Definition of Tenant Delays

  1. Tenant Delays means any delays caused or contributed to by Tenant.

Examples of Tenant Delays in a sentence

  1. As used herein, the terms Landlords Work, Tenant Delays and Substantially Completed shall have the meanings set forth for such terms in the Work Letter.

Definition of Tenant Delays in Agreement

Tenant Delays means any delay caused or contributed to by Tenant, including, without limitation, Tenant's ordering of any long lead time item(s), Tenant's failure to timely approve any plans, including the shell plan for Landlord's Improvements within the time period provided in this Lease, Tenant's failure to timely respond to any other request from Landlord for a response or approval within the time period reasonably requested by Landlord, Tenant's failure to timely prepare or approve the Final Plans within the time period provided in this Lease and any delay from any revisions Tenant proposes to approved Final Plans. Tenant Delays also include, without limitation, any delay due to Tenant's failure to comply strictly with Tenant's obligations set forth in the schedule attached as Exhibit "E" or to do what is reasonably requested by Landlord to facilitate Landlord's compliance with the schedule attached as Exhibit "E".


Definition of Tenant Delays in Lease Agreement

Tenant Delays means any delays caused or contributed to by Tenant.


Definition of Tenant Delays in Office Lease

Tenant Delays means any and all delays due to the fault of Tenant, including, without limitation, Tenant's failure to deliver to Landlord, concurrently with Tenant's execution of this Lease, executed copies of policies of insurance or certificates thereof as required under Section 11.8 and the Security Deposit and Monthly Rent for the first month such Monthly Rent is due hereunder and delays in the construction of the Tenant Improvements due to the fault of Tenant, as described in the Work Letter.