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Change Orders. Any material change in the details of a Work Plan or the assumptions upon which a Work Plan is based may require changes in the fees and/or timelines and will require a written amendment to the relevant Work Plan (a “Change Order”). Each Change Order will be generated by Hovione and will detail the requested changes to the applicable task, responsibility, duty, fees, timelines or other matters. When written approval of the Change Order is received from Customer, the change in the Work Plan will be made and the Services will be modified accordingly.

C.Change Orders. After the Final Plans and Specifications are prepared and approved or deemed approved by Lessee, any changes requested thereto by Lessee shall be submitted to Lessor in writing in the form of sufficient detail to allow Lessor's architect and engineer to prepare revised construction drawings and specifications thereof (a "Change Request"). Thereupon, Lessor may stop or delay any work that would be affected by the change and the Construction Completion Date will be extended by the time delay resulting therefrom. Lessor shall promptly price the costs effect of Lessee's requested changes, and the estimated dollar impact on the Construction Cost Estimate (including collateral cost impact on soft-cost items), and shall submit the added cost estimate to Lessee together with the amount of delay in Substantial Completion that will be caused thereby with respect to the Construction Completion Date (a "Change Impact Notice"), but it is agreed that the time delay in Substantial Completion resulting from such change shall be Lessee Delay for purposes hereof to the extent set forth in the approved Change Impact Notice. Lessee shall notify Lessor in writing of its election to proceed with the change within five (5) days after receipt of Lessor's Change Impact Notice, or Lessor may presume Lessee is withdrawing the Change Request. If Lessee timely notifies Lessor that it desires to proceed with the Change Request, Lessor shall make the appropriate changes to the Final Plans and Specifications, and the Construction Cost Estimate will be deemed revised in accordance with Lessor's Change Impact Notice, and Lessee will, within three (3) business days thereafter, either (i) fund the cost of the change in advance out of its own funds, or Lessor may thereafter refuse to make the requested change, or (ii) waive the requirement for the changes called for in the Change Request. Lessee shall be deemed to have elected option (ii) if it fails to timely give notice of election.

D.5 Change Orders. Tenant may, from time to time, by written order to Landlord on a form specified by Landlord (each, a “Tenant Improvements Change Order” or “Change Order”), request a change in the Tenant Improvements shown on the Plans. Landlord shall cause the Tenant Improvements to be performed in accordance with such Tenant Improvements Change Order after approval thereof by Landlord. The Plans shall not be modified in any material respect except with Landlord’s prior written approval; and all modifications to the Plans, whether material or not, shall be made only by Tenant Improvements Change Order submitted to and approved by Landlord. Tenant shall be responsible for all additional costs arising from any Tenant Improvements Change Order as provided in Paragraph D.4 above and shall pay such Excess Tenant Work Costs to Landlord as provided in Paragraph D.4 above.

Change Orders. Customer may request to change a Purchase Order pursuant to Exhibit J, which changes may include the expansion or reduction of the scope of such Purchase Order, at any time by issuing to SSN a request for change order in the form attached as Attachment 1 to Exhibit J (each, a “Change Order”). If the requested Change Order results in no change in the cost of performance or time for delivery of the Equipment ordered therein, then SSN shall agree to such Change Order and perform in accordance therewith. If the requested Change Order results in either an increase or decrease to the cost of performance or a shortening or expansion of the time for delivery of the Equipment ordered therein, then SSN shall, ***, provide to Customer its good faith estimate, together with reasonable supporting documentation, of an equitable adjustment to

Change Orders. Customer may request to change a Purchase Order pursuant to Exhibit J, which changes may include the expansion or reduction of the scope of such Purchase Order, at any time by issuing to SSN a request for change order in the form attached as Attachment 1 to Exhibit J (each, a “Change Order”). If the requested Change Order results in no change in the cost of performance or time for delivery of the Equipment ordered therein, then SSN shall agree to such Change Order and perform in accordance therewith. If the requested Change Order results in either an increase or decrease to the cost of performance or a shortening or expansion of the time for delivery of the Equipment ordered therein, then SSN shall, ***, provide to Customer its good faith estimate, together with reasonable supporting documentation, of an equitable adjustment to the price set forth in the Purchase Order in connection therewith. Customer shall have the right to dispute any price adjustment proposed by SSN. No Change Order will be effective until signed by or on behalf of each Party and, if applicable, in accordance with Section 21.13.

Change Orders. Upon Landlord’s receipt of the District’s Acceptance, or the District’s approval of any requested change by Landlord to the Final Plans and Specifications, such Proposed Change shall be deemed a “Change Order” and, if applicable, Landlord shall direct the Project Architect to promptly revise the Final Plans

Change Orders. Lessee shall make no changes or modifications to the Approved Working Drawings without Lessor’s prior written consent, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if any proposed change order has a reasonable value of $10,000 or less on a non-cumulative basis and does not involve structural, mechanical, electrical or plumbing systems of the Building (“SMEP Systems”), then Lessor’s consent shall not be required. If any proposed change order has a reasonable value of more than $10,000 and does not involve SMEP systems, then Lessor shall reasonably approve or disapprove of such change order within five (5) business days of receipt of the change order; provided, however, Lessor’s failure to reasonably disapprove the change order by written notice to Lessee within said five (5) business day period shall be deemed to constitute Lessor’s approval of such change order (but only such change order). If any proposed change order has a reasonable value of more than $10,000 and involves SMEP systems, then Lessor shall reasonably approve or disapprove of such change order within seven (7) business days of receipt of the change order; provided, however, Lessor’s failure to reasonably disapprove the change order by written notice to Lessee within said seven (7) business day period shall be deemed to constitute Lessor’s approval of such change order (but only such change order). For the purposes of this Section 3.6, change orders shall only be deemed approved if Lessee if Lessee has a written record reflecting Lessor’s receipt of the relevant change order, which shall be provided to Lessor at its reasonable request.

Change Orders. If Corcept requests any changes to the Services being performed or to be performed under a Project, Optime shall prepare an amended Task Order reflecting such changes, [****]. Upon Corcept’s written approval of the amended Task Order, such Task Order shall amend and restate the original Task Order and shall be incorporated herein, and Optime shall perform the Project in accordance with such amended Task Order. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, to the extent that changes to the Services requested by Corcept consist of a reduction in the Services to be performed for a particular Project, at Corcept’s request and prior to Corcept’s written approval of an amended Task Order, Optime shall immediately perform only such reduced Services and the Parties shall negotiate in good faith a reduction to the compensation schedule and an amended Task Order reflecting such change as soon as practicable.

Change Orders . All material changes to the Approved Plans requested by Tenant must be approved by Landlord in advance of the implementation of such changes as part of the Tenant Improvements, which approval shall not be unreasonably conditioned or withheld and shall be delivered as soon as reasonably possible.

B.4 Change Orders. Tenant may, from time to time, by written order to Landlord on a form specified by Landlord (each, a “Change Order”), request a change in the Delivery Condition Work shown on the Space Plan. Landlord shall cause the Delivery Condition Work to be performed in accordance with such Change Order after approval thereof by Landlord. The Space Plan shall not be modified in any material respect except with Landlord’s prior written approval; and all modifications thereto, whether material or not, shall be made only by Change Order submitted to and approved by Landlord. Tenant shall be responsible for all of the net incremental additional costs arising from any Change Order and all costs of delays due to any Change Order, as provided in Paragraph B.3 above and shall pay such Excess Tenant Work Costs to Landlord as provided in Paragraph B.3 above. Any delay in the completion of the Delivery Condition Work due to a Change Order shall constitute a Tenant Delay.

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