Definition of Tenant Extra Improvements

Tenant Extra Improvements means the Improvements, as defined in, and to be construction pursuant to, Exhibit B.

Examples of Tenant Extra Improvements in a sentence

Although Tenant Extra Improvements become the property of Landlord upon installation, they are intended to be for the convenience of Tenant and are not intended to be a substitute for Rent or any part thereof.
Tenant shall repair all damage caused by removal of Tenants movable equipment or furniture or the removal of any Tenant Extra Improvements or Alterations (as defined in Section 6.7) permitted or required by Landlord, all as provided in Section 6.13.
All additions to or improvements of the Premises, whether of Building Standard Improvements or Tenant Extra Improvements, shall be and become the property of Landlord upon installation and shall be surrendered to Landlord upon termination of this Lease by lapse of time or otherwise, except as otherwise stated herein.
Landlord shall not be obligated to insure any of Tenants Personal Property, or any Tenant Extra Improvements or Alterations that Tenant may make upon the Premises.
If the Pricing Letter is disapproved, Tenant shall provide, with its notice of disapproval, such information as may be required to revise the Tenant Plans for Tenant Improvements to reduce the cost of performing the work of Tenant Extra Improvements.