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CINEMARK HOLDINGS, INC. filed this Form 10-K on 02/23/2018
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Tenant closing its business in the Premises, in whole or in part, shall entitle Tenant to an equitable abatement of Rent and other charges otherwise payable hereunder during the period of closure, and if such interruption continues for one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days or more, then Tenant shall have the right to terminate this Lease (in which case the provisions of Section 19.4 shall apply), so long as Tenant exercises such right prior to the cessation of such interruption. If Tenant continues to operate its business in the Premises during the period of interruption or reduction, then Rent will abate only partially, in the same proportion as Tenant’s Gross Sales are reduced from the period immediately prior to the interruption or reduction. Tenant’s rights under this Section 8.2 shall be in addition to any other rights and remedies that Tenant may have as a consequence of Landlord’s default hereunder. An “Uncontrollable Event” shall mean any of the following occurrences: (i) any act of God, (ii) any failure by the provider of the utility to provide the utility service to the Center; or (iii) any event that occurs outside of the Center’s boundaries which was not a result of any act of Landlord or any of its agents, employees, contractors or tenants.

Article 9

Maintenance and Repairs

Section 9.1.Landlord’s Maintenance and Repairs.  In addition to and without limiting Landlord’s obligations set forth elsewhere in this Lease (including Section 5.2 and Article 8), Landlord shall be responsible for the maintenance and repair of the portions of the Center that are within Landlord’s control (i.e., have not been leased to third parties in occupancy) at no cost or expense to Tenant (except for Tenant’s payment of Tenant’s CAM Contribution) in a First Class manner and in accordance with this Section 9.1.  In addition, Landlord shall cause the remaining portions of the Center to be maintained and repaired in a First Class Manner in accordance with the provisions of this Article 9.  With respect to those areas of the Center not in Landlord’s control, Landlord shall use commercially reasonable efforts to enforce the obligations of the occupants thereof to maintain and repair their premises.

(a)Premises.  During the Term and any Extension Term, Landlord shall keep the foundations and floor slab and the exterior of the Theatre (including painting thereof), all supporting structures, gutters and water spouts, the sprinkler system, all interior structural parts of the Theatre, and the roof (including but not limited to keeping the roof free of leaks) in good condition and repair.  

(b)Center Improvements.  During the Term, Landlord shall keep and maintain the buildings and other improvements within the Center other than the Premises (except as otherwise provided in this Lease), and including (without limitation) the roofs, exterior walls, foundations, gutters, waterspouts and structural elements of (or within) the buildings of the Center (other than the Building and the Building Pad, except as otherwise specifically provided in this Lease), in good working order and in First Class condition and repair and shall make all necessary repairs thereto and replacements thereof.  If the Building shares any so-called “common walls” with the building improvements of the Center, such common walls shall be maintained by Landlord.

(c)Utilities and Common Area Facilities.  During the Term, Landlord shall keep or cause to be kept all wiring, pipes, conduits, water, sewer and utility lines within the Center (other than such wiring, pipes, water, sewer and utility lines as are located entirely within and exclusively serve the Premises), and all improvements and facilities in the Common Areas, including, without limitation, the Parking Areas, in good working order and First Class condition and repair and shall make all necessary replacements thereto.  Without limitation, Landlord shall be responsible for and promptly make all repairs and replacements necessitated by the willful acts or negligence of Landlord, its agents, employees or contractors, or by the breach of this Lease by Landlord.

(d)Compliance with Applicable Laws.  Landlord shall operate and maintain the Center (exclusive of the Premises, except as hereinafter provided) as a First Class Center and in compliance with all Applicable Laws and Governmental Requirements (including, but not limited to, Applicable Laws pertaining to accessibility and removal of architectural barriers, and all Environmental Laws) applicable to the design, construction, operation, use and maintenance of the Center, including, without limitation, all maintenance, repairs,