Releasing. Relet the Premises as agent of Tenant for the balance of the term of this Lease or for a shorter or longer term and receive the rents therefor, applying them first to the payment of the expense of such reletting and, second, to the payment of damages suffered to the Premises, and third to all sums due and to become due under this Lease, Tenant remaining liable for and hereby agreeing to pay Landlord any deficiency; and/or
Releasing. If Landlord terminates Tenant’s right to possession of the Premises without terminating this Lease, Landlord may relet the Premises or any part thereof. In such case, Landlord shall use reasonable efforts to relet the Premises on such terms as Landlord shall reasonably deem appropriate; provided, however, Landlord may first lease Landlord’s other available space and shall not be required to accept any tenant offered by Tenant or to observe any instructions given by Tenant about such reletting. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for all reasonable costs and expenses of reletting the Premises including, but not limited to, all brokerage, advertising, legal, alteration and other expenses incurred to secure a new tenant for the Premises, and tenant inducements. In addition, if the consideration collected by Landlord upon any such reletting, after payment of the expenses of reletting the Premises which have not been reimbursed by Tenant, is insufficient to pay monthly the full amount of the Rent, Tenant shall pay to Landlord the amount of each monthly deficiency as it becomes due. If such consideration is greater than the amount necessary to pay the full amount of the Rent, the full amount of such excess shall be retained by Landlord and shall in no event be payable to Tenant.
Releasing. In the event of any termination of this Lease or of any re‑entry of the Demised Premises by Landlord, Landlord may relet the Premises or any part or parts thereof either in the name of Landlord or Tenant for a term or terms which may at Landlord’s option extend beyond the balance of the Term and Tenant shall pay Landlord any deficiency between the Rent Doc #02-572903.1 hereby reserved and covenanted to be paid and the net amount of the rents collected on such reletting, as well as any reasonable expenses incurred by Landlord in such reletting, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys’ fees, brokers’ fees, and reasonable expenses of remodeling and putting the Premises in good order and preparing the same for rerental. Such deficiency shall be paid in monthly installments, upon statements rendered by Landlord to Tenant. For the purpose of determining the deficiency in Rent, the Rent reserved shall be deemed to be the Base Rent plus the highest average monthly Additional Rent paid during any Lease Year prior to said default. Any suit brought to collect the amount of the deficiency for any one or more months shall not preclude any subsequent suit or suits to collect the deficiency for any subsequent months.
Releasing. The right of the Releasing NTSA Party to receive energy for NTSA releases shall not be reduced by spill to allow fish to bypass turbines, spill due to lack of load, or inadvertent spill when not utilizing all available, at-site, generating capacity. For any hour during which a project spilled due to lack of available generating capacity and for which the spill for such hour was less than the NTSA release, the amount of the non-Treaty storage release spilled will be the amount of actual spill. If the actual spill was greater than the amount of the release, then the energy owed for the NTSA release for such hour will be set to zero and the total spill shall be reduced by the amount of the release for that hour. The previous hour will then be examined, comparing the remaining spill balance with the amount of the NTSA release plus any unused generating capacity. For any hour that the NTSA release plus the unused generating capacity was less than the remaining spill balance, no energy was owed and the remaining spill balance shall be reduced by the NTSA release plus the unused generating capacity. This process will be continued for each preceding hour until the NTSA release plus any unused generating capacity was greater than the spill. The full amount of energy will be owed for this hour. However, this process shall not be continued into the previous day. The final step is to calculate from the hourly determinations the day average NTSA release that was not spilled. If several hours worth of spill occur, the last hour in the day that spill occurred will be examined first, and for any preceding hour that spill occurred, the amount of spill for that hour will be added to the remaining spill balance, prior to comparing the non-Treaty storage release plus turbine capacity with the remaining spill balance. Exhibit E, Page 11 of 14 Contract No. DE-MS79-91BP92785 Mid-Columbia Participants Effective at 2400 hours on March 19, 1991
Releasing. At any time during the Lease Term and any Renewal Terms, upon reasonable advance notice to Tenant and during reasonable hours, Landlord may show the Project to prospective purchasers and/or lenders. During the last twelve (12) months of the Lease Term if the Lease is not extended or during the last twelve (12) months of any Renewal Term, if the Lease has not been further extended, Landlord may show, upon reasonable advance notice and during reasonable hours, the Project to prospective tenants and may exhibit a "For Lease" sign on the Land and at such other reasonable location(s) at or about the Project as Landlord shall reasonably determine. Tenant shall have the right to accompany Landlord during any showing to any prospective purchaser, lender or tenant, and Tenant shall have the right to limit or restrict access to such portion or portions of the Leased Premises as may be reasonably necessary to protect Tenant's business interests. Landlord shall not disturb, interrupt or interfere with Tenant's business operations during any such showing.
Releasing. If the total of the request by B.C. Hydro and the net requests of the U.S. Parties to release from NTSA exceeds the amount by which the outflow may be increased, the total request shall be reduced first by reducing the larger of the two requests by up to the amount it exceeds the smaller request and then by reducing each request by equal amounts, until the total of the requests does not exceed the allowable outflow increase. The U.S. share of the allowable outflow increase will be divided Pro Rata among the U.S. Parties. If any U.S. Party desires to release less than its Pro Rata share, the unused portion of its Pro Rata share shall be allocated Pro Rata to the remaining U.S. Parties up to the amount of their requests. If the total of the request by B.C. Hydro and the net requests of the U.S. Parties to release from NTSA exceeds the available generating capacity (amount by which the outflow may be increased without causing spill), the amount of releases which will be generated will be based on reducing the larger request by up to the amount it exceeds the smaller request and then by reducing each request by equal amounts until the total of the requests does not exceed the available generating capacity. The U.S. share of the available generating capacity (Canadian and U.S.) will be divided Pro Rata among the U.S. Parties requesting to release. If any U.S. Party desires to release less than its Pro Rata share, the unused portion of its Pro Rata share shall be allocated Pro Rata to the remaining U.S. Parties up to the amount of their requests. Any NTSA Parties desiring to release in excess of their share may do so, however, additional release requests greater than their share as determined above will be the first increment of spill at any project.
Releasing. Upon the expiration of the term of the Aircraft Lease, Trustee will not enter into any Subsequent Lease unless (i) the insurance required under the Subsequent Lease complies with the requirements of Section 2.21 hereof, (ii) the maintenance provisions contained in the Subsequent Lease are no less stringent than general industry standards for comparable aircraft, (iii) an appraisal by an independent appraiser mutually acceptable to Trustee and CoreStates provides that the value of the Aircraft is in excess of $5,000,000 when subjected to the Subsequent Lease, (iv) Trustee executes an assignment of lease in favor of CoreStates which gives CoreStates a collateral assignment in the Subsequent Lease and all payments thereunder equivalent to the rights granted hereunder to CoreStates in the Aircraft Lease, (v) Trustee gives CoreStates written notice of the material terms of the Subsequent Lease at least 30 days prior to entering into the Subsequent Lease of within such time as is reasonably practical in connection with such lease, and (vi) Trustee does everything