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					      Secure Assets First, Inc REAL PROPERTY PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE
                                       AGREEMENT

THIS REAL PROPERTY PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT (this
"Agreement") is made and entered into the ______ day of _______________, 20             (the "Effective
Date"), by and between Secure Assets First, Inc., hereby referred to as Secure Assets a New York
business corporation, having its principal office located in Melrose, New York 12121 ("Secure Assets")
and        _________________________________________________(owners                   name),         of
____________________________________________________________________ (company name),
located                                                                                              at
_____________________________________________________________________________________
________.

                                               RECITALS

WHEREAS, Secure Assets desires to retain Contractor and Contractor desires to be retained by Secure
Assets for the purposes of performing certain real property preservation and maintenance services in
accordance with the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter set forth and for other good
and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties
hereby agree as follows:

                                             AGREEMENT

SECTION 1. PROPERTY.

        (a)      Definition. Contractor shall perform (or cause to be performed) Contractor’s Work (as
hereinafter defined) at the property or properties set forth and identified on Schedule A, attached hereto
and made a part hereof (collectively, “Property”).

         (b)     Mechanic's Liens. Contractor shall not file, cause or permit any mechanic's lien or
encumbrance of any kind upon the Property. So long as the laws of the state in which the Property is
situate provide for the filing of a statutory bond to eliminate the attachment of mechanic's or material
men’s liens to real estate, Contractor shall, and shall require its subcontractor to take such steps as are
provided by law for the filing of said statutory bond prior to the initiation of any construction. If a
mechanic's or material men’s lien is threatened by any of Contractor’s subcontractors or suppliers, or in
the event of the filing of a notice of any such lien, Contractor will promptly pay the same and
immediately take steps to have the same removed. If the lien is not removed within ten (10) days from
the date of written notice from Secure Assets, Secure Assets shall have the right at its option to cause the
same to be discharged by record of payment, deposit, bond or order of a court of competent jurisdiction or
otherwise, or to pay any portion thereof, and the amounts so paid, including attorneys' fees and expenses
connected therewith and interest at the rate of 18% per annum on any sums paid or advanced, shall be due
from Contractor to Secure Assets and shall be paid to Secure Assets immediately upon rendition to
Contractor of a bill for same. Contractor shall indemnify, defend and save harmless Secure Assets from
and against all loss, claims, damages, costs or expenses suffered by Secure Assets by reason of any
maintenance, repairs, installations or improvements, made by Contractor.

SECTION 2.       CONTRACTOR'S WORK.

        (a)    Definition. Contractor, at Contractor's sole cost and expense, shall furnish all of the
materials and make all of the improvements and perform all of the work as set forth on Schedule B,

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attached hereto and made a part hereof ("Contractor's Work"). All of Contractor's Work shall be
completed in accordance with all applicable local, municipal, state, and federal laws, rules, ordinances,
regulations and codes, including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”)
(collectively, the "Applicable Laws").

         (b)     Schedule for Completion. Contractor shall complete Contractor’s Work in accordance
with Schedule C, attached hereto and made a part hereof. Contractor hereby acknowledges and agrees
that Secure Assets will incur actual damages attributable to any Contractor delay and that Secure Assets
shall not be obligated to pay Contractor for any services rendered after the stated time for completion.

          (c)   Change Orders. Any changes on orders must have the prior written consent of Secure
Assets.

         (d)     Performance. Contractor shall diligently prosecute Contractor's Work to completion
without interruption or delay, in a first-class, good, and skillful manner, and, in the case of construction,
using only new materials. Contractor, at Contractor's sole responsibility and expense, shall diligently
pursue and procure all building and other permits, approvals and licenses necessary for performing
Contractor's Work. Contractor shall ensure that all individuals performing any part of Contractor’s Work
shall be licensed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations.



        (e)     Invoices and Photographic Evidence. Contractor shall provide Secure Assets with
invoices and photographic evidence of performance of Contractor’s Work, in accordance with the
procedures and specifications set forth on Schedule D, attached hereto and made a part hereof. Contractor
hereby acknowledges and agrees that complete compliance with this Section 2 is an absolute condition to
payment for services rendered and that Secure Assets may refuse to pay Contractor for services rendered
whenever, in Secure Assets sole and absolute discretion, Contractor has failed to comply with this Section
2(e).

         (f)     Contractor’s Insurance. Contractor shall, at his/her/its sole cost and expense, secure
and continuously maintain, and shall require any and all of his/her/its subcontractors to secure and
continuously maintain, throughout the Term (hereinafter defined) of this Agreement, with insurance
companies qualified to do business in the jurisdiction in which Contractor’s Work is to be performed and
with a rating of A-VII or better in the current Best’s Insurance Reports published by A. M. Best
Company, the insurance set forth on Schedule E, attached hereto and made a part hereof. Contractor shall
name Secure Assets as an additional insured on certain insurance policies as is indicated on Schedule E.
Contractor shall provide Secure Assets with certificates and required endorsements evidencing any and all
such insurance as required hereunder (i) prior to performing any of Contractor’s Work; (ii) no later than
the 5th day of January of each calendar year; and (iii) within twenty-four (24) hours after Secure Assets
request therefore.

SECTION 3. CONTRACTOR'S RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES. The Contractor's rights and
responsibilities in connection with Contractor’s Work are as follows:

        (a)     Subcontractors. Contractor may engage subcontractors to perform any part or the whole
of Contractor’s Work. Not with standing the foregoing, Contractor must have a written contract with
each subcontractor and all such contracts shall conform to the provisions of this Agreement.

         (b)       Supervision of Contractor’s Work. Contractor shall be solely responsible for all of
Contractor’s Work, including, without limitation, the techniques, sequences, procedures, and means, and
for coordination thereof.        Contractor shall supervise and direct Contractor’s Work to the best of
his/her/its ability, and shall devote to Contractor’s Work all attention necessary for proper supervision and
direction.

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        (c)      Furnishing of Labor, Materials, Etc. Contractor shall provide and be solely
responsible for the payment of all labor, materials, and equipment (including, without limitation, all tools,
construction equipment and machinery), and transportation necessary for the proper completion of
Contractor’s Work.

         (d)    Discipline and Employment. Contractor shall maintain at all times strict discipline
among its Contractors and subcontractors, and agrees not to employ or contract for any portion or the
whole of Contractor’s Work with any person unfit or without sufficient skill to perform the job for which
that person was employed or contracted.


        (e)      Payment of Taxes; Procurement of Licenses and Permits. Contractor shall be solely
responsible for the payment of all taxes required by law in connection with Contractor’s Work, including,
without limitation, all sales, use, and similar taxes; and, without limiting the generality of any other
provision set forth herein, shall secure and be solely responsible for the payment of the fees for all
licenses and permits necessary for proper completion of Contractor’s Work.

        (f)      Compliance with Laws and Regulations. Without limiting, the generality of any other
provision set forth herein, Contractor shall comply with all laws and ordinances, and the rules,
regulations, or orders of all public authorities relating to the performance of Contractor’s Work. If any
part of Contractor’s Work or this Agreement should be at variance with any of such requirements,
Contractor shall notify Secure Assets promptly on discovery of such variance.

         (g)     Responsibility for Negligence of Contractors and Subcontractors. Contractor agrees
to assume full responsibility for acts, negligence, or omissions of all of its Contractors and subcontractors
and for subcontractors Contractors and subcontractors, and for those of all other persons performing any
part or the whole of Contractor’s Work.

         (h)     Warranty of Fitness of Equipment and Materials. Contractor represents and warrants
to Secure Assets that all equipment and materials used in Contractor’s Work, made a part of the Property,
or placed permanently in connection with Contractor’s Work shall be new, of good quality, free of
defects, and in conformity with this Agreement.

         (i)      Clean-up. Contractor shall keep the Property and adjoining ways free of waste material
and rubbish caused by Contractor’s Work. Contractor shall remove all waste material and rubbish upon
completion or termination of Contractor’s Work, together with all its tools, equipment, machinery and
surplus materials; and shall conduct, where applicable, general clean-up operations, including, without
limitation, the cleaning of all glass surfaces, paved streets and walks, steps, and interior floors and walls.

        (j)     Indemnity and Hold Harmless. Contractor agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold
harmless Secure Assets, its agents and Contractors, from and against all claims, damages, losses, and
expenses, including reasonable attorneys' arising out of the performance of Contractor’s Work, including,
without limitation, those which are (A) for bodily injury, illness, or death, or for property damage,
including loss of use, and (B) caused in whole or in part by Contractor's willful misconduct or negligent
acts or omissions, or that of Contractor’s Contractors or subcontractor, or any other person employed or
contracted by them or for whose acts Contractor or subcontractor may be liable.

        (k)      Safety Precautions and Programs. Contractor shall provide for and overseeing all
safety orders, precautions, and programs necessary to the reasonable safety in the course of Contractor’s
Work and shall take all precautions for the safety of all Contractors, subcontractors and other persons
whom Contractor’s Work might affect.


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SECTION 4. PAYMENT. Secure Assets shall pay Contractor for services rendered on the Friday
following 30 days after Contractor’s complete satisfaction of all requirements and conditions to payment
set forth in this Agreement.

SECTION 5. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES. Contractor represents warrants and/or
covenants to Secure Assets as follows:

       (a)     If organized as a business entity, Contractor is a duly authorized and existing in the state
of formation and in any state in which Contractor performs (or causes to be performed) Contractor’s
Work.

        (b)     If an individual, Contractor possesses current and valid licenses (and other such
requirements) as required by the jurisdiction(s) in which Contractor’s Work is to be performed.

        (b)     Contractor has the full right and authority to enter into this Agreement;

        (d)     The person(s) executing this Agreement is/are duly authorized to do so;

        (e)     This Agreement constitutes a valid and legally binding obligation of Contractor,
enforceable in accordance with its terms; and

         (f)    Contractor shall not bring into, upon, keep or use, in or about the Property any Hazardous
Materials in violation of any legal statute, law, regulation, or other federal, state or local prohibitions or
restrictions.

SECTION 6. NON-COMPETITION/NON-SOLICITATION/NON-DISCLOSURE.

        (a)     Competition and Solicitation. During the Term of this Agreement and for a period of
two (2) years thereafter, Contractor shall not, directly or indirectly, without Secure Assets prior written
consent:

                (i)      Within a twenty-five (25) mile radius of any Property, become employed or
        otherwise act as an Contractor, establish an office and/or directly or indirectly act in any capacity,
        including, but not limited to, proprietor, officer, principal, agent, partner, shareholder, member,
        consultant, agent, manager, financier, guarantor, or lender, participate in, exercise any control
        over or render service to any business, firm, practice, corporation, limited liability company,
        partnership or other entity which is competitive with the business conducted by Secure Assets.

                 (ii)    Solicit or accept any business from any current customers or clients of Secure
        Assets or from any prospective customers of Secure Assets from which Secure Assets or its
        Contractors or agents solicited business during the Term of this Agreement. A prospective
        customer shall be deemed to have been solicited by Secure Assets if prior to the expiration or
        earlier termination of the Term, representatives of Secure Assets have had discussions with the
        customer, which discussions are documented in writing.

                 (iii)    In any manner whether directly or indirectly, seek to persuade any director,
        officer, or other Contractor of Secure Assets to discontinue their employment or relationship with
        Secure Assets in order to become employed by Contractor or any person or entity with which
        Contractor is affiliated, or to be associated with Contractor in any business activity similar to or
        competitive with the business of Secure Assets.

        (b)     Proprietary Information. Contractor agrees that during the Term of this Agreement
and at any time following the expiration or earlier termination thereof, Contractor shall not disclose to any
person, firm, corporation or other entity, any proprietary information or other confidential information

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(including the terms of this Agreement)relating to Secure Assets, their business and affairs as may be
acquired by Contractor during the course of and incident to the Contractor's relationship with Secure
Assets, including, without limitation, confidential financial information, drawings, customer lists,
performance techniques, business secrets or other information concerning the business or affairs of Secure
Assets. In this regard, Contractor agrees that all memoranda, notes, records, electronic information or
stored information, papers or other documents and all copies thereof relating to Secure Assets operation
or business, whether or not prepared by Contractor and all objects associated therewith in any way
obtained by Contractor shall be and become the property of Secure Assets and be immediately returned to
Secure Assets upon the expiration or earlier termination of the Term of this Agreement or upon any other
request by Secure Assets.

         (c)     Duration and Geographic Scope. The parties hereto intend that this Section 6 be
enforced as written. However, (i) if any portion or provision of this Section 6 shall to any extent be
declared illegal or unenforceable by a duly authorized court having jurisdiction, then the remainder of this
Section 6, or the application of such portion or provision in circumstances other than those as to which it
is so declared illegal or unenforceable, shall not be affected thereby, and each portion and provision of
this Section 6 shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law; and (ii) if any
provision, or part thereof, is held to be unenforceable because of the duration of such provision or the
geographic area covered thereby, the parties hereto agree that the court making such determination shall
have the power to reduce the duration and/or geographic area of such provision, and/or to delete specific
words and phrases ("blue-penciling"), and in its reduced or blue-penciled form such provision shall then
be enforceable and shall be enforced. The parties hereto further agree that the covenants set forth in this
Section 6 are reasonable in all the circumstances for the protection of the legitimate interests of the Secure
Assets. In the event that any one or more of such covenants shall, either taken by itself or themselves
together, be adjudged to go beyond what is reasonable in all the circumstances for the protection of the
interests of the Secure Assets, but would be adjudged reasonable if any particular covenant or covenants
or parts thereof were deleted, restricted or limited in a particular manner, then the said covenant shall
apply with such deletions, restrictions or limitations, as the case may be.

         (d)      Non-Disparagement. Contractor agrees that he/she will not make or cause to be made,
except as where required by applicable law, any statement, written or oral to any third party (this shall
include any communication whatsoever with Secure Assets client(s), which is hereby absolutely
prohibited) that disparages or may be disparaging, is inimical or may be inimical to, or is reasonably
likely to damage the reputation of Secure Assets. The foregoing shall include statements made to any
media, public interest group and publishing companies, and statements distributed or caused to be
distributed via the internet.

         (e)     Irreparable Harm. Contractor hereby acknowledges and agrees that any breach or
threatened breach of this Section 6, would be wrongful and cause substantial, continuing and irreparable
harm, injury and damage to Secure Assets, which would materially adversely affect Secure Assets and its
business affairs. Therefore, in addition to all remedies of law or equity, in the event of any breach or
threatened breach of any of the terms of this Section 6, Secure Assets shall be entitled, as a matter of
right, and without proving damages, to immediate injunctive or other equitable relief enjoining and
restraining Contractor and each and every other person or entity concerned therewith or thereby from
continuing to act (or failing to act) in violation of the terms hereof. Further, in the event of any breach of
this Section 6, (A) all amounts then owing by Secure Assets to Contractor pursuant to this Agreement
shall be declared forfeited and Secure Assets shall then have no further liability to Contractor for said
amounts; and (B) Secure Assets shall have the right to offset the amount of any damages and
reimbursement arising as of the result of Contractor's breach hereunder, including reasonable attorneys
fees, against any other sums which Secure Assets owes to Contractor.

SECTION 7. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.



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        (a)     Hazardous Materials Definition. As used herein, the term "Hazardous Material" shall
mean any material waste or material substance (A) included within the definition of "hazardous
substances," "hazardous materials," "toxic substances," or "solid waste" in or pursuant to any
Environmental Law or subject to regulation under any Environmental Law; (B) listed in the United States
Department of Transportation Optional Hazardous Materials Table, 49 C.F.R. Section 172.101 enacted as
of the date hereof or hereafter amended, or the United States Environmental Protection Agency List of
Hazardous Substances and Reportable Quantities, 40 C.F.R. Part 301 enacted as of the date hereof or as
hereinafter amended; or (C) an explosive, radioactive, asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyl, oil or
petroleum product, excluding, however, common maintenance and cleaning products in quantities
regularly found at properties with a standard of operation comparable to the Premises and used in
compliance with Environmental Laws.

         (b)     Environmental Laws Definition. As used herein, the term "Environmental Laws" shall
mean all present and future federal, state and local laws, statutes, rules, ordinances and regulations
relating to pollution or protecting human health or the environment including, without limitation, laws,
statutes, rules, ordinances and regulations relating to emissions, discharges, releases of hazardous
substances, or otherwise relating to the manufacture, processing, distribution, use, treatment, storage,
disposal, transport or handling of hazardous substances, including, without limitation, the Comprehensive
Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. §§ 9601 et seq.; the
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, 42 U.S.C. §§ 6901 et seq.; the Toxic Substance
Control Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 2601 et seq.; the Water Pollution Control Act (also known as the Clean Water
Act), 33 U.S.C. §§ 1251 et seq.; the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. § 7401 et seq.; the Hazardous Materials
Transportation Act, 49 U.S.C. § 1801 et seq.; the Safe Drinking Water Act, 21 U.S.C. § 349; 42 U.S.C. §
201 and § 300 et seq.; the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, 42 U.S.C. § 4321; the Superfund
Amendment and Reauthorization Act of 1986, codified in scattered Sections of 10 U.S.C., 29 U.S.C., 33
U.S.C. and 42 U.S.C; and Title III of the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization.

SECTION 8. TERM/TERMINATION. The term of this Agreement (“Term”) shall commence upon
the Effective Date set forth on page 1 of this Agreement and shall expire three years from that date. Either
party may terminate this agreement by providing no less than 30 days written notice to the other party
hereto. Secure Assets may terminate this Agreement ‘for cause” immediately and without notice to
Contractor. For purposes of this Agreement, “for cause” shall mean (a) any breach by Contractor of this
Agreement, (b) any dishonesty or fraud in Contractor’s dealings with Secure Assets, (c) Contractor’s
commission of a crime, and (d) any act or moral turpitude or any other or conduct by Contractor that may
cause harm or embarrassment to Secure Assets.

SECTION 9. MISCELLANEOUS.

        (a)      Notices. Notices hereunder shall be effective if in writing and if delivered personally or
deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, registered or certified, return receipt requested, or by
nationally recognized overnight courier service and addressed, in the case of Secure Assets, to:

                                 Secure Assets First, Inc.
                                 Melrose, New York 12121
                                 ATTENTION: President


                         In the case of the Contractor, to:

                                 Contractor (as listed on page 1)


        Any party may change the address to which notices are to be addressed by giving the other parties
hereto notice in the manner herein set forth.

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        (b)      Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the final, exclusive and complete
statement and understanding of the parties’ agreement respecting the subject matter addressed herein.
This Agreement may not subsequently be amended or modified except by a writing signed by both parties
hereto. Contractor hereby acknowledges and agrees that any information disclosed to it by Secure Assets,
or any discussions held between the parties, prior to the date of this Agreement, shall be subject to the
terms of this Agreement. Any waiver by Secure Assets of a breach of any provision of this Agreement
shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any subsequent breach hereof.

         (c)     Third-Party Rights. This Agreement shall not be construed as conferring upon any
party, other than a party to this Agreement, any right or benefit. Solely Secure Assets or Contractor may
enforce all claims that may arise under this Agreement, as the case may be.

        (d)     No Assignment. Contractor may not assign his/her/its rights or delegate his/her/its
obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Secure Assets. Secure Assets may
assign this Agreement, in whole or in part,, in its sole and absolute discretion.

         (e)     Governing Law; Consent to Jurisdiction. This Agreement will be governed by the
laws of the State of New York. Each of the parties hereto hereby submit to the jurisdiction and venue of
the courts of the State of New York located within Onondaga County, New York and the United States
District Court for the Northern District of New York, as well as to the jurisdiction of all courts to which
an appeal may be taken or other review sought from the aforesaid courts, for the purpose of any suit,
action or other proceeding arising out of any obligation hereunder, and expressly waives any and all
objections it may have as to venue in any of such courts. Each party hereto hereby irrevocably consents
to the service of process in any such suit, action or proceeding by the mailing of copies thereof by
registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, to such party at its address set forth in Section 9(a) herein.
Nothing herein shall affect the right of any party to serve process in any other manner permitted by law.

        (f)     Documents; Necessary Acts. Contractor agrees to execute and deliver all documents,
papers, and instruments and perform such other acts as may be necessary or convenient to carry out the
terms of this Agreement.

         (g)      Non-Waiver; Breach. Any waiver of any term and condition of this Agreement must be
in writing and signed by the party against whom it is sought to be asserted. A party’s neglect or failure in
any case or circumstance to require performance of any other party’s obligations or to enforce its rights in
the event of a breach by another party shall not affect such party’s right to enforce such rights and
obligations in any other case or circumstance. A waiver of any individual term or condition shall not be
construed as a waiver of any other term or condition nor, unless so provided in such written waiver, of the
term or condition thereby waived in the event of a future or continuing breach by the other party, except
in the particular circumstance(s) in or for which such waiver was provided.

         (h)     Severability; Invalidity of Any Provision. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall
be construed to require the commission of an act contrary to law. Whenever there is any conflict between
any provision of this Agreement and any present statute, law, ordinance or regulation contrary to which
the parties have no legal right to contract, the latter shall prevail. In such event, and in any case in which
any provision of this Agreement is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction, a regulatory or any
other agency having appropriate jurisdiction, or legal counsel for Secure Assets to be in violation of a
statute, law, ordinance or regulation, the affected provision(s) shall be curtailed and limited or otherwise
modified, but only to the extent necessary to bring it within the requirements of the law and, insofar as
possible under the circumstances, to carry out the purposes of this Agreement. In the event that such
statute, law, ordinance or regulation materially and adversely affects the ability of either of the parties to
carry out their respective obligations hereunder, the affected party shall propose by written notice to the
others that they negotiate in good faith to restructure the Agreement accordingly.


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         (i)      Joint Preparation. This Agreement shall be deemed to have been prepared jointly by
the parties hereto. Any uncertainty or ambiguity existing herein, if any, shall not be interpreted against
any party, but shall be interpreted according to the application of the rules of interpretation for arm’s
length agreements. Each party has had the opportunity for independent review by legal and other counsel,
and all terms and conditions contained herein have been arrived at by arm’s length negotiations and
reflect the fair market value for services to be rendered.

         (j)     Enforcement Costs. If any legal action or other proceeding is brought by either party for
the enforcement of this Agreement or because of an alleged dispute, breach, default or misrepresentation
in connection with any provision of this Agreement, the successful or prevailing party or parties shall be
entitled to recover reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses and court costs (including, without limitation,
all such fees, costs and expenses incident to arbitration, appellate, bankruptcy and post-judgment
proceedings), incurred in that action or proceeding, in addition to any other relief to which such party or
parties may be entitled.

        (k)     Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed simultaneously in two or more
counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which together shall constitute the
same instrument.

        (l)     Arbitration.

                 (i) Not with standing any other provision herein to the contrary, and except as provided in
        subparagraph (iii) below, all disputes, claims, or controversies arising out of or relating to the
        obligations of the parties under this Agreement, including without limitation, disputes, claims or
        controversies based upon federal or state laws or statutes as to whether a particular claim or
        dispute must be arbitrated, and the validity and/or enforceability of this arbitration provision, that
        are not resolved by mutual agreement shall be resolved solely and exclusively by binding
        arbitration to be conducted before the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) or its
        successor. The parties acknowledge and agree that as a precondition to pursuing any type of
        claim against the other party arising from this Agreement, irrespective of the claim or cause of
        action, the aggrieved party shall provide the other party with written notice. The parties shall
        subsequently, for a period of thirty (30) days following such notice, negotiate in good faith to
        reach a resolution of the alleged claim and type of remedy sought. If the alleged claim is not
        resolved through such negotiations, the aggrieved party may initiate arbitration as set forth herein.
        The arbitration shall be held in Syracuse, New York before a single arbitrator and shall be
        conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by AAA unless specifically
        modified herein. The parties covenant and agree that the arbitrator shall be appointed through
        AAA’s procedures within fifteen (15) days of the date on which a written demand for arbitration
        is filed by any party hereto, and the arbitration proceedings shall commence thereafter as soon as
        reasonably practicable. In connection with the arbitration proceeding, the arbitrator shall have the
        power to order the production of documents by each party and any third-party witnesses, and to
        shorten the length of notice periods or other time periods provided in AAA’s procedures to ensure
        an expedited proceeding. In addition, each party may take up to three depositions as of right, and
        the arbitrator may in his or her discretion allow additional depositions upon good cause shown by
        the moving party. The arbitrator shall have the power to order the answering of interrogatories
        and the response to requests for admission. In connection with any arbitration, each party shall
        provide to the other, no later than five (5) business days before the date of the arbitration, the
        identity of all persons that may testify at the arbitration and a copy of all documents that may be
        introduced at the arbitration or considered or used by a party’s witness or expert, and a summary
        of the expert’s opinions and the basis for said opinions. The arbitrator’s decision and award shall
        be made and delivered within seventy-five (75) days of the selection of the arbitrator, provided
        that the arbitrator may, if fairness so requires, extend such period not more than an additional
        thirty (30) days. The findings of the arbitrator may not change the express terms of the
        Agreement. The arbitrator’s decision shall set forth a reasoned basis for any award of damages or

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       finding of liability. The arbitrator shall not have power to award damages in excess of actual
       compensatory damages and shall not multiply actual damages, award punitive damages, or any
       other damages that are specifically excluded under this Agreement, and each party hereby
       irrevocably waives any claim to such damages in connection with such arbitration.

               (ii)     The parties covenant and agree that they will participate in the arbitration in good
       faith and that they will, except as provided in this Section 9(l), (A) bear their own attorneys’ fees,
       costs and expenses in connection with the arbitration, and (B) the fees and expenses charged by
       AAA shall be borne 50% by Secure Assets and 50% by Contractor. Notwithstanding the
       preceding sentence, the arbitrator may in his or her discretion assess costs and expenses
       (including the reasonable legal fees, costs and expenses of the prevailing party) against any party
       to a proceeding.

               (iii)   Any party unsuccessfully refusing to comply with an order of the arbitrators shall
       be liable for costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, incurred by the other party in
       enforcing the award before a court of competent jurisdiction.

               (iv)    Each of the parties hereto irrevocably and unconditionally consents to the
       exclusive jurisdiction of AAA to resolve all disputes, claims or controversies under this
       Agreement. Each party further irrevocably waives any objection to proceeding before AAA
       based upon lack of personal jurisdiction or to the laying of venue and further irrevocably and
       unconditionally waives and agrees not to make a claim in any court that arbitration before AAA
       has been brought in an inconvenient forum. Each of the parties hereto hereby consents to service
       of process by registered mail at the address to which notices are to be given. Each of the parties
       hereto agrees that its or his submission to jurisdiction and its or his consent to service of process
       by mail is made for the express benefit of the other parties hereto.

        (m)      Business Relationship.   This Agreement does not in any way constitute an
employer/Contractor relationship between Contractor and Secure Assets and Contractor is at all times
acting as an independent contractor.

        (n)      Captions, Gender and Number. The captions of the sections and subsections of this
Agreement are for convenience of reference only and in no way define, limit or affect the scope or
substance of any section of this Agreement. Whenever herein the singular number is used the same shall
include the plural, and the masculine gender shall include the feminine and neuter genders.


          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the day and year
first written above.

                                                 Secure Assets:

                                                 Secure Assets First Inc.


                                                 Signature: _________________________________

                                                          Print                                        Name:

                                                 ______________________________

                                                          Title: ___________________



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                                                CONTRACTOR:

                                                Company                                              Name:
                                                ____________________________________


                                                Signature: __________________________________

                                                        Print Name: _____________________

                                                        Title: ___________________



                                            SCHEDULE A

                                             PROPERTY


Property locations will be provided via Work Orders sent by email, mail, facsimile or by other electronic
means. Properties will be located within an agreed upon geographic range of the contractor’s location
(“Contractor’s Geographic Range”). In order to ensure the efficient facilitation of this Agreement,
Contractor agrees that, notwithstanding any other provision set forth in this Agreement to the contrary,
this Schedule A may be modified or amended by Secure Assets at any time, in its sole and absolute
discretion; provided that Secure Assets provides Contractor with written notice of such modification or
amendment within no later than five (5) business days thereafter. Furthermore, for purposes of this
Schedule A only, Contractor agrees that said written notice may be delivered by email, facsimile or by
any other electronic means. Contractor shall be responsible to update and maintain this Schedule A
accordingly.




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                                              SCHEDULE B

                                       CONTRACTOR’S WORK


Contractor’s Work shall be defined as set forth in work orders sent by Secure Assets to Contractor
(“Work Order(s)). Work Orders will be discussed and delivered via hand delivery, telephone, email,
facsimile, or by other electronic means. In order to ensure the efficient facilitation of this Agreement,
Contractor agrees that, notwithstanding any other provision set forth in this Agreement to the contrary,
this Schedule B may be modified or amended by Secure Assets at any time, in its sole and absolute
discretion; provided that Secure Assets provides Contractor with written notice of such modification or
amendment within no later than five (5) business days thereafter. Furthermore, for purposes of this
Schedule B only, Contractor agrees that said written notice may be delivered by email, facsimile or by
any other electronic means. Contractor shall be responsible to maintain and update this Schedule B and
Contractor’s records accordingly. The following is a guideline to be used by Contractor in performing
Contractor’s Work and shall be in addition to and not in lieu of Contractor’s Work set forth in any
Work Order (s) provided to Contractor or any other provision of this Agreement. In the event, and to the
extent there is a conflict between the terms of this Agreement and the terms of any Work Order regarding
the subject matter of this Schedule B, the terms of the Work Order shall take precedence and prevail.


1.       Sales Clean

Photos: (TAKE ALL PHOTOS FROM THE SAME ANGLE)

        Full shots of each room, before, during and after AT THE SAME ANGLE
        Inside and outside of appliances, before, during and after AT THE SAME ANGLE.
        Items that cannot come clean
        Toilets, including behind the toilets, before, during and after
        Carpets, before, during and after (if carpeting is shag or Berber and you cannot see vacuum lines,
         make notes of it)

Enclosed Porch/Front Patio:
    Clean ceiling fan blades
    Clean doors and door frames
    Remove cobwebs from corners and ceilings
    Clean walls, ceilings and baseboards
    Clean light fixtures, switches and outlet covers
    Clean windows inside and outside (within reach)
    Clean window sills
   
Entry Way:
    Sweep and damp mop all floors (hardwood & tile) if cement sweep clean
    Clean storm glass
    Remove cobwebs from corners and ceilings

Living room:
     Clean ceiling fan blades
     Clean fan light fixtures
     Clean doors and door frames
     Remove cobwebs from corners and ceilings
     Clean walls, ceilings, and baseboards

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        Clean light fixtures, switches and outlet covers
        Clean windows inside and out (within reach)
        Clean window sills
        Sweep and damp mop all floors (hardwood & tile)

Kitchen:
     Clean all cupboards & drawers
     Clean pantry shelves, remove any liners
     Clean cupboard doors and counter tops
     Clean backsplashes
     Clean interior and exterior of all appliances (including seals of refrigerators and dishwashers). If
       it is not possible to clean excessively dirty appliances please report
     Scour and rinse out kitchen and utility/laundry room sinks
     Sweep and damp mop all floors (hardwood & tile)
     Clean refrigerator (leave door open after cleaning if power is off)
     Cobwebs removed from corners and ceilings

Family Room:
    Clean ceiling fan blades
    Clean doors and door frames
    Remove cobwebs from corners and ceiling
    Clean walls, ceilings, and baseboards
    Clean light fixtures, switches, and outlet covers
    Clean windows inside and out (within reach)
    Clean window sills
    Sweep and damp mop all floors (hardwood & tile)

Bathrooms:
    Clean mirrors
    Clean counter tops
    Clean shower doors
    Walls, ceilings, and baseboards all tile and any backsplashes cleaned
    Toilet and behind toilet cleaned
    Clean cabinets, drawers, vanities, medicine cabinets, etc
    Sweep and damp mop floors (hardwood and tile) or carpets vacuumed
    Clean all plumbing fixtures (toilets, bathtubs, showers and sinks) and under sink
    Tape toilets shut with blue painters tape

Bedrooms:
    Ceiling fan blades cleaned
    Ceiling fan light fixtures cleaned
    Door frames dusted
    Cobwebs removed from corners and ceilings
    Walls, ceilings, baseboards cleaned
    Light fixtures, switches, and outlet covers cleaned
    Windows cleaned inside and out
    Window sills cleaned
    Floors swept and damp mopped (hardwood and tile) or carpets vacuumed
    Fireplace cleaned off (if applicable)



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Miscellaneous:
    Install air fresheners (minimum of 2)
    If electricity is on, are all the light bulbs working?
    Replace missing light bulbs
    Clean all blinds and levelors (if blinds are warped and or damaged remove as debris)
    Remove stickers/nails/etc from walls
    Clean shelves, closet inserts, decorative ledges, etc
    Clean all windows within reach
    Clean all air intakes and vents

Contractor should complete the sales clean, and then go back through the property and double check to
ensure all items and tasks that have been completed. QC’s are completed at properties; if any of
Contractor’s Work is performed unsatisfactorily, Contractor shall return to the property to bring it into
compliance with the requirements for Contractor’s Work at its/his/her sole cost and expense and at no
charge to Secure Assets. Contractor shall be responsible to make reasonable recommendations regarding
sales cleaning (e.g. Ripping out carpet that will not come clean, painting dirty walls, etc.) to increase
marketability. Contractor shall promptly report to Secure Assets any item that cannot be cleaned..
Contractor shall provide all equipment and materials necessary to complete Contractor’s Work at
Contractor’s sole cost and expense and at no charge to Secure Assets.

2.       General Work


CONTRACTOR MUST CALL THEIR STATE COORDINATOR PRIOR TO LEAVING THE
PROPERTY, HAVING SUBMITTED PHOTOS AND PROVIDING AN UPDATE ON THE
PROPERTY.
IF THERE IS AN ISSUE WITH A PROPERTY, CONTRACTOR MUST CONTACT THEIR STATE
COORDINATOR IMMEDIATELY. IF THE ISSUE CANNOT BE RESOLVED IMMEDIATELY,
CONTRACTOR MAYBE INSTRUCTED TO RETURN TO THE PROPERTY TO RESOLVE ISSUE.

PPO P4C – Contractor shall:
      1. Take a front photo, address photo, and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
      2. Change ALL the locks to the Property take before, during and after photos AT THE SAME
   ANGLE.
      3. Count all the interior debris (inside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of every room
      including the kitchen and bathroom. Take a photo of any health hazards, mold, missing
      handrails, broken windows, anything out of the ordinary.
      4. Count all the exterior debris (outside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of vehicles and
      their license plates/VIN numbers, tires, health hazards, missing handrails on porches, roof if there
      is a roof leak, anything out of the ordinary.
      5(a). If between the dates of October 1st and March 31st, winterize the property. Take photos of
      the winterizing process, including, without limitation, pouring the antifreeze, disconnecting the
      water meter, draining the hot water tank/boiler, and pressure testing before, during and after AT
      THE SAME ANGLE.
      5(b). If between the dates of April 1st and September 30th, cut the grass or take photos if over the
      allowable. For this purpose, “over the allowable” shall mean a lot size over 100x150 or grass
      over 3ft high. If you do cut the grass, take before, during, and after photos.
      6. Check to see if power is on – flip the breaker if need be. If there is a sump pump, leave power
      ON. If no sump pump, turn power back OFF. Promptly inform the State Coordinator the results.
      7. Call the State Coordinator to do a checklist.




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PPO Re-conveyance
      See P4C above

PPO Additional Work Request/ REO Repair Approval – Contractor shall:
      1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if possible.
      2. Do what the Work Order calls for. Take before, during and after photos AT THE SAME
      ANGLE. Call the State Coordinator to double check all work done.

PPO Initial Secure – Contractor shall:
      1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign whenever possible.
      2. Change main lock. (code subject to change). Take before, during, and after photos AT THE
      SAME ANGLE.
      3. Count up all the interior debris (inside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of every
      room including the kitchen and bathroom. Take a photo of any health hazards, mold, missing
      handrails, broken windows, anything out of the ordinary.
      4. Count up all the exterior debris (outside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of vehicles
      and their license plates/VIN numbers, tires, health hazards, missing handrails on porches, roof if
      there is a roof leak, anything out of the ordinary.
      5(a). If between the dates of October 1st and March 31st, you MUST winterize a property. Take
      photos of EVERYTHING – pouring the antifreeze, disconnecting the water meter, draining the
      hot water tank/boiler, and pressure test, BEFORE DURING AND AFTER PHOTOS NEEDED.
      5(b). If between the dates of April 1st and September 30th, you MUST cut the grass or take photos
      if over the allowable. Over the allowable is lot size over 100x150 or over 1ft high. If you do cut
      the grass, take before, during, and after photos.
      6. Check to see if power is on – flip the breaker if need be. If there IS a sump pump, leave power
      ON. If NO sump pump, turn power back OFF. Tell State Coordinator the results
      7. Call the State Coordinator to do a Checklist.

PPO Winterization
     1. Take a front photo, address photo, and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
     2. Change 1 lock if you need access. Make sure you tell the State Coordinator that you had to
     change a lock.
     3. Shut water off. Disconnect the water meter. Take photos before and after AT THE SAME
     ANGLE. If Property is on a well water system, take a photo of the well holding tank inside the
     house. Turn the well holding tank off and take photos before and after AT THE SAME ANGLE.
     4. Pressure tests the lines. If any plumbing is missing or pipe separations, take photos of all of it.
     5. Drain the hot water tank/boiler/holding tank – TAKE BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER
     PHOTOS AT THE SAME ANGLE.
     6. Pour antifreeze in ALL fixtures including sinks, toilets, tubs, and dishwashers and any open
     lines you see. TAKE PHOTOS WHILE POURING.
     7. If you are able to take a photo of the generator showing that the lines hold pressure, do so.
     8. Check to see if power is on – flip the breaker if need be. If there IS a sump pump, leave power
     ON. If NO sump pump, turn power back OFF. Tell State Coordinator the results

Initial Yard Maintenance – Allowable is 100x150 (15,000 ft) and under 1 ft.
         1. Take a front photo, address photo, and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
         2. COUNT THE LOT SIZE ALWAYS. If over the allowable, do no work. Tell State
         Coordinator lot size and grass height.
         3. If under the allowable, you MUST cut the grass. Take before, during, and after photos.

Yard Re-cut
      1. Take a front photo, address photo, and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.



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         2. Check with State Coordinator to see if we have been there before. If we have, CUT THE
         GRASS, even if over the allowable. If we have NOT been there before, check to see if it is over
         the allowable and ask State Coordinator. TAKE PHOTOS.

Estimates/Damage Reports
       1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
       2. Take photos of everything the estimate sheet calls for. Take photos of ALL damages including
       broken windows, fire damage, water damage, vandalism, etc.
       3. Report to State Coordinator HOW MUCH, WHERE, WHY, and what can be done to repair/fix
       the problem.

2nd Bid Requests
        1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
        2. Take a photo of EVERYTHING on the 2nd bid request sheet. Count up how much of
        everything is there.
        3. Call State Coordinator and report if something is NOT there.

REO Grass Cuts
     1. Take a front photo, address photo, and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
     2. Take a photo of the lot and make a note of the lot size. Do NOT cut the grass if there is debris
     in the yard IN THE WAY OF GRASS CUT or if the lot size is over the allowable (100x150) or if
     the grass is over the allowable (1ft)
     3. If you are able to cut the grass, take BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER photos. Sweet up grass
     clipping, weed eat, and trim bushes. TAKE PHOTOS AT THE SAME ANGLE.
     4. If it is a bid APPROVAL, you MUST cut the grass.

PPO Re-secure
      1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.

REO Re-secure
     1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.

REO Monthly Services
     1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
     2. Take a photo of the lot and make a note of the lot size. Do NOT cut the grass if there is debris
     in the yard IN THE WAY OF GRASS CUT or if the lot size is over the allowable (100x150) or if
     the grass is over the allowable (1ft)
     3. If you are able to cut the grass, take BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER photos. Sweet up grass
     clipping, weed eat, and trim bushes. TAKE PHOTOS.
     4. SALES CLEAN once a month (beginning of the month). Do not clean the house if there is any
     debris – count the debris and tell Kim. Wipe off counters, sinks, tubs, vacuum rugs, sweep floors,
     mop floors, TAKE PHOTOS before and after AT THE SAME ANGLE. NEED at least: eight
     photos of sales clean. 2 before of bathroom, 2 after of bathroom with toilet lid up, 1 before of
     kitchen, 1 after of kitchen, 1 before of a bedroom, 1 after of a bedroom – MAKE SURE YOU
     GET THE WHOLE ROOM INCLUDED IN THE PHOTOS.

REO Cash For Keys
     Ask State Coordinator. Do REO Initial Services afterwards.
REO Initial Services – Visit One
      1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
      2. Change all locks. (Codes are subject to change).
      3. Count all the interior debris (inside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of every room
      AT THE SAME ANGLE including the kitchen and bathroom. Take a photo of any health

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         hazards, mold, missing handrails, broken windows, anything out of the ordinary. NEED 3
         ANGLES OF EVERY ROOM AT THE SAME ANGLE.
         4. Count all the exterior debris (outside) and take photos of all of it AT THE SAME ANGLE.
         Take a photo of vehicles and their license plates/VIN numbers, tires, health hazards, missing
         handrails on porches, roof if there is a roof leak, anything out of the ordinary AT THE SAME
         ANGLE.
         5(a). If between the dates of October 1st and March 31st, you MUST winterize a property. Take
         photos of EVERYTHING – pouring the antifreeze, disconnecting the water meter, draining the
         hot water tank/boiler, and pressure test.
         5(b). If between the dates of April 1st and September 30th, you MUST cut the grass or take
         photos if over the allowable. Over the allowable is lot size over 100x150 or over 3ft high. If you
         do cut the grass, take before, during, and after photos.
         6. Check to see if power is on – flip the breaker if need be. If there IS a sump pump, leave power
         ON. If NO sump pump, turn power back OFF. Tell State Coordinator the results
         7. Call State Coordinator and do a checklist.

REO Initial Services – Visit Two
         1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
         2. Complete the trash out. TAKE BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS.
         3. If grass needs to be cut, cut it. If winterization has not been done, do it.
         4. Call State Coordinator and double check results.


REO Evictions
         1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
         2. Take a photo of the crew. THIS IS necessary.
         3. Take a photo of the Sheriff or the Sheriff’s car.
         4. Do what the Sheriff says.
         5. If there is a U-Haul vehicle, trailer or like vehicle or trailer, take a photo of the U-Haul or other
         vehicle or trailer with the personal property inside.
         6. Change the locks. Take before, during, and after photos AT THE SAME ANGLE.
         7. Count all the interior debris (inside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of every room
         including the kitchen and bathroom. Take a photo of any health hazards, mold, missing
         handrails, broken windows, anything out of the ordinary.
         8. Count all the exterior debris (outside) and take photos of all of it. Take a photo of vehicles and
         their license plates/VIN numbers, tires, health hazards, missing handrails on porches, roof if there
         is a roof leak, anything out of the ordinary.
         9(a). If between the dates of October 1st and March 31st, you MUST winterize a property. Take
         photos of EVERYTHING – pouring the antifreeze, disconnecting the water meter, draining the
         hot water tank/boiler, and pressure test, BEFORE DURING AND AFTER PHOTOS NEEDED.
         9(b). If between the dates of April 1st and September 30th, you MUST cut the grass or take
         photos if over the allowable. Over the allowable is lot size over 100x150 or over 1ft high. If you
         do cut the grass, take before, during, and after photos AT THE SAME ANGLE.
         10. Check to see if power is on – flip the breaker if need be. If there IS a sump pump, leave
         power ON. If NO sump pump, turn power back OFF.

To Check If a Property is in CC (Convey Condition):
         1. There can be NO exterior (outside) debris.
         2. There can be NO paint/chemicals.
         3. There can be NO broken windows.
         4. There can be NO roof leaks.

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       5. There can be NO water in the basement.
       6. There can be NO pipe breaks or separations.
       7. The pipes MUST hold pressure.
       8. The grass must be cut if within the allowable and the winterization must be done if within the
allowable.
       9. The house must be secured (codes subject to change)
       10. There can be NO mold.
       11. There can be NO moldy debris.
       12. Pools must be covered and secured.
       13. There can be NO feces in toilets.
       14. There can be NO raw garbage.
       15. There can be NO fridges that contain raw food.

When Boarding A Property Window Or Other Opening
         1. Take a front photo, address photo and a photo of the street sign if and whenever possible.
         2. DO NOT USE CARDBOARD.
         3. Take a photo of the broken/missing opening before, during and after boarding
         4. Board the ENTIRE WINDOW or OPENING.
         5. Make sure property is entirely secured. Call State Coordinator to check in.



YOU SHOULD KEEP A NOTEBOOK OF PROPERTIES. WHEN YOU WENT, WHAT YOU DID,
AND ANYTHING THAT STOOD OUT TO YOU ABOUT THE PROPERTY.




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         PLYWOOD BOARDING




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                                  SWIMMING POOL SECURING




                                            SCHEDULE C

                 SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETION OF CONTRACTOR’S WORK


Contractor’s Work must and shall be completed no later than the due date(s) set forth in the Work
Order(s) defined in Schedule B hereof. Without limiting any other provision in this Agreement,
Contractor shall not be paid for any of Contractor’s Work where Invoices and/or photos are not submitted
to Secure Assets in complete and absolute compliance with all of the terms and provisions of this
Agreement.




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                                            SCHEDULE D

            REQUIREMENTS FOR INVOICES AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE


INVOICES

Contractor shall submit to Secure Assets a completed invoice from the Excel template provided when
hired, (example shown below). Completed invoice, MUST be emailed directly to
Invoices@SecureAssetsFirst.com Contractor will receive a confirmation email to let them know we have
received the email they submitted. Secure Assets will review the invoice for accuracy in terms of
compliance with this contract and issue payment accordingly on the Friday following 30 days from the
date of this invoice submission/confirmation.

Rebuttals will be emailed to the Contractor on the Monday following the mailed payment. The rebuttal
will identify any amounts unpaid for a service with a description as to why. Ex. Missing photos; late
submission/completion of work order. Contractor will have 30 days from the day they receive the rebuttal
to respond with documentation that supports their dispute for payment. This may include, extensions
granted in writing, etc. If Contractor has questions, he can reach out to the Contractor Research
Department.

The following must be completed on the Invoice:
            Contractor’s name/Company name/Address/Phone
            Invoice Number (start with 1)
            Invoice Date (Date submitted to Secure Assets)
            Date Completed/Work order #/Property Address/Detailed description of work
               completed/Amount Contractor is billing for the service based on Contract Pricing.

If Contractor believes that any special or unique pricing agreements have been made between the parties,
Contractor must and shall include with the Invoice the written agreement with Secure Assets confirming
same, such as an email, letter or facsimile.
 Invoice #
 Name
 Company name
 Address
 Phone #
 Date

                        Date                                                                               Amount
  Work order #        completed                    Address                        Description               billed




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PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs must and shall be taken in accordance with the instructions set forth in the Work Orders and,
as qualified herein, in accordance with the other terms and provisions of this Agreement.


Contractor agrees that, not withstanding any other provision set forth in this Agreement to the contrary,
this Schedule D may be modified or amended by Secure Assets at any time, in its sole and absolute
discretion; provided that Secure Assets provides Contractor with written notice of such modification or
amendment within no later than five (5) business days thereafter.




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                                             SCHEDULE E

                         CONTRACTOR’S INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS



     1. Worker’s Compensation Insurance is needed in the state of NY which shall fully comply with the
        statutory requirements of all applicable state and federal laws. If unable to obtain workers comp,
        we can offer this to you for $7 per $1000, which will be deducted from your invoice. Please
        initial here if you are interested. ______.

     2. Employers’ Liability Insurance which limit shall be no less than $1,000,000.00 per accident for
        bodily injury and $1,000,000.00 per employee/aggregate for disease.

     3. Commercial General Liability Insurance with a minimum combined single limit of liability of no
        less than $1,000,000.00 per occurrence and $2,000,000.00 aggregate for bodily injury, death,
        property damage and personal injury. This policy shall include contractual liability coverage.
        Contractor shall name Secure Assets as an additional insured on the policy set forth in this
        subsection 3.

     4. Business Automobile liability Insurance covering all owned, hired and non-owned vehicles and
        equipment used by Contractor with a minimum combined single limit of liability of no less than
        $1,000,000.00 for injury and/or death and/or property damage. Contractor shall name Secure
        Assets as an additional insured on the policy set forth in this subsection 4.

     5. Contractor shall be responsible for loss to Property, directly or indirectly, and shall maintain
        Fidelity Bond or crime coverage for the dishonest acts of its employees in a minimum amount of
        no less than $2,000,000.00. Contractor shall endorse the policy required under this subsection 5
        to include “client coverage” or “joint payee coverage” endorsement. Contractor shall name
        Secure Assets as “Loss Payee, As Its Interest May Appear” in such Fidelity Bond.

     6. Errors and Omissions/Professional Liability Coverage with a minimum limit of no less than
        $1,000,000.00.


Contractor agrees that, notwithstanding any other provision set forth in this Agreement to the contrary,
this Schedule E may be modified or amended by Secure Assets at any time, in its sole and absolute
discretion; provided that Secure Assets provides Contractor with written notice of such modification or
amendment within no later than five (5) business days thereafter.




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