STG Example Policy (Leasehold Estates) 5 - Insuring a Mortgage Affecting a Leasehold That Has Been Assigned
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INSURING A MORTGAGE AFFECTING A LEASEHOLD
THAT HAS BEEN ASSIGNED
Order No. To be filled out.
Policy No.: To be filled out.
Date of Policy: Month-Day-Year-Hour
Loan No.: To be filled out.
Amount of Insurance: $80,000.00
1. Name of Insured: ABC Corporation
2. The estate or interest in the land which is covered by this policy is the leasehold estate, as leasehold estate is defined in section 1(h) of the Conditions and Stipulations of this policy, created by the instrument herein referred to as the Lease which is identified as follows:
The leasehold estate created by the lease executed by Charlie Brown, as lessor, to Peppermint Patti, as lessee, dated October 31, 1987, recorded November 1, 1987, in Book XX, Page YY, and assigned to Snoopy Brown by the instrument dated October 1, 1988 and recorded October 3, 1988, 8:29 a.m., in Book XX, Page YY.
3. The leasehold term insured is: The primary term of 5 years, beginning October 31, 1987 and ending October 31, 1992.
4. Title to the estate or interest in the land is vested in: Snoopy Brown
5. The insured mortgage and assignments thereof, if any, are described as follows:
Mortgage dated October 1, 1988, recorded October 3, 1988 at 8:30 a.m., in Book XX, Page YY, executed by Snoopy Brown to ABC Corporation, stating that it secures the sum of $80,000.00.
6. The land referred to in this policy is described as follows:
LOT 1, BLOCK 1, ROYAL ACRES, a subdivision of land in Peanutsville City, Schultz County, State of Comics, according to the recorded plat thereof.
This policy does not insure against loss or damage (and the Company will not pay costs, attorneys' fees or expenses) which arise by reason of:
1. Rights or claims of parties in possession not shown by the public records.
2. Encroachments, overlaps, boundary line disputes, and any other matters which would be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the premises.
3. Easements or claims of easements not shown by the public records.
4. Any lien, or right to a lien, for services, labor, or material heretofore or hereafter furnished, imposed by law and not shown by the public records.
5. Taxes or special assessments which are not shown as existing liens by the public records.
6. Special Exceptions Affecting The Fee Simple
7. Special Exceptions Affecting The Leasehold Estate
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