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CINEMARK HOLDINGS, INC. filed this Form 10-K on 02/23/2018
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Environmental Hazard in or around the Project, which Landlord becomes aware of during the Term of this Lease, whether or not caused by Landlord’s Environmental Acts.

(b)Reporting Requirement.  Landlord shall promptly notify Tenant of, and shall promptly provide Tenant with copies of the following environmental items relating to the Project which may be filed or prepared by or on behalf of, or delivered to or served upon, Landlord (excluding those which may be reasonably considered confidential): all orders, reports, listings and correspondence of or concerning the release, investigation of, compliance, clean up, remedial and corrective actions, and abatement of Hazardous Materials whether or not required by any Applicable Laws, including reports and notices required by or given pursuant to any Applicable Laws, and all complaints, pleading and other legal documents filed against Landlord related to Landlord’s use, handling, storage or disposal of Hazardous Materials. In the event of any release of any Environmental Hazard caused by Landlord’s Environmental Acts, Landlord shall promptly notify Tenant and provide Tenant with copies of all reports and correspondence with or from all governmental agencies, authorities or any other persons relating to such release (excluding those which may be reasonably considered confidential).

(c)Environmental Actions.  Tenant may join and participate in any legal proceedings or actions initiated in connection with any claims or causes of action arising out Landlord’s Environmental Acts which results in:  (i) injury to any person within or about the Premises, (ii) injury to or any contamination of the Premises, or (iii) injury to or contamination of any real or personal property of Tenant.   Landlord, at its sole cost and expense, shall promptly take all actions necessary to return the Project to the condition existing prior to the introduction of such Hazardous Materials to the Project and to remedy or repair any such injury or contamination. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Landlord shall not, without Tenant’s prior written consent, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or denied or conditioned or delayed, take any remedial action in response to the presence of any Hazardous Materials in, on, under or about the Project or enter into any settlement agreement, consent decree or other compromise with any governmental agency with respect to any such Hazardous Materials claims; provided, however, Tenant’s prior written consent shall not be necessary in the event that the presence of Hazardous Materials is not in, on, under or about the Premises and/or the Protected Area or the presence of Hazardous Materials (i) poses an immediate threat to the health, safety or welfare of any individual or (ii) is of such nature that an immediate remedial response is necessary and it is not possible to obtain Tenant’s consent before taking such action.

(d)Environmental Hazard. If during the Term an Environmental Hazard, other than an Environmental Hazard caused by Tenant’s Environmental Acts, causes the Premises or any other part of the Project to be rendered untenantable, either in whole or in part, or materially and adversely affects Tenant’s ability to operate its business in the Premises in the normal course, in Tenant’s reasonable judgment (subject to Landlord’s right to submit the matter to arbitration pursuant to Section 18.5, if Landlord disputes Tenant’s determination), then Landlord shall promptly remediate the Environmental Hazard and rebuild, repair or restore all affected buildings and improvements. If such condition of untenantability or inability to operate Tenant’s business in the normal course continues for more than ninety (90) days following occurrence or discovery of the Environmental Hazard, then until such untenantability or inability has ended, Tenant shall have the right to terminate this Lease by written notice to Landlord at any time after such period. In the event that this Lease shall be terminated as a result of an Environmental Hazard (other than an Environmental Hazard caused by Tenant’s Environmental Acts), if any Rent or other charge has been paid in advance, Landlord shall refund to Tenant all sums so paid for the period after the date of untenantability or inability to operate. With respect to any period during which, as the result of an Environmental Hazard (other than an Environmental Hazard caused by Tenant’s Environmental Acts) any part of the Premises is untenantable or Tenant is prevented from operating its business therein in the normal course, the Rent and other charges payable hereunder shall be abated in proportion to the Floor Area of the Premises so affected. If the untenantability or inability is so extensive as to render the Premises substantially unfit for occupancy by Tenant for the normal conduct of its business, the Rent and other charges payable hereunder shall abate until such time as Tenant resumes the conduct of its business, up to a maximum of one hundred twenty (120) days after the restoration of the Premises, in order to give Tenant sufficient time to refixture and equip the Premises. If by reason of an Environmental Hazard affecting the Premises or the Building of which the Premises are a part