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Duty to Inform Lessor
Duty to Inform Lessor contract clause examples

Duty to Inform Lessor. If Lessee knows, or has reasonable cause to believe, that a Hazardous Substance has come to be located in, on, under or about the Premises, other than as previously consented to by Lessor, Lessee shall immediately give written notice of such fact to Lessor, and provide Lessor with a copy of any report, notice, claim or other documentation which it has concerning the presence of such Hazardous Substance.

Duty to Inform Lessor. If Lessee knows, or has reasonable cause to believe, that a Hazardous Substance has come to be located in, on, under or about the Premises, other than as previously consented to by Lessor, Lessee shall promptly give written notice of such fact to Lessor, and provide Lessor with a copy of any report, notice, claim or other documentation which it has concerning the presence of such Hazardous Substance.

Duty to Inform Lessor. If Lessee knows, or has reasonable cause to believe, that a Hazardous Substance has come to be located in, on, under or about the Premises, other than as previously consented to by Lessor, Lessee shall immediately give written notice of such fact to Lessor, and provide Lessor with a copy of any report, notice, claim or other documentation which it has concerning the presence of such Hazardous Substance.

Duty to Inform Landlord. If Tenant knows, or has reasonable cause to believe, that a Hazardous Substance has come to be located in, on, under or about the Premises in violation of Applicable Requirements, Tenant shall immediately give written notice of such fact to Landlord, and provide Landlord with a copy of any report, notice, claim or other documentation which it has concerning the presence of such Hazardous Substance.

Lessor. Lessor shall maintain # fire and extended coverage insurance, including vandalism and malicious mischief, on the office building, and # comprehensive general liability insurance. The amounts shall be as required by Lessor's mortgagee or as Lessor may deem reasonably appropriate, whichever is greater. Lessor shall have no responsibility to maintain fire and extended coverage insurance on Lessee's contents. The portion of Lessor's insurance premiums reasonably due to Lessee's acts or omissions or Lessee's special use, improvements, or tenant finish-out (over and above Lessee's normal use as contemplated in paragraph 1.1(a)) shall be paid for by Lessee.

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Each Indemnified Party acknowledges its duty to mitigate damages under applicable Law and hereby agrees to take, and cause its Affiliates to take, all commercially reasonable steps to mitigate any Loss to the extent required by applicable Law upon becoming aware of any event or circumstance that would be reasonably expected to, or does, give rise thereto.

Duty to Cooperate. Employee agrees to provide assistance to Employer to assure a smooth and orderly transition and transfer of work and responsibilities. Employee agrees to fully cooperate with Employer and its attorneys, auditors and consultants following the Separation Date; to provide prompt, truthful, and complete information in relation to any inquiry by Employer or its attorney and in connection with any matter, litigation or other proceeding arising out of or relating to matters of which Employee was involved prior to the termination of Employee’s employment. Employee’s cooperation shall include, without limitation, providing assistance to Employer’s counsel, experts and consultants, and providing truthful testimony in pretrial and trial or hearing proceedings. Employer agrees to timely pay all reasonable expenses incurred by Employee, including, but not limited to, transportation costs, lodging costs, and lost wages.

Duty to Mitigate. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, if an Event of Default occurs and Landlord shall seek to exercise its remedies, Landlord shall use commercially reasonable efforts to mitigate any damages caused by such Event of Default, such efforts to include using commercially reasonable efforts to re-let the Premises.

DUTY TO DEFEND. Tenant’s duty to defend Landlord Parties is separate and independent of Tenant’s duty to Indemnify Landlord Parties. Tenant’s duty to defend includes Claims for which Landlord Parties may be liable without fault or may be strictly liable. Tenant’s duty to defend applies regardless of whether the issues of negligence, liability, fault, default or other obligation on the part of Tenant Parties have been determined. Tenant’s duty to defend applies immediately, regardless of whether Landlord Parties have paid any sums or incurred any detriment arising out of or relating, directly or indirectly, to any Claims. It is the express intention of Landlord and Tenant that Landlord Parties will be entitled to obtain summary adjudication regarding Tenant’s duty to defend Landlord Parties at any stage of any Claim within the scope of this Article 18.

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