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									                                    HILLTOP MANAGEMENT - 908 W Fremont – Riverton, WY 82501 – 856-8881

                                              SINGLE FAMILY RENTAL AGREEMENT
Hilltop Management, “Landlord and/or Owner’s Agent”, and _____________________________________________ “Tenant(s) for
the “Property” commonly known as: ___________________________________, Riverton, Fremont County, Wy.
1. LEASE TERM. This agreement is for a term of month to month beginning on _____________ .

2. POSSESSION. Landlord shall deliver possession of the demised premises to Lessee on the date hereinabove mentioned as the
date on which this rental agreement has commenced.

3. RENT.
             a) The rent is $________________ per month, payable in advance, and must be received by Landlord on or before
                the first day of each month, commencing with the day of occupancy.
             b) Rent shall be paid without demand to the Landlord at the address 908 W Fremont, Riverton, WY 82501, or at such
                other place as Landlord may designate.
             c) DUE ___________________Prorated rent of ___________ shall apply for the period of _________ to 4. SECURITY
                DEPOSIT. Tenant shall pay a Security Deposit of $________ which shall be deposited in a trust account. This
                deposit is security for the performance of Tenant’s obligations pursuant to this Agreement, including but not
                limited to payments of rent, payment of late fees, and to indemnify Landlord for damages to and cleaning of the
                property for which Tenant is responsible. In the event there is a rent increase, Tenant shall, within 30 days of
                notification by the Landlord of the rent increase, remit any shortfall of the Security Deposit to equal the rent
                increase. Failure to remit the Security Deposit shortfall will be cause for immediate termination of this Rental
                Agreement.

5. MOVE-IN/MOVE-OUT. A “Move-In/Move-Out Inspection Agreement” describing the condition and cleanliness of and any
damage to the Property and furnishings will be signed by Landlord and Tenant upon commencement of occupancy and a written
copy given to Tenant.

6. RRETURN OF SECURITY DEPOSIT. Within 30 days after termination of the Rental Agreement or within 15 days after receipt of the
Tenant’s new mailing address, whichever is later, Landlord shall deliver or mail Tenant the amount of Security Deposit (without
interest thereon), less amounts, if any due towards accrued rent, damages to the demised premises beyond reasonable wear and
tear, cost to clean the demised premises to its condition at the beginning of this Agreement and towards other costs, together with
a written itemized of such deductions from the deposits and reasons therefor. Under no circumstances is the Security Deposit to be
considered last month’s rent. If the Security Deposit is insufficient to reimburse Landlord for such damages, cleaning and unpaid
rent, Tenant agrees to pay any deficiency on demand.

Return of the Security Deposit is subject to the following provisions:
             a) Payment of all rent due; b) the vacating of the property in clean condition; c) return of all keys, rent will continue
                 to accrue until all keys are returned; d)removal of abandoned articles; e) notifying the Landlord when property is
                 vacant and ready for inspection; f) upon furnishing a forwarding address to Landlord; g) deductions from the
                 Security Deposit shall be made for any damages done to the property normal wear and tear expected including,
                 but not limited to insufficient light bulbs, scratches, burns, stains, holes in walls, as well as any other damages to
                 property; h) the full term of this Agreement has been completed; i) no damage to the property or grounds; j) all
                 unpaid charges have been paid including but not limited to utility charges the Tenant was responsible for up to the
                 end of the term.
             b) A portion of the Security will be non-refundable for the professional cleaning of all carpets on the property.
                 Landlord will order the carpets to be professionally cleaned as soon as the property becomes vacant and inspected
                 by the Landlord. The Landlord will order the carpets to be cleaned by a professional in all cases, whether the
                 carpets were cleaned by the Tenant or not.
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7. LATE RENT AND NSF CHECK. If any rent is not received by the 3 day of the month, Tenant agrees to pay a late charge fee of
$10.00 per day for each day that rent is delinquent, starting from the first day of each month and including the day of payment.
Tenant agrees to pay a charge of $35.00 for each NSF check given by the Tenant to Landlord. Landlord shall have no obligation to re-
deposit any check returned NSF. Landlord may elect to terminate this Agreement for nonpayment of rent or demand that after one
returned NSF check, all rents and payments shall be in the form of a money order, cashier’s check or credit card. There is an
additional processing fee of $10.00 per credit card transaction over the amount of the rent. Landlord shall notify Tenant of late rent
and NSF check charges and the same must be paid within 3 days.
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8. NOTICES. In the event that is necessary for Landlord to serve any notices, Tenant shall be liable for all costs related to said
notices. Tenant shall be liable, in addition to any late charges, for a minimum charge of $35.00 for each Three Day Pay Rent Or Quit
notice, 3 Days to Comply Notice, Three Day Notice To Terminate Tenancy which is served or mailed.

9. ORDER OF LATE FEES AND RENT. Payments are posted first to late fees, then to other past due fees, then to other fees, and
lastly to rent. Landlord will accept personal checks, except in the event Tenant has a NSF returned check, money orders, cashier’s
check or credit card. Any credit card transaction on a one time or recurring basis, there is a transaction fee of $10.00 per credit card
transaction. All rent payments must be made payable to Hilltop Management.

10. UTILITIES. Tenant shall be responsible for transferring and paying for all utilities indicated below as of day of occupancy through
the end of the term: Tenant pays Electric-Rocky Mountain Power; Gas-Source Gas; Water/Sewer/Garbage-City of Riverton.
                  a) All utilities shall be paid when due. Non-payment of utilities is immediate cause for eviction.
                  b) Deposits may be required by each utility and will be determined by each utility provider and not by the
                  Landlord.
                  c) The Tenant shall not waste utilities furnished by the Landlord or use utilities and equipment for any
                  unauthorized purpose. Tenant authorizes Landlord to acquire the utility bills to determine their costs so the
                  Landlord can deep the utility costs up to date. Non-payment of utility services is immediate cause for termination
                  of this Agreement.
                  d) Tenant shall, at termination of tenancy, produce evidence of current receipts for all utilities. If no such
                  evidence is provided, Landlord may retain an appropriate amount from the Security Deposit until the Landlord is
                  satisfied said utilities have been paid, or Landlord may pay said utilities out of the funds held. If the Deposit is
                  insufficient to cover the costs, Tenant shall pay the remaining unpaid charges upon receipt from Landlord.
                  e) It will not be the responsibility of the Landlord to contact the utility providers to transfer the utility back into
                  the Landlord’s name. If the Tenant transfers their name out from the utilities before the end of their term,
                  Landlord will prorate all charges and deduct a Utility Transfer Fee of $35.00 from the Security Deposit.
                  f) In the event the property has a septic tank system, Tenant shall ensure they follow the instructions provided on
                  their use.

11. OCCUPANCY AND SUBLETTING. The Property is rented as a private residence only for the following persons:
__________________________________ and no others.
Tenant shall not assign this Agreement, sublet all or any portion of the Property nor give accommodations to any roomers or lodgers
without the prior written consent of the Landlord. Tenant shall pay to Landlord a non-refundable administration fee of $200.00 for
each change to Occupants or Tenants in term of this Agreement.

12. GUESTS. Tenant agrees to be fully responsible for the safety, actions and activities of their household members and guests.
Guests staying longer than 14 days must have written permission to stay from Landlord. Depending on the length of stay, guests will
be required to complete a Rental application, pay the Application Fee, pass our Rental Selection Criteria, and sign a Roommate
Agreement Addendum and Rental Agreement and pay a Roommate Security Deposit.

13. MULTIPLE OCCUPANCY. It is expressly understood that this Agreement is between Landlord and each signatory jointly and
severally. In the event of default by any one signer, each and every remaining signer shall be responsible for timely payment of rent
and other provisions of this agreement.

14. RULES. Tenant shall comply with all rules as adopted by the Landlord from time to time. Failure to abide by the Rules constitute
a default under this Agreement.

15. NUISANCE. Tenant will not permit, maintain or commit nuisance behavior. Nuisance behavior is defined as that which disturbs
the peace and quiet enjoyment or endangers the health, safety or well being of neighbors, their guests or invitees. Nuisance
behavior includes but is not limited to: obscene language, involvement in illegal drugs, possession of illegal drugs, anti-social
behavior, illegal gang activity, prostitution, and objectionable acts. Tenant agrees that nuisance behavior is grounds for immediate
eviction and /or legal action.

16. NOISE. Tenant and guests shall have due regard for the peace, comfort and enjoyment of their neighbors. All noise including,
TV, stereo, radio and musical instruments etc. shall be kept at a volume low enough so that no noise whatsoever shall escape from
the walls of the Tenant’s own dwelling. Tenant shall not create or permit any other nuisance on the Property. Outdoor music that
disturbs neighbors is never permitted, this includes loud music being played in vehicles on the property.
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17. PETS. No dogs, cats, other animals, or reptiles will be permitted on the Property without written permission of the Landlord.
In the event Tenant contravenes this condition, Tenant shall pay a penalty of $300.00, plus a daily penalty of $30.00 per day until the
contravention is remedied. If Tenant does not remedy the contravention within the time set forth by the Landlord, Tenant agrees
that this is grounds for immediate eviction in addition to any other remedies that landlord has in terms of this agreement.

18. PERSONAL PROPERTY. Tenant acknowledges that insurance carried by Landlord does not in any way benefit Tenant. Tenant
agrees that all personal property kept in or on the Property is at risk of the Tenant. Tenant is specifically advised of the availability of
and is encouraged to obtain insurance for such personal property.

19. USE OF PROPERTY. Tenant shall control the use of the Property as follows:
               a) Tenant shall not use Property for any purpose other than that of a residence and shall not use said Property or
               any part thereof for any illegal purpose. Tenant agrees to confirm to municipal, county, state and federal codes,
               statutes, ordinances, and regulations concerning the use and occupation of sad Property.
               b) Properly use and operate electrical, gas heating, plumbing and other fixtures and appliances supplied by
               Landlord, including prohibition against placing disposable tampons, sanitary napkins, diapers, toothbrushes, Q-tips,
               and other bathroom or household items into the toilet. Such improper use will result in Tenant assuming the cost
               of repair, replacement and or cost of cleaning up.
               c) Not intentionally or negligently destroy, deface, damage, impair or remove any part of the Property, its
               attachments (also called appurtenances), facilities, equipment, furniture, furnishings and appliances, nor permit
               any member of Tenant’s family, invitee or licensee, or other person acting under their control to do so.
               d) Tenant shall NOT park their vehicles over or on the sidewalk or walkways at any time. Maintenance crews are
               unable to remove snow font the walkways when the Tenant’s or their guests park the front or rear of their vehicle
               over the walkways. In the event a vehicle is parked over the walkways and the Maintenance crew is unable to
               remove the snow, Tenant will be charged a fee of $35.00 for each day the vehicle covers any part of the walkway
               or sidewalk. Fee to be paid to Landlord within 3 days of receipt of fine posted on the vehicle.

20. POSSESSTION. Tenant shall take possession of the Property on the commencement date indicated above. In the event Tenant
fails to take possession on the date indicated, the Security Deposit shall be forfeited and Tenant shall be obligated for the rental
payments for the remainder of the term. 30 Days if this is a month to month Agreement, or until the Property has been re-rented,
whichever is less. If, through no fault of the Landlord, Landlord cannot deliver possession of the Property to Tenant on the date
indicated above, Landlord shall not be liable to Tenant for damages.

21. TRANSFER PROERTIES. In the event Tenant wants to transfer to another Property within the Landlord’s inventory, a full 30 days
notice must be required to transfer and a non-refundable Transfer Fee of $200.00 will be due upon the time Tenant gives Landlord
the written 30 days notice to transfer. If the tenant decides not to transfer to the other Property after paying the Transfer Fee,
Tenant will forfeit the Transfer Fee.

22. DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. In the event of the description of the Property, or the building of which it is part, or damage
thereto by fire or any other casualty, Landlord may, at its option, elect to terminate this Rental Agreement as of the date of the
event. In no case shall Tenant be entitled to compensation for damages on account of loss, annoyance or inconvenience resulting
from such damage, destruction or its repair.

23 REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE. Tenant is responsible for notifying Landlord of any repairs needed in writing. In the case of an
emergency, Tenant agrees to employ certified/licensed personnel to work on any major appliance including heating and cooling,
major plumbing. Tenant will be responsible for any payment of any non-emergency work ordered by Tenant without the Landlords
consent.

 In no case shall the Tenant be entitled to an abatement of rent for any inconvenience resulting from the needed repair or
maintenance of any part of the property whether it be electrical, plumbing, sewer or septic back-ups, appliances, heating, cooling,
hot water heater, appurtenances, furnishings, etc. and any delay in the service or repair of such mentioned items above by a service
provider. Landlord cannot control the schedules of service providers or how they respond to repair or maintenance requests. If
the tenant request that the Tenant be at the residence at the time any service provider responds to the Maintenance Request, and
the Tenant does not keep the appointment, a Service Call Fee will be charged to the Tenant of $65.00, due upon receipt of the
Service Call Invoice. If the Tenant has a pet, it is the responsibility of the Tenant to cage or remove the animal during the service call.
If the pet is not caged at the time the Service Provider enters the unit, the service call will be delayed and the Service Call Fee of
$65.00 will be charged to the tenant and due upon receipt.
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24. CONDITION. Tenant acknowledges that the Property is in “As Is” condition and is in good order and repair, unless otherwise
noted on the Inspection Report or advised to Landlord in writing of any defect not noted on Inspection Report within (3) three days
after taking occupancy. Tenant will at all times maintain the Property, including any yard and lawn work, in a neat and clean
condition and upon termination of this Agreement will leave the property in as good as condition as it is upon commencement of
this Agreement, reasonable wear and tear expected. Tenant agrees not to make any alterations or improvements to the Property
without Landlord’s prior written approval. In the event that any alterations or improvements are made to the property by Tenant
during the rental term, then such alterations or improvements shall become the property of Landlord and shall remain with and as
part of the Property at the end of the tenancy. There will be no reimbursement from the Landlord of the costs of any alterations or
improvements to the Tenant.

25. REPAIRS. Tenant shall immediately notify Landlord in writing of any Dangerous Condition associated with the Property. Tenant
shall give written notice, “Maintenance Request” of the need for repairs on or about the property to the address designated by
Landlord. Tenants are required to report any leaky faucets, running toilets, leaky roofs, etc. to Landlord immediately, otherwise
Tenant will be required to pay for damages resulting from same. Tenant shall promptly repair at Tenant’s expense, any broken glass
in doors or windows. Tenant acknowledges and agrees that no rent reductions, adjustments or compensation will be due as a result
of repairs or interruptions of service except as provided by law. A full month’s rent must be paid at all times with no deductions. In
the event Tenant deducts repair costs from the rent, Tenant will be deemed delinquent and pay any additional late charges and can
be cause for immediate termination of this Agreement.

26. VENTILATION. Tenant is responsible to clean mold or mildew and /or pay for damage resulting from inadequate ventilation.
Tenant shall adequately ventilate the Property to prevent high humidity, which can result in condensation, mold and mildew growth
on windows, toilet tanks, walls, ceilings, carpets and other surfaces.

27. FREEZING. Tenant shall protect the plumbing from freezing. Tenant shall drain and turn off outside water faucets in the early
fall and remove all garden hoses. When the weather gets below zero, Tenant shall leave the heat no lower than 55 degrees, during
cold weather if they will be gone from the residence and leave bottom cabinets open so heat can reach the pipes under the sinks.

28. GUTTERS AND DRAINS. Tenant shall keep all gutters and drains clear at all times. If Tenant is unable to keep gutters and drains
clear, then Tenant shall inform Landlord immediately of any blocked drains or gutters in order for the Landlord to arrange the
required cleaning at Tenants expense. Tenant’s failure to notify Landlord of the need for gutter cleaning shall cause Tenant to be
liable for any damage caused by blocked or overflowing gutters.

29. GARBAGE. Tenant shall properly dispose of all rubbish, garbage and other organic or flammable waste in a clean and sanitary
manner at reasonable and regular intervals, and assume all costs for extermination and fumigation for infestation of insects and
rodents caused by Tenant’s neglect.

30. LAWNS AND SHRUBS. Tenant is aware that the yard and landscaping is part of the property rented. Tenant shall cut and water
any lawn, weed all garden and lawn areas; fertilize all lawn areas; and water any shrubs, trees and landscaping, so as to maintain the
same.

31. STORAGE. Potted plants and planters boxes may not sit directly on the deck or patio surfaces. No trash shall be stored outside
front doors, on decks or patios, sidewalks, stairways, or other public areas. Storage of recycling materials must be collected or
stored and disposed of properly. They are not to be stored outside along sidewalks, front doors, decks or patios.

32. NAILS AND PAINTING. Tenant shall not dive any nails or screws into walls, and shall not paint any part of the Property without
the prior written consent of the Landlord. In the event that Tenant is granted permission to use picture hanging nails, same are to
be removed upon vacant the Property and holes are to be filled with spackle matching the color of the walls. Spackle is to be
smoothed flush with the wall and is not to cover any area other than the mail hole.

33. INCENSE AND CANDLES. Incense and scented candles may not be burned in the property.

34. SMOKING. There is to be NO SMOKING in or on the premises. In the event Tenant smokes or allows any smoking in or on the
property, this Agreement will be immediately terminated. There is to be no cigarette butts on the grounds at any time.

35. WATER BEDS, PIANOS, AND HEAVEY OBJECTS. No water beds, aquariums, pianos, organs, libraries or other unusually heavy
objects are permitted in the Property without Landlord’s written permission. As a condition to permitting a water bed, Landlord
may require Tenant to provide and pay for water bed insurance.
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36. WINDOW COVERINGS. Tenant may not replace the provided window coverings without prior written permission from
Landlord. Tenant must clean the window coverings as needed.

37. SCREENS. Landlord is not obligated to provide window and/or door screens. If there are any presently installed, Landlord has
no obligations to maintain or replace them.

38. LOCKS. No unlock service is provided by Landlord. Tenant will have to contact a locksmith if they lock themselves out of their
dwelling unit. In the event Tenant requires replacement keys or garage door openers, Tenant agrees to pay an administrative fee of
$35.00 to Landlord in addition to the cost of said keys or garage door openers. Tenant may not change the locks without prior
written consent of Landlord.

39. GARAGE SSALES. Tenant agrees that no garage/yard sales are to be conducted on the rented Property without the prior written
consent of Landlord.

40. SMOKE DETECTORS. Landlord has no responsibility to furnish smoke detectors. If smoke detectors are furnished by Landlord, it
is the responsibility of the Tenant to maintain them in working order including replacing the batteries every 6 months or earlier is
needed.

41. RIGHT OF INSPECTION. Tenant shall grant Landlord, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, to enter into the
Property for the purpose of making repairs to or inspecting the demised premises and showing the property for rent or sale.
Landlord shall give 24 hours advanced notice, except in case of an emergency and conditions constituting a hazard to the Property or
the health and well-being of any person, in which case no notice is required.

42. DISPLAY OF SIGNS. Landlord reserves the right to place a “For Rent”, “For Sale” or “Vacancy:” sign on the property and of
showing the Property to prospective purchases, tenants or mortgagees.

43. WAIVER OF SUBROGATION. Landlord and Tenant hereby release and waive for the duration of this Agreement and any
extension or renewal thereof their respective rights of recovery against each other for any loss resulting from perils of fire and/or
extended coverage as defined in fire insurance policies issued to either Landlord or Tenant in effect at the time of the loss. Provided
that such waiver and release shall apply only in the event such agreement does not prejudice the insurance afforded by such
policies.

44. SUBORDINATION OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement and Landlords leasehold interest hereunder are and shall be subject,
subordinate, and inferior to any lines or encumbrances now or hereafter placed on the property by Landlord, all advances made
under any such liens or encumbrances, the interest payable on any such liens or encumbrances, and any and all renewals or
extensions of such liens or encumbrances.

45. SURRENDER OF PROPERTY. At the expiration, end of term, of this Agreement, shall quit and surrender the property in as good
condition as it was at the day of occupancy, reasonable wear and tear expected.

46. ABANDONMENT. If at any time during the term of this lease, Tenant abandons the Property or any part thereof, Landlord may,
at Landlord’s option, enter the Property by any means without being liable for any prosecution therefore, and without becoming
liable to Landlord for damages or for any payment of any kind whatever, and may, as the agent of Landlord, re-let the Property, or
any part thereof, for the whole or any part of the then unexpired term, and may receive and collect all rent payable by virtue of such
re-letting, and, at Landlord’s option, may hold Lessee liable for any difference between the rent that would have been payable under
this lease during the balance of the unexpired term, if this lease had continued in force, and the net rent for such period realized by
Landlord by means of such re-letting. If Landlords right of re-entry is exercised following abandonment of the Property by Lessee,
then Landlord may consider any personal property belonging to Landlord and left on the demised premises to also have been
abandoned, in which case Landlord may dispose of all such personal property in accordance with law, and is hereby relieved of all
liability for doing so.

47. BINDING EFFECT. The covenants and conditions herein contained shall apply to and bind the heirs, legal representatives, and
assigns of the parties hereto, and all covenants are to be construed as conditions of this lease.

48. LIABILITY. Landlord shall not be liable for any loss, expense or damage to any person or property, unless it is due to Landlords
negligence. Tenant is responsible for all acts or negligence of Tenant’s family, employees, guests or invitees.
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49. ORDEINANCE AND STATUTES. Tenant shall comply with all statutes, ordinances and requirements of all municipal, state and
federal authorities now in force, and which may hereafter be in force, pertaining to the use of the demised premises.

50. NOTICES. All notices pursuant to this agreement shall be in writing.

51. PARAGRAPH HEADINGS. The paragraph headings are for convenience only.

52. CHOICE OF LAW. This lease shall be governed by the laws of the State of Wyoming, and all disputes shall be subject to the
jurisdiction of the Courts of the State of Wyoming.

53. MISCELLANEOUS. It is further expressly covenanted and agreed between Landlord & Tenant that all personal property and
equipment of Lessee now or hereafter placed, stored or located on or about the leased premises shall be the sole responsibility and
risk of Tenant, and any damages, loss, theft or destruction thereof shall be born solely by Lessee and shall be his or her sole
responsibility. THIS INCLUDES ANY LEASED ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR CABLE TV, SATELLITE DISH EQUIPMENT, INTERNET SERVICE
EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THIS TYPE OF LEASED EQUIPMENT. MANAGEMENT WILL NOT RETURN THE
EQUIPMENT FOR THE LESSEE AT ANYTIME. IT IS YOUR REPSONSIBLITY TO RETURN THE EQUIPMENT YOURSELF AND IF YOU LEAVE
THE EQUIPMENT AFTER VACATING THE UNIT, ANY COST TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE OWNER OF THE LEASE EQUIPMENT TO
PICK THE LEASED EQUIPMENT UP WILL BE CHARGED BY MANAGEMENT AND WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR SECURITY DEPOSIT.
A CHARGE OF $150.00 WILL BE CHARGED BY MANAGEMENT AND DEDUCTED FROM YOUR DEPOSIT. MANAGEMENT WILL NOT BE
HELD LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR ADDITIONAL COSTS BY THE LESSOR OF THE EQUIPMENT.

54. ATTORNEY’S FEE & CONFLICT. All matters pertaining to the Lease Agreement, including but not limited to interpretation
application, validity, performance and breach, shall be governed, construed and enforced in accordance with the law of the State Of
Wyoming. In the event that litigation results from or arises out of the Agreement, or the performance thereof Lessee agrees to
reimburse Landlord for reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs and other expenses, in addition to any other relief to which Landlord
may be entitled.
Should litigation arise hereunder, service of process thereof may be obtained through certified mail, return receipt requested, the
parties hereto hereby waive any and all rights they may have to object to the method by which service is performed/perfected.
Notice of any violation of the Agreement will be served by mail (US POSTAL SERVICE) or posted in a conspicuous place at the
premises of the Landlord.

55. RADON GAS DISCLOSURE. As required by law, Landlord makes the following disclosure: “Radon Gas” 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 gas that exceed federal and state guidelines have been found in buildings in
Wyoming. Additional information regarding radon gas and radon testing may be obtained from your county public health unit.

56. LEAD BASE PAINT DISCLOSURE. “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, Landlord must disclose the presence of known lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in
the dwelling. Lessees must also receive a federally approved pamphlet on lead poisoning prevention.

57. FIRE AND SAFETY. Tenant agrees to prevent the risk of fire and fire related injuries. This includes following these minimum
guidelines:
         a) No combustible fluids, fireworks, or other materials that could cause a fire, explosion or health hazard, shall be kept or
         used in or around the property. No fireworks or explosives shall be ignited on the Property.
         b) Maintain smoke detectors by replacing batteries every six (6) months, vacuuming the dust from openings regularly, and
         testing monthly.
         c) Report smoke detector problems to the Landlord immediately.
         d) Use electrical appliances and tools which have a UL or other recognized testing laboratories label.
         e) Unplug small appliances and portable heaters when not in use.
         f) Discontinue use of any item with cracked or frayed electrical cord.
         g) Minimize the use of extension cords and do not overload outlets; use multi-plug adaptors that have surge protection.
         h) Use light bulbs that are the appropriate size and type for lamps and fixtures.
         i) Keep electrical cords out from beneath furniture and rugs.
         j) Keep all items a recommended 12” or more away from baseboard heaters.
         k) Place portable heaters at least three (3) feet from bedding, furniture and other flammable materials.
         l) Never leave cooking or other burning items unattended.
         m) If grease catches fire, carefully slide a lid over the pan to smother flames.
         n) Develop household emergency escape plans, including where applicable.
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          o) Ensure all household members are able to dial 911 for police, fire and medical assistance, including knowing the address
          of the Property.

 58. NON-LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION. To the extent permitted by law, Landlord/Owner assumes no liability for injury to
 Tenant or Tenant’s guests or invitees, except to the extent that such liability is the direct result of Landlord/Owner’s Gross
 Negligence. Tenant agrees to accept the Property in its present condition and to save and hold the Landlord/Owner harmless from
 any claims or any damages arising out of or resulting from Landlord/Owner’s or Tenant’s negligence or for any defects in the
 Property now or hereafter occurring.

 59. HOLD HARMLESS. Tenant agrees to protect and save Landlord/Owner and duly appointed Agents, while acting within the scope
 of their duties as such, harmless from and against all claims, demands, and causes of action of any kind or character, including the
 cost of defense thereof, arising in favor of Tenant’s employees or third party on account of personal injuries, death or damage to
 property arising from the willful or negligent acts or omissions of the Tenant and/or it’s agent’s, guests, invitees, employees or
 representatives. The Tenant agrees that they have read the above provision and that any questions regarding it were fully explained
 to their satisfaction by Landlord. The Tenant understands that they will be the party held financially responsible under all conditions
 and not the Landlord/Owner or his duly appointed agents or employees.

 60. ILLEGAL PROVISIONS. Should any provision in this agreement be found to be contrary to any local, state or federal law, it shall
 be considered null and void, just as if it had never appeared in the agreement, and it shall not affect the validity of any other
 provision in the agreement.

 61. HOT WATER. Tenant agrees to ensure that the Hot-Water Temperature shall not be adjusted above 120 degrees or Low at any
 time. Tenant is aware that any adjustment of the temperature setting by tenant relieves the Landlord/Owner and Agents of liability
 for injuries or damages attributed to the adjustment by Tenant.

 62. NOTICE TO VACATE. LESSEE SHALL GIVE A MINIMUM OF THRITY (30) DAY NOTICE IN WRITING PRIOR TO
 VACATING. SHOULD THIS CONDITION NOT BE MET ALL DEPOSITS WILL BE NON-REFUNDABLE WITHOUT
 FURTHER NOTICE.

 63. ADDENDUMS.
              a) Lead Base Paint Disclosure.
              b) Cleaning Procedures.
              d) Mold Addendum.
              d) Smoke Detector Addendum.
              e) House Rules.
 This contract is executed in multiple copies and by their signatures hereon each party acknowledges receipt of a signed
 copy at the time of signing.
 LESSEE HAS RECEIVED A COPY OF THIS LEASE.
 NOTICE: State law establishes rights and obligations for parties to rental agreements. If you have a question about the interpretation or
 legality of a provision of this agreement, you may want to seek assistance from a lawyer or other qualified person in your state. Contact
 your local county real estate board for additional forms that may be required to meet your specific needs.




TENANT                                                                    DATE

                                                                          DATE
TENANT


LANDLORD                                                                  DATE


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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, lessors must disclose the presence of known
lead-based paint and/or
lead-based paint hazards in the dwelling. Lessees must also receive a federally
approved pamphlet on lead
poisoning prevention.

Lessor’s Disclosure

(a) Presence of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards (check (i) or (ii)
below):
(i) ______ Known lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards are present in the
housing
(explain).
(ii) _____ Lessor has no knowledge of lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint
hazards in the
housing.
(b) Records and reports available to the lessor (check (i) or (ii) below):
(i) ______ Lessor has provided the lessee with all available records and reports
pertaining to
lead-based paint and/or lead-based paint hazards in the housing (list documents
below).
(ii) _____ Lessor has no reports or records pertaining to lead-based paint and/or
lead-based
paint hazards in the housing.
Lessee’s Acknowledgment (initial)

         ________ Lessee has received copies of all information listed above.
Initial  ________ Lessee has received the pamphlet Protect Your Family from Lead     in
Your Home.
Agent’s Acknowledgment (initial)

(e)
________ Agent has informed the lessor of the lessor’s 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.

Lessee/Tenant                     Date Landlord                    Date




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                                          CLEANING PROCEDURES

CONSTRUCTION: Whenever used, the singular shall include the plural, the plural, the singular and the use of any gender
shall include all gender.
The term LESSOR shall also be used as the term LANDLORD, and LESSEE shall
also be used as TENANT.

THE LESSOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO RETAIN A PASSKEY TO THE PREMISES AT ALL TIMES.
              CLEANING PROCEDURES AT END OF LEASE.
WHEN THE TENANT VACATES THE PREMISES, TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LEAVING THE PREMISES IN THE SAME
CONDITION AS WHEN THEY SIGNED, ORDINARY WEAR &TEAR EXPECTED, SUBJECT TO HAVING TO CLEAN ANY ITEM
FOUND TO BE UNCLEAN WHEN TENANT MOVED IN FOR WHICH TENANT FAILED TO NOTIFY LANDLORD.


CLEAN THE FOLLOWING:
Clean underneath, alongside and behind the oven/range & refrigerator.
Clean oven, under burners, reflector pans, bottom drawer and outside of stove.
Defrost and clean inside and outside of the refrigerator.
Clean inside & outside of cabinets, counters.
Clean kitchen hood/fan.
Clean out garbage disposal.
Clean inside & outside patio doors. (if any).
Clean and dust air conditioner. (if any)
Wash down all walls & doors.
Clean all ceiling light fixtures.
Clean tub, bathtub enclosure, tile, stool, sink, vanity, linen closet and mirrors.
Clean shower curtain.
Clean inside all closets and shelves.
Wash inside all windows and window sills.
Dust drapes & drapery rods.
Wash linoleum floors kitchen & bathroom.
Vacuum all carpets. CLEANING WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR DEPOSIT.
Clean deck, patio, steps.
Clean entryway.
Clean outside storage unit.
Remove all picture hangers, nails, screws.
THE ENTIRE UNIT MUT BE CLEANED THROUGHOUT BUT NOT LIMITED TO JUST THESE ITEMS LSITED ABOVE.
OTHER_______________________________________________________________________________________

LESSEE HAS READ AND UNDERSTANDS THAT IT IS THEIR RESPONSIBILTY TO DO THE ABOVE ITEMS.

__________________________________________                  ________________
TENANT                                                                Date
__________________________________________                  _________________
TENANT                                                               Date
__________________________________________                  _________________
LANDLORD                                                             Date




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                                    LEASE ADDENDUM ON MOLD
     To minimize the occurrence and growth of mold in and damage to the leased premises, Lessee hereby agrees to the
    following:


1. MOISTURE AACCUMULATION, Tenant shall remove any visible moisture accumulation in or on the leased premises,
    including walls, windows, floors, ceilings, and bathroom fixtures; mop up spills and thoroughly dry effected area as soon
    as possible after occurrences; use exhaust fans in kitchen and bathroom when necessary; and keep climate and moisture
    in the leased premises at reasonable levels.
2. APARTMENT CLEANLINESS. Tenant shall clean and dust the leased premises regularly, and shall keep the Leased Premises,
    particularly kitchen and bath, clean.
3. NOTIFICATION OF MANAGEMENT: Tenant shall promptly notify management in writing of the presence of the following
    conditions:
    A water leak, moisture, standing water or mold growth inside the leased premises.
    A water leak, moisture, standing water or mold growth in any interior common areas.
    Mold growth in or on the leased premises that persist after Lessee has tried several times to remove it with household
    cleaning solutions, such as a combination of Bleach and water, Mold & Mildew Remover. (Please follow safety
    instructions).
    A malfunction in any part of the heating, air-conditioner, or ventilation system in the leased premises.

4. LIABILITY. Tenant shall be liable to Landlord for damages sustained to the leased premises or to Tenant’s person or
     property as a result of Tenant’s failure to comply with the terms of the Addendum.
5. VIOLATION OF ADDENDUM. Violation of the terms of this Addendum shall constitute a breach of your Lease
     Agreement and the Landlord shall be entitled to exercise all of its legal, equitable and contractual rights and remedies it
     possesses against Lessee.
6. ADDENDUM SUPERSEDES LEASE. In case of a conflict between the provisions of this Addendum and any other
     provisions of the Lease, the provisions of this Addendum shall govern. This LEASE ADDENDUM ON MOLD is
     incorporated into the Lease executed between Landlord and Tenant.

      ___________________________________________________________ ___________
     TENANT                                                           DATE

     ____________________________________________________________ ___________
      TENANT                                                          DATE


     ____________________________________________________________ ___________
     LANDLORD                                                         DATE




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                                                  SMOKE DETECTOR ADDENDUM

THIS ADDENDUM TO THIS RENTAL AGREEMENT will become a part of the original lease agreement between Landlord, HILLTOP
MANAGEMENT .
and Tenant.

1. Landlord has no duty to furnish smoke detectors. Lessee agrees to replace the smoke detector(s) if at anytime the existing (if
any) smoke detectors becomes unserviceable and Lessee agrees to test the detectors regularly and replace the batteries when
needed.

Lessee agrees to replace and or all detectors in the event the existing detectors become damaged by you, guests or invitees.

    2.   DISCLAIMER: YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT ONWER OR AGENT IS NOT THE OPERATOR, MANUFACTURER,
         DISTRUBUTOR, RETAILER OR SUPPLIER OF THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S). YOU ASSUME FULL AND COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY
         FOR ALL RISK AND HAZARDS ATRRIBUTABLE TO CONNECTED WITH OR IN ANY WAY RELATED O THE OPERATION,
         MALFUNTION, OR FAILURE OF THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S), REGARDLESS OF WHETEHER SUCH MALFUNCTION OR FAILURE IS
         ATTRIBUTABLE TO CONNECTED WITH, OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE USE, OPERATION MALFUNTION, DISTRIBUTEION.
         REPAIAR, SERVICE OR INSTALLATION OF SAID SMOKE DETECTOTRS.
    3.   NO RESPRESENTATION, WARRANTIES, UNDERTAKING OR PROMISES, WHETHER ORAL OR IMPLIED OR OTHERWISE HAVE
         BEEN MADE BY THEOWNER OR IT’S AGENT OR EMPLOYEES TO YOU REGARDING SAID SMOKE DETECTOR(S), OR THE
         ALLEGED PERFORMANCE OF THE SAME OWNER OR AGENT NEITHER MAKES NOR ADOPTS ANY WARRANTY OF ANY NATURE
         REGARDING SAID SMOKE DETECTOR(S) INCLUDING EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OWNER OR AGENT SHALL NOT BE
         LIABLE FOR DAMAGE, LOSSESS AND OR INJURIES TO PERSON’S OR PROPERTY CAUSED BY; (1) YOUR FAILURE TO
         REGULARLY TEST THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S); (2) YOUR FAILURE TO NOTIFY OWNER OF ANY PROBLEM DEFECT MALFUCTION,
         OR FAILURE OF THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S); (3)THEFT OF THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S) OR ITS SERVICEABLE BATTERY; AND OR (4)
         FALSE ALARMS PRODUCED BY THE SMOKE DETECTOR(S).

    4. Entire Agreement: the parties acknowledge that this written addendum is the entire agreement of the parties relative to
        the smoke detector(s) in the above referenced residence. Any agreement that in any way varies the terms of this
        Addendum shall be unenforceable and completely void unless such agreement is in writing and signed by both parties.

    5.   Term: The term of this Addendum shall be the same term as lease renewal or extension of rental agreement.

    6.   Acknowledgment: I acknowledge I have read this addendum and it places a duty upon me to regularly test the smoke
         detector(s) and replace all malfunctions of the same to the Lessor or agent in writing.

SIGNED _______________________________________________________________ ______________
        TENANT                            TENANT                            DATE




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                                                      HOUSE RULES

It is the desire of management to make each Tenant during their stay on the leased premises comfortable and happy. It is
necessary to have the cooperation of each Tenant so that right of all Tenant‘s may be properly preserved. The Landlord
requires observance of the following rules which are drawn to provide the maximum satisfaction to all:

H.R.1. Tenant MUST NOT USE DOUBLE SIDED STICKY FOAM ON WALLS, DOORS WINDOWS, AND
APPLIANCES TO HANG PHOTOS, WEATHERIZING PLASTIC, OR ANY ITEMS. LESSEE WILL BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXTRA COST TO REMOVE SUCH ITEMS .

H.R 2. Rent must be paid in advance on the day it becomes due—positively no exceptions.

H.R.3. LESSOR is hereby given authority to re-rent the premises immediately upon it becoming vacant. Tenant is
hereby given notice that LESSOR will show the premises to prospective Lessee’s when notice is given to vacate.

H.R.4. Disturbance of neighbors is a violation of the lease agreement IS cause for immediate termination of the tenancy.
Violation, by Tenant, of city ordinances or State Laws regulating premises, shall be deemed sufficient cause for
immediate termination of the tenancy.

H.R.5 Doors of the leased premises must be locked during the absence of Tenant. The Landlord will not be responsible
for articles missing from the premises. Always carry your key. If you lock your keys in your property, or lose them any
attempt made by LESSOR will cost $15.00. New locks will cost Lessee at least $65.00 or more.

H.R.6. The Landlord requires thirty (30) days WRITTEN notice to vacate the premises. If such notice is not given
another month’s rent will be charged. Tenant must give a 30 day notice to vacate IN WRITING.

H.R.7 IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE Tenant TO KEEP THE SMOKE ALARMS INSTALLED IN EACH
APPROPRIATE ROOM AND TO KEEP BATTERIES IN GOOD WORKING ORDER.

H.R.8. Do not put any rags or coarse paper, paper towels, diapers, sanitary items, and soap discards in toilet bowls, as
this will plug up the plumbing and can cause considerable damage to the building/premises.

H.R.9. Tenant will be required to pay for all breakage and all damage done to carpets, shades, window-glass, curtains or
the building/premise in general. Expense or damage caused by stopping of waste pipes, or over-flow from any pluming
fixtures must be paid by Tenant.

H.R.10. No loud music, parties, television, disturbing noises will be allowed, that disrupts neighbors.

H.R.11. Installation of television antenna/satellite shall be done only upon written consent of Landlord.

H.R.12. All complaints or requests must be left at the office of the LESSOR.

H.R.13. Water beds allowed only by written permission of LESSOR.

H.R.14. Children must be supervised at all times in the hallways, playgrounds, parking lots.ANY BICYCLES WILL
NOT BE LEFT ON ANY WALKWAY, SIDEWALK, STAIRWAY, HALLWAY, ETC. ONE WARNING WILL BE
GIVEN TO LESSEE. In the event more that one notice is given the second notice will be cause for eviction. The safety
of all Lessee’s are most important. Lessee can be held liable for any personal items left in any walkways, etc. as noted.

H.R.15 NO PETS ALLOWED ______________;                PETS ALLOWED______________.




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H.R.16. Any unauthorized vehicles, non-operational unregistered vehicles or those not displaying required local or state
decal/licenses are not allowed on the rental premises, even on a temporary basis.
In the event the vehicle(s) is not removed as requested by Tenant a towing service will be instructed to remove the vehicle
at the cost of the Tenant. If you do not wish to have the vehicle towed, or remedy the violation Lessee will be in violation
of the rental agreement and can be cause for termination of the rental agreement.

__________________________________________________________ ______________
LESSEE                                                          DATE

_________________________________________________________ ________________
LESSEE                                                           DATE

___________________________________________________________ ________________
LESSOR                                                           DATE




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