Tenant Estoppel means an estoppel certificate from a Tenant (i) substantially in the form annexed hereto as Exhibit H, or (ii) otherwise substantially in the form, or limited to the substance, prescribed by or attached to such Tenant’s Lease provided that such alternative estoppel certificate does not (1) reflect a continuing material default by landlord or a material default by Tenant under the applicable Lease (unless prior to the expiration of the Evaluation Period, Seller has disclosed or made available to Purchaser information regarding such default pursuant to the standards set forth above, or Purchaser otherwise has actual knowledge of such default, subject to and as provided in the penultimate sentence of the immediately preceding paragraph) or (2) contain a material adverse discrepancy, statement or information which is clearly inconsistent with the applicable Lease or contrary to the statements provided for in the form estoppel certificate. A Tenant Estoppel may (I) contain substantiality, knowledge and other such qualifiers, (II) delete the updated certification paragraph and add the bracketed language set forth in the form Tenant Estoppel annexed hereto as Exhibit H or (III) contain non-substantial deviations from the requested estoppel certificate or the estoppel certificate prescribed by or attached to such tenant’s lease, and Purchaser acknowledges that none of the foregoing will allow Purchaser to claim that a Tenant Estoppel is unacceptable. Tenant Estoppels shall be dated within sixty (60) days of Closing (unless the Scheduled
Tenant Estoppel means an estoppel in form and substance reasonably acceptable to Administrative Agent, to be completed, executed, dated and delivered by the applicable tenant to Administrative Agent (on behalf of the Lenders) and Borrower pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
Tenant Estoppel means an estoppel certificate from a Tenant (i) substantially in the form annexed hereto as Exhibit H, or (ii) otherwise substantially in the form, or limited to the substance, prescribed by or attached to such Tenant’s Lease provided that such alternative estoppel certificate does not
Tenant Estoppel means an estoppel certificate from the tenant under a Lease, which under the terms of this Agreement Seller has agreed to seek and which certificate shall be in substantially the form required under the terms of the applicable Lease (or if not such form is specified or described then substantially in the form attached as Exhibit O hereto.)
Tenant Estoppel means an estoppel certificate or other statement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A or otherwise in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Buyer and Buyer’s financing sources from a tenant under a Space Lease, duly executed by the applicable tenant and with the required factual information inserted but with only the following additional changes by the applicable tenant: (a) non-material modifications thereof, (b) such tenant making note of items which constitute Permitted Liens, (c) modifications thereof to conform the same to the applicable Space Lease, and/or (d) such tenant referencing a general condition statement such as “we reserve all rights” (or words of similar import) or limiting its statements “to tenant’s knowledge” (or words of similar import, but excluding reservations relating to specific issues or alleged defaults).