Landlord Approval. (Check one) ☐ Tenant requires Landlord’s written approval to sublet the Premises. In the event that the Original Lease requires the approval of Landlord prior to any subletting of the Premises by Tenant, then the validity of this Sublease is subject to securing the approval of Landlord. Tenant shall supply Subtenant a copy of Landlord’s written approval at least days prior to the start date of the Term. Should Tenant fail to secure approval of this Sublease by Landlord prior such date, this Sublease shall be null and void. Landlord may require information from Subtenant such as a bank statement or may seek to do a background and credit check on Subtenant and, in such case, Subtenant agrees to reasonably cooperate in all such matters. ☐ Tenant does NOT require Landlord’s written approval to sublet the Premises.
Landlord Approval. Tenant will not make any Structural Alterations to the Premises or any Alterations to the Common Area. Tenant will not make any other Alterations without Landlord's prior written consent, which consent Landlord shall not unreasonably withhold; provided, however, that Landlord may condition its consent in its reasonable discretion. Along with any request for Landlord's consent, Tenant will deliver to Landlord complete plans and specifications for the Alterations, and will identify any prospective contractors for the Alterations. If Landlord approves the proposed Alterations, Tenant, before commencing the Alterations or delivering (or accepting delivery of) any materials to be used in connection with the Alterations, will deliver to Landlord for Landlord's reasonable approval proof of insurance required by Section 8.2, copies of all necessary permits and licenses, and such other information relating to the Alterations as Landlord reasonably requests. Tenant will not commence the Alterations before Landlord, in Landlord's reasonable discretion, approves the foregoing deliveries. Tenant will construct all approved Alterations or cause all approved Alterations to be constructed (a) promptly by a licensed and properly bonded contractor, (b) in a good and workmanlike manner, (c) in compliance with all Laws, (d) in accordance with all orders, rules and regulations of the Board of Fire Underwriters having jurisdiction over the Premises and any other body exercising similar functions, and (e) in full compliance with all of Landlord's rules and regulations applicable to third party contractors, subcontractors and suppliers performing work at the Property.
Landlord Approval. This sublease is not binding upon either party unless approved by the landlord as provided below, provided such approval is required by the original lease. The parties hereby bind themselves to this agreement by their signatures affixed below on this day of , 20 . Printed Name of Sublessor(s):
Landlord Approval. Tenant shall not make (or permit to be made) any change, addition or improvement to any of the Premises (including, without limitation, the attachment of any fixture or equipment) unless such change, addition or improvement (a) equals or exceeds the quality of materials used in construction of such Premises and utilizes only new materials, (b) is in conformity with all Legal Requirements as defined in Section 4.2(a), and is made after
Landlord Approval. In the event that the Original Lease requires the approval of Landlord prior to any subletting of the Premises by Tenant, then the validity of this Sublease is subject to securing the approval of Landlord. Tenant shall supply Subtenant a copy of Landlord’s written approval at least ___ days prior to the start date of the Term. Should Tenant fail to secure approval of this Sublease by Landlord prior such date, this Sublease shall be null and void.
Landlord Approval. Developer shall submit all plans ----------------- required by subsections 7.3 and 3.7 to Landlord, attention General Manager, who shall coordinate the review and approval of such plans with appropriate departments of the City of Long Beach. Landlord shall either approve or disapprove of any item submitted for approval to Landlord by Developer pursuant to subsections 7.3.3 through 7.3.6 above and subsection 3.7 within fifteen (15) days of Landlord's receipt thereof by giving written notice of such approval or disapproval to Developer. Any such disapproval shall state in writing the reasons for disapproval. Failure by Landlord to expressly so disapprove of any such item within such fifteen (15) day period shall constitute Landlord's approval of such item. The criteria to be used by Landlord in approving or disapproving any such item shall be (i) compliance with the Basic Concept Documents and PD-2 zoning, ii) exterior aesthetics, (iii) consistency with prior improvement on the Premises or the adjacent premises leased by Developer from the City of Long Beach, (iv) relationship of improvements to adjacent land, including public rights-of-way, (v) the general function of the spaces within the Project between building areas and adjacent public rights-of-way, consistent with overall project design. In general, Developer shall be permitted freedom of design of all exteriors. In the event Landlord disapproves of any such item, Developer may cause such item to be appropriately revised and resubmit the same to Landlord for approval pursuant to this subsection 7.3.7. Landlord and Developer agree to cooperate reasonably each with the other in resolving any objections of the other to such item and/or requested modifications by the other party. The provisions of this section with respect to notice, time for and method of approval shall apply to any such revised item resubmitted to Landlord for approval. Upon the approval of any such item, Landlord shall execute and return a copy of such item to Developer marked approved by Landlord with the date of such approval. Any item to be approved or disapproved by Landlord shall be deemed to have been submitted to and received by Landlord on the date such item is delivered to or received at the office of the Director of Community Development of Landlord.
Landlord Approval. All signs to be installed by Tenant in or on the Premises shall be in accordance with Landlord's sign criteria (Exhibit E) and shall be installed only after written approval by Landlord or project architect of the size, design, material, location and method of installation of the sign, in accordance with sign criteria. Tenant's request for approval shall include sign drawings which shall clearly show graphic as well as construction and attachment details for all signs, including electrical load requirements (if any) and brightness in footcandles (if applicable).
Landlord Approval. Tenant shall not make any capital improvements to or alterations of the Coliseum Property without the prior written approval of Landlord to the extent that such capital improvements or alterations (a) materially affect the exterior structure or appearance of the Coliseum or Coliseum Property, or the historical significance of the Coliseum,