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Landlord Delay
Landlord Delay contract clause examples

Landlord Delay” is defined in Section 17 hereof.

A "Landlord Delay" shall mean only an actual delay resulting from (i) the failure of the Contractor to act within the time limits set forth in the Project Schedule or this Tenant Work Letter to the extent Landlord fails to reasonably cooperate with Tenant's efforts enforce such obligations under the Construction Contract; (ii) the failure of Landlord to provide any required authorizations or approvals within the time periods set forth in this Tenant Work Letter; (iii) the failure of Landlord to timely approve or disapprove any proposed Final Space Plan or proposed Final Working Drawings, (iii) delays due to the acts or failures to act of Landlord or Landlord Parties with respect to payment of the Tenant Improvement Allowance (or any Over-Allowance amount deposited with Landlord) and any cessation of work as a result thereof, (iv) a violation by Landlord of any of its obligations under the Lease or this Tenant Work Letter; (v) the issuance of a stop work order by any governmental authority (but only to the extent caused for reasons within Landlord’s reasonable control and not caused by an act or omission of Tenant, or any of the Tenant's Agents); (vi) any act or omission by Landlord or any of the Landlord's Agents that causes Landlord to be in default under the Construction Contract (and which was not caused by a Tenant Delay); or (vii) Landlord's denial of Tenant access to the Premises during the Premises Fit-Out Period (as defined in Section 6.1, below) for more than ten (10) consecutive full days. Except for delays where there is an express notice or response period under this Tenant Work Letter or this Lease, no Landlord Delay shall be deemed to have occurred unless Tenant has given Landlord written notice, promptly following Tenant's actual knowledge thereof, that an act or omission on the part of Landlord or its agents, employees or contractors has occurred which will cause such a delay and Landlord fails to cure such delay within two (2) business days after receipt of such notice.

The term “Landlord Delay” as used in this Work Letter shall mean any actual delays in the substantial completion of Tenant’s Work caused by: (i) Landlord’s failure to fully and timely comply with the deadlines expressly set forth in this Work Letter unless such failure to fully and timely comply is the result of a Tenant Delay, (ii) Landlord’s failure to provide reasonable access to the Premises, the loading docks, the service elevators and other areas in connection with Tenant’s performance of the Tenant Work so long as Tenant has otherwise complied with the terms and conditions of this Lease relating to such access, (iii) Landlord’s failure to fund the Tenant’s Work Allowance as expressly set forth in this Work Letter provided that Tenant has otherwise satisfied all of the obligations related to such disbursement, and (iv) any other actual delay to the extent resulting solely from the wrongful acts or omissions of Landlord or its agents, employees or contractors and Landlord fails to cure such delay within one (1) Business Day after receipt of written notice of such delay.

Landlord Delay: Any of the following types of delay in the completion of construction of Tenant’s Work (if any), but in each instance only to the extent that any of the following has actually and proximately caused substantial completion of Tenant’s Work to be delayed beyond the later of February 7, 2007 or the date by which the applicable Tenant’s Work would have been completed but for such delay:

"Landlord Delay" shall mean the number of calendar days of delay occurring after Substantial Completion of the Base Building Improvements which causes Tenant to be unable to complete the Tenant Improvements on or before the date that is six months after the Substantial Completion Date and which results from a delay occurring as the direct result of: (i) Landlord’s failure to approve any matter requiring Landlord’s approval in violation of the requirements of Section 3.2 or Section 3.4 Exhibit B pertaining to such approval or (ii) material and unreasonable interference by Landlord or of any of Landlord’s employees, contractors or agents with the construction of the Tenant Improvements. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no Landlord Delay shall occur unless Tenant notifies Landlord in writing within ten (10) Business Days after the event giving rise to such Landlord Delay occurs, specifying in detail the conduct giving rise to such Landlord Delay.

Landlord Delay: Any of the following types of delay in the completion of construction of Tenant’s Work (if any), but in each instance only to the extent that any of the following has actually and proximately caused substantial completion of Tenant’s Work to be delayed beyond the later of February 7, 2007 or the date by which the applicable Tenant’s Work would have been completed but for such delay:

Landlord Delay. For the purposes of this Exhibit 3.1.1, a “Landlord Delay” shall occur if (i) Landlord has been provided with any and all information reasonably required for Landlord to approve or comment upon the Construction Documents, the Schematic Design Documents, and Specifications and/or Final Plans for Permitting within the timeframe(s) set forth in this Exhibit 3.1.1, (ii) Landlord fails to respond within the timeframe(s) set forth in Section 1, above, (iii) Landlord fails to remedy such non-compliance within two (2) business days of delivery of Tenant’s notice of such failure, and (iv) Tenant is actually delayed in the performance of the Finish Work as a result of such failure by Landlord. The length of any Landlord Delay shall be the actual number of days that the Finish Work is delayed in the Premises following notice of the Landlord Delay by Tenant to Landlord. Tenant’s sole remedy for any Landlord Delay shall be an extension of the Outside Requisition Date on a day-for-day basis for each day that the Finish Work is so delayed.

Landlord Delay. A “Landlord Delay” shall mean: (a) Landlord’s failure to respond, notify or take any action otherwise required under this Work Exhibit within the time periods set forth herein, or (b) any delay beyond the Outside Delivery Date in the Substantial Completion of the Tenant Improvements directly resulting or arising from or in connection with any (i) Landlord Change Order (other than a Landlord Change order

Landlord Delay. If Landlord is unable to Substantially Complete the Replacement Premises Leasehold Improvements and deliver possession of the Premises to Tenant within one (1) month following the Replacement Premises Target Delivery Date as a result of delays resulting from causes solely within Landlord's control, Tenant shall receive a per diem credit of Annual Base Rent for each day that the Replacement Premises Commencement Date is delayed beyond the such one (1) ­ month period solely as a result of such Landlord's delay.

A "Landlord Delay" shall mean only an actual failure of the Base Building Contractor or the TI Contractor to meet the Project Schedule resulting from (i) the failure of the Base Building Architect or either Contractor to act within the time limits set forth in the Project Schedule or this Tenant Work Letter to the extent Landlord fails to reasonably cooperate with Tenant's efforts to enforce such obligations under the BB Construction Contract or the TI Construction Contract, as applicable; (ii) the failure of Landlord to provide any Landlord Change Order Response, or any other Landlord response, authorization or approval required under this Tenant Work Letter

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