Rental Term definition

Rental Term means in respect of each Rental Schedule the rental term stipulated in the Rental Schedule;
Rental Term means the primary term of this Lease. If the term of this Lease has been extended pursuant to an option granted to you under this Lease to extend the term or pursuant to any amendment to this Lease extending the term, then such extended term shall be included as part of the term.
Rental Term means the period of time a Responsible Person rents or leases a Vacation Rental.

Examples of Rental Term in a sentence

  • In the event the Property is not available for use during the Rental Term due to reasons, events or circumstances beyond the control of Rental Agent, Rental Agent will apply due diligence and good faith efforts to locate a replacement property that equals or exceeds the Property with respect to occupancy capacity, location and value that meets the reasonable satisfaction of the Guest.

  • UNAVAILABILITY OF PROPERTY In the event the Property is not available for use during the Rental Term due to reasons, events or circumstances beyond the control of Rental Agent, Rental Agent will apply due diligence and good faith efforts to locate a replacement property that equals or exceeds the Property with respect to occupancy capacity, location and value that meets the reasonable satisfaction of the Guest.

  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, if Purchasing Entity fails to notify Contractor of its intent with respect to the exercise of a purchase, renewal, or return of the Equipment, the Initial Lease or Rental Term shall be terminated on the date as stated in the Order and removal of the Product will be mutually arranged.

  • In calculating the Rental Term, twenty-four (24) hours or any part thereof constitutes one full day.

  • Strad shall invoice Lessee at a minimum of once per month (or as frequently as specified in the Rental Agreement) during the Rental Term for (i) all Rental Fees during the immediately preceding billing period, determined on a daily rental basis, and (ii) any fees for Services and all other sums which become due and payable by Lessee.


More Definitions of Rental Term

Rental Term means the period of time commencing on the Collection Date and ending on the Return Date as specified in the Confirmation or as varied by the Rental Agreement.
Rental Term means the period commencing from the Pick Up Date and Time to the Return Date and Time.
Rental Term means the length of time, as designated in increments of one (1) month and not exceeding a total of twelve (12) months, for an equipment order.
Rental Term means, with respect to any Unit, the period commencing with the delivery of such Unit and continuing until the Return Date for such Unit, (l) “Return Date” means, with respect any Unit, the date on which such Unit is returned to Lessor in compliance with the terms of this Agreement (including without limitation being Cleaned of Contents), and all applicable Services in connection with such Unit have been performed,
Rental Term means the period of Equipment rental, from the Start Date, set out in the Rental Form.
Rental Term means, subject to earlier cancellation, the period from the Pick-up Date to the Return Date, calculated in accordance with clause 4.2.
Rental Term means the period set out in the Rental Agreement or shall terminate when the Equipment has been returned to the Company, but shall be not less than the minimum period specified in the Rental Agreement.