Communal Areas Sample Clauses

Communal Areas. 3.9.1 If you live in a block of flats where you do not pay a service charge for Communal cleaning services, you are responsible, together with your Neighbours, for keeping all Communal areas clean and tidy.
Communal Areas. (i) Not to store a bicycle vehicle, pram, pushchair or other item in communal areas and on balconies.
Communal Areas. Where applicable not obstruct any common passageways hallways and staircases nor keep or store or place any item or package or bicycle or pushchair in any communal area of the Property. Nor hang or permit to be hung or exposed any clothes or other articles in any communal or shared garden or upon the exterior of the Property except where expressly permitted by the Landlord or the Landlord's Agent.
Communal Areas. You must keep the communal areas around your home clean, free from obstruction and tidy at all times. We may charge you our reasonable costs for remedial work where this is necessary, for example due to you, members of your household or visitors:
Communal Areas. The University may prevent or restrict access to any part of the Halls of Residence, including Communal Areas, or facility during the Licence Period provided that the University uses reasonable endeavours to provide alternative facilities to those rendered unavailable and to minimise disruption to you.
Communal Areas. 6.1 The communal areas of the property, including fixtures and fittings, include: • General facilities such as toilets, restrooms, seating, etc. • Lifts and escalatorsIndoor plaza and internal customer corridorsLoad bridges and transport corridors and goods lifts • Truck and car weighbridges • Garages and parking spaces.
Communal Areas. If applicable, Student shall use reasonable efforts to maintain and protect communal areas of on-campus housing from damage. Such areas include, without limitation, bathrooms, hallways, lounges, laundry facilities, stairs, elevators, lobbies, kitchens, and storage spaces. Student is responsible for any damage to communal areas caused by Student. If damage occurs within a communal area and the responsible party cannot be determined, all surrounding residents may be held equally liable for such damage in University’s discretion.
Communal Areas. (a) You must co-operate with the Council and your neighbours to keep any communal areas clean and free from obstructions. You must not place rugs, carpets, plants, furniture or rubbish in communal areas.