Damage to the Premises. (a) In the event any portion of the Premises is damaged by fire, earthquake, action of the elements or any other casualty, and such damage can be repaired and the Premises restored to their former condition within one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of such damage, then, unless otherwise provided in subparagraph (b) hereof, Landlord shall, at its expense, proceed immediately to make such repairs. However, Landlord’s obligation to repair shall not include any alterations, improvements, or additions to the Premises made by Tenant or any of Tenant’s furniture, equipment or other personal property. Such partial destruction shall not serve to terminate this Lease, but Tenant shall be entitled to a proportionate abatement of the installments to rent payable during the period commencing on the date of such partial destruction and ending upon completion of all such repairs or the termination of this Lease, which abatement shall be based upon the portion of the Premises rendered unsuitable for use by Tenant during such period.
Damage to the Premises. If the Premises are partially destroyed by fire or other casualty not attributable to the negligence or carelessness of the Resident or Resident's guest or invitee, the Premises shall be promptly restored and repaired by ETSU and any rent for the period that the Premise are untenable shall xxxxx, unless the Department of Housing and Residence Life provides Resident with suitable alternative living space, in which event rent will not be abated. If, however, the Premises are substantially destroyed, then this Agreement may be terminated by either the Department of Housing and Residence Life or Resident, in which event the rent due hereunder shall cease to accrue as of the date of such damage or destruction. Notwithstanding the foregoing, it is expressly understood and agreed that Resident shall not be excused from paying rent if the damage or destruction to the Premises is the result of or is attributable to the negligence or carelessness of Resident or the guests or invitee of Resident, and Resident shall be charged for the cost of any repairs or clean-up attributable to Resident's carelessness or negligence.
Damage to the Premises a. If, by no fault of Resident, Occupant or any guest, the Premises is totally or partially damaged or destroyed by fire, earthquake, accident or other casualty that render the Premises totally or partially uninhabitable, either Owner or Resident may terminate this Lease Agreement by giving the other written notice within fourteen (14) days after the date of such damage, which shall be effective retroactively to the date on which the Premises became totally or partially uninhabitable. If either party elects to terminate the Lease Agreement, then Owner shall relocate the Resident according to Section 18(b). If Resident terminates, Resident shall not be subject to the Early Termination Fee noted in Section 29(c). Monthly Rent shall be abated as of the date the Premises becomes totally or partially uninhabitable. The abated amount shall be the current Monthly Rent prorated on a thirty (30) day period. If this Lease Agreement is not terminated by either party and Resident remains in the Premises, then Owner shall promptly repair the damage and Monthly Rent shall be reduced based on the extent to which the damage interferes with Resident’s reasonable use of the Premises.
Damage to the Premises. The Tenant may terminate the lease agreement if necessary repairs to the Premises due to fire, flood, or any natural catastrophe keep the Tenant from being open for over ninety (90) days. • If the Tenant is not able to be open for the ninety (90) day period due to damage to the Premises, there will be no rent paid during said period.
Damage to the Premises. The Lessee shall not drive nor permit to be driven any nails or screws into the walls or ceilings of the Premises or any portion of the Premises. The Lessee shall not make or permit any alterations, additions or improvements to the Premises without obtaining the prior approval of the Lessor, in writing.