If from any cause the appraisals of the said buildings and land shall not have been made...................days prior to...................., if there has been no written agreement of the actual cash value of said buildings and land, then the Tenant shall continue to pay rent to the Landlord on and after...................at the rate of..................

per annum, and all the other provisions of this Indenture shall remain in full force and effect until the Landlord and the Tenant shall have exercised or failed to exercise their options within the time and in the manner herein provided.

If the term of this Indenture shall be extended for a further term of............years as herein provided, and the annual rent to be paid by the Tenant for such extended term shall be in excess of............Dollars, then the Tenant shall upon demand by the Landlord pay to the Landlord in cash the difference between..............Dollars and the annual rent to be paid for such extended term as herein provided. If said annual rental for such extended term shall be less then...........Dollars the Tenant may deduct such difference from the instalment of rent next maturing.

At the end of said second term of...........years, similar written agreements or appraisals shall be made and the Landlord shall again elect either to purchase all the buildings then standing upon said demised premises and erected thereon by the Tenant under the provisions of this Indenture at their then agreed or appraised value, or to extend the term for another period of.............years and so on until at the end of some term of...........years said Landlord shall have elected to purchase said buildings then standing on said demised land and erected thereon by the Tenant under the provisions of this Indenture at their agreed or appraised values, or the Tenant shall have elected not to extend such term by failing to give the notice and execute the extension agreement as aforesaid.

The Tenant agrees and covenants that at and upon the date of the expiration of the term of this Indenture, to-wit:........

..................., or if said term shall be extended, then upon the expiration of such extension, it will surrender and deliver up the above described premises and all the buildings and fixtures of every sort, kind or nature whatsoever, in, or about said premises and under the sidewalks and streets around the same, peaceably to the Landlord, or their successors, attorneys and assigns.

If the Tenant, its agent or attorney, or the tenants on said demised premises holding under them, or any of them, or other persons, shall hold said premises, or any part thereof, after the same should have been surrendered according to the terms of this Indenture, the Tenant and such tenant or tenants and persons, as aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of an unlawful detainer of said premises under the statute and shall be subject to fine and removal, with or without legal proceedings, and the Landlord may, without notice again recover the possession of the demised premises, and the Tenant, or other persons occupying said premises, or any part thereof, expel, remove and put, using such force as may be necessary in so doing, and the said premises repossess in the Landlord's former estate, anything herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

S3. Parties. The Landlord and the Tenant further agree and covenant that each of the expressions, phrases, terms, conditions, provisions, stipulations, admissions, agreements, requirements and obligations of this Indenture shall extend to and bind or inure to the benefit of (as the case may require) not only the parties hereto but to each and every of the heirs, executors, administrators, representatives, successors and assigns, of the Landlord and Tenant; further, that, whenever in this Indenture, reference to either the Landlord or the Tenant hereto is made, such reference shall be deemed and construed to include, whenever applicable, also a reference to the heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, of such party, the same as if in every case expressed, and all of the stipulations, admissions, agreements, conditions and covenants contained in this Indenture, shall be construed as covenants running with the land.'