Definition of Temporary Condemnation


Temporary Condemnation means a Condemnation of the temporary right to use or occupy all or part of the Premises.

Examples of Temporary Condemnation in a sentence

If a Temporary Condemnation shall occur with respect to any Property, Rent shall not abate and, subject to the terms of Third Party Lease to the contrary, Tenant will be entitled to receive any award or payment.
Landlord shall have no right to participate in proceedings related to a Temporary Condemnation, unless Tenant may not legally participate in such proceedings, then Landlord shall participate in such proceedings in accordance with Tenant's instructions, all at Tenant's sole cost and expense and using counsel selected, instructed and paid by Tenant.
The term "Temporary Condemnation" means a Condemnation relating to the temporary right to use or occupy a Property or any part of a Property.
If a Temporary Condemnation shall occur with respect to any Premises, Rent shall not abate and, subject to the terms of any Fee Mortgage or Third Party Lease to the contrary, Tenant will be entitled to receive any award or payment.
The term "Insubstantial Condemnation" means any Condemnation other than a Substantial Condemnation or a Temporary Condemnation.