SCHEDULE B, PART II (Continued)
Document Number 99-173, in Book 323, Page 76, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. (For further particulars see record)
49. Right of way Permanent Easement to the City of Barry for constructing wells and/or a water main, dated January 5, 2006 and recorded January 6, 2006 as Document Number 2006-65, in Book 708, page 58, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. 50. Donation of Right of Way for Public Road Purposes to the People of the County of Pike dated March 22, 2004 and recorded March 24, 2004 as Document Number 2004-1103, in Highway Record E, Page 9, Slide 27, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. 51. Donation of Right of way for Public Road Purposes to the People of the County of Pike dated March 23, 2004 and recorded March 24, 2004 as Document Number 2004-1104, in Highway Record E, Page 9, slide 27, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. 52. Lease Agreement by and between Blue Creek Pork, LLC and Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative dated April 23, 2012 and recorded April 24, 2012 as Document Number 2012-1158, in Book 818, page 76, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. (Tract 5) (For further particulars see record)
53. Manure Easement Agreement by and between James D. Borrowman, Trustee of The James D.
Borrowman Trust dated January 11, 2010 (Grantor) and Blue Creek Pork, L.L.C., an Illinois limited liability company (Grantee), dated April 26, 2012 and recorded April 26, 2012 as Document Number 2012-1195, in Book 818, page 113, Recorder's Office of Pike County, Illinois. (For further particulars see record)
54. Terms, provisions, and conditions as set forth in the documents creating the easements described in Schedule A herein as Tracts 2, 3 and 4.
55. Purported unrecorded lease agreement between Maschhoffs, LLC and Blue Creek Pork, L.L.C. (NOTE: It is our understanding that Blue Creek Pork, L.L.C. has assigned all assets, etc. over to Blue Creek Pork LLC, an Illinois limited liability company.) 56. Any right, interest or claim that may exist, arise or be asserted against the Title under or pursuant to the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act of 1930, as amended, 7 USC 499a et seq., the Packers and Stockyard Act of 1921, as amended, 7 USC 181 et seq., or any similar state laws. 57. For each policy to be issued as identified in Schedule A, Item 2; the Company shall not be liable under this commitment until it receives a purchase price and a designation for a Proposed Insured, acceptable to the Company. As provided in Commitment Condition 4, the Company may amend this commitment to add, among other things, additional exceptions or requirements after the designation of the Proposed Insured.
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