Tangible Collateral means all personal property, goods, equipment, supplies, building and other materials of every nature whatsoever and all other tangible personal property constituting a part or portion of the Project and/or used in the operation of the hotel, casino, restaurants, stores, parking facilities, observation tower and all other commercial operations on the Site or Improvements, including but not limited to communication systems, visual and electronic surveillance systems and transportation systems and not constituting a part of the real property subject to the real property lien of this Deed of Trust and including all property and materials stored therein in which Trustor has an interest and all tools, utensils, food and beverage, liquor, uniforms, linens, housekeeping and maintenance supplies, vehicles, fuel, advertising and promotional material, blueprints, surveys, plans and other documents relating to the Site or Improvements, and all construction materials and all furnishings, fixtures and equipment, including, but not limited to, all FF&E and all equipment and devices which are or are to be installed and used in connection with the operation of the Project, those items of furniture, fixtures and equipment which are to be purchased or leased by Trustor, machinery and any other item of personal property in which Trustor now or hereafter own or acquire an interest or right, and which are used or useful in the construction, operation, use and occupancy of the Project and all present and future right and interest of Trustor in and to any casino operator's agreement, license agreement or sublease agreement used in connection with the Site or the Improvements.
Examples of Tangible Collateral in a sentence
Trustor shall, prior to delinquency, default, or forfeiture, perform all obligations and satisfy all material conditions required on its part to be satisfied to preserve its rights and privileges under any contract, lease, license, permit, or other authorization (i) under which it holds any Tangible Collateral or (ii) which constitutes part of the Intangible Collateral, except where Trustor is contesting such obligations in good faith.
Except for damaged or obsolete Tangible Collateral which is either no longer usable or which is removed temporarily for repair or improvement or removed for replacement on the Trust Estate with Tangible Collateral of similar function or as otherwise permitted herein, none of the Tangible Collateral shall be removed from the Trust Estate without Beneficiary's prior written consent.
All of the tangible Collateral is located at a Location of Tangible Collateral.
Except for movements required in the ordinary course of Customers business, Customer shall give MLBFS 30 days prior written notice of the placing at or movement of any tangible Collateral to any location other than a Location of Tangible Collateral.
Except for movements required in the ordinary course of Customer's business, Customer shall give MLBFS 30 days' prior written notice of the placing at or movement of any tangible Collateral to any location other than a Location of Tangible Collateral.