Title Policy

Example Definitions of "Title Policy"
Title Policy. One California standard form owner's policy of title insurance, without endorsement, for the Property issued to Purchaser in the amount of the Purchase Price by Title Company as issuing agent for an underwriter insurer reasonably acceptable to Purchaser
Title Policy. Shall mean the extended coverage ALTA Owner's Policy of Title Insurance dated the date of Closing issued by the Title Company in the amount of the Purchase Price for the Property, and containing, unless prohibited by applicable statutes or regulations, such endorsements as are reasonably required by Purchaser. The Title Policy shall insure as separate insured parcels any material easement rights running to the benefit of the Property.
Title Policy. Standard form of ALTA Owner's Policy of Title Insurance dated the date of Closing issued by the Title Company in the amount of the Purchase Price for the Property, and containing, unless prohibited by applicable statutes or regulations, such endorsements as are reasonably required by Purchaser.
Title Policy. An ALTA extended coverage Owner's Policy of Title Insurance in the amount of the Purchase Price, dated effective as of the date the Deed is recorded and insuring Buyer (or its nominee or assignee, as permitted herein) as the owner of good and indefeasible fee simple title to the Real Property, free from all Liens other than Permitted Exceptions. As used herein, the term "Title Policy" shall exclude endorsements Buyer may request or require.
Title Policy. The meaning set forth in paragraph (f) of Schedule 1(a)
Title Policy. The meaning set forth in the Loan Agreement.
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