Definition of Landlords TI Work

Landlords TI Work shall mean the work to be performed by Landlord in preparing the Premises for Tenants occupancy, as shown on Tenants Approved TI Plans (as defined below) and the actual costs related thereto (but without mark-up by Landlord and specifically excluding all consultant, architect and engineering fees incurred by Tenant), as more particularly described and provided for in the third paragraph of Section 4.2; provided that Landlords TI Work shall exclude work to be performed in connection with Tenants data and telephone cabling, computer systems, furniture and furniture systems, office equipment (e.g. copiers) and similar items (such excluded work collectively, Tenant Installations).

Examples of Landlords TI Work in a sentence

Landlord and Tenant shall set a mutually convenient time on or before such date for Tenant, Tenants architect, Landlord, and Landlords contractor to inspect the Premises and Landlords TI Work therein.
All warranties related to Landlords TI Work shall be assignable to Tenant, and at Tenants request upon the expiration of the eleven (11) month period described above, Landlord shall assign any such warranties then in effect to Tenant unless Landlord is then enforcing any of such warranties (in which case Landlord shall assign such warranties to Tenant upon resolution of such enforcement).
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Landlord shall, at Landlords sole cost, not to be included in Operating Costs, correct any defects in Landlords TI Work of which Tenant shall give Landlord written notice not later than the date that is eleven (11) months after Substantial Completion of Landlords TI Work.
The Premises shall be conclusively deemed ready for Tenants occupancy as soon as Landlords TI Work has been Substantially Completed and Landlords Base Building Work is completed.
The Outside Completion Date shall mean September 1, 2015, provided, however, that the Outside Completion Date shall be extended by the length of any delays in Landlords TI Work arising from delay by Construction Force Majeure.