built" ALTA survey, certified to ALTA requirements, prepared by an engineer or surveyor licensed in the State in which the Land is located and reasonably acceptable to Purchaser, which shall: (a) include a narrative legal description of the Land by metes and bounds (which shall include a reference to the recorded plat, if any), and a computation of the area comprising the Land in both acres and gross square feet (to the nearest one thousandth of said respective measurement; (b) accurately show the location on the Land of all improvements (dimensions thereof at the ground surface level and the distance therefrom to the facing exterior property lines of the Land), building and set-back lines, parking spaces (including number of spaces), fences, evidence of abandoned fences, ponds, creeks, streams, rivers, officially designated 100-year flood plains and flood prone areas, canals, ditches, easements, roads, rights-of-way and encroachments; (c) location of encroachments, if any, upon adjoining property, or from adjoining property, upon the Land; (d) state the zoning classification of the Land; (e) be certified as of the date of the Survey to the Seller, the Purchaser, the Title Company, and any third-party lender designated by Purchaser; (f) legibly identify any and all recorded matters shown on said survey by appropriate volume and page recording references; (g) show the location and names of all adjoining streets and the distance to the nearest streets intersecting the streets that adjoin the Land; (h) be satisfactory to (and updated from time to time as may be required by) the Title Company so as to permit it to delete the standard exception for survey matters and replace it with an exception for the matters shown on the Survey; and (i) include a written Surveyor's Certification in substantially the same form as set forth on Exhibit I, attached hereto.