RULES AND REGULATIONS
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These rules and
regulations are incorporated into and made a part of that certain rental
agreements signed by all tenants, and attached thereto as an addendum. The
policies and rules contained herein may be modified, and new policies and
rules adopted by landlord, and shall become effective on the date they bear,
or thirty days after delivery of a copy of the amendment, or amended rules,
to tenant, whichever is later.
A guest remaining overnight on the premises more than 2
consecutive days (without written notice) shall be conclusively deemed an
unapproved subtenant under the rental agreement.
The tenant cannot use the premises for anything unlawful or
in such manner as to interfere unreasonably with use by another occupant of
the same building or group of buildings.
Tenant is responsible for snow removal and salting of
sidewalk and walkways. The aforementioned must be completed no later than
24 hours after snowing ceases.
Tenant is responsible for all lawn care which includes, but
not limited to, the mowing of both the front yard and backyard and watering
SANITATION AND GARBAGE:
Tenant shall maintain the unit rented to him clean and free
of accumulations of garbage and rubbish at all times.
Garbage and rubbish shall be disposed of in containers
designated for the purpose. Large boxes and containers shall be broken down
so as not to consume too much space in the garbage containers.
Garbage containers shall be kept in designated area and be
moved to the curb no earlier than the night before “trash day” and returned
to designated area no later than the evening of “trash day.”
No hazardous substance may be disposed of in the garbage
containers, but must be disposed of as required by applicable health and
safety regulations and codes.
CONDUCT IN PREMISES AND COMMON AREAS
No clothing, curtains or other items shall be hung from
balconies or out of windows.
No sign, advertisement, or notice to be placed either inside
or outside the building without receiving the manager’s written consent.
There are to be no rummage and/or furniture sales without written permission
No items of furniture shall be placed in common areas except
when actually in use, and in no event shall items be placed in such a way
that they block or in any way impede passage of others.
All furniture must be kept in resident’s unit except when
actually in use elsewhere. If tenant’s unit is rented with a private patio
or balcony, patio furniture may be permanently placed thereon with the prior
written consent of management, provided the same is properly maintained and
does not, in the sole judgment of management, become an eyesore.
Tenant shall refrain from creating or permitting his guests
or invitees to create, any noise or sounds in his rental unit or common
areas which is disturbing to other residents or neighbors during the hours
of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
Tenant shall refrain from playing any musical instrument,
radio, music system, entertainment system, or television set at a volume
which causes disturbance to other residents or neighbors.
Tenant shall refrain, and ensure his guests and invitees
refrain from any conduct which a reasonable person would deem likely to
annoy or disturb other residents, while in the rental unit itself, or the
common areas and parking facilities.
Tenant shall not be permitted to mark or deface any part of
USE OF THE PREMISES AND COMMON AREAS
Tenant is responsible for keeping his rental unit secure.
Except to the extent provided by law, landlord is not responsible for the
illegal acts of others, including burglary and theft.
Tenant shall not permit the premises to be used for any
immoral or unlawful purpose or any purpose that will, in the sole judgment
and discretion of Manager, injure the reputation of the premises or the
building of which the premises are a part of.
During absences by tenant, landlord and his agents will
provide access to no other persons, known to tenant and landlord or not,
unless expressly requested to do so by tenant in writing. This shall not
constitude any undertaking by, or confer any duty upon, landlord or his
agents to provide such access at any particular time.
Tenant shall immediately notify landlord if any door or
window lock or bar in his unit becomes unserviceable.
Tenant shall notify landlord of any extended absences (more
than three days) from the premises.
Tenant shall not use or store gasoline, cleaning solvents,
or other combustible substances in the rental unit, or any parking or
storage spaces provided in the connection with his occupancy of the unit.
Tenant shall not use barbeques, grills, or other outdoor
cooking equipment indoors, or use them outdoors in such a way as to create a
fire hazard or substantial risk of damage to the rental unit or common
No bicycles, play equipment, children’s toys, skateboards,
or other personal belongings shall be left in the common areas unattended.
Tenant shall not be permitted to open windows and storm
windows in the winter in such a fashion to allow heat to escape continuously
for over 15 minutes or in the summer to allow rain to enter.
MAINTENANCE AND ALTERATIONS
Tenant shall notify landlord or the residential property
manager of any necessary repairs to the premises as soon after the discovery
thereof as possible.
Tenant shall immediately report any leaking pipes, faucets,
or continual running of toilet tank.
Tenant shall not make maintenance requests of maintenance
personnel or workmen or contractors to provide other services not
Tenant shall make no modifications or alterations to the
rental unit without the prior written consent of the landlord. Decorations
shall be installed in such a way as not to damage substantially, the walls,
ceiling, floors and carpets (no nails). Window coverings shall be
restricted to curtains, blinds, and window shades. Under no circumstances
shall aluminum or other metal foil, newspapers, or any other such substances
be used as a window covering.
Tenant cannot change locks. Manager must have a key for
each lock in the apartment.
Tenant shall not be permitted to varnish, paint, wallpaper,
or decorate any walls, floor, or woodwork without the written approval of
Costs of clearing plumbing stoppages, or repairing damage to
the rental unit or appliances supplied therewith, which are the result of
negligence or misuse by tenant shall be charged to tenant and be payable
Tenant shall not be permitted to keep cats, dogs, or other
pets in the apartment without receiving the written approval of the
Landlord does not provide insurance coverage. Tenant is
solely responsible for securing such insurance, including insuring the
content of his unit, as he deems prudent.
The manager shall not be responsible for any loss or damage
to the property of the Resident stored in rented premises, garages, parking
areas, lockers, store rooms, out-lots or common areas, or any storage
space. Resident uses this space at his own risk.
PARKING AND VEHICLES
Tenant shall use only his assigned parking space, and use it
for parking only. No vehicle, as that term is defined under state law, may
be parked anywhere but in a designated parking space. Tenant’s guests may
park only off the premises. No disabled or unregistered vehicles or
vehicles with expired registration shall be parked on the premises, nor may
any vehicle be parked in red zones or designated fire lanes. Such vehicles
will be towed to a storage yard at the owner’s expense.
Parking spaces may not be used for storage.
Tenant is not allowed to drive any vehicle on the
grass/sidewalk area for loading or unloading purposes at any time.
No car washing, changing of oil or other vehicle fluids,
installation of oil or other vehicle fluids, or vehicle repairs of any kind
or description shall be conducted on the premises, the common areas, parking
areas, or driveways.