Prior Occupancy definition

Prior Occupancy means Owner’s use of all or parts of the Project before Substantial Completion, as more fully set forth in Section 6.08 A.
Prior Occupancy means Owner's use of all or parts of the Project before Substantial Completion.
Prior Occupancy means Owner’s use of all or parts of the Project before Substantial Completion.

Examples of Prior Occupancy in a sentence

  • Unless otherwise agreed in writing, Prior Occupancy shall not: be deemed an acceptance of any portion of the Work; accelerate the time for any payment to the CM/GC; prejudice any rights of Owner provided by any insurance, bond, guaranty, or the Contract Documents; relieve the CM/GC of the risk of loss or any of the obligations established by the Contract Documents; establish a date for termination or partial termination of the assessment of liquidated damages; or constitute a waiver of claims.


More Definitions of Prior Occupancy

Prior Occupancy means Owner’s use of all or parts of the Project before Substantial Completion, as more fully set forth in Part 6.7A.
Prior Occupancy means Ecology or property owner use of all or parts of the Project before Substantial Completion, as more fully set forth in Section 6.08A.
Prior Occupancy. Tenant shall not occupy the Leased Premises prior to Lease Commencement Date except with the express prior written consent of Landlord. If with Landlord's consent Tenant occupies the Leased Premises, Tenant shall pay Landlord for the period from the first day of such occupancy rent in the amount specified in Article 1.1 to be payable on the first day of such occupancy and thereafter on the first day of every calendar month until the first day of the Lease Term. A prorated monthly installment shall be paid for the fraction of the month if Tenant's occupancy of the Leased Premises commences on any day other than the first day of the month. If Tenant shall occupy the Leased Premises prior to Lease Commencement Date, all covenants and conditions of this Lease shall be binding on the parties commencing at such prior occupancy.
Prior Occupancy. Tenant shall not occupy any portion of the Leased Premises prior to Lease Commencement Date except with the express prior written consent of Landlord. If with Landlord's consent, Tenant occupies the Leased Premises prior to the Lease Commencement Date, Tenant shall pay Landlord Base Rent in the amounts specified in Paragraph 1.1 and Tenant's Pro Rata Share of Operating Costs, as defined in Paragraph 3.3, from the first day of such occupancy. These amounts will be payable on the first day of such occupancy and thereafter on the first day of every calendar month until the first day of the Lease Term. A prorated monthly installment shall be paid for the fraction of the month if Tenant's occupancy of the Leased Premises commences on any day other than the first day of the month. If Tenant shall occupy the Leased Premises prior to Lease Commencement Date, all covenants and conditions of this Lease shall be binding on Tenant commencing at such prior occupancy.

Related to Prior Occupancy

  • Child-occupied facility means a building or portion of a building constructed prior to 1978, visited regularly by the same child, age six years or younger on at least two different days within any week (Sunday through Saturday period), provided that each day’s visit lasts at least three hours and the combined weekly visit lasts at least six hours, and the combined annual visits last at least 60 hours. Child-occupied facilities may include, but are not limited to, day-care centers, preschools and kindergarten classrooms.

  • Landlord’s Work means the work of constructing the Tenant Improvements.

  • Occupancy means the use or intended use of a building or part thereof for the shelter or support of persons, animals or property.

  • Occupancy Date means the date on which occupancy of all Units in a Project is permitted;

  • Substantial Completion means the stage in the progress of the work as determined and certified by the Contracting Officer in writing to the Contractor, on which the work (or a portion designated by the Government) is sufficiently complete and satisfactory. Substantial completion means that the property may be occupied or used for the purpose for which it is intended, and only minor items such as touch-up, adjustments, and minor replacements or installations remain to be completed or corrected which:

  • bicycle parking space – occupant means an area that is equipped with a bicycle rack or locker for the purpose of parking and securing bicycles, and:

  • Certificate of Occupancy means a certificate of occupancy, governmental sign-off or other document, permit or approval (whether conditional, unconditional, temporary or permanent) which must be obtained by Landlord from the appropriate governmental authority as a condition to the lawful initial occupancy by Tenant of the Expansion Space that is the subject of the Work.

  • Subleased Premises means such portions of the Leased Premises being particularly identified on Schedule B, which the parties agree, for the purposes of this Sublease and any square footage calculations pursuant hereto, is approximately 42,244 square feet of office (21,068 square feet on the third floor and 21,176 square feet on the seventh floor) and approximately 9.4312% of common space (building rentable area is 447,917 square feet).

  • the Premises means the building or part of the building booked and referred to in the contract

  • Leased Premises means the Leased Premises as defined in Paragraph 1.

  • Storage Space means a space where goods of non-hazardous nature are stored and includes cold storage and banking safe vaults;

  • Tenant Delay means (i) any request by Tenant that Landlord delay in the commencement or completion of the Premises Base Building Work, or the Common Facilities Base Building Work, as applicable, for any reason; (ii) any delay in the Base Building Substantial Completion Date caused by Tenant’s contractors, agents and employee’s interference with Landlord and Landlord’s contractor’s, agents, and employees; or (iii) any other act or omission of Tenant or its officers, agents, servants or contractors which causes a delay in the Premises Base Building Work, or the Common Facilities Base Building Work, as applicable. If a delay shall occur in the Base Building Work as a result of Tenant Delay, then Tenant shall, within thirty (30) days after determination of the Rent Commencement Date, and only to the extent that such amount exceeds the rent credit, if any, due to Tenant, pay to Landlord for each day of Tenant’s Delay the amount of Basic Rent, Additional Rent and other charges that would have been payable hereunder had Tenant’s Delay not occurred to the extent that such Tenant Delay caused the Rent Commencement Date to be later than the date such date would have occurred had such Tenant Delay not occurred. Landlord shall give Tenant written notice of a Tenant Delay under clauses (ii) and (iii) above within twenty-four (24) hours after Landlord learns of such Tenant Delay. Subject to Tenant Delay and Force Majeure, if Landlord shall have failed to substantially complete the Premises Base Building Work on or before March 1, 2002, Tenant shall have the right to terminate the Lease by written notice to Landlord prior to March 15, 2002, whereupon this Lease shall terminate and be of no further force or effect thirty (30) days after the date of such notice unless Landlord shall have substantially completed the Premises Base Building Work prior to, or within such period.

  • Building Work has the meaning given to it in section 6 of the Building and Construction Industry (Improving Productivity) Act 2016 (Cth);

  • residential premises means a house, building, structure, shelter, or mobile home, or portion thereof, used as a dwelling, home, residence, or living place by 1 or more human beings. “Residential premises” includes an apartment unit, a boardinghouse, a rooming house, a mobile home, a mobile home space, and a single or multiple family dwelling, but does not include a hotel, a motel, motor home, or other tourist accommodation, when used as a temporary accommodation for guests or tourists, or premises used as the principal place of residence of the owner and rented occasionally during temporary absences including vacation or sabbatical leave.