Tenant Lessee means any Wireless Provider or Cell Tower Company Intermediary that is party to a Tenant Lease with the Borrower or that has been assigned to the Borrower with respect to any one or more Wireless Assets.
Examples of Tenant Lessee in a sentence
Within twenty (20) days after request by Lessor or Lessee with respect to any Tenant, Lessee shall cause such Tenant to execute and deliver to Lessor and Lessor shall execute and deliver to such Tenant a subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreement relating to such Tenants Tenant Lease, which subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreement shall be in form mutually satisfactory to Lessor and Lessee.
Therefore, for the purposes of this Sublease, wherever in the Master Lease the word Landlord Lessor is used it shall be deemed to mean the Sublessor herein and wherever in the Master Lease the word Tenant Lessee is used it shall be deemed to mean the Sublessee herein.
Tenant Lessee is responsible for assuring Independent Operator's compliance with all Airport rules and regulations.
Except as otherwise provided in any agreement between the City and the Independent Operator, the Independent Operator shall provide the City with a written statement from the TenantLessee that states that the TenantLessee is aware of the MSP Independent Operator's activity and that, should facilities be needed, the Tenant Lessee has provided the appropriate space.
Liability for fines, restitution and/or cleanup shall rest solely with the Tenant, Lessee, Commercial Operator or other user of the Airport facilities.