Fires Sample Clauses

Fires. The Contractor shall not light fires within the forest area without permission of the Commission and shall take all reasonable and proper precautions under the direction of the Commission to prevent and to deal with fire in the said area or adjoining ground. The Contractor shall be responsible for any loss whatsoever through fire attributable to his negligence.
Fires. As the ESTATE is situated within a nature area the lighting of fires of any kind on the ESTATE is strictly forbidden.
Fires. 1. No open fires are permitted on the campsite, except in designated areas. i.e. fire pits. The Occupant, their family, guests and invitees are responsible to ensure that any fire in under control at all times and that such fire is fully extinguished after each use.
Fires. Fires are permitted provided that they are contained in a portable fire-safe container and positioned at least 2 meters away from any structure or combustible surface and in accordance with municipal bylaws. The Tenant shall not scorch or damage the grass or trees. Fires are to be attended at all times. Tenants must obey all fire ban or fire restriction regulations. Failure to comply with the foregoing will result in immediate termination of the Tenant’s Lease Agreement.
Fires. California Public Resource Codes Sections 4126 et seq. require sellers of real property located within state responsibility areas to advise buyers that the property is located within such a wildland zone, that the state does not have the responsibility to provide fire protection services to any structure within such a zone and that such zones may contain substantial forest/wildland fire risks. Government Code Sections 51178 et seq. require sellers of real property located within certain fire hazard zones to disclose that the property is located in such a zone. Sellers must disclose that a property located in a wildland or fire hazard zone is subject to the fire prevention requirements of Public Resources Code Section 4291 and Government Code Section 51182, respectively. Sellers must make such disclosure if either the sellers have actual knowledge that a property in such a zone or a map showing the property to be in such a zone has been provided to the county assessor. Properties, whether or not located in such a zone, are subject to fire/life safety risks and may be subject to state and local fire/life safety related requirements, including retrofit requirements. Broker has no verified knowledge of such zones, fire hazards or safely requirements with respect to the Property. Have your experts investigate and evaluate these matters. Flood Zones. According to Federal Emergency Management Agency. (Fidelity National Flood Map No. 6073C-1361F dated 5/19/97), the Property may or may not be located in an A or V flood zone and/or a dam inundation zone (Government Code Section 8589.5). Many lenders require flood insurance for properties located in flood zones, and government authorities may regulate problems, especially properties on a slope or in low-lying areas. Broker has not independently verified the existence or lack of existence of these conditions with respect to the Property. Buyers and tenant should have their experts confirm whether the Property is in a flood zone and otherwise investigate and evaluate these matters. SALE/LEASE DISCLOSURES
Fires. Other than barbecues in properly constructed barbecue pits or grills in strict compliance with the Association Rules and the Development Standards, or as otherwise expressly permitted in the Association Rules, no open fires shall be permitted on the Lots or the Common Areas, nor shall any other similar activity or condition be permitted which would tend to increase the insurance rates for the Common Areas or for other Owners.
Fires. No outside fires are allowed except inside a container used for cooking. NO BURNING OF TRASH.