ODORS. Proper care must be taken when working with glues, paints, and any other materials requiring special ventilation so that objectionable odors do not waft into the common area or other tenant spaces.
ODORS. 10. Unknown stains; color loss, fading, and discoloration; all normal wear and tear, including damage that cannot be attributed to a single relatable incident.
ODORS. Strong odors may be considered a nuisance if they consistently affect common areas or the living spaces of others. Odors, in the same way as noise and conduct is a broadly defined activity that may interfere with another’s quiet enjoyment of their apartment.
ODORS. Tenant shall not permit any odors of cooking or other processes, or any unusual or other objectionable odors to permeate in or emanate from the Demised Premises.
ODORS. Odors from construction activities shall be controlled at all times. The odors shall not cause a health hazard and shall be in compliance with State regulations and/or local ordinances.
ODORS. Sublessee shall not permit foul or offensive odor to emanate from any garbage and trash containers within the Premises, and shall immediately take steps to xxxxx any such odor. Nothing shall be prepared, manufactured or mixed in the Premises which emits any odors into the Plaza Marina Building.
ODORS. Tenant shall not cause or permit any unusual or objectionable odors, by-products or waste material to permeate from the demised premises. Tenant covenants that it will hold Landlord harmless against all claims, damages or causes of action for damages arising after the commencement of the term of this lease and will indemnify the Landlord for all such suits, orders or decrees and judgments entered therein, brought on account of any such permeation from the demised premises of the said unusual or objectionable odors, by-products or waste material, and, in addition, Tenant covenants to pay any attorneys' fees and other legal expenses made necessary in connection with any claim or suit as aforesaid, unless caused by the negligence of the Landlord, its servants or employees, all provided, however, that Tenant is given immediate written notice thereof with the opportunity to defend by attorneys of its designation and that Landlord cooperates in said defense. For the purpose of eliminating any such odors, waste material or by products, Tenant may erect and maintain such facilities and appurtenances as may be necessary to eliminate any such odors, by-products, or waste materials. All such facilities or appurtenances shall be erected at Tenant's sole cost and expense, shall be in accordance with applicable laws, orders and regulations of all governmental authorities and the New York Board of Fire Underwriters as set forth in Paragraph 6 of this lease.
ODORS. No tenant shall cause or permit any unusual or objectionable odors to emanate from its premises which would annoy other tenants or create a public or private nuisance. No cooking shall be done in the premises of any tenant except as is expressly permitted in such tenant’s Lease.