(1) The driveway and parking on Exhibits A and B are a constant relief for the successors in the Title Grantor for the parking of the vehicle and for the entry and exit to and from the land mentioned. As a result, Tract A is overwhelmed by this relief in favor of Grantor`s successors in the title of Wing B, and Tract B is also overwhelmed by this relief in favor of Grantor`s successors in the title tract A. Compatibility of construction and architecture. The REA generally provides that the developer will provide for all on-site and off-site improvements, which include the shopping centre, as well as improvements relevant to buildings located on the developer`s property. The major retailer will be responsible for the construction of the retail building. As a general rule, the REA requires each party to verify and approve each party`s work plans and specifications, creating architectural compatibility for all construction work in the mall. In addition, the REA generally provides that each party develops its improvements according to an approved construction schedule for both parties. The REA, or a separate development agreement, will require the major retailer to reimburse the developer a reasonable portion of the costs incurred by the developer to build the upgrades to the mall on and off site. Faculties, staff and students from other cu campuses who have a valid full-time permit from their respective campuses and visit the UCCS campus can park their vehicles in lots 100, 170, 220 and Level 5 of the Gateway Garage.

It is necessary to display the valid permission in the front window. If you do not have a full-time parking card, you must park in a toll parking lot that requires hourly/daily parking charges. 5. Use, reconquest of rights and rights of the first offer. Some REAs may require the large retailer to use its property for a particular use, or limit certain uses on the development field to the benefit of the large retailer. In the event that the large retailer is required to use its property for a specified use and to stop for a certain period of time (usually six months, but subject to an extension for conversions, losses or other events beyond the control of the large retailer), the developer may obtain the right to acquire ownership of the large retailer for fair market value. In theory, this gives the developer the right to „control“ their property or to rent or sell the large retail property to a user who uses his property for retail use compatible with the rest of the mall. The REA may also provide that if one party wishes to sell its property to an unrelated third party, the other party has a short „initial offer“ to acquire the seller`s property. The right to buy would be at a price that can be agreed upon by both parties. In the event that the parties are unable to obtain such a price agreement in a short period of time, the party wishing to sell its property would have the right to sell it to an unrelated third party. However, the REA may require the seller to return the property to the other party if he is unable to sell the property within a specified time frame at a price of 95% or more of the purchase price offered by the other party: mutual parking is not available at CU-Boulder if parking is reserved for events.