LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY Sample Clauses

LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Tenant shall permit Landlord and its Agents to enter the Premises at all reasonable times following reasonable notice (except in the event of an emergency), for the purpose of inspection, maintenance or making repairs, alterations or additions as well as to exhibit the Premises for the purpose of sale or mortgage and, during the last 12 months of the Term, to exhibit the Premises to any prospective tenant. Landlord will make reasonable efforts not to inconvenience Tenant in exercising the foregoing rights, but shall not be liable for any loss of occupation or quiet enjoyment thereby occasioned.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord and persons authorized by Landlord may enter the Premises at all reasonable times upon reasonable advance notice (except in the case of an emergency in which case no prior notice is necessary) for the purpose of inspections, repairs, alterations to adjoining space, appraisals, or other reasonable purposes; including enforcement of Landlord’s rights under this Lease. Tenant shall have the right to accompany Landlord during each entry. Landlord shall use commercially reasonable efforts to perform all routine maintenance in a manner which does not interfere with Tenant’s business. Landlord shall not be liable for inconvenience to or disturbance of Tenant by reason of any such entry. Provided, however, that such efforts shall not require Landlord to use overtime labor unless Tenant shall pay for the increased costs to be incurred by Landlord for such overtime labor. Landlord also shall have the right to enter the Premises at all reasonable times after giving prior oral notice to Tenant, to exhibit the Premises to any prospective purchaser and/or mortgagee. During the last nine months of the Term or in the Event of Default, Landlord also shall have the right to enter the Premises at all reasonable times after giving prior oral notice to Tenant, to exhibit the Premises to any prospective tenants.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord shall be allowed access to the premises, at any reasonable hour for the purpose of examining or exhibiting of same, and for making such repairs or alterations either as Landlord may deem necessary or appropriate or as Tenant may request. Tenants are not allowed to interfere with showings as this is a direct violation of your lease. In the City of Urbana Landlord will give tenants 24 hours notice. While not required in Champaign, Landlord will make reasonable effort to give tenant advance notice and may provide this notice through phone, email, verbal or posting notice. In cases of emergency repairs or due to complaints, Landlord may have to enter the premises with no formal notice.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord, its agents, employees and contractors shall have the right to enter the Leased Premises at all reasonable times, including emergencies determined by Landlord, (a) to make inspections or to make repairs, replacements and improvements to Leased Premises or other premises as Landlord may deem necessary or reasonably desirable to the Premises or to any other portion of the Building or which Landlord may elect to perform; (b) to perform nightly cleaning of the Leased Premises; (c) to exhibit the Leased Premises to prospective purchasers at any reasonable time, or to prospective tenants during the last one hundred and eighty (180) days of the Lease Term; and (d) for any purpose whatsoever relating to the safety, protection or preservation of the Building. Such entry by Landlord shall be, whenever reasonably possible, during normally business hours, except in cases of emergency. Landlord shall use reasonable best efforts to minimize interference to Tenant's business when making repairs, but, unless otherwise agreed with Tenant, Landlord shall not be required to perform the repairs at any time other than during normal working hours. The right and authority hereby reserved do not impose, no does the Landlord assume by reason thereof, any responsibility or liability whatsoever for the care, maintenance or supervision of the Leased Premises or any pipes, fixtures, appliances or appurtenances therein contained or therewith in any manner connected.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY a. Tenant shall permit Landlord and the authorized representatives of Landlord and of any mortgagee or any prospective mortgagee to enter the Premises at all reasonable times, with prior notice to Tenant, for the purpose of (i) inspecting the Premises or (ii) making any necessary repairs to the Premises or to the Building and performing any work therein, including any work necessary to obtain or maintain Building Certification and/or maintain the Sustainability Standards. During the progress of any work on the Premises or the Building, Landlord will attempt not to inconvenience Tenant, but shall not be liable for inconvenience, annoyance, disturbance, loss of business or other damage to Tenant by reason of making any repair or by bringing or storing materials, supplies, tools and equipment in the Premises during the performance of any work, and the obligations of Tenant under this Lease shall not be thereby affected in any manner whatsoever.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. LANDLORD may enter and inspect the premises during normal business hours and upon reasonable advance notice of at least 24 hours to TENANT. LANDLORD is permitted to make all alterations, repairs and maintenance that in LANDLORD'S judgment is necessary to perform. In addition LANDLORD has all right to enter pursuant to Civil Code Section 1954. If the work performed requires that TENANT temporarily vacate the unit, then TENANT shall vacate for this temporary period upon being served a 7 days notice by LANDLORD. TENANT agrees that in such event that TENANT will be solely compensated by a corresponding reduction in rent for those many days that TENANT was temporarily displaced. If the work to be performed requires the cooperation of TENANT to perform certain tasks, then those tasks shall be performed upon serving 24 hours written notice by LANDLORD. (EXAMPLE -removing food items from cabinets so that the unit may be sprayed for pests)
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord shall have the right, at all reasonable hours, to enter the Leased Premises for the following reasons: inspection, cleaning or making repairs, making such alterations or additions as Landlord may deem necessary or desirable; installation of utility lines servicing the Leased Premises or any other space in the Building; determining Tenant's use of the Leased Premises, or for determining if any act of default under this Lease has occurred. Landlord shall give twenty-four (24) hours written notice to Tenant prior to such entry, except in cases of emergency when Landlord may enter the Leased Premises at any time and without prior notice. During the period that is six (6) months prior to the end of the Lease term, Landlord and Landlord's agents and representatives shall have the right to enter the Leased Premises at any reasonable time during business hours, without notice, for the purpose of showing the Leased Premises and shall have the right to erect on the Leased Premises a suitable sign indicating the Leased Premises are available for lease. Tenant shall give written notice to Landlord at least thirty (30) days prior to vacating the Leased Premises and shall arrange to meet with Landlord for a joint inspection of the Leased Premises prior to vacating. In the event of Tenant's failure to give such notice or arrange such joint inspection, Landlord's inspection at or after Tenant's vacating the Leased Premises shall be conclusively deemed correct for purposes of determining Tenant's responsibility for repairs and restoration.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord, and those persons authorized by it, shall have the right to enter the Premises at all reasonable times and upon reasonable notice for the purposes of making repairs, making connections, installing utilities, providing services to the Premises, making inspections or showing the same to prospective purchasers and/or lenders, as well as at any time in the event of emergency involving possible injury to property or persons in or around the Premises. Further, during the last twelve (12) months of the Term, Landlord and those persons authorized by it shall have the right at reasonable times and upon reasonable notice to show the Premises to prospective tenants. Landlord shall use reasonable efforts to minimize interference with Tenant’s business operations on the Premises during the period of any such entry, including without limitation making it clear in any signage or showings that the property may be for sale or lease, but not the business of Tenant.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. The Landlord and its authorized representatives shall be entitled to enter the Premises at any reasonable time during the Tenant’s usual business hours, after giving the Tenant at least twenty-four (24) hours’ oral or written notice thereof, (a) to inspect the Premises, (b) during the last twelve (12) months of the Term, to exhibit the Premises (i) to any existing or prospective purchaser or Mortgagee thereof, or (ii) to any prospective tenant thereof, provided that in doing so the Landlord and each such invitee observes all reasonable safety standards and procedures which the Tenant may require, and (c) to make any repair thereto and/or to take any other action therein which the Landlord is permitted to take by this Lease or applicable law (provided, that in any situation in which, due to an emergency or otherwise, the Landlord reasonably believes the physical condition of the Premises, the Building or any part of the Project would be unreasonably jeopardized unless the Landlord were to take such action immediately, the Landlord shall not be required to give such notice to the Tenant and may enter the same at any time). Nothing in this section shall be deemed to impose any duty on the Landlord to make any such repair or take any such action, and the Landlord’s performance thereof shall not constitute a waiver of the Landlord’s right hereunder to have the Tenant perform such work. Provided that the Landlord diligently proceeds with, and uses commercially reasonable efforts to minimize disruption to the Tenant during the performance of, such repairs or the taking of such action, the Landlord shall not be liable to the Tenant for any inconvenience, annoyance, disturbance, loss of business or other damage sustained by the Tenant by reason of the making of such repairs, the taking of such action or the bringing of materials, supplies and equipment upon the Premises during the course thereof, and the Tenant’s obligations under this Lease shall not be affected thereby.
LANDLORD'S RIGHT OF ENTRY. Landlord shall have the right to enter upon the rental space or any part thereof without charge at all reasonable time and in the case of emergency, at any time, for the purpose of determining whether the covenants herein contained are being carried out by Tenant, to inspect the physical condition of the rental space, to make or facilitate any repairs or alterations to the rental space (but nothing contained in this Para. shall obligate Landlord to make any repairs or alterations), to show the rental space to prospective purchasers or tenants and Tenant shall not be entitled to any abatement or reduction of rent damages by reason of any of the foregoing. Provided, however, that any such access shall only be allowed if Landlord or his representative is accompanied by an employee of the Tenant, and Tenant hereby agrees not to unreasonably withhold the providing of said employee for this purpose.