Fire Sample Clauses

Fire. (a) If the Leased Premises are at any time damaged or destroyed as a result of fire, the elements, accident or other perils as are insured against from time to time pursuant to Paragraph 9 hereof, and if as a result of such occurrence: (i) fifty percent (50%) or more of the Leased Premises are rendered wholly unfit for occupancy; or (ii) the cost of repairing or rebuilding the Leased Premises exceeds twenty-five percent (25%) or more of the replacement cost thereof; or (iii) in the opinion of the Landlord’s architect or engineer, to be given as soon as reasonably possible after the occurrence of such damage or destruction, the Leased Premises cannot be repaired with reasonable diligence within one hundred and twenty (120) days of the happening of such damage or destruction, then, in each case, either party may, at its option, to be exercised within thirty (30) days of the happening of such occurrence, terminate the Lease by giving to the other party notice in writing of the election to terminate the Lease. In the event of such termination, the Lease and the Term hereby demised shall cease and be at an end as of the date of such damage or destruction and the Minimum Rent and all other additional rent for which the Tenant is liable under the terms of this Lease shall be apportioned and paid in full to the date of such destruction or damage.
Fire. 11) It is understood and agreed that if the premises hereby leased be damaged or destroyed in whole or in part by fire or other casualty during the term hereof, the Landlord will repair and restore the same to good tenantable condition with reasonable dispatch, and that the rent herein provided for shall abate entirely in case the entire premises are untenantable and pro rata for the portion rendered untenantable, in case a part only is untenantable, until the same shall be restored to a tenantable condition; provided, however, that if the Tenant shall fail to adjust his insurance or to remove his damaged good, wares, equipment or property within a reasonable time, and as a result thereof the repairing and restoration is delayed, there shall be no abatement of rental during the period of such resulting delay, and provided further that there shall be no abatement of rental if such fire or a other cause damaging or destroying the leased premises shall result from the negligence or willful act of the Tenant, his agents or employees, and provided further that if the Tenant shall use any part of the leased premises for storage during the period of repair a reasonable charge shall be made therefor against the Tenant, and provided further that in case the leased premises, or the building of which they are a part, shall be destroyed to the extent of more than one-half of the value thereof, the Landlord may at his option terminate this lease forthwith by a written notice to the Tenant.
Fire. Use every reasonable precaution against fire.
Fire. (1) Any person (being either an officer or member of the crew of the relative vessel or an employee of the Company) who discovers an outbreak of fire in or on board any vessel in a berthing area or occupying a berth shall forthwith give an alarm by means of the nearest electrical signal provided for that purpose and shall notify the Marine Manager of such outbreak PROVIDED THAT it shall be a defence to a prosecution under this sub‑bylaw for the defendant to establish that such alarm and notification had previously been given or that he reasonably believed that such was the case.
Fire. If the Premises shall be partially damaged by fire or similar casualty as is covered under insurance policies carried by Landlord, the damage shall be repaired by and at the expense of Landlord to the extent provided for pursuant to the provisions thereof. Any fire or similar casualty damage to the Premises, within the deductible limits of the aforementioned policies shall be repaired by Landlord, but paid for by Tenant as additional rent. The rent, until such repairs are made, shall be apportioned according to the portion of the Premises which was damaged or which has been made unusable, whichever is less. Nevertheless the Lease shall continue in full force and effect. If the Premises are totally or substantially damaged by fire or similar casualty as is covered under policies required of Landlord pursuant to the covenants of this Lease, and if Landlord, at its option, decides not to restore or not to rebuild same, Landlord shall then, within sixty (60) days after such fire, give Tenant notice of such decision, and thereupon this Lease shall expire by lapse of time upon the fifth day after such notice is given. Tenant shall then vacate the Premises and surrender same to Landlord. For the purpose of this Lease substantial damage is defined as that which is greater than thirty (30%) percent of the insured value of the premises as determined by the cost estimate of Landlord. Tenant acknowledges that Landlord will not carry insurance on the furniture, furnishings, inventory, fixtures, equipment, improvements, alterations, additions, property, appurtenances, or similar items that are not the property of Landlord in or upon the Premises and agrees that Landlord is not and shall not be obligated to repair any damage or loss thereto, nor replace same, nor compensate any person or party for any loss, damage, or destruction regardless of cause and/or reason. In the event Landlord, at its option, decides to restore or rebuild the Premises, no penalty shall accrue for reasonable delay which may arise by reason of adjustment of insurance on the part of Landlord and/or Tenant, or for delays on account of labor troubles or other reasons or causes beyond Landlord's control. In accordance with this paragraph, Tenant explicitly waives applicability of N.J.S.A. 46:8-6 and N.J.S.A. 46:8-7.