obligations, liabilities and responsibilities hereunder pursuant to this Section 14.3, Landlord shall continue to send copies of all written notices required under this Lease to the Original Tenant, and no notice of default shall be effective until a copy thereof is received by the Original Tenant. The Original Tenant shall have a period of time after receipt of such notice to cure such default as is given to Tenant under this Lease. This notice is an additional notice requirement and not intended to replace the existing notice requirement to the existing Tenant.
Section 14.4.Assignment by Landlord. Landlord shall have the absolute right during the Term or any extension, to sell, convey, assign or transfer the Premises or the Center provided that the transferee shall agree to recognize Tenant’s rights under this Lease, and shall assume all of Landlord’s duties and obligations hereunder arising on or after the date of sale or transfer. Landlord will be released from all future liability under this Lease upon such a transfer but will remain liable, jointly and severally with the successor Landlord, for refund or reimbursement of any overpayment or other amounts due Tenant in respect of any period before the transfer. The original Landlord shall notify Tenant of the effective date of the transfer; and the name, telephone number and address of the successor Landlord. This Section shall not apply to an assignment for security purposes only; provided, however, such security assignee shall execute and deliver to Tenant an agreement of non-disturbance in a form reasonably acceptable to the parties.
Section 15.1.Tenant’s Signs. Landlord acknowledges the importance and benefit to Landlord, Tenant and the Center of having prominent signage advertising and providing information regarding the Premises and the features thereof. Tenant shall have, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense with respect to Tenant’s signs the exclusive right during the Term to erect, maintain and replace from time to time any and all signage on the exterior of the Building that may be permitted by (or consented to by the applicable parties to) the REA, and Applicable Laws. In addition, Tenant shall have the right to display its sign panel (i) in the top position on both sign faces of the multi-tenant sign located at the corner of Ethan Way and Arden Way in the location shown on Exhibit A, (ii) in the second position on both sign faces of the multi-tenant sign located at the corner of Howe Avenue and Arden Way in the location shown on Exhibit A, (iii) in the bottom position on both sign faces of the multi-tenant sign located on the south side of the Center at Ethan Way in the location shown on Exhibit A, and (iv) in the bottom position on both sign faces of the multi-tenant sign located on the south side of the Center at Howe Avenue in the location shown on Exhibit A. All of Tenant’s sign panels on the signs referred to in the immediately preceding sentence shall be a full-size panel not smaller than any other tenant’s full-size panel on the respective sign. A full-size panel shall mean a panel that runs the width of the sign. All full-size panels shall have a height dimensionally proportionate to the width. Landlord, at Landlord’s sole cost, in accordance with Section 2.3 of this Lease shall be responsible for using commercially reasonable efforts to obtain any required governmental and REA approvals, if any, for the multi-tenant signs upon which Tenant has a right to display its sign panels according to the immediately preceding sentence on or before October 31, 2015. Landlord shall also construct and maintain all structural supports for Tenant’s Signs not located on the Building, as part of Landlord’s Work. Tenant shall maintain and replace from time to time its sign panels with Tenant’s name and/or logo. All of Tenant’s signs on the Building and Tenant’s sign panels in the Center are collectively referred to herein as “Tenant’s Signs.”
Section 15.2.Maintenance of Tenant’s Signs. Tenant’s Signs located within or upon the Premises shall be maintained in good repair and in compliance with Applicable Laws by Tenant at Tenant’s expense, including the cost of any electricity consumed in illuminating such signs. Tenant’s Signs located outside the Premises, and all other signage within the Common Areas of the Center, including directional and informational signage for the benefit of the Premises, if any, shall be maintained in good repair and in compliance with all Applicable Laws by Landlord, at Landlord’s expense (which will be included in Common Area Expenses), including the cost of any electricity consumed in illuminating such signs.
Section 15.3.Sign Permits. Except as expressly set forth herein, Landlord shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary governmental approvals for Tenant’s Signs (other than Tenant’s Signs located on the Building), in connection with Landlord’s efforts to obtain the