Landlord Uses in Bad Checks Clause

Bad Checks from Lease

THIS LEASE (Lease) is made as of this 29th day of June, 2005, and is effective as of May 7, 2005, between AMSDELL AND AMSDELL, an Ohio general partnership (Landlord) and U-Store-It, L.P., a Delaware Limited Partnership (Tenant).

Bad Checks. In the event that any of Tenants checks payable to Landlord shall be returned for insufficient funds, Landlord shall have the right to demand from Tenant that all future payments of Fixed Minimum Rent and any other charges be made by certified or bank check or money order, and Landlord shall not be required to accept any check from Tenant which does not so conform.

Bad Checks from Lease

THIS LEASE (Lease) is made as of this 29th day of June, 2005, and is effective as of May 1, 2005, between AMSDELL AND AMSDELL, an Ohio general partnership (Landlord) and U-Store-lt, L.P., a Delaware Limited Partnership (Tenant).

Bad Checks. In the event that any of Tenants checks payable to Landlord shall be returned for insufficient funds, Landlord shall have the right to demand from Tenant that all future payments of Fixed Minimum Rent and any other charges be made by certified or bank check or money order, and Landlord shall not be required to accept any check from Tenant which does not so conform.