SHORT ASSURED TENANCY- TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR JOINT TENANCY by 2CwT8J

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                             SHORT ASSURED TENANCY- TERMS AND CONDITIONS

We, GRL Properties Ltd, a company incorporated under the Companies Acts (registered number SC283077) and having its registered office at
East Kingsway Business Centre, Mid Craigie Trading Estate, Mid Craigie Road, Dundee DD4 7RH (hereinafter called “ the Landlord”) which
expression shall include their successors as heritable proprietors and all persons deriving title from them; acting through our agent, JVR
Properties of 38 Whitehall Crescent, Dundee, Angus DD1 4AY (Hereinafter called “the Agent”), hereby offer to lease to you:

[INSERT FULL NAME AND ADDRESS OF TENANT]

(Hereinafter called “the Tenant”)

[With the consent of you:

[INSERT FULL NAME AND ADDRESS OF UK BASED GUARANTOR]

(Hereinafter referred to as “the Guarantor”)] [WHERE THE TENANT IS NOT PAYING THE FULL YEARS’ RENT IN ADVANCE]

[INSERT ADDRESS OF SUBJECTS OF LET]
 (Hereinafter called “the Property”) on the following terms and conditions: -

DEFINITIONS
The following Definitions shall apply to this Tenancy Agreement:-

“Agent” has the meaning ascribed to it in the preamble to this Tenancy Agreement;

“Apartment” means the apartment or flat within the Building of which the Property forms part.

“Building” mean the subjects known as the Courthouse Apartments, Dundee;

“Building Common Parts” the entrance foyers, hallways, stairs and lifts within the Building not forming part of any apartment.

“Common Parts” means the kitchen/ living areas, hallways and other parts of the Apartment intended to be used in common by two or more
tenants.

“Guarantor” has the meaning ascribed to it in the preamble to this Tenancy Agreement;

“Landlord” has the meaning ascribed to it in the preamble to this Tenancy Agreement;

“Property” has the meaning ascribed to it in the preamble to this Tenancy Agreement;

“Rent Payment Dates” [SPECIFY THE DATES ON WHICH RENT WILL BE PAYABLE IF PAYABLE TERMLY ];

“Application Fee” means the sum of £60 (non refundable)                ];

“Security Deposit” means the sum of £300 ;

“Tenancy Agreement” means this agreement;

“Tenant” has the meaning ascribed to it in the preamble to this Tenancy Agreement;


CANCELLATION POLICY

       a)   Unless the Tenancy Agreement has either already commenced or is due to commence within 14 days of the booking confirmation you
            may cancel the Tenancy Agreement (by giving the Agent written notice of cancellation at the address specified in this Tenancy
            Agreement) at any time during the period ending on the date 14 days after the date we confirm your booking is complete (the “Initial
            Cancellation Period”). If you cancel the Tenancy Agreement in these circumstances, we will retain your Application Fee, but will
            return to you the Security Deposit;

       b)   You will remain liable for the full contractual Rent and other recurring payments under the Tenancy Agreement until a replacement
            tenant is found for the Property, if you do not cancel within the 14 day cancellation period. If a replacement tenant is found for the

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            Property, we will release you from your Tenancy Agreement with effect from the start date of the new tenancy agreement upon
            payment of a £300 release fee which we will recover by retaining the Security Deposit.

[GUARANTOR

       a)   In consideration of the Landlord entering into this Tenancy Agreement, the Guarantor (by his/ her/ their execution of this Tenancy
            Agreement) agrees to guarantee the obligations of the Tenant to pay the Rent and any other payments due in terms of this Tenancy
            Agreement. The Guarantor confirms that they have had the opportunity to take independent legal advice in respect of the
            Guarantor’s undertakings in terms of the Tenancy Agreement.

       b)   The Guarantor unconditionally guarantees, as a separate and independent primary obligation, due payment and/or performance as
            the case may be of:-

                     (i)       all the Rent payable to the Landlord under the Tenancy Agreement;

                     (ii)      any payment to the Landlord of any other monies due or to become due by the Tenant to the Landlord for the
                               supply of amenities and other services by the Landlord to the Tenant pursuant to the Tenancy Agreement within
                               the time period set out in the Tenancy Agreement;

                     (iii)     the performance of all other obligations of the Tenant in terms of this Tenancy Agreement; and

                     (iv)      Any monies due by the Tenant to the Landlord under the Tenancy Agreement for damage caused by the Tenant
                               to the Property provided that the Guarantor’s liability under this Clause will be limited to the amount of the
                               irrecoverable excess on the Landlord’s insurance policy referable to the damage caused.

       c)   The Guarantor agrees to pay to the Landlord immediately on written demand any Rent or such other monies so payable by the
            Guarantor or to perform on demand all other obligations which the Tenant may fail to perform;

       d)   The Guarantor hereby agrees that the guarantee granted in terms of this Clause shall not be affected by any time or other
            indulgence the Landlord may see fit to grant to the Tenant.

       e)   In the event that the Guarantor fails to provide a genuine UK address or changes their address without notifying the Agent , the
            Guarantor will be responsible for any losses, damages, costs and expenses incurred by the Landlord or the Agent in locating the
            Guarantor] TO BE DELETED IF TENANT PAYING WHOLE YEAR’S RENT IN ADVANCE


GRANT OF TENANCY/ TERMINATION
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            a)       The Tenancy Agreement will commence on [27 August 2012] (“the Date of Entry”) for a period of 42/50 weeks until [18
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                     June 2013/ 13 August 2013 ] (“the Date of Expiry”).

            b)       The Landlord lets the Property for the period from the Date of Entry to the Date of Expiry, to the Tenant together with a
                     right in common, with the other proprietors entitled to use the same, to use the Common Parts and the Building Common
                     Parts.

            c)       This Tenancy Agreement may be ended by:

                     (i)      The Tenancy reaching its end date and the Landlord or Agent giving 2 months’ prior written notice that
                              possession of the Property is required in terms of Section 33 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988 at the Date of
                              Expiry;

                     (ii)     By the Landlord or the Agent serving on the Tenant a Notice to Quit. The Landlord may serve such a notice either
                              (a) to terminate the Tenancy Agreement at the Date of Expiry; or (ii) to terminate the Tenancy Agreement in
                              accordance with sub-clause c) of this Clause.

                     (iii)    By the Tenant giving the Landlord one month’s notice in writing to terminate the tenancy at the Date of Expiry;

                     (iv)     The Landlord bringing the Tenancy Agreement to an end and recovering possession of the Property on any of
                              grounds 1 to 8 in part 1 and/or grounds 9 to 16 (inclusive) in Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Housing (Scotland) Act
                              1988;

            d)       The Landlord or the Agent (on the Landlord’s behalf) may terminate this Tenancy Agreement immediately if:-

                     (i)       The Tenant shall fail to pay any instalment of the Rent in accordance with the terms of this Tenancy Agreement;
                               or

                     (ii)      The Tenant’s status as an enrolled student of a University shall terminate or be suspended for any reason
                               whatsoever; or
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               (iii)    The Tenant is in breach of any of the obligations contained in this Tenancy Agreement whereupon the Tenant
                        shall vacate the Property forthwith, but shall not be entitled to any refund of the Rent; or

               (iv)     The Tenant commits any offence or behaves in a manner which causes a nuisance to other persons or endangers
                        the Property, the Common Parts or the Building; or

               (v)      The Tenant indulges in drunkenness or the misuse of drugs;

               (vi)     The Tenant uses the Property, the Common Parts and the Building Common Parts for any unlawful purpose;

               (vii)    The Tenant uses violent or threatening behaviour;


       e)      The effect of such termination will be to end the Tenancy Agreement, but it will not release the Tenant nor the guarantor
               from any outstanding financial obligations.

       f)      The Landlord hereby gives notice to the Tenant and the Tenant, by its execution hereof, confirms having received notice,
               that the Property and the Building are subject to a heritable security granted before the Tenancy Agreement was entered
               into by both parties and that possession may be recovered under Ground 2 of Schedule 5 of the Housing (Scotland) Act
               1988;

       g)      Notice is hereby given to the Tenant that the Property is let on a short assured tenancy within the meaning of Section 32 of
               the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988. The Tenant by its execution hereof confirms having received Notice AT5 in terms of
               Section 32 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988 and that it understands and accepts that the Tenancy Agreement creates a
               Short Assured Tenancy under the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988, and that the requirements of that section have been
               complied with and further that the Landlord may make an application to the Court to recover possession of the Property
               under Section 33 of the Act.

       h)      The parties to the Tenancy Agreement hereby declare that in terms of Regulation 8(3) of the Consumer Protection
               (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000, the right to cancel this Tenancy Agreement afforded to the Tenant by the above
               Regulations does not apply and accordingly there is no right on the part of the Tenant to cancel this Tenancy Agreement
               once it has been signed by both parties and the Tenant has taken occupation of the Property.

 RENT, SECURITY DEPOSIT AND OTHER PAYMENTS UNDER THE TENANCY AGREEMENT

       a)      The Application Fee is payable on application by the Tenant for accommodation. The Application Fee is non-refundable
               should an offer of accommodation be made by the Landlord and refused by the Tenant.

       b)      The rent will be £ 4410/5250          , payable either[at the signing of this Tenancy Agreement- IN THE EVENT OF
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               PAYMENT IN FULL] or [on the Rent Payment Dates by 3 instalments TERMLY].(17 August 2012, 17 January 2013, 17
               April 2013) (“The Rent”).


       c)      The Security Deposit is taken for the following purposes:

               (i)      any damage, or compensation for damage, to the Property, the Common Parts, the Building Common Parts their
                        fixtures and fittings or for missing items which the Tenant may be liable, subject to an apportionment or
                        allowance for fair wear and tear, the age and condition of each and any such item at the Date of Entry and
                        insured risks and repairs that are the responsibility of the Landlord;

               (ii)     the reasonable costs incurred in compensating the Landlord for, or for rectifying or remedying any major breach
                        by the Tenant of the Tenant’s obligations under this Tenancy Agreement, including those relating to the cleaning
                        of the Property, the Common Parts or the Building Common Parts or their fixtures and fittings;

               (iii)    Any unpaid accounts for services provided by the Landlords;

               (iv)     any Rent or other money due or payable by the Tenant under this Tenancy Agreement of which the Tenant has
                        been made aware and which remains unpaid at the Date of Expiry.

       d)      In the event that payment of the Rent or Security Deposit is not made within 7 days of their respective due dates, then the
               Landlord’s administration charge of £50 will become payable immediately. During any period when any sum due under
               this Tenancy Agreement is outstanding, the Landlord shall be entitled to charge interest on such sums outstanding at the
               rate of 4 % per annum above the base rate from time to time of the Bank of Scotland plc.

       e)      The Tenant will provide the Landlord at the Date of Entry with a certificate of exemption for council tax. If the Tenant does
               not provide the Landlord with such a certificate, or if at any time during the period of the Tenancy Agreement, council tax
               becomes due by the Tenant, the Tenant will either meet such council tax liability or reimburse the Landlord for such
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                     council tax. As soon as the Tenant becomes aware that council tax exemption no longer applies, the Tenant shall forthwith
                     notify the Landlord of this. If the loss of council tax exemption is not temporary then the Tenant shall, within four weeks,
                     vacate the Property and give the Landlord formal notice of this. The Tenant will continue to pay the Rent or other recurring
                     charges for the period until the Date of Expiry. If the Landlord has a reasonable belief that council tax exemption no longer
                     applies, but the Tenant has not so informed the Landlord, then the Landlord is authorised to make reasonable enquiries of
                     the Tenant’s educational institution. If these enquiries show that council tax exemption no longer applies, then the
                     Landlord shall formally notify the Tenant of this and the terms of this Clause requiring the Tenant to vacate and continue to
                     pay Rent shall apply.

            f)       The Rent includes the cost of the Landlord providing electricity, water, internet connection to the Property (for studying
                     purposes), the Common Parts and Building Common Parts. The Rent also includes the cost of television connections to the
                     Property (but not any charges made by any broadcaster for the provision of access to channels) and a communal television
                     licence in relation to any television within the Common Parts

RETURN OF SECURITY DEPOSIT
        a)      As per conditions of a short term assured tenancy the Landlord is not obliged to refund the Security Deposit should the
                Tenant leave during the duration of the Tenancy Agreement. In addition the Landlord and/ or the Agent will pursue the
                Tenant through the courts if necessary for all outstanding Rent due until the Date of Expiry.

            b)       At the Date of Expiry, the Landlord shall be entitled to withhold from the Security Deposit such proportion of the Security
                     Deposit as may be reasonably necessary to:

                     (i)        Make good any damage to the Property, the Building Common Parts or the Common Parts (except for fair wear
                     and tear);

                     (ii)      Replace any of the items which may be missing from the Property, the Building Common Parts or the Common
                     Parts;

                     (iii)     Pay any accounts for service for which the Tenant may be liable and which remain unpaid;

                     (iv)      Pay any rent which remains unpaid;

                     (v)       Pay for the Property, the Building Common Parts, the Common Parts and the items therein to be cleaned to a
                               professional standard;

                     (vi)      Pay for any replacement keys to be cut;

                     (vii)     Pay for any items left by the Tenant to be removed from the Property.



            c)       The Agent will tell the Tenant within 10 working days of the Date of Expiry whether they propose to make any deductions
                     from the Security Deposit. If there is no dispute raised by the Tenant within 5 Working Days thereafter, the Agent will keep
                     or repay the Security Deposit, according to the agreed deductions and the conditions of this Tenancy Agreement. Payment
                     of the Security Deposit or any balance will be made within 10 Working Days of the Landlord and the Tenant agreeing or
                     being deemed to agree the allocation of the Security Deposit.

            d)       Upon departure the Tenant must provide a forwarding address, in order to receive their Security Deposit cheque payable
                     to a British Bank Account.

            e)       The security deposit will not be repaid until the keys have been returned to the agents.


INVENTORY/ OBLIGATIONS ON REMOVAL

       a)   At commencement of the Tenancy Agreement the Tenant will be issued a room inventory. It will be the Tenant’s responsibility to
            check the inventory and Property upon commencement of the Tenancy Agreement to inform the Landlord of any maintenance or
            decorative discrepancies not already accounted for in the document, along with photographic evidence.

       b)   The room inventory must be returned to the Agent within 5 working days. In the absence of a signed inventory the Tenant is deemed
            to have accepted that the inventory is correct as supplied.

       c)   At the expiry of the Tenancy Agreement, the Tenant shall vacate the Property and remove all of their belongings and any rubbish and
            leave the Property in the same clean state and condition as they were at the Date of Entry complete with all items referred to in the
            inventory. If the Tenant fails to remove any of their property from the Property within seven days of the end of the Tenancy
            Agreement, the Landlord may sell such property and the Tenant will indemnify the Landlord against any liability to any third party
            whose property is sold by the Landlord in the mistaken believe that such property belonged to the Tenant. If after 6 months the sale


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        proceeds net of any disposal and reasonable management costs have not been claimed by the Tenant then the Landlord shall be
        entitled to keep them


RESPONSIBILITIES OF TENANT

        a)   The use of illegal substances or the immoral/illegal use of the property is strictly prohibited and will result in immediate
             termination of the Tenancy Agreement.

        b)   The Tenant will allow the Landlord access to the Property under the terms of this Tenancy Agreement following the Landlord
             giving the Tenant at least 24 hours prior written notice to this effect (except when in emergencies where no such notice is
             required) for all necessary purposes.

        c)   The Tenant will not use the Property otherwise than as private living accommodation;

        d)   The Tenant shall not share the occupation of the Property or any part of it nor do or cause anything to be done whereby the
             occupation of the Property is shared with any other person and not to part with, assign or sub-let the whole or part of the
             Property.

        e)   The Tenant will not have overnight visitors in the Property.

        f)   The Tenant will not make any additions or alterations to the Property;

        g)   The Tenant will hold a current television licence for any personal television sets used at the Property;

        h)   The Tenant will not use any electrical fires, gas fires, paraffin heaters or cooking appliances at the Property other than those
             provided by the Landlord and to the Tenant will observe fire and safety precautions at all times, manufacturer’s instructions and
             comply with all relevant standards and regulations. No cooking shall be carried out otherwise than in designated kitchen areas
             and with appliances provided by the Landlord.

        i)   The Tenant will not allow to be taken into the Property, the Building Common Parts or the Common Parts (except in such places
             as the Landlord may designate) any bicycles or motorcycles;

        j)   The Tenant shall not do or permit to be done on the Property any thing or act whereby the insurance policy of the Building may
             become void or voidable or whereby the premium thereon may be increased. The Tenant will not introduce or use candles,
             incense sticks, deep fat fryers or similar equipment within the Property;

        k)   The Tenant shall not tamper with, misuse or damage any equipment or other things which are provided by the Landlord in the
             interests of health and safety of persons in the Building (including fire doors, fire equipment, window catches etc).

        l)   The Tenant shall not allow the Property to be used for any illegal purposes;

        m) The Tenant will report the loss of any keys to the Property or Building;

        n)   The Tenant will not bring upholstered furniture into the Property, the Building Common Parts or the Common Parts without the
             written consent of the Agent.

        o)   The Tenant shall not run any trade or business from the Property;

        p)   The Tenant shall not allow laundry to be hung so as to be visible from outside the Property nor shall any clothes be dried on
             storage, electrical or fan heaters.

        q)   The Tenant will comply with all relevant legislation and other legal requirements in connection with the Tenant’s use and
             occupation of the Property and general conduct in the Building.

        r)   The Tenant must be enrolled as a student in a University at all times during the period of the Tenancy Agreement and shall
             supply evidence of this to the Landlord at the time of booking and on request from time to time during the period of the
             Tenancy Agreement. The Tenant shall advise the Agent within one week of a change in status and shall vacate the Property
             immediately. The Tenant shall remain liable for all of its obligations which have not been performed, including the payment of
             Rent.

        s)   The Tenant shall indemnify the Landlord against any costs or expenses incurred in enforcing the terms of this Tenancy
             Agreement against the Tenant or in procuring the remedying of any breach of the Tenancy Agreement by the Tenant (or where
             the obligation is shared jointly with other tenants within the building, a share of the costs of enforcing the Tenancy Agreement
             or procuring the remedying of any breach).

MAINTENANCE AND EMERGENCY NUMBER


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                  In the case of emergency between 6pm and 9:30am and weekends please contact 01382 226611 where upon you will be
                   given the emergency mobile number.


SAFETY
         a)        The Tenant must not leave the Property unoccupied for more than 7 days without notifying the Agent.

         b)        The Landlord and Agent accept no responsibility for personal injury while the Tenant occupies the Property and the Tenant
                   enters into this Tenancy Agreement at his or her own risk. Where a tenant is concerned about any serious safety aspect
                   within the Property he should bring it to the attention of the Agent immediately.


REPAIR, DAMAGE AND DECORATION
         a)   The Tenant accepts the Property in its present state as being in a good and habitable condition and must not make further
              requests to the Landlord and/or Agent for additional items. At the end of the tenancy, the Tenant will be responsible for any
              damage (other than fair wear and tear) to the Property including fixtures and fittings or damage to moveable item(s).

         b)   It is the Tenant’s responsibility to ensure all areas of the Property, and to join with other tenants in ensuring that all areas of the
              Building Common Parts and the Common Parts, and with particular regard to bath, shower and sink areas are kept clean during
              the term of the Tenancy Agreement. Tenants, who fail to keep these areas clean, will become liable for the costs involved in
              appointing an external contractor to clean these areas.

         c)   The Tenant agrees to keep the interior of the Property, the fixtures and fitting, and decoration in good condition and pay for any
              necessary repairs, required due to fault on their part.

         d)   The Tenant will not attempt to carry out any repairs or maintenance works to any part of the Property, the Building Common
              Parts or the Common Parts, but will notify the Agent who shall arrange for repairs to be carried out at the expense of the
              Tenant (or tenants responsible for the item in question).

         e)   The Tenant shall pay the costs incurred by the Landlord in making good damage to the Property caused by any negligent,
              malicious or wilful act of the Tenant or their guests or any party for whom the Tenant is responsible (not being fair wear and
              tear), but the Tenant will have no liability to pay such costs where and to the extent that the Landlord recovers the costs of
              making good the damage from its insurances;

         f)   The Tenant will pay the costs (or, in the case of the damage being caused by more than one person, a fair and equitable
              proportion as determined by the Landlord acting reasonably, of the costs) incurred by the Landlord in making good damage
              caused to the Common Parts or Building Common Parts by any malicious act or wilful act of the Tenant (not being fair wear and
              tear), acting by itself or in conjunction with others, but the Tenant will have no liability to pay such costs where and to the
              extent that the Landlord recovers the costs of making good the damage from its insurances;

         g)   The Tenant is not permitted to place nails or tacks on the walls with the prior approval of the Landlord. White tacking gum can
              be used but any damage to the walls will result in the appropriate loss of the Security Deposit.

         h)   The Tenant must inform the Agent, in writing, immediately if he should have any problems regarding the maintenance of the
              Property i.e. locks, electrical failure

         i)   The Tenant is not permitted to carry out decoration works;

         j)   The Tenant agrees to give the Agent immediate notice, in writing, of any damage to the Property and/or its contents.

         k)   The Tenant agrees to permit the Agent with or without workmen and others and with all necessary equipment at all reasonable
              times to enter and examine the condition of the Property and the said contents and furnishings and to execute repairs or
              redecoration to the same in all cases after reasonable notice has been given to the tenant. No notice is required if the repairs
              are of an urgent nature and landlord/agent will have the right of entry if the Property is unoccupied to assess the repairs and
              execute any appropriate work.

         l)   The Tenant is not permitted to install locks on internal doors.

         m) The Tenant agrees to monthly inspections commencing on Monday 1st October and thereafter on the first Monday of the
            calendar month.

         n)   The tenant is responsible for replacing lightbulbs, bin liners and cleaning products.


RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE LANDLORD
         The Landlord and Agent undertake: -


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           a)     To pay all premiums for insurance of the Building (for the avoidance of doubt, the Landlord will not insure the Tenant’s personal
                  possessions and the Landlord accepts no liability for loss or damage to the Tenant’s personal possessions).

           b)     To maintain the Building in a wind and watertight condition and for keeping in repair and proper working order any sanitary
                  installations.

           c)     To keep in repair the structure and exterior of the Building including drains, gutters and external pipes.

           d)     To keep in repair and proper working order installations for the supply of water, gas, electricity, sanitation, space heating and
                  water heating. As regards on going maintenance in the Property the Tenant should contact the Agent by telephone to inform of
                  any problems in the Property.

           e)     White goods are supplied the Landlord is liable for the operation or on-going maintenance of these appliances. MIs-use of
                  appliances will result in appropriate repair charges including the callout and administration fees being apportioned to the
                  occupiers.

           f)     To give the Tenant exclusive, uninterrupted occupation of the Property and the right (along with other occupiers within the
                  Building ) to use the Building Common Parts and the Common Parts during the period of the Tenancy Agreement for as long as
                  the Tenant complies with the Tenant’s obligations under the Tenancy Agreement.

ALTERNATIVE ACCOMMODATION
The Landlord reserved the right during the period of the Tenancy Agreement, to move the Tenant to alternative accommodation (which may
be in a hotel) only for the purpose of carrying out emergency repairs or constructions works PROVIDED THAT:
           (i)         The Tenant is given reasonable prior notice (except in the case of an emergency); and
           (ii)        The Tenant will occupy the alternative accommodation on the terms of the Tenancy Agreement.


TENANCY AGREEMENT TO CONTINUE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT
If the Property or any part thereof shall at any time be damaged or destroyed by whatever cause, the Tenancy Agreement shall remain in full
force and effect, subject to the aftermentioned provision. If the Property of any part thereof shall be damaged or destroyed so as to render
the room and/ or the flat incapable of use in accordance with the Tenancy Agreement then the Rent or a fair and just proportion thereof
according to the nature and extent of the damage sustained shall be suspended until the Property shall again be rendered fit for occupation
and use by the Tenant,. Provided always that at any time during the period of the said damage, the Landlord may end the Tenancy Agreement
by giving the Tenant one month’s written notice.


MATRIMONIAL HOMES/ CIVIL PARTNERSHIP
The Tenant confirms that: the Property is not intended to be a matrimonial home in terms of the Matrimonial Homes (Family Protection)
(Scotland) Act 1981 or the Civil Partnership Act 2004 nor will it become a matrimonial home during the period of the Tenancy Agreement.


THE TENANT AGREES TO THE FOLLOWING:


          NOT TO SMOKE IN THE PROPERTY. Evidence of smoking will incur £60 Statutory Fine, plus an immediate professional clean
           (including redecoration) at the Tenant’s expense.

          To keep the Property in a clean and tidy condition and properly aired at all times.


          In the interest of neighbours and the Property itself, the Tenant agrees not to cause noise or inconvenience to neighbours.

          Not to keep animals, reptiles or insects (including Fish).

          The Tenant will be responsible for their equal share of the costs incurred in the cleaning of the Common Parts.

          The Tenant is fully responsible for disposal of all personal refuse in the bins within the courtyard and must not leave refuse in
           common stairs

          To comply with all regulations as may be imposed by the Agent for the better enjoyment of the Building from time to time;

          Not to call the agent at unsociable hours except in the case of an emergency.

          Non emergency calls requiring a contractor informed after 3pm on Friday, will be forwarded to the contractor on the following
           Monday morning.


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I, _(Tenant Name)_________________________________________
Hereby accept the terms and conditions pertaining to the Tenancy Agreement on
__(Courthouse Apartments)__________________________________________
I confirm that I have read and understood all the terms and conditions and agree to abide by them.
I also accept that should any terms and/or conditions be broken, the Landlord and/or Agent reserve the right to serve a notice to quit without
prejudice to the Landlord and/or Agent and I understand the Landlord and/ or Agent will be entitled to recover all expenses in the termination
of the Tenancy Agreement.




Name of Tenant ............................................................                 Name of Guarantor.........................................

Signed…………………………….....................................................                      Signed …………………………………………….............…


Dated …………………………….…..…………....................................                               Dated …………………………………..............……..………………………………


Time ………………………………………………………………………………..                                                       Time…………………………………..............………………………………………..


Witness


Name..................................................................................


Address...............................................................................


Signed................................................................................


Place of signing (city).........................................................


Date...................................................................................

*witness is required to be independent (not related)


Name of Landlord/Agent…..............................

Signed……………………………............................................


Dated …………………………….…..…………............................


Time ………………………………………………………………………




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