Examples of Tenant Delays in a sentence
Landlord’s Work shall be deemed substantially completed as of the date when Landlord’s Work would have been substantially completed but for any Tenant Delays, as determined by Landlord in the exercise of its good faith business judgment.
However, if Landlord is delayed in the performance of the Landlord Work as a result of any Tenant Delay(s) (defined below), the Landlord Work shall be deemed to be Substantially Complete on the date that Landlord could reasonably have been expected to Substantially Complete the Landlord Work absent any Tenant Delay.
The “Commencement Date” shall be the earliest of: (i) the date Landlord Delivers the Premises to Tenant; (ii) the date Landlord could have Delivered the Premises but for Tenant Delays; and (iii) the date Tenant conducts any business in the Premises or any part thereof.
It is the intention of the parties that all of such delays will be considered Tenant Delays for which Tenant shall be wholly and completely responsible for any and all consequences related to such delays, including, without limitation, any costs and expenses attributable to increases in labor or materials.
If any delays in Substantially Completing the Tenant Improvements are attributable to Tenant Delays, then the Premises shall be deemed to have been Substantially Completed and delivered to Tenant on the date on which Landlord could have Substantially Completed the Premises and tendered the Premises to Tenant but for such Tenant Delays.