Appliances Sample Clauses

Appliances. The Landlord shall: (check one) ☐ - Provide the following appliances: . ☐ - Not provide any appliances.
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Appliances. No washer, dryer, portable dishwasher or other appliances may be installed in any unit without the written permission of the Landlord. Any costs incurred to remove these items or repair any item in the apartment caused by violation of this provision will be billed to the Resident.
Appliances appliance cords; non-standard wall switches; remote control outlets; extension cords; service entrance conductors; resetting circuit breakers or system controls; knob and tube wiring, aluminum, or non-standard/non-permanent materials; damage or failure due to disconnection or interruption to the main electrical supply; replacement of light bulbs, light fixtures and fittings, fuses, or plugs.
Appliances. The Landlord shall: ☐ - Provide the following appliances in the Premises for the use of the Tenant(s): Any damage to the Landlord's appliances shall be the liability of the Tenant(s), reasonable wear- and-tear excepted, to be billed directly or less the Security Deposit. ☐ - Not provide any appliances on the Premises.
Appliances. 🞎 The Leased Premises shall be provided to Tenant with no appliances. 🞎 The Leased Premises shall be provided to Tenant with the following appliances: . Special provisions, if any:
Appliances. The landlord should describe all appliances on the premises prior to move-in such as microwaves, washer/dryer, etc. Conditions (Additional) – If there are any other items that have not been mentioned then they should be listed lastly and before the signature area. Verbal AgreementsOral agreements are not honored in the court of law. The landlord and tenant should have all negotiated items listed in the contract. Furnishings – If the property was furnished upon the tenant moving-in, all items should be listed such as couches, beds, chairs, desks, musical instruments, and any other valuable items. This is to ensure that upon move-out that the tenant does not vacate with the property of the landlord. Waterbeds – Due to the consequences of liquid-filled furnishings over the years it is recommended that the landlord bar this type of furniture on the premises. Water damage can be very costly, and if enough is leaked, mold can grow quickly underneath carpeting in the right conditions. Governing Law – Leases are governed on a State by State basis. It is always recommended to view the laws in your municipality but most of the requirements and/or disclosures will be required on the State-level. Guests – A maximum number of people that the tenant is allowed to have on the property should be included as to not encourage constant parties or loud neighbors. Maximum Time PeriodThe landlord may also set a maximum time-frame for how long guests may stay on the property. House Rules – Mainly for roommate situations, if there are any house rules such as cleaning times, common areas, quiet times, or any other regulations it should be listed. Insurance (Bond) – The landlord is recommended, and required in some States, to disclose the type and amount of insurance are covered on the tenant’s behalf. Late Charges – Electing to have a late fee is a way landlords try to penalize a tenant for not paying their rent in a timely manner. Some States have limits on how much a landlord may charge but it is always recommended to have a fee. Grace-Period – Some States have a “grace period” allowing the tenant a few days to pay after the rent is due. During such a period, the landlord is not allowed to charge a late fee. Maintenance – In certain situations, such as the renting of a single-family home, the landlord or tenant may be obligated to conduct timely property upkeep such as lawn care, snow plowing/shoveling, etc.
Appliances. The A/C, radio, microwave, television, jacks, etc. are convenience items. If any malfunctions should occur with any of these items, no compensation will be made to you. In case of any malfunction please contact us immediately for assistance and we will do our best to troubleshoot or attempt to have someone come to you for repairs.
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Appliances. The following appliances are in Premises and included in this Lease: Yes Tenant acknowledges that Tenant has inspected these appliances and that the same are in good working order and repair.
Appliances. Any fittings or fixtures, for example water tanks, water heaters, radiators, bathroom fittings, faucets, toilets, baths, shower pans, shower/bath diverters and sinks, pressure reducing valves and backflow prevention devices, pumps or grinders;
Appliances. Landlord will provide the following appliances in the Premises: . Tenant shall not remove the appliances from the Premises without the permission of Landlord. Landlord shall be responsible for any damages and/or repairs needed for the listed appliances so long as the damages and/or repairs are not due to the actions of the Tenant. Tenant plans to provide the following appliances in the Premises: . Tenant is solely responsible for any damages and/or repairs needed for these listed appliances.
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