Definition of Temporary Taking

  1. Temporary Taking means any Condemnation of a Facility or any portion thereof, whether the same would constitute a Complete Taking or a Partial Taking, where the Condemnor or its designee uses or occupies such Facility, or any portion thereof, for no more than twelve consecutive (12) months.

Examples of Temporary Taking in a sentence

  1. At the termination of any such Temporary Taking, Lessee will, at its own cost and expense and pursuant to the provisions of Section 7.02, promptly commence and complete restoration of such Property.
  2. Eminent Domain ..................................................... 12 17.1 Substantial Taking ......................................... 12 17.2 Partial Taking; Abatement of Rent .......................... 12 -ii- STANDARD FORM TRIPLE NET LEASE TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE ---- 17.3 Condemnation Award ......................................... 12 17.4 Temporary Taking ........................................... 13 17.5 Waiver of Termination Right ................................ 13 18.

Definition of Temporary Taking in Lease Agreement

Temporary Taking means any Condemnation of a Facility or any portion thereof, whether the same would constitute a Complete Taking or a Partial Taking, where the Condemnor or its designee uses or occupies such Facility, or any portion thereof, for no more than twelve consecutive (12) months.


Definition of Temporary Taking in Amended and Restated

Temporary Taking means any temporary condemnation or confiscation of the use or occupancy of the Leased Premises (or any part thereof) by any governmental authority, civil or military, whether pursuant to an agreement with such governmental authority in settlement of or under threat of any such requisition or confiscation, or otherwise.