Decorative Sample Clauses

Decorative. Ornamental; not required for the operation of the essential systems and components of a building.
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  • Decoration 22.1 The Tenant shall decorate the Property as often as is reasonably necessary and also in the last three months before the end of the term.

  • DECORATING Decorating must be done during the time period you have reserved this facility. (If you wish to decorate the day before the event, you must pay the rental fee of $600.00). • Materials such as tacks, nails, staples, glue, etc. may not be used to attach decorations to walls or tables. 3M packing tape may be used for applying decorations to wood surfaces. NO TAPE ON SHEETROCK WALLS. • Damage to walls will result in loss of deposit and possible additional fees and charges. • Decorations of any kind may not be attached to the ceiling tiles and/or grids. • Rice and birdseed are permitted outdoors. • Under no circumstances are tables, chairs, or any equipment/furniture to be removed from this facility. • If serving food and/or drinks, all tables must be covered with some type of tablecloth. • No spray glue, bottled bubbles, smoke machines, spray glitter, spray paint, or any type of aerosol adhesives will be allowed in the facility. • Changing the appearance of this building other than normal decorating is NOT PERMITTED. CAPACITY AND SEATING Main Hall Balcony Meeting Rooms 400 Auditorium Style 100 Auditorium Style 50 Auditorium Style or or only 250 with Tables & Chairs 80 with Tables & Chairs RENTAL PROCEDURES • No food or drink is allowed on the stage unless PRE-APPROVED IN ADVANCE. • Any food remaining from the event must be removed from the facility. If any food is left, it will be disposed of immediately after the event. • All functions must shut down one hour prior to end time for cleaning, removing food, decorations, and equipment/furniture belonging to the renter. This includes shutting down music and stop serving alcohol. The City of Ocean Springs will not be responsible for any items left in the facility following the conclusion of the reserved event. • The kitchen area must be cleaned by the rental party. • Gambling in any form is strictly prohibited. • No animals other than service dogs are allowed in the facility. • Maintaining order and control over all persons or guests in the group and encouraging them to abide by all the policies and procedures of this facility during the reserved period of time is the renter’s responsibility. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE REGULATIONS MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE DEPOSIT TO COVER APPLICABLE FEES. Renter, including his/her/its heirs, member, assigns, agents, and/or representatives, agrees that The City shall not be liable for any injury or damages, whether to person or property, originating in contract, tort, equity, or otherwise, associated with Renter’s use of the facility, inside or outside the subject building. Renter further agrees to hold harmless, defend, release, covenant not to xxx, and indemnify The City for any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury that may be sustained by Renter, a third party, and/or any other person, whether based in tort, contract, or equity, whether caused by the negligence of The City or otherwise, that is in any way associated with Renter’s use of the Facility.

  • Decorations The only acceptable form of affixing items to walls is the use of white sticky tack, and must be removed by the Resident prior to move out, or be subject to removal charges. Spikes, hooks, screws, tacks or nails or any permanent adhesion type tape shall not be put into or on the walls or woodwork, ceilings, furnishings, doors or windows of any part of the Residence. Residents may not decorate the outside of their room door unless for special occasions approved by the Manager. Strings of indoor lights should not be in direct contact with any flammable materials and should not be left on while the room is unattended.

  • Painting All exterior surfaces and materials requiring paint shall be prime coated plus 2 coats of Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Pro-Mar alkyd flat exterior finish, or Xxxxxxx-Xxxxxxxx SWP exterior gloss paint. All porous exterior surfaces (e.g. unpainted wood) shall be sealed with 2 coats of Xxxxxxxx’x Water Seal following the manufacturers application instructions. Interior surfaces requiring paint shall be prime coated plus 2 coats of Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Pro-Mar Latex Eg-Shel enamel. Concrete block walls shall receive 1 coat of Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Pro-Mar Block Filler and 2 coats of Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Pro-Mar latex Eg-Shel enamel. Interior finishes and color selections shall be approved by the State. A schedule of colors and finishes shall be prepared by the Owner/Lessor and approved by the State.

  • Interior (a) Ceilings, sidewalls and bulkhead panels shall be clean and free of cracks and stains;

  • Exterior and interior functional areas and spaces of the Project, with technical and equipment requirements on each;

  • Installations 2.1. This test shall be conducted with either the complete REESS or with a related REESS subsystem(s) including the cells and their electrical connections. If the manufacturer chooses to test with related subsystem(s), the manufacturer shall demonstrate that the test result can reasonably represent the performance of the complete REESS with respect to its safety performance under the same conditions. If the electronic management unit for the REESS is not integrated in the casing enclosing the cells, then the electronic management unit may be omitted from installation on the Tested-Device if so requested by the manufacturer.

  • Alterations Tenant agrees that it will not (a) demolish or undertake any structural alterations of any of the buildings or other improvements erected upon or otherwise comprising the Demised Premises, without the prior written consent of Landlord or (b) make any other alterations which would change the character of the buildings or other improvements comprising the Demised Premises or which would weaken, impair or otherwise in any way affect the structural aspects of integrity of or lessen the value of the Demised Premises and/or the buildings and other improvements comprising the Demised Premises. With respect to any alterations permitted to be made by Tenant pursuant to this Article Ten, Tenant shall (a) pay all costs, expenses and charges thereof, (b) make the same in accordance with all applicable laws and building codes in a good and workmanlike manner, (c) cause the same to be performed by qualified contractors who shall not create any labor or other disturbance at the Demised Premises while performing same, (d) fully and completely indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from and against any mechanic’s liens or other liens or claims in connection with the making thereof and (e) by reason of such alterations, not thereby and (e) by reason of such alterations, not thereby reduce the economic value of the Demised Premises. All alterations, improvements and additions to the Demised Premises permitted to be made by Tenant hereunder, shall be made in accordance with all applicable laws and plans and specifications previously submitted to Landlord for Landlord’s approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, and, except for removable trade fixtures, shall at once when made or installed be deemed to have attached to the freehold and to have become the property of Landlord and shall remain for the benefit of Landlord at the end of the term or other expiration of this Lease in as good order and condition as they were when installed, reasonable wear and tear excepted. In the event in the making of such alteration, improvements and additions as herein provided, Tenant further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from and against all costs, expenses, liens, claims and damages arising out of, or resulting from the undertaking or making of such alterations, improvements and additions.

  • Structural (i) Structural floor plans and sections with detailing well advanced.

  • Landscaping Maintaining, tending and cultivating and (as necessary) re-stocking any garden or grassed areas including replacing plants, shrubs and trees as necessary.

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