Abandonment of Property Sample Clauses

Abandonment of Property. We need not accept any property abandoned by an "insured".
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Abandonment of Property. We need not accept any property abandoned by you.
Abandonment of Property. There can be no abandonment of property to us.
Abandonment of Property. We may take the property or any part of it at the agreed or appraised value, but an insured may not abandon the covered property to us unless we specifically agree.
Abandonment of Property. If Tenant and all other persons entitled under this rental agreement to occupy the unit are absent from the Unit, without notice, for thirty-two (32) days and rent for that period is unpaid, Landlord has the right to consider that the Tenant has abandoned the Unit. Any of Tenant's remaining personal property shall be considered abandoned and disposed of by Landlord as allowed by section 5-10-130 (e) and (f) of the Residential Landlord and Tenant Ordinance.
Abandonment of Property. Tenant belongings/possessions left behind by Tenants after move out and after turn in of keys will be treated as abandoned and disposed of or donated by Landlord. No exceptions unless with written approval from Landlord.
Abandonment of Property. Subject to applicable state law, any property of the Lessee remaining on the Premises, in any general storage space, or otherwise in or about the Premises after the termination hereof shall be deemed to be abandoned by the Lessee, and Landlord may remove and dispose of such property without any liability to Landlord therefore, and said property so abandoned shall be and become the property of the Landlord.
Abandonment of Property. Any personal property of Tenant or of any Residential Tenant, or subtenant of a Residential Tenant which shall remain on the Premises for ten (10) days after the termination of this Lease and after the removal of Tenant or such Residential Tenant, or subtenant of a Residential Tenant from the Premises, may, at the option of Landlord, be deemed to have been abandoned by Tenant or such Residential Tenant, or subtenant of a Residential Tenant and either may be retained by Landlord as its property or be disposed of, without accountability, in such manner as Landlord may see fit. Landlord shall not be responsible for any loss or damage occurring to any such property owned by Tenant or any Residential Tenant, or subtenant of a Residential Tenant.
Abandonment of Property. 14.1 Subject to Section 14.2, should the Optionee, in its sole discretion, determine that some but not all of the Property no longer warrant further exploration and development or for any such other reason that the Optionee determines that it no longer want to further explore and develop some but not all of the Property (the “Abandoned Property”), then the Optionee may abandon such Abandoned Property, so long as the Optionee provides the Optionors with 60 days notice of its intention to so abandon such property and, if the Optionors then provides within 20 days of the receipt of the notice from the Optionee, a written request that the Optionee transfer such Abandoned Property to the Optionors (the “Transfer Request”), then the Optionee shall forthwith provide a recordable transfer of such Abandoned Property to the Optionors.