Permitted Exceptions

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Permitted Exceptions. Collectively, (a) liens for taxes, assessments and governmental charges not yet due and payable or due and payable but not yet delinquent; (b) the Leases, and (c) such other nonmonetary encumbrances with respect to the Property as may be shown on any supplemental title report which are not objected to by the Purchaser (or which are objected to, and subsequently waived, by the Purchaser) in accordance with Section 3.1.
Permitted Exceptions. Collectively, (a) liens for taxes, assessments and governmental charges not yet due and payable or due and payable but not yet delinquent; payable; (b) the Leases, and (c) such other nonmonetary encumbrances with respect to the Property as may be shown on any supplemental title report which are not objected to by the Purchaser (or which are objected to, and subsequently waived, by the Purchaser) in accordance with Section 3.1.
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Permitted Exceptions. Those recorded easements, restrictions, liens and encumbrances set forth as exceptions in the title insurance policies issued by Title Company to Lender and approved by Lender in its sole discretion in connection with the closing of the Loan
Permitted Exceptions. Those certain title exceptions set forth in Exhibit 6 attached hereto that are approved by Buyer in accordance with the terms of Article 6 hereof
Permitted Exceptions. Those matters listed in Exhibit B hereto to which the interest of Borrower in the Real Property may be subject and any such other title exceptions, if any, as Lender, or its counsel, may approve in advance in writing.
Permitted Exceptions. Those items described on Exhibit B attached hereto and those items agreed to by Buyer and Seller during its Inspection Period with respect to title for each of the Premises
Permitted Exceptions. The Master ECR, the Sam's ECR, the rights of tenants, as tenants only, under the Space Leases, the use restrictions contained in the Space Leases, and those certain title and survey exceptions set forth in the survey or the title commitment to be received by Purchaser, which Purchaser shall have approved or be deemed to have waived its objections pursuant to Article 7.
Permitted Exceptions. All of the following: applicable zoning and building ordinances and land use regulations for which there is no violation, the lien of taxes and assessments not yet delinquent, any exclusions from coverage set forth in the jacket of any Owner's Policy of Title Insurance, any exceptions caused by Buyer, its agents, representatives or employees, the rights of the tenants, as tenants only, under the Leases, public utility easements of record without encroachment by any of the Improvements, and any... matters deemed to constitute Permitted Exceptions under Section 5(d) hereof. View More
Permitted Exceptions. All matters affecting title to the Property approved, deemed approved or waived by Buyer in accordance with Sections 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3
Permitted Exceptions. All of the following: applicable zoning and building ordinances and land use regulations; the lien of taxes and assessments not due and payable as of the Closing Date; any matter set forth in, and exclusions from coverage set forth in, the Owner's Policy of Title Insurance; any exceptions caused by Buyer, its agents, representatives or employees; the rights of the tenants, as tenants only, under the Leases; easements, covenants, conditions and restrictions of record; matters that would be... disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the Property; any recorded plat affecting the Property; and any matters deemed to constitute Permitted Exceptions under Section 5(d) hereof. View More
Permitted Exceptions. Means (A) the matters described on Exhibit D, (B) access and utility easements encumbering the Project entered into by Landlord or Sublandlord in accordance with the Master Lease, (C) the Incentive Agreements, and (D) the lien for real property taxes that are not yet delinquent.
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