Continuous Operation. The work week shall provide for continuous operation Sunday through Saturday.
Continuous Operation. After the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy for the Improvements or any portion thereof, Tenant shall continuously occupy, operate, and use the Premises and all Improvements for which such Certificate(s) of Occupancy were issued for the operational purposes specified above, during all usual business hours and on such days as similar businesses are operated in the same market area in which the Premises are located, except to the extent that Tenant is unable to occupy, operate or use the Premises for reasons beyond the reasonable control of Tenant, financial inability and market conditions excluded, such as during periods of damage or destruction. Tenant shall develop and operate the Premises and the businesses conducted thereon in a manner calculated to produce the maximum profitable and practical volume of Hotel Room Revenue obtainable and to enhance the reputation and attractiveness of the Premises and the businesses contained thereon. Landlord is entering this Lease in consideration of and in reliance on Tenant’s obligations hereunder, including those to finance, construct, operate and maintain the Improvements and the Premises. Tenant will use commercially reasonable efforts to operate and maintain the Hotel, Restaurant and Conference Center on the Premises on all days and at all hours during which there may be reasonably expected use or demand for the same by the guests of the Hotel and by the general public who might be expected to use the Restaurant or the Conference Center. The failure of the Restaurant or the Conference Center to be available for use by the general public for more than ten (10) non- consecutive days within any calendar year during the Lease term (an “Unavailability Period”) shall constitute a material event of default remediable in accordance with Paragraph 15.2 hereunder.
Continuous Operation. In circumstances where the loading or discharging of a deepsea vessel is a continuous operation, e.g. roll-on, roll-off or a sideport operation, any persons employed under this Agreement may be required by the Employer to perform work from the stow in the vessel through to the final place of rest on the dock premises in the case of discharge, or from place of rest on the dock premises through to the stow in the vessel in the case of loading.