Hindrances Sample Clauses

Hindrances. Keep any goods or other items in the corridors causing hindrance in any manner in the free movement in the corridors and other places of common use in the Building.

Related to Hindrances

Obstructions The Tenant shall not obstruct or place anything in or on the sidewalks or driveways outside the Building or in the lobbies, corridors, stairwells, or other Common Areas, or use such locations for any purpose except access to and exit from the Premises without the Landlord's prior written consent. The Landlord may remove at the Tenant's expense any such obstruction or thing caused or placed by the Tenant (and unauthorized by the Landlord) without notice or obligation to the Tenant.
Interference Tenant agrees that the Network, Tenant’s communications equipment and the communications equipment of Tenant’s service providers located in or about the Premises or installed in the Building to service the Premises including, without limitation, any antennas, switches, or other equipment (collectively, “Tenant’s Communications Equipment”) shall be of a type and, if applicable, a frequency that will not cause radio frequency, electromagnetic, or other interference to any other party or any equipment of any other party including, without limitation, Landlord, other tenants, or occupants of the Building, Landlord reserves the right to cause Tenant to operate on a channel or frequency band that Landlord selects, in its sole discretion. In the event that Tenant’s Communications Equipment causes or is believed by Landlord to cause any such interference, upon receipt of notice from Landlord of such interference, Tenant will promptly take all steps necessary to correct and eliminate the interference. If the interference is not eliminated within 24 hours (or a shorter period if Landlord believes a shorter period to be appropriate) then, upon notice from Landlord, Tenant shall use other channels or frequencies as determined solely by Landlord, or, at Landlord’s election, shut down the Tenant’s Communications Equipment pending resolution of the interference (with the exception of intermittent testing upon prior notice to, and with the prior approval of, Landlord). Landlord shall have no obligation or liability with respect to any interruption, curtailment or discontinuance of telecommunications services.
Obstruction The sidewalks, entries, passages, corridors, halls, lobbies, stairways, elevators and other common facilities of the Building shall be controlled by Landlord and shall not be obstructed by Tenant or used for any purposes other than ingress or egress to and from the Premises. Tenant shall not place any item in any of such locations, whether or not any such item constitutes an obstruction, without the prior written consent of Landlord. Landlord shall have the right to remove any obstruction or any such item without notice to Tenant and at the expense of Tenant. The floors, skylights and windows that reflect or admit light into any place in said Building shall not be covered or obstructed by Tenant.
Nuisances Tenant shall not perform any acts or carry on any practice which may injure the demised premises or be a nuisance or menace to other tenants in the Shopping Center.
Interruptions There shall be no abatement of rent and Lessor shall not be liable in any respect whatsoever for the inadequacy, stoppage, interruption or discontinuance of any utility or service due to riot, strike, labor dispute, breakdown, accident, repair or other cause beyond Lessor's reasonable control or in cooperation with governmental request or directions.
EVICTIONS The Owner hereby gives power to the Agent to sign and serve notices on the Owner’s behalf and prosecute actions to evict tenants; recover possession of the Property; recover rents and other sums due; and, when expedient, settle, compromise and release claims, actions, and suits and/or reinstate tenancies.
Explosion 4. Riot Or Civil Commotion
OCCUPANTS Tenant agrees that no more than persons may reside on the Property without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
Interruption Landlord shall be under no responsibility or liability for failure or interruption of any of the above-described services, repairs or replacements caused by breakage, accident, strikes, repairs, inability to obtain supplies, labor or materials, or for any other causes beyond the control of the Landlord, and in no event for any indirect or consequential damages to Tenant; and failure or omission on the part of the Landlord to furnish any of same for any of the reasons set forth in this paragraph shall not be construed as an eviction of Tenant, actual or constructive, nor entitle Tenant to an abatement of rent, nor render the Landlord liable in damages, nor release Tenant from prompt fulfillment of any of its covenants under this Lease. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Landlord fails to provide any service that it is required to provide above so that Tenant’s ability to conduct business at the Premises is materially adversely affected for a period of five (5) consecutive business days after written notice thereof from Tenant to Landlord, then, provided that such failure or Landlord’s inability to cure such condition is not (i) due to a cause beyond Landlord’s reasonable control and/or (ii) generally affecting other buildings in the vicinity of the Premises (such as a neighborhood power outage or a water main break) or a fire or other casualty or taking (which shall be governed by Article 7 below) or the fault or negligence of Tenant or any of its agents, employees or contractors, the Fixed Rent and Additional Rent shall be equitably abated based upon the impact thereof on Tenant’s ability to conduct business in the Premises until the earlier of (a) the date such service(s) is restored to their level prior to the interruption or (b) the date Tenant commences to cure, pursuant to Section 10.6, a failure by Landlord to provide a service that is materially essential to Tenant’s business operations.
Acts of God In the event either party is unable to perform its obligations under the terms of this Management Agreement, despite having taken commercially reasonable precautions, because of acts of God, interruption of electrical power or other utilities, equipment or transmission failure or damage reasonably beyond its control, or other causes reasonably beyond its control, such party shall not be liable to the other for any damages resulting from such failure to perform or otherwise from such causes. The Manager and the Trust shall notify each other as soon as reasonably possible following the occurrence of an event described in this subsection.