Right of Entry Sample Clauses

Right of Entry. The Landlord shall have the right to enter the Premises during normal working hours by providing at least twenty-four (24) hours notice in order for inspection, make necessary repairs, alterations or improvements, to supply services as agreed or for any reasonable purpose. The Landlord may exhibit the Premises to prospective purchasers, mortgagees, or lessees upon reasonable notice.
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Right of Entry. The Landlord shall have the right to enter the Property during normal working hours by providing at least hours notice in order for inspection, make necessary repairs, alterations or improvements, to supply services as agreed or for any reasonable purpose. The Landlord may exhibit the Property to prospective purchasers, mortgagees, or lessees upon reasonable notice.
Right of Entry. Landlord or its agents may enter the Premises at reasonable times to inspect the Premises, to make any alternations, improvements or repairs or to show the Premises to a prospective tenant, buyer or lender. In the event of an emergency, Landlord may enter the Premises at any time.
Right of Entry. It is agreed and understood that the Lessor and its agents shall have the complete and unencumbered right of entry to the Premises at any time or times for purposes of inspecting or showing the Premises and for the purpose of making any necessary repairs to the building or equipment as may be required of the Lessor under the terms of this Lease or as may be deemed necessary with respect to the inspection, maintenance or repair of the building.
Right of Entry. Upon reasonable notice to Borrower, Lender and its agents shall have the right to enter and inspect the Property at all reasonable times.
Right of Entry. Subject to any applicable law, the license granted to Mortgagor under Section 45 below shall automatically be revoked and Mortgagee may, prior or subsequent to the institution of any foreclosure proceedings, enter upon the Mortgaged Property, or any part thereof, and take exclusive possession of the Mortgaged Property and of all books, records, and accounts relating thereto and to exercise without interference from Mortgagor any and all rights which Mortgagor has with respect to the management, possession, operation, protection, or preservation of the Mortgaged Property, including, without limitation, the right to rent the same for the account of Mortgagor and to deduct from such Rents all costs, expenses, and liabilities of every character incurred by the Mortgagee in collecting such Rents and in managing, operating, maintaining, protecting, or preserving the Mortgaged Property and to apply the remainder of such Rents on the Debt in such manner as Mortgagee may elect. All such costs, expenses, and liabilities incurred by Mortgagee in collecting such Rents and in managing, operating, maintaining, protecting, or preserving the Mortgaged Property, if not paid out of Rents as hereinabove provided, shall constitute a demand obligation owing by Mortgagor and shall bear interest from the date of expenditure until paid at the Default Rate as specified in the Note, all of which shall constitute a portion of the Debt. If Mortgagee elects to enter the Mortgaged Property as provided for herein, Mortgagee may invoke any and all legal remedies to dispossess Mortgagor, including specifically one or more actions for forcible entry and detainer, trespass to try title, and restitution. In connection with any action taken by the Mortgagee pursuant to this subsection, Mortgagee shall not be liable for any loss sustained by Mortgagor resulting from any failure to let the Mortgaged Property, or any part thereof, or from any other act or omission of Mortgagee in managing the Mortgaged Property unless such loss is caused by the willful misconduct or gross negligence of Mortgagee, its agents, employees or officers, nor shall Mortgagee be obligated to perform or discharge any obligation, duty, or liability under any Lease or under or by reason hereof or the exercise of rights or remedies hereunder. Mortgagor shall and does hereby agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Indemnified Parties (as defined in Section 23 below) from and against, any and all liability, claim, dem...
Right of Entry. University shall have the right to enter the premises occupied by Licensee for the purposes of emergency, health, safety, maintenance of facilities, management of applicable rules and regulations, or for any other lawful purpose. University shall exercise these rights reasonably (During break periods, cleaning, repairs and/or construction projections may be necessary). Projects requiring entry into Licensee’s assigned room will result in University notifying Licensee in advance, whenever possible. Licensee shall be responsible for safeguarding his/her belongings.
Right of Entry. Tenant agrees to make the Property available to Landlord or Landlord’s agents for the purposes of inspection, making repairs or improvements, or to supply agreed services or show the property to prospective buyers or tenants, or in case of emergency. Except in case of emergency, Landlord shall give Tenant hours notice of intent to enter. Tenant shall not, without Landlord’s prior written consent, add, alter or re-key any locks to the Property. At all times Landlord shall be provided with a key or keys capable of unlocking all such locks and gaining entry. Tenant further agrees to notify Landlord in writing if Tenant installs any burglar alarm system, including instructions on how to disarm it in case of emergency entry.
Right of Entry. The Lessor shall, upon giving days’ notice, be granted by the Lessee access and allowed by the latter to enter the Premises to make necessary inspections, repairs or alterations on the property, or pursuant to any lawful purpose as the Lessor, provided that the time of entry requested is reasonable considering the purpose.
Right of Entry. Subject to the rights of tenants under Leases, Borrower will permit Lender, its agents, representatives and designees and any interested Governmental Authority to make or cause to be made entries upon and inspections of the Mortgaged Property to inspect, among other things: (i) Repairs, (ii) Capital Replacements, (iii) Restorations, (iv) Property Improvement Alterations, and (v) any other Improvements, both in process and upon completion (including environmental inspections and tests performed by professional inspection engineers) during normal business hours, or at any other reasonable time, upon reasonable Notice to Borrower if the inspection is to include occupied residential units (which Notice need not be in writing). During normal business hours, or at any other reasonable time, Borrower will also permit Lender to examine all books and records and contracts and bills pertaining to the foregoing. Notice to Borrower will not be required in the case of an emergency, as determined in Lender’s Discretion, or when an Event of Default has occurred and is continuing.