Common use of Pursuant to court order Clause in Contracts

Pursuant to court order. Except in cases of emergency, when the tenant has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or if it is impracticable to do so, the Owner shall give the tenant reasonable notice of his intent to enter and enter only during normal business hours. Twenty-four (24) hours shall be presumed to be reasonable notice.

Appears in 2 contracts

Samples: Lease (Liquid Audio Inc), Commercial Lease (Western Water Co)

Pursuant to court order. Except in cases of emergency, when the tenant has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or if it is impracticable to do so, the Owner shall give the tenant reasonable notice of his intent to enter and enter only during normal business hours. Twenty-four (24) hours 24)hours shall be presumed to be reasonable notice.. SERVICE CHARGES

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: Netstaff Inc/In

Pursuant to court order. Except in cases of emergency, when the tenant has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or if it is impracticable to do so, the Owner shall give the tenant reasonable notice of his intent to enter and enter only during normal business hours. Twenty-four (24) hours 24)hours shall be presumed to be reasonable notice.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: Lease (Netstaff Inc/In)