Military Clause Sample Clauses

Military Clause. State whether or not the tenant may terminate the lease agreement early for activity duty in the US armed forces. Step 14 – Choose the Smoking Option 23. Smoking. Note whether or not the landlord permits or prohibits smoking on the property. Step 15 – Enter Pet Option 24. Pets. Specify whether or not tenants can keep pets on the property. If yes, state the type of pet(s) and the amount of any pet deposit. Step 16 – Choose Inspection Checklist Option 25.
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Military Clause. (check one) ☐ The Tenant may terminate their lease early for active duty. In the event Tenant is, or hereafter becomes, a member of the United States Armed Forces (the “Military”) on extended active duty, and Tenant receives permanent change of station orders to depart from the area where the Premises is located or is relieved from active duty, retires or separates from the Military, or is ordered into Military housing, then Tenant may terminate this Agreement upon giving thirty (30) days written notice to Landlord. Tenant shall also provide to Landlord a copy of the official orders or a letter signed by Tenant’s commanding officer, reflecting the change which warrants termination under this Section. Tenant will pay prorated rent for any days Tenant occupies the dwelling past the first day of the month rent is due. Any security deposit will be promptly returned to Tenant, provided there are no damages to the Premises. ☐ The Tenant may NOT terminate their lease early for active duty.
Military Clause. State whether or not the tenant may terminate the lease agreement early for activity duty in the US armed forces. Step 14 – Choose the Smoking Option 23.
Military Clause. If the Tenant is a member of the Armed Forces of the United States, stationed in the IMMEDIATE area, and shall receive permanent change of station orders out of the IMMEDIATE area, Tenant may, upon presentation of a copy of said orders of transfer to the Landlord, along with thirty (30) days written notice of intent to vacate and payment of all rent to the expiration date of such written notice, and any miscellaneous charges in arrears, terminate this Rental Agreement. Normal enlistment termination or other type discharge from Armed Forces, unless due to conditions beyond the service member’s control, or acceptance of government quarters is not a permanent change of station and is not justification for lease termination. Withholding knowledge of pending transfer or discharge at time of entry into this Rental Agreement voids any consideration or protection offered by this section.
Military Clause. ‌‌ Workers enlisting in or entering the military or naval service of the United States, pursuant to the Selective Service Act of 1948, as amended, shall be granted all rights and privileges provided by the Act.
Military Clause. Section 1. Employees enlisting or entering the armed forces of the United States, pursuant to the Selective Service Act of 1948, as amended, shall be granted all rights and privileges provided by the Act.
Military Clause. The Tenant in this Agreement are NOT members of the military and do not require a military clause. Additionally, Tenant agrees to notify Landlord in advance and in writing, if anyone living on the Premises joins any branch of the military. The Tenant in this Agreement are members of the military and will be released from the Agreement if military orders command them to relocate to an assignment farther than 20 miles from the Premises. Tenant is responsible to provide a copy said orders and submit written 30-days notice, all rents due for that time, plus the repayment of any rental incentives for the current rental term.
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Military Clause. Upon confirmation of entrance into the armed services, a seniority employee will be granted the next annual vacation pay to which he/she would have been entitled had he/she not entered the service, together with any earned vacation not yet taken.
Military Clause. State whether or not the tenant may terminate the lease agreement early for activity duty in the US armed forces.
Military Clause. Employees in service in the uniformed services of the United States, as defined by the provisions of the Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), Title 38, U.S. Code Chapter 43, shall be granted all rights and privileges provided by USERRA and/or other applicable state and federal laws. This shall include continuation of health coverage to the extent required by USERRA, and continuation of pension contributions for the employee’s period of service as provided by USERRA. Employee shall be subject to all obligations contained in USERRA which must be satisfied for the employees to be covered by the statute. In addition to any contribution required under USERRA, the Employer shall continue to pay health & welfare contributions for regular active employees involuntarily called to active duty status from the military reserves or the National Guard for military-related service, excluding civil domestic disturbances or emergencies. Such contributions shall only be paid for a maximum period of eighteen (18) months.
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