Ready for Occupancy definition

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.
Ready for Occupancy as that term is used herein shall mean the date when all major construction aspects of the Premises and any remodeling work to be performed by Landlord to the extent agreed to in the Work Letter are completed although minor items are not completed (including but not limited to, touch-up plastering or repainting which does not unreasonably interfere with Tenant's ability to carry on its business in the Premises). The certificate of the architect (or other representative of Landlord) in charge of supervising the completion or remodeling of the Premises shall control conclusively the date upon which the Premises are Ready for Occupancy. If Landlord is delayed in delivering the Premises to Tenant because the same are not Ready for Occupancy or due to the failure of a prior occupant to vacate the same, then the rent and term shall be postponed as hereinabove set forth, and such postponement shall be in full settlement of all claims which Tenant may otherwise have by reason of the delay of delivery.
Ready for Occupancy means a mobile or manufactured home

Examples of Ready for Occupancy in a sentence

  • The Premises shall be deemed "Ready for Occupancy" upon the Substantial Completion of the Premises.

  • Tenant may not cancel this Lease at any time after the date Landlord notifies Tenant that the Leased Premises have been put into the agreed condition and are Ready for Occupancy.

  • The parties hereby confirm that (a) the Premises are Ready for Occupancy, and (b) the term of the Lease commenced as of for a term of ending on (unless sooner terminated as provided in the Lease.

  • The term “Construction Period” shall mean the period from the date of this Lease to the date that Landlord completes construction of the Landlord’s Work (including any “Additional Base Building Items”, as defined in Section 3(f) of the Tenant Work Letter), and Common Areas, regardless of the occurrence of any Tenant Delay and without regard to the effect of any provision of this Lease pursuant to which the Premises are deemed to be Ready for Occupancy in advance of its actual occurrence.

  • Tenant shall occupy the Demised Premises promptly after the same are Ready for Occupancy and possession thereof is delivered to Tenant by Landlord giving to Tenant a notice of such effect.


More Definitions of Ready for Occupancy

Ready for Occupancy means (i) the date on which Landlord has substantially completed the PAP Tenant Work in accordance with the FAP Construction Plans and in substantial compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and codes, as certified to Tenant in writing by Landlord's architect, Lewis Himes & Associates ("Landlord's Architect"), Landlord and the applicable general contractor; (ii) a permanent or temporary certificate of occupancy or other reasonable evidence of approval has been issued by the City permitting the use and occupancy of the Fourth Added Premises subject only to FAP Punch List (defined below) items and FAP Tenant Installations (defined below); and (iii) the services and systems required to be provided to the Fourth Added Premises are in operation and have passed inspection by the appropriate governmental authority required for issuance of a permanent or temporary certificate of occupancy for the Fourth Added Premises. Tue contract between Landlord and the general contractor will provide for a guaranteed maximum price ("GMP"), and the GMP cannot be exceeded without the execution of a change order approved in writing by Tenant, provided such approval will not be unreasonably withheld.
Ready for Occupancy or "Substantial Completion" means complete to the extent Tenant may reasonably use and occupy the Premises for the purpose for which the same were intended, as evidenced by the issuance of a Standard AIA Certificate of Substantial Completion executed by the Architect and issuance of a certificate of occupancy (or other governmental approval permitting the occupancy of the Premises by Tenant) by the City of Bellevue, subject to minor details of construction, decoration and mechanical adjustments that remain to be completed by Tenant, which do not materially interfere with Tenant's use of the Premises.
Ready for Occupancy as used herein shall mean the date on which Landlord shall have substantially completed all its work outlined in this Work Letter. The issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy (or its equivalent) for the Leased Premises or a certificate from Landlord's architect or space planner certifying substantial completion of the work shall conclusively control the date the Leased Premises are substantially complete and the date on which the Leased Premises are Ready for Occupancy. Landlord agrees to use its best efforts to provide Tenant with at least fifteen (15) days' prior notice of the date the Leased Premises are expected to be Ready for Occupancy. Landlord's undertaking to provide fifteen (15) days' prior notice to Tenant shall not change, alter, or otherwise affect Tenant's obligations under this Lease.
Ready for Occupancy. The term "Ready for Occupancy" shall mean 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
Ready for Occupancy as used herein shall mean the date that Landlord has substantially completed the Premises or any remodeling work to be performed by Landlord to the extent agreed to in the Work Agreement. The certificate of the architect (or other representative of the Landlord) in charge of supervising the completion or remodeling of the Premises shall control conclusively the date upon which the Premises are Ready for Occupancy, and the obligation to pay Rent begins. In addition to the above, if Landlord is delayed in delivering the Premises to Tenant due to the failure of a prior occupant to vacate the same, then the obligation for the payment of Rent and the commencement of the Primary Lease Term hereof shall also be postponed and such postponement shall be in full satisfaction of all claims which Tenant might otherwise have by reason of such delay of delivery.
Ready for Occupancy means the first (1st) business day following a weekend after the date that all of the following have occurred:
Ready for Occupancy as used herein shall mean the date that Landlord shall have substantially completed Landlord’s Work, subject only to the completion ofpunch listitems of a minor nature. The issuance of a temporary certificate of occupancy for such space (or its equivalent), or certification by Landlord’s contractor, architect or space planner verifying substantial completion of Landlord’s Work shall conclusively control the date upon which the space is Ready for Occupancy and the commencement of Tenant’s obligation to pay Rent. In the event Tenant’s acts or omission delay the completion of Landlord’s Work, Landlord’s Work shall be deemed Ready for Occupancy on the date Landlord’s Work would have been substantially completed in the absence of Tenants acts or omission that caused the delay. Notwithstanding anything in the foregoing to the contrary, should Landlord fail to have the Premises Ready for Occupancy within one hundred eighty (180) days after the date of this Lease (such date extended if failure to have the Premises Ready for Occupancy is due to Force Majeure, as referenced in Section 14), then Tenant shall have the option to terminate this Lease upon written notice (which shall be delivered if at all within thirty (30) days after the date Tenant is entitled to terminate the Lease pursuant to this Section and if not timely delivered, then Tenant’s termination right shall lapse), the effective date of termination to be at least thirty (30) days after the date of delivery of Tenant’s notice; provided, however, should Landlord have the Premises Ready for Occupancy prior to the date set forth in Tenant’s notice then such termination notice shall be of no force and effect and this Lease shall continue in full force and effect between the parties. In the event this Lease is terminated as provided immediately above, then neither Landlord nor Tenant shall have any claim or obligation to the other by reason of this Lease or the termination thereof.