Title Objections definition

Title Objections means any exceptions to title to which Buyer is entitled and timely objects in accordance with the terms of Subsection 4.2.1(a).
Title Objections means any defects in title (including any Record Exceptions which are not acceptable to Buyer) or survey (including the description of the Land) which may be revealed by Buyer’s examinations thereof to which Buyer timely objects in accordance with the terms of Paragraph 4.3.
Title Objections means any liens, encumbrances, claims or exceptions that, in Buyer's reasonable judgement are unacceptable.

Examples of Title Objections in a sentence

In the event Grantor is notified by Grantee of any such objections to title (collectively, “ Title Objections”), Grantor shall have fifteen (15) days from receipt of such written notice within which to notify Grantee in writing (“Grantor’s Title Letter”) of those Title Objections which Grantor shall satisfy or otherwise cure or remove prior to Closing.

Grantor’s failure to timely provide such Grantor’s Title Letter shall be deemed Seller’s refusal to cure such Title Objections.

Purchaser shall have five (5) days after the date of receipt of the Title Commitment to notify Seller in writing of any easements, rights-of-way, encroachments, conflicts, protrusions, liens, encumbrances, restrictions, conditions, covenants or other matters creating a cloud on title to the Property (hereinafter collectively called the Exceptions) with respect to the Property revealed thereby which are unacceptable to Purchaser (Purchaser’s Title Objections).

Optionor shall be responsible for (a) the costs of its legal counsel, advisors and other professionals employed by it in connection with the sale of the Premises, (b) the costs associated with terminating any contracts or employees, and (c) any recording fees relating to remove any Title Objections.

If the Sellers shall fail to respond to any Objection Notice within seven (7) Business Days after receipt of such Objection Notice, then the Sellers shall be deemed to have declined to take any action to discharge such Title Objections.


More Definitions of Title Objections

Title Objections means any objections of Developer to any Existing Objections, as set forth in a written notice to City in reasonable detail.
Title Objections means Plymouth’s written objections to one or more of the Title Exceptions.
Title Objections means Purchaser's objections to the condition of title as set forth in the Title Commitment which affect the validity or merchantability of Seller's title or the use of the Property contemplated by the Purchaser.
Title Objections means any defects in title (including any Record Exceptions which are not acceptable to Buyer) or survey (including the description of the Land) which may be revealed by Buyer’s examinations thereof (i) to which Buyer timely objects in accordance with the terms of Section 4.3, or (ii) which are Required Removal Items.
Title Objections means any easement, encroachment, restriction or other title condition or exception with respect to an Individual Property, which (a) renders such Individual Property unmarketable, (b) will prohibit or materially impair Purchaser's intended use of such Individual Property as a skilled nursing facility or an assisted living facility, (c) currently causes a Material violation or is currently Materially violated, (d) imposes or will impose a Material charge or assessment on such Individual Property and/or the owner thereof (excluding however any customary governmental assessments and property taxes), (e) will likely require the Material alteration or Material removal of any Improvements, (f) Materially decreases the value of such Individual Property, (g) prevents legal and actual ingress and egress to and from such Individual Property via legally and actually open streets and/or valid and recorded perpetual easements which are sufficient to operate the Individual Property as a skilled nursing center or an assisted living facility, as applicable, (h) renders title to such Individual Property uninsurable at promulgated rates in the State of Florida by the Title Company, and/or (i) the Title Company (1) refuses to insure the contiguity of all parcels of land, if there is more than one parcel comprising such Individual Property, (2) refuses to insure the easements or other rights benefiting the Individual Property, or (3) will only insure such contiguity or such easements and/or other rights upon the payment of an additional material premium.
Title Objections means any exceptions to coverage enumerated in Schedule B of the Title Commitment and any matters shown on the Survey to which Buyer timely objects in accordance with the terms of Section 4.2.