Adjoining Property definition

Adjoining Property means all sidewalks, driveways, curbs, gores and vault spaces adjoining any of the Leased Premises.
Adjoining Property means any adjoining or neighbouring premises in which the Landlord or a Group Company of the Landlord holds or shall at any time during the Term hold a freehold or leasehold interest;
Adjoining Property means any land and/or buildings adjoining or neighbouring the Premises;

Examples of Adjoining Property in a sentence

  • Add the following new section to IBC section 3307 Protection of Adjoining Property: 3307.2 Structural Loads.See section 1608.4.


More Definitions of Adjoining Property

Adjoining Property means any neighbouring or adjoining land owned or occupied by Us (or a company or individual connected with Us).
Adjoining Property means any land and/or property adjoining the Site and each and every part thereof including all conduits, roads, footpaths, walls, fences, buildings and other erections and all service media and other apparatus on, under or within such land and/or property.
Adjoining Property means neighbouring or adjoining land or premises (excluding the Building) in which the Landlord or a Group Company has a freehold or leasehold interest or in which during the Term the Landlord (or a Group Company) shall have acquired a freehold or leasehold interest
Adjoining Property means all parts of the Estate (other than the Demised Premises) and any land and/or buildings from time to time adjoining or neighbouring the Estate
Adjoining Property means all appurtenant sidewalks, driveways, curbs, gores and vault spaces which are located on land adjoining the Land and which Tenant is entitled to use and responsible to repair.
Adjoining Property means any neighbouring or adjoining land in which the Landlord has a freehold or leasehold interest or in which during the Term the Landlord shall have acquired a freehold or leasehold interest