prohibitions or restrictions on disposing of this lease

The information in this section applies only to prescribed clauses leases granted on or after 19 June 2006. means the risks covered by a commercial "all risks", or on a Redevelopment, "all risks and works", property insurance policy including: means any underlease which is not an Occupational Underlease, means any form of joint venture vehicle, whether a limited company, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, unit trust or otherwise in which the Tenant or a group undertaking of the Tenant has at least an Equal Interest, means the obligations covenants and conditions to be complied with by the landlord of this Lease, means the Company Secretary of the Landlord from time to time, means any properly qualified person appointed by the Landlord from time to time as its surveyor, including any surveyor employed by the Landlord or, means the policy covering latent defects in the Demised Premises that the Tenant has taken out (in respect of the Initial Development) with Allianz Global Corporate & Speciality or such other insurer(s) notified to the Landlord in writing. Use clause LR13 to make an application for the registration of a standard restriction. General Inspections shall note any deterioration in the buildings and structures on the Demised Premises and the condition of the Critical Support Structures or visible development of any wants of repair in the aforementioned areas. If the new lease being granted is an extension of an existing lease, a declaration is required in LR4 along the following lines: “This lease takes effect subject to but with the benefit of the existing lease dated ……”. 8.1 Without prejudice to the Landlord's obligations to make good physical damage where otherwise provided for by the terms of this Lease, the Landlord shall not be liable by way of indemnity or otherwise in respect of any loss (including consequential economic loss) damage or delay to the Tenant, its employees contractors, agents or sub-contractors or any other person resulting from: (a) any approval by the Landlord of the Critical Works or any documentation in connection with any Critical Works (save where such loss arises as a result of negligence or wilful default of the Landlord's obligations in this Lease, however, for the avoidance of doubt the Landlord will not be liable, in respect of this clause 8.1(a), in respect of any negligence where the matter resulting in the loss ought reasonably to have been independently verified by the Tenant); (b) any stoppage of the Critical Works as a consequence of the Landlord exercising its rights under and in accordance with the provisions of this Lease; or. HM Land Registry can make limited amendments to correct clerical errors either before or after registration is completed. On completion of the registration, the Tenant is to provide official copies of the new title to the Landlord showing the Tenant registered as proprietor together with a copy of the title plan, 20.2 Registration of rights and reservations, As soon as reasonably practicable after the date of this Lease, the Tenant named in the Particulars is to apply to the Land Registry to note the burden of the rights granted by clause 3.1 and to note the benefit of the rights reserved by clause 3.3 on the title number(s) set out in clauses LR2.1 and LR2.2 of the Land Registry Particulars, If, as a result of the assignment of this Lease, this Lease becomes registrable at the Land Registry or the Lease has already been so registered, the Tenant is to apply to the Land Registry to be registered as the proprietor of this Lease and, on completion of that registration, is to provide the Landlord with official copies of the title showing the Tenant as the registered proprietor of this Lease, At the end of the Term, the Tenant is to return the original Lease to the Landlord and use all reasonable endeavours to assist the Landlord in removing any notice of the Lease and the rights granted and reserved by it from the Landlord's title to the Premises if that title has by then become registered at the Land Registry, The Landlord will not be liable to the Tenant for any failure by the Tenant to register this Lease at the Land Registry or to register or note any of the rights granted or reserved by this Lease at the Land Registry either by notice or by way of caution against first registration, whichever is appropriate. (c) The conditions set out in clause 11.2 and the circumstances set out in clause 11.3 shall not apply in relation to the Tenant granting a lease of whole or substantially the whole of the Demised Premises to a s237 Assignee or a s237 Assignee (once Tenant or subtenant) granting a s237 Lease. Rule 58A(4) of the Land Registration Rules 2003 defines a ‘front sheet’ as “a front cover sheet, or a contents sheet if it is at the lease’s beginning, or a front cover sheet and contents sheet where the contents sheet is immediately after the front cover sheet, and a ‘contents sheet’ means a contents sheet or index sheet (in each case, however described) or both”. Complete clause LR9.1 with details of any contractual rights in favour of the tenant to either: If any rights or options in favour of the tenant affect title numbers other than the landlord’s title mentioned in clause LR2.1, HM Land Registry is only obliged to make an entry of the interest where you list these additional title(s) in clause LR2.2 (rule 72A(4)(a) of the Land Registration Rules 2003). (u) no requirement for the Landlord or (where clause 16.4 applies) the Operator to act reasonably or not unreasonably to withhold a consent acceptance or approval, nor any stipulation that a conclusion or decision by the Landlord or the Operator is to be reached on a reasonable basis, shall diminish the Landlord or the Operator (as relevant) having absolute discretion: (i) in relation to matters relating to safety; and/or, (ii) where the Landlord or the Operator (as relevant) has to comply with a statutory obligation; and/or, (iii) where the relevant matter relates to the operation of the Railway Undertaking or the Railway Assets and Premises, and where the Landlord or the Operator (as relevant) has absolute discretion under (i), (ii) and (iii) above or where the decision of the Landlord or the Operator (as relevant) is said to be final the Landlord covenants to (or where the Landlord and the Operator are separate entities the Landlord covenants to procure that the Operator will) exercise such discretion or make such decision in a proper manner, without seeking to obtain a commercial advantage and by reference to its statutory duties and shall provide proper reasons for its decisions. If the Tenant receives any notice, order, proposal, requisition, direction or other communication from any Authority or third party affecting or likely to affect the Railway Undertaking, the Railway Assets and Premises or passengers or public the Tenant is to: (a) provide immediately a copy of the notice, proposal, requisition, direction or communication to the Landlord and, (b) without prejudice to clause 8.1, at the request and cost of the Landlord, make or join in with the Landlord in making any representations or objections in respect of these matters as the Landlord may properly require. The provisions of this clause do not apply to any Outgoings arising from: (a) any dealing by the Landlord with its interest in the Demised Premises (including the grant of a lease which is overriding in nature to this Lease and/or a leaseback to the Landlord) ; or. 2.3 The forms of any proposed Building Contracts and any Appointments are: (a) to be approved by the Landlord (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed), (b) to be on market standard terms (subject to requiring the relevant contractor or consultant appointed under them to comply with LUL Standards and the provisions of this schedule), (d) to require that the consultant or contractor (as the case may be) is to maintain professional indemnity insurance and such other insurances for a duration and at a level required by the Landlord (acting reasonably), and the Tenant shall provide to the Landlord a copy of each Appointment and Building Contract certified as a true copy (save that any financial information may be redacted) within five Business Days of it being entered into, 2.4 The Tenant is to procure that any contractor or consultant undertaking or providing services in respect of any Critical Works or part thereof shall before the commencement of the Critical Works or relevant part of them enter into a collateral warranty with the Landlord in such form as the Landlord acting reasonably shall require (or such other equivalent form of security acceptable to the Landlord acting reasonably to reflect current market practice from time to time) and if reasonably required by the Landlord shall provide a parent company guarantee, in each case in such form as may be approved in writing by the Landlord (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed). If the Engineer suggests that further investigations are required, the Landlord shall arrange at the Tenant's cost for such further investigations as are necessary. the Landlord may install signage or equipment in the Tenant Signage Area, provided that such signage or equipment: (a) is necessary for the security of the Station or the safety and security of the general public and that no signage or other equipment dealing with the same or similar matter or matters has been installed by the Tenant in the Tenant Signage Area; (b) does not in any way obstruct or obscure any Tenant Signage; (c) is installed in a location within the Tenant Signage Area which is agreed to by the Tenant (acting reasonably); and. Restrictive covenants given in this lease by the Landlord in respect of land other than the Property LR11. In such circumstances the Tenant shall relocate its reception or other relevant facilities elsewhere in the Demised Premises and the Landlord will take reasonable endeavours to minimise the period in which the Lobby Area is thereby rendered, unusable by the Tenant provided that nothing contained in this Lease shall require the Landlord to replace the Station Box if it has been removed and if the Landlord does not replace the Station Box the Tenant shall have the right to install appropriate replacement structures to support the Lobby Area and such works shall be deemed to be Critical Works. The Tenant is to procure that such person (or any alternate appointed and approved in accordance with this paragraph 4.3) shall be available on site during the contractor's normal working hours and shall be available by telephone 24 hours a day throughout the duration of the Critical Works, 4.4 In the event the Landlord has material problems communicating with and/or receiving co- operation from the Tenant's Railway Representative as a result of the Tenant's Railway Representative's default (where the Landlord is entitled to such communication and/or co- operation pursuant to this schedule) the Landlord shall be entitled (after consultation with the Tenant) to require that the Tenant replace the Tenant's Railway Representative, 4.5 The Tenant is to make available or procure the availability for inspection by the Engineer at all reasonable times copies of all registers, forms and certificates that the Tenant, its contractors, agents or sub-contractors are obliged to hold or maintain by virtue of any Legislation in respect of any scaffold, material, machinery, plant or equipment, equipment or operation used in connection with any Critical Works, 4.6 The Engineer shall be entitled at all reasonable times to inspect the Critical Works and (subject to making good any damage caused) to test and take samples of materials and workmanship and may give instructions in respect of the carrying out of the Critical Works to the Tenant's Railway Representative or (where the Engineer has reasonable grounds to believe that there is an immediate danger or emergency) any consultants, contractors or other persons on the Demised Premises, (provided always that the Engineer confirms such instructions to the Tenant's Railway Representative in writing within 2 Business Days) and may make representations to the Tenant and the Tenant's Railway Representative about the Critical Works, 4.7 The Tenant shall whenever reasonably practicable ensure that the Engineer is given not less than two Business Days prior notice of the date and time of all site meetings relating to the Critical Works and shall permit the Engineer to attend all site meetings, 4.8 Where the Engineer, acting reasonably, believes that it would be useful to have a meeting between the Tenant, Tenant's Railway Representative, Engineer, Contractor and/or Consultant (as may be appropriate) in relation to the Critical Works, the Engineer shall notify the Tenant and the Tenant shall facilitate such request as soon as reasonably practicable following receipt of the same, 4.9 The Tenant, its consultants, contractors, agents and sub-contractors may be required by the Engineer to stop work or remove from any Critical Works any scaffold, material, machinery, plant or equipment which the Engineer considers may cause damage or be a hazard to the Railway Undertaking and/or Railway Assets and Premises and which does not comply with the details of the Critical Works previously approved by the Engineer, 4.10 The Tenant shall in preparing the design and in carrying out the Critical Works comply with such terms and conditions as the Engineer may properly consider it necessary to impose to ensure the operation of the Railway Undertaking and the Railway Assets and Premises. 5.2 The Tenant shall by way of indemnity only: (a) procure that the rights and interests of third parties are not infringed by the carrying out of the Critical Works, (b) comply with any agreements, deeds, documents, rights, easements, exceptions, reservations and covenants, restrictive or otherwise, affecting the Demised Premises and/or the Railway Assets and Premises. This is because rule 72A(2) of the Land Registration Rules 2003 places HM Land Registry under an obligation, on completion of the registration of an excepted lease, to make entries in the register in respect of matters which are of the nature referred to in clauses LR9, LR10, LR11 and LR12, when appropriate. The sub-lease should be provided by the “bail commercial” and the landlord should either authorise or participate in the sub-lease agreement’s signature. (a) such rights shall be exercised without access to the Demised Premises and so as to cause as little inconvenience to the Tenant and its undertenants and occupiers of the Demised Premises as is reasonably practicable having regard to the paramount importance of the safety of the Railway Undertaking; (b) any physical damage caused to the Demised Premises, the fit-out conducted by the Tenant and/or any tenants of occupiers at the Demised Premises and the fittings and belongings of any tenants or occupiers of the Demised Premises as a result of the exercise of such rights shall be made good to the reasonable satisfaction of the Tenant by the Landlord; 4.2 Where any works referred to in paragraph 4.1 are to be carried out in the immediate vicinity of the Demised Premises and would or might adversely affect the Demised Premises the Landlord shall: (a) except in the case of emergency or other immediate threat to the safety, security or protection of the Railway Assets and Premises and/or the Railway Undertaking: (i) provide the Tenant within not less than 30 days' written notice of the commencement of such works; (ii) submit to the Tenant detailed plans, specifications, calculations or such other information as the Tenant may reasonably require in relation to such works; (iii) comply with such reasonable conditions relating to such works as the Tenant may reasonably require having regard to the paramount importance of the safety of the Railway Undertaking; (b) reimburse the Tenant for all reasonable and proper costs incurred by the Tenant in relation to works carried out by the Landlord pursuant to this paragraph 4, 4.3 Any dispute as to whether any works would or might adversely affect the Demised Premises shall be referred to expert determination by an Independent Person under the provisions of schedule 7, Subject to the Landlord not imposing a total load of more than 5kN/m2 on the Existing Raft, the right to affix (including by drilling into the structure of the Demised Premises, so long as any such drilling shall not affect the structural integrity and/or waterproofing of the Demised Premises) any signage, lighting, cabling, communications and signalling equipment and/or CCTV to the underside of the Existing Raft and to inspect renew replace maintain and repair the same provided that such rights shall be exercised so as to cause as little inconvenience to the Tenant and/or any tenants or occupiers at the Demised Premises as is reasonably practicable having regard to the paramount importance of the operation of the Railway Undertaking and any physical damage caused to the Demised Premises and/or the fittings and belongings of any tenants or occupiers of the Demised, Premises as a result of the exercise of such rights shall be made good to the reasonable satisfaction of the Tenant by the Landlord, 6.1 The right to retain the Ventilation Shaft on the Demised Premises in such locations on the Demised Premises as agreed to by the Tenant acting reasonably for the benefit of the Railway Assets and Premises located below the Existing Raft provided always that the Tenant shall be entitled at any time to alter divert or relocate or change such apparatus or means of ventilation subject to providing at the Tenant's own cost suitable ventilation through alternative apparatus, means or location, 6.2 The uninterrupted right to take in and discharge air and gases from the Ventilation Shaft, 6.3 In default of the Tenant doing so pursuant to clause 5.1(b) the right (subject to compliance with the Conditions of Entry) to enter and remain with or without workmen on such parts of the Demised Premises as may be reasonably necessary in order to clean the louvers of the Ventilation Shaft from the outside of the Ventilation Shaft, Full liberty and power to maintain and operate with all necessary and usual ancillary works all such cranes as may be properly required by the Landlord in connection with the Railway Assets and Premises located below the Existing Raft, notwithstanding that the booms and counterbooms of such cranes may at various times oversail the Demised Premises provided always that in exercising such right the Landlord shall comply with all statutory requirements, codes of practice and safe working procedures relating to the operation of such cranes in order to protect the Demised Premises and the safety of persons in the vicinity of them and the Landlord shall indemnify the Tenant in respect of any damage to or destruction of the Demised Premises and all other things in or on the Demised Premises which are serving or used by the Tenant in connection with the Premises and any injury to or death of any person resulting from any act, default or negligence of the Landlord, its employees or contractors in the exercise or purported exercise of this right provided always that the Tenant shall take all reasonable steps to mitigate any liabilities covered by this indemnity and the Landlord's liability shall be reduced to the extent that the Tenant has directly contributed to the act, default or negligence which gave rise to the Landlord's liability under this paragraph, The matters contained or referred to on the property and charges registers of title number NGL706929 and NGL244048 as at [the date of the Development Agreement] (other than financial charges), including the provisions of a Deed dated 26 February 1998 made between Wates CityPoint Limited (1) London Underground Limited (2) and Hammerson U.K. Properties PLC (3), 1.1 If the Tenant proposes to carry out or make any variation to any Notifiable Works which may include Critical Works it shall before commencing the same serve upon the Landlord a proposal fully and fairly detailing the proposed Works and drawing attention to any Works which in the reasonable opinion of the Tenant may be Critical Works and indicating whether the Work is or is not urgent and the reasons for such assessment. 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