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Infrastructure House

111 Alinga Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Security

  • Building Management may require that any Person entering and leaving the building at any time other than business hours identify themselves and satisfy security measures prescribed by Building Management from time to time. Building Management may prevent any Person from entering the building unless that Person possesses a key, pass or other authorisation satisfactory to Building Management, and may prevent any Person removing any goods without written authorisation. The Building Management may institute a photo-identification or other security system, in which case identification cards or other necessary security devices must be obtained from Building Management at the expense of the Tenant.
  • All entrance doors to the premises must be kept locked when the premises are not in use. Except as provided for below, all locks within the premises and on the access doors to the premises will permit access by Building Management's master key or access cards. The Tenant shall not install any locks, bolts or other security devices affecting access to the premises, or any part thereof, without Building Management's prior written consent, which may be granted on a conditional basis. No change may be made to existing locks or locking mechanism within the premises or on the access doors to the premises without Building Management's consent and coordination.
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