Maryland Sample Clauses

Maryland. 1. In addition to and not in lieu of any other right or remedy available to Landlord under the Lease, during the continuance of an Event of Default, Landlord may (a) without notice or demand, enter any Site located in the State of Maryland and change the bolts and locks, without liability to action for prosecution or damages for such entry or for the manner thereof, for the purpose of distraining or levying and for any other purposes, pursuant to Title 8, Subtitle 3 of the Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, and in such case, all costs, fees and commissions and other charges shall immediately attach and become part of the claim of Landlord for Rent, (b) bring an action or actions for possession of any such Site, pursuant to Title 8, Subtitle 4 of the Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended and/or (c) otherwise avail itself of the benefit of all provisions of the ordinances and Public Local Laws of the city or county where the Site is located and of the Public General Laws of the State of Maryland dealing with the speedy recovery of lands and tenements held over by tenants or proceedings in forcible entry and detainer. If Landlord terminates this Lease, Tenant shall remain liable for the performance of any covenant of this Lease then in default and for all rent and all other charges and damages that may be due or sustained before and after the date of default and/or termination. No re entry by Landlord with or without a declaration of termination shall be deemed to be an acceptance or a surrender of this Lease or as a release of Tenant’s liability for damages under the provisions of Section 24. Tenant hereby forever waives and relinquishes any and all rights of redemption or reinstatement now or hereafter existing at law or in equity or provided by statute. This Lease and the tenancy hereby created shall cease and terminate at the end of the Term without the necessity of any notice of termination from either Landlord or Tenant, and Tenant hereby waives any and all notices to remove or vacate at the expiration of the Term, including, but not limited to, any notice otherwise due pursuant to Section 8-402 of the Real Property Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended. In the event that Tenant holds over at the expiration of the Term of this Lease or at the earlier termination thereof, Landlord shall be entitled to all the remedies now or hereafter provided by the current or future ordinances and Publ...
Maryland. Purchaser is hereby apprised of and shall determine whether the Real Property located in Maryland is subject to the Agricultural Land Transfer Tax as provided in Maryland Code Section 13-301 et seq. and Purchaser shall be responsible for the payment of any Agricultural Land Transfer Tax, if any, due as a result of the conveyance of the Real Property located in Maryland to Purchaser.
Maryland. MD Comm. L. Code § 11-1402): See General Disclosure Statement.
Maryland. The charges for terminating switching and End Office trunk ports (which immediately prior to the Effective Date were $0.00109 per MOU and $0.000583 per MOU, for a total of $0.00167 per MOU) are hereby replaced with the Unitary Rate.
Maryland. July 3, 2010 through the Preliminary Approval Date;
Maryland. Survivor: Wilsons Leather of Maryland Inc. (f/k/a St. Charles Wilsons, Inc.) Merged into Survivor: Annapolis Mall Wilsons, Inc. Eastpoint Wilsons, Inc. Laurel Mall Wilsons, Inc. Marley Station Wilsons, Inc. Salisbury Centre Wilsons, Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Bethesda, MD., Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Columbia, MD., Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Gaithersburg, MD., Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Landover, MD., Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Owings, MD., Inc. Wilsons/Georgetown Leather Design of Towson, MD., Inc. -2-
Maryland. If this Agreement is governed by the laws of the State of Maryland, then: (1) Article 17.6(d) of this Agreement is hereby amended to provide that such release will not relieve Elephant & Castle from any liability imposed by the Maryland Franchise Registration and Disclosure Law; (2) with the exception of mediation or arbitration proceedings, the designation of jurisdiction and venue in Hennepin County, Minnesota contained in Article 23.5 and Article 24.12 will be inapplicable; provided, however, that such inapplicability in the State of Maryland will not be construed to mean that venue in Hennepin County, Minnesota is improper, or that the Franchisee, its officers, directors, Owners and Personal Guarantors are not subject to jurisdiction in Hennepin County, Minnesota, or in any other state; and (3) the acknowledgments made by the Franchisee contained in Article 26 of this Agreement will not be construed to act as a waiver of the Franchisee's rights under the Maryland Franchise Registration and Disclosure Law.
Maryland. Salaries, of applicable employees identified on Schedules 3.21(c) 3.21(c.2), and related ringe Benefits - including but not limited to, payroll taxes, employee benefits, SUTA, FUTA, Workmans comp, etc. Telephone & data communications- including, but not limited to, equipment cost, line costs, cell phones, blackberrys, etc. Rent - including any and all charges that would be incurred by Buyer as the Tenant pursuant to the sublease for the premises in Columbia, Maryland granted to Buyer by Seller subject to the Lessor's consent, as if the Lessor had consented to the sublease, but not limited to, HVAC maintenance, etc. Real Estate Taxes Utilities Office Expenses - including, but not limited to, postage, cleaning service, alarm, water, temps, misc. supplies and security, want ads Conference and Meeting - including food Seminars Advertising and Promotional items Auto Expenses - including, but not limited to, car allowances Travel and Entertainment Consulting and Professional Fees Dues and Subscriptions Equipment Rental - including, but not limited to, copier, coffee machine and postage meter Building Repairs and Maintenance Insurance Costs - including, but not limited to, workmens comp., umbrella, auto, etc. Repairs and maintenance New York City Salaries, of applicable employees identified on Schedules 3.21(c) 3.21(c.2), and related ringe Benefits - including but not limited to, payroll taxes, employee benefits, SUTA, FUTA, Workmans comp, etc. Fringe Benefits - including but not limited to, payroll taxes, employee benefits, SUTA, FUTA, Workmans Comp, etc. Telephone & data communications- including, but not limited to, equipment cost, line costs, cell phones, blackberrys, etc. Rent - including any and all charges that would be incurred by Buyer as the Tenant pursuant to the sublease for the premises in New York City, granted to Buyer by Seller subject to the Lessor's consent, as if the Lessor had consented to the sublease, but not limited to, HVAC maintenance, etc. Real Estate Taxes Utilities Office Expenses - including, but not limited to, postage, cleaning service, alarm, water, temps, misc. supplies and security Conference and Meeting - including food
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