Major Tenant Premises means the portion of the Property demised to Major Tenant pursuant to the Major Tenant Lease.
Examples of Major Tenant Premises in a sentence
During a Cash Sweep Period caused by a Major Tenant Trigger Event, Borrower shall deposit with Lender all Excess Cash Flow, which amounts shall be held by Lender for tenant improvement and leasing commission obligations incurred in connection with the leasing of any or all of the Major Tenant Premises.
Provided no Event of Default hereunder exists and is then continuing, Lender shall make disbursements from the Major Tenant Rollover Reserve Fund for tenant improvement and leasing commission obligations incurred by Borrower incurred in connection with the leasing of any or all of the Major Tenant Premises.
If the Landlord approaches the Minor Tenant to discuss the Minor Tenants plans for all or any portion of the Major Tenant Premises, the Minor Tenant may advise the Landlord that it cannot enter into discussions in connection therewith unless and until the Landlord issues an Intention Letter.