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  • 酒店管理合同(英文版 第二部分)

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    ARTICLE VIII MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT AND CHANGES

      8.1 Routine and Non-Routine Repairs and Maintenance. Manager, at the expense of Lessee, shall maintain the Premises in good repair and condition as is required by the Applicable Standards. Manager, on behalf of Lessee, shall make or cause to be made such routine maintenance, repairs and minor alterations as Manager from time to time deems reasonably necessary for such purposes, the cost of which: (i) can be expensed under GAAP, (ii) shall be paid from Gross Revenues, and treated as a Deduction, and (iii) is consistent with the Annual Operating Budget. In addition, Lessee shall make or cause to be made such non-routine repairs and maintenance, either to the Premises’ building or its fixtures, furniture, furnishings and equipment (“FF&E”), pursuant to the Capital Improvement Budget approved by Lessee and Landlord, the cost of which shall be paid for by Landlord. Manager and Lessee shall use their respective best efforts to prevent any liens from being filed against the Premises which arise from any maintenance, changes, repairs, alterations, improvements, renewals or replacements in or to the Premises. Lessee and Manager shall cooperate fully in obtaining the release of any such liens. If the lien arises as a result of the fault of either party, then the party at fault shall bear the cost of obtaining the lien release. All changes, repairs, alterations, improvements, renewals or replacements made pursuant to this Article VIII shall be the property of the Lessee.

      8.2 Capital Improvement Budget.

      (a) Manager shall prepare a budget (“Capital Improvement Budget”) of the expenditures necessary for replacement of FF&E and building repairs of the nature contemplated by Section 8.1 during the ensuing Fiscal Year and shall provide such Capital Improvement Budget to Lessee and Landlord for approval at the same time Manager submits the Annual Operating Budget. The Capital Improvement Budget shall not be deemed accepted by Lessee and Landlord in the absence of their respective express written approval. Not later than thirty (30) days after receipt by Lessee and Landlord of a proposed Capital Improvement Budget (or such longer period as Lessee and Landlord may reasonably request on Notice to the Manager), Lessee and/or Landlord may deliver a Notice (a “CIB Objection Notice”) to the Manager stating that Lessee and/or Landlord objects to any information contained in or omitted from such proposed Capital Improvement Budget and setting forth the nature of such objections with reasonable specificity. Failure of Lessee and/or Landlord to deliver a CIB Objection Notice shall be deemed rejection of the Manager’s proposed Capital Improvement Budget in its entirety. Upon receipt of any CIB Objection Notice, the Manager shall, after consultation with Lessee and Landlord, modify the proposed Capital Improvement Budget, taking into account Lessee’s and/or Landlord’s objections, and shall resubmit the same to Lessee and Landlord for Lessee’s approval within fifteen (15) days thereafter, and Lessee and/or Landlord may deliver further CIB Objection Notices (if any) within fifteen (15) days thereafter (in which event, the re-submission and review process described above in this sentence shall continue until the proposed Capital Improvement Budget in question is accepted and consented to by Lessee and Landlord). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein, Lessee and Landlord shall have the right at any time subsequent to the acceptance and consent with respect to any Capital Improvement Budget, on Notice to the Manager, to revise, with the reasonable approval of Manager, such Capital Improvement Budget or to request that the Manager prepare for Lessee’s and/or Landlord’s approval a revised Capital Improvement Budget, taking into account such circumstances as Lessee and Landlord deem appropriate; provided, however, that the revision of a Capital Improvement Budget shall not be deemed a revocation of the Manager’s authority with respect to such actions as the Manager may have already taken prior to receipt of such revision notice in implementing a previously approved budget or plan.

      (b) Manager shall, in accordance with and subject to the Capital Improvement Budget described in Section 8.2(a), from time to time make such substitutions and replacements of or renewals to FF&E and non-routine repairs and maintenance as described in Section 8.1 as it deems necessary to maintain the Hotels as required by this Agreement. Except as hereinafter provided, no expenditures will be made except as otherwise provided in the Capital Improvement Budget without the approval of Lessee and Landlord, and provided further, however, that if any such expenditures which are required by reason of any (i) emergency, or (ii) applicable Legal Requirements, or (iii) the terms of the Franchise Agreement, or (iv) are otherwise required for the continued safe and orderly operation of the Hotels, Manager shall immediately give Lessee and Landlord notice thereof and shall be authorized to take appropriate remedial action without such approval whenever there is a clear and present danger to life, limb or property of the Hotels or its guests or employees. The cost of all such changes, repairs, alterations, improvements, renewals, or replacements will be paid for by Landlord.

      (c) All changes, repairs, alterations, improvements, renewals or replacements made pursuant to this Article VIII shall be the property of Landlord.

      (d) It is the intent of Manager and Lessee to maintain the Premises in conformance with the Applicable Standards. Accordingly, as the Hotels age, if the Capital Improvement Budget prepared in good faith by Manager and approved by Lessee and Landlord is insufficient for purposes of allowing the Premises to conform with the Applicable Standards, Lessee, Landlord and Manager will consider the matter and Lessee and Landlord may elect to:

      (i) provide the additional funds required; or

      (ii) obtain financing for the additional funds required.

      (e) In consideration of the Project Management Fee (as defined below), Manager shall be responsible for managing, coordinating, planning and executing the Capital Improvement Budget and all major repositionings of the Hotels.

      Manager shall be paid a project management fee (herein, the “Project Management Fee”) equal to five percent (5%) of the total project costs associated with the implementation of the Capital Improvement Budget (both hard and soft) payable monthly in arrears based upon the prior calendar month’s total expenditures under the Capital Improvement Budget until such time that the Capital Improvement Budget and/or renovation project involves the expenditure of an amount in excess of five percent (5%) of Gross Revenues of the applicable Hotel, whereupon the Project Management Fee shall be reduced to three Percent (3%) of the total project costs in excess of the five percent 5% of Gross Revenue threshold. The Project Management Fee shall be accounted for and documented and consistent with the requirements of Section 11.2 herein. Any onsite or dedicated personnel required for the direct supervision of the implementation of a Capital Improvement Budget or other renovation project will be a direct cost to, and shall be reimbursed by, the Landlord.

      (f) Except as otherwise provided herein, in no event shall Manager realize any kick backs, rebates, cash incentives, administration fees, concessions, profit participations, investment rights or similar payments or economic consideration from or in, as applicable, vendors or suppliers of goods or services. Manager agrees that any such amounts or benefits derived shall be held in trust for the benefit of Lessee or Landlord (as applicable).

      (g) Any additional fees payable to Manager shall be submitted for approval by a majority of the Independent Directors of MHI. In the event that the majority of the Independent Directors of MHI affirmatively votes that the Market Service Fees proposed by Manager are not market, the Lessee and Manager agree to engage a consultant reasonably satisfactory to both Lessee and Manager to provide then current market information with respect to the proposed Market Service Fees and a written recommendation as to whether such fees are market or not. If the consultant’s recommendation provides that such Market Service Fees as proposed by Manager are market, then the Landlord agrees to pay any consultant fees incurred by such consultant in making the recommendation. If the consultant’s recommendation does not support the Market Service Fees as proposed by Manager, then Manager agrees to pay the consultant’s fees incurred in connection with the Recommendation and agrees to either re-submit Manager’s proposed Market Service Fees to the Independent Directors of MHI consistent with the market research and recommendation of the consultant for approval to Lessee and Landlord, or elect by Notice to Lessee and Landlord that Manager will not provide the Project Related Service.

      ARTICLE IX

      EMPLOYEES

      9.1 Employee Hiring. Manager, subject to the approval of the Lessee, will hire, train, promote, supervise, direct the work of and discharge all personnel working on the Premises. Manager shall be the sole judge of the fitness and qualification of such personnel and is vested with absolute discretion in the hiring, discharging, supervision, and direction of such personnel during the course of their employment and in the operation of the Premises. Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.

      9.2 Costs, Benefit Plans. Manager shall fix the employees’ terms of compensation and establish and maintain all policies relating to employment, so long as they are reasonable and in accordance with the Applicable Standards and the Annual Operating Budget. Without limiting the foregoing, Manager may, consistent with the applicable budgets, enroll the employees of the Hotels in pension, medical and health, life insurance, and similar employee benefit plans (“Benefit Plans”) substantially similar to plans reasonably necessary to attract and retain employees and generally remain competitive. The Benefit Plans may be joint plans for the benefit of employees at more than one hotel owned, leased or managed by Manager or Manager Affiliate Entities. Employer contributions to such plans (including any withdrawal liability incurred upon Termination of this Agreement) and reasonable administrative fees (but without further markup by Manager), which Manager may expend in connection therewith, shall be the responsibility of Lessee and shall be a Deduction. The administrative expenses of any joint plans will be equitably apportioned by Manager among properties covered by such plan.

      9.3 Manager’s Employees. It is expressly understood and agreed that all such personnel employed at the Hotels, including the Manager’s acting General Managers for each of the Hotels, will be the employees of Manager for all purposes including, without limitation, federal, state and local tax and reporting purposes, but the expense incurred in connection therewith will be a Deduction and for Lessee’s account. A General Manager’s compensation and the compensation of other employees may be allocated to other Hotels on a fair and equitable basis if such employees provide services with respect to the operations of such other Hotels. Manager shall use such care when hiring any employees as may be common to the hospitality business and consistent with the Manager’s standards of operation. Lessee acknowledges and agrees that Manager, as the employer of all of the Hotels’ employees, shall be entitled to all federal, state and/or local tax credits or benefits allowed to employers relating to the Hotels’ employees including, without limitation, the Work Opportunity Tax Credit, the Targeted Jobs Tax Credit, and similar tax credits (provided that Manager shall pay all incremental fees, if applicable, to qualify for such tax credits). Manager, in accordance with the Annual Operating Budget, may draw down from Gross Revenues all costs and expenses, of whatever nature, incurred in connection with such employees, including, but not limited to, wages, salaries, on-site staff, bonuses, commissions, fringe benefits, employee benefits, recruitment costs, workmen’s compensation and unemployment insurance premiums, payroll taxes, vacation and sick leave (collectively, “Employee Costs and Expenses”).

      9.4 Special Projects – Corporate Employees. The costs, fees, compensation and other expenses of any persons engaged by Manager to perform duties of a special nature, directly related to the operation of the Premises, including, but not limited to, in-house or outside counsel, accountants, bookkeepers, auditors, employment search firms, marketing and sales firms, and similar firms of personnel, shall be operating expenses, payable from and consistent with the Annual Operating Budget and not the responsibility of the Manager. The costs, fees, compensation and other expenses of those personnel of Manager assigned to special projects for the Hotels shall also be operating expenses payable by the Lessee and not the responsibility of Manager. The daily per diem rate for those personnel shall be based upon the actual costs of Manager in providing its personnel for such special services or projects, without mark-up for fee or profit but including salary and employee benefit costs and costs of equipment used in performing such services, overhead costs, travel costs and long distance telephone. Such special services shall include, but not be limited to, those matters which are not included within the scope of the duties to be performed by Manager hereunder and, if not provided by Lessee, would involve the Lessee’s engagement of a third party to perform such services; for example, special sales or marketing programs, market reviews, assistance in opening new food and beverage facilities, legal services, accounting services, tax services, insurance services, data processing, engineering personnel, and similar services.

      9.5 Termination. At Termination, subject to Section 2.1 above, Lessee shall reimburse Manager for costs and expenses incurred by Manager which arise out of either the transfer or termination of Manager’s employees at the Hotels, such as reasonable transfer costs, compensation in lieu of vacation and sick leave, severance pay (including a reasonable allowance for severance pay for Executive Employees of the Hotels, the amount of such allowance not to exceed an amount equal to Manager’s then current severance benefits for such terminated Executive Employees, unless Lessee otherwise approves), unemployment compensation, employer liability pursuant to the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (Cobra liability) and the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (Warn Act) and other employment liability costs arising out of the termination of the employment of the Manager’s employees at the Premises (herein collectively called “Employee Related Termination Costs”). This reimbursement obligation shall not apply to any corporate personnel of Manager assigned to the Hotels for special projects or who perform functions for Manager at the corporate level. In order to be reimbursable hereunder, any Employee Related Termination Costs must be pursuant to policies of Manager which shall be consistent with those of other managers managing similar hotels in similar markets and geographical locations and which shall be subject to review and reasonable approval of Lessee from time to time upon Notice from Lessee and which review and approval shall occur no more than one time during each Fiscal Year during the term of this Agreement.

      At Termination, an escrow fund shall be established from Gross Revenues (or, if Gross Revenues are not sufficient, with funds provided by Lessee) to reimburse Manager for all reimbursable Employee Related Termination Costs.

      9.6 Employee Use of Hotel. Manager, in its discretion, may (i) provide lodging for Manager’s Executive Employees and corporate staff visiting the Hotels in connection with the performance of Manager’s services hereunder and allow them the use of the facilities of the Hotels, and (ii) provide the management of the Hotels with temporary living quarters within the Hotels and the use of all facilities of the Hotels, in either case at a discounted price or without charge, as the case may be. Manager shall, on a space available basis, provide lodging at the Hotels for Lessee’s employees, officers and directors visiting the Hotels and allow them the use of all facilities of the Hotels in either case without charge, except for recreational facilities for which a charge will apply.

      9.7 Non-Solicitation. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of two (2) years thereafter, unless an Event of Default by Manager exists under this Agreement beyond applicable grace or cure periods, or the Agreement has been terminated as a result of an uncured Event of Default by Manager, Lessee agrees that it (and its Affiliates) will not, without the prior written consent of Manager, either directly or indirectly, alone or in conjunction with any other person or entity, (i) solicit or attempt to solicit any general manager (each a “General Manager” and, collectively, “General Managers”) of the Hotels or any other hotels managed by Manager or any of Manager’s Executive Employees (collectively, the General Manager and Executive Employees are herein called the “Key Employees”) to terminate, alter or lessen Key Employees’ employment or affiliation with Manager or to violate the terms of any agreement or understanding between any such Key Employee and Manager, as the case may be, or (ii) employ, retain, or contract with any Key Employee.

      ARTICLE X BUDGET, STANDARDS AND CONTRACTS

      10.1 Annual Operating Budget. Not less than forty-five (45) days prior to the beginning of each Fiscal Year, Manager shall submit to Lessee for each of the Hotels, a budget (the “Annual Operating Budget”) setting forth in detail an estimated profit and loss statement for the next twelve (12) Accounting Periods, or for the balance of the Fiscal Year in the event of a partial first Fiscal Year, including a schedule of hotel room rentals and other rentals and a marketing and business plan for each of the Hotels, such budget to be substantially in the format of Exhibit “D” attached hereto.

      10.2 Budget Approval. The Annual Operating Budget submitted to Lessee by Manager shall be subject to the approval of Lessee (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld). The Annual Operating Budget shall not be deemed accepted by Lessee in the absence of its express written approval. Not later than thirty (30) days after receipt by Lessee of a proposed Annual Operating Budget (or such longer period as Lessee may reasonably request on Notice to Manager), Lessee may deliver an AOB Objection Notice with reasonable detail to the Manager stating that Lessee objects to any information contained in or omitted from such proposed Annual Operating Budget and setting forth the nature of such objections with reasonable specificity. Failure of Lessee to deliver express written approval of the Annual Operating Budget and an AOB Objection Notice shall be deemed rejection of the Manager’s proposed Annual Operating Budget in its entirety. Upon receipt of any AOB Objection Notice, the Manager shall, after consultation with Lessee, modify the proposed Annual Operating Budget, taking into account Lessee’s objections, and shall resubmit the same to Lessee for Lessee’s approval within fifteen (15) days thereafter, and Lessee may deliver further AOB Objection Notices (if any) within fifteen (15) days thereafter (in which event, the re-submission and review process described above in this sentence shall continue until the proposed Annual Operating Budget in question is accepted and consented to by Lessee). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth herein, Lessee shall have the right at any time subsequent to the acceptance and consent with respect to any Annual Operating Budget, on Notice to the Manager, to revise such Annual Operating Budget or to request that the Manager prepare for Lessee’s approval a revised Annual Operating Budget (with the approval of Manager, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld), taking into account such circumstances as Lessee deems appropriate; provided, however, that the revision of an Annual Operating Budget shall not be deemed a revocation of the Manager’s authority with respect to such actions as the Manager may have already taken prior to receipt of such revision notice in implementing a previously approved budget or plan. Lessee and Manager acknowledge and agree that the Annual Operating Budgets are merely forecasts of operating revenues and expenses for an ensuing year and shall be revised, by agreement of Lessee and Manager, from time to time as business and operating conditions shall demand. However, Manager shall use its reasonable efforts to operate the Premises in accordance with the Annual Operating Budget. The failure of any of the Hotels to perform in accordance with such Annual Operating Budget shall not constitute a default by Manager of this Agreement, however, the Lessee has a right to terminate this Agreement with respect to a Subject Hotel if such Subject Hotel fails to satisfy the Performance Test as set forth in Section 2.3(c) above.

      10.3 Operation Pending Approval. If the Annual Operating Budget (or any component thereof) has not yet been approved by Lessee prior to any applicable Fiscal Year, then, until approval of such Annual Operating Budget (or such component) by Lessee, Manager shall operate the Hotels substantially in accordance with the prior year’s Annual Operating Budget except for (a) those components of the Annual Operating Budget for the applicable Fiscal Year approved by Lessee, (b) the Necessary Expenses which shall be paid as required, (c) the Emergency Expenses which shall be paid as required, and (d) those expenses that vary in correlation with Gross Revenues and/or occupancy in the aggregate.

      10.4 Budget Meetings. At each budget meeting and at any additional meetings during a Fiscal Year reasonably called by Lessee or Manager, Manager shall consult with Lessee on matters of policy concerning management, sales, room rates, wage scales, personnel, general overall operating procedures, economics and operation and other matters affecting the operation of the Hotels.

      ARTICLE XI OPERATING DISTRIBUTIONS

      11.1 Management Fee. As consideration for the services to be rendered by Manager pursuant to this Agreement as manager and operator of the Premises, Manager shall be paid the following Base Management Fee and Incentive Management Fee (as such terms are hereinafter defined), collectively called the “Management Fee”, for each of the Hotels as follows:

      (a) Base Management Fee. The base management fee (“Base Management Fee”) for each of the Initial Hotels and any future Hotels shall be equal to a percentage of the Gross Revenues attributed to each such Hotel as determined on a property by property basis pursuant to the following tables, and shall be due monthly:

      Base Management Fee for an Initial Hotel

      If this Agreement shall commence or expire on other than the first and last day of a calendar month, respectively, the Base Management Fee shall be apportioned based on the actual number of days of service in the month. The Base Management Fee for a Future Hotel first leased to Lessee other than on the first day of a Fiscal Year shall be determined on the basis of the rate applicable to the “First year managed” for both the partial Fiscal Year in which the Hotel is first leased to Lessee and to the first full Fiscal Year such Hotel is managed by Manager.

      (b) The incentive management fee (the “Incentive Management Fee”), if any, will be due annually in arrears within 90 days of the end of the fiscal year and will be equal to ten percent (10%) of the amount by which the Gross Operating Profit of the Hotels on an aggregate basis, for a given year exceeds the Gross Operating Profit for the same Hotels, on an aggregate basis, for the prior year. The Incentive Management Fee may not exceed 0.25% of Gross Revenues of all of the Hotels included in the incentive fee calculation. The calculation of the Incentive Management Fee will not include results of Hotels for the Fiscal Year in which they are initially leased by Landlord to Lessee or for the Fiscal Year in which sold and newly acquired or leased Hotels will be included in the calculation beginning with the second full Fiscal Year such Hotel is managed pursuant to this Agreement.

      11.2 Accounting and Interim Payment.

      (a) Manager shall submit monthly, pursuant to Section 15.2, an interim accounting to Lessee showing Gross Revenues, Deductions, Gross Operating Profit and Net Operating Income before Debt Service.

      (b) Calculations and payments of the Base Management Fee for each Hotel made with respect to each Accounting Period shall be made on an interim accounting basis and shall be accounted for cumulatively for each Fiscal Year. After the end of each Fiscal Year, Manager shall submit to Lessee an accounting for such Fiscal Year, consistent with Section 15.3, which accounting shall be controlling over the interim accountings. Any adjustments required by the Fiscal Year accounting shall be made promptly by the parties.

      (c) The Incentive Fee for the Hotels shall be calculated and earned on an annual basis for each Fiscal Year. If Lessee raises no objection for any reason (excluding fraud) within one (1) year from the receipt of annual accounting statements as provided herein (or for fraud within any applicable statute of limitations period, and if no statute of limitations period exists, then in no event to exceed four (4) years from receipt of annual accounting statements as provided herein), such accounting shall be deemed to have been accepted by Lessee as true and correct, and Lessee shall have no further right to question its accuracy. Manager will provide Lessee profit and loss statements for the current period and year-to-date, including actual, budget and last year comparisons, as required by Section 15.3.

      ARTICLE XII INSURANCE

      12.1 Insurance. Manager shall coordinate with Lessee, at all times during any period of development, construction, renovation, furnishing and equipping of the Premises, the procurement and maintenance in amount and scope as available for the hotel lodging industry for hotels of similar type and in similar markets and geographical locations as the Hotels, public liability and indemnity and property insurance with minimum limits of liability as required by Lessee, the Landlords, any Holder, or Franchisors, if applicable, and in accordance with the Annual Operating Budget to protect Lessee, Landlord, Manager, any Holder, and any Franchisor, if applicable, against loss or damage arising in connection with the development, construction, renovation, furnishing and equipping of the Premises (and pre-opening activities, if applicable), including, without limitation, the following:

      12.1.1 Extended Coverage, Boiler, Business Interruption and Liability Insurance.

      (a) Building insurance on the “Special Form” (formerly “All Risk” form) (including earthquake and flood in reasonable amounts as determined by Lessee) in an amount not less than 100% of the then “Full Replacement Cost” thereof (as defined below) or such other amount which is acceptable to Lessee, and personal property insurance on the “Special Form” in the full amount of the replacement cost thereof;

      (b) Insurance for loss or damage (direct and indirect) from steam boilers, pressure vessels or similar apparatus, now or hereafter installed in the Hotels, in the minimum amount of $5,000,000 or in such greater amounts as are then customary or as may be reasonably requested by Lessee from time to time;

      (c) Loss of income insurance on the “Special Form”, in the amount of one year of the sum of Base Rent plus Percentage Rent (as such terms are defined in and as determined pursuant to the Leases) for the benefit of Landlords, and business interruption insurance on the “Special Form” in the amount of one year of Gross Operating Profit, for the benefit of Lessee. All loss of income insurance proceeds shall be part of Gross Revenues;

      (d) Commercial general liability insurance, with amounts not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit for each occurrence and $2,000,000.00 for the aggregate of all occurrences within each policy year, as well as excess liability (umbrella) insurance with limit of at least $35,000,000 per occurrence, covering each of the following: bodily injury, death, or property damage liability per occurrence, personal and advertising injury, general aggregate, products and completed operations, and “all risk legal liability” (including liquor law or “dram shop” liability if liquor or alcoholic beverages are served at the Hotels);

      (e) Automobile insurance on vehicles operating in conjunction with the Hotels with limits of liability of at least $1,000,000.00 combined, single limit coverage; and

      (f) Insurance covering such other hazards and in such amounts as may be customary for comparable properties in the area of the Hotels and that is available from insurance companies, insurance pools or other appropriate companies authorized to do business in the states where the Hotels are located at rates which are economically practicable in relation to the risks covered as may be reasonably requested by Lessee and otherwise consistent with the costs allocated therefor in the Annual Operating Budget.

      12.1.2 Operational Insurance.

      (a) Workers’ compensation and employer’s liability insurance as may be required under Legal Requirements and as Manager may deem reasonably prudent covering all of Manager’s employees at the Premises, with such deductible limits or self-insured retentions as may be reasonably established from time to time by Manager;

      (b) Fidelity bonds, or dishonest employee insurance with limits and deductibles as may be reasonably requested by Lessee, covering Manager’s employees in job classifications normally bonded under prudent hotel management practices in the United States or otherwise required by law; and

      (c) Such other insurance in amounts as Manager in its reasonable judgment deems advisable for its protection against claims, liabilities and losses arising out of or connected with its performance under this Agreement, and otherwise consistent with the costs allocated therefor in the Annual Operating Budget.

      12.2 Replacement Cost. The term “Full Replacement Cost” as used herein shall mean the actual replacement cost of the Hotels requiring replacement from time to time including an increased cost of construction endorsement, if available, and the cost of debris removal. In the event either party to this Agreement believes that full replacement cost (the then-replacement cost less such exclusions) has increased or decreased at any time during the Term, it shall have the right to have such full replacement cost re-determined.

      12.3 Increase in Limits. If either party to this Agreement at any time deems the limits of the personal injury or property damage under the comprehensive commercial general liability insurance then carried to be either excessive or insufficient, such parties shall endeavor in good faith to agree on the proper and reasonable limits for such insurance to be carried and such insurance shall thereafter be carried with the limits thus agreed on until further change pursuant to the provisions of this Section.

      12.4 Blanket Policy. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Article XII, Manager may include the insurance required hereunder within the coverage of a so-called blanket policy or policies of insurance carried and maintained by Manager; provided, however, that the coverage afforded to the parties as required herein will not be reduced or diminished or otherwise be different from that which would exist under a separate policy meeting all other requirements of this Agreement by reason of the use of such blanket policy of insurance, and provided further that the requirements of this Article XII are otherwise satisfied.

      12.5 Costs and Expenses. The cost of maintaining insurance and costs related thereto shall be the responsibility of the Lessee. Insurance premiums and any costs or expenses with respect to the insurance, including, without limitation, agent’s and consultant’s costs used to place insurance or adjust claims, shall be Deductions. Premiums on policies for more than one year shall be charged pro-rata against Gross Revenues over the period of the policies and to the extent, through blanket policies, such premiums cover other hotels managed by Manager or owned by Lessee or any of its Affiliates, they shall be allocated based on rooms, number of employees, values or other methods as determined to be reasonable by Manager and Lessee. Any reserves, losses, costs, damages or expenses which are uninsured, self-insured, or fall within deductible limits shall be treated as a cost of insurance and shall be Deductions, subject to Article XXV.

      12.6 Policies and Endorsements.

      (a) Where permitted, all insurance provided for under this Article XII shall name Lessee as insured, and Manager, any Holder, the Landlords, and, if required, the Franchisors, as additional insureds. The party procuring such insurance shall deliver to the other party certificates of insurance with respect to all policies so procured, including existing, additional and renewal policies and, in the event of insurance about to expire, shall deliver certificates of insurance with respect to the renewal policies not less than ten (10) days prior to the respective dates of expiration.

      (b) All policies of insurance provided for under this Article XII shall, to the extent obtainable, be with insurance companies licensed or authorized to do business in the state in which the Premises are located, with a minimum rating of A or better in the Best’s Insurance Guide and an S&P rating of at least A+V (or such higher rating if so required by any Holder, Landlord or Franchisor), and shall have attached thereto an endorsement that such policy shall not be cancelled or materially changed without at least thirty (30) days’ prior written notice to Lessee. All insurance policies obtained pursuant to this Article XII shall contain a standard waiver of subrogation endorsement.

      12.7 Termination. Upon Termination of this Agreement with respect to one or more of the Hotels, an escrow fund in an amount reasonably acceptable to Manager and Lessee shall be established from Gross Revenues (or, if Gross Revenues are not sufficient, with funds provided by Lessee) to cover the amount of any costs which, in Manager’s reasonable business judgment, will likely need to be paid by Manager with respect to pending or contingent claims, including those which arise after Termination for causes arising during the Term of this Agreement. Upon the final disposition of all such pending or contingent claims, any unexpended funds remaining in such escrow shall be paid to Lessee.

      ARTICLE XIII TAXES AND DEBT SERVICE

      13.1 Taxes. All real estate and ad valorem property taxes, assessments and similar charges on or relating to the Premises during the Term of this Agreement shall be paid by Lessee or Landlord.

      13.2 Debt Service, Ground Lease Payments. In the event of a Hotel Mortgage and/or Ground Lease and upon direction of Lessee, Manager shall establish an account (the “Property Service Account”) to pay Debt Service and/or Ground Lease Payments in such periodic payments as required by any applicable Holder under any applicable Hotel Mortgage and/or landlord under any Ground Lease. The Property Service Account shall be funded by Landlord under the Lease from funds paid by Landlord to Lessee. In the event sufficient funds are unavailable for the payment of Debt Service and/or Ground Lease Payments from the Property Service Account, then Manager shall notify Lessee in writing of such insufficiency who shall in turn advise the Landlord under the applicable Lease to replenish the Property Service Account to provide funds for payment of Debt Service and/or Ground Lease Payments.

      ARTICLE XIV BANK ACCOUNTS

      14.1 Operating Account. All funds made available to Manager by Lessee for operation of the Premises, exclusive of those amounts described in Article VIII, shall be deposited into a checking account or accounts to be established in the name of Lessee (the “Operating Account”), consistent with the requirements of any Cash Management Agreements, if any. The Operating Account shall be interest bearing when possible. Subject to the limitation of Manager’s authority set forth herein, both Manager and Lessee shall be authorized to withdraw funds from said Operating Account, except that Lessee may withdraw funds from said account only if an Event of Default by Manager has occurred under this Agreement or an event has occurred that with the passage of time might be an Event of Default by Manager. Prior to any such withdrawal by Lessee, Lessee shall provide Notice of same to Manager, and Manager shall not be liable to Lessee for any checks written by Manager for operating expenses which are returned due to insufficient funds caused by such Lessee withdrawal. From time to time both Manager and Lessee shall designate signatory parties on such account and shall provide written notice of such designation or change in designation to the other party, and the signatures of such persons shall be formally and expressly recognized by the bank in which such account or accounts are maintained. The bank or banks to be utilized shall be selected and approved by Lessee and Manager. All monies received shall be deposited in, including, but not limited to, Gross Revenues, and expenses paid, including, but not limited to, Deductions, shall be paid from such bank checking account(s) except that Manager shall have the right to maintain payroll and petty cash funds and to make payments therefrom as the same are customary and utilized in the lodging business. Such funds shall not be commingled with Manager’s funds. Lessee shall have the right, as a Deduction to the respective Hotel, to audit said account or accounts at any reasonable time.

      14.2 Payroll Account. Manager may establish one or more separate bank accounts for handling payroll costs in the name of Lessee. Such accounts shall be in a bank selected by Lessee, and shall be handled exclusively by the individuals designated by Manager and approved in writing by Lessee. Funds shall be deposited in the payroll account or accounts from the Operating Account, as needed, in order to meet payroll requirements.

      14.3 Management of Operating Account. Until otherwise prescribed by Lessee in writing, the Operating Account shall be under the control of Manager, without prejudice, however, to Manager’s obligation to account to Lessee as and when provided herein. All receipts and income, including without limitation, Gross Revenues shall be promptly deposited in the Operating Account. Checks or other documents of withdrawal shall be signed only by the individual representatives of Manager approved in writing by Lessee and duly recognized for such purpose by the bank or banks in which the referenced accounts are maintained. Manager shall supply Lessee with fidelity bonds or other insurance insuring the fidelity of authorized signatories to such accounts, unless said bonds or other insurance shall have been placed by Lessee and delivered directly by the bonding or insurance company to Lessee. The cost of such fidelity bonds or other insurance shall be a Deduction, at Lessee’s expense, and subject to Lessee’s approval. Neither Lessee nor Manager shall be responsible for any losses occasioned by the failure or insolvency of the bank or banks in which the referenced accounts are maintained. Upon expiration or termination of this Agreement and the payment to Manager of all amounts due Manager hereunder upon such expiration or termination, as provided in this Agreement, all remaining amounts in the referenced accounts shall be transferred forthwith to Lessee, or made freely available to Lessee.

      14.4 Advance of Funds. Manager shall not be required to advance funds, and Manager shall not be obligated to incur any liability or obligation for Lessee’s account, without assurance that necessary funds for the discharge thereof will be provided by Lessee.

      14.5 Reserve Accounts. All reserve accounts established pursuant to this Agreement shall be placed in segregated interest-bearing accounts in the name of Lessee which interest shall be added to such reserve and serve to reduce the amount required to be placed in such reserve account.

      ARTICLE XV ACCOUNTING SYSTEM

      15.1 Books and Records. Manager shall maintain an adequate and separate accounting system in connection with its management and operation of the Premises. The books and records shall be kept in accordance with GAAP and the Uniform System of Accounts (to the extent consistent with GAAP) and shall be maintained at all times either on the Premises, at the principal office of the Manager, or in storage, for at least three (3) years after the Fiscal Year to which the books and records relate. Lessee, the beneficial owners of Lessee, the Landlords (to the extent permitted under the Leases), any Holder (to the extent permitted under the Hotel Mortgage), any Franchisor (to the extent permitted under any applicable Franchise Agreement), or their respective employees or duly authorized agents, shall have the right and privilege of examining and inspecting the books and records at any reasonable time. Upon termination of this Agreement, all such books and records shall be turned over to Lessee so as to insure the orderly continuance of the operation of the Hotels; provided however, that all such books and records thereafter shall be available to Manager at the Hotels at all reasonable times for inspection, audit, examination and copying for a period of three (3) years.

      15.2 Monthly Financial Statements. Within twenty-five (25) days following each Accounting Period, Manager shall furnish Lessee with respect to each of the Hotels an accrual basis balance sheet on Manager’s standard format in reasonable detail, together with a reasonably detailed accrual basis profit and loss statement for the calendar month next preceding and with a cumulative calendar year accrual basis profit and loss statement to date, including a comparison to the Annual Operating Budget and the Capital Improvements Budget and a statement of cash flows for each monthly and cumulative period for which a profit and loss statement is prepared. Further, from time to time as reasonably requested by Lessee, Manager shall provide a statement of bank account balances, an allocation to reserve accounts, a sources and uses statement, a narrative discussing any of the aforementioned reports and material variances from the Annual Operating Budget and the Capital Improvements Budget, such other reports and financial statements as Lessee may reasonably request and as are customarily provided by managers of similar hotel properties in the area of the Hotels without Manager receiving additional fees to provide same.

      15.3 Annual Financial Statements. Within forty-five (45) days after the end of each Fiscal Year, Manager shall furnish to Lessee year-end financial statements for the Hotels (including a balance sheet, income statement and statement of sources and uses of funds) which statements shall be unaudited and shall be prepared in accordance with GAAP and the Uniform System of Accounts (to the extent consistent with GAAP). Lessee will engage an independent certified public accounting firm to provide audited annual financial statements. Manager shall cooperate in all respects with such accountant in the preparation of such statements, including the delivery of any financial information generated by Manager pursuant to the terms of this Agreement and reasonably required by the Lessee’s accountant to prepare such audited financial statements.

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