Title Insurance Policy definition

Title Insurance Policy. A title insurance policy maintained with respect to a Mortgage Loan.
Title Insurance Policy means, with respect to the Property, an ALTA mortgagee title insurance policy 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 Policy means a mortgagee’s loan policy, in form and substance satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, together with all endorsements made from time to time thereto, issued to the Collateral Agent by or on behalf of a title insurance company selected by or otherwise satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, insuring the Lien created by a Mortgage in an amount and on terms and with such endorsements satisfactory to the Collateral Agent, delivered to the Collateral Agent.

Examples of Title Insurance Policy in a sentence

  • Title Company provides RDA with a copy of the Title Insurance Policy insuring the RDA’s interest in the property.

  • Seller shall pay the Standard Owner’s Title Insurance Policy premium in the full amount of the Purchase Price along with any title search and exam fees, if any.

  • Closing will be conditioned on the agreement of the Title Company to issue an Owner’s Title Insurance Policy, dated as of the Closing Date, in an amount equal to the Purchase Price, insuring that Buyer will own insurable fee simple title to the Property subject only to: the Title Company’s standard exceptions; current real property taxes and assessments; survey exceptions; the rights of parties in possession pursuant to the Lease; the Permitted Exceptions, as defined herein.

  • Buyer shall pay the full cost of any endorsements to the Owner’s Title Insurance Policy and the full cost of any extended coverage as Buyer may require for such policy.

  • The City shall be provided with a Mortgagee’s Title Insurance Policy satisfactory to the City, in the amount of the Rehabilitation Loan, and issued by a title insurance company licensed in the State of Wisconsin.


More Definitions of Title Insurance Policy

Title Insurance Policy means a title insurance policy maintained with respect to a Mortgage Loan issued on the date of origination of the related Mortgage Loan.
Title Insurance Policy 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 located 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 Security Instrument encumbering such Individual Property.
Title Insurance Policy shall have the meaning set forth in the Mortgage Loan Agreement.
Title Insurance Policy means, with respect to each Property or multiple Properties encumbered by the same Mortgage, an ALTA mortgagee title insurance policy issued by a title insurance company reasonably acceptable to Lender containing such endorsements as Lender may reasonably require (to the extent available in the state where the Property or the Properties, as applicable, are located) in a form reasonably acceptable to Lender (or, if such Property or the Properties, as applicable, are located in a state which does not permit the issuance of such ALTA policy, such form as shall be permitted in such state and determined that is reasonably acceptable to Lender) issued with respect to such Property or Properties, as applicable, and insuring the Lien of the Mortgage Documents encumbering such Property or Properties, as applicable (subject to Permitted Liens).
Title Insurance Policy means the mortgagee title insurance policy issued with respect to the Property and insuring the lien of the Mortgage.