Reasonable Modifications Sample Clauses

Reasonable Modifications. Tenant will consent to such reasonable modifications of this Lease as Landlord may hereafter find it necessary to make in order to obtain mortgage financing, provided that such modifications (a) do not change the rental to be paid hereunder or the length of the Term of the Lease; and (b) do not impose obligations upon Tenant which are substantially or practically more burdensome to it than the obligations contained herein.
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Reasonable Modifications. If, in connection with obtaining financing for the Property or refinancing any mortgage encumbering the Property, the prospective Lender or Master Landlord requests reasonable modifications to this Lease as a condition precedent to such financing or refinancing, then Tenant shall not unreasonably withhold, delay or condition its consent to such modifications, provided that such modifications do not (i) increase the Basic Rent or Additional Rent, (ii) increase the security deposit, (iii) reduce the Term, (iv) affect the termination, extension or expansion options, (v) materially and adversely affect the leasehold interest created by this Lease, or (vi) materially and adversely affect the manner in which Tenant’s operations are conducted at the Premises.
Reasonable Modifications. Any reasonable modifications to the educational provision made by the School in order to meet legal obligations, comply with government guidance and to protect the health safety and well-being of staff or pupils including during or following a Force Majeure Event shall not affect the obligation of the Parents to pay the Fees in accordance with this agreement.
Reasonable Modifications. If, in connection with obtaining financing for the Building, a banking, insurance, or other recognized institutional lender shall request reasonable modifications in this Lease as a condition to such financing, Tenant shall not unreasonably withhold, delay, or defer its consent thereto, provided that such modifications do not in any significant manner: (i) increase the obligations of Tenant hereunder or (ii) affect the leasehold interest created or the conduct of Tenant’s business operations at the Premises.
Reasonable Modifications. Tenant shall deliver to Landlord such forms, certificates or applications, fully completed and properly executed in a timely manner, as may be required form time to time by Landlord's mortgagee(s) or prospective mortgagee(s). Tenant shall execute and deliver to Landlord any modifications of this Lease as may be required by a mortgage lender or prospective mortgage lender of Landlord, provided that no such changes shall materially adversely affect Tenant's rights or obligations hereunder.
Reasonable Modifications. The Town agrees to assess the individual needs of children with diabetes who apply to or register for Summer Camp and to make reasonable modifications to its policies, practices or procedures when such modifications are necessary to provide an equal opportunity to participate in its Summer Camp, unless the Town can demonstrate that making such modification would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity.
Reasonable Modifications. The School District must make reasonable modifications to its policies, practices, and procedures, where necessary to avoid discrimination against a student with a disability who uses a service animal unless the School District can show that making the modifications would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity. Reasonable modifications in this context include, but are not limited to, providing assistance to a student with a disability in tethering or untethering the service animal, or escorting a student with a disability throughout the school or campus as he or she is accompanied by a service animal. Prohibition Against Surcharges. The School District shall not require a surcharge for the use of a Service animal on School District property. Request Evaluation Process. When a student (or potential student) with a disability seeks to use a service animal in accordance with title II of the ADA at school and school-related events, the School District shall review the request in a timely manner. The School District shall promptly notify the requestor if additional information, consistent with that permitted under title II of the ADA, is needed to evaluate the request and shall specify in writing what information is needed. Within 15 days after adoption of the policies, practices, and procedures required by paragraph 29 of this Agreement, the School District shall publish an announcement and description of its ADA service animal policy on its website’s homepage at xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx. Within 60 days after adoption of policies, practices, and procedures required by paragraph 29 of this Agreement, the School District shall provide training to the following School District staff members on the School District’s obligations under title II of the ADA, including obligations with respect to service animals: all Principals, Assistant Principals, School Psychologists, Pupil Personnel Directors, Teachers, Child Study Team Members, and any other staff members that work closely with, or participate in decisions involving students with disabilities pursuant to title II of the ADA. The School District shall provide such training on an annual basis for the term of this Agreement. The School District shall maintain written records of all service animal-related requests received from individuals with disabilities for the duration of this Agreement. Such records shall include the individual’s name and contact information, date of the request...
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Reasonable Modifications. If a tenant, prospective tenant or someone associated with a tenant has a disability, he/she may make a written request for a reasonable modification at any time during the tenancy. A reasonable modification is a structural change made to existing premises, occupied or to be occupied by a person with a disability, in order to afford such person full enjoyment of the premises. Reasonable modifications can include structural changes to interiors and exteriors of dwellings and to common and public use areas. The Fair Housing Act provides that while housing providers must permit reasonable modifications, the tenant is responsible for paying the cost of the modification. Please contact the Property Manager to get a copy of the reasonable modification policy and the necessary forms for you to complete and return. The Property Manager will provide a timely written response to your request for a reasonable modification. Within seven (7) days of modifying Respondents’ Lease Agreements, Respondents agree to submit a written report to the Commission with a copy of a modified Lease Agreement. Review of Tenant Files
Reasonable Modifications. The Library must make reasonable modifications to its policies, practices, and procedures, where necessary to avoid discrimination against a person with a disability who uses a service animal unless the Library can show that making the modifications would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity. Reasonable modifications in this context include, but are not limited to, providing assistance to a patron with a disability in tethering or untethering the service animal, or escorting a patron with a disability throughout the Library as he or she is accompanied by a service animal.
Reasonable Modifications. A reasonable modification is a structural change made to existing premises, occupied or to be occupied, by a person with a disability, in order to afford such person full enjoyment of the premises. These are typically structural changes to interiors and exteriors of dwellings and to common and public use areas, which are necessary to accommodate a person with a disability. Depending on the nature of the request, reasonable modifications are typically granted at the expense of the person requesting them.
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