Noise Sample Clauses

Noise. The Hirer shall ensure that the minimum of noise is made on arrival and departure, particularly late at night and early in the morning. The Hirer shall, if using sound amplification equipment, make use of any noise limitation device provided at the premises and comply with any other licensing condition for the premises.
Noise. The Tenant agrees not to cause or allow any noise or activity on the Premises which might disturb the peace and quiet of another Tenant and/or neighbor. Said noise and/or activity shall be a breach of this Agreement.
Noise. Tenant shall not cause or allow any unreasonably loud noise or activity in the Premises that might disturb the rights, comforts and conveniences of other persons. No lounging or visiting will be allowed in the common areas. Furniture delivery and removal will take place between a.m. and p.m.
Noise. Residence is a densely‐populated community, and therefore you must expect some reasonable living noise. Absolute silence is not possible. However, as is set out in this Section, residents are not permitted to create excessive noise. In all residences, residents are expected to be considerate of their neighbours 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. An individual’s right to reasonable quiet study and sleep supersedes others’ rights to make noise. In cases of dispute, the residence life staff will determine what is reasonable. If someone asks that you be quiet, respect that person’s wishes and reduce your noise. Audio equipment may not be played such that sound, and especially the bass (low frequency sound) can be heard outside of the resident’s room or unit. Subwoofers and sound systems containing subwoofers are not permitted in your room, Accommodation or unit. In addition to being considerate at all times, quiet hours are those times during which residents are prohibited from making noise which can be heard outside of their unit, or which may disturb the resident’s roommate in any way (if applicable), or which can be heard outside the Residence Complex building and may disturb a resident inside the building. This refers primarily, but not exclusively to talking, noise from audio equipment, radios, televisions, musical instruments, computer equipment and telephones. Residence Services reserves the right to implement additional noise restrictions during the term of this contract.
Noise. Neither Resident nor guests shall make any disturbing noise, operate any mechanical, musical, or electrical equipment at such time or such volume, or in a manner that will interfere with the rights and comfort of other residents. Quiet shall be maintained between the hours of 11:00pm and 8:00am Sunday-Thursday, and between 1:00am and 10:00am Friday - Saturday.
Noise. (a) You must not make any noise or cause any disruption within the Room, Building or on Common Property:
Noise. All collection operations shall be conducted as quietly as possible and shall conform to applicable federal, State, and County noise level regulations. Contractor shall promptly resolve any complaints of noise to the satisfaction of County.
Noise. The Hirer shall ensure that the minimum of noise is made on arrival and departure, particularly late at night and early in the morning.
Noise. Noisy, disorderly, or disruptive behaviors which interfere with another person’s or group’s free exercise of academic or personal pursuits or their ability to sleep or study, or use and enjoy one’s own Premises or Apartment Unit are prohibited. Examples include but are not limited to: stereo at high volume, drums, excessive yelling or other types of noise, violations of established floor/hall quiet hours and large gatherings/parties. Amplified musical instruments, group music rehearsal and other activities which can be heard outside the Apartment Unit are prohibited. Courtesy Hours are in effect 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Quiet Hours are in effect from 10:00pm to 8:00am Sunday through Thursday evenings, and midnight to 10:00am on Friday and Saturday evenings. 24-hour Quiet Hours will occur during time periods during the final exam period and any other time deemed appropriate by Landlord and/or Resident Life staff. Notification of these hours will be posted around the Common Areas of the Property 24 hours prior to the start of the Quiet Hour Period. During designated Quiet Hours, it is expected that all residents will contain noise so it cannot be heard outside of their room with the door closed.
Noise. Stereo music and other loud sounds and noises interfere with the normal functions of the campus and are disruptive to the community. Such loud music or noise infringes upon the rights of others to study, to conduct classes, or to carry on necessary duties and functions at the College. The Office of Residential Services establishes standard quiet hours. Stereo speakers or amplification devices shall not be placed in windows with sound directed outside. Further, any loud noises or music which unduly disturbs the peace of the College community when reported to Campus Safety, Residential Services staff, or any other representative of Muhlenberg College may result in removal from Leased Premises. Quiet hours are from 11 p.m. through 8 a.m. on Sunday through Thursday and 1 a.m. through 8 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.