Mold. The OWNER/AGENT has inspected the unit prior to lease and knows of no damp or wet building materials and knows of no mold contamination. Resident agrees to accept full responsibility and maintain the premises in a manner that prevents the occurrence of an infestation of mold in the premises. Resident also agrees to immediately report to the OWNER/AGENT any evidence of water leaks, excessive moisture or lack of proper ventilation and evidence of mold that cannot be removed by cleaning.
Mold. The Resident acknowledges that to avoid mold growth it is important to prevent excessive moisture buildup and agrees to remove visible moisture accumulation as soon as it occurs and immediately report to Owner any evidence of excess moisture or mold or mildew inside the Home. Resident acknowledges receipt of the “Mold Information and Prevention Addendum”, which is fully executed and incorporated herein by reference.
Mold. Whether or not you experience mold growth in the Premises depends largely on how you manage and maintain your Apartment and on your prompt notice to us of mold conditions. We will not be responsible for any injuries or damages to you or any other person relating to mold caused, in whole or in part, by your failure to clean and maintain the Premises as herein required, or to promptly notify us of conditions in need of repair or maintenance. You understand that the Apartment is subject to mold or mildew growth if not properly maintained or if excessive moisture is present. You agree to maintain the Apartment in a manner that prevents excessive moisture and the occurrence of mold or mildew growth in the Apartment. As part of your compliance with this general obligation, you agree to do the following: (a) Keep the Apartment, including without limitation the kitchen and bathroom areas, clean and dry; (b) Remove all moisture accumulation on windows, walls, ceilings, floors and other surfaces as soon as possible and within 24 hours; (c) Use fans in the bathroom and/or open bathroom windows while showering or bathing and after the shower or bath until all moisture on the mirrors, bathroom walls and tile surfaces has dissipated, after taking a shower or bath, all moisture should be wiped off the shower walls and doors, the bathtub and the bathroom floor, hang up all towels and bath mats so they will completely dry; (d) Use reasonable care to prevent outdoor water from penetrating into the interior of the Apartment via windows or otherwise; (e) Use exhaust fans or open windows whenever cooking, dishwashing or cleaning to allow moisture to escape from the Apartment; (f) Take all reasonable measures to control the moisture level in the Apartment; (g) On a routine basis, and at least once per month, visually inspect all areas of the Apartment for mold growth or signs of water damage and wetness; (h) Immediately report to Management orally and in writing any water leaks or water intrusions into the Apartment, or any excess water in or in the vicinity of the Apartment (walls, floor, ceiling, etc.) or in the building, such as plumbing leaks, roof leaks, foundation leaks, drips, sweating pipes, flooding or puddling of water; (i) Immediately report to Management orally and in writing any mold growth you find, identifying the location where found inside the Apartment; and (j) Immediately report to Management orally and in writing any problems you become aware of relating to ...
Mold. Fungi, mold, toxic mold, mycotoxins, microbial volatile, dust mites, mildew, organic compounds and other micro-organisms (collectively, “Mold”) naturally occur in soil, water, plants and air. Mold may be present in varying quantities within any indoor environment, including the Unit and Common Elements, and may be present on the materials used in the Unit. Mold is a known allergen which can cause respiratory problems in some people and aggravate asthma symptoms. According to the EPA, other health effects may be linked to toxic mold, including immune system suppression, acute or chronic liver or central nervous system damage, endocrine effects, and cancer, based on case reports and occupational studies. Purchaser is hereby advised that the Seller is not qualified and has not undertaken to evaluate all aspects of this issue and that Seller has made no representation or warranty, express or implied, concerning the presence or absence of Mold in the Unit or the Project. Purchaser assumes all responsibility for the maintenance of the Unit necessary to keep the Unit free, to the greatest extent possible, from Mold and other indoor environmental contaminants. Purchaser hereby (i) acknowledges that it has read the foregoing disclosure and fully understands its content and (ii) to the fullest extent permitted by law, for itself, its heirs, administrators, executors, successors, and assigns, releases Seller from any and all liability with respect to the matters discussed in this paragraph. hh. Corporations, Partnerships and Associations, and Liability.
Mold. Renter understands that there is a risk of the growth of mold and/or mildew on Renter’s Personal Property in any Rented Space rented. Owner does not warrant the Rented Space to be water-tight or dry. Owner shall not be liable and is hereby released from liability for mold on Renter’s Personal Property from whatever source and no matter how it occurs. Renter shall take whatever steps are necessary, including those listed in this Provision, to protect against and prevent mold on their Personal Property. Mold is a naturally-occurring substance and it is possible to have mold appear or grow on Renter’s Personal Property. To help avoid mold, Owner recommends storing Personal Property off the concrete floor, such as on pallets or shelves (do not attach to the Rented Space), wrapping certain Personal Property in plastic and keeping goods susceptible to mold from touching the walls of the Rented Space. Renter understands that any Personal Property brought into the Rented Space that is damp or wet will likely grow mold or mildew because of its wet or damp condition when brought into the Rented Space even if Owner air conditions the Rented Space. Renter shall periodically inspect the Rented Space and the Personal Property and take any and all actions necessary to protect Renter’s Personal Property from mold/mildew.
Mold. (i) Tenant acknowledges the necessity of adopting and enforcing good housekeeping practices, ventilation and vigilant moisture control within the Premises (particularly in kitchen areas, janitorial closets, bathrooms, in and around water fountains and other plumbing facilities and fixtures, break rooms, in and around outside walls, and in and around HVAC systems and associated drains) for the prevention of mold (such measures, “Mold Prevention Practices”). Tenant will, at its sole cost and expense keep and maintain the Premises in good order and condition in accordance with the Mold Prevention Practices.
Mold. Tenant will use reasonable efforts to maintain the Dwelling Unit in such a condition as to prevent accumulation of moisture and the growth of mold, and to promptly notify Landlord in writing of any moisture accumulation that occurs or of any visible evidence of mold discovered by Tenant. Tenant does hereby release Landlord and Agent from any and all claims or liability to Tenant, Occupants, or Tenant's guests or invitees, and does hereby agree to indemnify and hold Landlord and Agent harmless from and against any and all loss, damage, claim, suit, costs (including reasonable attorneys fees and costs at all tribunal levels) or other liability whatsoever resulting from Tenant's failure to comply with the provisions of this subsection or any other provisions of law.
Mold. Because mold spores are present essentially everywhere and mold can grow in almost any moist location. Tenant acknowledges the necessity of adopting and enforcing good housekeeping practices, ventilation and vigilant moisture control within the Premises (particularly in kitchen areas, janitorial closets, bathrooms, in and around water fountains and other plumbing facilities and fixtures, break rooms, in and around outside walls, and in and around HVAC systems and associated drains) for the prevention of mold (such measures, “Mold Prevention Practices”). Without limiting its obligations. Tenant, at its expense, shall keep and maintain the Premises in good order and condition in accordance with the Mold Prevention Practices and acknowledges that the control of moisture, and prevention of mold within the Premises, are integral to its obligations under this Lease, Without limiting the foregoing, Tenant shall promptly notify Landlord if it observes, suspects, has reason to believe that any Mold Conditions (as defined below) exist at the Premises, or if Tenant receives any notice from a governmental agency of complaints regarding the indoor air quality at the Premises. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Lease, Tenant shall not be responsible for, and upon request. Landlord at its sole cost, shall take all actions necessary to investigate, identify, and remediate any mold to the extent that such remediation is necessitated by any condition arising from Landlord’s failure to perform any repair, replacement or improvement which is Landlord’s obligation to perform under the provisions of this Lease. As used herein, “Mold Conditions” mean, collectively, the presence of mold or any other conditions at the Premises that reasonably could be expected to cause or result from mold or fungus, including observed or suspected instances of water damage, condensation, seepage, leaks or any other water penetration (from any source, internal or external), mold growth, mildew, repeated complaints of respiratory ailments or eye irritation by Tenant’s employees or any other occupants of the Premises.
Mold. Renter understands that there is a risk of the growth of mold and/or mildew on Renter’s Vehicle in the Rented Space. Owner shall not be liable and is hereby released from liability for mold in or on Renter’s Vehicle from whatever source and no matter how it occurs. Renter shall take whatever steps are necessary, including those listed in this Provision, to protect against and prevent mold on their Vehicle. Mold is a naturally-occurring substance and it is possible to have mold appear or grow on Renter’s Vehicle. Renter is advised to keep parts of the Vehicle vulnerable to mold, covered or to use a mold retardant on the parts of the Vehicle which are susceptible.
Mold. Mold is a naturally occurring living organism that, when it has accumulated in a building in sufficient quantities, may present health risks to persons who are exposed to it. Mold has been found in buildings in Colorado at levels that may pose health risks to occupants. Additional information regarding mold and mold testing may be obtained from the applicable county public health department. Purchaser acknowledges that Seller and the Association have not performed any testing or evaluation of, and make no representations or warranties, express or implied, concerning the past, current or future presence or absence of mold in the Residence or in common elements of the Project. The correction or mitigation of any mold shall be the sole responsibility of Purchaser.