Common Elements Sample Clauses

Common Elements. All common elements, including but not limited to any limited common elements, as each such common element is defined or provided for in the Declaration or other Timeshare Documents.
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Common Elements. The Tenant and its employees and invitees shall be entitled to use, in common with others entitled thereto, for purposes for which they are intended and only during such hours as the Landlord may designate from time to time, the Common Elements. The Tenant and its employees and invitees shall not obstruct the Common Elements or use the Common Elements other than for their intended purposes and then only in accordance with the rules and regulations set by the Landlord from time to time.
Common Elements. The Landlord reserves entire control of the Common Elements and will maintain them in such manner as it deems best for the benefit of the tenants generally. The Landlord reserves the right to restrict and regulate the use of the Common Elements by the Tenant and by persons making deliveries to the Tenant.
Common Elements. The Licensor reserves entire control of the Common Elements and will maintain them in such manner as it deems best for the benefit of the tenants generally. The Licensor reserves the right to restrict and regulate the use of the Common Elements by the Licensee and by persons making deliveries to the Licensee.
Common Elements. “Common Elements”, where used without modification, means both the General and Limited Common Elements described in Article 4 below.
Common Elements. The common areas and facilities as shown on the Plans for each Applicable Resort, as defined or provided for in the Applicable Declaration or other Applicable Timeshare Documents, including, without limitation, the Land and all improvements thereto except for the Units that have been dedicated to the condominium or comparable form of ownership, as well as any limited common elements, as those terms are defined and used in the Applicable Declaration.
Common Elements. All improvements made within Common Areas and all other improvements made to the Property maintained by the Association are Common Elements.
Common Elements. The Common Elements shall consist of the following:
Common Elements. The two (2) pylon signs (and the land immediately surrounding the same) to be provided and maintained by Landlord for the benefit of the Commercial Center.
Common Elements. All appurtenances and facilities, supporting elements, exterior surfaces, roofs, gutters and leaders, and all other items and areas which are not part of the individual units or their limited common elements, as hereinabove described in paragraph 3, shall comprise the common elements as graphically shown on Exhibit “C” aforesaid and attached hereto. The common elements shall also include by way of description, but not by way of limitation: