By the Tenant Sample Clauses

By the Tenant. 16.1.1 The Tenant may give up the allotment plot by giving one-month’s written notice to the Council.
By the Tenant. The tenant must send the lessor a registered letter giving three months’ notice (provided that the agreement does not mention a longer notice period) prior to the annual expiry date of the tenancy, otherwise the agreement will be tacitly renewed. The letter must reach the owner by the last day of the month preceding the start of the notice period (if necessary, it can be delivered to the estate agency by hand on the last working day of the month). For early termination, the tenant must mention the departure date, either the end of the month or the 15th of the month, giving notice of three months and naming a solvent replacement tenant (ask the lessor for further information on the acceptable criteria) prepared to take over the property on the date indicated; failing this, the tenant must pay the rent until the expiry of the tenancy agreement. Persons holding a carte de légitimation may avail themselves of the diplomatic clause which, in Geneva, is included as standard in the tenancy agreement (in the canton of Vaud you must request its inclusion). This clause offers the tenant special conditions granting release from the obligations of the agreement more quickly in the event of departure due to the expiry of an employment contract. However, unless the lessor and tenant are able to reach an amicable agreement, the tenant remains liable for three months’ rent. In the event of any doubts about the timescales and conditions to be respected, contact the International Geneva Welcome Centre (CAGI).
By the Tenant. 23.1.1. The Landlord may cancel the lease if the Tenant breaches any provision of the Lease Agreement, Schedule or the Resort Rules; or fails to pay the rental within the first 7 days of the calendar month, or any other amounts due in terms of this agreement, by giving 20 business daysnotice to remedy the breach. If the Tenant does not remedy the breach within the notice period of 20 business days, the lease will be deemed to have been cancelled.
By the Tenant. The Tenant shall indemnify, defend, save and hold harmless the Management Firm, its shareholders, officers, directors, employees, or agents from and against all demands, claims, actions, losses, damages, deficiencies, liabilities, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, attorney's fees, interest, penalties and all amounts paid in investigation, defense or settlement of any of the foregoing) asserted against or incurred by the Management Firm, its officers, directors, employees, or agents, in connection with, or arising out of, or resulting from (i) a breach of any covenant, agreement, representation or warranty of the Tenant or (ii) the negligent or willful acts or omissions of Tenant, its employees or agents. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or sooner termination of this Agreement. Nothing contained herein shall preclude either party from asserting any claims or suits against the other party which may arise out of the terms and provisions of this Agreement.
By the Tenant. The rights and obligations of the Tenant under this Agreement are personal. They cannot be assigned, charged or otherwise dealt with, and the Tenant will not attempt or purport to do so.
By the Tenant. Tenants must notify the Council two weeks in advance if they wish to end their tenancy. Rent paid will not be refunded.
By the Tenant. In the case of an unfurnished property, the tenant may terminate the tenancy agreement at any time, subject to a notice period of 3 months, which may be reduced to one month under certain conditions (transfer of job, obtaining a first job, loss of job, obtaining a new job following loss of job (Loi du 6 juillet 1989 Article 15) and if the property is located in an oversubscribed area (zone tendue) - see the list in Annex 3 and Décret n° 2013-392 du 10 mai 2013). Notice must be given in the form of a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt: an e-mail is not sufficient!!! The notice period begins on the date on which the letter is received. The tenant must pay the rent and all applicable service charges during the notice period, unless another person is able to occupy the property before the end of the period. In the case of a furnished property, the tenant may end the tenancy at any time, subject to a notice period of one month. The tenant must send formal notice by registered post with acknowledgement of receipt, or via a bailiff or by hand-delivered letter against a receipt or signature. (see model letter in Annex 4).  Joint tenancies Some important points to note: Joint tenancies (colocation, not to be confused with sous-location, i.e. subletting) are governed by the French “Alur” law (xxx Xxxx n°2014-366 du 24 mars 2014). A joint tenancy is defined as the rental of a single property by several tenants as their primary residence, whether it is unfurnished or furnished. It is essential that all tenants are mentioned in the agreement in order for them to benefit from legal protection. The owner may also sign an individual contract with each of the tenants: in this case it is a multiple tenancy (colocation à baux multiples). Each tenant remains free to leave the accommodation at any time, without the agreement of the other tenants. However, notice must be given to the owner in the form of a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, to be submitted within the usual notice period.
By the Tenant. Where the Landlord has consented to an assignment of the Lease, the Tenant shall have the right to assign the rights of the Tenant under this Deed, to the extent that such rights have not already been enjoyed by the Tenant and to the extent that they have not expired or already been satisfied (as the case may be), to the proposed assignee of the Lease and the Tenant releases the Landlord from any obligations it has toward the Tenant under this Deed for periods after the date of assignment. Before any assignee is entitled to exercise the Tenant’s rights under this Deed, the Tenant and the assignee must execute a deed of assignment in a form approved or required by the Landlord (acting reasonably), under which:

Related to By the Tenant

  • Tenant Except as set forth in Section 10.2 below, Tenant shall keep and maintain the Premises and every part thereof, including, but not limited to, floors and floor coverings, interior plumbing, interior walls and ceilings, including electrical wiring, appliances and devices using or containing refrigerants, fixtures and equipment in good repair and in a clean and safe condition, and repair and/or replace any and all of the foregoing in a good and workmanlike manner. Without limiting the foregoing, but subject to the provisions of Section 14 below, Tenant shall, at Tenant's sole expense, repair any area of the Premises damaged by Tenant or any Tenant Party or by any other cause. If Tenant, in the reasonable judgment of Landlord, fails to maintain the Premises in accordance with the terms of this Lease and correct such failure within ten (10) days following Tenant's receipt of written notice from Landlord stating the nature of the failure, Landlord shall have the right to enter the Premises and perform such maintenance, repairs or replacements at Tenant's sole cost and expense (including a sum for overhead to Landlord equal to ten percent (10%) of the cost of the maintenance, repairs or replacements). Tenant shall maintain written records of maintenance and repairs, as required by any Applicable Law, and shall use certified technicians to perform such maintenance and repairs, as so required. Landlord shall have the right to approve all service maintenance contractors hired by Tenant which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. Upon Landlord's request, Tenant shall deliver to Landlord full and complete copies of all service or maintenance contracts entered into by Tenant for the Premises within one hundred twenty (120) days after the Commencement Date and, thereafter, within ten (10) days after entering into any new or materially amending any existing service or maintenance contract.

  • Lessee The related Lessee is a Person other than MBFS USA, any Affiliate thereof or a Governmental Authority and, at the time of origination of the 201[__]-[__] Lease, based on information provided by the Lessee, the Lessee is located in and has a billing address within a State.

  • Lessor It is important that the full name of the Entity leasing the commercial space is reported as the Lessor. (3)

  • LANDLORD The covenants and obligations contained in this Lease on the part of Landlord are binding on Landlord, its successors, and assigns only during their respective period of ownership of an interest in the Building. In the event of any transfer or transfers of such title to the Building, Landlord (and, in the case of any subsequent transfers or conveyances, the then grantor) shall be concurrently freed and relieved from and after the date of such transfer or conveyance, without any further instrument or agreement, of all liability with respect to the performance of any covenants or obligations on the part of Landlord contained in this Lease thereafter to be performed.

  • By Lessee Lessee shall indemnify the Lessor, the Lessor’s Representative, and their Board members, directors, officers, employees, agents and authorized volunteers (the “Lessor Indemnitees”) against and will hold and save them and each of them harmless from any and all actions, claims, damages to persons or property, penalties, obligations or liabilities that may be asserted or claimed by any person, firm entity, corporation, political subdivision or other organization (collectively “Losses”) arising out of or in connection with the installation, operation or activities of Lessee, its agents, employees, subcontractors or invitees, provided for herein, whether or not there is concurrent passive or active negligence on the part of the Lessor Indemnitees for injury to or death of persons, including, but not limited to, employees of Lessee or Lessor, and damage or destruction of property, including, but not limited to, property of Lessee, any utility company or Lessor, or other loss or damage incurred by Lessor, but only to the extent caused by (A) the negligence, fraud or willful misconduct of Lessee, its agents, officers, directors, employees or contractors on or at the Premises or the Sites in connection with this Agreement or (B) the material breach by Lessee of any of its obligations under this Agreement, but excluding such actions, claims, damages to persons or property penalties, obligations or liabilities arising from the sole established negligence, fraud or willful misconduct of the Lessor, the Lessor’s Representative, or those who are directly responsible to them. In connection therewith: (a) Lessee will defend any action or actions filed in connection with any of said claims, damages, penalties, obligations or liabilities and will pay all costs and expenses, including attorney's fees incurred in connection therewith; and (b) Lessee will promptly pay any judgment rendered against Lessee, and/or the Lessor Indemnitees covering such claims, damages, penalties, obligations and liabilities arising out of or in connection with such installation, operations, or activities of Lessee hereunder and Lessee agrees to save and hold the Lessor Indemnitees harmless therefore.

  • Landlord’s Entry Landlord and its authorized representatives may at all reasonable times and upon reasonable notice to Tenant enter the Premises to: (a) inspect the Premises; (b) show the Premises to prospective purchasers, mortgagees and tenants; (c) post notices of non-responsibility or other protective notices available under the Laws; and (d) exercise and perform Landlord’s rights and obligations under this Lease. Landlord, in the event of any emergency, may enter the Premises without notice to Tenant. Landlord’s entry into the Premises is not to be construed as a forcible or unlawful entry into, or detainer of, the Premises or as an eviction of Tenant from all or any part of the Premises. Subject to Section 9.3 below, Tenant will also permit Landlord (or its designees) to erect, install, use, maintain, replace and repair pipes, cables, conduits, plumbing and vents, and telephone, electric and other wires or other items, in, to and through the Premises (in a manner and in locations reasonably acceptable to Tenant) if Landlord reasonably determines that such activities are necessary for properly operating and maintaining the Building.

  • By Lessor Lessor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Lessee, its affiliates, officers, agents and employees (the “Lessee Indemnitees”) from and against any Losses for injury to or death of persons, including, but not limited to, employees of Lessee or Lessor, and damage or destruction of property, including, but not limited to, property of either Lessee or Lessor, or other loss or damage incurred by Lessee, but only to the extent caused by: (A) negligent acts or omissions or willful misconduct of the Lessor Indemnitees; or (B) the material breach by Lessor of any of its obligations under this Agreement; or (C) the inaccuracy of any representation or warranty of Lessor contained in this Agreement. The obligation to indemnify shall extend to and encompass all costs incurred by Lessee and any Lessee Indemnitee in defending such Losses, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney, witness and expert witness fees, and any other litigation related expenses. Lessor’s obligations pursuant to this Section 10(a)(ii) shall not extend to Losses for liability to the extent attributable to the negligence, fraud or willful misconduct of Lessee, the Lessee Indemnitees, or their respective contractors, successors or assigns, or the acts of third-parties. Lessor shall pay any reasonable cost that may be incurred by Lessee or the Lessee Indemnitees in enforcing this indemnity, including reasonable attorney fees.

  • By Tenant Tenant shall not make any alterations to or modifications of the Leased Premises or construct any improvements to or within the Leased Premises without Landlord’s prior written approval, and then not until Landlord shall have first approved, in writing, the plans and specifications therefore, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Tenant shall be permitted to make alterations following not less than ten (10) business days notice to Landlord, but without Landlord’s prior approval, to the extent any such alteration is merely cosmetic in nature (i.e., re-painting and re-carpeting) and together with all other such alterations in any calendar year costs less than $20,000, and provided that such alteration does not (a) affect the exterior of the Building, (b) affect the structure of the Building or the systems and equipment of the Building, and/or (c) interfere with Building services or the use of the Property or the Building by other tenants or occupants. All such modifications, alterations or improvements, once so approved, shall be made, constructed or installed by Tenant at Tenant’s expense, using a licensed contractor first approved by Landlord, in substantial compliance with the Landlord-approved plans and specifications therefore. All work undertaken by Tenant shall be done in accordance with all Laws and in a good and workmanlike manner using new materials of good quality that match or complement the original improvements existing as of the Lease Commencement Date. Tenant shall not commence the making of any such modifications or alterations or the construction of any such improvements until (i) all required governmental approvals and permits shall have been obtained, (ii) all requirements regarding insurance imposed by this Lease have been satisfied, (iii) Tenant shall have given Landlord at least five business days prior written notice of its intention to commence such work so that Landlord may post and file notices of non-responsibility, and (iv) if requested by Landlord, Tenant shall have obtained contingent liability and broad form builder’s risk insurance in an amount satisfactory to Landlord to cover any perils relating to the proposed work not covered by insurance carried by Tenant pursuant to Article 9. In no event shall Tenant make any modifications, alterations or improvements to the Common Areas or any areas outside of the Leased Premises. As used in this Article, the term “modifications, alterations and/or improvements” shall include, without limitation, the installation of additional electrical outlets, overhead lighting fixtures, drains, sinks, partitions, doorways, or the like. If Landlord reserves the right to require Tenant to remove any alterations or modifications at the end of the Lease Term, and the cost of such removal and restoration together with the cost of removal and restoration of all other alterations and modifications which Landlord may require Tenant to remove exceeds $25,000.00, then as a condition to granting its consent, Landlord may require Tenant to increase the amount of its Security Deposit hereunder to cover such costs to the extent they exceed $25,000.00. Tenant shall pay Landlord’s reasonable costs to inspect the construction of Tenant’s alterations or modifications and to have Landlord’s architect revise Landlord’s drawings to show the work performed by Tenant.