INCREASE IN RISK Sample Clauses

INCREASE IN RISK. 6.1.1. Tenant shall not do or permit to be done any act or thing as a result of which either (a) any policy of insurance of any kind covering (i) any or all of the Property or (ii) any liability of Landlord in connection therewith, may become void or suspended, or (b) the insurance risk under any such policy would (in the opinion of the insurer thereunder) be made greater unless Tenant shall pay as Additional Rent the amount of any increase in any premium for such insurance resulting from any such increased risk.
INCREASE IN RISK. No tenant shall do anything in the Leased Premises, and/or the Building or bring or keep anything therein, which will in any way increase or tend to increase the risk of fire, or which shall conflict with the regulations of the Fire Department or the fire laws, or with any rules or ordinances established by the Board of Health. No tenant shall use any machinery which may cause any objectionable noise, jar, or tremor to the floors or walls, or which, by its weight, might injure the floors of the Building. No tenant shall do anything in the Leased Premises and/or the Building which will pose a risk of a Release of a Hazardous Substance or creation of an Environmental Condition on the Leased Premises.
INCREASE IN RISK. Tenant shall not do or permit to be done (within its commercially reasonable control) any act or thing as a result of which any policy of insurance of any kind covering any or all of the Property or any liability of Landlord in connection therewith may become void or suspended.
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INCREASE IN RISK. Tenant shall not conduct or permit to be conducted any activity nor shall Tenant place any equipment in or about the Premises or the Property which will, in any way, increase the rate of, or cause the cancellation of, any policy of insurance of any kind covering any or all of the Property or any liability of Landlord in connection therewith. If any insurance company or the applicable insurance rating bureau states that any increase in the rate of insurance is due to an activity or equipment of Tenant in or about the Premises or the Property, such statements shall be conclusive evidence that the increase in such rate is due to such activity or equipment, and, as a result thereof, Tenant shall be liable for such increase and shall reimburse Landlord therefore upon demand. Any such sum due Landlord shall be considered additional rent payable hereunder. If any activity, equipment or improvement done, installed or constructed by Tenant in or to the Premises shall violate any requirements of Landlord's insurer(s), Tenant shall take prompt action to comply with such regulation at Tenant's sole cost and expense.
INCREASE IN RISK. Tenant shall not do or suffer to be done, or keep or suffer to be kept, anything in, upon or about the Premises that shall violate SEPTA's policies of hazard or liability insurance or that shall prevent SEPTA from procuring such policies in companies acceptable to SEPTA. If anything done, omitted to be done or suffered by Tenant to be kept in, upon or about the Premises shall cause the rate of fire or other insurance on the Premises or on other property of SEPTA to be increased beyond the minimum rate from time to time applicable to the Premises or to any such property for the use or uses made thereof, Tenant shall pay, as Additional Rental, the amount of any such increase upon SEPTA's demand.
INCREASE IN RISK. The Tenant (a) shall not do or permit to be done any act or thing as a result of which either (i) any policy of insurance of any kind covering any or all of the Property or any liability of the Landlord in connection therewith may become void or suspended, or (ii) the insurance risk under any such policy would (in the opinion of the insurer thereunder) be made greater; and (b) shall pay as Additional Rent the amount of any increase in any premium for such insurance resulting from any breach of such covenant. [SEE PARAGRAPH 28 OF RIDER] 11.2 Insurance to be maintained by Tenant. The Tenant shall maintain at its expense, throughout the Term, insurance against loss or liability in connection with bodily injury, death, property damage and destruction, occurring within the Premises or arising out of the use thereof by the Tenant or its agents, employees, officers or invitees, visitors and guests under one or more policies of general public liability insurance having such limits as to each as are reasonably required by the Landlord from time to time (but in any event of not less than (a) One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) for injury to or death of any one or more persons during any one occurrence, and (b) Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) for property damage or destruction during any one occurrence. Such policies shall provide that they shall not be cancelable without at least thirty (30) days' prior written notice to the Landlord (and, at the Landlord's request, any such Mortgagee), and shall be issued by insurers of recognized responsibility licensed to do business in Maryland. [SEE PARAGRAPH 29 OF RIDER] 11.3.