Maintenance and Repair. (a) Except for any Alterations that Tenant is permitted to make pursuant to this Lease, Tenant shall at all times put, keep and maintain the Leased Premises (including, without limitation, the roof, landscaping, walls, footings, foundations and structural components of the Leased Premises) in the same (or better) condition and order of repair as exists as of the Commencement Date, except for ordinary wear and tear, and shall promptly make all repairs and replacements of every kind and nature, whether foreseen or unforeseen, which may be required to be made upon or in connection with the Leased Premises in order to keep and maintain the Leased Premises in the order and condition required by this Paragraph 11(a). Tenant shall do or cause others to do all shoring of the Leased Premises or of foundations and walls of the Improvements and every other act necessary or appropriate for preservation and safety thereof, by reason of or in connection with any excavation or other building operation upon any of the Leased Premises, whether or not Landlord shall, by reason of any Legal Requirements or Insurance Requirements, be required to take such action or be liable for failure to do so. LANDLORD SHALL NOT BE REQUIRED TO MAKE ANY REPAIR, WHETHER FORESEEN OR UNFORESEEN, OR TO MAINTAIN ANY OF THE LEASED PREMISES IN ANY WAY, AND TENANT HEREBY EXPRESSLY WAIVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE REPAIRS AT THE EXPENSE OF THE LANDLORD, WHICH RIGHT MAY BE PROVIDED FOR IN ANY LAW NOW OR HEREAFTER IN EFFECT. Nothing in the preceding sentence shall be deemed to preclude Tenant from being entitled to insurance proceeds or condemnation awards for Restoration pursuant to Paragraphs 13(c) and 14(g). Tenant shall, in all events, make all repairs for which it is responsible hereunder promptly (but in any event shall commence actions to initiate such repairs as quickly as possible after the date Tenant becomes aware that such repairs are necessary, or, in the event of a Restoration pursuant to Paragraph 13(c) or 14(g), within sixty (60) days of the date insurance proceeds or a condemnation award has been paid to the Trustee (it being understood that Tenant shall take such steps as are reasonably necessary to protect and preserve the integrity and safety of the Leased Premises pending such payment) and shall diligently pursue such repairs to completion), and all repairs shall be made in a good, proper and workmanlike manner.
Maintenance and Repair. 6.6.1 Qwest will maintain its facilities and equipment used to provide CLEC resold services. CLEC or its End User Customers may not rearrange, move, disconnect or attempt to repair Qwest's facilities or equipment, including facilities or equipment that may terminate or be located at CLEC's End User Customer's premises, other than by connection or disconnection to any interface between Qwest and the End User Customer's facilities, without the written consent of Qwest.
Maintenance and Repair. 6.6.1 CenturyLink will maintain its facilities and equipment used to provide CLEC resold services. CLEC or its End User Customers may not rearrange, move, disconnect or attempt to repair CenturyLink's facilities or equipment, including facilities or equipment that may terminate or be located at CLEC's End User Customer's premises, other than by connection or disconnection to any interface between CenturyLink and the End User Customer's facilities, without the written consent of CenturyLink.
Maintenance and Repair. 61.1 In the event of an outage or trouble in any service being provided by CenturyLink hereunder, CLEC will follow CenturyLink’s standard procedures for isolating and clearing the outage or trouble. Before submitting a repair request to CenturyLink, CLEC will isolate trouble to the CenturyLink network and must submit test results indicating the location of the trouble when submitting the repair request.
Maintenance and Repair. So long as the Aircraft, Airframe or any Engine is subject to the Lien of this Trust Indenture, the Owner shall cause the Aircraft, Airframe and each Engine to be maintained, serviced, repaired and overhauled in accordance with (i) maintenance standards required by or substantially equivalent to those required by the FAA or the central aviation authority of Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands or the United Kingdom for the Aircraft, Airframe and Engines, so as to (A) keep the Aircraft, the Airframe and each Engine in as good operating condition as on the Closing Date, ordinary wear and tear excepted, (B) keep the Aircraft in such operating condition as may be necessary to enable the applicable airworthiness certification of such Aircraft to be maintained under the regulations of the FAA or other Aviation Authority then having jurisdiction over the operation of the Aircraft, except during (x) temporary periods of storage in accordance with applicable regulations, (y) maintenance and modification permitted hereunder or (z) periods when the FAA or such other Aviation Authority has revoked or suspended the airworthiness certificates for Similar Aircraft; and (ii) except during periods when a Permitted Lease is in effect, the same standards as Owner uses with respect to similar aircraft of similar size in its fleet operated by Owner in similar circumstances and, during any period in which a Permitted Lease is in effect, the same standards used by the Permitted Lessee with respect to similar aircraft of similar size in its fleet and operated by the Permitted Lessee in similar circumstances. Owner further agrees that the Aircraft, Airframe and Engines will be maintained, used, serviced, repaired, overhauled or inspected in compliance with applicable Laws with respect to the maintenance of the Aircraft and in compliance with each applicable airworthiness certificate, license and registration relating to the Aircraft, Airframe or any Engine issued by the Aviation Authority, other than minor or nonrecurring violations with respect to which corrective measures are taken upon discovery thereof and except to the extent Owner or Permitted Lessee is contesting in good faith the validity or application of any such Law or requirement relating to any such certificate, license or registration in any reasonable manner which does not create a material risk of sale, loss or forfeiture of the Aircraft, the Airframe or any Engine or the interest of Mortgagee therein, o...
Maintenance and Repair. (a) Tenant shall at all times maintain each Related Premises and the Adjoining Property in as good repair and appearance as each is in on the date hereof and fit to be used for their intended use in accordance with the better of the practices generally recognized as then acceptable by other companies in its industry or observed by Tenant with respect to the other real properties owned or operated by it, and, in the case of the Equipment, in as good mechanical condition as it was on the later of the date hereof or the date of its installation, in each case, except for ordinary wear and tear. Tenant shall take every other reasonable action necessary or appropriate for the preservation and safety of each Related Premises. Tenant shall promptly make all Alterations of every kind and nature, whether foreseen or unforeseen, which may be required to comply with the foregoing requirements of this Paragraph 12(a). Landlord shall not be required to make any Alteration, whether foreseen or unforeseen, or to maintain any of the Related Premises or Adjoining Property in any way, and Tenant hereby expressly waives any right which may be provided for in any Law now or hereafter in effect to make Alterations at the expense of Landlord or to require Landlord to make Alterations. Any Alteration made by Tenant pursuant to this Paragraph 12 shall be made in conformity with the provisions of Paragraph 13.
Maintenance and Repair. CBT will provide access to an electronic interface for the transfer and receipt of data necessary to perform the maintenance and repair functions (e.g., trouble receipt and trouble status). This interface will be administered through gateways that will serve as a points of contact for the transmission of such data. These gateways will provide for equivalent functionality for maintenance and repair (as such items are defined in this Section 10.13.3) as CBT uses for maintenance and repair of its retail services.
Maintenance and Repair. Tenant will, at Tenant’s sole expense, keep and maintain the Premises in good, clean and sanitary condition and repair during the term of this Lease and any renewal thereof. Tenant shall be responsible to make all repairs to the Premises, fixtures, appliances and equipment therein that may have been damaged by Tenant’s misuse, waste or neglect, or that of the Tenant’s family, agents or visitors. Tenant agrees that no painting will be done on or about the Premises without the prior written consent of Landlord. Tenant shall promptly notify Landlord of any damage, defect or destruction of the Premises or in the event of the failure of any of the appliances or equipment. Landlord will use its best efforts to repair or replace any such damaged or defective areas, appliances or equipment.
Maintenance and Repair. 17.1 Landlord shall, subject to reimbursement for Operating Costs, keep and maintain in good repair and working order, subject to reasonable wear and tear: (1) structural elements of the Building; (2) standard mechanical (including HVAC), electrical, plumbing and fire/life safety systems serving the Building generally, together with air filters provided by Landlord for the HVAC serving the Premises, if any and standard light fixtures provided by Landlord to the Premises, if any; (3) Common Areas; (4) the roof of the Building; (5) exterior windows of the Building; and (6) elevators serving the Building, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Tenant shall give immediate written notice of any required repairs to Landlord and Landlord shall have a reasonable time after receipt by Landlord of such written notice in which to make such repairs. LANDLORD SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO TENANT FOR ANY INTERRUPTION OF TENANT’S BUSINESS OR INCONVENIENCE CAUSED DUE TO ANY WORK PERFORMED IN THE PREMISES OR IN THE PROJECT PURSUANT TO LANDLORD’S RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE LEASE. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, TENANT WAIVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE REPAIRS AT LANDLORD’S EXPENSE. If Landlord would be required to perform any maintenance or make any repairs because of: (a) modifications to the roof, walls, foundation, and floor of the Building from that set forth in Landlord’s plans and specifications which are required by Tenant’s design for improvements, alterations and additions; (b) installation of Tenant’s improvements, fixtures, or equipment; (c) a negligent or wrongful act of Tenant or Tenant’s Permittees; or, (d) Tenant’s failure to perform any of Tenant’s obligations under this Lease following five (5) business days prior written notice to Tenant (except where such delay could result in injury to persons or damage to property in which case no notice shall be required), Landlord may perform the maintenance or repairs and Tenant shall pay Landlord the cost thereof.
Maintenance and Repair. 9.1 “As-Is” Condition. TENANT SPECIFICALLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT CITY IS LEASING THE PREMISES TO TENANT ON AN “AS IS WITH ALL FAULTS” BASIS AND THAT TENANT IS NOT RELYING ON ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, FROM CITY OR ITS AGENTS, AS TO ANY MATTERS CONCERNING THE PREMISES, INCLUDING: (i) the quality, nature, adequacy and physical condition and aspects of the Premises, including, but not limited to, landscaping, utility systems, (ii) the quality, nature, adequacy, and physical condition of soils, geology and any groundwater, (iii) the existence, quality, nature, adequacy and physical condition of utilities serving the Premises, (iv) the development potential of the Premises, and the use, habitability, merchantability, or fitness, suitability, value or adequacy of the Premises for any particular purpose,