by reason of any (a) strike, lockout or other labor troubles, (b) governmental restrictions or limitations, (c) failure or shortage of electrical power, gas, water, fuel oil, or other utility or service, (d) riot, war, insurrection or other national or local emergency, (e) accident, flood, fire or other casualty, (f) adverse weather condition, (g) other act of God, (h) inability to obtain necessary governmental permits or approvals, or (i) other cause similar or dissimilar to any of the foregoing and beyond the Landlords reasonable control (other than financial capability), or is required by applicable law (including, by way of example rather than of limitation, any federal law or regulation relating to the furnishing or consumption of energy or the temperature of buildings).
7.4. Maintenance by Tenant. The Tenant shall maintain the nonstructural parts of the interior of the Premises in good repair and condition, ordinary wear and tear excepted.
7.5. Maintenance by Landlord. The Landlord shall maintain or cause to be maintained in good order and repair (a) the roof, structure and exterior of the Building, (b) any and all hallways, stairways, lobbies, elevators, heating and air-conditioning facilities, electrical, sanitary sewer and water lines and facilities, restroom facilities, grounds, sidewalks and parking areas (including the removal of snow from such sidewalks and parking areas), and other common areas, all if located within the Building or the rest of the Property but not within the Premises, all at the Landlords expense (subject to Section 3 hereof). There shall be no allowance to the Tenant for a diminution of rental value, no abatement of rent, and no liability on the part of the Landlord by reason of inconvenience, annoyance or injury to business arising from the Landlord, the Tenant or others making any repairs, alterations, additions or improvements in or to any portion of the Property or the Premises, or in or to fixtures, appurtenances or equipment thereof. The Landlord shall not be liable for failure of the Landlord or others to make any repairs, alterations, additions or improvements in or to any portion of the Building or of the Premises, or in or to the fixtures, appurtenances or equipment thereof.
SECTION 8. LANDLORDS RIGHT OF ENTRY.
The Landlord and its agents shall be entitled to enter the Premises at any time during the Tenants business hours and at any other reasonable time (a) to inspect the Premises, (b) to exhibit the Premises to any existing or prospective purchaser, tenant or mortgagee thereof, (c) to make any alteration, improvement or repair to the Building or the Premises, or (d) for any other purpose relating to the operation or maintenance of the Property. The Landlord shall (unless doing so is impractical or unreasonable because of emergency) use commercially reasonable efforts to give the Tenant at least twenty-four (24) hours prior notice of its intention to enter the Premises (which notice, notwithstanding Section 17, need not be in writing), and use reasonable efforts to avoid thereby materially interfering with the Tenants use and enjoyment thereof.
SECTION 9. FIRE AND OTHER CASUALTIES.
9.1. General. If the Premises or commercially reasonable access thereto are damaged by fire or other casualty during the Term, the terms and conditions of this Section 9 shall apply.
9.1.1. The Landlord shall, to the extent of the insurance proceeds available therefor, restore the Premises or commercially reasonable access thereto with reasonable promptness
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