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(i) Payment to Investor for Investor s Investment as set forth in Section 4 above. (ii) The performance of each agreement of the Homebuyers incorporated by reference or contained herein. (c) Homebuyers acknowledge that their Fifty percent (50%) interest in the House is subject to Notes and Mortgages securing the House in the amount of One Hundred Seventeen Thousand Dollars ($117,000) to the Bank, plus any and all investments made by the Investor as def ined in this Agreement. (d) Homebuyers agree to maintain the House at their sole expense and to be responsible for any and all repairs or improvements up to One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500.00). Homebuyers shall not make, or allow to be made, any major repairs or capital improvements to the House without having f irst obtained the written consent of the Investor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. A major repair or capital improvement shall be def ined as any improvement in excess of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) in value. The fair value of the Homebuyers labor shall be considered in his calculation. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, Homebuyers may make any reasonable emergency repair necessary to preserve and maintain the House. Any repair expense in excess of One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($1,500) shall be paid according to each party s ownership in the House. When the House is sold at the termination of this Agreement, or Investor purchases Homebuyers interests pursuant to Section 10, Homebuyers shall be entitled to recover the lesser of the actual amount they expended on any approved capital improvement, or the increase in the value of the House due to such capital improvement prior to the allocation of any prof it between them resulting from such sale. (e) Homebuyers shall not dispose of any real or personal property, other than furniture and personal effects not acquired as part of the purchase, connected with the House without written consent of the Investor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. (f ) Upon signing this Agreement, the Homebuyers shall pay for a homeowners insurance policy naming the Investor as a co-insured. Fire and casualty insurance coverage shall be a replacement value policy with the amount not less than One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) for property. In the event of total loss, Homebuyers shall f irst assign their interest in monies paid by the insurance company to the investor to cover his Investment. Any excess monies shall then be divided equally based on each party s ownership interest. In the event of a loss of the Homebuyers personal property, Investor shall assign his interest of any monies paid by the
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(c) If the Closing shall occur before a new tax rate is f ixed, the apportionment of taxes shall be based upon the old tax rate for the prior period applied to the latest assessed valuation. (d) If there is a water, electric, or other utility meter on the premises, the Seller shall furnish a reading to a date not more than Ten (10) days prior to the Closing, and the charges, if any, shall be apportioned on the basis of the last reading. (e) The Seller may credit the Purchaser, as an adjustment to the purchase price, with the amount of any unpaid taxes, assessments, water charges and sewer rents, together with any interest and penalties, to a date not less than Ten (10) days after the Closing, provided that the off icial bills, computed to that date, are provided to the Purchaser at Closing. 14. Default by Seller. If the Seller is unable to convey title in accordance with the terms of this Contract, the sole liability of the Seller will be to refund to the Purchaser the amounts paid on account of this Contract, plus all reasonable charges made for examination of title and any additional searches made under this Contract, including the survey, termite, and structural inspection charges. Upon such refund and payment this Contract shall be considered canceled, and neither the Seller nor the Purchaser shall have any further rights against the other by reason of this Contract. 15. Closing. The closing of this transaction shall include the payment of the purchase price to the Seller and the delivery to the Purchaser the deed described in Section 16 below (the Closing ). The Closing will take place at the Seller s attorney s off ice at 100 Legal Street, Centerville, Onestate, on or above 11:00 A.M., February 1, 2000. 16. Deed. At the Closing the Seller shall deliver to the Purchaser a bargain and sale with covenants against grantor s acts deed in the proper statutory form for recording to transfer full ownership, fee simple title, to the Premises, free of all encumbrances except as stated in this Contract (the Deed ). 17. Quality of Title. (a) The Seller shall give and the Purchaser shall accept such title as a reputable title company which regularly conducts business in this State will be willing to approve and insure at standard rates with their standard form of title insurance policy. This title insurance policy must transfer ownership of the property to the Purchaser free of any rights and claims except the following: (i) restrictive covenants of record which do not and will not impair the normal use of the property; (ii) utility and similar easements
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correction that can be achieved for ionospheric and tropospheric delays is excellent when the two receivers are in close proximity, say, up to 20 km. At larger separations the ionospheric=tropospheric propagation delays to the receivers become less correlated, and residual errors after correction are correspondingly larger. Nonetheless, substantial corrections can often be made with receiver separations as large as 100 200 km. Differential operation is ineffective against errors due to multipath, because these errors are strictly local to each of the two receivers. Corrections in the Measurement Domain Versus the Solution Domain In the broadest sense there are two ways that differential corrections can be made. In the measurement domain, corrections are determined for pseudorange measurements to each satellite in view of the reference receiver, and the user simply applies the corrections corresponding to the satellites the roving receiver is observing. On the other hand, in the solution domain approach, the reference station computes the position error that results from pseudorange measurements to a set of satellites, and this is applied as a correction to the user's computed position. A signi cant drawback to the solution domain approach is that the user and reference station must use exactly the same set of satellites if the position correction is to be valid. In most cases the reference station does not know which satellites can be received by the roving receiver (e.g., some might be blocked by obstacles) and therefore would have to transmit the position corrections for many possible sets of satellites. The impracticality of doing this strongly favors the use of the measurement domain method. Real-Time Versus Postprocessed Corrections In some applications, such as surveying, it is not necessary to obtain differentially corrected position solutions in real time. In these applications it is common practice to obtain corrected positions at a later time by bringing together recorded data from both receivers. No referenceto-user data link is necessary if the recorded data from both receivers can be physically transported to a common computer for processing. However, in the vast majority of cases it is imperative that corrections be applied as soon as the user has enough pseudorange measurements to obtain a position solution. When the user needs to know his or her corrected position in real time, current pseudorange corrections can be transmitted from the reference receiver to the user via a radio or telephone link, and the user can use them in the positioning calculations. This capability requires a user receiver input port for receiving and using differential correction messages. A standardized format of these messages has been recommended by Special Committee 104 (SC-104), established by the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Service (RTCM) in 1983. Details on this format appear in [70]. 4.2.6 Pseudosatellite Compatibility
vN north velocity (m=s) vE east velocity (m=s) o rotation rate of the earth fgeodetic current geodetic latitude rT transverse (east west) radius of curvature (m) of reference ellipsoid surface at current latitude (see Fig. 6.17) rM meridional (north south) radius of curvature (m) of reference ellipsoid surface at current latitude (see Fig. 6.16) h current altitude (m) above reference ellipsoid a polar radius (semimajor axis of reference ellipsoid) p e reference ellipsoid model eccentricity, a2 b2 =a, where b polar radius Coriolis Correction Platform coordinates referenced to north and east are not inertial coordinates, and the resulting Coriolis effect must be compensated as an east acceleration correction, daE % 72:92115 10 6 vN sin fgeodetic ; 6:49
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