Without Notice Sample Clauses

Without Notice. City and City’s Associates shall have the right to enter the Premises (not including the Tenant Improvements) at any time and without prior notice, provided that they shall not unreasonably interfere with Tenant's use of the Premises. City and City’s Associates shall have the right to enter the Tenant Improvements at any time and without prior notice for any purpose relating to any emergency, security or safety concern, or to investigate or remediate potential threats or hazards.
Without Notice. This agreement shall terminate without any requirement of notice to either party when the first of the following events occurs:
Without Notice. You shall be in default under this Agreement, and we may, at our option, terminate this Agreement and all rights granted under it without affording you any opportunity to cure such default, effective upon the earlier of (1) receipt of the notice of termination by you, or (2) five days after mailing of such notice by us, upon the occurrence of any of the following events:
Without Notice. This Agreement shall terminate without notice during the Insured's lifetime (or, in the case of a joint-and-survivor policy that is subject to the terms of this Agreement, during the life of the surviving Insured) upon the first to occur of the following:
Without Notice and prior to taking possession of the property, rent is due and payable as follows; $ 246.60 RENT for period 4/18/18 – 4/30/18. $ 625.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT, partial or X whole amount, see p 5.
Without Notice. The School may terminate the Employee’s employment immediately, without notice, if the Executive Director of the School, in his or her sole discretion, determines that the Employee has failed to perform [his/her] responsibilities satisfactorily or otherwise engaged in Misconduct as defined herein. For thepurposes of this Agreement, Misconduct is defined as: any violation of the Employee Handbook; theft or destruction of School property; use of illegal substances or the unauthorized consumption of alcohol on School premises or during working hours; acts of sexual or racial harassment or any violent or abusive conduct toward a student, parent or guardian, or School employee; acts of forgery or plagiarism; other conduct which the Executive Director determines, in his sole discretion, to constitute behavior that is not in the best interests of the students, families, or other School employees; and, any other conduct the Executive Director determines, in his sole discretion, is detrimental to the School.