Landlord’s Entry Sample Clauses

Landlord’s Entry. Landlord and its authorized representatives may at all reasonable times and upon reasonable notice to Tenant enter the Premises to: (a) inspect the Premises; (b) exercise and perform Landlord's rights and obligations under this Lease; (c) post notices of non-responsibility or other protective notices available under the Laws; (d) show the Premises to current or prospective mortgagees, or to prospective purchasers of the Property; or (e) during the last 12 months of the Term, show the Premises to prospective tenants. Landlord, in the event of any emergency, may enter the Premises at any time without notice to Tenant. If Landlord receives prior written notification from Tenant that specified areas within the Premises contain confidential materials, then Landlord shall not enter such portions of the Premises unless accompanied by a representative of Tenant except (i) in case of an emergency, or (ii) if Tenant authorizes Landlord to enter such portions of the Premises without accompaniment of Tenant's representative. Landlord's entry into the Premises is not to be construed as a forcible or unlawful entry into, or detainer of, the Premises or as an eviction of Tenant from all or any part of the Premises. Subject to Section 9.3 below, Tenant will also permit Landlord (or its designees) to erect, install, use, maintain, replace and repair pipes, cables, conduits, plumbing and vents, and telephone, electric and other wires or other items, in, to and through the Premises if Landlord reasonably determines that such activities are necessary for properly operating and maintaining the Building.
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Landlord’s Entry. Landlord and its agents, contractors and invitees shall have the right to enter the Premises at all reasonable times during Tenant’s business hours, with reasonable prior written notice of no less than two (2) business days to Tenant (except in the case of an emergency in which case notice shall be given as soon as practicable) to inspect the same, to exhibit same to prospective purchasers, tenants (during the final six (6) months of the Term only) and mortgagees, and to make any necessary repairs thereto; provided, however, except in the case of an emergency, Landlord shall attempt to reasonably schedule any such entry with Tenant so that it has the opportunity to have a representative present during such entry. During the progress of any necessary repairs to the Premises or the Building, Landlord will attempt not to inconvenience Tenant, but Landlord shall not be liable in any manner to Tenant by reason of such entry or the performance of repair work in the Premises and the obligations of Tenant hereunder shall not thereby be affected (except as expressly provided herein). Landlord acknowledges and understands that certain operations of Tenant within the Premises may involve the use of confidential information or have sensitive equipment (such as the server room), and that such areas within the Premises may be designated by Tenant as secure areas. In recognition of such needs by Tenant, Landlord shall provide Tenant an opportunity to have an employee of Tenant accompany Landlord during any entry into the Premises by Landlord unless an employee of Tenant is not available to do so, and that in entering into any areas within the Premises which Tenant has designated to Landlord as secured areas, Landlord shall be accompanied, in any event, by an employee of Tenant, except in the case of an emergency.
Landlord’s Entry. The Tenant shall permit the Landlord and it agents, after at least twenty four (24) hours’ notice except in the case of emergencies, to enter the Premises at all reasonable hours for the purpose of inspecting or making repairs to the same, monitoring Tenant’s compliance with the requirements and restrictions set forth in this Lease, and for the purpose of showing the Premises to prospective purchasers and mortgagees at all reasonable times and to prospective tenants within twelve (12) months of the end of the Term provided that in connection with such entry, Tenant may provide procedures reasonably designed so as not to jeopardize Tenant’s trade secrets, proprietary technology or critical business operations, including accompaniment of all such persons by an employee of the Tenant. In case of an emergency, the Landlord shall make good faith efforts to notify the Tenant in person or by telephone prior to such entry, and in any event, the Landlord shall notify Tenant promptly thereafter such entry.
Landlord’s Entry. Except in an emergency, for the purposes of repair, inspection, extermination, installation or repair of any system, utility or appliance or to do any work deemed necessary by Landlord, Landlord may enter the Unit on reasonable notice and at reasonable times. Upon giving such notice, Landlord may also enter the Unit to show the Unit to prospective purchasers, lenders or other persons deemed appropriate and necessary by Landlord. During the last three (3) months of the Term of this Lease, Landlord may enter the Unit to show the Unit to prospective tenants.
Landlord’s Entry. Landlord and its agents have the right to enter the Unit, with notice and at all reasonable hours, for inspections, painting, and repairs, to enforce University rules and regulations, to show the Premises to prospective tenants, lenders, or purchasers, and for other reasonable purposes. Notice is not needed for emergencies or if Landlord reasonably believes Tenant broke the Lease. The submission of a service request constitutes permission for Landlord to enter the Unit for repairs. If Landlord believes or is notified by the University or any police agency that there is probable cause that a crime has been or is being committed on the Premises, Landlord reserves the right to lock out all residents of a Unit to allow for un-tampered investigation of the alleged crime scene. Tenant understands that probable cause limits his/her rights to occupation of the Unit for a reasonable amount of time in order to allow for the investigation. Any tenant of the Unit who is not suspected of the alleged crime may be moved to a temporary Unit while the investigation is ongoing. Access to his/her belongings will be given with the presence and permission of Landlord or its agents and the investigating police agency.
Landlord’s Entry. The Tenant shall permit the Landlord and its agents (which agents shall be identified to Tenant and reasonably approved by Tenant for entry), after 48 hours prior notice and at times reasonably acceptable to Tenant, except in the case of emergencies, to enter the Premises at all reasonable hours for the purpose of inspecting or of making repairs to the same, monitoring Tenant’s compliance with the requirements and restrictions set forth in this Lease, and for the purpose of showing the Premises to prospective purchasers and mortgagees at all reasonable times and to prospective tenants (during the last nine (9) months of the Term or after notice of termination by the Tenant has been received by Landlord) provided that in connection with such entry, Tenant may provide procedures reasonably designed so as not to jeopardize Tenant’s trade secrets, proprietary technology or critical business operations.
Landlord’s Entry. Landlord may enter the Premises at reasonable times and in a reasonable manner to inspect or exhibit same, to comply with Landlord’s obligations or exercise Landlord’s rights under this Lease Agreement, or to make repairs or renovations required in connection with adjoining spaces, provided that said entry shall not unreasonably interfere with Tenant’s right of quiet enjoyment of the Premises.
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Landlord’s Entry. The Tenant agrees to permit the Landlord and its authorized representatives to enter the Premises In accordance with the rights set forth in Article 15 below in connection with the rights and obligations of Landlord set forth in this Article 11. No exercise by the Landlord of any rights herein reserved shall entitle Tenant to any damage for any injury or inconvenience occasioned thereby nor to any abatement of Rent. In the event Landlord makes or causes any such repairs to be made or performed, as provided for herein Tenant shall pay the cost thereof to Landlord forthwith, as Additional Rent upon receipt of a xxxx therefor, except for that work as provided herein which will be at the sole cost and expense of Landlord. Nothing herein contained shall imply any duty on the part of the Landlord to do any such work which, under any provision of this Agreement, Tenant may be required to do, nor shall it constitute a waiver of Tenant’s default in failing to do the same.
Landlord’s Entry. The Tenant agrees to permit the Landlord and its authorized representatives to enter the Premises upon reasonable notice (except in an emergency, in which case no notice shall be required). Tenant further covenants and agrees that the Landlord may go upon the Premises and make any necessary repairs to the Premises and perform any work therein:
Landlord’s Entry. Landlord and its authorized representatives may at all reasonable times and upon reasonable notice to Tenant enter the Premises to: (a) inspect the Premises; (b) show the Premises to prospective purchasers, mortgagees and tenants; (c) post notices of non-responsibility or other protective notices available under the Laws; and (d) exercise and perform Landlord’s rights and obligations under this Lease. Landlord, in the event of any emergency, may enter the Premises without notice to Tenant. Landlord’s entry into the Premises is not to be construed as a forcible or unlawful entry into, or detainer of, the Premises or as an eviction of Tenant from all or any part of the Premises. Subject to Section 9.3 below, Tenant will also permit Landlord (or its designees) to erect, install, use, maintain, replace and repair pipes, cables, conduits, plumbing and vents, and telephone, electric and other wires or other items, in, to and through the Premises (in a manner and in locations reasonably acceptable to Tenant) if Landlord reasonably determines that such activities are necessary for properly operating and maintaining the Building.
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