Excess Rent definition

Excess Rent means the excess of (a) all consideration received by Tenant from a Transfer over (b) Rent payable under this Lease after deducting reasonable tenant improvements paid for by Tenant, reasonable attorneys’ fees and any other reasonable out-of-pocket costs paid by Tenant as a result of the Transfer (but specifically excluding any Rent paid to Landlord while the Premises is vacant).
Excess Rent is defined in Section 14.4.
Excess Rent means the gross revenue received from the Transferee during the Sublease term or with respect to the Assignment, less (a) the gross revenue received by Landlord from Tenant during the period of the Sublease term or concurrently with or after the Assignment; (b) any reasonably documented tenant improvement allowance or other economic concession (planning allowance, moving expenses, etc.), paid by Tenant to or on behalf of the Transferee; (d) customary and reasonable external brokers’ commissions to the extent paid and documented; (e) reasonable attorneys’ fees; and (f) reasonable costs of advertising the space for Sublease or Assignment (collectively, “Transfer Costs”). Tenant shall not be required to pay to Landlord any Excess Rent until Tenant has recovered its Transfer Costs.

Examples of Excess Rent in a sentence

  • City shall receive fifty percent (50%) of all Excess Rent payable in connection with any Transfer.

  • If, notwithstanding the foregoing prohibition, Tenant receives any Excess Rent, Tenant shall pay the same to City; (e) Tenant assigns to City all rent and other payments due from all subtenants under any sublease agreements; provided however, Tenant is hereby granted a license to collect rents and other payments due from subtenants under their sublease agreements until the occurrence of an Event of Default, regardless of whether a notice of that default has been given by City.

  • In the event of any Assignment or sublease involving Rent in excess of the Base Rent under this lease (any such excess amount being sometimes hereinafter referred to as "Excess Rent"), Landlord shall participate in the Excess Rent.

  • Tenant shall promptly forward to Landlord 50% of all such Excess Rent collected from any such Assignee or subtenant and shall supply Landlord with true copies, as executed, of all Assignments and subleases.

  • For purposes of the preceding sentence, the "net proceeds" of such Excess Rent shall mean the gross amount thereof less the following, if and as actually and reasonably incurred by Tenant in connection with any such Assignment or sublease: (A) all leasing commissions and brokerage fees; (B) all attorneys' fees and related expenses; and/or (C) any other costs and expenses approved by Landlord, in Landlord's reasonable discretion.

More Definitions of Excess Rent

Excess Rent means any sums or economic consideration per square foot of the Premises received by Tenant pursuant to such subletting in excess of the amount of the rent per square foot of the Premises payable by Tenant under this Lease applicable to the part or parts of the Premises so sublet; provided, however, that no excess payment shall be payable until Tenant shall have recovered therefrom all of the costs incurred by Tenant for brokerage commissions, tenant improvement work approved by Landlord, reasonable attorneys fees, and reasonable marketing fees, in conjunction with such sublease; and
Excess Rent shall have the meaning set forth in Section 17.4 hereof.
Excess Rent means a sum equal to fifty percent (50%) of the amount by which the rent and other charges or other consideration paid by Tenant by any subtenant or assignee exceeds the pro rata portion, for each month of such subletting or assignment, of the Fixed Rent and additional rent for such space then payable for such month by Tenant to Landlord pursuant to the provisions of this Lease in the absence of this subsection (e), less the portion applicable to such month, when amortized from the dates incurred over the remaining term of the sublease or assignment, of Tenant’s cost of improvements made or paid for by Tenant to satisfy the needs of the subtenant, and legal fees, leasing commissions and similar capital costs incurred by Tenant in connection with the assignment or subletting.
Excess Rent means all rent, additional rent, and other consideration paid by a Transferee in excess of the Rent payable by Tenant under this Lease (on a rentable square foot basis, if less than the entire Premises is transferred), after deducting Permitted Transfer Costs. As used herein, "Permitted Transfer Costs" means the actual costs incurred and paid by Tenant for (a) any third party leasing commissions that are reasonable and customary for the market in which the Premises are located, (b) any tenant improvement costs incurred by Tenant or allowance paid by Tenant to the Transferee for improvements made in the Premises with Landlord's approval. For purposes of the foregoing calculation, the leasing commissions and any tenant improvement allowance shall be amortized on a straight-line basis over the term of the applicable assignment or sublease. If part of the consideration for such Transfer shall be payable other than in cash, Landlord's share of such non-cash consideration shall be in such form as is reasonably satisfactory to Landlord. If Tenant shall enter into multiple Transfers, the Excess Rent shall be calculated independently with respect to each Transfer. The Excess Rent due Landlord hereunder shall be earned and paid monthly, within five (5) days after Tenant receives any Excess Rent from the Transferee. Landlord or its authorized representatives shall have the right at all reasonable times to audit the books, records and papers of Tenant relating to any Transfer, and shall have the right to make copies thereof. If the Excess Rent respecting any Transfer shall be found to be understated, Tenant shall within thirty (30) days after demand pay the deficiency, and if understated by more than three percent (3%), Tenant shall pay Landlord's costs of such audit. The provisions of this Section 7.5 shall not apply to a Permitted Transfer.
Excess Rent means the amount by which (x) rent received by Landlord (from the tenant or tenants leasing all or any portion of the Premises after Tenant's default) in any month exceeds (y) the amount of rent that would have been payable under this Lease for such month if this Lease had not been terminated. Landlord shall pay Tenant one-half of the Excess Rent until the earlier of (A) the date the Excess Amount is fully repaid or (B) the date that would have been the Expiration Date of this Lease. Any remaining balance of the Default Loan on such date shall be deemed forgiven. If the Default Loan is insufficient to cover all Default Damages, Tenant shall pay Landlord any such shortfall immediately upon demand by Landlord, and Landlord shall have all rights and remedies available at law or elsewhere in the Lease with respect to such shortfall.
Excess Rent means Sublease rent and any other sums paid or payable to Tenant under a Sublease, excluding the value of goodwill, in excess of Tenant's concurrent Rent obligation for the Sublease premises.
Excess Rent means and refer to any consideration in excess of the sum of (a) the pro-rata portion of Rent applicable to the portion of the Tenant Space subject to the assignment or sublease, less (b) the reasonable leasing costs (i.e., tenant improvement allowances, other design and construction costs, legal fees and broker commissions paid by Tenant) actually incurred by Tenant in connection with such sublease or assignment.