Recreational Facilities. To the extent allowed by law, all persons using the recreational facilities, if provided, do so at their own risk. Lessor shall post operating hours from time to time for recreational facilities and do everything possible to retain those hours. However, Lessor has no duty to operate recreational facilities and reserves the right to close said facilities or any part thereof at any time as the same are hereby agreed to not be considered a material portion of the leasehold premises conveyed. All recreational facilities are for Lessee use only. No guests allowed. DAMAGE BY FIRE OR ACT OF GOD: Lessee shall not permit any act or thing deemed hazardous by Lessor on account of fire or that may increase the rate of insurance on said premises. In case the premises shall be damaged by fire, rain, wind or other cause beyond the control of the Lessor, unless the same shall occur for any reason for which the Lessee is responsible, then the premises may be repaired within a reasonable time at the expense of the Lessor; and in case the damage be so extensive as to render the premises unfit for human habitation, the rent shall cease until such time as the premises shall be put completely in repair. In case of total destruction of the premises by fire or otherwise, the rent shall be paid up to the time of such destruction and from thenceforth this agreement and the tenancy shall cease and come to an end. In the event the damage is caused by act of Lessee, or someone on the property by reason of Lessee, there shall be no reduction of rent and Lessee shall be liable and pay for costs of repair, without deduction for depreciation. Any insurance deductible incurred by a loss caused by Lesee or Lessee’s family, guests, invitees, or others shall be payable by Lessee. All Lessees shall obtain fire, flood, and extended coverage insurance to compensate Lessor against loss caused by Lessee and/or Lessee’s family, invitees, guests, employees, agent, or others. Lessee is not covered by Lessor’s insurance for any loss whatsoever. Unless required by statute, to the extent allowed by law, lessor shall not be responsible for relocating Lessee or others in the event of destruction of the leasehold premises by any cause. Lessee accepts full liability for use of barbeque or like equipment on or about the leasehold premises. Portable barbeques or similar appliances are not permitted in the interior of any leasehold or on any wood decks or surfaces.
Recreational Facilities. The Employer shall provide reasonable recreational facilities for field crews operating in isolated areas or under camp conditions wherever possible, subject to the practicability of the particular situation. The provisions of this article shall apply to those employees in classifications listed in Appendix 3 or 5.
Recreational Facilities. 25.16 Full-time employees shall have access to Cal Maritime recreational facilities unless the President has determined that such access interferes with the authorized use of the facilities. A fee equal to the CSU costs may be charged. The use of Cal Maritime recreational facilities by employees shall be wholly voluntary and shall not be considered as time worked.
Recreational Facilities. 5. detached garages and outbuildings.
Recreational Facilities. 32.4 Employees shall have access to campus recreational facilities during non-scheduled work hours unless the President has determined that such access interferes with the authorized use of the facilities. The standard campus fee may be charged for the use of CSU-operated facilities. The use of campus recreational facilities by employees, except when part of an assigned duty, shall be wholly voluntary and shall not be considered as time worked. Parking
Recreational Facilities. Resident acknowledges that Resident may use such recreational, laundry and other common facilities as may be provided by Glenbrook in and about the Leased Premises, at the sole discretion of Glenbrook. Resident, so long as Resident is not in default under this Lease, may use such facilities subject to the current rules and regulations of Glenbrook and subject to such rules and regulations as Glenbrook may from time to time promulgate. Recreational, laundry and / or other common facilities shall be used only by Resident unless otherwise permitted, in writing, by Glenbrook. Any use thereof by Resident, his family, guest, invitees, servants or others permitted by Resident to be upon such facilities as aforesaid shall be at the sole risk of said Resident. The failure of Glenbrook to provide any operative recreational, laundry and / or other common facilities, due to fire, flood, accident, strike, weather conditions, subcontractor's failures or any other cause whatsoever including delays in the alterations or improvements thereto, shall not constitute a breach or default under this Lease, nor shall it affect any obligation or undertaking by Residents, nor shall Glenbrook be held liable on such account.
Recreational Facilities. The community owner has provided recreation facilities, amenities and areas for the use of residents and guests. In order that these facilities be used for the benefit of everyone and be properly maintained, serviced and operated with safety, management will establish schedules and appropriate regulations for the use of each such facility. Management may add, remove, upgrade or modify any of the provided recreations facilities and amenities, without notice or compensation. All guests, as well as children of residents, must be accompanied at all times by the responsible resident when using any recreational facility or amenity. Appropriate attire is required at all times when using fitness rooms and basketball courts. The use of proper footwear is required on or around these areas. No attendant or supervision is provided for any of the recreational facilities, including fitness and weight rooms. Ownership and management do not sponsor athletic activities and all participants undertake these activities solely at their own risk of injury and without supervision or warranty from the community owner or management. In consideration of being permitted to use the recreational facilities and other amenities, each resident: assumes all risks in connection with the use of recreational facilities and amenities, including use by the resident, guests, family, friends and roommates; release the community owner and management and their respective employees and agents from any liability for any injury, incident or damage which may occur in the use of recreational facilities and/or amenities, including risks both foreseeable and unforeseeable; and agree to hold harmless the community owner and management and their respective employees and agents from any claim by a resident, guest or legal representative arising out of the use of recreational facilities and/or amenities.
Recreational Facilities. This demand is settled on the basis that the Company will continue to evaluate the needs of recreational equipment for the plant. Proposals submitted to Management will be given serious consideration. DEMAND #8 WEATHER PASSES This demand is settled on the basis that Management will monitor all instances of severe weather and review the exterior conditions with genuine consideration for the safety and concerns of employees at work.
Recreational Facilities. 31.01 The Employer agrees that all employees shall have access to the University's physical education facilities for recreational use, subject to the priorities of teaching, research and intramural and intercollegiate sports as established by the College of Kinesiology. Charges to employees will be the same as those charged to other employee groups. The extent to which employees have access to the University's physical education facilities for recreational use shall be guided by past practice and will not be significantly reduced without agreement between the Employer and the Union unless the College of Kinesiology changes the accessibility of employees, in general. The Employer agrees that employees are entitled to participate in appropriate fitness and recreation programs sponsored by the College of Kinesiology.