Restoration Sample Clauses

Restoration. If, at any time during the Term, the Project or the Premises are damaged or destroyed by a fire or other insured casualty, Landlord shall notify Tenant within 60 days after discovery of such damage as to the amount of time Landlord reasonably estimates it will take to restore the Project or the Premises, as applicable (the “Restoration Period”). If the Restoration Period is estimated to exceed 12 months (the “Maximum Restoration Period”), Landlord may, in such notice, elect to terminate this Lease as of the date that is 75 days after the date of discovery of such damage or destruction; provided, however, that notwithstanding Landlord’s election to restore, Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease by written notice to Landlord delivered within 5 business days of receipt of a notice from Landlord estimating a Restoration Period for the Premises longer than the Maximum Restoration Period. Unless either Landlord or Tenant so elects to terminate this Lease, Landlord shall, subject to receipt of sufficient insurance proceeds (with any deductible not in excess of commercially reasonable amounts to be treated as a current Operating Expense (and the determination of whether a deductible amount is commercially reasonable shall be determined with reference to the deductible amounts then being maintained by other institutional owners of comparable projects), promptly restore the Premises (excluding the improvements installed by Tenant or by Landlord and paid for by Tenant), subject to delays arising from the collection of insurance proceeds, from Force Majeure events or as needed to obtain any license, clearance or other authorization of any kind required to enter into and restore the Premises issued by any Governmental Authority having jurisdiction over the use, storage, handling, treatment, generation, release, disposal, removal or remediation of Hazardous Materials (as defined in Section 30) in, on or about the Premises (collectively referred to herein as “Hazardous Materials Clearances”); provided, however, that if repair or restoration of the Premises is not substantially complete as of the end of the Maximum Restoration Period or, if longer, the Restoration Period, Landlord may, in its sole and absolute discretion, elect not to proceed with such repair and restoration, or Tenant may by written notice to Landlord delivered within 5 business days of the expiration of the Maximum Restoration Period or, if longer, the Restoration Period, elect to terminate this Leas...
Restoration. If at any time during the Lease Term the Premises are damaged by a fire or other casualty, Landlord shall notify Tenant within 60 days after such damage as to the amount of time Landlord reasonably estimates it will take to restore the Premises. If the restoration time is estimated to exceed 6 months, either Landlord or Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease upon notice to the other party given no later than 30 days after Landlord's notice. If neither party elects to terminate this Lease or if Landlord estimates that restoration will take 6 months or less, then, subject to receipt of sufficient insurance proceeds, Landlord shall promptly restore the Premises excluding the improvements installed by Tenant or by Landlord and paid by Tenant, subject to delays arising from the collection of insurance proceeds or from Force Majeure events. Tenant at Tenant's expense shall promptly perform, subject to delays arising from the collection of insurance proceeds, or from Force Majeure events, all repairs or restoration not required to be done by Landlord and shall promptly re-enter the Premises and commence doing business in accordance with this Lease. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may terminate this Lease if the Premises are damaged during the last year of the Lease Term and Landlord reasonably estimates that it will take more than one month to repair such damage. Tenant shall pay to Landlord with respect to any damage to the Premises the amount of the commercially reasonable deductible under Landlord's insurance policy (currently $10,000) within 10 days after presentment of Landlord's invoice. If the damage involves the premises of other tenants, Tenant shall pay the portion of the deductible that the cost of the restoration of the Premises bears to the total cost of restoration, as determined by Landlord. Base Rent and Operating Expenses shall be abated for the period of repair and restoration in the proportion which the area of the Premises, if any, which is not usable by Tenant bears to the total area of the Premises. Such abatement shall be the sole remedy of Tenant, and except as provided herein, Tenant waives any right to terminate the Lease by reason of damage or casualty loss.
Restoration. The following provisions shall apply in connection with the Restoration of any Individual Property:
Restoration. Buyer covenants and agrees not to damage or destroy any portion of the Property in conducting its examinations and studies of the Property during the Due Diligence Examination and, if closing does not occur, shall repair any portion of the Property damaged by the conduct of Buyer, its agents or employees, to substantially the condition such portion(s) of the Property were in immediately prior to such examinations or studies.
Restoration. If any part of the Leased Premises or the Building is taken and this Lease is not terminated, then Landlord shall, to the extent not prohibited by laws then in force, repair any damage occasioned thereby to the remainder thereof to a condition reasonably suitable for Tenant's continued operations and otherwise, to the extent practicable, in the manner and to the extent provided in Paragraph 10.1.
Restoration. If this Lease is not terminated as provided in Section 13.2 - Effect on Lease, Landlord, at its expense, shall diligently proceed to repair and restore the Premises to substantially its former condition (to the extent permitted by then applicable Laws) and/or repair and restore the Building to an architecturally complete office building; provided, however, that Landlord’s obligations to so repair and restore shall be limited to the amount of any Award received by Landlord and not required to be paid to any Mortgagee (as defined in Section 20.2 below). In no event shall Landlord have any obligation to repair or replace any improvements in the Premises beyond the amount of any Award received by Landlord for such repair or to repair or replace any of Tenant’s personal property, Trade Fixtures, or Alterations.
Restoration. If a casualty causes damage to the Building or the Premises but this Lease is not terminated for any reason, then subject to the rights of any mortgagees or ground lessors, Landlord shall obtain the applicable insurance proceeds and diligently restore the Building and the Premises subject to current Governmental Requirements. Tenant shall replace its damaged improvements, personal property and fixtures. Rent shall be abated on a per diem basis during the restoration for any portion of the Premises which is untenantable, except to the extent that Tenant's negligence caused the casualty.
Restoration. (a) If the Building of which the Premises are a part is damaged as the result of an event of casualty, then subject to the provisions below, Landlord shall repair that damage as soon as reasonably possible unless Landlord reasonably determines that: (i) the Premises have been materially damaged and there is less than 1 year of the Term remaining on the date of the casualty; (ii) any Mortgagee (defined in Section 13.1) requires that the insurance proceeds be applied to the payment of the mortgage debt; or (iii) proceeds necessary to pay the full cost of the repair are not available from Landlord’s insurance, including without limitation earthquake insurance. Should Landlord elect not to repair the damage for one of the preceding reasons, Landlord shall so notify Tenant in the “Casualty Notice” (as defined below), and this Lease shall terminate as of the date of delivery of that notice.
Restoration. (a) If the Premises or the Building or a part thereof are materially damaged by any fire, flood, earthquake or other casualty, Landlord shall have the right to terminate this Lease upon written notice to Tenant if: (i) Landlord reasonably determines that proceeds necessary to pay the full cost of repair is not available from Landlord’s insurance, including without limitation earthquake insurance, plus such additional amounts Tenant elects, at its option, to contribute, excluding however the deductible (for which Tenant shall be responsible for Tenant’s Share); (ii) Landlord reasonably determines that the Premises cannot, with reasonable diligence, be fully repaired by Landlord (or cannot be safely repaired because of the presence of hazardous factors, including without limitation Hazardous Materials, earthquake faults, and other similar dangers) within two hundred seventy (270) days after the date of the damage; (iii) an uncured Event of Default by Tenant has occurred; or (iv) the material damage occurs during the final twelve (12) months of the Term. Landlord shall notify Tenant in writing (“Landlord’s Notice”) within sixty (60) days after the damage occurs as to (A) whether Landlord is terminating this Lease as a result of such material damage and (B) if Landlord is not terminating this Lease, the number of days within which Landlord has estimated that the Premises, with reasonable diligence, are likely to be fully repaired. In the event Landlord elects to terminate this Lease, this Lease shall terminate as of the date specified for termination by Landlord’s Notice (which termination date shall in no event be later than sixty (60) days following the date of the damage, or, if no such date is specified, such termination shall be the date of Landlord’s Notice).