Common Area Maintenance Sample Clauses

Common Area Maintenance. (a) Repairs, replacements, and general maintenance of and for the Building and Project and public and common areas and facilities of and comprising the Building and Project, including, but not limited to, the roof and roof membrane, elevators, mechanical rooms, alarm systems, pest extermination, landscaped areas, parking and service areas, driveways, sidewalks, truck staging areas, rail spur areas, fire sprinkler systems, sanitary and storm sewer lines, utility services, heating/ventilation/air conditioning systems, electrical, mechanical or other systems, telephone equipment and wiring servicing, plumbing, lighting, and any other items or areas which affect the operation or appearance of the Building or Project, which determination shall be at Landlord's discretion, except for: those items expressly made the financial responsibility of Landlord pursuant to Paragraph 10 hereof; those items to the extent paid for by the proceeds of insurance or which are covered under warranties of the contractor, manufacturer or supplier thereof; and those items attributable solely or jointly to specific tenants of the Building or Project.
Common Area Maintenance. Landlord shall, in Landlord’s sole discretion, maintain the Common Areas (subject to reimbursement pursuant to this Lease), establish and enforce reasonable rules and regulations concerning such areas, close any of the Common Areas to whatever extent required in the opinion of Landlord’s counsel to prevent a dedication of any of the Common Areas or the accrual of any rights of any person or of the public to the Common Areas, close temporarily any of the Common Areas for maintenance purposes, and make changes to the Common Areas including, without limitation, changes in the location of driveways, corridors, entrances, exits, the designation of areas for the exclusive use of others, the direction of the flow of traffic or construction of additional buildings thereupon. Landlord may provide security for the Common Areas, but is not obligated to do so. Under no circumstances shall Landlord be liable or responsible for any acts or omissions of any party providing any services to the Common Areas, Building or other improvements, including, without limitation, any security service, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Lease.
Common Area Maintenance. Landlord shall keep the common area in good repair during the term or extension thereof, reasonable wear and tear excepted.
Common Area Maintenance. “Common Area Maintenance” shall be all reasonable and ordinary expenses incurred with respect to servicing, maintaining, repairing and operating the Building and the real estate on which it and the access-ways, parking areas, driveways, entrances and exits thereto, sidewalks, ramps and all other common areas and facilities are provided by Landlord for the common use of tenants, their officers, agents, employees and customers. The common area expenses are to include without limitation, the operating, managing, equipping, repairing, replacing, and maintaining the common areas, specifically including landscaping and gardening, exterior building lighting and parking lot lighting, parking lot maintenance to include crack and coal tar seal, pot-hole repairs, line painting, roofing system and coating, traffic control, if any, removal of snow and ice, cost of all rentals of machinery equipment in such maintenance and the cost of personnel to implement such services. The term “Common Area Maintenance” shall not include costs and expenses of: capital improvements; repairs, maintenance and replacements paid for by insurance proceeds or by Tenant or by third parties; alterations to the Building attributable solely to tenants of the Building other than Tenant; principal and interest payments made by the Landlord on mortgages on the Building; depreciation; or leasing commissions; provided that capital expenditures for the purpose of reducing or minimizing the increase in operating expenses shall be included, but not in an amount to exceed such reduction for the relevant year.
Common Area Maintenance. Landlord shall use reasonable efforts to maintain and repair Common Areas of Property, including walks and parking lots. The cost of any maintenance, repairs, or replacements necessitated by the act, neglect, misuse, or abuse by Tenant, its employees, licensees, invitees, or contractors shall be paid by Tenant to Landlord. Landlord shall use reasonable efforts to cause any necessary repairs to be made promptly; provided, however, that Landlord shall have no liability whatsoever for any delays in causing such repairs to be made, including, without limitation, any liability for injury to or loss of Tenant's business, nor shall any delays entitle Tenant to any abatement of Rent or damages, or be deemed an eviction of Tenant in whole or in part.
Common Area Maintenance. Tenant shall be responsible for Tenant's Prorata share of the total costs incurred for the operation, maintenance and repair of the Common Areas, including, but not limited to, the costs and expenses incurred for the operation, maintenance and repair of parking areas (including restriping and repaving); removal of snow; all utilities including water, gas, and electric for the building; janitorial for common areas and tenant occupied space; normal HVAC maintenance and elevator maintenance (if applicable); trash removal; security to protect and secure the Area; common entrances, exits, and lobbies of the Building; all common utilities, including water to maintain landscaping; replanting in order to maintain a smart appearance of landscape areas; supplies; depreciation on the machinery and equipment used in such operation, maintenance and repair; the cost of personnel to implement such services; the cost of maintaining in good working condition the HVAC system(s) for the Leased premises; the cost of maintaining in good working condition the elevator(s) for the Leased Premises, if applicable; and costs to cover Landlord's management fees paid for the management of the property. These costs shall be estimated on an annual basis by the Landlord and shall be adjusted upwards or downwards depending on the actual costs for the preceding twelve months. Tenant shall pay monthly, commencing with the first month of the Lease Term, as additional rent due under the terms hereof, a sum equal to Tenant's Prorata Share of the estimated costs for said twelve (12) month period, divided by 12. The estimated initial monthly costs $830.56 Once each year the Landlord shall determine the actual costs of the foregoing expenses for the prior year and if the actual costs are an the estimated costs, the Tenant shall pay its Tenant's Prorata Share of the difference between the estimated costs and the actual costs to the Landlord with the next payment of Base Monthly Rent, or, if the actual costs are less than the estimated costs, the Landlord shall forthwith refund the amount of the Tenant's excess payment to the Tenant. Additionally, upon Lease expiration or termination Landlord shall also determine Tenant's prorated Prorata Share of the annualized actual costs of the foregoing expenses for the number of days the Lease is in effect during the calendar year in which the Lease expires or terminates. If the annualized actual costs are greater than the estimated costs, the Tenant shall pa...
Common Area Maintenance. (a) From and after the Commencement Date, Landlord, at its cost and expense, shall maintain the Common Areas and the Center clean and in good repair so that Tenant and its customers, guests, invitees, officers and employees can use and enjoy the same. The obligation of Landlord pursuant hereto shall include, but not be limited to, the management and maintenance of the Center and the pylon structure of Tenant's identification sign (if the same is affixed to a pylon sign used in common with Landlord or other tenants in the Center, but not Tenant's advertising panels), regular cleaning of the Common Areas, removal of trash and debris from the Common Areas, repairing the asphalt and concrete portions of the Common Areas (including potholes, curbs and sidewalks), repairing common utility lines and facilities, repairing storm drains, repairing parking lot lights, maintaining the landscaped portion of the Common Areas (including regular grass cutting), maintaining floodlights and other necessary means of illumination sufficient to illuminate the Common Areas during twilight and evening hours that Tenant's store is open for business and in operation, prompt removal of snow and ice on every occasion where safety of the Common Areas is impeded, employing traffic control personnel (such as off-duty police personnel), and periodically restriping the parking area. Landlord covenants that such maintenance and repair shall be planned and preventative maintenance undertaken in order to maintain the Common Areas in good usable condition so as to avoid breakdown of maintenance and avoidable costly repairs. Landlord shall not in any manner change the size, location, nature, design or use of the Common Areas as shown on the Site Plan without the prior written consent of Tenant, which shall not be unreasonably withheld unless the proposed change would involve additional buildings of any kind or reduce the number of parking spaces, or otherwise materially and adversely affect the access to or visibility of the Premises, in any of which cases Tenant's approval may be withheld in its sole discretion.
Common Area Maintenance. A. Tenant shall pay to Landlord as additional rent a common area operating and maintenance fee (“CAM”) equal to Tenant’s “proportionate share” (as defined in subparagraph 6.A. herein) of the cost and expense for the operation and maintenance of the common areas of the building and park in which the Premises are located, including, but not limited to, the mowing of grass, care of shrubs, general landscaping, common sewage line plumbing, maintenance of building, parking areas, entrances, driveways, and management thereof. If Tenant or any other particular tenant of the building can be clearly identified as being responsible for obstructions or stoppage of the common sanitary sewage line, then Tenant, if Tenant is responsible, or such other responsible tenant, shall pay the entire cost thereof, upon demand, as additional rent. Payment shall be made on the first day of each month based on the projected cost of such maintenance. At the end of each year, Landlord shall determine the actual costs of such maintenance. Any additional costs due from Tenant based on the actual costs shall be promptly paid by Tenant. Any savings will be credited against the following year’s payments.
Common Area Maintenance a. The Licensee shall also be required to pay Common Area Maintenance Fees for the respective property Business spaces allotted to him. The fees for the initial three years from the date of handover shall be Rs. 10 per Sqft per month. For consequent License tenure, the common area maintenance fees shall be in accordance with the timely revision made by by Maha- Metro in this regards.
Common Area Maintenance. Common area maintenance charges (hereinafter referred to as “CAM”) shall mean any and all costs, expenses and obligations incurred by Landlord in connection with the operation, ownership, management, repair and replacement, if necessary, of the Building and the Property, including, without limitation, the following: the maintenance, repair and replacement, if necessary, of the downspouts, gutters and the non-structural portions of the roof; the paving of all parking facilities, access roads, driveways, truck ways, sidewalks and passageways; loading docks and access ramps, trunk-line plumbing (as opposed to branch-line plumbing); common utilities and exterior lighting; landscaping; snow removal; fire protection; exterior painting and interior painting of the common areas of the Property; management fees; additions or alterations made by Landlord to the Property or the Building in order to comply with Legal Requirements (other than those expressly required herein to be made by Tenant) or that are appropriate to the continued operation of the Property or the Building as a bulk warehouse facility in the market area, provided that the cost of additions or alterations that are required to be capitalized for federal income tax purposes shall be amortized on a straight line basis over a period equal to the lesser of the useful life thereof for federal income tax purposes or 10 years; and all other expenses incurred by Landlord for or on behalf of the Property, and all other similar maintenance and repair expenses incurred by Landlord for or on behalf of the Property. Additionally, CAM does not include costs, expenses, depreciation or amortization for capital repairs and capital replacements required to be made by Landlord under Paragraph 7 of this Lease, debt service under mortgages or ground rent under ground ‘leases, costs of restoration to the extent of net insurance proceeds received by Landlord with respect thereto, leasing commissions, or the costs of renovating space for tenants. The estimated monthly amount of Tenant’s Pro Rata Share of CAM is set forth in Item 14 of the Basic Lease Provisions, which amount is subject to increase as provided for herein,