DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES Sample Clauses

DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If, in our opinion, your Bedroom should become unavailable or unlivable during the Lease Term because of damage or destruction by fire or other casualty, we shall have the right to terminate this Lease, or move you to similar accommodations within the Community and repair and restore your Bedroom. In the event of such damage or destruction to your Bedroom your obligations to pay Rent will be waived only if we terminate this Lease, or do not furnish you with a bedroom within the Community or reasonably similar accommodation.
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If the Premises or the Building are damaged in whole or in part by any fire or other casualty (a “casualty”), Tenant shall immediately give notice thereof to Landlord. Unless this Lease is terminated as provided herein, Landlord, at its own expense (but only to the extent of the insurance proceeds (net of all costs and expenses incurred in obtaining same) received by Landlord on account thereof), except for any insurance deductibles (which shall be deemed Operating Costs), shall proceed with diligence to repair or cause to be repaired such damage so as to restore the Premises (including the Initial Tenant Work but excluding any other Tenant Work) to substantially the same condition they were in prior to the casualty, subject to then applicable Legal Requirements. All such repairs made necessary by any act or omission of Tenant shall be made by Landlord at Tenant’s expense to the extent that the cost of such repairs is not covered by insurance proceeds available therefor (including the payment by Tenant of any applicable deductible amount). Landlord shall not be liable for delays in the making of any such repairs that are due to government regulation, casualties, strikes, unavailability of labor and materials, delays in obtaining insurance proceeds (provided Landlord files insurance claims with reasonable diligence), and other causes beyond the reasonable control of Landlord, nor shall Landlord be liable for any inconvenience or annoyance to Tenant or injury to the business of Tenant resulting from delays in repairing such damage. All repairs to and replacements of Tenant Property and any Tenant Work other than the Initial Tenant Work shall be made by and at the expense of Tenant, which work Tenant shall promptly commence as soon as practicable and thereafter prosecute diligently to completion. Landlord shall, within sixty (60) days after the occurrence of a casualty, provide Tenant with a good faith estimate of the time required to repair the damage to the Premises or the Building, as provided herein; if such estimate is for a period of more than two hundred seventy (270) days from the occurrence of the casualty (or during the last twenty-four (24) months of the Term, for a period of more than ninety (90) days), the Premises shall be deemed “substantially damaged”. If the Premises or the Building are substantially damaged, or if any mortgagee refuses to make available to Landlord for the purpose of making such repairs a sufficient amount of the insurance p...
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If any portion of the Premises or the Tenant Improvements is damaged in any manner, Tenant shall promptly remove from the Airport all debris and cause repairs to be made to restore the same to an orderly and safe condition. All work shall be performed in accordance with plans and specifications that are approved by City as being consistent with or better than the original improvements. Tenant shall apply all proceeds that are made available from Tenant’s insurance policies (or those of any subtenant or assignee) to performing such work. If City performs such work pursuant to Section 10.B, such insurance proceeds shall be paid to City. If the Premises or Tenant Improvements are tenantable despite such damage, Tenant shall not receive any abatement of Tenant’s rent obligations. To the extent that any portion is rendered untenantable by such damage in light of the purposes of this Agreement (as determined by City in its sole discretion), rent shall continue if Tenant has business interruption insurance, or if Tenant does not have such insurance, City shall xxxxx Tenant’s rent proportionately until repairs have been substantially completed (as determined by City in its sole discretion).
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. In the event of damage to the PREMISES by fire, water, or other hazard, or in the event of malfunction of equipment or utilities, RESIDENT shall immediately notify MANAGEMENT. If the damages are such that occupancy can be continued, MANAGEMENT shall make repairs as needed with reasonable promptness and rent shall not xxxxx during the period of such repairs. If, in MANAGEMENT’S opinion and subject to Section 55-248.24 of the Code of Virginia, the PREMISES are damaged as to be unfit for occupancy, but if MANAGEMENT elects to make repairs, the rent provided in this LEASE shall xxxxx during the period of time when the PREMISES are not fit for occupancy, but in all other respects the terms and provisions hereof shall continue in full force and effect. In the event the PREMISES are so damaged or destroyed as to be, in the sole opinion of the MANAGEMENT, incapable of being satisfactorily repaired, then this LEASE shall terminate and RESIDENT shall be liable only for rental payments up to the date of such damage or destruction; or, at the option of MANAGEMENT, RESIDENT agrees to accept a comparable apartment unit in the Apartment Community for the remaining term of this LEASE.
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If, in the opinion of the Landlord, the Premises or Property should become untenable during the term hereof because of damage or destruction by fire or other casualty, Landlord shall have the right to terminate this lease, or move Tenant to similar accommodations within the Property and repair and restore the Premises or Property. In the event of such damage or destruction to the Premises or Property without the fault of Tenant, his agents or invitees, Tenant’s obligations to pay rent hereunder shall be abated only if Landlord terminates this Lease, or does not furnish Tenant with similar accommodations within the Property. If damage or destruction of the Premises or its furnishings is determined to be the fault of the Tenant or Tenant’s invitees, then Tenant and/or Guarantor agrees to pay for all repairs and damages (including replacement costs) beyond that attributed to normal wear and tear. This paragraph is in no way intended to diminish tenant’s rights under applicable New York State Law.
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. In the event of damage to the Premises by fire, water or other hazard, and the damages are such that Resident’s occupancy can be continued, Owner shall make such repairs as needed with reasonable promptness and rent shall NOT xxxxx during the period of such repairs. If in Owner’s opinion, the Premises are so damaged as to be unfit for occupancy, and Owner elects to make such repairs, the rent provided for herein shall xxxxx during the period of time the Premises are not occupied by Resident, but in all other respects the terms and provisions hereof shall continue in full force and effect. Should repair necessitate Resident vacates the Premises for a period of time, Resident is obligated to vacate as instructed by Owner and rent shall xxxxx during this period. Under no circumstances, terms or condition shall rent xxxxx if damages are caused by the tenant. In the event that the Premises are so damaged or destroyed as to be, in the sole opinion of Owner, incapable of being satisfactorily repaired, then this Agreement shall terminate and Resident shall immediately vacate. In such case, Resident shall pay rent up to the day Resident vacates the Premises.
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If the building or the Premises shall be damaged or destroyed by fire or other casualty, Tenant will, within one hundred fifty (150) days from the date of said damage or destruction, repair, restore or replace said building or Premises so that the same will thereafter be in as good a condition as existed immediately prior to such fire or other casualty. If in the reasonable opinion of a contractor or architect mutually agreeable to Landlord and Tenant the building cannot be replaced, restored and repaired within 150 days from the date of the casualty or damage, Landlord or, so long as Tenant's unreasonable delay is not a factor in such contractor's or architect's opinion that the Premises cannot be replaced, restored and repaired within 150 days, Tenant, upon written notice to the other, shall have the right to terminate this Lease within fifteen (15) business days after receipt of the written opinion of the approved contractor or architect. Provided, however, that if this Lease is terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Paragraph, all insurance proceeds otherwise payable to Tenant for repair, replacement or restoration of said damage or destruction shall be paid to Landlord, except to the extent that said insurance proceeds are for damage to Tenant's equipment or fixtures on the Premises that are to remain the property of Tenant.
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. Notice to Lessor
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If the Premises shall be damaged or destroyed in whole or in part, by fire, acts of God, war or casualty or any other means so as to make the same unusable for the purposes hereof, the Landlord shall have the option of repairing the Premises or of canceling this Lease in its entirety as of the date of the damage or destruction of the Premises. There shall be no obligation whatsoever on the Landlord to repair or rebuild the Premises in case of damage or destruction. If the Landlord elects to repair or rebuild the damaged Premises, during the period that the Premises are unusable by the Tenant for the purposes hereof, the rent shall be abated until the Premises are restored to a good tenable condition. If the Premises are unusable in part, the rent shall be prorated until the Premises can be restored to a good and tenable condition provided that:
DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article V as to maintenance and repair of premises by Lessee, if any terminal at the Airport shall be partially damaged by fire, the elements, the public enemy or other casualty but not rendered untenantable, the same shall be repaired with due diligence by Lessor at its own cost and expense. In case any such terminal is so damaged or destroyed by fire, the elements, the public enemy or other casualty, that it will or does become untenantable, the said building shall be repaired, reconstructed or restored as the case may be, with due diligence by Lessor at its own cost and expense, and the rent payable hereunder with respect to said building shall be paid up to the time of such damage or destruction and shall thenceforth xxxxx until such time as the said building shall be made tenantable. Lessor shall maintain insurance sufficient to enable it to fulfill its obligations under this Article. In the event that the Airport or any other premises herein leased are rendered untenantable or unusable because of the condition thereof, there shall be a reasonable and proportionate abatement of the rentals, fees and charges provided for herein during the period that the same are so untenantable or unusable.