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MICROWAVE ANTENNA AND COMMUNICATIONS DISH
Section 31.01. Tenant may install on the roof of the Building, and may maintain and operate, a microwave antenna which transmits or receives microwave signals to or from communication carriers or transmitters (hereinafter called a “Microwave Antenna”), and a communications dish which transmits or receives signals to or from other communication installations located off-site (hereinafter called a “Communications Dish”). In connection therewith, Tenant may run through the Building and to the roof thereof, lines, conduits, cables, risers and any other lines and/or equipment necessary or desirable in connection with installing and operating the Microwave Antenna and Communications Dish.
Section 31.02. Tenant shall be responsible, at its sole cost and expense, for installing, maintaining and repairing the Microwave Antenna and Communications Dish, and shall procure and maintain all permits and licenses which are required by any Governmental Authority in connection therewith. Tenant shall at its sole cost and expense promptly repair any damage caused to the Building by reason of the installation, maintenance, removal, and/or replacement of such Microwave Antenna and/or Communications Dish. The Microwave Antenna and Communications Dish shall be and remain Tenant's Property and promptly shall be removed by Tenant upon the expiration or earlier termination of this Lease.
Section 31.03. Landlord shall not be entitled to collect any additional Rent or other fees and charges in connection with the Microwave Antenna and Communications Dish. Landlord agrees that if Tenant shall install such Microwave Antenna and/or Communications Dish on the roof of the Building, then Landlord shall not thereafter install or permit any other tenant of any building in the Center to install antennas, communications dishes or other equipment in any other building in the Center which may interfere with the operation of the Microwave Antenna and/or the Communications Dish or any replacement of either of them.