Taking

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Taking. Any taking of any of the Leased Premises in or by condemnation or other eminent domain proceedings pursuant to any law, general or special, or by reason of any agreement with any condemnor in settlement of or under threat of any such condemnation or other eminent domain proceedings
Taking. Any permanent taking of any of the Leased Premises in or by condemnation or other eminent domain proceedings pursuant to any law, general or special, or by reason of any agreement with any condemnor in settlement of or under threat of any such condemnation or other eminent domain proceedings or by any other means, or any de facto condemnation.
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Taking. A taking or voluntary conveyance of title to or any interest in all or any part of the Premises, or the right to use all or any part thereof, pursuant to, as a result of, or in lieu or in anticipation of, the exercise of the right of condemnation, expropriation or eminent domain; and upon such a Taking the Premises, or such part thereof, shall be deemed to have been "taken."
Taking. (a) any taking or damaging of all or a portion of the Leased Premises (i) in or by condemnation or other eminent domain proceedings pursuant to any Law, general or special, or (ii) by reason of any agreement with any condemnor in settlement of or under threat of any such condemnation or other eminent domain proceeding, or (iii) by any other means, or (b) any de facto condemnation. The Taking shall be considered to have taken place as of the earlier of the date actual physical possession is... taken by the condemnor, or the date on which the right to compensation and damages accrues under the law applicable to the Leased Premises View More
Taking. As defined in Paragraph 5.1.
Taking. Means a taking by condemnation or eminent domain or a conveyance in lieu of such a taking.
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