Definition of Tenant Improvement Construction Documents


Tenant Improvement Construction Documents means the plans and specifications for the construction of the Tenant Improvements, which plans and specifications shall be prepared pursuant to Exhibit C attached hereto.
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On or before June 1,2007, Tenant shall cause its architect to prepare construction documents for the Tenant Improvement Work based on the preliminary schematic plans attached to this Lease as Exhibit2 (such construction drawings being hereinafter called the "Tenant Improvement Construction Documents") and shall submit the same to Landlord for its approval as set forth herein.
Tenant shall have the right, in accordance herewith, to submit for Landlord's approval change proposals subsequent to the completion of the Approved Tenant Improvement Construction Documents (each, a "Tenant Improvement Work Change Proposal").
Notwithstanding the foregoing, it is understood and agreed that Tenant may apply for a building permit from the appropriate municipal officials prior to Landlord's final approval of the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents; provided that if Landlord shall disapprove any element of the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents, Tenant shall promptly revise the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents accordingly and (if required) resubmit the same to the municipal authorities.
Landlord shall review the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents and within fifteen (15) business days after receipt thereof Landlord shall provide Tenant with written notice of either (i) its approval of the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents or (ii) the need for additional information in order to review and approve the same.
Landlord's failure to so respond within said fifteen (15) business day period shall be deemed to constitute Landlord's approval of the Tenant Improvement Construction Documents and determination that the alterations, additions and improvements shown thereon do not need to be removed by Tenant at the expiration or earlier termination of the Term.