Jointly and Severally Liable. The Contractor is jointly and severally liable with such subcontractors, materialmen, or manufacturers; and
Jointly and Severally Liable. 24.1 In the event that this Concession is held by multiple Concessionaire’s, they will be jointly and severally liable.
Jointly and Severally Liable. If more than one person or entity executes this Note as Borrower, all of said parties shall be jointly and severally liable for payment of the indebtedness evidenced hereby. Borrower and all sureties, endorsers, guarantors and any other party now or hereafter liable for the payment of this Note in whole or in part, hereby severally (a) waive demand, presentment for payment, notice of dishonor and of nonpayment, protest, notice of protest, notice of intent to accelerate, notice of acceleration and all other notice, filing of suit and diligence in collecting this Note or enforcing any of the security herefor; (b) agree to any substitution, subordination, exchange or release of any such security or the release of any party primarily or secondarily liable hereon; (c) agree that the holder hereof shall not be required first to institute suit or exhaust its remedies hereon against Borrower or others liable or to become liable hereon or to enforce its rights against them or any security herefor; (d) consent to any extension or postponement of time of payment of this Note for any period or periods of time and to any partial payments, before or after maturity, and to any other indulgence with respect hereto, without notice thereof to any of them; and (e) submit (and waive all rights to object) to personal jurisdiction in the State of Texas, and venue in Dallas County, Texas, for the enforcement of any and all obligations under the Loan Documents.
Jointly and Severally Liable. Each Tenant understands that he/she is jointly and severally liable for all of the obligations of Tenant in this Agreement.
Jointly and Severally Liable. Each Tenant(s) is jointly and severally liable for all Lease Agreement obligations. If any Tenant(s), guests, or occupant violates the Lease Agreement, all Tenant(s) are considered to have violated the Lease Agreement. Management Company’s requests and notices to any one Tenant(s) constitute notice to all Tenant(s) and occupants. Notices and requests from any one Tenant(s) or occupant (including repair requests and entry permissions) constitute notice from all Tenant(s). In eviction suits, each Tenant(s) is considered the agent of all other Tenants in the Premise for service of process. A notice to vacate or to modify the lease must be signed by all Tenant(s) or it will not be considered valid. In the event that some but not all of the Tenants vacate the Premises, the security deposit shall be deemed the property of the last Tenant to vacate the Premises.
Jointly and Severally Liable. If a rental unit is occupied by more than one occupant it is agreed that each person will be held responsible for the entire lease agreement, rent and any other additional charges until the rental account is paid in full. Any prepaid rents and/or deposits (including pet deposits) will remain charged to the account and will not be applied until such time that all Tenants legally vacate the dwelling unit.