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									                                              FIDELITY REAL ESTATE CORPORATION
                                                          P.O. Box 1205
                                                  Frederick, Maryland 21702-0205
                                                          (301) 663-3293

         T H I S L E A S E A G R E E M E N T, Made January 1, 2000 between FIDELITY REAL ESTATE CORPORATION,
hereinafter called "Landlord", and
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(jointly and severally, if more than one) hereinafter called Tenant. If more than one person executes this Lease, all references to Tenant
in the singular shall include the plural, and references to masculine shall include feminine.
            WITNESSETH, that in consideration of the rent herein reserved and the covenants herein contained, Landlord hereby leases to
Tenant, and Tenant hereby takes from Landlord, the premises known as Apartment Designation
(hereinafter called "Premises"), situated in the City of Baltimore at the building known as
Main Street (hereinafter called "Building"), to be occupied as a private dwelling by not more than ONE person(s), the primary tenant
being the above named, for the term of Lease Term,
beginning on January 1, 2000, or the day Landlord tenders possession of the Premises to Tenant,
and ending on N/A
for the sum of $000.00 (xxx Dollars), PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
and at the monthly rental rate of $000.00 (xxx Dollars),
with the first installment(s) being payable prior to the inception of this Lease and the remaining installments PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
without notice, deduction, set-off, or demand, on the first day of each month, at the Landlord’s rental processing center located at P.O.
Box 1205, Frederick, Maryland 21702-0205 or at such other place as may be designated by Landlord.
            ADJUSTED RENTAL PAYMENT. That Tenant will make an adjusted rental payment in the amount of $N/A
 (N/A) to be paid by N/A, in order to adjust the rent so the next rental payment will fall due on N/A and the first day of each and every
month thereafter.
            SECURITY DEPOSIT. Tenant has deposited with Landlord to be held by Landlord as collateral security, the amount of
$000.00 (xxx Dollars), which sum shall be applied on account of any violation of the terms of this agreement, including any costs
which Landlord may incur, including repairing any damage to property or refurbishing or repainting the apartment if Tenant does
not, at the end of the term, leave it in good order and repair. Landlord shall apply said deposit against any damages for lost future
rent, brokerage fees, attorney fees and expenses of repairing, re-renting and refurbishing. Rent is due until apartment is re-rented.
IN NO EVENT MAY TENANT DEDUCT THIS SECURITY DEPOSIT OR APPLY ANY PART THEREOF TOWARDS ANY MONTH'S
RENT PAYMENT. Where no such liability exists said security deposit, or such portion thereof remaining after payment of any
liability (including an appropriate charge by Landlord for failure to return all keys to the apartment directly to Landlord and accrued
finance charges for late payment of rent), shall be refunded to Tenant within forty-five (45) days following the termination of the
tenancy together with interest, if any, at the current rate required by law. However, if any portion of the Deposit is withheld,
Landlord shall so notify Tenant by first class mail, within forty-five (45) days after termination of tenancy, by a written list of
damages claimed showing the cost thereof actually incurred. Furthermore, "if the Landlord imposes a security deposit, he shall
upon written request promptly provide the Tenant with a written list of all existing damages. The request must be made within
fifteen (15) days of the Tenant's occupancy."
IT IS ALSO COVENANTED AND AGREED BETWEEN THE LANDLORD AND TENANT AS FOLLOWS:
REPRESENTATIONS IN APPLICATIONS. Landlord has tendered this Lease to the Tenant on the basis of the representations
contained in the application submitted by Tenant to Landlord. In the event any of the representations contained in the aforesaid
application shall be found by Landlord to be misleading, incorrect or untrue, Landlord shall have the right to forthwith canc el this
Lease and to repossess the leased premises. Said application shall be incorporated by reference herein.
TENANTS INSPECTION OF PREMISES PRIOR TO TAKING POSSESSION. Tenants hereby acknowledges that he has inspected
said premises prior hereto and his acceptance of this Lease, and any renewal thereof, is conclusive evidence that the premises are
in good and satisfactory order and repair permitting habitation with reasonable safety and comfort. Tenant further agrees that no
promise has been made to decorate, alter, repair or improve the premises at this or any future time and no representation as to the
condition of the premises has been made.
POSSESSION. That Landlord shall not be liable for failure to deliver possession of the leased premises at the time stipulated
herein as the date of commencement of tenancy, nor shall such failure excuse Tenant's obligation hereunder, except that in the
event of delay, the rent herein stipulated to be paid shall be abated for the period from the date of commencement specified in this
Lease to the day possession is tendered to Tenant.
UTILITIES. At those buildings located in The Mount Vernon Area of Baltimore City, Landlord agrees to furnish Tenant with hot and
cold water for sanitary purposes only, and NOT FOR LAUNDRY, and Landlord agrees to furnish Tenant with heat in season
(October 15 to April 30) from the building's heating system. Landlord shall not be liable for any interruption, failure or curtailment of
heat, gas, water, electric or other services, if provided, or for any loss or damage to any personal property located on the premises
or in the building as a result thereof and no rent shall be abated thereby. Tenant assumes responsibility for the replacement of
blown fuses of a size not to exceed 15 amps.
FUEL ADDENDUM. At those buildings located at 3111 North Charles Street and 100 Tuscany Road, in order for Landlord to
purchase fuel oil, natural gas, electricity and/or other fuels providing certain benefits to Tenant such as heat and hot water, and
recognizing that the market for these fuels regularly changes, a separate FUEL ADDENDUM, if deemed necessary, may be made
a part of the this Lease Agreement specifying that Landlord is willing only to provide to the Tenant services requiring fuels at fuel
prices in effect as of a fixed date / time specified in the Fuel Addendum and that any increase in the cost of fuel (oil, gas, electricity)
supplying the furnace(s), hot water heater(s), or other appliances servicing the Building and the Apartment shall be prorated among
the apartments located in the Building. The fuel surcharge will be considered and designated as additional rent.
ANIMAL PETS. By signing this Lease, the Tenant (on behalf of himself and/or herself, as well as any invitee, guest, or agent of
Tenant, jointly and severally) acknowledges and agrees to the following: 1. Tenant shall not keep any animal pet (“Pet”) on the
Premises, nor allow any Pet to be kept on the Premises, nor keep any Pet(s) elsewhere in the Building, nor keep any Pet(s) on the
property where the Building is located, without the prior written consent of the Landlord (“Permission”), which Permission may be
withheld, granted or terminated by the Landlord at any time and from time to time, in the sole discretion of the Landlord. 2. Whether
or not the Tenant does receive such Permission, the Tenant shall be solely and entirely responsible for any and all damages,
nuisances, noises, claims, demands, actions or causes of actions, judgments, rights, remedies, costs, fees and expenses
(“Damages”) caused by any Pet(s) kept on the Premises, or kept by the Tenant elsewhere in the Building or kept by the Tenant on
the property where the Building is located. 3. Some or all of the tenants in the Building may keep Pet(s) in the Building, or on the
property where the Building is located, either properly (with Permission) or improperly. The Landlord shall not be responsible, under
any circumstances, for any Damages caused by any Pet(s) properly or improperly kept in the Building, or on the property where the
Building is located, whether or not the Landlord could have prevented the Damages by taking or not taking any action. By signing
this Lease or by occupying the Premises, the Tenant waives any claim, demand, action, right of action or remedy whatsoever
against the Landlord resulting in any manner from the actions of any Pet(s) kept in the Building, or on the property where the
Building is located. Tenant does further release the Landlord and hold Landlord harmless from any liability or responsibility
whatsoever for any Damages to the Tenant; to any invitee, guest, or agent of Tenant; to any Pet(s) of Tenant; or to any third party,
caused by any Pet(s) kept in the Building, or on the property where the Building is located. 4. Though Tenant agrees that it is not

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Landlord’s responsibility to take any action to prevent, abate, terminate or remedy any Damages caused by any Pet(s) kept in the
Building, or on the property where the Building is located, Tenant agrees to promptly notify the Landlord, in writing, of any condition
known to Tenant by which Tenant may reasonably conclude that Damages may result to Tenant; to any invitee, guest, or agent of
Tenant; to any Pet(s) of Tenant; or to any third party, from any Pet(s) kept in the Building, or on the property where the Building is
located. 5. If Tenant keeps a Pet(s) in the Building, or on the property where the Building is located, either with Permission or
without Permission, Tenant agrees that all other tenants in the Building (as well as the Landlord) shall have the right to undertake
any claim, demand, legal or administrative action, right of action or remedy whatsoever against Tenant to prevent, abate, terminate
or remedy any Damages caused by any Pet(s) kept by Tenant in the Building, or on the property where the Building is located; and
for that purpose all other tenants in the Building shall be construed to be third party beneficiaries of the provisions contained in this
paragraph concerning Pet(s) kept in the Building. 6. Promptly, at the request of the Landlord, Tenant shall produce written evidence
reasonably satisfactory to the Landlord, that the Tenant has procured and maintains liability insurance in an amount sufficient, in
the Landlord’s reasonable judgment, to protect Landlord, the other Tenants in the Building, any other Pet(s) maintained in the
Building, or on the property where the Building is located, and any third parties against any claim, demand, legal or administrative
action, right of action or remedy whatsoever to prevent, abate, terminate or remedy any Damages caused by any Pet(s) kept by
Tenant in the Building, or on the property where the Building is located.
LIQUID-FILLED FURNITURE. Tenants agree not to keep any liquid-filled furniture in this dwelling.
FIREPLACES. Tenants are strictly prohibited from using any fireplaces situated in the apartment due to serious risk of
causing a building fire and tenants assume such risk for damages as a result of non-compliance.
CARPETS. Tenants agree to cover at least 80% of the floor areas in the apartment with rugs or carpets of his own selection.
LATE RENT PAYMENT CHARGE. Rent is due and payable on the first day of each month in which it falls due. Payments made
later than the first day of the month is deemed to be late. Tenant will, as additional rent, pay a late charge of 5% of the amount due
for the rental period for which the payment was delinquent, when any installment of rent is not paid on or before the date it is due
and payable, plus a reasonable attorney's fee (in no event less than 15%) if Landlord places the account in an attorney's hands for
collection, whether before or after the filing of suit. Tenant also agrees to pay the Court costs charged by the District Court and
Sheriff’s charges for any actions taken for payment of rent unless a court decision is rendered in favor of the Tenant. In the event a
Warrant of Restitution is issued, Tenant also agrees to pay additional court costs charged by the District Court and will also pay the
sum of $ 150.00 should it become necessary for the Landlord to hire men in advance for the purpose of being prepared for the
put-out. All charges expressed in this section are to be considered and designated as additional rent.
RETURNED CHECKS. If, for any reason, a check used by the Tenant to pay Landlord is returned without being paid, Tenant will
pay a returned check charge of $35.00 and take whatever consequences there might be in making a late payment. Tenants must
thereafter secure a cashiers check or money order for payment of rent. It is also agreed that the acceptance by the Landlord of
less than the full amount of rent due and owing shall not serve to prevent the Landlord from filing a summary ejection action for any
balance still due and owing.
BATHROOMS. Tenant agrees to provide water proof covering such as shower curtains, etc., in the bathroom to protect window
areas and floors and shall be liable to Landlord for damages that may result by Tenant's failure to do so.
SUB-LETTING. Tenants shall not sublet the premises or any part thereof, nor shall they assign the Lease Agreement to anyone.
DAMAGES. Tenants agree to pay Landlord for repairs of all damages they or their guests have caused.
APPLIANCES. Tenants are permitted use of appliances supplied by Landlord in the apartment and Tenants assume all
responsibility for the care and maintenance of said appliances, not excluding Tenants liability to Landlord for any expenses in curred
as a result of damages to such appliances as a result of Tenants carelessness or misuse use of same. The Tenant shall not install
any non-existing gas, electric or water usage appliance on the premises.
DOORS, WINDOWS, MIRRORS. Tenant agrees to pay Landlord the cost to repair all cracked or broken doors and window
frames, glass and mirrors on the leased premises damaged by any occurrence whatsoever during the course of this tenancy or
pre-existing and such repair expense shall be promptly reimbursable to Landlord and treated as additional rent payable.
DRAIN STOPPAGES. Landlord warrants that the dwellings sewage drains are in good working order and that they will accept the
normal household waste for which they were designed. Tenants agree to pay Landlord for the cost to clear drains of any and all
stoppages caused by such items as sanitary napkins, tampons, wads of toilet paper, balls of hair, grease, oil, tables scraps, kitty
litter, clothing, rags, sand, dirt, rocks, newspapers or any other foreign object or matter. Tenant hereby agrees to pay the cost of
such repairs immediately upon presentation of a bill by Landlord.
PEST EXTERMINATION. Landlord shall make all reasonable efforts to keep the property free of insect and vermin infestation;
however, it shall be the responsibility of the Tenant at his own expense to procure and utilize commercially available extermination
devices or eradication sprays should minor pest problems occur within the leased premises.
PARKING. Parking accommodations are NOT included as a part of this Lease Agreement.
ELEVATOR. Elevator service, if any, is provided as a Tenant convenience without charge; however, Landlord reserves the right to
discontinue this service at any time and for any reason without notice to tenant.
EXTERIOR GROUNDS AND YARDS. Public areas of Landlords building and grounds are intended for the sole purpose of ingress
and egress only. Tenant is prohibited entry onto or use of any public area of Landlords property without the prior written consent of
Landlord. Any Tenant item deposited in the public areas of Landlords premises will be promptly disposed of without notice by
Landlord at the cost and risk of Tenant.
EXTERIOR BUILDING AREAS. No awnings or other projections, except as installed by Landlord, shall be attached to the outside
or other parts of the building, and no blinds, shades, screens, attachments, or contrivances of any kind shall be attached to or hung
on the exterior of any wall, window or door of the leased premises; and no kind of air conditioning apparatus, television or radio
aerials will be installed by Tenant upon the exterior of said building.
 STORAGE. Landlord does not provide Tenants with any kind of storage facility situated outside Tenants apartment. Tenants who
use pre-existing storage facilities on Landlords premises, do so without authorization and at their own risk and are subject to
Landlord without prior notice for all costs to remove stored items.
TRASH. Tenants agree to dispose of their ordinary trash by first securing it into plastic garbage bags and then placing it outdoors
into Landlord supplied trash cans situated in pre-designated areas of the property. Tenants agree to dispose of extraordinary
household items of trash, such as Christmas trees, old furniture, broken appliances or any other excessive items of bulk by hauling
it to the dump by themselves or paying someone else to haul it away. Tenants are liable for all costs to Landlord for removal of any
trash items improperly disposed of or left on the premises.
LOCKS. Tenants agree that they will not change the locks on any door or mailbox without Landlords written permission. Having
obtained permission, they agree to pay for changing the locks themselves and to provide Landlord with one additional key per lock .
LOCKOUTS. Should Tenants lock themselves out of their dwelling and be unable to gain access through their own resources, they
may call upon a professional locksmith to let them in. If willing to offer assistance, Landlord charges a fee of $75.00 for providing
this service. Landlord charges a fee of $20.00 per key should Tenant require duplicate replacement keys to the premises.
ALTERATIONS, DECORATIONS, AND REPAIRS. Tenant shall not perform any kind of alteration, decoration, repairs or
improvements to the leased premises, or erect or cause to be erected or hung any structure or object in any manner or by any
means, in about or upon the leased premises. Alterations, decorations, repairs or improvements of any kind made by the Tenants
become the property of the Landlord when Tenants vacate, and Tenants assume liability to Landlord for all costs to remove such
items should it be deemed necessary in Landlords sole judgment.
PROPERTY. All personal property belonging to Tenant, located in leased premises and appurtenances shall be there and remain
at the sole risk of Tenant, and Landlord shall not be liable for any loss or damage or injury thereto arising from any acts or
negligence of any persons, nor from fire, explosion, water, gas, electricity, leaks from the roof or other portions of the building, or
from the bursting of pipes or overflowing of water, sewer or steam pipes, or from moths, termites or other vermin, or from any cause
whatsoever.
ACCESS. Landlord shall retain duplicate keys to all of the leased premises, and Landlord, or its agents, shall have access to the
leased premises, without relieving Tenant of any obligation to pay rent for said apartment or being liable to prosecution there for or
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damages by reason thereof, at any time in the event of an emergency, or at all reasonable times, in order to inspect the same , to
make necessary repairs, or to enforce any provision of this Lease or do anything authorized under the Lease, in either the leased
premises or said building.
CABLE AND TELEPHONE SERVICE. Tenants are responsible for securing such services, installation and repairs through those
companies directly responsible for providing such services.
OBJECTIONABLE BEHAVIOR. Tenant shall not use nor permit to be used the leased premises for any unlawful purpose, or do or
permit any unlawful act or any act of immoral conduct or improper behavior in or upon the leased premises. Tenant shall not make
or permit to be made any disturbing noises or do or permit any act that unreasonably interferes with the rights, comforts,
conveniences, or peace and quiet of other tenants.
REMOVAL FOR INAPPROPRIATE CONDUCT. This Lease is granted upon the express condition that if the Tenant, his family or
guests shall conduct themselves upon the leased premises in a manner which the Landlord, in his sole opinion, may deem
improper or objectionable, Tenants shall be taken to have breached this Lease, and Landlord will be entitled to all of the rights and
remedies granted herein, including the restitution of said premises.
HAZARD. Tenant shall not permit any act or thing upon the premises deemed hazardous on account of fire, toxicity, explosion or that
will increase the rate of insurance on the premises, such as the keeping of gasoline or other combustible materials on the premises,
including storage areas.
CASUALTY. Tenant agrees if the leased premises shall be damaged by fire or other unavoidable casualty so as to be made unfit,
wholly or partially, for occupancy, then Landlord may, at its election, either treat this Agreement as fully terminated or restore said
premises substantially to their previous condition. If Landlord elects to restore, the rental shall be either abated in full or adjusted
proportionately until restoration is substantially completed, at which time full rental shall resume. If Landlord elects not to restore, this
Agreement shall be fully terminated, rental shall be adjusted to the date of casualty, and there shall be no further liability on either part
hereto.
DAMAGE TO PREMISES. Tenant shall make suitable repairs to the leased premises and fixtures belonging thereto whenever they
have been damaged by misuse or neglect of Tenant, his family, servants or visitors, and, if Landlord makes said repairs, Tenants
agrees to pay the cost of same upon presentation of a bill. Tenants shall give Landlord in writing prompt notice of any defects in the
water pipes, electric wiring, heating apparatus, or any other part of the said leased premises, in order that the same may be repaired
with due diligence, but it is mutually agreed that Landlord shall not be responsible to make such repairs nor be liable for a ny damage
whatsoever kind, or by whomever caused, to person or property of Tenants or to anyone on or about the premises, whether due in
whole or in part to acts of negligence on the part of anyone, including Landlord, its agents, servants, or employees whether such acts be
active or passive. Tenant agrees to hold Landlord and/or its agents, servants and employees harmless against all such damage claims.
ABANDONMENT. Any property which is left on the premises after termination of the tenancy shall be considered to be abandoned by
the Tenant or other owner and shall, at Landlords option, become Landlords property and Landlord may dispose of it without liability to
Tenant, or owner of property left with Tenants former dwelling unit or the premises, all at the expense of the Tenant.
TERMINATION OF LEASE. The parties hereto agree that this lease shall expire at the end of the term herein stated, at which time the
Tenant must quit and immediately surrender possession of the premises to the Landlord and in as good condition as when received,
reasonable wear and tear excepted, and immediately return all keys to the premises to the office of the Landlord. Should Tenant fail to
return all keys in a timely manner, Tenant agrees to pay Landlord $75.00 as reimbursement for the cost of changing or re-keying locks.
Tenant further understands and agrees that at any time during the time prior to the expiration of this lease, Landlord shall have the right,
without prior notice to Tenant and whether or not Tenant is present, to enter the leased premises by duplicate key and show the leased
premises to prospective tenants on any day between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. local time. NOTE: In the event the term of this
lease agreement is perpetuated on a month-to-month basis, the parties hereto agree that either party may then terminate the
same, at any time and for any reason, by giving to the other party at least SIXTY (60) DAYS written notice prior to the end of any
one month term.
TENANT'S REFUSAL TO VACATE. That if the Tenant shall continue to occupy the Premises after the expiration of this Lease
Agreement, or of any renewal or extension thereof, and if the Landlord shall have consented to such continuation of occupancy, such
occupancy shall be deemed to be under a month-to-month tenancy, at twice the additional rental payable hereunder just prior to the
Tenant holding over, which shall continue until either party shall mail notice to the other at least two (2) months prior to the end of any
calendar month, that the party giving such notice elects to terminate such tenancy at the end of such calendar month, in which event
such tenancy shall so terminate. As long as the Tenant is in possession of the Premises, all of the obligations of the Tenant and all
rights of the Landlord applicable during the term of this Lease shall be equally applicable during such period of subsequent occupancy.
DEFAULT. Provided, always, that if Tenant shall fail to pay rent in advance as aforesaid, although there shall have been no legal or
formal demand made, or shall break or violate any of the within conditions, covenants, agreements, rules and regulations, then and in
either of said events, this Agreement and all things herein contained shall at the option of the Landlord cease and determine and such
failure or violation shall operate as a notice to quit, any other notice to quit being hereby expressly waived, and Landlord may proceed to
recover possession of said premises under and by virtue of the Code of Laws promulgated in the jurisdiction in which the demised
property is situated, or by such process as may be in operation and force in like cases relating to proceedings between Landlords and
Tenants, including Landlord's right to distrain for rent in arrears, if applicable. And it is further agreed that upon breach by Tenant of any
agreement or covenant herein, including any rule promulgated by Landlord, Landlord may, without notice, re-enter and repossess said
premises for the balance of said term, and no such re-entry or re-letting or exercise of right or control over said premises for the balance
of said term, and no such re-entry or re-letting or exercise of right or control over said premises by Landlord shall be construed as a
surrender of said premises by Tenant, but shall be an option granted Landlord and reserved by Landlord to protect his rights; and that
no such re-entry, substitution of Tenant or re-letting of said premises shall be construed as an abatement of the rental hereinabove
agreed to be paid, or as a waiver of Tenant's liability thereof, provided, however, that any amount so received from any substitute tenant,
after deducting all proper charges, costs, expenses and damages, including any proper brokerage and attorney's fees or costs of
repainting or refurbishing incurred by Landlord shall be credit to Tenant who shall in any and all events remain liable for the full term
hereinabove created, and for the full amount of the rental there for.
LIEN. Landlord shall have a lien upon all personal; property of Tenant moved in or located upon demised premises or in said building,
as and for security for the rent herein provided to be paid; and such installments of rent as shall remain unpaid to the amount and extent
thereof shall become and are hereby made a specific lien upon such personal property as shall be in and upon the leased premises or
appurtenances, to all intents and purposes as though Tenant had executed a chattel deed of trust to secure Landlord for the s aid rent
reserved; and Tenant shall not remove nor attempt to remove, any personal property so moved into the leased premises or
appurtenances, while there yet shall remain due and owing any portion of the rent reserved by this Agreement; and should Tenant
attempt to remove such property, Landlord is hereby empowered to seize and detain the same until Landlord shall be fully paid for such
rent as shall then be, or thereafter becomes due under the terms of this Agreement.
SALE OF DWELLING. If Landlord/owners sell this dwelling or transfer its ownership to another party, they shall have the right to
terminate this Lease Agreement by giving Tenants written notice of at least sixty (60) days prior thereto. Should Tenants have
conflicting occupancy rights guaranteed them by law, however, those legal rights shall prevail.
ATTORNEY'S FEES AND SUITS. In the event Landlord employs an attorney to enforce compliance by Tenant of any term or provision
of this Lease Agreement, Tenant shall pay such attorney's fee. In the event the rent reserved herein is not paid in advance as agreed
and suit is filed for the collection of rent due hereunder, Tenant agrees to pay the costs of any such action, plus reasonable attorney's
fees, which sum shall be added to the rent herein reserved, as additional rent, and shall be payable on demand as part thereof.
WAIVING OF ONE BREACH NOT A GENERAL WAIVER. No waiver of any breach of the covenants, provisions or conditions contained
in this Lease shall be construed as a waiver of the covenant itself or of any subsequent breach thereof.
LEASE BINDING ON HEIRS. This Lease and all covenants, conditions, terms and provisions hereon are binding upon and shall inure to
the benefit of the successors and assigns of Landlord, and heirs, personal representatives and, to the extent herein permitted, assigns
of Tenant.
INTERRUPTIONS. Landlord shall not be liable to Tenant for the failure or interruption of any utilities, appliances or facilities, including,
but not limited to, electricity, gas, heat, air conditioning, parking, laundry, refrigerators, or any other facilities or services, but Landlord
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shall attempt to bring about the restoration of each and all with due diligence under the circumstances.
CO-TENANTS. Landlord shall not be liable for or responsible to Tenant for any inconvenience and/or damages arising from acts of
co-tenants, or other occupants of the Building, or other persons therein or thereabout; or from acts or negligence of owners or occupants
of adjacent or contiguous property, or any other persons.
RELEASE. Notwithstanding anything previously set forth herein, Landlord is hereby released and discharged from any and all liability,
responsibility, claim, demand, loss, cost and expense connected with, caused by or resulting from any event, happening, accident,
injury, inconvenience or interruption, temporary or permanent, to persons, any damage to property, or any disappearance,
misappropriation, theft or breach of trust occurring in, or about or connected with the leased premises or any part whatsoever of the
Landlord=s property beyond the reasonable control of Landlord.
ISSUANCE OF NOTICES. All notices given by Landlord to Tenant shall be sufficiently given by leaving the same at the leased
premises. Notices given by Tenant to Landlord must be given by registered mail, with a return receipt signed by Landlord or it's agent. It
is further agreed that if there are two or more persons undersigned as Tenants, then any notice given by Landlord to one shall constitute
notice to all.
ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the final and entire understanding between the parties hereto and no party shall be bound
by any term, condition or representation, oral or written, not set forth by reference herein.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused these present to be signed in person or by a person there unto duly authorized and
their respective seals to be hereunto affixed, the day and year first hereinbefore written.



WITNESS: _____________________________________ By: ___________________________________________ (SEAL)
                                                                         TENANT
WITNESS: _____________________________________ By: ___________________________________________ (SEAL)
                                                                         TENANT
WITNESS: _____________________________________ By: ___________________________________________ (SEAL)
                                                                         TENANT
WITNESS: _____________________________________ By: ___________________________________________ (SEAL)
                                                                         TENANT
WITNESS: _____________________________________ By: ___________________________________________ (SEAL)
                                                                        LANDLORD

    WHERE MORE THAN ONE TENANT ENTERS INTO THIS LEASE AND INITIAL PAYMENT OF THE SECURITY DEPOSIT IS MADE
ON A SPLIT BASIS, Tenants hereby agree that Landlord shall have the right at the end of this or any subsequent Lease Agreement to
combine all deposits received and refund same in one lump sum payable to any one Tenant named herein; otherwise, to any specific sole
party herein designated by Tenant and furnished below. TENANTS MUST INITIAL ACCEPTANCE BELOW.

Name of Person to be issued return of Security Deposit: ________________________________________________________

TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________

WHERE MORE THAN ONE TENANT OCCUPIES A SINGLE RENTAL UNIT,   it is agreed between the parties hereto that
only one check, not multiple checks, will be acceptable as payment covering the full monthly rental due.
Payments from multiple tenants on a proportionate basis for the full monthly rental due are prohibited. TENANTS MUST INITIAL
ACCEPTANCE BELOW

TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________

INDEMNIFICATION AND RENTER’S INSURANCE. Tenant hereby agrees to indemnify and save harmless Landlord in the event any
one suffers injury to his person or property on the rented premises during the term of this Lease or any renewal and agrees to accept
responsibility for any such injuries and carry proper insurance endorsement to cover any and all such claims, a certified copy of which
shall be deposited with the Landlord and made an integral part of this Lease. TENANTS MUST INITIAL ACCEPTANCE BELOW

TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________ TENANT INITIALS __________

DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION ON LEAD-BASED PAINT AND/OR LEAD-BASED PAINT HAZARDS 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 managed 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/or lead-based paint hazards in the dwelling. Landlords must also
receive a federally approved pamphlet on lead poisoning prevention. Landlord hereby acknowledges the presence of lead-based paint
and/or lead-based paint hazards upon the premises being leased by the Tenant(s). Landlord also maintains that no lead-based paint
has been applied to the said premises since the use of lead-based paint became unlawful. What lead-based paint is currently in
existence upon the leased premises has been either removed or covered by latex paint; however, the lead-based paint hazard has not
been eliminated. Currently, Landlord has no comprehensive reports or records pertaining to lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint
hazards upon the premises other than independent random tests by Landlord that confirm the presence of lead-based paint upon the
premises. Landlord hereby acknowledges his obligations under 42 U.S.C. 4852d and is aware of his/her responsibility to ensure
compliance. CERTIFICATION OF ACCURACY - The following parties have reviewed the information above and certify, to the best of
their knowledge, that the information they have provided is true and accurate. Tenants also hereby acknowledges having received the
pamphlet entitled, A Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home and A Lead Poisoning Prevention - Notice of Tenants Rights.
Tenant(s) also hereby acknowledges receipt of MDE INSPECTION CERTIFICATE as evidence that lead paint risk reduction work has
been performed to the leased premises.


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