EIGHTEENTH. This Plan and Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws (without reference to conflicts of law provisions) of the State of Maryland.
EIGHTEENTH. That during seven months prior to the expiration of the term hereby granted, applicants shall be admitted at all reasonable hours of the day to view the premises until rented; and the Landlord and the Landlord's agents shall be permitted at any time during the term to visit and examine them ENTRY at any reasonable hour of the day and workmen may enter at any time, when authorized by the Landlord or the Landlord's agents, to make or facilitate repairs in any part of the building; and if the said tenant shall not be personally present to open and permit an entry into said premises, at any time, when for any reason an entry therein shall be necessary or permissible hereunder, the Landlord or the Landlord's agents may forcibly enter the same without rendering the Landlord or such agents liable to any claim or cause of action for damages by reason thereof (if during such entry the Landlord shall accord reasonable care to the Tenant's property) and without in any manner affecting the obligations and covenants of this lease; it is, however, expressly understood that the right and authority hereby reserved, does not impose, nor does the Landlord assume, by reason thereof, any responsibility or liability whatsoever for the care or supervision of said premises, or any of the pipes, fixtures, appliances or appurtenances therein contained or therewith in any manner connected. NO NINETEENTH. - The Landlord has made no representations or REPRE- promises in respect to said building or to the demised premises TATIONS except those contained herein, and those, if any, contained in some written communication to the Tenant, signed by the Landlord. This instrument may not be changed, modified, discharged or terminated orally.
EIGHTEENTH. It is understood and agreed between the parties hereto that written notice mailed or delivered to the premises leased hereunder shall constitute sufficient notice to the lessee and written notice mailed or delivered to the office of the lessor shall constitute sufficient notice to the Lessor, to comply with the terms of this contract.
EIGHTEENTH. Any notice under this Agreement shall be in writing, addressed and delivered, or mailed, postage paid, to the other party at such address as such other party may designate for the receipt of such notices. Until further notice to the other party, it is agreed that the address of the Fund shall be Park 80 West, Plaza Two, Saddle Brook, New Jersey and Distributor shall be Park 80 West, Plaza Two, Saddle Brook, New Jersey.
EIGHTEENTH. Copies of the corporate documents of the Funds are on file with the state in which each Fund is domiciled, and notice is hereby given that each corporate document executed on behalf of the Directors of the Funds as Directors and not individually, and that the obligations of this instrument are not binding upon any of the Directors or shareholders individually but are binding only upon the asset and property of the Funds, and all persons dealing with any class of shares of the Funds must look solely to the Funds' property belonging to such class for the enforcement of any claims against the Funds.
EIGHTEENTH. Any notice under this Agreement shall be in writing, addressed and delivered, or mailed, postage paid, to the other party at such address as such other party may designate for the receipt of such notices. Until further notice to the other party, it is agreed that the address of the Trust shall be 40 West 57th Street, 19th Floor, New York, New York 10019, and the address of the Distributor shall be 40 West 57th Street, 19th Floor, New York, New York 10019.
EIGHTEENTH. The Stockholders' Assembly is the company's supreme organization and its meetings will take place in the social residence. The Stockholders Assemblies will be Extraordinary General and Ordinary General. Except for the foreseen in these Statutes for increases and decreases of capital stock, the General Assemblies that are summoned to talk about any of the subjects included within article 182 of General Corporations Law, will be Extraordinary. All the remaining ones will be Ordinary General Assemblies. Ordinary General Assemblies will be carried out at least once a year, within the 4 following months to the closing of each social exercise. Furthermore Order of the day matters, that article 181 of General Corporations Law refers, including the presentation to stockholders of the report that the general headline of article 172 of the above mentioned Law refers.
EIGHTEENTH. All notices and demands, legal or otherwise, incidental to this lease, or the occupation of the demised premises, shall be in writing. If the Landlord or its agent desires to give or serve upon the Tenant any notice or demand, it shall be sufficient to send a copy thereof by registered mail, addressed to the Tenant at the demised premises, or to leave a copy thereof with a person of suitable age found on the premises, or to post a copy thereof upon the door to said premises. Notices from the Tenant to the Landlord shall be sent by registered mail or delivered to the Landlord at the place hereinbefore designated for the payment of rent, or to such party or place as the Landlord may from time to time designate in writing.