Abandonment. If at any time during the term of this Agreement Tenant abandons the Premises or any part thereof, Landlord may, at Landlord's option, obtain possession of the Premises in the manner provided by law, and without becoming liable to Tenant for damages or for any payment of any kind whatever. Landlord may, at Landlord's discretion, as agent for Tenant, relet the Premises, or any part thereof, for the whole or any part thereof, for the whole or any part of the then unexpired term, and may receive and collect all rent payable by virtue of such reletting, and, at Landlord's option, hold Tenant liable for any difference between the rent that would have been payable under this Agreement during the balance of the unexpired term, if this Agreement had continued in force, and the net rent for such period realized by Landlord by means of such reletting. If Landlord's right of reentry is exercised following abandonment of the Premises by Tenant, then Landlord shall consider any personal property belonging to Tenant and left on the Premises to also have been abandoned, in which case Landlord may dispose of all such personal property in any manner Landlord shall deem proper and Landlord is hereby relieved of all liability for doing so.
Abandonment. If the Tenant vacates or abandons the Premises for a time-period that is the minimum set by State law or seven (7) days, whichever is less, the Landlord shall have the right to terminate this Agreement immediately and remove all belongings including any personal property off of the Premises. If the Tenant vacates or abandons the Premises, the Landlord shall immediately have the right to terminate this Agreement.
Abandonment. If the assigned bedroom space or an apartment is abandoned or Resident’s right to use them has been terminated, Owner may, without notice, secure the bedroom space and/or apartment with new locks, store or dispose of any personal property left in the bedroom space or apartment by Resident or Resident's Guests, and re-assign the bedroom space and/or apartment to others for use. Any such abandoned property or personal possessions shall be stored and disposed of by Owner as provided by law. Owner, in its sole reasonable discretion in accordance with applicable law, will determine when a bedroom and/or apartment is abandoned, which may take into consideration any one of the following: the removal of personal property from the bedroom space other than in the usual course of continuing use, the failure to pay housing charges or other charges, discontinuance of any utility service, and failure to respond to any notices, phone calls, or correspondence from Owner or its representatives.
Abandonment. Tenant shall not vacate or abandon the Premises at any time during the term of this Lease and if Tenant shall abandon, vacate or surrender said Premises, or be dispossessed by the process of law, or otherwise, any personal property belonging to Tenant and left on the Premises shall be deemed to be abandoned, at the option of Landlord, except such property as may be mortgaged to Landlord.
Abandonment. If Tenant abandons the Property of any personal property during the term of this Agreement, Landlord may at is option enter the Property by any legal means without liability to Tenant and may at Landlord’s option terminate the Agreement. Abandonment is defined as the absence of the Tenants from the Property for at least consecutive days without notice to Landlord. If Tenant abandons the Property while the rent is outstanding for more than days and there is no reasonable evidence, other than the presence of the Tenants’ personal property, that the Tenant is occupying the unit, Landlord may at Landlord’s option terminate this Agreement and regain possession in the manner prescribed by law. The Landlord will dispose of all abandoned personal property on the Property in any manner allowed by law ATTORNEYS' FEES. Should it become necessary for Landlord to employ an attorney to enforce any of the conditions or covenants hereof, including the collection of rentals or gaining possession of the Property, Tenant agrees to pay all expenses so incurred, including a reasonable attorneys' fee.
Abandonment. In the event that the Tenant(s) abandons the Property the Landlord may declare the Lease terminated, recover possession of the Property, enter the premises, remove the Tenant’s belongings and lease the same to another without incurring any liability to the Tenant for doing the same. In the event of the abandonment of the Property, the Landlord may recover from the Tenant unpaid rent until the Property is leased to another person or otherwise occupied by the Landlord or another under the Landlord’s right. ATTORNEYS' FEES. In the event that Landlord should require the services of an attorney, file a suit or resort to other procedures in order to compel the Tenant’s compliance with the Tenant’s obligations, the terms of this Lease or other applicable laws, rules or codes, the Tenant agrees to reimburse all expenses incurred by the Landlord in doing the same.
Abandonment. If the Resident vacates the Room for a period greater than 15 days prior to the expiry of the Term without the Manager’s prior Agreement, the Room will be deemed abandoned by the Resident. In that event, the Manager may (i) repossess the Room without liability to the Manager, and (ii) enter into an Agreement for the occupancy of the Room with a third party.
Abandonment. Abandonment shall have occurred if, without notifying the Landlord, the Tenant is absent from the Premises for the State-mandated minimum time-period, or seven (7) days, whichever length of time is less. In the event of Abandonment, the Landlord will have the right to immediately terminate the Agreement and remove the Tenant’s personal possessions.
Abandonment. If Tenant is absent from the Property for 7 (seven) or more days, during which time Tenant owes Rent or any other monies, Tenant shall be considered to have abandoned the Property and be in breach of this Lease. This definition of abandonment shall not impair the rights of Landlord under this Lease or other applicable law. In case of abandonment, however, Landlord may immediately enter and re-take the Property as permitted under applicable law and terminate this Lease, with no notice to Tenant. Landlord may also dispose of any of Tenant's belongings in accordance with applicable Texas law.
Abandonment. Tenant shall abandon the Premises. Tenant shall not be deemed to have abandoned the Premises if (i) Tenant provides Landlord with reasonable advance notice prior to vacating and, at the time of vacating the Premises, Tenant completes Tenant’s obligations with respect to the Surrender Plan in compliance with Section 28, (ii) Tenant has made reasonable arrangements with Landlord for the security of the Premises for the balance of the Term, and (iii) Tenant continues during the balance of the Term to satisfy all of its obligations under the Lease as they come due.