This excerpt taken from the PENN 10-Q filed May 10, 2007.
7.1 Mechanics Liens: Tenant covenants and agrees to
keep the Property free and clear of and from any and all mechanics,
materialmens and other liens of record for work or labor done, services
performed, or materials, appliances or power contributed, used or furnished in
the construction of any Improvements upon the Premises or any alterations,
repairs or additions thereto which Tenant may make.
7.2 Contests: Tenant may, at its sole cost and expense,
contest any lien of the nature set forth in this Article. In the event of any such contest, Tenant
shall indemnify Landlord against all loss, cost, expense and damage resulting
therefrom. In the event Tenant contests
any such lien and sustains an adverse determination, Tenant shall nevertheless
not be in default if it satisfies the indebtedness in question within ten (10)
days after actual final determination by the court or administrative agency
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