Title Insurance Policies definition

Title Insurance Policies means, with respect to each Individual Property, an ALTA mortgagee title insurance policy in a form acceptable to Lender (or, if an Individual Property is in a State which does not permit the issuance of such ALTA policy, such form as shall be permitted in such State and acceptable to Lender) issued with respect to such Individual Property and insuring the lien of the Mortgage encumbering such Individual Property.
Title Insurance Policies means the mortgagee’s policies of title insurance issued by the Title Company from time to time relating to each of the Security Instruments, conforming to the requirements of Section 111 of the DUS Guide, together with such endorsements, coinsurance, reinsurance and direct access agreements with respect to such policies as the Lender may, from time to time, consider necessary or appropriate, whether or not required by the DUS Guide, including Revolving Credit Endorsements, if available, and Tie-In Endorsements, if available, and with a limit of liability under the policy (subject to the limitations contained in Sections 6(a)(i) and 6(a)(iii) of the Stipulations and Conditions of the policy) equal to the Commitment.
Title Insurance Policies means the lender’s title insurance policies issued to Agent with respect to the Mortgaged Properties.

Examples of Title Insurance Policies in a sentence

  • All public utilities necessary or convenient to the full use and enjoyment of each Individual Property are located either in the public right-of-way abutting such Individual Property (which are connected so as to serve such Individual Property without passing over other property) or in recorded easements serving such Individual Property and such easements are set forth in and insured by the Title Insurance Policies.

  • Lender also shall have received evidence that all premiums in respect of such Title Insurance Policies have been paid.

  • Each such Survey shall reflect the same legal description contained in the Title Insurance Policies relating to such Individual Property and shall include, among other things, a metes and bounds description (or other description reasonably satisfactory to Lender) of the real property comprising part of such Individual Property reasonably satisfactory to Lender.

  • Commitments for ALTA Owner’s Title Insurance Policies for the Property, issued by Title Company in the full amount of the Consideration, agreeing to insure title to the Property on or after the Contract Date, showing Seller as owner of the Property, and indicating the conditions upon which Title Company will issue full extended coverage over all general title exceptions contained in such policies, and including such endorsements as Buyer may request.

  • All public utilities necessary or convenient to the full use and enjoyment of each Individual Property are located in the public right-of-way abutting such Individual Property (which utilities are connected so as to serve such Individual Property without passing over other property) or are in recorded, irrevocable easements serving such Individual Property and such easements are set forth in and insured by the Title Insurance Policies.


More Definitions of Title Insurance Policies

Title Insurance Policies means, with respect to the Property, one or more ALTA mortgagee title insurance policies in the form (acceptable to Lender) (or, if the Property is in a State which does not permit the issuance of such ALTA policy, such form as shall be permitted in such State and acceptable to Lender) issued with respect to the Property and insuring the lien of the Mortgage encumbering the Property.
Title Insurance Policies shall have the meaning set forth in the Mortgage Loan Agreement.
Title Insurance Policies means the lender’s title insurance policies issued to the Collateral Agent with respect to the Mortgaged Properties (if any).
Title Insurance Policies. As defined in Section 2.03(a).
Title Insurance Policies means, collectively, the policies of title insurance, in Proper Form, in face amounts satisfactory to Agent, issued in favor of Agent by a title insurance company satisfactory to Agent and insuring that title to the Mortgaged Properties is vested in Borrower, free and clear of any Lien other than Permitted Liens and that each Mortgage creates a valid first and prior lien on all the Mortgaged Properties affected by such Mortgage, subject only to such exceptions as may be approved by Agent, together with any endorsements thereto reasonably requested by Agent. Each of said policies shall contain a complete and accurate description of the applicable Mortgages, shall specify the recording and filing information applicable to it and shall describe the Mortgaged Properties identically to the description thereof in such Mortgage.
Title Insurance Policies means an ALTA title insurance policy (or a title insurance policy promulgated by the Laws of the state in which the Property is located if an ALTA insurance policy is not available), issued by the Title Company in an amount equal to sixty percent (60%) of the Appraised Value of the relevant Property, insuring that the Mortgages constitute a valid lien covering the Property and all Improvements thereon, having the priority required by Administrative Agent and subject only to those exceptions and encumbrances (regardless of rank or priority) Administrative Agent approves, in a form acceptable to Administrative Agent, and as satisfactory to Administrative Agent with all “standard” exceptions which can be deleted, including the exception for matters which a current survey would show, deleted to the fullest extent authorized under applicable title insurance rules, and Borrower shall (or shall cause the applicable Mortgagor to) satisfy all requirements therefor permitted; containing no exception for standby fees or real estate taxes or assessments other than those for the year in which the closing occurs to the extent the same are not then due and payable and endorsed “not yet due and payable” and for subsequent years; providing full coverage against mechanics’ and materialmens’ liens to the extent authorized under applicable title insurance rules, and Borrower shall (or shall cause the applicable Mortgagor to) satisfy all requirements therefor; insuring that no restrictive covenants shown in the Title Insurance Policy have been violated, and that no violation of the restrictions will result in a reversion or forfeiture of title; insuring all appurtenant easements; insuring that fee simple indefeasible or marketable (as coverage is available) fee simple (or, for ground leasehold, valid leasehold) title to the Property and Improvements is vested in Borrower; containing such affirmative coverage and endorsements as Administrative Agent may require and are available under applicable title insurance rules, and Borrower shall (or shall cause the applicable Mortgagor to) satisfy all requirements therefor; insuring any easements, leasehold estates or other matters appurtenant to or benefiting the Property and/or the Improvements as part of the insured estate; insuring the right of access to the Property to the extent