demised premises

demised premises

The property leased. See demise.

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An one time notice is served by affixation without inquiry, following a refusal to accept service at the demised premises with no apparent distinction between an individual, company or establishment.
* Confirm the area of the demised premises. (Comparisons of any market rental data involving a space lease should be analyzed on a consistent unit of measurement.)
class="MsoNormalThe arbitration court was also told the company or their financiers took unfair advantage hellipand practiced deception on the farmers who signed leases by taking leases over premises defined as measuring 40 metres by 40 metres and then registering legal charges securing repayment of bank loans amounting to $108 million over the whole title of the property owned by the farmers over and above the demised premises.
According to the possession notice which appeared on Wednesday, Commercial Rent Bailiffs Limited "entered these demised premises and have served notice and the forfeiture of lease effected".
The form of lease used by office building owners often has a provision stating that the tenant will, at its own expense, comply with laws, rules and ordinances affecting the demised premises.
Second Avenue, Miami, Florida (see attached location map included with Attachment A), hereinafter referred to as the "Demised Premises," as legally described in Attachment A.
* In causing Art Buff to be severed from the amusement arcade, Dreamland was in breach of a covenant in the lease: "Not without the consent in writing of the Lessor to cut maim or injure any of the walls or timbers of the demised premises...".
"Residence" or "Property" may be easier for a layperson to relate to than "Demised Premises" or "Residual Estate." Following that theme, using plain language in definitions can also assist the trier of fact.
AFOR the purposes of CRAR, rent means the amount payable under a lease for the possession and use of the demised premises, and does not include any sum in respect of rates, council tax, services, repairs, maintenance, insurance or other ancillary matters (whether or not called rent in the lease).
Many leases will contain the right to use a car parking space allocated to the flat rather than a parking space being included in the demised premises. This is intended to specifically avoid situations where the tenant may assign his garage, or parking space, separately to a third party who may not even live on the development, as this can cause substantial technical legal issues as there will be no legally binding relationship between the landlord of the development and the person who acquires the parking space.
The lease further provided that tenant indemnified 601 Eighth against all claims for personal injury arising "upon or about the demised premises, the building including any basement or storage area, or on the sidewalk adjoining the demised premises, except such claims as may be the result of the negligence or acts of the Owner, its agents, employees or contractors."
* They are allowed to remain in the demised premises even after expiry of the original term until they wish to vacate or until the landlord can show one of the statutory grounds for termination;