Term Expiration Date means, in respect of an Item of Equipment, the date that is specified as the Lease Expiry Date in Schedule I to the Additional Agreement and the Sublease Supplement for such Item of Equipment.
Notwithstanding the forgoing, your employment under this Agreement may be terminated at any time before or after the Initial Term Expiration Date or during any Additional Term, in accordance with Section 5 below.
No act or conduct of Landlord, including, without limitation, the acceptance of keys to the Leased Premises, shall constitute an acceptance of the surrender of the Leased Premises by Tenant before the scheduled Term Expiration Date.
Any of Tenant's Property on the Premises prior to the Term Expiration Date shall be removed by Tenant at Tenant's cost and expense, and Tenant shall, at its cost and expense, repair any damage to the Premises or the Building caused by such removal, all on or before the Term Expiration Date.
Following the Base Term Expiration Date, when all Secured Obligations have been indefeasibly satisfied in full, any remaining Cash Collateral that has not been withdrawn and applied against the Secured Obligations shall revert to LRC as provided in subparagraph 9(F), whereupon LRC may require BTMUCLF to withdraw such remaining Cash Collateral then maintained pursuant to this Agreement and promptly transfer such remaining Cash Collateral to LRC.
Unless and until Lessee has exercised the Early Termination Option or the Purchase Option, no sublease may have a term that extends beyond the Base Term Expiration Date.