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. 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.

Examples of Prior Occupancy in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding anything in the preceding paragraph, Owner shall be responsible for loss of or damage to the Work resulting from Prior Occupancy.

  • 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 Contractor; prejudice any rights of Owner provided by any insurance, bond, guaranty, or the Contract Documents; relieve Contractor 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.

  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event that the Chargers do not approve any Revised Plans in accordance with Section 3(a) above, then this Agreement shall be considered to be null and void and the Prior Occupancy Agreement shall continue to govern the relationship between the parties.

  • Chargers under the "Prior Occupancy Agreement", which is located on the B-2 Level of the "Stadium Premises" across from Elevator 3 and indicated on Exhibit E.

  • In the event that the Chargers are not willing to approve such Revised Plans, then the Chargers shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, in which event the Prior Occupancy Agreement shall be reinstated and be in full force and effect.

  • Owner may, upon written notice thereof to Contractor, take possession of or use any completed or partially completed portion of the Work ("Prior Occupancy") at any time prior to Substantial Completion.

  • Aboriginal Prior Occupancy Perhaps the most common claim in relation to Taiwanese indigenous rights is that indigenous peoples ought to enjoy indigenous rights because they lived on and occupied Taiwan before external contact (Porter, 2002: 123-75; Macklem, 2001).

  • Except as otherwise provided in Sections 3(c) and 8(b)(i) hereof, this Agreement supersedes and replaces in its entirety the Prior Occupancy Agreement, with the exception of the Scoreboard Supplement.

More Definitions of Prior Occupancy

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.

Related to Prior Occupancy

  • Ready for Occupancy means the date upon which (i) the Leased Premises are available for Tenant's occupancy in a broom clean condition and (ii) the improvements, if any, to be made to the Leased Premises by Landlord as a condition to Tenant's obligation to accept possession of the Leased Premises have been substantially completed and the appropriate governmental building department (i.e., the City building department, if the Property is located within a City, or otherwise the County building department) shall have approved the construction of such improvements as substantially complete or is willing to so approve the construction of the improvements as substantially complete subject only to compliance with specified conditions which are the responsibility of Tenant to satisfy or is willing to allow Tenant to occupy subject to its receiving assurances that specified work will be completed.

  • Single Room Occupancy or “SRO” means housing consisting of single room dwelling units that is the primary residence of its occupant or occupants. An SRO does not include facilities for students.

  • Owner-occupied means property that is the principal

  • 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:

  • permitted occupier means any person on the Premises for any period expressly or by implication with the Tenant’s authority or permission.

  • Certificate of Occupancy / “Certificate of Compliance” shall mean a certificate issued pursuant to subdivision (b) of section 7 of this local law.

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

  • Tenant Work All work installed or furnished to the Premises by Tenant in connection with Tenant’s initial occupancy pursuant to Rider 2 and the Workletter.

  • Leased space means a self−service storage unit or a space located within a self−service storage facility that a lessee is enti- tled to use for the storage of personal property on a self−service basis pursuant to a rental agreement and that is not rented or pro- vided to the lessee in conjunction with property for residential use by the lessee.

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

  • Unoccupied means the dwelling is not being inhabited as a residence.

  • Tenant Delay means any delay in the completion of the Tenant Improvements attributable to Tenant, including, without limitation (i) Tenant’s failure to meet any time deadlines specified herein, (ii) Change Orders, (iii) the performance of any other work in the Leased Premises by any person, firm or corporation employed by or on behalf of Tenant, or any failure to complete or delay in completion of such work, (iv) Landlord’s inability to obtain an occupancy permit for the Leased Premises because of the need for completion of all or a portion of improvements being installed in the Leased Premises directly by Tenant, and (v) any other act or omission of Tenant.

  • building work means all of the Parts to be provided and all of the work to be done by the Builder under and in connection with this Contract, as more particularly described in the Specification and the Plans, and includes all Parts to be provided and all work to be done by the Builder's subcontractors;

  • residential premises means a dwelling unit for residential use and occupancy and the structure of which it is a part, the facilities and appurtenances in it, and the grounds, areas, and facilities for the use of tenants generally or the use of which is promised the tenant. "Residential premises" includes a dwelling unit that is owned or operated by a college or university. "Residential premises" does not include any of the following: