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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON

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FOR THE COUNTY OF MULTNOMAH

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PLAYDATE PDX, LLC, an Oregon limited
liability company,

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Plaintiff,
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v.
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PEARL PDX, LLC, an Oregon limited
liability company;
Defendant.

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) Case No.
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) COMPLAINT FOR DAMAGES,
) DECLARATORY RELIEF AND
) INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
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) (Damages sought: at least $30,000 plus
) costs and attorneys' fees)
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) CLAIM NOT SUBJECT TO
) MANDATORY ARBITRATION
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For its Complaint against Pearl PDX, LLC ("Pearl PDX"), plaintiff PlayDate PDX
LLC ("PlayDate"), alleges as follows:
GENERAL ALLEGATIONS

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At all material times, PlayDate was and is an Oregon limited liability company

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with its principal place of business in Portland, Oregon. PlayDate is an indoor children's

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playground with an attached café for parents and private party rooms.

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operates in a building owned by Pearl PDX. The address of the building is 1420-1434

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NW 17th Ave, Portland, Oregon (the "Building"), which is located in Multnomah County,

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Oregon.
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PlayDate

At all material times, defendant Pearl PDX was and is an Oregon limited liability
company with its principle place of business in Portland, Oregon.

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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Shaowen Yu ("Yu") and his wife are the members of Pearl PDX. Yu is the

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manager and operator of Pearl PDX. Yu operates a business at the Building called US

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Wushu Center. Yu also owns and operates Monkey King Play House LLC, another

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indoor children's playground that also caters to parents with an attached café.
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As of 2010, Yu and Allport were co-owners of the Building. In February 2010,

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Plaintiff signed a lease (the "Lease") to rent space at the Building. Allport signed the

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Lease on behalf of both Yu and Allport.
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Yu acted as landlord in conjunction with Allport from, in relevant part, February

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2010 to December 11, 2013. He was involved in negotiation and performance of the

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Lease, and he exercised control of the Building:

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a) Yu and Allport were business partners who jointly owned the Building.

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b) Yu reviewed the Lease prior to its being executed.

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c) He reviewed Plaintiffs business plan and financial information in order to

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determine whether Plaintiff would be a suitable tenant.
d) He asked to meet with Plaintiff and its realtor prior to agreeing to allow
Plaintiff to become a tenant in the Building.
e) He established himself as the contact person for repairs and maintenance
of the Building and Plaintiffs rented Premises.
f) He was primarily responsible for the build-out of the premises for use by
Plaintiff.
g) He approved and disapproved of third-party vendors who performed
services at the Building and in Plaintiffs premises.

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY,SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 l FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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h) PlayDate — as well as the other tenants at the Building — were instructed

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to, and did, tender monthly rent checks payable to both Allport and Yu,

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who jointly owned a bank account for operation of the Building, and then

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eventually solely to Yu.

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On December 11, 2013, Yu and his wife accepted assignment of the Lease.

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On February 26, 2014, Yu and his wife assigned the Lease to defendant Pearl

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PDX. Pearl PDX took the Lease "subject to the covenants, conditions and provisions

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therein mentioned."
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On May 6, 2015, PlayDate and Pearl PDX entered into an Amendment to Retail

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Lease Dated February 18, 2010 (the "Amendment") by which the Lease was amended.

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The Lease and Amendment will be referred to collectively herein as the "Amended

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Lease." Unless otherwise noted for purposes of this Complaint, a reference to terms of

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the Amended Lease is the same as a reference to the terms of the Lease; only a few

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sections of the Lease were changed through the May 2015 Amendment. A copy of the

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Amended Lease is attached as Exhibit 1 and incorporated herein by this reference.

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FIRST CAUSE OF ACTION

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(BREACH OF LEASE AGREMENT)

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Count 1
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PlayDate hereby incorporates paragraphs 1 through 8, as though set forth in full

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herein.

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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knowledge of PlayDate's longstanding use of the walkway, the installation of the garage

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doors to facilitate such use, the representations that PlayDate could use the walkway as

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part of its café, and Allport's and Yu's approval of PlayDate's use of the walkway.

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Allport and Yu both reviewed the Lease and were involved in lease negotiations with

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PlayDate and were involved in the buildout of the Premises, including the installation of

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two garage doors that abut the walkway.
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PlayDate reasonably has relied on the Lease's definition of "Premises", the

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landlords' representations, and those landlords' approval of PlayDate's use of the

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walkway as part of the Premises in conducting its business over the past 5 years and

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agreeing to rent space at the Building in the first place.
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On September 29, 2015, after more than 5 years of PlayDate using the front

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walkway as its Premises, Pearl PDX issued a notice to PlayDate claiming the walkway

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was not part of PlayDate's Premises and requested PlayDate to "immediately cease

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business use of the walkway and remove all its equipment (tables and chairs) from the

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walkway."
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Prior to filing this lawsuit, PlayDate requested that Pearl PDX suspend the notice

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concerning the walkway to allow the opportunity for Pearl PDX and PlayDate to resolve

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the parties' dispute through mediation without litigation. Pearl PDX refused to suspend

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the notice concerning the walkway.
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Also pursuant to the Amended Lease, "Landlord warrants that as long as Tenant

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complies with all terms of this Lease it shall be entitled to possession of the Premises

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 l FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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Paragraph 5 of the Amendment which is part of the Amended Lease states: "Any

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reference to parking in Section 5(f) of the Lease is stricken in its entirety and no longer

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of any force or effect. The parking agreement between the parties is set forth in Exhibit

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A attached [to the Amendment] and incorporated herein by this reference. Further, the

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back parking lot will be designated for customers only. [Pearl PDX] will enforce the

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parking requirements among all tenants in the building and will do so in an even —

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handed and uniform manner, without favoring one tenant over another tenant."
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A triangular portion of the Northeast end of the rear parking lot is owned by the

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Oregon Department of Transportation (the "State-Owned Portion"). Exhibit A to the

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Amendment states that the State-Owned Portion will remain "unregulated."
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Contrary to this promise, on July 21, 2015, Pearl PDX announced that the State-

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Owned Portion of the rear lot was to be reserved parking only for the US Wushu Center,

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which is another tenant in the building which is wholly owned and operated by Yu.

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Signs setting forth these regulations were installed at the direction of Pearl PDX on July

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22, 2015.
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Further, on September 16, 2015, Pearl PDX issued property rules (the "Rules")

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that included parking regulations. A copy of the rules is attached as Exhibit 2 and

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incorporated herein by reference.
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The July 21 policy, the posted signs, and the rules violate the Amended Lease in
that they purport to regulate the State-Owned Portion.

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1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-11111 FACSIMILE (503) 248-0130

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free from any eviction or disturbance by Landlord or parties claiming through Landlord."

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(Ex. 1 § 32.)
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PlayDate has complied with all terms of the Amended Lease. PlayDate has
performed all conditions precedent required of it under the Amended Lease.
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Pearl PDX's actions in breaching the Amended Lease have damaged PlayDate

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in that it has been precluded from using a part of its Premises for the purposes agreed

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upon in the Amended Lease, and has been precluded from enjoying without disturbance

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all of the Premises it has the right to use for its business under the Amended Lease.
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The amount of PlayDate's damages will be proven at trial, but include labor costs

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to remove its personal property from the walkway, storage costs to store its personal

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property, lost profits resulting from the absence of an outdoor café seating area, rent

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abatement based on the percentage of the Premises it has been denied from using for

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however long such denial lasts and attorneys' fees and costs in interpreting and

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attempting to enforce the Amended Lease.
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Pursuant to the Amended Lease, PlayDate is entitled to recover attorneys' fees

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incurred in connection with bringing this action, plus its costs and disbursements

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incurred herein.
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PlayDate hereby incorporates and re-alleges paragraphs 1 through 8, as though
set forth in full herein.

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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Paragraph 5 of the Amendment which is part of the Amended Lease states: "Any

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reference to parking in Section 5(f) of the Lease is stricken in its entirety and no longer

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of any force or effect. The parking agreement between the parties is set forth in Exhibit

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A attached [to the Amendment] and incorporated herein by this reference. Further, the

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back parking lot will be designated for customers only. [Pearl PDX] will enforce the

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parking requirements among all tenants in the building and will do so in an even —

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handed and uniform manner, without favoring one tenant over another tenant."
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A triangular portion of the Northeast end of the rear parking lot is owned by the

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Oregon Department of Transportation (the "State-Owned Portion"). Exhibit A to the

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Amendment states that the State-Owned Portion will remain "unregulated."
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Contrary to this promise, on July 21, 2015, Pearl PDX announced that the State-

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Owned Portion of the rear lot was to be reserved parking only for the US Wushu Center,

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which is another tenant in the building which is wholly owned and operated by Yu.

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Signs setting forth these regulations were installed at the direction of Pearl PDX on July

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22, 2015.
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Further, on September 16, 2015, Pearl PDX issued property rules (the "Rules")

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that included parking regulations. A copy of the rules is attached as Exhibit 2 and

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incorporated herein by reference.
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The July 21 policy, the posted signs, and the rules violate the Amended Lease in
that they purport to regulate the State-Owned Portion.

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-11111 FACSIMILE (503) 248-0130

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As a result, PlayDate has been damaged in an amount to be proven at trial.
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All conditions precedent to performance of Pearl PDX's parking obligations have
occurred or been performed.
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Pursuant to the Amended Lease, Plaintiff is entitled to recover the attorneys' fees

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Plaintiff has paid for interpreting or enforcing any provision of the Amended Lease or

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with respect to any dispute relating to the Amended Lease. (Ex. 1 § 26.)

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SECOND CAUSE OF ACTION

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(Declaratory Relief)
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PlayDate hereby incorporates and re-alleges paragraphs 1 through 8 and 24
through 31 as though set forth in full herein.
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On September 16, 2015 Pearl PDX issued the Rules, a copy of which is attached
as Exhibit B and incorporated herein by this reference.
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Paragraph 31(h) of the Amended Lease states that it shall not be amended or
modified except•by agreement in writing, signed by the parties thereto.
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Section 5(f) of the Lease authorizes Pearl PDX to issue reasonable rules

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respecting the use of the Premises. Prior to the Lease Amendment, section 5(f) also

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authorized Pearl PDX to issue rules concerning parking. However, pursuant to the

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Lease Amendment, any reference to parking in section 5(f) is stricken and the

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agreement between PlayDate and Pearl PDX concerning parking is set forth in the

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SUSSMAN SHANK LLP, ATTORNEYS AT LAW
1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE(503)248-0130

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Lease Amendment, section 4. The parking agreement in section 4 of the Lease

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Amendment does not allow Pearl PDX to issue new, additional, or different rules from

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that agreed to between the parties in the Lease Amendment.

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Pearl PDX's Rules violate the Amended Lease as follows:

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a) Pearl PDX has issued regulations concerning parking that are not

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allowed by the Amended Lease. Specifically, the Amended Lease

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does not allow Pearl PDX to install parking signs that differ from the

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Amended Lease provisions or impose any other regulations on the

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back parking lot.

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b) Pearl PDX has imposed regulations on the State-Owned Portion of the

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lot, despite Pearl PDX's promise in the Amended Lease that the State-

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Owned Portion of the lot would remain unregulated.

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c) Pearl PDX attempts to "incorporate by reference" the Rules into the

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Amended Lease. The Amended Lease does not allow Pearl PDX to

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unilaterally change the terms of the Amended Lease.

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PlayDate- has attempted to resolve its differences with Pearl PDX prior to filing

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this action without success. Indeed, Pearl PDX has refused to suspend or withdraw

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either its Rules or its notice to PlayDate that PlayDate has violated the Rules. As such,

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a justiciable controversy exists between the parties. PlayDate seeks a declaration from

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the court setting forth the rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the matters

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set forth above.

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Pursuant to the Lease, Plaintiff is entitled to recover attorneys' fees in connection
with bringing this action.

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1000 SW BROADWAY,SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503) 227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503) 248-0130

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THIRD CAUSE OF ACTION

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(Breach of Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing)

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PlayDate hereby incorporates and re-alleges paragraphs 32 through 38 as
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Pearl PDX has certain discretion in maintaining and managing the Building. For

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example, Pearl PDX may enact "reasonable" rules as set forth in Section 5(f) of the

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Amended Lease.

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As discussed in paragraphs 26, 27, 28, and 36, above, the Rules promulgated by
Pearl PDX are not reasonable.

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Additionally, after agreeing to receive a fixed sum from PlayDate for maintenance

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expenses pursuant to the Amended Lease, Pearl PDX chose to reduce the level of

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maintenance services at the Building, especially as to power washing and cleaning the

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parking lots. PlayDate has had to perform those maintenance tasks using its own labor

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and expense.

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By exercising its discretion is the foregoing manner, Pearl PDX has breached the
covenant of good faith and fair dealing.

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Pearl PDX's misfeasance appears to be motivated in part by the desire of Pearl

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PDX's principal, Yu, to compel PlayDate to leave the Building so that Yu may operate in

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PlayDate's Premises, or at the very least so that Yu may more effectively compete with

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PlayDate in his own business, Monkey King Play House LLC ("Monkey King"). This

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1000 SW BROADWAY,SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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motive is evidericed by the following, among other things:

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a. Yu owns and operates Monkey King, which is also an indoor children's play

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space with a café for parents (and which opened after PlayDate provided its

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business plan to Yu in conjunction with PlayDate's tenancy application);

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b. During a discussion between Allport and Yu in 2010, when the co-landlords

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were deciding the terms of PlayDate's lease and the buildout of PlayDate's

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space, Yu told Allport that if PlayDate moved out because of harsh lease

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terms, Yu would take over PlayDate's space and run its business;

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c. In 2013, Yu told patrons at his Monkey King business that they should not

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patro6ize

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had not yet been filed or covered in the media, suggesting that Yu and the

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plaintiffs attorneys had been discussing the matter);

PlayDate due to personal injury lawsuits (strangely, the lawsuits

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d. Pearl PDX has imposed its "Rules," and taken other actions (including filming

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and harassing PlayDate employees attempting to use the common area

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restroom) in order to conjure some argument that PlayDate is in default under

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the Amended Lease.

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e. Pearl PDX's conversations with the Oregon Department of Transportation

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(ODOT) in May 2015 — contemporaneous with negotiations over the

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Amended Lease which addressed parking issues at the Building — in which

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Yu and his representative asked ODOT to block the State Owned Portion of

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the rear parking lot which PlayDate employees and customers use; and

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f. Pearl PDX and PlayDate recently concluded a year-long litigation settled by,
among other things, creation of the Amended Lease.

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PlayDate has suffered damages from Pearl PDX's breaches of the covenant of

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good faith and fair dealing. The amount of PlayDate's damages will be proven at trial,

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1000 SW BROADWAY,SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 FACSIMILE (503) 248-0130

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but include labor costs to remove its personal property from the walkway, storage costs

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to store its personal property, lost profits based on the inability to use the walkway as an

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outdoor café, rent abatement based on the percentage of the Premises blocked from

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PlayDate's use, the costs of maintenance PlayDate has had to perform because Pearl

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PDX has not, and the attorneys' fees associated with addressing the various rules,

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notices and conduct in which Pearl PDX has engaged.

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Pursuantto the Lease, Plaintiff is entitled to recover attorneys' fees in connection

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with bringing this action — in addition to recovering the attorneys' fees expended prior to

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bringing this lawsuit.

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FOURTH CAUSE OF ACTION

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(PROMISSORY FRAUD)

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46.
Plaintiff hereby incorporates paragraphs 39 through 45 as though set forth in full.

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The Lease was amended as of May 2015, to form the Amended Lease, which is
attached as Exhibit 1 and incorporated herein by reference.

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A material term of the Amended Lease were the regulations concerning parking

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as set forth in the text of the Amended Lease itself and in the exhibits thereto. Pearl

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PDX knew that, parking was a material term as the parties had negotiated about it

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repeatedly and even consulted a mediator concerning it.

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When the Amended Lease eventually was executed, it incorporated an Exhibit A
specifying that the State-Owned Portion of the lot would remain unregulated.

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1000 SW BROADWAY,SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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50.

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Pearl PDX intended that PlayDate rely on this material term of the Amended

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Lease. Indeed, that term was offered in order to induce PlayDate to settle litigation that

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it had filed in this Court against Pearl PDX, Yu and his wife. (Case No. 1404-05068.)

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Pearl PDX knew that its representation that it would leave the State-Owned

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Portion unregulated was false, and Pearl PDX had no intention of allowing the State-

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Owned Portion to remain that way.

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In fact, Pearl PDX, through Mr. Yu and other agents had been asking the Oregon

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Department of Transportation to barricade that portion of the lot so as to deny the

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Building's tenants, and those tenants' customers, use of the lot. Copies of pertinent

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notes and correspondence obtained from the Oregon Department of Transportation are

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attached collectively as Exhibit 3 and incorporated herein by reference.

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PlayDate has been damaged as a result of Pearl PDX's fraud in that it has

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expended resources and attorneys' fees in interpreting and enforcing the Amended

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Lease, including documenting the amendment to the Lease that Pearl PDX never

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intended to follow; paying one half of the fee for a mediator to interpret the amendment

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to the Lease that Pearl PDX never intended to follow; uncovering Pearl PDX's

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fraudulent conduct by ordering and reviewing correspondence from the Oregon

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Department of Transportation; and analyzing and responding to Pearl PDX's various

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notices, conduct and proclamations concerning parking — all of which violate the

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Amended Lease. PlayDate has incurred approximately $32,171.02 in attorneys' fees

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and costs stemming from the foregoing.

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1000 SW BROADWAY, SUITE 1400, PORTLAND, OREGON 97205-3089
TELEPHONE (503)227-1111 I FACSIMILE (503)248-0130

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The Amended Lease authorizes PlayDate to recover its attorney fees "in the event of a

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suit, action, arbitration or other proceeding of any nature whatsoever." (Ex. 1 § 26.).

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WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays for the following relief:
On the First Cause of Action:
1. Damages according to proof, including attorneys' fees incurred in interpreting

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and attempting to enforce the Amended Lease (per § 26).

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2. An injunction requiring compliance with the Amended Lease.

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3. Reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in this action.
On the Second Cause of Action:
1. A declaration that:

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a. The Rules are not incorporated into the Amended Lease.

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b. The Amended Lease authorizes only two parking regulations in the

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rear parking lot: no parking over three hours and parking for customers

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only.

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c. Pearl PDX may not impose any regulations, such as painting stripes or
placing signs, on the State-Owned Portion of the rear parking lot.
2. Reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in this action.
On the Third Cause of Action:
1. Damages according to proof, including attorneys' fees incurred in interpreting

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and attempting to enforce the Amended Lease (per § 26).

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2. An injunction requiring compliance with the Amended Lease.

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3. Reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in this action.

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On the Fourth Cause of Action:
1. Damages according to proof, but estimated to exceed $30,000.00.

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2. Reasonable attorneys' fees incurred in interpreting and attempting to enforce
the Amended Lease (per § 26).
On All Causes of Action:

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1. Costs and disbursements.

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2. Such further relief as the Court deems necessary and just.

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Dated this 9th day of October 2015.
SUSSMAN SHANK LLP

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By s/ Clifford S. Davidson
Jason W. Alexander, OSB No. 962098
jalexandersussmanshank.com
Clifford S. Davidson, OSB No. 125378
cdavidson@sussmanshank.com
Attorneys for Plaintiff

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Trial Attorneys: Jason W. Alexander
Clifford S. Davidson

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Standard Form of RETAIL LEASE
02004 PORTLAND METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION OF BUILDING OWNERS AND MANAGERS

RETAIL LEASE

Between:

Michael Allport
("Landlord")
And

PlayDate PDX
("Tenant")

Dated RE), 1

, 2010

Exhibit
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TERM
(c)Place of Payment

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SECURITY DEPOSIT

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ADDITIONAL RENT
(a)
NNN Expenses
(b)
Payment of NNN Expenses

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INSURANCE; INDEMNITY
(a)
Insurance
(b)
Increases in Premiums
(c)
Indemnity; Tenant's Insurance

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USE OF PREMISES

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TENANT IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS

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REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
Landlord's Responsibilities
(a)
(b)
Tenant's Responsibilities
(c)
Inspections
(d)
Landlord's Work

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LIENS; TENANTS TAXES

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UTILITIES

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ICE,SNOW,AND DEBRIS

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WAIVER OF SUBROGATION

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INJURY TO TENANTS PROPERTY

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DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION
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Partial Destruction
(b)
Substantial Damage
(c)
Restoration

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EMINENT DOMAIN
Partial Taking
(a)
(b)
Substantial Taking of the Property
Substantial Taking of Premises
(c)
Definition
(d)

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BANKRUPTCY

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DEFAULT

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17.

REMEDIES ON DEFAULT

18.

SURRENDER AT EXPIRATION
(a)
Condition of Premises
(b)
Fixtures
(c)
Holdover

10
10
10
10

19.

ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING
(a)
Landlords Consent
(b)
Payment to Landlord and Termination of Lease

10
10
11

20.

SUBORDINATION

11

9

21.

ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE

11

22.

PERFORMANCE BY LANDLORD

11

23.

LANDLORD'S RIGHT TO CURE DEFAULT

11

24.

INSPECTION

11

25.

FOR SALE AND FOR RENT SIGNS

11

26.

ATTORNEYS'FEES

12

27.

NOTICES

12

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28.

BROKERS

12

29.

LATE CHARGES

12

30.

NO PERSONAL LIABILITY

12

31.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

12

32.

QUIET ENJOYMENT

13

33.

WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL

13

34.

EXHIBITS AND ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS

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2004 PORTLAND METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION OF BUILDING OWNERS AND MANAGERS
SUMMARY OF FUNDAMENTAL PROVISIONS
Following is a summary of the basic provisions contained in the Lease. In the event of any conflict between any provision
contained in this Summary and a provision contained in the balance of the Lease,the latter shall control.
A. Name of Landlord:

Michael Allport

B. Address and Facsimile Number
for Notices to Landlord:

2627 NE Thompson
Portland , OR 97212
503 223 9182 Fax
503 939 8226 cell

C. Address for Rent Payments:

Same

D. Name of Tenant and Address of Premises:

PlayDate PDX LLC
1434 NW 17th Ave
Portland, OR 97209

E. Address and Facsimile Number
for Notices to Tenant:

Same
1434 NW 17th Ave.
Portland, OR 97209

D. Trade Name Under Which Tenant Will
Operate at Premises:

PlayDate PDX

E. Business To Be Conducted By Tenant
at Premises:

Children's play and recreation area, learning facility and associated cafe facility

F. Approximate Floor Area of Premises:

7652

G. Lease Term:

Five(5) years and six (6) months

H. Estimated Commencement Date:

April 15, 2010

I.

See Section 1(b)

Base Rent:

J. Initial NNN Per Sq. ft. Rate:

29(cents)

K. Landlord's Broker:

None

L. Tenant's Broker:

Debbie Thomas Real Estate

M. Prepaid Rent

$9219

N. Security Deposit:

$10,781

O. Guarantors Name and Address:

Shawn Van Deusen
3400 SE 165th Ave.
Vancouver, WA. 98683

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Landlord Is constructing or will construct certain improvements listed below in (the "Building") on that certain
property located at 1434 NW 171h Ave., in the City of Portland, County of Multnomah, and State of Oregon(the "Property').
Landlord hereby leases to Tenant and Tenant hereby leases from Landlord certain space on the Property
consisting of approximately 7652 square feet, as outlined on the attached Exhibit A (the "Premises") on the terms and
conditions set forth in this Lease.
1. TERM
The term of this Lease (the "Term") shall be for a period of sixty six (66) months, commencing on the first to occur of the following
dates: (a)) the date on which Tenant begins to transact business on, at, or from the Premises, or (b)0 days after Landlord has
delivered possession of the Premises to Tenant with any work to be performed by Landlord In the Premises (as agreed by Landlord
In an exhibit attached to this Lease) substantially completed (the "Commencement Date"). Tenant shall complete any work required
in the Premises, and approved by Landlord pursuant to Section 6, within 10 days after Landlord delivers possession of the Premises
to Tenant. If the first day of the Term shall be a day other than the first day of a calendar month, then the Term shall be deemed
extended by the number of days between the Commencement Date of this Lease and the first day of the first calendar month
thereafter, so that the Term shall expire at the end of a calendar month. In the event Landlord allows Tenant the right to early
possession of the Premises for the purpose of installation of Tenant's improvements to the Premises or for other purposes, Tenant's
entry Into the Premises shall be subject to all terms and conditions of this Lease except the payment of Rent. Tenant's entry shall
mean entry by Tenant, its officers, contractors, employees, licensees, agents, servants, guests, invitees, and visitors. If Landlord,
for any reason, does not deliver possession of the Premises on the estimated commencement date set forth in the Summary of
Fundamental Provisions (the "Estimated Commencement Date"), this Lease shall not be void or voidable, nor shall Landlord be
liable to Tenant for any loss or damage resulting from such delay. In that event, however, Landlord shall deliver possession of the
Premises as soon as reasonably practicable. If Landlord is delayed in delivering possession to Tenant for any reason attributable to
Tenant, this Lease shall commence on the Estimated Commencement Date set forth in the Summary of Fundamental Provisions.
(a)Contingencies

If Landlord, for any reason not attributable to Tenant, Is unable to deliver possession of the Premises within 120 days following the
Estimated Commencement Date, then either party may terminate this Lease by written notice given within ten days following such
party's acquiring knowledge of such delay.

RENT
Beginning on the Commencement Date and continuing during the entire Term, Tenant shall pay to Landlord as rent for each ''Lease
Year "Base Rent" as defined in this Section and "Additional Rent" as defined In this Section. The term "Lease Year shall mean the
period from the Commencement Date through the first December 31st following the Commencement Date, January 1st through
December 31st for each subsequent full calendar year during the Term, and January 1st to the end of the Term for the final Lease
Year. All Rent shall be paid when due without notice, offset, or deduction or for any reason.
(b)Base Rent
The initial monthly base rent during the Term ("Base Rent")shall be $7000 except as follows:
Months 1-2

FREE RENT/only NNN* due

Month 3

$7,000 plus NNN from deposit

Month 4

Free/only NNN due

Month 5

$3500 plus NNN

Month 6

$3500 plus NNN

Month 7

$3500 plus NNN

Month 8

$3500 plus NNN

Month 9

$3500 plus NNN

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Months 10-36

$7,000.00 plus NNN*

Months 36-48

$7,210.00 plus NNN*

Months 48-66

$7418.00 plus NNN

Base Rent shall be paid in advance on or before the first day of each calendar month during the Term, except for the first calendar
month. Upon execution of this Lease, Tenant shall pay to Landlord Base Rent for the first full calendar month of the Term which is
set forth on the Summary of Fundamental Provisions. If the first month of the Term shall be a partial month, Base Rent shall be
prorated on a daily basis, based on the actual number of days in such month, and the amount due for such partial month shall be
paid on or before the first day of the first full calendar month following the Commencement Date.
(c)Place of Payment
Tenant shall pay Rent and other amounts required to be paid by Tenant hereunder to Landlord at the address
for Landlord set forth on the Summary of Fundamental Provisions of this Lease, or at such other place as Landlord may from time to
time designate in writing.
2.

SECURITY DEPOSIT

Upon execution of this Lease, Tenant shall pay to Landlord a sum equal to the amount set forth on the Summary of Fundamental
Provisions, as security for the full and faithful performance by Tenant of all of the covenants and terms of this Lease required to be
performed by Tenant. Such security deposit shall be returned to Tenant after the expiration of this Lease, provided Tenant has fully
and faithfully carried out all of Tenant's obligations hereunder, including the payment of all amounts due to Landlord hereunder and
the surrender of the Premises to Landlord in the condition required in this Lease. However, Landlord, at its option, may apply such
sum on account of the payment of the last month's Base Rent or other unpaid Tenant obligations, in which latter event, Tenant shall
replace any such sum applied by Landlord immediately upon notice from Landlord of such requirement. Such sum may be
commingled with other funds of Landlord and shall not bear interest. In the event of a sale of the Property, Landlord shall have the
right to transfer the security deposit to the purchaser to be held under the terms of this Lease, and Landlord shall thereupon be
released from all liability for the return of the security deposit. Tenant agrees to look solely to the new landlord for the return of the
security deposit.
3.

ADDITIONAL RENT
(a) NNN Expenses

In addition to Base Rent, Tenant shall pay to Landlord an amount determined annually which will cover Tenant's share of all real
property taxes and assessments levied, assessed, or imposed during the Term upon the Property (Taxes") and the costs of
insurance provided by Landlord pursuant to Section 4(a)("Insurance"). a proportionate share of the Operating Expenses incurred by
Landlord in connection with the Property. The term "NNN Expenses" shall mean all expenses paid or incurred by Landlord or on
Landlords behalf, as reasonably determined by Landlord to be necessary or appropriate for the efficient operation, management,
maintenance, and repair of the land and the Building and including amounts for all water and sewer facilities, garbage collection,
recycling,. NNN Expenses shall also Include the cost of any reasonable capital improvement to the Property or Building, amortized
with a reasonable finance charge over the shorter period of (i) its useful life or (II) the longest period during which the cost can be
amortized under applicable tax laws; provided, however, that such capital improvements shall not increase the NNN expense
related to capital improvements by more than 20% over the prior year's NNN amount. Capital expenditures contemplated in this
section shall not include roof repairs that shall remain the sole responsibility of the Landlord unless such repairs are necessitated by
the Tenants actions. NNN Expenses might also include a reasonable management fee to be paid by Tenant to Landlord in an
amount equal to Landlord's total management fee multiplied by Tenant's share of NNN Expenses for the leased areas of the
Building. The reasonable management fee shall not exceed 10% of the total NNN expenses. Tenant shall pay to Landlord an
amount each month which is equal to 1/12 of the estimated Annual NNN Expenses, as provided in Section 3(b) below. Tenant's
Proportionate Share of Operating Expenses shall .29 cents per square foot per month times the square footage of leased spaced
defined by the lease.
(b) Payment of NNN Expenses
Landlord shall notify Tenant of Tenant's required estimated monthly payments of NNN expenses. Beginning on the
Commencement Date, and continuing throughout the Term, Tenant shall make such monthly payments on or before the first day of
each calendar month. Landlord may, from time to time, by written notice to Tenant, change the estimated monthly amount to be
paid. No interest or earnings shall be payable by Landlord to Tenant on any amount paid under this Section 3, and Landlord may
commingle such payments with other funds of Landlord. Landlord shall, within 90 days after the close of each calendar year or as
soon thereafter as is practicable, deliver to Tenant a written statement setting forth the actual NNN Expenses for the prior year
together with a computation of the charge or credit to Tenant of any difference between the actual cost and the estimated cost paid
by Tenant for such period; and any such difference shall be applied to amounts subsequently due from Tenant to Landlord, or if no
such sums are or will be owed, then such sums shall be paid or reimbursed, as applicable, within ten days after Landlord gives
Tenant notice thereof. If Tenant has any objections to the annual statement made by Landlord, such objections shall be made in
writing given to Landlord within 30 days after the statement is submitted to Tenant. If no objection is made within such time period,
the annual statement shall be conclusive and binding on Tenant. If Tenant desires to review any of Landlord's records pertaining to
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NNN Expenses, Tenant may do so after reasonable prior notice given to Landlord, but no more often that once during any calendar
year. Such review shall take place where such records are kept, and shall be conducted by a certified public accountant chosen by
Tenant subject to Landlords prior written approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. Tenant shall pay all costs of such
review including without limitation reimbursement for time incurred by Landlord's representatives and photocopy charges.
4.

INSURANCE;INDEMNITY
(a) Insurance

During the Term, Landlord shall maintain in full force a policy or policies of standard multi-peril insurance covering the Building and
other improvements (exclusive of Tenants trade fixtures, tenant improvements and other property) situated on the Property for the
perils of fire, lightening, windstorm, and other perils commonly covered in such policies. Additionally, the perils of earthquake,
landslide, flood, and/or other perils may be covered at the election of Landlord. During the Term, Landlord shall maintain in full force
a comprehensive liability insurance policy in amounts considered appropriate by Landlord insuring Landlord against liability for
bodily injury and property damage occurring in, on, or about the Property. Landlord shall use its reasonable efforts to secure said
insurance at competitive rates.
(b) Increases In Premiums
This Lease is entered into on the basis that Tenant's occupancy will not affect the Property's classification for insurance rating
purposes. If the insurance premiums on the Property are increased during the Term as a result of the installation of equipment on
the Premises by Tenant, by reason of Tenant's maintaining certain goods or materials on the Premises, or as a result of other use or
occupancy of the Premises by Tenant, Tenant shall pay the additional cost of the insurance for any such buildings (whether or not
Landlord has consented to the activity resulting in the increased insurance premiums). Tenant shall refrain from any activity in its
use of the Premises which would make it Impossible to insure the Premises or the buildings situated on the Property against
casualty or which would increase the insurance rate of any such buildings or prevent Landlord from taking advantage of the ruling of
the Insurance Rating Bureau of the state in which the Premises are situated or its successors allowing Landlord to obtain reduced
premium rates for long term fire insurance policies, unless Tenant pays the additional cost of the insurance. All of Tenant's electrical
equipment shall be U-L approved. If Tenant installs any electrical equipment that overloads the lines in the Premises or in any such
buildings, Tenant shall at its own expense make whatever changes are necessary to comply with the requirements of the insurance
underwriters and governmental authorities having jurisdiction. Any insurance premiums to be paid by Tenant by reason of its initial
intended use of the Premises or any increase in fire insurance premiums attributable to Tenants use or occupancy of the Premises
during the Term shall be paid by Tenant to Landlord within thirty days after Landlord bills Tenant for the same.
(c) Indemnity; Tenant's Insurance
Tenant shall indemnify, defend, and save harmless Landlord from any and all liability, damage, expenses, attorneys'fees, causes of
actions, suits, claims, or judgments, arising out of or connected with (i) the use, occupancy, management, or control of the
Premises, (ii) any failure of Tenant to comply with the terms of this Lease, and (iii) the acts or omissions of Tenant, its agents,
officers, directors, employees, or invitees; provided, however, that Tenant shall not be liable for claims caused by the sole
negligence of Landlord. Tenant shall, at its own cost and expense, defend any and all suits which may be brought against Landlord
either alone or in conjunction with others upon any such above-mentioned cause or claim, and shall satisfy, pay, and discharge any
and all settlements paid by or judgments that may be entered against Landlord regardless of whether a lawsuit is actually filed.
Tenant shall at its own expense during the Term carry in full force and effect a comprehensive public liability insurance policy with
limits of not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) combined single limit bodily injury and property damage per occurrence and
in aggregate, and (b) business automobile liability insurance covering owned, non-owned, and hired vehicles with a limit of not less
than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000), with an insurance carrier satisfactory to Landlord, naming Landlord, Landlord's management
agent, and Landlord's lender as additional insureds. Said insurance policies shall insure against any and all liability of Tenant with
respect to the Premises and under this Lease including without limitation Tenants indemnity obligations under this Lease, or arising
out of the maintenance, use or occupancy of the Premises. Tenant shall carry insurance which fully covers repair and replacement
of broken storefront windows. If engaged in the sale or distribution of alcoholic beverages, Tenant shall carry liquor liability
insurance in a form and in such amounts satisfactory to Landlord. Such policy shall provide that the insurance shall not be
cancelable or modified without at least 30 days' prior written notice to Landlord, and shall be deemed primary and noncontributing
with other insurance available to Landlord. On or before the Commencement Date, Tenant shall furnish Landlord with a certificate
or other acceptable evidence that such insurance Is In effect. Tenant shall also provide and maintain insurance to comply with
Worker's Compensation and Employers Liability Laws.
5.

USE OF PREMISES

The Premises shall be used for Children's' recreation and play area Including use of a professionally designed climbing structure to
be monitored at all times; a learning facility and a related cafe associated with these uses and for no other purpose without
Landlord's written consent. In connection with the use of Premises, Tenant shall, at Tenants sole cost and expense except as
specifically provided otherwise herein:
a) Conform to all applicable laws, statutes, rules, ordinances, orders, regulations, and requirements of any public authority
("Laws") affecting the Premises and the use of the Premises and correct, at Tenants own expense, any failure of compliance
created through Tenant's fault or by reason of Tenant's use, unless such failure is due to Landlord's default in the performance of
the agreements set forth in this Lease to be kept and performed by Landlord. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Tenant
shall comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act as it applies to the Premises and all obligations pertaining to asbestos as
required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) applicable to the Premises and to Tenants employees. If
Tenants permitted use includes operating as a "dry cleaning facility" as defined under ORS 465.515, then Tenant shall take all
steps necessary to obtain exemption from administrative and judicial action and exemption from liability under ORS 465.503, as
may be amended;
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b) Refrain from any activity which would be unreasonably offensive to Landlord, to other tenants in any buildings situated on
the Property, or to owners or users of the adjoining premises, or which would tend to create a nuisance or damage the reputation of
the Premises or of any such buildings. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Tenant shall not permit any noise or odor to
escape or be emitted from the Premises nor permit the use of flashing (strobe) lights nor permit the sale or display of offensive
materials as reasonably determined by Landlord;
c) Refrain from loading the floors, electrical systems, plumbing systems, or heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems
("HVAC"), beyond the point considered safe by a competent engineer or architect selected by Landlord and refrain from using
electrical, water, sewer, HVAC, and plumbing systems in any harmful way. If Landlord employs an engineer, architect, electrical, or
other consultant to determine whether Tenant's use of the Premises is in violation of this Section 5(c), Tenant shall pay the
reasonable costs incurred in connection with that employment if a violation is found that requires remedy. Tenant shall use hair
interceptors, grease traps, or other drain protection devices as needed to avoid such harmful use;
d)

Not permit any pets or other animals in the Premises except for Seeing Eye dogs;

e) Refrain from making any marks on or attaching any sign, insignia, antenna, window covering, aerial, or other device to the
exterior or interior walls, windows, or roof of the Premises without the written consent of the Landlord, which consent shall not be
unreasonably withheld. Landlord need not consent to any sign that fails to conform to the design concept of the buildings situated
on the Property, and all policies and procedures as established by Landlord. Prior to installing any signs, Tenant shall submit
detailed color drawings to Landlord for approval indicating the location, size, layout, design, and color of proposed sign, including all
lettering and graphics. Electrical service to all signs shall be at Tenant's sole expense. Free standing or monument signs are
prohibited. Notwithstanding Landlords consent to any signs, Tenant shall (i) comply with all Laws and obtain any necessary permits
and governmental approvals related to such signs at its own cost and expense, and (ii) within 15 days after Lease expiration or
earlier termination, remove all such signs and repair any damage to the Premises caused thereby, at Tenant's own cost and
expense;
f) Comply with any reasonable rules respecting the use of the Premises promulgated by Landlord from time to time and
communicated to Tenant in writing. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such rules may establish hours during which the
common area shall be open for use, may regulate deliveries to the Premises and may regulate parking by employees and
customers. During 2010 customers of Tenant will be able to park in any reasonably available parking space on the premises parking
areas. Beginning in 2011 Landlord will provide a plan after consulting with Tenant that will specify the building parking rules that best
balances the needs of all tenants. Recognizing that it is in the best interests of all tenants to accommodate the parking needs of
customers, Landlord reserves the right to require employees of Tenant to park in designated areas of the common area or to park
outside of the common area if Landlord determines that the extent of employee parking is detrimental to the businesses of the
tenants or any of them. Tenant shall use its best to prevent delivery trucks or other vehicles serving the Premises to park or stand In
front of the locations of other tenants;
g) Comply with any no smoking (and other health related) policies and procedures established by any Law or by Landlord
from time to time;
h) Not permit any cash, credit card, or coin-operated vending, novelty, or gaming machines or equipment on the Premises
without the prior written consent of Landlord; and not permit the use of any part of the Premises for a second-hand store, nor for an
auction, distress, or fire sale, or bankruptcy or going-out-of-business sale or the like;
i)
Refrain from violating or causing the violation of any exclusive use provision granted to any tenant or other occupant of
the Property as to which Tenant has been given written notice;
j)
Not commit or suffer any harm to the Premises including without limitation the improvements thereon or any part thereof;
and Tenant shall keep the Premises In a neat, clean, sanitary, and orderly condition;
k) Refrain from any use of any area on the Property which is outside of the Premises unless such use is specifically
permitted In writing by Landlord in advance;
Not generate, release, store, or deposit on the Premises any environmentally hazardous or toxic substances, materials,
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wastes, pollutants, oils, or contaminants, as defined or regulated by any federal, state, or local law or regulation or any other Law
(collectively, "Hazardous Substancee), except that Tenant may have and use small quantities of Hazardous Substances on the
Premises as required in the ordinary course of Tenant's business. Tenant shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Landlord from
and against any and all claims, losses, damages, response costs, and expenses of any nature whatsoever (including without
limitation attorneys', experts', and paralegals'fees) arising out of or in any way related to the generation, release, storage, or deposit
of Hazardous Substances on the Premises or on Landlord's property by Tenant or any other person or entity other than Landlord on
and/or after the date of this Lease;
m) Not allow or permit any conduct or omission at the Premises, or anywhere on Landlords property, that will promote or
allow the production or growth of mold, spores, fungus, or any other similar organism, and shall indemnify and hold Landlord
harmless from any claim, demand, cost, and expense (including attorneys'fees) arising from or caused by Tenant's failure to strictly
comply with its obligations under this provision; and
n) Comply with the requirements of all operation and easement agreements and all other agreements and requirements of
record on the Property.
6.

TENANT IMPROVEMENTS ANDALTERATIONS

Unless otherwise specified in any Rider or Exhibit to this Lease, Tenant accepts the Premises AS IS in their condition as of the
Commencement Date and Tenant shall pay for all tenant improvements, whether the work is performed by Landlord or by Tenant. If
any improvements or alterations to the Premises or any other work on the Premises by Tenant causes the need to comply with any
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SECTION 1. IMPROVEMENTS PROVIDED BY LANDLORD
Unless otherwise agreed by Landlord and Tenant in an addendum to the Lease, Landlord shall provide the following
improvements in the Premises ("Landlord's Wore)and shall obtain, at Landlord's cost, the permits therefor:

Landlord at its sole expense, except as provided below, shall build tenant improvements
specified and mutually agreed upon in the Basic and Working Plans described below. Landlord
shall not purchase any trade fixtures for Tenant's café, play structure or childcare business.
Landlord will provide and install reasonable specialty lighting and finishes to be agreed upon in
the plan for café area. All levels of finish will be consistent with the standards exemplified by the
workmanship of Pearl Court. The Premises will be zoned for Tenant's intended use and hold a
valid A or E occupancy designation for assembly and education consistent with the business
use contemplated.
SECTION 2. IMPROVEMENTS PROVIDED AT TENANTS EXPENSE
2.1 Unless otherwise agreed by Landlord and Tenant in an addendum attached to the Lease, all improvements
constructed in the Premises in addition to those identified in the Basic and Working Plans of this Work Agreement shall be approved
in writing by Landlord pursuant to Section 3 of this Work Agreement and the cost thereof, including the cost of obtaining all
necessary permits and approvals, shall be paid by Tenant.
SECTION 3. DESIGN OF TENANT IMPROVEMENTS
3.1 Tenant shall retain the services of a licensed qualified architect or engineer, approved in advance by Landlord, to
prepare the necessary drawings, including without limitation Basic Plans and Working Plans as described below for construction of
the tenant improvements ("Tenant's Plans"). The first $5000 worth of architectural services of Tenant's Plans shall be prepared at
Tenant's expense.
3.2 Tenant's architect or engineer shall determine that the work shown on Tenant's Plans is compatible with the basic
Building plans and that necessary basic Building modifications are included in Tenant's Plans. The architect should also determine
that the premises can be delivered to Tenant with A or E classification under the applicable Building Codes as required for Tenant's
use.
3.3 The Basic Plans shall include fully dimensional architectural floor plans showing partition layout, clearly identifying
and locating equipment requiring special plumbing or mechanical systems, areas subject to above normal loads, special openings in
the floor, ceiling, or walls, and other major or special features. Four sets of the Basic Plans shall be delivered to Landlord within 10
days after the parties sign the Lease.
3.4 Landlord shall review the Basic Plans and shall either approve the Basic Plans or reject them, in which case
Landlord shall specify the deficiencies in the Basic Plans as submitted. If the Basic Plans are rejected, Tenant shall resubmit
revised Basic Plans as soon as practicable until Landlord's approval has been obtained. Following Landlord's approval of the Basic
Plans, Tenant's architect or engineer shall produce full working drawings for construction sufficient to obtain all necessary permits
and with sufficient detail to construct the improvements, including specifications for every item included thereon (the ''Working
Plans"). The Working Plans shall be delivered to Landlord within 15 days after Landlord's approval of the Basic Plans.
3.5 Tenant shall be responsible for delays and additional costs in completion of Tenants improvements caused by
changes made to any of Tenant's Plans after the delivery dates specified above in this Section 3, by inadequacies in any of Tenant's
Plans, or by delays in delivery of special materials requiring long lead times, and for any other costs or expenses that do not result
from the negligence or default of Landlord.
SECTION 4. CONSTRUCTION OF TENANT IMPROVEMENTS
4.1 Upon completion of the Working Plans, Landlord and its contractor shall commence work on the Premises and build
out the improvements specified in the Plans.
4.2 If Tenant desires any change to its improvements, Tenant shall submit a written request for such change to Landlord,
together with all plans and specifications necessary to show and explain changes from the approved Working Plans. Any such
change shall be subject to Landlord's approval. If Landlord's contractor is constructing Tenant's improvements, Landlord or such
contractor shall notify Tenant in writing of the amount, if any, which will be charged or credited to Tenant to reflect the cost of such
change.
4.3 If any work is to be performed in connection with the improvements on the Premises by Tenant's contractor, such
work shall conform to the following requirements:
4.3.1Such work shall proceed only upon Landlord's written approval of the public liability and property damage
insurance carried by Tenant's contractor. Landlord shall have the right to require Tenant's contractor to post a payment or
performance bond in an amount equal to the estimated cost of the work to be performed by such contractor. Tenant shall supply
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(c) Inspections
Landlord shall have the right to inspect the Premises at any reasonable time or times to determine the necessity of repair. Whether
or not such inspection is made, the duty of Landlord to make repairs as outlined above in any area in Tenants possession and
control shall not mature until a reasonable time after Landlord has received from Tenant written notice of the necessity of repairs,
except in the event emergency repairs may be required and in such event Tenant shall attempt to give Landlord immediate notice
considering the circumstances.
(d) Landlord's Work
All repairs, replacements, alterations, or other work performed on or around the Premises by Landlord shall be done in such a way
as to interfere as little as reasonably possible with the use ofthe Premises by Tenant. Tenant shall have no right to an abatement of
Rent nor any claim against Landlord for any inconvenience or disturbance resulting from Landlords performance of repairs and
maintenance pursuant to this Section 7. Landlord shall have no liability for failure to perform required maintenance and repair
unless written notice of such maintenance or repair is given by Tenant and Landlord fails to commence efforts to remedy the
problem in a reasonable time and manner. Landlord shall have the right to erect scaffolding and other apparatus necessary for the
purpose of making repairs or alterations to the Building. Work may be done during normal business hours. Tenant shall have no
claim against Landlord for any interruption or reduction of services or interference with Tenants occupancy caused by Landlords
maintenance and repair, and no such interruption or reduction shall be construed as a constructive or other eviction of Tenant.
8.

LIENS; TENANT'S TAXES

Tenant shall keep the Premises free from all liens, including mechanic's liens, arising from any act or omission of Tenant or those
claiming under Tenant. Landlord shall have the right to post and maintain on the Premises or the Building such notices of
nonresponsibility as are provided for under the lien laws of the state in which the Premises are located. Tenant shall be responsible
for and shall pay when due all taxes assessed during the Term against any leasehold or personal property of any kind owned by or
placed upon or about the Premises by Tenant.
9.

UTILITIES

Tenant shall pay promptly and all other facilities and utility services used by Tenant or provided to the Premises during the Term. If
the heating and air-conditioning systems or any other utility service is not on separate meters, Tenant shall pay its proportionate
share of such charges as reasonably determined by Landlord provided in Section 3(a) of this Lease. Tenant shall arrange for
regular and prompt pickup of trash and garbage and shall store such trash and garbage in only those areas designated by Landlord.
However, if Landlord elects to arrange for garbage collection on a cooperative basis for Tenant and other tenants, Tenant shall pay
its proportionate share as reasonably determined by Landlord as provided in Section 3(a) of this Lease. Tenant shall comply with
any recycling programs required by any Law or reasonably required by Landlord. Landlord shall not be liable or responsible for any
interruption of utility service to the Premises and any such interruption shall not entitle Tenant to any abatement of rent, unless such
interruption is caused solely by the negligence of Landlord.
10. ICE,SNOW,AND DEBRIS
Tenant shall keep the walks in front of the Premises free and clear of ice, snow, rubbish, debris, and obstructions. Tenant shall
indemnify and hold Landlord harmless from any injury whether to Landlord or Landlord's property or to any other person or property
caused by Tenants failure to perform Tenant's obligations under this Section 10. Tenants obligations under this Section 10 shall be
performed at Tenants cost and expense. Landlord reserves the right to cause the removal of ice, snow, debris and obstruction from
the area in front of the Premises and Tenant shall pay the cost thereof within ten days after billing therefor.
11. WAIVER OF SUBROGATION
Neither party shall be liable to the other for any loss or damage caused by fire or any of the risks enumerated in a standard multiperil
Insurance policy, including sprinkler leakage insurance if the Premises have sprinklers, to the extent that any such insurance
actually pays any such loss or damage. All claims or rights of recovery for any and all such loss or damage, however caused, are
hereby waived. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, said absence of liability shall exist whether or not such loss or
damage is caused by the negligence of either Landlord or Tenant or by any of their respective agents, servants, or employees.
12. INJURY TO TENANTS PROPERTY
Landlord shall not be liable for any injury to the goods, stock, merchandise, or any other property of Tenant or to any person in or
upon the Premises or to the leasehold improvements in the Premises resulting from fire or collapse of the Building or any portion
thereof or any other cause, including but not limited to damage by water or gas, or by reason of any electrical apparatus in or about
the Premises. Tenant shall carry adequate insurance coverage at its sole cost and expense to cover the risks described in this
section.
13. DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION
(a) Partial Destruction
If the Premises shall be partially damaged by fire or other cause, and Section 13(b) below does not apply, the damages to the
Premises shall be repaired by Landlord, and all Base Rent until such repair shall be made shall be apportioned according to the part
of the Premises which is usable by Tenant, except when such damage occurs because of the fault of Tenant. The repairs shall be
accomplished with all reasonable dispatch. Landlord shall bear the cost of such repairs unless the damage occurred from a risk
which would not be covered by a standard fire insurance policy with an endorsement for extended coverage, including spripkler
leakage, and the damage was the result of the fault of Tenant, in which event Tenant shall bear the expense of the repairs.
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(b) Substantial Damage
If the buildings situated on the Property or the Building or the Premises, or any of them, are 25% or more destroyed during the Term
by any cause, Landlord may elect to terminate the Lease as of the date of damage or destruction by notice given to Tenant in writing
not more than 60 days following the date of damage. In such event all rights and obligations of the parties shall cease as of the date
of termination. In the absence of an election to terminate, Landlord shall proceed to restore the Premises, if damaged, to
substantially the same form as prior to the damage or destruction, so as to provide Tenant usable space equivalent in quantity and
character to that before the damage or destruction. Work shall be commenced as soon as reasonably possible, and thereafter
proceed without interruption, except for work stoppages on account of matters beyond the reasonable control of Landlord. From the
date of damage until the Premises are restored or repaired, Base Rent shall be abated or apportioned according to the part of the
Premises usable by Tenant, unless the damage occurred because of the fault of Tenant. Landlord shall bear the cost of such
repairs unless the damage occurred from a risk which would not be covered by a standard fire insurance policy with an
endorsement for extended coverage, including sprinkler leakage, and the damage was the result of the fault of Tenant, in which
event Tenant shall bear the expense of the repairs.
(c) Restoration
If the Premises are to be restored by Landlord as above provided in this Section 13, Tenant, at its expense, shall be responsible for
the repair and restoration of all items which were initially installed at the expense of Tenant(whether the work was done by Landlord
or Tenant) or for which an allowance was given by Landlord to Tenant, together with Tenants stock in trade, trade fixtures,
furnishings, and equipment; and Tenant shall commence the installation of the same promptly upon delivery to it of possession of
the Premises and Tenant shall diligently prosecute such installation to completion.
14. EMINENT DOMAIN
(a) Partial Taking
If a portion of the Premises is condemned and neither Section 14(b) nor Section 14(c) apply, the Lease shall continue in effect.
Landlord shall be entitled to all the proceeds of condemnation, and Tenant shall have no claim against Landlord as a result of
condemnation. Landlord shall proceed as soon as reasonably possible to make such repairs and alterations to the Premises as are
necessary to restore the remaining Premises to the condition as comparable as reasonably practicable to that existing at the time of
condemnation. Base Rent shall be abated to the extent that the Premises are untenantable during the period of alteration and
repair. After the date on which title vests in the condemning authority, Base Rent shall be reduced commensurately with the
reduction in the objective value of the Premises as an economic unit on account of the partial taking.
(b) Substantial Taking of the Property
If a condemning authority takes any substantial part of the Property or any substantial part of the Building, the Lease shall, at the
option of Landlord, terminate as of the date title vests in the condemning authority. In such event all rights and obligations of the
parties shall cease as of the date of termination. Landlord shall be entitled to all of the proceeds of condemnation, and Tenant shall
have no claim against Landlord as a result of the condemnation. Tenant shall be free to make a separate claim for its moving
expenses and lost trade fixtures so long as such claim does not interfere with or reduce Landlord's claim or award.
(c) Substantial Taking of Premises
If a condemning authority takes all of the Premises or a portion sufficient to render the remaining Premises reasonably unsuitable for
Tenants use, Tenant shall have the option to terminate this Lease upon written notice to Landlord given within 60 days of Tenants
receipt of notice of the taking. In such event, the Lease shall terminate as of the date title vests In the condemning authority.
Landlord shall be entitled to all of the proceeds of condemnation, and Tenant shall have no claim against Landlord as a result of the
condemnation. Tenant shall be free to make a separate claim for its moving expenses and lost trade fixtures so long as such claim
does not Interfere with or reduce Landlord's claim or award.
(d) Definition
Sale of all or any part of the Premises to a purchaser with the power of eminent domain in the face of a threat or probability of the
exercise of the power shall be treated for the purpose of this Lease as a taking by condemnation.
15. BANKRUPTCY
Subject to Section 16, this Lease shall not be assigned or transferred voluntarily or involuntarily by operation of law. It may, at the
option of Landlord, be terminated, if Tenant be adjudged bankrupt or Insolvent, or makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors,
or files or is a party to the filing of a petition in bankruptcy, or commits an act of bankruptcy, or in case a receiver or trustee is
appointed to take charge of any of the assets of Tenant or sublessees or assignees in or on the Premises, and such receiver or
trustee is not removed within 30 days after the date of his appointment, or in the event of judicial sale of the personal property in or
on the Premises upon judgment against Tenant or any sublessees or assignee hereunder, unless such property or reasonable
replacement therefor be installed on the Premises. To the extent permitted by law, this Lease or any sublease hereunder shall not
be considered as an asset of a debtor-in-possession, or an asset in bankruptcy, Insolvency, receivership, or other judicial
proceedings. This Lease shall be considered a lease of real property in a shopping center within the meaning of Section 365(b)(3)
of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
16. DEFAULT
The following shall be events of default:
a) Failure of Tenant to pay any Rent when due or failure of Tenant to pay any other charge required under this Lease within
ten days after it is due.
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b) Failure of Tenant to execute the documents described in Section 20 or 21 within the time required under such Sections;
failure of Tenant to provide or maintain the insurance required of Tenant pursuant to Section 4(c); or failure of Tenant to comply with
any Laws as required pursuant to Section 5 within 24 hours after written demand by Landlord.
c) Failure of Tenant to comply with any term or condition or fulfill any obligation of this Lease (other than the failures
described in Sections 17(a) or 17(b) above) within ten days after written notice by Landlord specifying the nature of the default with
reasonable particularity. If the default Is of such nature that It cannot be completely remedied within the ten-day period, this
provision shall be complied with if Tenant begins correction of the default within the ten-day period and thereafter proceeds with
reasonable diligence and in good faith to effect the remedy as soon as practicable. Landlord shall not be obligated to give written
notice for the same type of default more than twice; at Landlord's option, a failure to perform an obligation after the second notice
shall be an automatic event of default, without notice or any opportunity to cure.
d) The abandonment of the Premises by Tenant or the failure of Tenant for 15 days or more to occupy the Premises for one
or more of the designated purposes of this Lease unless such failure is excused under other provisions of this Lease.
e) The bankruptcy or insolvency of Tenant or the occurrence of other acts specified in Section 15 of this Lease which give
Landlord the option to terminate.
f) The assignment or subletting or purported assignment or subletting of Tenants interest under this Lease in violation of
Section 19.
17. REMEDIES ON DEFAULT
In the event of a default, Landlord may, at Landlord's option, exercise any one or more of the rights and remedies available to a
landlord in the state in which the Premises are located to redress such default, consecutively or concurrently, including the following:
a) Landlord may elect to terminate Tenants right to possession of the Premises or any portion thereof by written notice
to Tenant. Following such notice, Landlord may re-enter, take possession of the Premises, and remove any persons or
property by legal action or by self-help with the use of reasonable force and without liability for damages. To the extent
permitted by law, Landlord shall have the right to retain the personal property belonging to Tenant which is on the Premises at
the time of re-entry, or the right to such other security interest therein as the law may permit, to secure all sums due or which
become due to Landlord under this Lease. Perfection of such security interest shall occur by taking possession of such
personal property or otherwise as provided by law.
b) Following re-entry by Landlord, Landlord may relet the Premises for a term longer or shorter than the Term and upon
any reasonable terms, including the granting of rent concessions to the new tenant. Landlord may alter, refurbish, or otherwise
change the character or use of the Premises in connection with such reletting. Landlord shall not be required to relet for any
use or purpose which Landlord may reasonably consider injurious to its property or to any tenant which Landlord may
reasonably consider objectionable. No such reletting by Landlord following a default by Tenant shall be construed as an
acceptance of the surrender of the Premises. If rent received upon such reletting exceeds the Rent received under this Lease,
Tenant shall have no claim to the excess.
c)

Landlord shall have the right to recover from Tenant the following damages:

I.
All unpaid or other charges for the period prior to re-entry, plus interest at the greater of 15% per annum or a rate
equal to five percentage points in excess of the discount rate, including any surcharge on the discount rate, on 90-day
commercial paper declared by the Federal Reserve Bank In the Federal Reserve District in which Portland, Oregon, is located
on the date the charge was due (the "Interest Rate).
li.
An amount equal to the Rent lost during any period during which the Premises are not relet, if Landlord uses
reasonable efforts to relet the Premises. If Landlord lists the Premises with a real estate broker experienced in leasing
commercial property in the metropolitan area in which the Premises are located, such listing shall constitute the taking of
reasonable efforts to relet the Premises.
iii.
All costs incurred in reletting or attempting to relet the Premises, Including but without limitation, the cost of clean-up
and repair in preparation for a new tenant, including any improvements to the Premises and the cost of correcting any defaults
or restoring any unauthorized alterations and the amount of any real estate commissions and advertising expenses.
The difference between the Rent reserved under this Lease and the amount actually received by Landlord after
iv.
reletting, as such amounts accrue.
v.
Reasonable attorneys' fees and legal expenses incurred in connection with the default, whether or not any litigation
Is commenced.
d) EARLY TERMINATION OPTION: Tenant shall have the right to avoid the liability set forth herein and avoid the
Landlord remedies described herein by providing written notice to Landlord 90 days in advance of Tenant's intention to
terminate the Lease and pay an early termination penalty of $50,000.00 (Fifty thousand dollars) This entire amount will be due
and payable by Tenant and any Guarantor 90 days after providing notice. Tenant and Guarantor shall be responsible for the
$50,000.00 termination penalty plus any amounts due or in arrears under the Lease at the time payment of the ETP Is due.
e) In the event Tenant remains in possession following default and Landlord does not elect to re-enter, Landlord may
recover all back Rent and other charges, and shall have the right to cure any nonmonetary default and recover the cost of such
cure from Tenant, plus interest from the date of expenditure at the Interest Rate. In addition, Landlord shall be entitled to
recover attorneys' fees reasonably incurred in connection with the default, whether or not litigation is commenced. Landlord
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may sue to recover such amounts as they accrue, and no one action for accrued damages shall bar a later action for damages
subsequently accruing.
f) The foregoing remedies shall not be exclusive but shall be in addition to all other remedies and rights provided under
applicable law, and no election to pursue one remedy shall preclude resort to another remedy.
18. SURRENDER AT EXPIRATION
(a) Condition of Premises
Upon expiration of the Term or earlier termination, Tenant shall deliver all keys to Landlord and surrender the Premises in first-class
condition and broom clean. Improvements, alterations, wiring, cables, or conduit constructed by or for Tenant shall not be removed
or restored to the original condition unless the terms of Landlord's consent provides otherwise or unless Landlord requests Tenant
to remove all or any of such improvements, alterations, wiring, cables, or conduit in which event Tenant shall remove those
designated by Landlord for removal and restore the Premises at Tenant's sole cost and expense. Depreciation and wear from
ordinary use for the purpose for which the Premises were let need not be restored, but all repair for which Tenant is responsible
shall be completed to the latest practical date prior to such surrender. Tenant's obligations under this Section 18 shall be subject to
the provisions of Section 13 relating to damages or destruction.
(b) Fixtures
i.
All fixtures placed upon the Premises during the Term, other than Tenant's trade fixtures, shall, at Landlord option,
become the property of Landlord. Movable furniture, decorations, floor covering other than hard surface bonded or adhesively
fixed flooring, curtains, drapes, blinds, furnishings and trade fixtures shall remain the property of Tenant if placed on the
Premises by Tenant; provided, however, if Landlord granted Tenant an allowance for improvements, installation, floor
coverings, curtains, drapes, blinds or other items, such items shall at Landlords option become the property of Landlord,
notwithstanding the installation thereof by Tenant.
ii.
If Landlord so elects, Tenant shall remove any or all fixtures, wiring, cables, or conduit which would otherwise remain
the property of Landlord, and shall repair any damage resulting from the removal. If Tenant fails to remove such fixtures,
wiring, cables, or conduit Landlord may do so and charge the cost to Tenant with interest at the Interest Rate. Tenant shall
remove all furnishings, furniture, and trade fixtures which remain the property of Tenant and shall repair any damage resulting
from the removal. If Tenant fails to do so, this shall be an abandonment of the property, and following ten days' written notice
Landlord may remove or dispose of it in any manner without liability. Tenant shall be liable to Landlord for the cost of removal,
transportation to storage, with interest on all such expenses from the date of expenditure at the Interest Rate.
iii.
The time for removal of any property or fixtures which Tenant Is required to remove from the Premises upon
termination shall be as follows:
(1) On or before the date the Lease terminates because of expiration of the Term or because of a default
under Section 17.
(2) Within ten days after written notice from Landlord requiring such removal where the property to be
removed is a fixture which Tenant is not required to remove except after such notice by Landlord, and such date
would fall after the date on which Tenant would be required to remove other property.
(c) Holdover
If tenant does not vacate the Premises at the time required, Landlord shall have the option to treat Tenant as a tenant from
month-to-month, subject to all of the provisions of this Lease except the provision for the Term, and except the Base Rent provided
herein shall double during the period of the month-to-month tenancy. Failure of Tenant to remove fixtures, furniture, furnishings or
trade fixtures or to repair any damage caused by such removal which Tenant is required to remove and repair under this Lease shall
constitute a failure to vacate to which this Section 18(c) shall apply if the property not removed or repaired will interfere with
occupancy of the Premises by another tenant or with occupancy by Landlord for any purpose including preparation for a new tenant.
19. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING
(a) Landlord's Consent
Tenant shall not, either voluntarily or by operation of law, sell, assign, or transfer this Lease or sublet the Premises or any part
thereof, or assign any right to use the Premises or any part thereof(each a "Transfer") without the prior written consent of Landlord,
which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, and any attempt to do so without such prior written consent shall be void and, at
Landlord's option, shall terminate this Lease. If Tenant requests Landlord's consent to any Transfer, Tenant shall promptly provide
Landlord with a copy of the proposed agreement between Tenant and its proposed transferee and with all such other information
concerning the business and financial affairs of such proposed transferee as Landlord may request. Landlord may withhold such
consent unless the proposed transferee (i) is satisfactory to Landlord as to credit, managerial experience, net worth, character and
business or professional standing, (ii) is a person or entity whose possession of the Premises would not be inconsistent with
Landlords commitments with other tenants or with the mix of uses Landlord desires at the Property, (iii) will occupy the Premises
solely for the use authorized under this Lease,(iv) expressly assumes and agrees in writing to be bound by and directly responsible
for all of Tenant's obligations hereunder, (v) will conduct a business which does not adversely impact the use of the Property's
common areas, and (vi) will conduct its business in the Premises In such a manner so that the Percentage Rent payable to Landlord
under this Lease will not likely be less than the Percentage Rent which would have been payable to Landlord had there been no
Transfer. Landlord's consent to any such Transfer shall in no event release Tenant from its liabilities or obligations hereunder,
including any renewal term, nor relieve Tenant from the requirement of obtaining Landlord's prior written consent to any further
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this Lease or a consent to any Transfer. No modification, amendment, assignment, or sublease shall release Tenant, any assignee,
or any guarantor of its liabilities or obligations under this Lease.
(b) Payment to Landlord and Termination of Lease
Landlord may, as a condition to its consideration of any request for consent to a proposed Transfer, impose a fee to
i.
cover Landlord's administrative and legal expenses in connection therewith. Such fee shall (i) be payable by Tenant upon
demand,(ii) include all legal fees incurred by Landlord, and (iii) be retained by Landlord regardless of whether such consent is
granted.
If any such proposed Transfer provides for the payment of, or if Tenant otherwise receives, rent, additional rent, or
ii.
other consideration for such Transfer which is in excess of the Rent and all other amounts which Tenant is required to pay
under this Lease (regardless of whether such excess is payable on a lump-sum basis or over a term), then in the event
Landlord grants its consent to such proposed Transfer, Tenant shall pay Landlord the amount of such excess as it is received
by Tenant. Any violation of this paragraph shall be deemed a material and noncurable breach of this Lease.
If Tenant proposes a sublease or assignment, Landlord shall have the option to terminate this Lease and deal
directly with the proposed sublessee, assignee, or any third party with regard to the Premises.
If Tenant is a corporation, an unincorporated association, a partnership, a limited partnership, or a limited liability
iv.
company, the transfer, assignment or hypothecation of any stock or interest in such entity in the aggregate in excess of 25%
shall be deemed a Transfer of this Lease within the meaning and provisions of this Section 19.
20. SUBORDINATION
Tenants interest hereunder shall be subject and subordinate to all mortgages, trust deeds, and other financing and security
instruments in place upon the Commencement Date or placed on the Premises by Landlord from time to time (hereafter
"Mortgage"), except that no assignment or transfer of Landlord's rights hereunder to a lending institution as collateral security in
connection with a Mortgage shall affect Tenants right to possession, use, and occupancy of the Premises so long as Tenant shall
not be in default under any of the terms and conditions of this Lease. The provisions of this Section 20 shall be self-operating.
Nevertheless, Tenant agrees to execute, acknowledge and deliver to Landlord within ten days after Landlord's written request, an
instrument in recordable form which expressly subordinates Tenants interest hereunder to the interests of the holder of any
Mortgage, and which includes any other reasonable provisions requested by the holder or prospective holder of any Mortgage. At
Landlords request, Tenant shall furnish Landlord current balance sheets, operating statements, and other financial statements in
the form as reasonably requested by Landlord or by the holder or prospective holder of any Mortgage, certified by Tenant as
accurate and current. Tenant agrees to sign an authorization for Landlord to' conduct a check of Tenants credit as requested by
Landlord from time to time.
21. ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE
Tenant shall from time to time, upon not less than ten days' prior notice, submit to Landlord, or to any person designated by
Landlord, a statement in writing, in the form submitted to Tenant by Landlord, certifying that this Lease is unmodified and in full force
and effect (or if there have been modifications, identifying the same by the date thereof and specifying the nature thereof), that to
the knowledge of Tenant no uncured default exists hereunder(or if such uncured default does exist, specifying the same), the dates
to which the Rent and other sums and charges payable hereunder have been paid, that Tenant has no claims against Landlord and
no defenses or offsets to rental except for the continuing obligations under this Lease (or if Tenant has any such claims, defenses,
or offsets, specifying the same), and any other information concerning this Lease as Landlord reasonably requests.
22. PERFORMANCE BY LANDLORD
Landlord shall not be deemed in default for the nonperformance or for any interruption or delay in performance of any of the terms,
covenants, and conditions of this Lease if the same shall be due to any labor dispute, strike, lockout, civil commotion, or like
operation, invasion, rebellion, hostilities, military or usurped power, sabotage, governmental regulations or controls, inability to
obtain labor, services or materials, through acts of God, or other cause beyond the reasonable control of Landlord, providing such
cause is not due to the willful act or neglect of Landlord.
23. LANDLORD'S RIGHT TO CURE DEFAULT
If Tenant shall fail to perform any of the covenants or obligations to be performed by Tenant, Landlord, in addition to all other
remedies provided herein, shall have the option (but not the obligation) to cure such failure to perform after 15 days' written notice to
Tenant. All of Landlord's expenditures incurred to correct the failure to perform shall be reimbursed by Tenant upon demand with
interest from the date of expenditure at the Interest Rate. Landlord's right to cure Tenants failure to perform Is for the sole
protection of Landlord and the existence of this right shall not release Tenant from the obligation to perform all of the covenants
herein provided to be performed by Tenant, or deprive Landlord of any other right which Landlord may have by reason of default of
this Lease by Tenant.
24. INSPECTION
Landlord, Landlord's agents and representatives, shall have the right to enter upon the Premises at any time in the event of
emergency and, in other events, at reasonable times after prior verbal notice for the purpose of inspecting the same,for the purpose
of making repairs or Improvements to the Premises or the Building, for showing the Premises during the final 90 days of the Term,
or for any other lawful purpose.
25. FOR SALE AND FOR RENT SIGNS
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During the period of 180 days prior to the date for the termination of this Lease, Landlord may post on the Premises or in the
windows thereof signs of moderate size notifying the public that the Premises are "for sale or "for rent" or "for lease."
26. ATTORNEYS'FEES
In the event a suit, action, arbitration, or other proceeding of any nature whatsoever, including without limitation any proceeding
under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, is instituted, or the services of an attorney are retained to interpret or enforce any provision of this
Lease or with respect to any dispute relating to this Lease, the prevailing or nondefaultIng party shall be entitled to recover from the
losing or defaulting party its attorneys', paralegals', accountants', and other experts' fees and all other fees, costs, and expenses
actually incurred and reasonably necessary in connection therewith. In the event of suit, action, arbitration, or other proceeding, the
amount thereof shall be determined by the judge or arbitrator, shall include fees and expenses incurred on any appeal or review,
and shall be in addition to all other amounts provided by law.
27. NOTICES
Any notice required or permitted under this Lease shall be in writing and shall be deemed given when actually delivered or when
deposited in the United States mail as certified or registered mail, addressed to the addresses set forth in the Summary of
Fundamental Provisions of this Lease or to such other address as may be specified from time to time by either of the parties in the
manner above provided for the giving of notice. Notice may also be given by facsimile or telecopy transmission and shall be
effective upon the date shown in a transmittal record when sent to the party at the facsimile or telecopy number set out in the
Summary of Fundamental Provisions of this Lease or such other number as provided by either party, as long as a copy of any such
notice Is deposited in the United States mail to such party at the above-mentioned address on the same date the electronic
transmission is sent.
28. BROKERS
Tenant covenants, warrants, and represents that it has not engaged any broker, agent, or finder who would be entitled to any
commission or fee in connection with the negotiation and execution of this Lease except as set forth in the Summary of
Fundamental Lease Provisions attached hereto. Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Landlord against and from any
claims for any brokerage commissions and all costs, expenses, and liabilities in connection therewith, including attorneys' fees and
expenses, arising out of any charge or claim for a commission or fee by any broker, agent, or finder on the basis of any agreements
made or alleged to have been made by or on behalf of Tenant except for brokers listed on the Summary of Fundamental Lease
Provisions. The provisions of this Section 28 shall not apply to any brokers with whom Landlord has an express written brokerage
agreement. Landlord shall be responsible for payment of any such brokers.
29. LATE CHARGES
Tenant acknowledges that late payment by Tenant to Landlord of any Rent or other charge due hereunder will cause Landlord to
incur costs not contemplated by this Lease, the exact amount of which will be extremely difficult to ascertain. Such costs may
include, without limitation, processing and accounting charges and late charges which may be imposed on Landlord under the terms
of any Mortgage. Accordingly, if any Rent or other charge is not received by Landlord within10 days after it is due, Tenant shall pay
to Landlord a late charge equal to five percent (5%) of the overdue amount. The parties hereby agree that such late charge
represents a fair and reasonable estimate of the costs incurred by Landlord by reason of the late payment by Tenant. Acceptance
of any late charge by Landlord shall in no event constitute a waiver of Tenant's default with respect to the overdue amount In
question, nor prevent Landlord from exercising any of the other rights and remedies granted hereunder.
30. NO PERSONAL LIABILITY
The liability of Landlord to Tenant for any default by Landlord under the terms of this Lease shall be limited to the interest of
Landlord in the Building and the Property, and neither Landlord nor any of its owners, principals, employees, or agents shall be
liable for any deficiency.
31. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
a)

This Lease does not grant any rights of access to light or air over any part of the Property.

b)

Time is of the essence of this Lease.

c)

The acceptance by Landlord of any Rent or other benefits under this Lease shall not constitute a waiver of any default.

d)

Any waiver by Landlord of the strict performance of any of the provisions of this Lease shall not be deemed to be a waiver
of subsequent breaches of the same character or of a different character, occurring either before or subsequent to such
waiver, and shall not prejudice Landlord's right to require strict performance of the same provision In the future or of any
other provision of this Lease.

e)

This Lease contains the entire agreement of the parties and supersedes all prior written and oral agreements and
representations and there are no implied covenants or other agreements between the parties, except as expressly set
forth in this Lease.

i)

Neither Landlord nor Tenant is relying on any representations except as expressly set forth in this Lease.

9) The parties acknowledge and agree that any calculations of square footage in the Premises and on the Property are

approximations. Except as provided herein, no recalculation of square footage shall affect the obligations of Tenant under
this Lease including without limitation the amount of Base Rent or other Rent payable by Tenant under this Lease.

h)

This Lease shall not be amended or modified except by agreement in writing, signed by the parties hereto.

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Subject to the limitations on the assignment or transfer of Tenant's interest In this Lease, this Lease shall be binding upon
and Inure to the benefit of the parties, their respective heirs, personal representatives, successors, and assigns.

j)

No remedy herein conferred upon or reserved to Landlord or Tenant shall be exclusive of any other remedy herein
provided or provided by law, but each remedy shall be cumulative.

k)

In interpreting or construing this Lease, it is understood that Tenant may be more than one person, that if the context so
requires, the singular pronoun shall be taken to mean and include the plural, and that generally all grammatical changes
shall be made, assumed, and implied to make the provisions hereof apply equally to corporations, partnerships, and
individuals.

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Section headings are for convenience and shall not affect any of the provisions of this Lease.

m) if any provision of this Lease or the application thereof to any person or circumstance Is, at any time or to any extent, held
to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Lease, or the application of such provision to persons or
circumstances other than those to which it is held invalid or unenforceable, shall not be affected thereby, and each
provision of this Lease shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
n)

All agreements (including, but not limited to, indemnification agreements) set forth in this Lease, the full performance of
which are not required prior to the expiration or earlier termination of this Lease, shall survive the expiration or earlier
termination of this Lease and be fully enforceable thereafter.
32. QUIET ENJOYMENT

Landlord warrants that as long as Tenant complies with all terms of this Lease it shall be entitled to possession of the Premises free
from any eviction or disturbance by Landlord or parties claiming through Landlord. Neither Landlord nor its managing agent shall
have any liability to Tenant for loss or damages arising out of the acts, including criminal acts, of other tenants of the Building or
third parties, and no such acts shall constitute an eviction, construction or otherwise.

33. WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL
To the maximum extent permitted by law, Landlord and Tenant each waive their right to trial by jury in any litigation arising out of or
with respect to this Lease.
34. EXHIBITS AND ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS
Exhibit A, which Is referred to in this Lease, Is attached hereto and by this reference incorporated herein. Additional provisions, if
any, are set forth in the Personal Guaranty and Riders #1 and #2, attached hereto and by this reference incorporated herein.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Landlord and Tenant have executed this Lease in duplicate as of the day and year first above
written, any corporate signature being by authority of the Board of Directors of the corporation.

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PERSONAL GUARANTY

In consideration of the agreement of Michael Allport("Landlord"), to enter into a Lease dated January 13, 2010
(the "Lease) between Landlord and PlayDate PDX LLC ('Tenant"), pertaining to certain premises located at 1434 NW 171" Ave.
Portland Oregon, the undersigned Shawn Van Deusen ("Guarantor") hereby unconditionally and personally guarantees the
punctual payment of all amounts due under the Early Termination Penalty and additional liabilities described therein, as defined in
the Lease in Section 18(d), including payments required to be paid by Tenant, and the prompt performance of all other obligations
of Tenant under the Lease arising before the early termination penalty clause was exercised. If Guarantor consists of more than
one person or entity, all liability of Guarantor hereunder shall be joint and several.
Guarantor shall be directly and primarily liable to Landlord for any amount due from Tenant under the early
termination provision of this Lease (Section 18 (d), without requiring that Landlord first proceed against Tenant, join Tenant in any
proceeding brought to enforce this Guaranty, or exhaust any security held by Landlord. Guarantor agrees that Landlord may deal
with Tenant in any manner in connection with the Lease without the knowledge or consent of Guarantor and without affecting
Guarantor's liability under this Guaranty. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Guarantor agrees that any extension of
time, assignment of the Lease, amendment, or modification to the Lease, delay or failure by Landlord In the enforcement of any right
under the Lease, or compromise of the amount of any obligation or liability under the Lease made with or without the knowledge or
consent of Guarantor shall not affect Guarantors liability under this Guaranty. Guarantors liability under this Guaranty shall not be
affected by any bankruptcy, reorganization, insolvency or similar proceeding affecting Tenant, nor by any termination or
disaffirmance of the Lease or any of Tenant's obligations thereunder in connection with such proceeding. This Guaranty shall
remain in full force and effect until the performance in full to Landlord's satisfaction of all obligations of Tenant under the Lease.
Guarantor hereby waives any claim or other right now existing or hereafter acquired against Tenant that arises
from the performance of Guarantors obligations under this Guaranty, including, without limitation, any rights of contribution,
indemnity, subrogation, reimbursement, or exoneration. Guarantor hereby agrees to indemnify Landlord and hold it harmless from
and against all loss and expense, including legal fees, suffered or Incurred by Landlord as a result of claims to avoid any payment
received by Landlord from Tenant with respect to the obligations of Tenant under the Lease.
Guarantor hereby waives presentment, protest, notice of default, demand for payment, and all other suretyship
defenses whatsoever with respect to any payment guaranteed under this Guaranty, and agrees to pay unconditionally upon demand
all amounts owed under the Lease. Guarantor further waives any setoff, defense, or counterclaim that Tenant or Guarantor may
have or claim to have against Landlord and the benefit of any statute of limitations affecting Guarantor's liability under this Guaranty.
If Landlord retains an attorney to enforce this Guaranty or to bring any action or any appeal in connection with
this Guaranty, the Lease, or the collection of any payment under this Guaranty or the Lease, Landlord shall be entitled to recover its
attorneys' fees, legal expenses, costs, and disbursements in connection therewith, as determined by the court before which such
action or appeal is heard, in addition to any other relief to which Landlord may be entitled. Any amount owing under this Guaranty
shall bear interest from the date such amount was payable to Landlord to the date of repayment at a rate equal to the lesser of 15%
and the maximum rate permitted by law.
Landlord shall have the unrestricted right to assign this Guaranty in connection with an assignment of the Lease
without the consent of, or any other action required by, Guarantor. Each reference in this Guaranty to Landlord shall be deemed to
include its successors and assigns, to whose benefit the provisions of this Guaranty shall also inure. Each reference In this
Guaranty to Guarantor shall be deemed to Include the successors and assigns of Guarantor, all of whom shall be bound by the
provisions of this Guaranty. Within ten days after delivery of written demand therefor from Landlord, Guarantor shall execute and
deliver to Landlord a statement in writing certifying that this Guaranty is unmodified and In full force and effect, which statement may
be conclusively relied upon by any prospective purchaser or encumbrancer of the premises or property. If any provision of this
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Wednesday, May 20, 2015 8:36:26 AM

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Even if our rules/regulations allowed us to make this area No Parking (through signage
and/or pavement markings), pavement markings don't physically restrict use of the area.
People can still put their cars there — and often figure out pretty quickly that "no parking"
isn't being enforced. So, we'd want to make the area inaccessible to cars to truly resolve
the issue.
Let me know if you'd like to discuss.
Thanks,
--Tamara
From: Pearl PDX [mailto
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 4:31 PM
To: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
Subject: Re: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby

Hello Tamara,
Thank you so much for this! We wanted to ask about a possible alternative if we ended up not
leasing. Could you just stripe that section ofthe parking lot with diagonal no parking stripes
rather than making and policing a sign?
Let us know what you think!
Thank you!
Pearl PDX LLC Mana ement Team

On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 4:12 PM,PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
‹"Famara,S.PATR CK@odot.state.or.us> wrote:
As you requested, I am sending you information on leasing the ODOT property on the
southwest corner of NW 16th and NW Quimby in Portland. The lease term would be for 5
years, with two possible 5 year extensions. The initial monthly lease amount is based on a
rate of $.135 per square foot per month for the 2,000 square foot leased area. The
monthly lease amounts would be:
Year 1 - $270 per month
Year 2 - $278 per month
Year 3 - $286 per month
Year 4 - $295 per month
Year 5 - $304 per month
I've attached a sample lease document for your information. If you are interested in moving
forward with a lease, please let me know. Also, I will need the following information in
order to get the process started:

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Rider #2
WORK AGREEMENT

SECTION 1. IMPROVEMENTS PROVIDED BY LANDLORD
Unless otherwise agreed by Landlord and Tenant in an addendum to the Lease, Landlord shall provide the following
improvements in the Premises ("Landlord's Wore)and shall obtain, at Landlord's cost, the permits therefor:

Landlord at its sole expense, except as provided below, shall build tenant improvements
specified and mutually agreed upon in the Basic and Working Plans described below. Landlord
shall not purchase any trade fixtures for Tenant's café, play structure or childcare business.
Landlord will provide and install reasonable specialty lighting and finishes to be agreed upon in
the plan for café area. All levels of finish will be consistent with the standards exemplified by the
workmanship of Pearl Court. The Premises will be zoned for Tenant's intended use and hold a
valid A or E occupancy designation for assembly and education consistent with the business
use contemplated.
SECTION 2. IMPROVEMENTS PROVIDED AT TENANTS EXPENSE
2.1 Unless otherwise agreed by Landlord and Tenant in an addendum attached to the Lease, all improvements
constructed in the Premises in addition to those identified in the Basic and Working Plans of this Work Agreement shall be approved
in writing by Landlord pursuant to Section 3 of this Work Agreement and the cost thereof, including the cost of obtaining all
necessary permits and approvals, shall be paid by Tenant.
SECTION 3. DESIGN OF TENANT IMPROVEMENTS
3.1 Tenant shall retain the services of a licensed qualified architect or engineer, approved in advance by Landlord, to
prepare the necessary drawings, including without limitation Basic Plans and Working Plans as described below for construction of
the tenant improvements ("Tenant's Plans"). The first $5000 worth of architectural services of Tenant's Plans shall be prepared at
Tenant's expense.
3.2 Tenant's architect or engineer shall determine that the work shown on Tenant's Plans is compatible with the basic
Building plans and that necessary basic Building modifications are included in Tenant's Plans. The architect should also determine
that the premises can be delivered to Tenant with A or E classification under the applicable Building Codes as required for Tenant's
use.
3.3 The Basic Plans shall include fully dimensional architectural floor plans showing partition layout, clearly identifying
and locating equipment requiring special plumbing or mechanical systems, areas subject to above normal loads, special openings in
the floor, ceiling, or walls, and other major or special features. Four sets of the Basic Plans shall be delivered to Landlord within 10
days after the parties sign the Lease.
3.4 Landlord shall review the Basic Plans and shall either approve the Basic Plans or reject them, in which case
Landlord shall specify the deficiencies in the Basic Plans as submitted. If the Basic Plans are rejected, Tenant shall resubmit
revised Basic Plans as soon as practicable until Landlord's approval has been obtained. Following Landlord's approval of the Basic
Plans, Tenant's architect or engineer shall produce full working drawings for construction sufficient to obtain all necessary permits
and with sufficient detail to construct the improvements, including specifications for every item included thereon (the ''Working
Plans"). The Working Plans shall be delivered to Landlord within 15 days after Landlord's approval of the Basic Plans.
3.5 Tenant shall be responsible for delays and additional costs in completion of Tenants improvements caused by
changes made to any of Tenant's Plans after the delivery dates specified above in this Section 3, by inadequacies in any of Tenant's
Plans, or by delays in delivery of special materials requiring long lead times, and for any other costs or expenses that do not result
from the negligence or default of Landlord.
SECTION 4. CONSTRUCTION OF TENANT IMPROVEMENTS
4.1 Upon completion of the Working Plans, Landlord and its contractor shall commence work on the Premises and build
out the improvements specified in the Plans.
4.2 If Tenant desires any change to its improvements, Tenant shall submit a written request for such change to Landlord,
together with all plans and specifications necessary to show and explain changes from the approved Working Plans. Any such
change shall be subject to Landlord's approval. If Landlord's contractor is constructing Tenant's improvements, Landlord or such
contractor shall notify Tenant in writing of the amount, if any, which will be charged or credited to Tenant to reflect the cost of such
change.
4.3 If any work is to be performed in connection with the improvements on the Premises by Tenant's contractor, such
work shall conform to the following requirements:
4.3.1Such work shall proceed only upon Landlord's written approval of the public liability and property damage
insurance carried by Tenant's contractor. Landlord shall have the right to require Tenant's contractor to post a payment or
performance bond in an amount equal to the estimated cost of the work to be performed by such contractor. Tenant shall supply
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Landlord with the name, address, and emergency telephone number for Tenant's contractor and all subcontractors retained by
Tenants contractor.
4.3.2A11 such work shall be done in conformity with valid building and other permits when required, copies of
which shall be furnished to Landlord before such work Is commenced, and in any case, all such work shall be performed in
accordance with all applicable governmental regulations and all applicable safety regulations established by Landlord or Its
contractor for the Building generally. Notwithstanding any failure by Landlord to object to any such work, Landlord shall have no
responsibility for Tenant's failure to comply with all applicable governmental regulations.
4.3.3A11 such work shall be scheduled through Landlord and shall be performed in a manner and at times which
do not impede or delay any work on the Premises being performed by Landlord's contractor.
4.3.4Tenant's contractor shall store any materials only in the Premises or in such other space as may be
designated by Landlord or its contractor from time to time. All trash and surplus construction materials shall also be stored within
the Premises and shall be promptly removed from the Building.
4.4 Tenant's entry into the Premises for any purpose, including without limitation inspection or performance of work by
Tenant's contractor, prior to the Commencement Date, shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of the Lease, including
without limitation the provisions of the Lease relating to the maintenance of insurance and indemnification by Tenant, but excluding
the provisions of the Lease relating to the payment of rent. Tenant's entry shall mean entry by Tenant, its officers, contractors,
licensees, agents, servants, employees, guests, invitees, or visitors.
4.5 Tenant shall indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from and against any and all claims, losses, liabilities, and
expenses (including without limitation attorneys' fees) arising out of or in any way related to the activities of Tenant's contractors
(and any subcontractors) in the Premises or the Building. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Tenant shall promptly
reimburse Landlord upon demand for any extra expense incurred by Landlord as a result of faulty work done by Tenant or its
contractors, any delays caused by such work, or inadequate clean-up.
4.6 If Landlords contractor is to construct Tenant's improvements Landlord's contractor shall complete the improvements
in accordance with the Working Plans. Any additional amounts payable by Tenant for the actual cost of the improvements shall be
paid on or before the commencement of the Lease, or upon receipt of the final accounting. If cash is deposited by Tenant as
provided above in this Section 4, any excess paid by Tenant over the actual cost of the improvements shall be promptly refunded to
Tenant by Landlord.
4.7 If Tenant desires any change to its improvements, Tenant shall submit a written request for such change to Landlord,
together with all plans and specifications necessary to show and explain changes from the approved Working Plans. Any such
change shall be subject to Landlords approval. If Landlord's contractor is constructing Tenant's improvements, Landlord or such
contractor shall notify Tenant in writing of the amount, if any, which will be charged or credited to Tenant to reflect the cost of such
change.
4.8 If any work is to be performed in connection with the Improvements on the Premises by Tenant's contractor as
provided in Section 4.1 of this Work Agreement, such work shall conform to the following requirements:
4.8.1 Such work shall proceed only upon Landlord's written approval of the public liability and property damage
Insurance carried by Tenant's contractor. Landlord shall have the right to require Tenant's contractor to post a payment or
performance bond in an amount equal to the estimated cost of the work to be performed by such contractor. Tenant shall supply
Landlord with the name, address, and emergency telephone number for Tenant's contractor and all subcontractors retained by
Tenant's contractor.
4.8.2A11 such work shall be done in conformity with valid building and other permits when required, copies of
which shall be furnished to Landlord before such work is commenced, and in any case, all such work shall be performed in
accordance with all applicable governmental regulations and all applicable safety regulations established by Landlord or its
contractor for the Building generally. Notwithstanding any failure by Landlord to object to any such work, Landlord shall have no
responsibility for Tenants failure to comply with all applicable governmental regulations.
4.8.3A11 such work shall be scheduled through Landlord and shall be performed In a manner and at times which
do not Impede or delay any work on the Premises being performed by Landlord's contractor.
4.8.4Tenant's contractor shall store any materials only in the Premises or in such other space as may be
designated by Landlord or its contractor from time to time. All trash and surplus construction materials shall also be stored within
the Premises and shall be promptly removed from the Building.
4.9 Tenant's entry into the Premises for any purpose, including without limitation inspection or performance of work by
Tenants contractor, prior to the Commencement Date, shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of the Lease, including
without limitation the provisions of the Lease relating to the maintenance of insurance and indemnification by Tenant, but excluding
the provisions of the Lease relating to the payment of rent. Tenant's entry shall mean entry by Tenant, its officers, contractors,
licensees, agents, servants, employees, guests, invitees, or visitors.
4.10 Tenant shall indemnify and hold harmless Landlord from and against any and all claims, losses, liabilities, and
expenses (including without limitation attorneys' fees) arising out of or in any way related to the activities of Tenant's contractors
(and any subcontractors) in the Premises or the Building. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Tenant shall promptly
reimburse Landlord upon demand for any extra expense incurred by Landlord as a result of faulty work done by Tenant or its
contractors, any delays caused by such work, or inadequate clean-up.
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AMENDMENT TO RETAIL LEASE
DATED FEBRUARY 18, 2010
This Amendment to Retail Lease("Amendment') is between Pearl PDX, LLC and
PlayDate PDX, LLC and is deemed effective on May 6, 2015, regardless of subsequent
execution by the parties.
RECITALS:
On February 18, 2010, Michael Allport and PlayDate PDX, LLC ("Tenant")
A.
executed a retail lease dated February 18, 2010 (the 'Lease), for certain commercial
space located at 1434 NW 17th Avenue, Portland, Oregon.
Subsequent to the execution of the Lease, Michael Allport assigned his
B.
interest in the Lease to Shaowen Yu and Jiamin Gao, who subsequently assigned their
interest in the Lease to Pearl PDX, LLC ("Landlord").
Landlord and Tenant desire to amend the Lease, as set forth in this
C.
Amendment.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing premises and the
covenants set forth below, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged
by the parties, the parties agree as follows:
1.
Base Rent. Effective June 1, 2015, Section 1(b)of the Lease is stricken in
its entirety, no longer of any force or effect, and replaced with the following:
Base Rent between June 1, 2015 and June 30, 2021 shall be $7,250 per month.
Base Rent between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2026, shall be $7,750 per month.
This provision assumes Tenant exercises both 5 year options set forth in Rider #
1 to the Lease. Nothing in this provision is intended to require Tenant to exercise
any option to extend the term of the Lease.
NNN Expenses. Effective June 1, 2015, Section 3(a) of the Lease is
2.
stricken in its entirety, no longer of any force or effect, and replaced with the following:
In addition to Base Rent, starting June 1, 2015, Tenant shall pay to Landlord 22
cents per square foot per month as its contribution to NNN expenses. The
parties agree that Tenant's Premises comprise 7,652 square feet. Beginning
June 1, 2016, and continuing on June 1 or each subsequent year, Tenant's
obligation to pay this additional rent shall increase by 1 cent. For example,
between June 1, 2016 and May 30, 2017, Tenant shall pay 23 cents per square
foot per month and between June 1, 2017, and May 30, 2018, Tenant shall pay
24 cents per square foot per month, Tenant shall pay this obligation to Landlord

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on or before the first day of each month. This monthly payment shall constitute
Tenant's only obligation with respect to payment of NNN expenses to Landlord.
Payment of NNN Expenses. Effective June 1, 2015, Section 3(b) of the
3.
Lease is stricken in its entirety and no longer of any force or effect.
4. Utilities. Effective May 6, 2015, Section 9 of the Lease is stricken in its
entirety and no longer of any force or effect, It shall be replaced with the
following:
Tenant shall arrange and pay for regular pickup of trash, garbage, and
recycling, and shall store such trash, garbage, and recycling in only those
areas reasonably designated by Landlord. Tenant shall comply with any
recycling programs required by law. Once Landlord installs a separate
meter for water/sewer for Tenant's Premises, Tenant shall also pay for its
water/sewer usage. The costs of all other common utilities used or
consumed by Tenant is included in the NNN payments required by
Section 2 herein. Landlord shall not be liable or responsible for any
interruption of utility service to the Premises and any such interruption
shall not entitle Tenant to any abatement of rent, unless such interruption
is caused solely by the negligence of Landlord.
5. Parking. Effective May 6, 2015, Section 5(f) of the Lease is amended as
follows:
Any reference to parking in Section 5(f) of the Lease is stricken in its
entirety and no longer of any force or effect. The parking agreement
between the parties is set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto and
incorporated herein by this reference. Further, the back parking lot will be
designated for customers only. Landlord will enforce the parking
requirements among all tenants in the building and will do so in an evenhanded and uniform manner, without favoring one tenant over another
tenant.
Determination of Rent During Option. Effective May 6, 2015, Section 2
6.
{Determination of Rent) of Rider # 1 to the Lease is stricken in its entirety and no longer
of any force or effect. Rather, the amount of Base Rent during any extended term of the
Lease shall be governed by paragraph 1 of this Amendment. Landlord acknowledges
that, as of May 6, 2015, no event has occurred that would allow Landlord to reject
Tenant's attempt to exercise the Option To Extend granted by Rider # 1 to the Lease.

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From: Pearl PDX <pearlpclxlIc@gmail.com>
Date: Wed,8 Apr 2015 19:57:50 -0700
To:Pearl PDX <pearlpdx1.1c@gmail.com>
Subject: Parking Lot
Dear Tenants,
From everyone's responses,it seems that option 3(3 Kt parking in the back and the front spaces divided by tenant)
would accommodate most peoples needs. We also believe this plan would best fit the current parking situation.

We have been monitoring the front and back parking lot over the past week or so (see the attached pictures - they
are actually from 1 hour after the time stamp says, since the system clock never changed for daylight savings)* and
congestion in the lot does not seem quite as bad as we had feared it would be. The changes to street parking have
undoubtedly helped, since they have encouraged more movement and therefore spaces opening up more
frequently. This has also made it easier for those who have gotten their M zone permits to find street parking
during the day.

That said, we believe continuing with a parking plan would still improve the overall parking situation, especially with
regard to people parking in the lot and then going to other buildings, as well as being a good way to forestall future
congestion. We axe hoping that option 3 will work best to prevent that behavior while also giving us some
flexibility in terms of the use of parking spots.
We are attaching the current plan for the tenant-specific spaces in the front lot. The amount of parking spot(s) per
tenant was determined by the size of each tenant's space and the location of the spot(s) was placed as close to said
space as possible. One of the U. S. Wushu spots will be designated as a general property management/service
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For the back parking lot, we will place 3 hour parking signs up around the lot, except for the Northeast comer,
which is state property and will remain unregulated (see attached picture).
As we mentioned in the previous e-mail, these restrictions would only be in place between 9 am and 6pra (with
overnight parking also prohibited without a permit). We will be trying out various methods for monitoring the lot,
starting with spot checks of the surveillance cameras. If that proves ineffective, we will look into contracting a
towing company to monitor the lot.
Because we axe unsure how things will be developing in the future, this is very much an experiment. That is why,
after 3 months,we plan to evaluate how the system is working and whether you and your customers are satisfied.
Thank you all so much for your input!

Pearl PDX LLC Management Team
pearlpdxllc@grnail.com

*There is one photo from April 2nd of what appears to be someone dumping cardboard in our recycling dumpster which is a good reminder to all of us to keep the dumpsters locked!

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Pearl PDX Property Rules
v-2.0 Sept 16, 2015
West Covered Walkway
1. The walkway must have a cleared area at least 5-foot wide at all times.
2. The area within a 3-foot radius from the fire sprinkler valve must be kept clear at all times.
3. Tenant must ensure that the walkway west of Tenant's premises is free of trash and
obstructions overnight.
4. Smoking is prohibited on the walkway.
5. Do not dispose of cigarettes in the planters (this is a fire hazard!).
6. Bikes must be locked to a bike rack and not a railing.
7. Unattended animals are prohibited at all times. Animals are prohibited inside the building
unless expressly permitted by law.
8. Tenant use of the walkway for a business purpose obligates Tenant to(a) keep the
walkway clean and safe at all times and (b) obtain liability insurance equivalent to that
required by Tenant's lease and provide proof of such insurance to Landlord.
Common Areas
1. Common area bathrooms are the 3 single unisex bathrooms in the common hallway.
2. The common hallway must be kept free of obstructions at all times.
3. Smoking is prohibited within 10 feet of a building entrance.
4. Shower use is prohibited without Landlord's prior written permission and payment of a
user fee.
5. Tenants who use hallway to load/unload shipments must keep such activities as short as
possible and clean up afterwards.
Parking
1. East/back parking is for customers only and is limited to 3 hours maximum from 9:00 am
to 6:00 pm.
2. West/front parking spots are labeled by tenant.
3. Parking signs must be obeyed at all times.
4. Overnight parking is prohibited without Landlord's prior written permission.
These rules are incorporated by reference into Tenant's lease with Pearl PDX LLC. Violation of
these rules is a breach of the lease. Repeated violations may incur cleaning fees or similar
charges.

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From: THORESON Rebecca L * Becky On Behalf OfAsk ODOT
Sent: Friday, May 09,2014 1:48 PM
To: MUMA Steven L
Cc: SMITH David S; STRAUCH Michael L
Subject: Yu, Shaowen
<< File: —CiB9B5.pdf>> << File: yu map.pdf»
Gentlemen: I believe Steven will be the primary contact for Mr. Yu because his
biggest issue is to determine where ODOT property drops off and his begins. If we
can help him with this he will be able to monitor the vehicles that are trespassing and
have them towed which should deter other people from encroaching on his customer
parking spaces. I think David can confirm if signs are needed and someone from
ROW can let Mr. Yu know if or when that might happen.
However,if we would post the area as no parking/no trespassing we may also be able
to avoid future problems if someone decides to make this area permanent employee or
transient parking. Even though it barely accommodates 2 vehicles people are trying to
squeeze more into a tight space. If we ever need to access it for maintenance work it
would be impossible for any ODOT workers or vehicles to get into the area.
Please respond to this inquiry within 5 business days(5/16/14) or forward to the
appropriate person upon receipt.
Also, please provide a copy ofthe response by e-mail to AskODOT@odot.state.or.us
<mailto:AskODOT@odot.state.or.us> or provide confirmation that the citizen has
been contacted,for our records.(A11 referrals from ASK ODOT are monitored under
agency performance measures with the standard response of5 business days.)
Thank you for your assistance in this matter and, please don't hesitate to contact me if
you have any questions.
Becky
Rebecca L. Thoreson
ODOT Citizens' Representative
MS 11 355 Capitol St. NE
Salem, OR.97301-3871
503-986-4366 Fax 503-986-3432
Rebecca.L.Thoreson@odot.state.or.us <mailto:Rebecca.L.Thoreson@odot.state.or.us>
AskODOT@odot.state.or.us <mailto:AskODOT@odot.state.or.us>
"Your aspirations are your possibilities."
(Samuel Johnson)

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From: MUMA Steven L
Sent: Friday, May 16,2014 8:24 AM
To: Ask ODOT
Cc: SMITH David S; STRAUCH Michael L
Subject: RE: Yu,Shaowen

All,
I spoke with Mr. Yu(Shaowen)this morning at 8:15AM. I relayed to him that we
(Survey Unit)have been researching R/W in the issue area. We will have a survey
crew on site today looking for evidence of existing R/W. I told Shaowen that the
ODOT R/W line in the area will be staked either this afternoon, or Monday at the
latest.
He wanted to know ifsigns were going to be erected. I told him that was up to our
Maintenance forces and thatI was going to send you all an email letting you know I
have contacted him.
Let me know if you need anything else.
Working together,
Steven L. Muma,PLS
Region Right-of-Way & Survey Units Manager
Region 1 Technical Center
123 NW Flanders Street
Portland, Oregon 97209
Office:(503)731-3240
Cell:(503) 341-7890
FAX:(503)731-8531
Email - mailto:Steven.L.Muma@odot.state,or.us
5/12/14 Very impatient customer - he called this morning because no one has come to
see him about the parking issue. I assured him someone would contact him by the end
ofthe week but because they have other jobs scheduled for maintenance and etc. his
issue may not have a priority status. Becky
Wants information about the location ofROW line and parking under 1405:
Mr. Yu's business abuts the ramp on I 405 at Quinby and 16th Street. His customer
parking lot is being used as overflow parking by area employees who park under the
ramp which allows for 2 1/2 parking spaces and when it is full they use his parking.
Although the ODOT ROW is posted as "No Parking and No Trespassing" further up
the street it is not posted in this area.
He would like to know where ODOT't property line is located so he can paint a line
along his parking lot and post it for subject to towing signage. He would also like
ODOT to post the area under the ramp behind his store as "No Parking" so the public
does not use the area. He would like to see the ODOT ROW map and use the
information on footage designated as state ROW.
He has confronted the people parking in this area and asked them to stay off ofhis

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property. He indicated that some ofthem were rude and told him to prove they are on
his lot. He does not want to accidently tow a customers vehicle which is why he
hesitates to call a towing service.

From: THORESON Rebecca L * Becky On Behalf Of Ask ODOT
Sent: Friday, May 09,2014 1:48 PM
To:'MUMA Steven L'
Cc:'SMITH David S;STRAUCH Michael L
Subject: Yu,Shaowen

Gentlemen: I believe Steven will be the primary contact for Mr. Yu because his
biggest issue is to determine where ODOT property drops off and his begins. If we
can help him with this he will be able to monitor the vehicles that are trespassing and
have them towed which should deter other people from encroaching on his customer
parking spaces. I think David can confirm ifsigns are needed and someone from
ROW can let Mr. Yu know if or when that might happen.
However,if we would post the area as no parking/no trespassing we may also be able
to avoid future problems if someone decides to make this area permanent employee or
transient parking. Even though it barely accommodates 2 vehicles people are trying to
squeeze more into a tight space. If we ever need to access it for maintenance work it
would be impossible for any ODOT workers or vehicles to get into the area.
Please respond to this inquiry within 5 business days(5/16/14) or forward to the
appropriate person upon receipt.
Also, please provide a copy ofthe response by e-mail to AskODOT@odot.state.or.us
<mailto:AskODOT@odot.state.or.us> or provide confirmation that the citizen has
been contacted, for our records.(All referrals from ASK ODOT are monitored under
agency performance measures with the standard response of5 business days.)
Thank you for your assistance in this matter and, please don't hesitate to contact me if
you have any questions.
Becky
Rebecca L. Thoreson
ODOT Citizens' Representative
MS 11 355 Capitol St. NE
Salem, OR 97301-3871
503-986-4366 Fax 503-986-3432
Rebecca.L.Thoreson@odot.state.or.us <mailto:Rebecca.L.Thoreson odot.state.or.us>
AskODOT@odot.state.or.us <xnailto:AskODOT@odot.state.or.us>
"Your aspirations are your possibilities."
(Samuel Johnson)

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Since there's an apparent issue with parking at this location, l would put up signs if we can.
One of the businesses(Play Date PDX)gets very busy. Parking is very limited and street
parking fills up. Since this whole area is paved, its hard to tell whether parking is allowed
along the eastern border of the lot(ODOT's property). l think the placement of the
"customer parking only" sign makes it even more confusing for people entering the lot and
looking for a parking spot.
Let me know if you want to discuss.
Thanks,
--Tamara

From: STRAUCH Michael L
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 3:55 PM
To: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT; Ask ODOT; DAGNESE Susanne L; MILLER Theodore C; COWLES David
D; PETERS Jacob D
Subject: RE: cit rep inquiry by phone - Eva Menek

Sue,
Do you know if this area would require a traffic study to add the signs or not? l guess
the second question would go to Tamara: What is your recommendation for this lot?
Signs or no signs? l am not very familiar with this site so we can go with what makes
the most sense here
Thanks,
Michael Strauch
ODOT 2B District Manager
971-673-6215 Office
503-519-6665 Cell
From: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2015 2:13 PM
To: Ask ODOT; DAGNESE Susanne L; MILLER Theodore C; STRAUCH Michael L; COWLES David D
Subject: RE: cit rep inquiry by phone - Eva Menek

I just talked to Ms. Menek and her boss(Shaowen Yu), who owns the building. He is not
interested in leasing the property and would like to have the ODOT property signed for No
Parking.
So, the sign issue isn't moot after all.
Thanks,
—Tamara

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PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
'Tear! PDX"
RE: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 8:36:26 AM

From:
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Subject:
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Even if our rules/regulations allowed us to make this area No Parking (through signage
and/or pavement markings), pavement markings don't physically restrict use of the area.
People can still put their cars there — and often figure out pretty quickly that "no parking"
isn't being enforced. So, we'd want to make the area inaccessible to cars to truly resolve
the issue.
Let me know if you'd like to discuss.
Thanks,
--Tamara
From: Pearl PDX [mailto
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 4:31 PM
To: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
Subject: Re: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby

Hello Tamara,
Thank you so much for this! We wanted to ask about a possible alternative if we ended up not
leasing. Could you just stripe that section ofthe parking lot with diagonal no parking stripes
rather than making and policing a sign?
Let us know what you think!
Thank you!
Pearl PDX LLC Mana ement Team

On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 4:12 PM,PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
‹"Famara,S.PATR CK@odot.state.or.us> wrote:
As you requested, I am sending you information on leasing the ODOT property on the
southwest corner of NW 16th and NW Quimby in Portland. The lease term would be for 5
years, with two possible 5 year extensions. The initial monthly lease amount is based on a
rate of $.135 per square foot per month for the 2,000 square foot leased area. The
monthly lease amounts would be:
Year 1 - $270 per month
Year 2 - $278 per month
Year 3 - $286 per month
Year 4 - $295 per month
Year 5 - $304 per month
I've attached a sample lease document for your information. If you are interested in moving
forward with a lease, please let me know. Also, I will need the following information in
order to get the process started:

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PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
"Pearl PDX";'2liam.5111111111Mir
RE: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby
Friday, July 10, 2015 3:46:53 PM
36134-LA Lease(US WUSHU Ctr).doc
Exhibit A,pdf

Attached is the lease document for the property at NW 16th Ave. and NW Quimby St. The lease allows
use of the property for parking beginning August 1, 2015. The lease rate is $270 per month for the first
year. See page 2 of the lease for the rate for subsequent years. Please print the lease (including the
color exhibit) and have it signed on behalf of U.S. WUSHU CENTER INCORPORATED. Please return
the signed lease to me, along with (a) check in the amount of $270 for the first month's rent and (b)a
certificate of insurance showing that the required insurance is in place,. (See Section 16 of the lease for
the insurance requirements — including naming ODOT etc. as an additional insureds.)
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thanks,
--Tamara

From: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
Sent: Thursday, July 02, 2015 3:48 PM
To:'Pearl PDX'
Subject: RE: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby

I'll have them update the info. I should have the lease document sometime next week.
Thanks,
--Tamara
From: Pearl PDX [mailto:pearlpdxlIcOgmail,com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2015 6:58 PM
To: PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
Subject: Re: Lease of ODOT Property at NW 16th and NW Quimby

Hello Tamara,
We would like to change the lessee name from Pearl PDX LLC to U. S. Wushu Center, Inc.
The rest ofthe information will remain the same, except for the e-mail address which will be
uswashu(4,,mail.com.
Please let us know if you need anything as we would like to get this signed as soon as

possible.
Thank you!
Pearl PDX LLC Management Team
pearlpdx110_,,i)gmail.com
On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 9:26 AM,PATRICK Tamara S * ODOT
<Tamara.S,PATRIC1Wodot,state.or.us>

wrote:
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