Definition of Tenant Caused Delay

Tenant Caused Delay means any delay resulting by reason of any one or more of the following:
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Examples of Tenant Caused Delay in a sentence

If a Tenant Caused Delay (as that term is defined below) causes the Early Entry Date to be later than the Target Early Entry Date, then for each day that the Early Entry Date is delayed beyond the [***]: Certain information on this page has been omitted and filed separately with the Commission.
The failure of Tenant to approve or reject the Budget or Updated Budget in a timely manner as provided in this Paragraph (c), or any delay resulting from Tenant rejecting the Updated Budget shall be deemed a Tenant Caused Delay.
If Landlord is unable to deliver possession of a floor with Landlord's Work and the Tenant Improvement Work to be performed by Landlord's contractor substantially complete by the Commencement Date for such floor (as specified in the Basic Lease Information) for any reason other than Tenant Caused Delay, then the Delivery Date and the Commencement Date for such floor shall be deferred and the Base Rent and Additional Rent payable hereunder for such floor shall be abated for the time period of such delay.
As more particularly set forth on Exhibit B to this Assignment, Assignor has caused a certain amount of "Tenant Caused Delay" as that term is used in Section 7 of Exhibit C and Section 8 of Exhibit D to the Lease.
In the event of a Tenant Caused Delay, Landlord shall notify Tenant in writing of such delay immediately following Landlords knowledge of such delay.