Insured Risks

Example Definitions of "Insured Risks"
Insured Risks. Fire (including subterranean fire), earthquake, bursting or overflowing of water tanks, apparatus or pipes, riot or civil commotion, strikes, labour or political disturbance or damage by malicious persons, explosion (including explosion of boilers and other heating apparatus), lightning, thunderbolt, storm, tempest, flood and impact by any road vehicle, aircraft, or other aerial device or articles dropped therefrom and accidental damage to underground pipes and cables and such other normal... commercial risks as the Landlord in its reasonably exercised discretion insures against from time to time and any other normal commercial risks against which the Tenant shall reasonably request insurance against in writing from time to time and provided always that such risks are insurable on the London Insurance Market on normal and commercially acceptable terms but subject to such exclusions, limitations, excesses, conditions or deductibles as may be imposed by the insurers or agreed between the Landlord and the insurers; PROVIDED ALWAYS that for so long as this lease is a Sub-Lease and the Premises are insured by the Superior Landlord there shall be substituted the definition of the Insured Risks contained in the Superior Lease View More
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