ADA Accessibility of the Premises. Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 1938, Landlord hereby notifies Tenant that the Premises have not undergone inspection by a Certified Access Specialist. A Certified Access Specialist (CASp) can inspect the subject Premises and determine whether the subject Premises comply with all of the applicable construction-related accessibility standards under state law. Although state law does not require a CASp inspection of the subject Premises, the commercial property owner or lessor may not prohibit the lessee or tenant from obtaining a CASp inspection of the subject Premises for the occupancy or potential occupancy of the lessee or tenant, if requested by the lessee or tenant. The parties shall mutually agree on the arrangements for the time and manner of the CASp inspection, the payment of the fee for the CASp inspection, and the cost of making any repairs necessary to correct violations of construction-related accessibility standards within the Premises. Except as otherwise expressly agreed upon in writing by Landlord and Tenant (including in the Lease), neither Landlord nor Tenant shall have any obligation for the payment of the CASp fee or the cost of making repairs pursuant to a CASp inspection, nor shall Landlord or Tenant have any liability to the other arising out of or related to the fact that neither the Building, the Leased Premises nor the Premises have been inspected by a CASp.