Drains. 7.16.1 Not to overload, block up or damage any of the drains, pipes, wires, cables or any apparatus or installation relating to the services serving the Premises.
Drains. You are responsible for keeping all gutters, drains, toilet bowls, cisterns, basins, baths, showers, water pipes and ducts (and other fittings you have reasonable access to) free from blockages and for the cost of unblocking these if they become blocked as a result of something you have done. You must report any blockages to Get Living London as soon as possible.
Drains. You are Jointly and Severally required to not cause any blockage to the drains, gutters and pipes of the premises and clear and clean the drains in baths, showers and sinks as frequently as required to keep them unblocked of hair or other waste. Remove and clean the shower trap and any hair that maybe clogging it regularly.
Drains. 11. To bear and pay and indemnify the Landlord against all the costs and expenses which the Landlord as the Owner of the Premises or any part thereof during the continuance of the Term ought or would be liable to bear or contribute to in or about any works, drainage or sewerage in respect of the Premises by any Act or Acts of the Oireachtas already made or hereafter to be made or by any direction or requirement of any local or public Authority in pursuance of any such Act or Acts.
Drains. Seller shall require the Surveyor to obtain maps of any county drains located within the Project Site from the county drain commissioner(s), and for the Surveyor to provide to the Title Insurer copies of any Drain Agreements so as to add them as part of the Title Commitments and supporting documents to the Title Commitments required to be provided to Buyer under this Section 3.1. Seller shall also ensure that any preliminary and updated ALTA Survey and the Final ALTA Survey identify the location of any such County Drains within the Project Site (regardless of whether there is an easement recorded in the office of the register of deeds for the applicable county or in the office of the drain commissioner for the applicable county) that are not released as provided for in this Section 3.1. Buyer's Title Objection Notice and/or Property Team Conference Calls may include objections to Project facilities crossing/encroaching upon county drains, and Seller shall follow the same process for curative efforts to obtain Drain Agreements that address such objections and to assure that the Title and Survey Documents at Substantial Completion reflect such Drain Agreements.
Drains. To clean, clear and remove any debris from any drains (where applicable) in the Premises or in the Building where such build up of debris has been contributed by the Tenant and in the event that the Tenant fails to do so after being notified by the Landlord, the Landlord may (but without being under any obligation so to do) remove any debris, clear and/or clean the drains and the Tenant shall on demand reimburse to the Landlord all costs, expenses and disbursements incurred thereby.
Drains. You are Jointly and Severally required to not cause any blockage to the drains, gutters and pipes of the premises and clear and clean the drains in baths, showers and sinks as frequently as required to keep them unblocked of hair or other waste; you must also remove and clean the shower trap and any hair that may be clogging it regularly. If the drains become blocked during the tenancy and we are required to clear them then you will be responsible for any costs, expenses or other liabilities incurred on a full indemnity basis.