Keys Sample Clauses

Keys. Unless an alternative locking or keying system is specified, a minimum of two sets of keys, with tags indicating room number or room description or door each key is intended to fit attached to each key, shall be delivered to the Owner and Using Agency. Contractor shall prepare and furnish with the keys an itemized key schedule listing the room number or room description or door, serial number of key, and number of keys being delivered for each door or lock.
Keys. Each tenant occupying the unit will receive one (1) key for the unit. Only one (1) mailbox key will be issued for the unit. If tenant loses a key during the term of the lease, tenant will be billed for the cost of changing the lock and providing new keys. A fee of $100.00 will be assessed to the tenant for lock changes. Tenant will be charged $35.00 if the office needs to be called to open the door for a tenant or guest that is locked out of their home during regular business hours and $45.00 for afterhours lock outs.
Keys. Resident is issued a key for Resident’s assigned space. This key remains the property of Provider and may not be duplicated by Resident or loaned to any other person by Resident.
Keys. To retain and use at any time passkeys to enter the Premises or any door within the Premises. Tenant shall not alter or add any lock or bolt.
Keys. The Tenant(s) shall receive keys on the inception date of this lease. The keys are not to be duplicated except by the Landlord, and if a key is lost or stolen, Tenants(s) will pay all charges incurred in the replacement of the locks and making of new keys. There is a $25.00 fee, per key for each key not left at premises at the end of the lease. Changing of the locks by the Tenant(s) constitutes a breach of this lease and will be treated as any other breach under Paragraph 13 of this agreement. There is a $100.00 charge for Landlord to unlock premises.
Keys. The Purchaser understands that the Seller may not be in possession of keys, including but not limited to, mailbox keys, recreation area keys, gate cards, or automatic garage remote controls, and any cost of obtaining the same will be the responsibility of the Purchaser. The Purchaser also understands that if the Property includes an alarm system, the Seller cannot provide the access code and/or key and that the Purchaser is responsible for any costs associated with the alarm and/or changing the access code or obtaining keys. If the Property is presently on a Master Key System, the Seller will re-key the exterior doors to the Property prior to closing at the Purchaser's expense. The Purchaser authorizes and instructs escrow holder to charge the account of the Purchaser at closing for the rekey.
Keys. The Contractor shall be provided all keys necessary to perform the Services. The Contractor shall be responsible for security and tracking of all keys, which the University may audit at any time. All keys shall be issued on a welded ring. If key(s) are lost by the Contractor or its personnel, the loss must be reported at, or prior to, shift end. The cost of re-keying each and every lock opened by the lost key(s) shall be borne by the Contractor, as well as the cost of the new key(s). The Contractor shall ensure that its personnel do not to lend key(s) to anyone without the consent of the University’s Representative.
Keys. All keys to the improvements, to the extent the same are in Seller’s possession.
Keys. Landlord may release keys to Premises to any of the occupants listed herein.
Keys. (a) Keys are issued at check-in by the community desk where the resident is assigned. Keys must be returned when occupancy is terminated. If a key is lost or not returned when occupancy is terminated, or if a temporary key is not returned within the required time, the door lock(s) will be changed and new keys will be made at the responsible resident’s expense.