Definition of Tenant Responsible Parties

Tenant Responsible Parties means the Tenant and Tenant's agents, contractors, licensees, servants, employees, sublessees, assignees and others for whom the Tenant is legally responsible.
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Examples of Tenant Responsible Parties in a sentence

The term Tenant Responsible Parties as used in this Lease shall mean Tenant, its employees, agents, contractors and/or invitees.
Tenant covenants and agrees to exonerate, indemnify, defend, protect and save Landlord, and the directors, officers, shareholders, agents, employees and contractors of Landlord, harmless from and against any and all claims, demands, expenses, losses, suits and damages as suffered directly or from a third-party claim arising out of or related to any Hazardous Materials introduced by Tenant or any Tenant Responsible Parties into the Premises or Building.
If any Hazardous Material is released, discharged or disposed of by Tenant or Tenant Responsible Parties, on or about the Property in violation of Section 8, Tenant shall immediately, properly and in compliance with all applicable laws clean up and remove the Hazardous Material from the Property and any other affected property and clean or replace any affected personal property (whether or not owned by Landlord), at Tenants expense (without limiting Landlords other remedies therefore).
The parties acknowledge that Tenant or one or more Tenant Responsible Parties have been in possession or control of the Leased Parcel prior to Effective Date and that under no circumstances whatsoever shall Landlord have any liability to Tenant on account of any condition existing on or about the Leased Parcel on the Effective Date or otherwise existing due to the act or omission of Tenant or any Tenant Responsible Parties.
Also for purposes hereof, commercially reasonable efforts shall include, without limitation, commercially reasonable efforts, upon receiving notice of any such action to oppose any application on the part of any Tenant Responsible Parties, to obtain injunctive relief, and, in the case of a subtenant, exercising remedies against the subtenant under its sublease.