(a) confirm that all inspectable areas of Demise Structures have been examined; (d) draw attention to any observed factors which may affect the safety of the Demise Structures; 18.8 The following shall apply in relation to every General Inspection, Principal Inspection and Condition Survey: (a) the Tenant is to provide a report from its engineer addressed to the Landlord and the Tenant on all the matters to be assessed by the engineer under clauses 18.1, 18.2, 18.4, 18.5, 18.6 and 18.7 as soon as reasonably practicable after such inspection; (b) if the report reveals that further investigations are required the Tenant shall arrange for such further investigations as are specified in the report as necessary; and, (c) the Tenant must (subject to compliance with the other terms of this Lease) undertake any Works which are necessary to safeguard the operation of the Railway Undertaking (including any works of repair which are to be carried out to the Critical Support Structures and the Demise Structures contained in the report within the timescales specified in the report, 18.9 For the avoidance of doubt, the Landlord is not obliged to accept the findings of any report and the Landlord's exercise of its discretion shall not be fettered in any way by the terms of any report and if the Engineer does not agree with the Tenant's engineer's report it may refer the matter as a dispute for determination under clause 26.3 provided that in relation to all matters concerning the operation of the Railway Undertaking the decision of the Engineer shall be final and binding on the parties, 18.10 The Tenant may request the Landlord to carry out any General Inspection required under clause 18.1 on its behalf in which case if the Landlord agrees to carry out such inspection it shall provide the Tenant with a copy of the report of such inspection as soon as soon as, reasonably practicable after such inspection and the Tenant shall be responsible for the Landlord's proper costs in carrying out such inspection, The Tenant's Guarantor, as a guarantor, covenants with the Landlord on the terms set out in schedule 6], As soon as reasonably practicable after the date of this Lease, the Tenant named in the Particulars is to apply to the Land Registry for first registration of the title to this Lease and apply for a note of this Lease to be entered on the title number(s) set out in clause LR2.1 of the Land Registry Particulars. 3.1 The Critical Works shall be designed by the relevant consultant with all due skill and care reasonably to be expected of design consultants experienced in preparing designs for comparable works (having regard to the proximity of the Railway Assets and Premises and the need to ensure the operation of the Railway Undertaking) and shall be carried out, constructed and completed by the relevant contractor: (a) in a good and workmanlike manner and free from any defect, (b) using good quality materials of their several kinds, (d) in accordance with all relevant codes of practice and British and European Standards, (e) in accordance with the relevant local authority's Considerate Contractor's Scheme and, (f) in accordance with all relevant LUL Standards, 3.2 The Tenant is to comply and to use reasonable endeavours to procure compliance by its consultants, contractors, agents and sub-contractors with all Legislation which may affect the Demised Premises or which relate to the Railway Undertaking and/or Railway Assets and Premises and which in each case affect or may affect the design or construction of any Critical Works. 18.6 Every five years (or sooner if required under clause 18.3) the Tenant shall procure that a close inspection of the fabric of the buildings making up the Demised Premises excluding any Critical Support Structures (the "Demise Structures") is carried out by an appropriately qualified engineer employed by the Tenant for providing professional engineering services to give detailed visual confirmation of the condition of the Demise Structures (a "Condition Survey"). Clause LR13 does not contain the full wording of form RX1. LR8. If any Legislation makes compliance with any of the terms of this Lease illegal or impossible: (a) no liability will arise in respect of any failure to comply with those terms and, 9. If you do not complete this clause HM Land Registry is not obliged to complete the easements by registration unless you make a separate application on form AP1 (rule 72A(3) of the Land Registration Rules 2003). We will need only certified copies of deeds or documents you send to us with HM Land Registry applications. Subject to the Landlord complying or procuring compliance with the Conditions of Entry, the Tenant is to permit the Landlord with or without workmen and all necessary plant, equipment, tools and appliances to enter and remain upon the Demised Premises: (a) to view the state of repair and condition of the Demised Premises, carry out investigations (including intrusive investigations) and/or to take a schedule of any dilapidations: (i) if in relation to the Demised Premises it has concerns as to the safety or operation of the Railway Undertaking and/or the Railway Assets and Premises, (iii) if it has reason to believe that the Tenant is in breach of its obligations in clause 5.13, (b) for the purpose of inspecting, rebuilding or executing maintenance, repairs, renewals and alterations to the Railway Assets and Premises, (c) to remove any obstruction to access to and/or egress from the Railway Assets and Premises, (d) to ascertain whether anything has been done which constitutes a breach or non- performance of any of the Tenant's Obligations, (e) to carry out a structural survey pursuant to clause 5.7, (f) to exercise any of the rights excepted and reserved to the Landlord by this Lease, (g) to undertake investigations (including the taking of samples) in, on or under the Demised Premises to ascertain the condition of the Demised Premises and the nature, extent and mobility of Hazardous Materials or Waste in, on or under the Demised Premises, (h) for any other proper reason or purposes connected with any dealing with the interest of the Landlord in the Demised Premises including the sale and/or mortgage of them, (i) (if the Landlord properly considers that the operation of the Railway Undertaking and/or the Railway Assets and Premises is or may be adversely affected or that access to the Railway Assets and Premises is or may be impeded) to carry out any Works that the Landlord properly considers necessary, including the carrying out of any Works in respect of which the Tenant is in default, whether as referred to in clauses 5 or 6 or otherwise. 26.2 Subject to Clause 26.3 any dispute as to any matter of law under this Lease or the nature of the matter to be determined shall be determined by the Courts in accordance with English Law. Don’t worry we won’t send you spam or share your email address with anyone. If you are claiming that your lease falls within one of the exceptions listed in Leases that do not have to contain prescribed clauses, you must include a certificate by a conveyancer (or some other satisfactory evidence) with your application that sets out why you claim that the lease is not a prescribed clauses lease (rule 58A(2) of the Land Registration Rules 2003). ), LR3. Complete clause LR9.3 with details of any contractual right on the part of the landlord to acquire the lease. Although Schedule 1A to the Land Registration Rules 2003 presents the prescribed clauses in the form of a table, you are only obliged to include the text of the clauses in a prescribed clauses lease. The requirements set out in that guide apply equally to prescribed clauses leases. Prohibitions. Application for standard form of restriction, LR14. means any Works to the Demised Premises which in themselves or in their execution: means any goods, materials or substances which are themselves or which incorporate substances which are generally known at the time of recommendation, specification or use to be deleterious to health and safety or the durability of the completed Critical Works in the particular circumstances in which they are used or are otherwise not in accordance with British Standards, codes of practice or good building practice or techniques, means LS 21 Moorfields Development Management Limited, or other party who is the Developer under the Development Agreement, means the agreement referred to in paragraph LR 5.2 of the Particulars. (d) the Landlord shall provide the Tenant with any information in relation to the Station Box Top and/or the structure of the Station Box which impacts the continued positioning of the Lobby Area directly on the Station Box Top. Tenant may not (a) sublet the Premises or assign this Lease to any person or entity in which Landlord owns an interest, directly or Within five (5) Business Days of completion of the survey report the Landlord is to supply to the Tenant a copy of the report which shall include the Engineer's recommendations (if any) for maintenance, repair or renewal of the Demised Premises and/or the Transfer Structure and/or the Ventilation Shaft (where the Ventilation Shaft forms part of the structure). Before registration is completed the parties to the lease may amend it to correct any errors or omissions in either the prescribed clauses, the body of the lease or any plan. purchase price) LR8 Prohibitions or Restrictions on disposing of the Lease LR9 Rights of Acquisition, e.g. Please do not make general reference to either: Where the lease contains 2 or more provisions that are relevant to the prescribed clauses, you should include in the prescribed clauses a cross reference to all of the relevant provisions. Requesting a reference to the legislation as part of the prescribed clauses will make identification of the application more straightforward for HM Land Registry staff and ensure that the correct entries appear in the register. Where an error or omission in the prescribed clauses has resulted in an entry being omitted from the register, only an application to include the omitted entry is needed. They are to hold the Property on trust for themselves as joint tenants OR The Tenant is more than one person. (a) Effective November 8, 1988, the dioxin-containing wastes specified in 40 CFR 261.31 as EPA Hazardous Waste Nos. This guide provides detailed information about the registration of prescribed clauses leases and other leases where the prescribed clauses are used. In a limited number of circumstances, a lease out of a registered estate in land and required to be completed by registration, does not have to contain the prescribed clauses (rule 58A(4)(c) and (d) of the Land Registration Rules 2003). 6.2 During the carrying out of any Critical Works the Tenant is to effect and maintain with Standard Insurers in the joint names of the Landlord and the Tenant and on terms approved by the Landlord (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed): (a) public liability insurance for not less than fifty million Pounds (£50,000,000) commensurate with the nature of the Critical Works and having regard to the level of insurance cover commonly required by prudent developers in relation to the conduct of such Critical Works at overstation developments at the relevant time in respect of each and every occurrence, (i) damage to or destruction of Critical Works under a contractor's all risks policy for an amount no less than the Reinstatement Cost of the Critical Works, (ii) personal injury to or death of any person arising out of or in the course of or caused directly or indirectly by the execution of the Critical Works, for no lesser amount that the Landlord reasonably requires and in the case of damage to the Critical Works being no less than the Reinstatement Cost of the Critical Works (subject to such insurance being available in the London market on reasonable commercial terms). The Tenant is to use reasonable endeavours to remedy such defects, shrinkages or faults as soon as reasonably practicable in accordance with the provisions of the relevant Building Contract. Restrictive covenants given in this lease by the Landlord in respect of land other than the Property LR11. Where pursuant to the terms of this Lease, a party (for the purposes of this clause 4 the Supplier) makes or is deemed to make a supply to another party (for the purpose of this clause, 4.3 Where, pursuant to the terms of this Lease, a party (for the purposes of this clause 4, the Payer) is required to pay, repay, reimburse or indemnify another party (for the purpose of this clause, If the Landlord reasonably believes that there is a material breach of the Tenant's Obligations and does not demand or accept payment of the rents or any other sums due under this Lease because to do so would waive such breach, the Tenant is to pay interest on those sums on the basis set out in clause, This information, if used by third parties, would be likely to prejudice the commercial interests of the Landlord and the Tenant] or any other sums payable to the Landlord under this Lease (but excluding, for the avoidance of doubt, amounts payable by the Tenant on account of VAT under clause, (a) put and keep the buildings and structures on the Demised Premises and all Conduits exclusively serving the Demised Premises, in good and substantial repair and condition provided that where such repair involves Critical Works such repair shall not be carried out without the Tenant complying with the Conditions of Work and LUL Standards (as applicable) and if the Tenant has made a proper application for consent to carry out such repair works it shall be deemed not to be in breach of its obligations in this clause, (d) without prejudice to the foregoing provisions of this clause, All repairs to the Demised Premises and the Drainage required pursuant to clauses, If the Tenant exercises its right pursuant to paragraph, (iii) if it has reason to believe that the Tenant is in breach of its obligations in clause, (e) to carry out a structural survey pursuant to clause, (i) (if the Landlord properly considers that the operation of the Railway Undertaking and/or the Railway Assets and Premises is or may be adversely affected or that access to the Railway Assets and Premises is or may be impeded) to carry out any Works that the Landlord properly considers necessary, including the carrying out of any Works in respect of which the Tenant is in default, whether as referred to in clause, If a notice is served on the Tenant by the Landlord and the Landlord has reason to believe the Tenant is in breach of its obligations under clause, 5.6 or the Landlord has reason to believe that the Tenant is in breach of its obligation under clauses, 5.8 If the required Works are due to a breach by the Tenant of the Tenant's Obligations referred to in Clause, 5.9 If the required Works are due to a combination of a breach of the Tenant's Obligations referred to in Clause, 5.10 If either party wishes, it may at its own cost commission an identical survey from a different engineer and if the parties are unable to agree on any aspect of the surveys, or recommendations then either party may refer the dispute for determination pursuant to clause, 26.3. If the Tenant is more than one person, complete this clause by omitting or deleting all inapplicable alternative statements. If the additional application is made after the application to register the lease has been completed, the appropriate fee under the current Land Registration Fee Order must be paid. Notwithstanding clauses 10.1(c) to 10.4 inclusive (but subject still to clauses 10.1(a) and 10.1(b)), the Tenant is permitted without the Landlord's consent to assign the whole of this Lease at any time to: (a) a group undertaking (provided always that if immediately prior to the assignment there is a guarantor of the Tenant the Tenant shall only be permitted to assign to, (i) a group undertaking who is of such covenant strength as at the date of assignment, that it would have been unreasonable for the Landlord to have refused assignment to it or (ii) a group undertaking whose obligations under this Lease are guaranteed by a guarantor which was not immediately prior to the relevant assignment a tenant or guarantor under this Lease and whose covenant strength (when taken together with that of the proposed assignee) is, as at the date of assignment, such that it would have been unreasonable for the Landlord to have refused assignment to it and such guarantee shall be substantially in the form set out at schedule 6 (subject to such changes as are reasonably necessary to reflect the then market practice and which are approved by the Landlord and the relevant guarantor (acting reasonably)), (b) a Joint Venture Vehicle (provided always that if immediately prior to the assignment there is a guarantor of the Tenant the Tenant shall only be permitted to assign to (i) a Joint Venture Vehicle which is of such covenant strength as at the date of assignment, that it would have been unreasonable for the Landlord to have refused assignment to it or (ii) a Joint Venture Vehicle whose obligations under this Lease are guaranteed by a guarantor or guarantors which was or were not immediately prior to the relevant assignment a tenant or guarantor under this Lease and whose covenant strength (when taken together with that of the proposed assignee) is, as at the date of assignment, such that it would have been unreasonable for the Landlord to have refused assignment to it and such guarantee shall be substantially in the form set out at schedule 6 (subject to such changes as are reasonably necessary to reflect the then market practice and which are approved by the Landlord and the relevant guarantor (acting reasonably)), (c) a s237 Assignee or from a s237 Assignee (once Tenant) to the previous Tenant under this Lease (provided that if immediately prior to the assignment to a s237 Assignee there is a guarantor of the Tenant an assignment to a s237 Assignee and. LR8. and to address the practical difficulties that conveyancers might face in securing execution of the lease by each lessee within the condensed timescale of a normal conveyancing transaction. The description should also include reference to any plan attached to the lease. (a) matters of safety in respect of the Railway Assets and Premises and/or the Railway Undertaking; (b) the operation of the Railway Undertaking and/or design, construction or operation of any part of the Railway Assets and Premises; or, (c) Works carried on over or in the vicinity of the Railway Assets and Premises, and in the event of any inconsistency between different rules, regulations, codes of practice standards or other documents the Landlord's decision as to hierarchy or application of each shall be final and conclusive. means a 12 month period commencing on 1 April and ending on 31 March or such other 12 month period as the Landlord may notify to the Tenant save that: means in relation to any company any other company in the same group of companies as that company within the meaning of section 42 of the 1954 Act as amended by the Companies Act 2006, has the same meaning as its definition in the Companies Act 2006, means any substance (whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form) which is capable of causing harm to human health or to the environment whether on its own or in combination with any other substance, means the Developer Works as defined in and carried out pursuant to and in accordance with the Development Agreement. It would be helpful if you do so in the form of, for example, ‘25 June 2006’ as this is the format in which HM Land Registry records such dates. Once we have made a scanned copy of the documents you send to us, they will be destroyed. PROHIBITIONS OR RESTRICTIONS ON DISPOSING OF THIS LEASE 2, is made on the date specified in clause LR1 and between the parties specified in clause LR3, means the Insolvent Partnerships Order 1994, means the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995, means the Approved Code of Practice under the CDM Regulations, means the premises numbered 1-4 (inclusive) on the plan annexed to this Lease headed "Address of TfL assets above ground level" at annexure 5, means an appointment or agreement to be entered into with any person or entity forming part of the Professional Team in connection with any Critical Works, means any Secretary of State or other minister of the Crown, government department or any European, public, local, statutory or other authority (including the police and fire brigade and any authority responsible for safety) having functions, powers or rights which extend to the Demised Premises and/or their use and occupation and includes any person or body acting under their authority, has the meaning set out in Section 16 of the Landlord and Tenant (Covenants) Act 1995, means either the base lending rate of Lloyds Banking Group plc or such other clearing bank nominated by the Landlord at any time or, if the clearing banks cease at any time to publish a base lending rate, such comparable rate of interest as the Landlord may reasonably determine, means any day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which banks are open in London for normal banking business, means a contract or contracts to be entered into in respect of the carrying out or implementation of any Critical Works which include piling and substructure, site enabling and demolition, mechanical electrical and public health, cladding and/or lift works, means the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007. means that the Landlord or the person or persons entering shall: schedule 5 and other conditions properly imposed pursuant to the provisions of schedule 5 to ensure the operation of the Railway Undertaking and/or the Railway Assets and Premises. A Condition Survey shall note any deterioration in condition of the Demise Structures or visible development of any wants of repair in the Demise Structures and appraise their effect on the Demise Structures. Premium (specify the total premium, inclusive of any VAT where payable. We will examine the lease to establish precisely which provisions of the Act affect the disposition and take the appropriate action. Such a provision may constitute an estate contract (even though no payment may be made for the surrender) and therefore an interest affecting the leasehold estate (Greene v Church Commissioners  Ch 457). 2.2 The Ground Rent for each Financial Year from the Term Commencement Date shall be an annual sum equal to the greater of: (i) the Landlord's Percentage of the Property Rents for the Financial Year in question; and, (ii) the Minimum Rent for the Financial Year in question, provided that for the period during which any Redevelopment is being carried out the Ground Rent in respect of such period shall be the Minimum Rent (or a proportionate part), 2.3 The Tenant shall make payments on account of the Ground Rent by quarterly instalments in advance on the Rent Payment Dates, the first of such payments in respect of the period, commencing on the Term Commencement Date up to (but excluding) the Quarter Day next thereafter to be made on the Term Commencement Date. the Landlord may install signage or equipment in the Tenant Signage Area, provided that such signage or equipment: (a) is necessary for the security of the Station or the safety and security of the general public and that no signage or other equipment dealing with the same or similar matter or matters has been installed by the Tenant in the Tenant Signage Area; (b) does not in any way obstruct or obscure any Tenant Signage; (c) is installed in a location within the Tenant Signage Area which is agreed to by the Tenant (acting reasonably); and. REPAIR, MAINTENANCE AND PROTECTION OF RAILWAY UNDERTAKING AND RAILWAY ASSETS AND PREMISES, 5.1 Tenant's General Repair and Maintenance Obligations, (a) put and keep the buildings and structures on the Demised Premises and all Conduits exclusively serving the Demised Premises, in good and substantial repair and condition provided that where such repair involves Critical Works such repair shall not be carried out without the Tenant complying with the Conditions of Work and LUL Standards (as applicable) and if the Tenant has made a proper application for consent to carry out such repair works it shall be deemed not to be in breach of its obligations in this clause 5.1 while a response to such application is outstanding, (b) (at the reasonable request of the Landlord) clean the louvres of the Ventilation Shaft, (c) maintain in good and substantial repair and condition any cladding installed within the Tenant Signage Area, (d) without prejudice to the foregoing provisions of this clause 5.1, provide shelter and protection from the Demised Premises and not withdraw support for the Railway Assets and Premises from such parts of the Demised Premises as are designed to or in fact do provide support shelter and protection to such Railway Assets and Premises (if any) at all times and ensure that the Railway Assets and Premises are protected from the ingress of water and not at any time to remove or lessen below the requirements of the Load Bearing Regime such support shelter or protection and at all times to take such steps as are reasonable and proper in respect of the state and condition of the Demised Premises to ensure the safety of the Railway Assets and Premises and all persons using the Railway Assets and Premises and in so doing (if conducting works) to comply with the Conditions of Work and LUL Standards, To keep in good and substantial repair and condition the drainage serving the Demised Premises and to ensure that such drainage operates in a manner which drains water away from the Railway Assets and Premises, All repairs to the Demised Premises and the Drainage required pursuant to clauses 5.1 and 5.2 are to be carried out in a good and workmanlike manner with good and proper materials in accordance with good building practice and in accordance with the requirements of all Legislation affecting such repairs or the means by which they are carried out, including the CDM Regulations the Conditions of Work and LUL Standards (where applicable), 5.4 Condition of the Existing Raft and Transfer Structure. (c) (where entry to the Demised Premises is necessary) comply with the Conditions of Entry; (d) not be entitled to deprive the Tenant of the use of the Demised Premises (or part of the Demised Premises) or the rights granted pursuant to this Lease (save where the Tenant is in breach of Tenant's Obligations relevant to the particular matter or concern of safety of the Railway Undertaking and/or the Railway Assets and Premises) unless the Landlord has agreed to compensate the Tenant appropriately for such loss. HM Land Registry will assess the fees on the VAT inclusive sum and use the information in clause LR7 to make an entry in the register of the price paid. 4.6 For the avoidance of doubt the labelling on the plan at annexure 9 in relation to materials to be used as part of the Initial Development and the location of features such as access panels and vents shown on that plan are indicative only. Note what is said in Exclusions from the land being leased about clauses preventing the benefit of an existing easement from passing to a tenant. It is acceptable for side headings in the table to appear as normal headings if you choose to present the information without table lines. 2.5 Where an Independent Person is to act as an arbitrator: (a) all submissions made or evidence supplied to him are to be in writing unless the parties agree within ten (10) Business Days of his appointment that this requirement does not apply, (b) the date of his award will be deemed to be the date on which he serves a copy of the award on the Landlord and the Tenant or, if the award is served on the Landlord and the Tenant on different dates, on the later of the two dates on which the award is served, (c) he will not be entitled to order the rectification, setting aside or cancellation of this Agreement or any other deed or document, (d) he will not be entitled to direct that the recoverable costs of the arbitration, or any part of it, be limited to a specified amount and, (e) he will not be entitled to require that security be provided in respect of the costs of the arbitration, 2.6 Responsibility for the costs of referring a dispute to an Independent Person, including costs connected with the appointment of the Independent Person but not the legal and other professional costs of any party in relation to a dispute, will be decided by the Independent Person and in the absence of a decision, they will be shared equally between the parties, 2.7 If either party does not pay any part of the costs of referring a dispute to an Independent Person and, as a result, the release of the Independent Person's decision or award is delayed, the other party will be entitled to pay those unpaid costs and the first party will reimburse those costs to the other on written demand together with interest at the Prescribed Rate calculated from and including the date on which they were paid to and including the date of reimbursement, [Note - load bearing information set out on pages 11 and 16 of Appendix 4 to the Development Agreement is to be inserted into this Schedule 8 at the time when the leases are to be granted, subject to any updates required as a result of design changes], (a) details of those parts of the Lettable Areas which were the subject of a lease or licence, or were otherwise occupied or utilised, (b) details of those parts of the Lettable Areas which were Occupied Premises, (c) details of the Property Rents, Excluded Receipts and Property Expenses, (d) details of any Notional Termination Date and of any expiration or determination of any lease, licence or other occupation or utilisation of the Lettable Areas (including details of any payments made in connection with such expiration or determination), together with details of any continuation, renewal or extension of any such arrangement, (e) details of any rent reviews or changes of income forming part of the Property Rents, including any revised rent payable pursuant to any such reviews, (f) details of any Notional Annual Rent (deemed received following the expiry of any Notional Rent Free Period) or Notional Reviewed Annual Rent, (h) if the Minimum Rent is to be revised in accordance with paragraph 4 of this schedule, details of the average annual Property Rent for the five completed Financial Years immediately preceding the date on which the revised Minimum Rent is to apply (subject to paragraph 4.4), (i) details as to whether any occupier of any part of the Lettable Areas was or is a Connected Person and, (j) details of any arrears of Property Rents relating to that Financial Year, (a) any person (including, without limitation, any partnership, body corporate or unincorporated association) connected, affiliated or associated with the Tenant or an Investment Undertenant in any way and includes (without limitation) the relationships specified in sections 445, 449, 1122 and 1124 of the Corporation Tax Act 2010 and, (a) details of those parts of the Lettable Areas expected by the Tenant to be the subject of an underlease or licence or to be otherwise occupied or utilised, (b) details of those parts of the Lettable Areas expected by the Tenant to be Occupied Premises, (c) details or estimates of the anticipated Property Rents, Excluded Receipts and Property Expenses, (d) details of any Notional Termination Date and of any expected expiration or determination of any underlease, licence or other occupation or utilisation of the Lettable Areas (including details of any expected payments to be made in connection with such expiration or determination), together with details of any continuation, renewal or extension of any such arrangements, (e) details of any rent reviews or changes of income forming part of the Property Rents, (f) details or estimates of any Notional Annual Rent or Notional Reviewed Annual Rent, (h) details of any review of Minimum Rent to occur and, (i) details as to whether any person expected to be in occupation of any part of the Lettable Areas is (or is expected to be) a Connected Person. 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