Vacant Property definition

Vacant Property means, individually, and “Vacant Properties” means, collectively, the Properties listed on Schedule XI attached hereto which are not leased to or occupied by any Tenant as of the Cut-Off Date.
Vacant Property means property on which no building exists or on which a building exists but any such building is no longer utilized for any business, commercial or residential purposes.
Vacant Property means, individually, and “Vacant Properties” means, collectively, the Properties listed on Schedule IX attached hereto which are not leased to or occupied by any Tenant as of the Cut-Off Date. The parties hereto agree that Schedule IX shall be revised to reflect the final list of Vacant Properties agreed to in the Purchase Agreement.

Examples of Vacant Property in a sentence

The individual or representative of the firm responsible for maintaining the Abandoned and Vacant property shall be available by telephone or in person on a twenty-four-hour per day, seven-day per week basis.

The registration statement shall include the name, street address, telephone number, and email address (if applicable) of the firm and the actual name(s) of the firm's individual principal(s) responsible for maintaining the Abandoned and Vacant property.


More Definitions of Vacant Property

Vacant Property. – means any land without any improvements thereon;
Vacant Property. – means any land without any improvements thereon (empty stands), hotels, hostels, old-age homes and accommodation establishments, irrespective of their zoning or intended use, have been specifically excluded from this property category;
Vacant Property means residential, commercial, industrial, or mixed use real property that has not been lawfully occupied and maintained, actively marketed for rental, or under active construction for a continuous period of forty-five (45) days or more, or, notwithstanding the foregoing, any residential, commercial, or mixed use property in which more than half of the exterior windows or doors of a building are broken, boarded, or without a functioning locking mechanism.
Vacant Property means any building to be used as a residence or for commercial or industrial purposes, which is unoccupied and lacks habitual presence of human beings for a period of six months or more. Property which is used on a seasonal basis shall not be deemed vacant for purposes of this Ordinance. Property determined to be “abandoned” under this Ordinance must be determined to be “vacant” for purposes of this Ordinance.
Vacant Property means a vacant lot on which no building or other structure exists or property on which any structure is unoccupied or unused, or which otherwise reflects abandonment by the owner or person with the right of occupancy.
Vacant Property means any lot, parcel, or other division of land in commercial or mixed use districts as delineated on the City Zoning Map that is not currently in use and has less than seventy-five percent (75%) of its surface area covered by any properly maintained landscaping, permanent structures, or other physical improvements such as walls, paving, fencing or benches, but not including plastic sheeting. Furthermore, the surface area not covered by any landscaping, permanent structures, or other improvements shall have remained uncovered for a period of sixty (60) days prior to the determination that the property is vacant pursuant to this Chapter.
Vacant Property means property, whether or not improved, which is not occupied by any person. (2-21-81; 4-24-82; Ord. No. 85-43, 2-1-86; Ord. No. 96-7, 5-11-96; Ord. No. 12-08, 6-16-12)