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CINEMARK HOLDINGS, INC. filed this Form 10-K on 02/23/2018
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Tenant cannot practicably operate the Premises as a consequence of Governmental Requirements, Force Majeure or other matters beyond the reasonable control of Tenant or as a consequence of the failure of Landlord to perform its obligations under this Lease, (iv) days or times when fewer than a majority of the so-called “first-run” motion picture theaters within the Metropolitan Area are open and operating for business, (v) periods when Landlord is in material default hereunder, and (vi) other periods of not more than ten (10) days duration in the aggregate in any calendar year when Tenant elects not to operate its business at the Premises.

“Existing Lease”  shall mean that certain Lease, dated September 30, 1995, between Syufy Enterprises and Tenant, as  amended, for a theatre operated by Tenant in the Center.

Extension Term” shall mean each of three (3) periods of five (5) Lease Years and one (1) period of four (4) Lease Years and eleven (11) months for which the Term of this Lease is extended pursuant to Section 3.3 hereof subject to further extension pursuant to Section 3.4 hereof.

FF&E” shall mean the furniture, trade fixtures and equipment installed in or upon the Premises, including, without limitation, the items described on Exhibit E attached hereto.

Final Building Plans” shall have the meaning given such term in the Work Letter attached hereto.

Final Site Improvement Plans” shall have the meaning given such term in the Work Letter attached hereto.

“Finance Company” shall have the meaning given such term in Section 20.2.

“First Class” shall mean the standard of operation, maintenance and repair appropriate for and generally applicable to First Class Centers.

“First Class Center” shall mean a retail shopping entertainment center that is operated and maintained generally in accordance with the highest standards of the U.S. shopping center industry applicable to the majority of other comparable regional shopping centers in the Metropolitan Area.

Floor Area” shall mean the floor area, whether of the Premises or of other premises within the Center, measured from the exterior faces of exterior walls and from the center lines of party or partition walls at each level of the applicable premises; provided, however that the Floor Area of the Premises shall be deemed not to include any of the following (i.e., the square footage of the following shall be deducted if otherwise included pursuant to this definition): any basement or mezzanine level(s) of the Premises; any mechanical penthouse(s) on the Building; any storage areas and incidental office areas within the Premises; any entranceway vestibule and queuing areas located outside of the Building; and any escalators, elevators, stairways, exit corridors (but not the hallways leading to the main entrances of the auditoria within the Premises and not elevators, escalators and/or stairways within the Premises that provide access to the mezzanine level of the Premises, if any) and exitways and passageways, if any, required by Landlord or Governmental Requirements which would not have been required if the Building were a one story, free-standing, on grade, rectangular structure. The Floor Area of the Center shall exclude the Common Areas, mechanical rooms, equipment rooms, non-retail mezzanines and non-retail storage areas but shall include (without limitation) any space (whether or not leased) devoted to retail or non-retail uses, such as office space, exclusive of any space up to 6,000 square feet in the aggregate retained or made available by Landlord for the management and security of the Center and shall also exclude any showers and lockers required by any applicable regional transportation plan (and no other property of Landlord).  

Force Majeure” shall mean delays in the performance of a Party’s obligations hereunder that are caused by reason of acts of God, extraordinarily inclement weather, strikes, lockouts, labor troubles, inability to procure materials, supplies or inventory (including the general unavailability of suitable film product) at commercially reasonable rates, failure of power, illegality, general unavailability of permits or approvals required under applicable Governmental Requirements, riots, insurrection, acts of terrorism or war or other reason of a similar or dissimilar nature not the fault of or within the reasonable control of such Party, including (without limitation), the failure of the other Party to perform its obligations as and when required hereunder.  Lack of funds or inability to obtain internal approvals shall not constitute Force Majeure.