Residential Lease Agreement

					This Residential Lease Agreement is used by a landlord to lease a residential property
to a tenant. This document contains the material terms of the lease agreement
including the rent amount and various tenant and landlord covenants. This document
provides standard clauses commonly used in lease agreements, but it may be
customized to ensure that the specific understandings of the parties are properly set
forth. This lease agreement is intended for use by a landlord when entering into a
residential lease but can also serve as a useful guide to tenants.
                    RESIDENTIAL LEASE AGREEMENT
               THIS INDENTURE made in duplicate as of the ___ day of _________, 20____.
[Instruction: insert date]

B E T W E E N:

                                               ___________________________,

                                               [Instruction: insert name of Landlord] (hereinafter called
the "Landlord"),

                                                                                  OF THE FIRST PART,

                                                           - and -

                                               ___________________________,

                                               [Instruction: insert name of Tenant] (hereinafter called
the "Tenant"),

                                                                               OF THE SECOND PART.


               WITNESS that in consideration of the rents, covenants and agreements
hereinafter reserved and contained on the part of the Tenant, his/her heirs, executors,
administrators, successors and assigns to be paid, observed and performed, the Landlord hereby
leases unto the Tenant, his/her heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns for use
and occupation as residential premises and for no other purpose, all those certain premises
known municipally as _____________________ [Instruction: insert address or other
description of the Premises] (hereinafter called the "Premises") upon the following terms and
conditions:

    1.0 To have and to hold the Premises for and during the term of __________ (____)
months/years [Instruction: insert number and then select appropriate period of time; e.g.,
“five (5) years”] to be computed from the ______day of ______________, 20____ [Instruction:
insert date] and ending on the _____ day of _____________, 20____, [Instruction: insert date]
(hereinafter called the "Term").

    2.0 Yielding and paying therefore unto the Landlord during said Term the sum of
________________ ($__________) [Instruction: insert dollar amount] Dollars in lawful
money of United States/Canada to be payable in equal consecutive monthly instalments of
________________ ($__________) [Instruction: insert dollar amount] Dollars each payable in
advance on the ______ (___) [Instruction: insert due date] day of each and every month during
the said Term.

    3.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees to deliver rental payments to the Landlord by the
date due. If rental payments are not received by the date due, a collection charge of



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________________ ($__________) [Instruction: insert dollar amount] Dollars in addition to
the monthly rent will immediately become due and payable. In addition, for each cheque not
honoured by the Bank or Trust Company upon which it is drawn, a collection charge of
________________ ($__________) [Instruction: insert dollar amount] Dollars in addition to
the monthly rent will become immediately due and payable.

    4.0 The Landlord and the Tenant mutually covenant and agree that whenever notice is
required to be given by either the Landlord or the Tenant to the other, the same shall be in
writing and, except as otherwise provided, be deemed to be sufficiently given if mailed postage
prepaid and registered mail to the Tenant at the Premises and notice to the Landlord shall be
addressed to ________________ [Instruction: insert Landlord’s address for notices]. Notice
so given shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee on the fourth postal delivery
day following the date on which it is so mailed.

    5.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees to pay rent, maintain the Premises in an ordinary
state of cleanliness, and repair any damage caused to the Premises by his/her wilful or negligent
conduct or that of persons who are permitted on the Premises by the Tenant. The Tenant further
covenants to leave the Premises in an ordinary state of cleanliness upon termination of this
Lease, and in the same condition as now exists, reasonable wear and tear excepted.

     6.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that it shall be his/her sole responsibility to pay for
all heat, water, gas, cable and telephone charges required for the Premises and the Tenant further
covenants and agrees to hold the Landlord harmless for all accounts aforesaid including arrears
and penalties thereof

    7.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she shall promptly notify the Landlord of any
repairs required to be made by the Landlord and, subject to the applicable provisions of the Act,
the Landlord shall be permitted to enter the Premises for the purposes of viewing and making
any such necessary repairs. The Landlord shall be permitted a reasonable time within which to
make any such repairs that are necessary.

   8.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees not to assign or sublet this Lease without written
permission of Landlord.

    9.0     The Landlord covenants with the Tenant for quiet enjoyment.

    10.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she will not at any time during the Term, use,
or permit the use of the Premises for any business or for any purpose other than as his/her own
residential Premises and will not permit a nuisance to occur with respect to the use of the
Premises.

    11.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that, in case the Premises shall be abandoned o
vacated by the Tenant, the Landlord, in addition to all other rights provided under the Act and all
other rights hereby reserved, shall have the right to enter the Premises , either by force or
otherwise, without being liable for any prosecution therefore, and to re-let the Premises and to
receive the rent therefore; PROVIDED that, if the rent hereunder is overdue and the Premises are



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vacant, it shall be presumed that the Tenants have vacated or abandoned the premise and the
Landlord shall be entitled to take immediate possession thereof. Nothing in this Lease contained
and no entry made by the Landlord hereunder shall in any way release the Tenant for payment of
the rent hereby reserved during the Term hereof beyond such sum as may be realized by the
Landlord by the re-letting hereinbefore allowed.

    12.0 Comment: The above is an illegal action as Landlord cannot be an agent of the Tenant
in almost all states

    13.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that the Landlord is not in any event whatsoever
liable or responsible in any way howsoever caused for:

         (a)       any personal injury or death that may be sustained by the Tenant, members of
               his/her family, his/her guests, visitors and invitees or any other person who may be
               upon the Premises;

         (b)       any loss or theft of or damage or injury to any property, including motor vehicles
               and the contents thereof, which may be in or about the Premises; without limiting the
               generality of the foregoing, such damage shall include any damage caused to any
               property situated in or about the Premises from gas, water, steam, water works, rain
               or snow which may issue or flow from any part of the Premises or the Landlord's
               property or from the pipes or plumbing works of the same or from any other place or
               quarter;

         (c)       any damage caused by or attributable to the condition or arrangement of any
               electrical or other wiring;

         (d)      any damage caused by anything done or omitted to be done by the Landlord; or

         (e)       any loss or spoilage of food on account of the failure or impairment of the
               electrical system,

         (f)       and the Tenant hereby releases and forever discharges the Landlord, his/her
               successors and assigns, from all and any actions, claims and demands for damages,
               including exemplary or punitive damages, loss or injury, however arising, which may
               hereafter be sustained by the Tenant or his/her personal property.

    14.0 The Tenant further covenants and agrees to give the Landlord prompt written notice of
any accident or other defect in the water pipes or heating apparatus, telephone or electric wiring
or lighting or to any other part of the Premises of which the Tenant is aware or ought to have
been aware of by reason of his/her use and occupation of the Premises.

    15.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she shall not do, nor permit anything to be
done, in the said Premises or bring or keep anything therein which will in any way increase the
risk of fire or the rate of fire insurance on the Premises or conflict with any of the rules and
ordinances of the Board of Health or with any statute or municipal by-law.



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    16.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she shall be liable for any damage done by
reason of water left running from the taps in the Premises or from gas permitted to escape
therein. The Tenant further covenants and agrees that the water closets and other water
apparatus shall not be used for any purpose other than those for which they were constructed and
no sweepings, garbage, rubbish, ashes or other substances shall be thrown therein. Any damage
resulting to them from misuse or from unusual or unreasonable use shall be borne by the Tenant.
The Tenant further covenants and agrees that he/she shall be liable for any misuse of the heating,
plumbing or electrical systems situate in or on the Premises.

    17.0 The Tenant and the Landlord covenant and agree that neither of them shall, during the
occupancy of the Premises by the Tenant, alter or cause to be altered the locking system of any
door giving entry to the Premises except by mutual consent. Altering the locking system
includes the installation of additional locks to any door giving entry to the Premises.

    18.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she will not make or cause to be made any
alterations, additions or improvements or install or cause to be installed any fixtures without the
prior written consent of the Landlord, and any addition or improvement made or fixtures
installed with the prior written consent of the Landlord shall be of first class quality, installed at
the sole expense of the Tenant and become the property of the Landlord as part of the reversion
upon termination of this Lease.

    19.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she will not, without the prior written consent
of the Landlord, which consent may be arbitrarily withheld, erect or cause to be erected on the
Premises or any part thereof any television or radio antenna or any other device or apparatus of
similar purpose. The Tenant further covenants and agrees that, if any such television or radio
antenna, device or apparatus is erected on the building with the consent of the Landlord, the
Tenant will, at his/her own expense, upon the termination of this Lease or any renewal thereof,
repair any damage done to the Premises by reason of the erection, maintenance or removal
thereof and will indemnify and save harmless the Landlord, his/her servants or agents from all
liability for damages to persons or property as a result of the erection, maintenance or removal
thereof.

    20.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that if it is his/her intention to terminate this Lease at
the end of the Term hereby created, notice of such intention shall be given in writing by the
Tenant to the Landlord not later than sixty (60) days prior to the expiration of the said Term;
PROVIDED that, if the Tenant remains in occupation of the Premises after the expiration of the
Term hereby granted without a written agreement and no such notice has been given, he/she shall
not be deemed to be a tenant from year to year, but shall be a monthly tenant at a rent equivalent
to the monthly payment of rent herein provided for plus ________________ ($__________)
[Instruction: insert dollar amount that the monthly rent will be increased by if the Tenant
continues to occupy the Premises after the lease has expired] payable in advance, and all the
terms and conditions hereof, so far as applicable, shall apply to such monthly tenancy.

    21.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that, upon written notice of termination of this Lease
being given, the Landlord shall have the right, at reasonable times, to enter and show the
Premises to prospective tenants and should the Landlord list the property for sale, he/she shall
have the right to erect signs to that end and thereafter, shall have the right, at reasonable times to


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enter and show the Premises to prospective purchasers; otherwise, except in cases of emergency
and except where the consent of the Tenant is given at the time of entry, the Landlord shall not
exercise a right to enter the Premises unless it has first given written notice to the Tenant at least
twenty-four (24) hours before the time of entry which shall be specified in the notice. If at any
time during the Term thereof, the Landlord wishes to show the Premises to prospective
purchasers who wish to purchase the Premises and assume the position of Landlord under this
Lease, the Tenant will allow the Landlord to show the Premises to such prospective purchasers
upon twenty-four (24) hours written notice to the Tenant.

    22.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that if he/she is obliged to vacate the Premises on or
before a certain date and the Landlord has sold or has entered into a Lease with a third party to
rent the Premises after such date, and the Tenant fails to vacate the Premises thereby causing the
Landlord to be liable thereunder, the Tenant shall indemnify the Landlord for all losses suffered
by reason of his/her failure to vacate.

    23.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that no sign, advertisement or notice shall be
inscribed, painted or affixed in any way on any part of the outside of the Premises whatsoever.

    24.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that all glass, locks and trimmings in or upon the
doors and windows of the Premises shall be kept whole; and whenever any part thereof shall
become lost or broken, the same shall be immediately replaced or repaired by the Tenant under
the direction and to the satisfaction of the Landlord; and the cost of such replacements and
repairs shall be borne by the Tenant.

   25.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she will be responsible for any damage to the
Premises caused by moving furniture in or out of the said Premises.

   26.0 The Tenant covenants and agrees that he/she shall keep no animals, birds, fish or pets
of any kind whatsoever in or about the Premises without the prior written consent of the
Landlord, which consent may be arbitrarily withheld.

    27.0 The Landlord shall have the right to make reasonable rules and regulations as in his
/her judgment may from time to time be necessary for the safety, case and cleanliness of the
Premises and for the preservation of good order therein and the same shall be kept and observed
by the Tenant, his/her family, visitors, guests, servants and agents.

    28.0 It is understood and agreed between the Landlord and the Tenant that no assent or
consent to changes in or waiver of any part of this Lease in spirit or letter shall be deemed or
taken as made, unless the same be done in writing and attached to or endorsed hereon by the
Landlord.

    29.0 The Landlord covenants with the Tenant that the Landlord will pay all taxes which
during the herein said Term may be charged upon the Premises.

   30.0 This lease is subject in all respects to the applicable provisions of the Landlord and
Tenant Act, as amended.




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   31.0 This Lease shall be construed and governed by the laws of the State of
________________ [Instruction: insert state name]. Should any provision or provisions of the
Lease and/or its conditions be illegal or not enforceable, it or they shall be considered separate
and severable from the Lease and its remaining provisions and conditions shall remain in force
and be binding upon the parties hereto as though the said provision or provisions or conditions
had never been included.

    32.0 Whenever throughout these presents there is any mention of or references to the
Landlord or the Tenant, such mention or reference shall be deemed to extend to and include the
heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns of the Landlord and of the Tenant an sub-
tenants of the Tenant as the case may be, and if the Landlord or Tenant shall be a female or if
there be more than one Landlord or Tenant, the pronouns used throughout shall be taken to be
altered accordingly.


                IN WITNESS WHEREOF the said parties hereto have hereunto set their hands
and seals as of the date first hereinabove written.

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED                                     )
 in the presence of                                              )
                                                                 )
                                                                 )__________________________________
Witness:                                                         ) Tenant
                                                                 )
                                                                 )__________________________________
Witness:                                                         ) Landlord
                                                                 )




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                      RECEIPT OF TENANCY AGREEMENT:
               THE UNDERSIGNED hereby acknowledges receiving a duplicate original copy
of the herein Lease this _______ day of ____________, 20______. [Instruction: insert date]



                                                                          ________________[Instruction: insert
                                                                          name of Tenant]




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tials _________________

Fixed-Term Residential Lease                                                              10
Landlord recognizes that Tenant has a right to privacy and wish to observe that right thoroughly
and carefully. At certain times, however, Landlord, his employees, or agents may have to gain
access to the Tenant’s dwelling for purposes of showing it to prospective Tenants, purchasers,
lenders, or others or for repairs, inspections, or maintenance. When seeking access under
ordinary circumstances, Landlord will schedule entry between the hours of 8 A.M. and 8 P.M.,
Monday through Saturday, excepting holidays, and Landlord will provide Tenant reasonable
notice of twenty-four hours, or less than twenty-four hours notice with Tenant’s concurrence. In
emergencies, there will be no notice.

27) MANAGEMENT ENTRY.

 Landlord may enter the premises for the following purposes: to inspect to see if Tenant is
complying with the provisions of this lease; to make repairs; to show the premises to prospective
purchasers, mortgagors, and Tenants. Such entries shall not be so frequent as to seriously disturb
Tenant’s peaceful enjoyment of the premises. Such entries shall take place with prior notice to
Tenants: consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. If Landlord or his agent reasonably
believes that an emergency exists which requires immediate entry, such entry may be made
without Tenant’s consent. Tenant agrees to allow access and occupancy to workmen for
redecorating, repairing or remodeling the premises.

28) FAILURE TO PAY RENT; BREACH OF COVENANTS; BANKRUPTCY.

 In the event of (1) Tenant’s material breach of this lease, (2) Tenant’s abandonment of the
premises; or (3) the filing of bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings by or against Tenant or the
appointment of a Receiver or Trustee of his property, or (4) Landlord not receiving any payment
of rent or other charge by the 10th (tenth) day of the month for which it is due, (5) Tenant’s
denial of any right reserved in the Lease to Landlord, (6) the institutions of legal proceedings by
or against Tenant looking to a disposition of the premises or any part thereof, or (7) the use of the
premises by Tenant or other for any illegal purposes, Landlord shall have the right, as
authorized under 68 P.S. §250.501, to terminate Tenant's right to use and to occupy the Premises
by providing Tenant with at least one (1) day written Notice to Quit. Landlord may provide such
notice by serving it personally on Tenant, or by leaving the same at the principal building on the
Premises, or by posting the same conspicuously on the leased Premises.

As provided under 68 P.S. §250.302, Landlord shall have the right to distrain Tenant's qualifying
and otherwise nonexempt personal property located upon the Premises for Tenant's failure to pay
rent when due, and Landlord is authorized to distrain such property on any day, except Sunday,
between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM and not at any other time, except where Tenant
through Tenant's act prevents the execution of the warrant during such hours. Notice in writing
of such distress, stating the cause of such taking, specifying the date of levy and the personal
property distrained sufficiently to inform Tenant or owner what personal property is distrained
and the amount of rent in arrears, shall be given, within five (5) days after making the distress, to
Tenant and any other owner known to Landlord, personally, or by mailing the same to Tenant or
any other owner at the Premises, or by posting the same conspicuously on the Premises charged
with the rent. The personal property distrained may not exceed the value of the rent owed.

Tenant initials _____________                         Landlord initials _________________

Fixed-Term Residential Lease                                                                11
After requisite notice required by law, in the event Landlord does not receive from Tenant any
payment of rent or other charge by the 10th (tenth) day of the month for which it is due, Tenant
waives any notice to quit or surrender the premises, and Landlord may enter and retain
possession of the premises and exclude Tenant. Should Landlord pursue any of the remedies
listed, Tenant shall be liable as follows:

A. For all installments of rent and other charges for the remainder of the term of this Lease
which shall immediately become due and payable.

B. For all expenses which may be incurred by Landlord in connection with re-renting the
premises, including, but not limited to, brokerage, advertising, and other such administrative
expenses. The parties acknowledge the impossibility of ascertaining the amount of such expenses
and Tenant therefore agrees to pay a liquidated amount of one full month’s rent as payment in
full for Landlord’s expense in connection with re-renting the premises.

C. For any court costs incurred by Landlord for recollection of unpaid rent or other charges
under this Lease, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney’s fees.

D. For a collection fee of 25% of the amount sued for under this Lease, payable to the Agent for,
but not limited to, the Agent’s cost for processing all civil papers, research, ease investigation,
conferences with counsel, collection expenses, etc.

E. Tenant expressly authorizes Landlord or Landlord’s Agent (including a collection agency) to
obtain Tenants consumer credit report, which Landlord or Landlord’s Agent may use if
attempting to collect past due rent payments, late fees or other charges from Tenant, both during
the term of the lease and thereafter.



29) POSSESSION OF THE PREMISES

In the event, after signing this Agreement, Tenant fails to take possession of the premises, Tenant
shall be responsible for paying rent and complying with all other terms of this Agreement.In the
event Landlord cannot deliver possession of the Premises to Tenant upon the commencement of
the Lease term, through no fault of Landlord or his agents, then Landlord or his agents shall
have no liability, but the rental herein provided shall decrease until possession is given.
Landlord or its agents shall have thirty (30) days in which to give possession, and if possession is
tendered within such time, Tenant agrees to accept the demised Premises and pay the rental
herein provided from that date. In the event possession cannot be delivered within such time,
through no fault of Landlord or its agents, then this Agreement and all rights hereunder shall
terminate.

30) ABANDONMENT.


Tenant initials _____________                        Landlord initials _________________

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Vacant or apparent abandonment of the premises (whether or not the keys are returned and
accepted by the Landlord) will give Landlord immediate possession and the option to terminate
this Lease, and remove any remaining personal effects therein and dispose of the same in a
manner within his sole discretion.

31) PROLONGED ABSENCES.

Tenant agrees that Tenant shall notify Landlord whenever they plan to be absent from their
dwelling for more than ten days.

32) CONDEMNATION. If the Premises or any part thereof, or any part of the building
containing the Premises is acquired or condemned by the power of eminent domain by any
public or other authority so as to render the Premises unsuitable for residential purposes, then
this Lease may be terminated at the option of either Landlord or Tenant by providing written
notice. Rent will be apportioned between the parties as of the date of termination. If this Lease is
not so terminated, then rent will be abated according to the nature and extent of the area taken.
The Tenant agrees to sign any assignments or other instruments that Landlord may reasonably
request to accomplish the foregoing.

32) INSURANCE.

Landlord has obtained insurance to cover fire damage to the building itself and liability insurance
to cover certain personal injuries occurring as a result of property defects or Landlord
negligence. Landlord’ insurance does not cover Tenant’s possessions or Tenant’s negligence.
Tenant shall obtain a Tenant’s insurance policy to cover damage to or loss of their own
possessions, as well as losses resulting from their negligence. Tenant agrees to show
Landlord evidence of such a policy within 1 (one) month from the date of this Agreement.

33) INJURY, DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION.

Landlord shall not be liable to Tenant for any damage to Tenant’s person or property by reasons
of Landlord’s failure to keep said premises in repair. FOR TENANT’S PROTECTION,
LANDLORD STRONGLY URGES TENANT TO OBTAIN TENANT FIRE EXTENDED
COVERAGE, AND LIABILITY INSURANCE ON THE PREMISES AND ITS CONTENTS.
In the event of the destruction of the leased premises by fire, explosion, the elements, or
otherwise through no fault of negligence of Tenant, his family or guests, or in the event of such
partial destruction as to render the premises unfit for occupancy, the term hereby created shall, at
the option of either party upon notice to the other, be terminated as of the date of such damage,
and the accrued rent shall be paid up to the time of such damage. If neither party desires to
terminate the lease, Landlord shall enter and repair the premises with reasonable speed and if
Tenant continues to occupy for the duration of such repairs, the rent will be a reasonable amount
for the period during which repairs are completed.

34) INDEMNIFICATION. Unless caused by negligence of Landlord, Landlord will not be liable
for any loss or damage of any property or injury or death to Tenant or any person occurring on or
about the Premises. Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold Landlord harmless from all claims,

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expenses, damages and liabilities of whatever nature, including attorney's fees, relating to the
foregoing.

34) ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS.

Tenant and Landlord agree not to violate any county or city ordinance or state law. Tenant agrees
not to commit or permit any waste or nuisance in or about the premises, or keep any combustible
materials in the premises nor do anything that might create a hazard or fire on the premises.

35) SERVICES.

This Lease shall not be terminated because of interruptions of any services, or the failure of any
appliance to function properly or because of any inconvenience arising from such interruption or
failure to function properly, where Landlord has been notified of any such interruption,
malfunction, or failure of the above services by Tenant and Landlord has made timely efforts to
repair them.


36) MOLD AND MILDEW.

 Tenant acknowledges that it is necessary for Tenant to provide appropriate climate control, keep
the Apartment clean, and take other measures to retard and prevent mold and mildew from
accumulating in the Apartment. Tenant agrees to clean and dust the Apartment on a regular basis
and to remove visible moisture accumulation on windows, walls and other surfaces as soon as
reasonably possible. Tenant agrees not to block or cover any of the heating, ventilation or air-
conditioning ducts in the Unit. Tenant agrees to immediately report to the management office: (i)
any evidence of a water leak or excessive moisture in the Apartment, as well as in any storage
room, garage or other common area; (ii) any evidence of mold- or mildew-like growth that
cannot be removed by simply applying a common household cleaner and wiping the area; (iii)
any failure or malfunction in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems or laundry
systems in the Apartment; and (iv) any inoperable doors or windows. Tenant further agrees that
Tenant shall be responsible for damage to the Premises and Tenant’s property as well as injury to
Tenant and Occupants resulting from Tenant’s failure to comply with the terms of this
Paragraph.

37) PEST CONTROLS.

Landlord shall be responsible to exterminate carpenter ants, termites, and other wood-boring
insects. Landlord agrees to exterminate other insects found in the premises prior to Tenant taking
possession. Tenant(s) shall be responsible for eradicating all other insects, including but not
limited to fruit flies, brown ants, and cockroaches, upon taking possession of the premises.

38) LIQUID-FILLED FURNITURE.

Tenant agrees not to keep any liquid-filled furniture in thie dwelling without first obtaining
Landlord’s written consent.

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39) NOTIFICATION OF SERIOUS BUILDING PROBLEMS.

Tenant agree to notify the Landlord immediately upon first discovering any signs of serious
building problems such as a crack in the foundation, a tilting porch, a crack in the plaster or
stucco, moisture in the ceiling, buckling sheetrock or siding, a leaky roof, a spongy floor, a leaky
water heater, or termite activity. Tenant agrees to pay for all expenses caused by their failure to
promptly report any defect and for all necessary repairs in the premises or in the equipment
thereof caused by their own negligence or that of their family, invitees, employees, or agent.

40) REASONABLE TIME FOR REPAIRS.

Upon being notified by Tenant that there is some building defect which is hazardous to life,
health, or safety, Landlord shall undertake repairs as soon as possible. Should there be a delay of
more than seventy-two (72) hours in making the repairs, due to a difficulty in scheduling the
work or obtaining parts or for any other reason beyond the Landlord’s’ control, Landlord agree
to keep Tenant informed about the progress of the work.

41) WINDOWS.

Except for those windows which are noted in writing as being cracked or broken when Tenant
moves in, Tenant agrees to be responsible for any windows which become cracked or broken in
their dwelling while they live there. Tenant may repair the windows themselves if they can do
the work in a professional manner. Otherwise, they may hire a glazier or submit a maintenance
request to Landlord. If they submit a maintenance request, Landlord will charge Tenant no more
for the work than the least expensive written bid for the work which Tenant can obtain.

42) DRAIN STOPPAGES.

As of the date of this Agreement, Landlord warrants that the dwelling’s sewage drains are in
good working order and that they will accept the normal household waste for which they were
designed. Landlord will not accept things such as paper diapers, sanitary napkins, tampons,
children’s toys, wads of toilet paper, balls of hair, grease, oil, table scraps, clothing, rags, sand,
dirt, rocks, or newspapers. Tenant agrees to pay for clearing the drains of any and all stoppages
except those which the plumber who is called to clear the stoppage will attest in writing were
caused by defective plumbing, tree roots, or acts of God.

43) TRASH.

Tenant agrees to dispose of its ordinary household trash by placing it into a receptacle for
periodic collection. Tenant agrees to dispose of its extraordinary household trash, such as
Christmas trees, damaged furniture, broken appliances, and the like, by compacting it so that it
will fit inside their trash receptacle or by hauling it to the dump themselves or by paying
someone else to haul it away.

44) OUTSIDE PLACEMENT.

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Landlord reserves the right to place dumpsters, trash receptacles, portable storage units, and the
like wherever convenient on the premises. Landlord further reserves the right to construct
property improvements above or below the ground anywhere on the premises so long as they
conform to all building codes.

45) DAMAGE.

Tenant agrees to pay for repairs of all damage which they or their guests have caused.

46) LOCKS.

Tenant agrees that Tenant shall not change the locks on any door or mailbox without first
obtaining Landlord’s written consent. Having obtained consent, Tenant(s) agree to pay for
changing the locks themselves and to provide the Landlord with one duplicate key per lock.

47) LOCKOUTS.

Should Tenant(s) lock themselves out of their dwelling and be unable to gain access through
their own resources, they may call upon a professional locksmith or the manager to let them in.
In either case, they are responsible for payment of the charges and/or damages involved.
Management charges a fee of $_____ for providing this service between the hours of 8 A.M. and
6 P.M., Monday through Saturday, except holidays, and a fee of $____ at other times. This fee is
due and payable when the service is provided.


48) PAINTING.

Landlord reserves the right to determine when the dwelling will be painted unless there is any
law to the contrary.

49) PEACE AND QUIET.

Tenant is entitled to the quiet enjoyment of Tenant’s own dwelling, and their neighbors are
entitled to the same. Tenant agrees that Tenant will refrain from making loud noises and
disturbances, that Tenant will keep down the volume of their music and broadcast programs at all
times so as not to disturb other people’s peace and quiet, and that they will not install wind
chimes. Quiet hours are from 9:00 P.M. TO 9:00 A.M. daily

50) TELEPHONE.

If and when Tenant installs a telephone in the dwelling, Tenant will furnish Landlord with the
number within five calendar days. When divulging the number, Tenant shall advise Landlord
whether the number is listed or unlisted. If it is unlisted, Landlord agrees to take reasonable
precautions to keep it from falling into the hands of third parties.


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51) AIR CONDITIONING.

 Tenant may use Tenant’s own personal air conditioning window units during the months of
June, July, August. Tenant is solely responsible for the installation and removal of such units and
is responsible for any damage the unit may cause to the window, its frame or any other part of
the property.

52) BUSINESS USE.

Tenant agrees to use this dwelling as Tenant’s personal residence. Tenant agrees to conduct no
business on the premises without first obtaining Landlord’s written consent.

53) LAWFUL USE.

Tenant agrees that Tenant shall not engage in any illegal activities on the Premises nor shall
Tenant allow others to engage in any illegal activities on the Premises insofar as Tenant has the
power to stop such activities.

54) INSURANCE CONSIDERATIONS.

Tenant agrees that Tenant will do nothing to the premises nor keep anything on the Premises
which will result in an increase in the Landlord’s insurance policy or an endangering of the
premises. Neither will Tenant allow anyone else to do so.

55) FIRE OR CASUALTY DAMAGE.

During any time when the dwelling cannot be used because of fire or casualty damage, Tenant is
not responsible for payment of rent. Should a portion of the dwelling become unusable due to
fire or casualty damage, Tenants is not responsible for payment of rent on that portion. In either
case, Landlord reserves the right to decide whether the dwelling is usable and what portions are
usable. Landlord is not responsible for repairing or replacing any improvements made by Tenant
if those improvements are damaged. Should the fire or casualty damage have been caused by
Tenant’s own action or neglect, Tenant shall not be relieved of the responsibility for payment of
rent, and Tenant shall also bear the full responsibility for repair of the damage.

56) RULES AND REGULATIONS.

Landlord’s existing rules and regulations, if any, shall be signed by Tenant, attached to this
Agreement, and incorporated into it. Landlord may adopt other rules and regulations at a later
time provided that they have a legitimate purpose, not modify Tenant’s rights substantially, and
not become effective without notice of at least two (2) weeks.

57) SERVICE OF PROCESS.

Every Tenant who signs this Agreement agrees to be the agent of the other Tenants and
occupants of this dwelling and is both authorized and required to accept, on behalf of the other

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Tenants and occupants, service of summons and other notices relative to the tenancy.

58) HOLDING OVER.

If Tenant remains on the Premises following the date of their termination of tenancy, they are
"holding over" and become liable for "rental damages" equaling one/thirtieth of the amount of
Tenant’s then current monthly rent for every day they hold over.

59) CHANGES IN TERMS OF TENANCY.

Landlord shall advise Tenant of any changes in terms of tenancy with advance written notice of
at least __________ days. Changes may include notices of termination, rent adjustments, or other
reasonable changes in the terms of this Agreement.

60) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VACATE.

In the event Tenant has decided to vacate the premises, Tenant must give Landlord written notice
of Tenant’s intentions at least ___________ days prior to the departure, and Tenant must give an
exact date when Tenant expects to be moved out completely.

61) SALE OF THE DWELLING.

If Landlord sell this dwelling or otherwise transfer its Landlordhip to another party, the
Landlord shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving Tenant written notice of at
least ________ days, notwithstanding any conflicting occupancy rights Tenant might have under
this agreement. Should Tenant has conflicting occupancy rights guaranteed by law, however,
those legal rights shall prevail.


62) NOTICES.

 Notices may be served upon Tenant in person or by regular mail whether or not said mailing is
accepted by Tenant. Written notice of termination to Landlord, as well as other written notices
required in this Lease, must be presented or mailed to _________________________________
_____________________________or such other places as Landlord may designate to Tenant in
writing.

63) RECEIPT.

Each of the parties acknowledges receipt of copy of this lease as well as a copy of the Rules and
Regulations. This Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of Landlord and his
successors in interest.

64) CONSENT AND WAIVERS.

It is expressly stipulated that all covenants herein are independent. Express and implied

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warranties of habitability shall not extend beyond those areas or those repairs for which Landlord
has assumed responsibility.

65) AUTHORITY:

This lease agreement provides that the tenants are jointly and severally liable to the
landlord for the performance of the tenants' obligations. this means that if there is a
violation of the lease terms and conditions, the landlord may choose to sue any one tenant
individually or all tenants jointly for all damages and all unpaid rent.

66) SEVERABILITY.

 If any provision of this Lease Agreement violates any of the law or equity, it is agreed that the
remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

67) MODIFICATIONS.

Any modification requested by a lessee will require Landlord approval and may require a fee.
All modifications of this Lease shall be in writing and executed by both parties; NO ORAL
MODIFICATIONS OR AGREEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE OR SHALL BE MADE.

68) NON-WAIVER.

Should either Landlord or Tenants waive their rights to enforce any breach of this Agreement,
that waiver shall be considered temporary and not a continuing waiver of any later breach.
Although Landlord may know when accepting rent that Tenants are violating one or more of this
Agreement’s conditions, Landlord in accepting the rent are in no way waiving their rights to
enforce the breach. Neither Landlord nor Tenants shall have waived their rights to enforce any
breach unless they agree to a waiver in writing.

69) REFERENCES IN WORDING.

Plural references made to the parties involved in this Agreement may also be singular, and
singular references may be plural. These references also apply to Landlord’ and Tenants’ heirs,
executors, administrators, or successors, as the case may be.

70) ENTIRE AGREEMENT.

As written, this Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Tenants and Landlord.
They have made no further promises of any kind to one another, nor have they reached any other
understandings, either verbal or written.

71) CONSEQUENCES.

Violation of any part of this Agreement or nonpayment of rent when due shall be cause for
eviction under appropriate sections of the applicable code.

Tenant initials _____________                       Landlord initials _________________

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72) ATTORNEY’S FEES.

If either party to this Agreement shall bring a cause or action against the other party for
enforcement of the Agreement, the prevailing party shall not recover reasonable attorney’s fees
involved.

Tenant agrees to reimburse Landlord for all the legal expenses incurred for attorney’s fees for
such as preparation of this Agreement, disclosure statements, employing any attorney to enforce
any of the conditions or covenants hereof, including the collection of rentals or gaining
possession of the Premises.


73) FIRE AND OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

Landlord has provided for: __ Smoke alarms, __ABC Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher and
__Carbon Monoxide Alarm. The Tenant agrees to assume responsibility for the maintenance of
the listed equipment such as battery replacement and testing. The Tenant also agrees to cover the
cost of replacement, of the listed equipment, in the event it is damaged by anything other than
ordinary wear and tear. In the event the Tenant, Tenant’s family, or Tenant’s guests use the fire
extinguisher the Tenant also agrees to cover the cost of replacement of the fire extinguisher.


74) RECORDING OF AGREEMENT.

Tenant shall not record this Agreement on the Public Records of any public office. In the event
that Tenant shall record this Agreement, this Agreement shall, at Landlord's option, terminate
immediately and Landlord shall be entitled to all rights and remedies that it has at law or in
equity.

75) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.

Tenant hereby acknowledges that Tenant has read this Agreement, understand it, agree to it, and
have been given a copy.

WITNESS THE FOLLOWING SIGNATURES AND SEALS:

Date ________________________


___________________________________________________
Tenant


__________________________________________________


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By: __________________________________________________
                   Authorized Agent

________________________


76)              ADDITIONAL                   PROVISIONS;                 DISCLOSURES.
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
[Landlord should note above any disclosures about the premises that may be required under
Federal or any other state law, such as known lead-based paint hazards in the Premises. The
Landlord should also disclose any flood hazards.]




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"NOTICE TO QUIT WAIVER"




THE TENANT HEREBY SPECIFICALLY WAIVES HIS (OR HER) RIGHT TO
RECEIVE THE 30-DAY NOTICE OR ANY "NOTICE TO QUIT" THE LEASED
PREMISES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ___mention state_______________
LANDLORD TENANT ACT. THE TENANT FURTHER UNDERSTANDS THAT THE
LANDLORD SHALL HAVE THE ABSOLUTE RIGHT TO DEMAND THE
IMMEDIATE VACATION OF THE PREMISES BY THE TENANT AND THAT THE
LANDLORD MAY EXERCISE THIS RIGHT AT ANY TIME THAT THE LANDLORD
FEELS THAT ANY TERM (S) OF THE LEASE MAY HAVE BEEN VIOLATED.


IN ADDITION TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN THIS LEASE AGREEMENT, THE
TENANT (S) AS A CONDITION OF THE LEASE AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE RULES
AND REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL OF OUR TENANTS. THESE RULES AND
REGULATIONS ARE ATTACHED BY SEPARATE DOCUMENT TO THIS LEASE
AGREEMENT. THEY ARE TO BE INITIALED BY ALL PARTIES OF THIS LEASE, AND
INCORPORATED IN THIS LEASE AGREEMENT BY REFERENCE. THE LANDLORD
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER, MODIFY, AND AMEND THESE RULES AND
REGULATIONS, PROVIDED THAT ANY AMENDMENT, MODIFICATION OR
ALTERATION SHALL SERVE THE PURPOSES OF REASONABLY PRESERVING THE
LEASED PREMISES, AND THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF THE TENANTS TO QUIET
ENJOYMENT OF THE PREMISES. NO AMENDMENT, MODIFICATION, OR
ALTERATION OF THE RULES AND REGULATIONS SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE AS
TO TENANT UNTIL TENANT SHALL HAVE BEEN PROVIDED A WRITTEN COPY.
DELIVERY OF A COPY OF THE AMENDED, MODIFIED OR ALTERED RULES AND
REGULATIONS BY FIRST CLASS MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID OR HAND DELIVERY TO
THE LEASED PREMISES SHALL BE SUFFICIENT TO MEET THIS DELIVERY
REQUIREMENT.

I HAVE BEEN GIVEN SUFFICIENT TIME TO SEEK LEGAL COUNCIL. I HAVE READ,
PARAGRAPH BY PARAGRAPH THIS RESIDENTIAL LEASE AND CONSIDER IT TO BE
"PLAIN LANGUAGE". I FULLY UNDERSTAND ALL THE TERMS AND AGREE TO BE
BOUND TO IT IN ITS ENTIRETY.


Accepted this _______day of _______________________, 20______.
          ______________________________________________
          ________________________________________________
LESSEE/TENANT
          ______________________________________________
          ________________________________________________
LANDLORD

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                        DISCLOSURES ADDENDUMS



This Agreement has the following Disclosure Addendums:

___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________




THIS PART OF THE PAGE HAS BEEN LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY.




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RADON GAS DISCLOSURE:

As required by law, LANDLORD makes the following disclosure: "RADON GAS." Radon is a
naturally occurring radioactive gas that, when it has accumulated in a building in sufficient
quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it over time. Levels of radon
that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildings in ____________state.
Additional information regarding radon and radon testing may be obtained from the county
health                                                                              department.
Any injuries, sickness, damages or losses that TENANT or any of its relatives, employers,
employees, friends, business invites, guests or anyone suffers from Radon gas shall not be the
responsibility of the LANDLORD. TENANT will hold LANDLORD harmless for any such
sickness, damages or losses that occur to any of the aforementioned persons.

Landlord hereby certifies that:
__________Landlord does not know the presence of Radon.




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LEAD-BASED PAINT DISCLOSURE:


Lead Warning Statement Housing built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint. Lead from
paint, paint chips, and dust can pose health hazards if not taken care of properly. Lead exposure
is especially harmful to young children and pregnant women. Before renting pre-1978 housing,
Landlords must disclose the presence of known lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards in
the dwelling. Tenants must also receive a federally approved pamphlet on lead poisoning
prevention.


    A. Landlord initial one:

_________Landlord does not know of any lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards (dangers)
on the property.


OR
_________Landlord must explain what Landlord knows about the lead-based paint and hazards,
Landlord knows that there is lead-based paint, or that there are lead-based paint hazards on the
including how Landlord learned that it is there, where it is, and the condition of painted walls,
trim and other surfaces. Landlord must give Tenant any other information Landlord has about the
lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards.


B. Landlord initial one:
_________Landlord has no reports or records about lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards
on the property.
_________Landlord has given Tenant all available records and reports about lead-based paint or
lead-based paint hazards on the Property. List records and reports:

___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________


C. Tenant initial all that are true:

________ Tenant has received copies of all information listed above.
________ Tenant has received the pamphlet Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home.


D. Tenant has (check (i) or (ii) below):
(i) _____ received a 10-day opportunity (or mutually agreed upon period) to conduct a risk
assessment or inspection for the presence of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards; or
(ii) _____ waived the opportunity to conduct a risk assessment or inspection for the presence of
lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards.

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E. Landlord and Tenant certify, by signing this Lease that the information given is true to the
best of their knowledge.




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FLOOD ZONE HAZARD:

The Landlord may require Flood Hazard Insurance as a condition of the renting or leasing the
Premises if the Landlord determines that the property is in a flood hazard zone.

Landlord initial one:

    a) ___________Landlord knows if any or all of the Premises are located in a designated
       flood plain. If Yes, Explain:
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    _______


    b) _____________Landlord knows if any of all of the Premises located are located in a
       designated wetland. If yes, explain:
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    _______




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