diligence to restore the Premises and the Building in the event of damage thereto (excluding Tenants Property (as defined in Section 8.4 hereof)) into proper condition for use and occupation and a just proportion of the Annual Fixed Rent, Tenants share of Operating Costs, Tenants share of real estate taxes and Tenants payments for electricity shall be abated from the date of the casualty according to the nature and extent of the injury to the Premises, until the Premises (and the common areas essential for Tenants use of the Premises, i.e. parking) shall have been restored by Landlord substantially into such condition except for punch list items. Notwithstanding anything herein contained to the contrary, so long as Landlord carries the property insurance required under this Lease, Landlord shall not be obligated to expend for such repair and restoration any amount in excess of the net insurance proceeds.
If such restoration is not completed within ten (10) months from the date of the fire or casualty, such period to be subject, however, to extension where the delay in completion of such work is due Force Majeure, as defined hereinbelow (but in no event beyond fourteen (14) months from the date of the fire or casualty), Tenant, as its sole and exclusive remedy, shall have the right to terminate this Lease at any time after the expiration of such ten (10) month period (as extended), which right shall continue until the restoration is substantially completed. Such termination shall be effective as of the thirtieth (30th) day after the date of receipt by Landlord of Tenants notice, with the same force and effect as if such date were the date originally established as the expiration date hereof unless, within thirty (30) days after Landlords receipt of Tenants notice, such restoration is substantially completed, in which case Tenants notice of termination shall be of no force and effect and this Lease and the Lease Term shall continue in full force and effect. When used herein, Force Majeure shall mean any prevention, delay or stoppage due to governmental regulation, strikes, lockouts, acts of God, acts of war, terrorists acts, civil commotions, unusual scarcity of or inability to obtain labor or materials, labor difficulties, casualty or other causes reasonably beyond Landlords control or attributable to Tenants action or inaction.
6.2 Uninsured Casualty
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Lease, if the Building or the Premises shall be substantially damaged by fire or casualty as the result of a risk not covered by the forms of casualty insurance at the time actually maintained or required to be maintained (whichever is greater) by Landlord and such fire or casualty damage cannot, in the ordinary course, reasonably be expected to be repaired within ninety (90) days from the time that repair work would commence, Landlord may, at its election, terminate the Term of this Lease by notice to the Tenant given within sixty (60) days after such loss. If Landlord shall give such notice, then this Lease shall terminate as of the date of such notice with the same force and effect as if such date were the date originally established as the expiration date hereof.
6.3 Rights of Termination for Taking
If the entire Building, or such portion of the Premises as to render the balance (if reconstructed to the maximum extent practicable in the circumstances) unsuitable for