Same Condition Sample Clauses

Same Condition. Tenant further agrees (a) to keep the Premises in as good condition and repair as they were in at the time that Tenant took possession of same, reasonable wear and tear, damage from fire and other casualty for which insurance is normally procured and Landlord’s repair and maintenance obligations excepted; (b) to keep the Premises in a clean and sanitary condition; (c) not to commit any nuisance or waste on the Premises, throw foreign substances in plumbing facilities, or waste any of the utilities furnished to the Premises; (d) not to obstruct the Parking Areas or common areas, nor use the same for anything other than their intended purpose (provided that the foregoing shall not limit Tenant’s rights to use the Exterior Infrastructure in accordance with the terms of Section 3); and (e) that the use of the Premises and the Parking Areas shall be subject to such reasonable non-discriminatory rules and regulations as may be promulgated by Landlord from time to time (provided that in the event of conflict between any rules and regulations or modifications thereto and the terms of this Lease, this Lease shall control).
Same Condition. If the Property is not in substantially the same condition at Closing as of the date of the offer, reasonable wear and tear excepted, then the Buyer may (i) terminate this Agreement and receive a return of the Earnest Money or (ii) proceed to Closing whereupon Buyer shall be entitled to receive, in addition to the Property, any of the Seller's insurance proceeds payable on account of the damage or destruction applicable to the Property.
Same Condition. If the Property is damaged by a casualty prior to Closing causing it not to be in substantially the same condition at Closing as of the date of the offer, reasonable wear and tear excepted, then the Buyer may (i) terminate this Agreement and receive a return of the Earnest Money or (ii) proceed to Closing whereupon Buyer shall be entitled to receive, in addition to the Property, any of the Seller’s insurance proceeds payable on account of the damage or destruction applicable to the Property. Buyer’s election shall be made within ten (10) business days of notice of the casualty by Seller to Buyer (which shall include information regarding insurance payments due). If Buyer elects not to terminate within said ten (10) day period, Buyer will deemed to have elected ii above. The Closing Date shall be extended by ten (10) days in the event of such casualty.
Same Condition. Not Applicable.
Same Condition. The Aircraft is, and shall be maintained until delivery of the Aircraft, in substantially the same condition, reasonable wear and tear accepted, as it was at the time of Seller's demonstration flight for Purchaser.

Related to Same Condition

  • Safe Conditions Whenever an employee reports a condition which the employee feels represents a violation of safety or health rules and regulations or which is an unreasonable hazard to persons or property, such conditions shall be promptly investigated. The appropriate administrator shall reply to the concern, in writing, if the employee's concern is communicated in writing.

  • Service Conditions Customer acknowledges that in the event of a service issue, Customer is responsible for on-site cooperative testing with LightEdge Technical Support to assist in the diagnosis of the trouble. Customer agrees to be bound to current terms of LightEdge Acceptable Use Policy. Terms of the Acceptable Use Policy are subject to change without notice. Current Acceptable Use Policy can be found here: http://www.lightedge.com/legal Customer agrees that any service complaints including concerns regarding level of support, products, service reliability, or any other concerns related to LightEdge or Services being provided by LIghtEdge will be communicated to LightEdge by sending an email to qa@lightedge.com.

  • Site Conditions A. Existing Site Conditions: Information with respect to the site of the Work given in drawings or specifications has been obtained by County's representatives and is believed to be reasonably correct, but the County does not warrant either the completeness or accuracy of such information, and it is the responsibility of the Contractor to verify all such information.