|AMAZON COM INC filed this Form 10-K on 01/30/2013|
3.2 Title Commitment and Survey. Seller has provided to Purchaser a title insurance commitment with an effective date of [VARIES]5 (Commitment) for an Owners Policy of Title Insurance (Commitment No. [VARIES]5) from First American Title Insurance Company (Title Company), covering the Land, together with copies of all instruments reflected as exceptions set forth therein, as well as a copy of Sellers existing ALTA survey of the Land prepared by Bush, Roed & Hitchings Inc. (Surveyor), Job No. [VARIES]5, and dated [VARIES]5 (Survey). With respect to any title or survey matters first arising after the Effective Date and on or prior to the Closing (a Title Objection), other than any of the Permitted Exceptions (to which Purchaser shall have no right to object), Purchaser shall have until the earlier of (i) five (5) Business Days after Purchasers discovery of such Title Objection or (ii) the Closing Date to notify Seller in writing of Purchasers objection thereto. In any case, any monetary exceptions arising after the Effective Date (other than taxes and LID assessments) shall be paid by Seller on or before Closing. If Purchaser shall timely notify Seller of any Title Objections, Seller shall have the right, but not the obligation, to cure such Title Objection(s) in its sole and absolute discretion other than monetary exceptions and title encumbrances created by or through Seller following the Effective Date, not otherwise approved by Purchaser, which shall be removed at Closing. Within three (3) Business Days after receipt of Purchasers notice of Title Objection(s), with the Closing automatically extended, if necessary, to allow for such response period, but in no event beyond the Designated Closing Date without Sellers approval, Seller shall notify Purchaser in writing whether Seller elects to attempt to cure such Title Objection(s). Failure of Seller to give such notice within said three (3) Business Day period shall be deemed an election by Seller not to cure such Title Objection(s). If Seller elects or is deemed to have elected not to cure any Title Objection(s) specified in Purchasers notice, Purchaser shall have the following options, to be given by written notice to the Seller within five (5) Business Days after Purchasers receipt of Sellers notice electing not to cure such objection(s) (or, if Seller fails to deliver such notice, within five (5) Business Days after the day on which Seller was required to deliver such notice): (a) to accept a conveyance of the Property subject to the Permitted Exceptions, specifically including any matters objected to by Purchaser that Seller has elected, or is deemed to have elected, not to cure (which such matter(s) shall thereafter be deemed to be a Permitted Exception), without reduction of the Purchase Price, or (b) to terminate this Agreement by sending written notice thereof to Seller and Escrow Agent, and upon delivery of such notice of termination, this Agreement shall terminate and the Deposit shall be returned to Purchaser, and thereafter neither party hereto shall have any further rights, obligations, or liabilities hereunder except for those matters that expressly survive termination of this Agreement. If there is any exception, other than a Permitted Exception, which can be remedied by the payment of money, then such exception shall be remedied by paying the same at Closing out of the proceeds otherwise due to Seller.