Term of the Lease definition

Term of the Lease means the length of time which the lease has to run from the date when the premium is received, and is in the case where the premium is received for or in connection with the surrender of a lease, the length of time which the lease would have had to run at the date of such receipt if it had not been surrendered:
Term of the Lease means the length of time which the lease has to run from the date when the premium is received, and is in the case where the premium is received for or in connection with the surrender of a lease, the length of time which the lease would have had to run at the date of such receipt if it had not been surrendered: Provided that, in the case of a perpetual lease to which this Division applies, that length of time shall be deemed to be one hundred years. (2) Where a lease is sold together with other assets, the amount of the consideration attributable to the lease shall, subject to subsection (2) of Section twenty‑seven, and to subsection (3) of section sixty‑two of this Act, be —
Term of the Lease means the time during which the Lease Agreement is in effect, as provided in Section 4.2 thereof.

Examples of Term of the Lease in a sentence

At other times during the Term of the Lease, Tenant may also add new programs and services upon reasonable notice to Landlord, and Landlord's consent shall not be required provided that such new programs and services are of a general recreational nature and satisfy the foregoing intent of the parties.

The Term of the Lease expires on , 20 , unless the Lease is sooner terminated in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Lease.

Licensor warrants to Licensee that the Program(s) will perform in all material respects as specified in the Manual applicable to the Program(s) for the longer of ninety (90) days from the Effective Date of the Program(s), the License Term of the Lease License, or for the period during which Licensee has purchased TECS for the Paid-Up License.

The Initial Term of the Lease shall be the number of years referenced on the Lease Cover Sheet.

Tenant shall pay to Landlord throughout the Term of the Lease, the Minimum Monthly Rental in advance, on or before the first day of each month, as provided in the chart below.


More Definitions of Term of the Lease

Term of the Lease means the time during which the Lease is in effect, as provided in the Lease.
Term of the Lease means a term of twenty (20) years starting at the Commencement Date until and including the last day of the Lease (Section 5 of the Lease);
Term of the Lease means the Term of the Lease defined in Clause 3 hereof; and
Term of the Lease means the Term of the Lease defined in Clause 3.1 hereof;
Term of the Lease means the period of time for which the Contract is concluded and which begins at the Commencement of the Lease and ends at the end of a contractual period stipulated in the Contract.
Term of the Lease means the term of years created by the Lease and includes any period of holding over or extension or continuation of that term of years whether by statute or at common law,
Term of the Lease means the time during which the lessee is entitled to retain possession of the leased goods;