Definition of Post-Signing Allowances and Commissions


Post-Signing Allowances and Commissions means (a) any out-of-pocket payments under any lease or sublease (or amendment or modification of any existing lease or sublease executed in compliance with this Agreement) executed on or after the date hereof by any Group Company (as lessor or sublessor, as applicable) and any tenant thereof that are required to be paid by the landlord thereunder to, or for the benefit of, the tenant thereunder which is in the nature of a tenant inducement or concession, including, without limitation, tenant improvement costs, design, refurbishment and other work allowances, lease buyout costs, and moving allowances (but excluding free rent); and (b) all brokerage commissions required to be paid by any of the Group Companies, in each case with respect to any lease or sublease (or amendment or modification of any existing lease or sublease executed in compliance with this Agreement) executed on or after the date hereof by any Group Company (including by reason of the exercise by a tenant under such a lease or sublease of any renewal option, extension option, expansion option, lease of additional space, right of first offer, right of first refusal or similar right or option or the lapse or waiver by a tenant under any lease or sublease (or amendment or modification of any existing lease or sublease executed in compliance with this Agreement) executed by any Group Company on or after the date hereof of any right of cancellation in each case on or after the date hereof).
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