Definition of Tenancy Leases


Tenancy Leases means operating leases, subleases, licenses, occupancy agreements and rights-of-use entered into by the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries in its capacity as a lessor or a similar capacity in the ordinary course of business that do not materially and adversely affect the use of the Real Property encumbered thereby for its intended purpose (excluding any lease entered into in connection with a Sale and Leaseback Transaction).
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Examples of Tenancy Leases in a sentence

No tenant under any Tenancy Lease is entitled to any free rent, partial rent, rebate of rent payments, credit, offset or deduction in rent, including, without limitation, lease support payments or lease buy-outs, except as reflected in such Tenancy Leases or as disclosed to the Administrative Agent in writing by the Borrower.
The Tenancy Leases described in the preceding sentence constitute as of the date thereof the sole agreements relating to leasing or licensing of space at such Borrowing Base Asset and in the buildings relating thereto.
There is no payment default or any other material default under such Tenancy Leases, nor, to Borrowers knowledge, are there any defenses, counterclaims or offsets available to any tenant thereunder which in either case is reasonably likely to have a Material Adverse Effect.
Borrower shall provide Administrative Agent with a copy of all non-residential Tenancy Leases related to a Borrowing Base Asset where the annual rent under the applicable Tenancy Lease exceeds $30,000 per annum no less than ten (10) days prior to execution of such Tenancy Leases.
Borrower shall provide Administrative Agent with a copy of the fully executed original of all non-residential Tenancy Leases related to a Borrowing Base Asset promptly following their execution.