Notice of Commencement Sample Clauses

Notice of Commencement. A Notice of Commencement shall be filed by the Contractor with the Clerk of the Superior Court in the county in which the Project is located, pursuant to O.C.G.A. §13-10-62.
Notice of Commencement. The Contractor shall, in accordance with Georgia law, record and post a Notice of Commencement for the construction portion of the Work, and shall promptly deliver a stamped- recorded copy of such Notice of Commencement to the Owner, the Design Professional, and the Program Manager, if applicable.
Notice of Commencement. Lessee shall provide Lessor with any amended Notice of Commencement filed in accordance with Michigan Statue, and any Notice of Furnishing (as defined in Michigan Statute) received by Lessee during the course of construction of any Improvements on the Leased Premises.
Notice of Commencement. At least 20 days prior to commencing any work relating to any alterations, improvements or additions approved by Landlord, Tenant shall notify Landlord in writing of the expected date of commencement. Tenant shall pay, when due, all claims for labor or materials furnished to or for Tenant for use in improving the Premises. Tenant shall not permit any mechanics’ or materialmen’s liens to be levied against the Premises arising out of work performed, materials furnished, or obligations to have been performed on the Premises by or at the request of Tenant. Tenant hereby defends, indemnifies and holds Landlord harmless against loss, damage, attorneys’ fees and all other expenses on account of claims of lien of laborers or materialmen or others for work performed or materials or supplies furnished for Tenant or its contractors, agents or employees. If Tenant fails to discharge or undertake to defend against such liability, upon receipt of written notice from Landlord of such failure, Tenant shall have fifteen (15) days (the “Defense Cure Period”) to cure such failure by prosecuting such a defense. If Tenant fails to do so within the Defense Cure Period, then Landlord may settle the same and Tenant’s liability to Landlord shall be conclusively established by such settlement provided that such settlement is entered into on commercially reasonable terms and conditions, the amount of such liability to include both the settlement consideration and the costs and expenses (including attorneys’ fees) incurred by Landlord in effecting such settlement. In the event any contractor, agent or employee notifies Tenant of its intent to file a mechanics’ or materialmen’s lien against the Premises, Tenant shall immediately notify Landlord of such intention to file a lien or a lawsuit with respect to such lien. Landlord should also immediately notify Tenant if any complaint, lawsuit or other action with respect to a mechanic’s lien is filed or commenced. Within the time period allotted to answer such action, such complaint or respond to such lawsuit or other action, Tenant shall either: (a) settle the lawsuit without recourse to Landlord, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, or (b) post such bond as may be required under Maryland law to preclude the granting of a mechanics’ or materialmen’s lien against the Premises.
Notice of Commencement. See Notice to Proceed, as used throughout these General Conditions.
Notice of Commencement. The Contractor shall, within seven days of commencement of the work, furnish in writing to the Inspecting Officer of the area concerned the following information.
Notice of Commencement. After Owner has approved the Design Documents for the Detailed Design, Owner shall issue a notice to commence the Work directing Design/Builder to proceed with the Work on the date indicated in the notice (the “Commencement Date”). The notice to commence Work shall be issued at least ten (10) days prior to the Commencement Date.
Notice of Commencement. No Development shall Commence until the Owner has served notice on the Council clearly addressed and marked for the attention of the Head of the Planning and Sustainable Development Service for the Council confirming the date for the Commencement of Development
Notice of Commencement. FURNISHING - To provide Lessor prior to the initial request for a Disbursement, with a copy of the Notice of Commencement and any amendments thereto prepared in accordance with Ohio Statute and to be recorded with the County Recorder's Office where the Leased Premises are situate immediately following the recording of the Memorandum of Lease between the parties hereto. Lessee shall post and keep posted the Notice of Commencement and all amendments thereto in a conspicuous place on the Leased Premises during the course of construction of the Project. Lessee further represents and warrants to timely comply with all provisions of Ohio Statute respecting keeping the Leased Premises free of mechanic's liens and failure to do so shall be deemed an Event of Default as defined under the Net Lease Agreement and this Agreement. Lessee shall provide Lessor with a copy of each Notice of Furnishing (as defined in Ohio Statute) received by Lessee during the course of construction of any Improvements on the Leased Premises.
Notice of Commencement. Work performed or to be performed by a tenant under a Lease, or on behalf of a tenant or subtenant under a Lease, affecting the Property (in each case, as a result of the tenant contracting for such work) will not be Seller’s responsibility. Accordingly, neither notices of commencement of work to be performed by contractors or subcontractors engaged by such tenants or subtenants (but not Seller) nor any liens filed with respect to any such work performed will constitute New Exceptions, and the same, if any, shall constitute Permitted Exceptions. In addition, any ongoing work being performed by Seller shall not constitute New Exceptions and the costs and risks of such work shall be allocated between Purchaser and Seller in accordance with Section 10.5 below.