Untenantable definition

Untenantable means that Tenant shall be unable to occupy and shall not be occupying the Premises or the applicable portion thereof for the conduct of business ordinarily conducted in the Premises as a result of the Casualty.
Untenantable means inaccessible or unusable for the normal conduct of Tenant’s (or any of its subtenant’s) business in a manner which is consistent with Tenant’s (or such subtenant’s) use prior to the occurrence of the casualty in question and Tenant ceases the operation of its business within the Premises (or the portion thereof deemed “untenantable”, as the case may be) other than to the limited extent of Tenant’s security personnel for the preservation of Tenant’s property, Tenant’s insurance adjusters, and/or a minimal number of Tenant’s employees for file retrieval, planning of temporary relocation and other disaster recovery functions (collectively, “Disaster Functions”). In the event that a portion of any floor of the Premises is rendered untenantable and in Tenant’s good faith judgment Tenant cannot use the tenantable portion of such floor for the conduct of Tenant’s (or any of its subtenant’s) business in a manner which is consistent with Tenant’s (or such subtenant’s) use prior to the occurrence of such casualty and Tenant (or such subtenant) ceases the operation of its business within the entire floor (except for Disaster Functions), such entire floor shall be deemed to be untenantable. In the event that a portion of the Premises is rendered untenantable and in Tenant’s good faith judgment Tenant cannot use the tenantable portion of the Premises for the conduct of Tenant’s business in a manner which is consistent with Tenant’s use prior to the occurrence of such casualty and Tenant ceases the operation of its business within the entire Premises (except for Disaster Functions), the entire Premises shall be deemed to be untenantable.

Examples of Untenantable in a sentence

If, as a result of such damage to the Building or to the core and shell of the Premises or Building Systems serving the Premises, the Premises are rendered Untenantable, the Fixed Annual Rent and Recurring Additional Rent shall abate in proportion to the portion of the Premises not usable by Tenant from the date of such fire or other casualty until Landlord’s Restoration Work is substantially completed.


More Definitions of Untenantable

Untenantable means the extent to which Tenant is actually unable to use any or all of the Premises in the normal course of its business.
Untenantable means the Premises is in a condition not reasonably usable or accessible by Tenant or its employees for the conduct of business, and includes, but is not limited to, the unavailability of any Essential Service to the Premises. If the foregoing conditions for rent abatement are met with respect to a failure of an Essential Service that continues for a period of one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days, Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease within ten (10) days of the expiration of such one hundred eighty (180) day period, as long as Landlord does not restore the service in question within such ten (10) day period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, during any rent abatement period under this Lease, Tenant shall pay Landlord as Rent Landlord’s normal charges for all services and utilities provided to and used by Tenant during the period of the rent abatement.
Untenantable means reasonably incapable of being accessed or occupied for its intended use due to damage to the Premises or Building. Notwithstanding anything contained to the contrary in this Section 17, neither the Premises nor any portion of the Premises shall be deemed untenantable if Landlord is not required to repair or restore same (or if Landlord is required to repair or restore same, then following such time as Landlord has substantially completed the repair and restoration work required to be performed by Landlord under this Section 17), or if Tenant continues to actually occupy the subject portion of the Premises for the conduct of its business.
Untenantable means that the Premises are reasonably incapable for use and occupancy by Tenant for the Permitted Use.
Untenantable means the condition whereby Tenant’s use of the relevant portion of the Leased Premises for normal business purposes is materially interfered with or interrupted, and includes any time when, as a result of services that are required to be provided by Landlord not being provided by Landlord, (i) either of Tenant’s telephone or computer systems is not functioning such that the telephone or computer systems in such portion of the Leased Premises can reasonably be utilized for normal business purposes or (ii) Tenant does not have access to such portion of the Leased Premises through the Project.
Untenantable when used with respect to the Premises, or any portion thereof, shall mean that the Premises, or such portion thereof, is not capable of being occupied by Tenant (or any Tenant Party) for the purposes demised hereunder (and, accordingly, that the Premises, or such portion thereof, is not being occupied by Tenant (or any Tenant Party) for the purposes demised hereunder); and "TENANTABLE", when used with respect to the Premises, or any portion thereof, shall mean that the Premises, or such portion thereof, are not untenantable.
Untenantable means a condition whereby Tenant is not reasonably able to use the Premises or a portion thereof for the conduct of its business in accordance with its customary practices, provided that it shall be an express condition to untenantability that Tenant does in fact not use the portion of the Premises purported to be untenantable for the conduct of its business (provided, that, entering such portion of the Premises for the purpose of retrieving documents or other personal property or otherwise in connection with the relocation of Tenant's operations therein to other space shall not be deemed to constitute use of such space for the purposes of this paragraph).