Demised Premises definition

Demised Premises means all that piece of leased land in 2000 MW Pavagada Ultra Mega Solar Park at Vallur, Balasamudra, Tirumani, Rayacharlu and Kyataganacharlu Villages of Nagalmadike Hobli, Pavagada Taluk of Tumkur District of Karnataka State and more particularly described in Schedule“1”written hereunder, together with all rights, liberties, privileges, easement advantages and appurtenances, whatsoever thereto belonging or in any manner appurtenant thereto or usually held or occupied therewith or reputed to belong or be appurtenant thereto except and reserving unto KSPDCL all mines and minerals in and under the premises.
Demised Premises means all that piece of leased land in at Village of District of written hereunder and delineated on the plan hereto annexed in Annexure “ ”, together with all rights, liberties, privileges, easement advantages and appurtenances, whatsoever thereto belonging or in any manner appurtenant thereto or usually held or occupied therewith or reputed to belong or be appurtenant thereto except and reserving unto SPPD all mines and minerals in and under the premises.
Demised Premises means the real estate described in EXHIBIT A and all improvements located thereon.

Examples of Demised Premises in a sentence

Payment of pet fee by Tenant does not relieve the Tenant from responsibly for any damages done to the Demised Premises by animals/pets.

Further, Tenant shall be responsible for, at its own expense, maintaining full and adequate insurance coverage on all personal property and contents in and on the Demised Premises, and for all liability insurance with respect to injuries or other accidents which may occur on the Demised Premises.

The SPD shall not at any time do, cause or permit to be done anything on the Demised Premises which may cause a nuisance, annoyance or disturbance to the owners, occupiers or resident of other premises in vicinity or upon the Land except to the extent inherent in the construction of the Plant and for running the same.

Upon the expiration of the term of this Lease pursuant to any of the provisions of this Section, Landlord may without formal demand or notice of any kind, re-enter the Demised Premises by self-help, summary forcible detainer proceedings or any other action or proceeding authorized by law, and remove Tenant and its property there from the Demised Premises without being liable for any damages therefore.

The SPD shall not interfere or cause damage to the properties of GPCL whether located outside or inside the Demised Premises, including but not limited to water supply lines, drainage lines, water meters, street lights and such other properties.


More Definitions of Demised Premises

Demised Premises means the land described in the Schedule hereto together with all pump stations pipelines channels drains levees and appurtenant works and all buildings erections and other improvements for the time being constructed and maintained thereon in accordance with the provisions of this lease and of the Agreement;
Demised Premises means the land described in the Schedule hereto situate within the Camballin Area (as defined in subclause (2) of Clause 1 of the Principal Agreement) together with all pump stations channels drains levees and appurtenant works and all buildings erections and other improvements for the time being constructed and maintained thereon in accordance with the provisions of this lease and of the Agreement;
Demised Premises means all the lands which are described, delineated and shown in Appendix “A” hereto and which comprise the Project Site and are owned by the Lessor;
Demised Premises means the parcel of land described as such in Part A of Schedule I;
Demised Premises means the premises subject to the warrant of eviction.
Demised Premises means a portion of the third (3rd) floor of the Building, as shown on the Floor Plan annexed hereto as Schedule A and made a part of this Lease, including all fixtures and equipment which at the Commencement Date or during the Term of this Lease are attached thereto and which become a part thereof.
Demised Premises means the Demised Premises as briefly described in the Particulars including:-