Occupant. Any person who occupies the Subject Property as his or her Primary Residence but who has no ownership interest in the Subject Property.
Occupant. Tenant may use the Property as a private dwelling only. If Tenant fails to occupy and take possession of the Property within five (5) days of the Commencement Date, Tenant will be in default. The only persons Tenant may permit to reside in the Property during the term of this Lease will be (include names of all occupants):
Occupant. For the purposes of this Agreement, occupant(s) refer to the registered Student and all other persons residing in the dwelling unit. Occupancy -- Occupancy is established upon issuance of a key (or encoding of a card) to the Student for a specified room/apartment/unit and does not require actual physical presence by the Student or their possessions. Cancellation -- Before occupancy (see definition above) and prior to 5 p.m. on the first day of classes, the Student may cancel their application for apartment housing by notifying the Auxiliary Services Office in writing. If applicable, the Student may apply to receive a full/partial refund. Term—The term of occupancy for apartment housing shall be the months noted on page one (1) of this agreement noted as “Basic Terms of this Agreement”. Occupancy ends at the conclusion of the Agreement period or when the Student has received written authorization from the Director Auxiliary Services, or their designee, to terminate the Agreement. Termination -- Termination occurs at the end of the term of occupancy or when the relationship between the Student and the University is formally discontinued. Termination is possible after occupancy when approved by the University at the Student’s request (students occupying apartment housing units must give 30 days’ written notice), whereby the Student must receive written authorization from the Director of Auxiliary Services, or a designee, or when initiated by the University for disciplinary reasons or for failure to maintain eligibility. Termination may occur by breach of the Agreement by the Student or by those residing in the dwelling. Eviction -- Upon administrative/disciplinary termination of the license Agreement, the Student is required to vacate the assigned room/apartment/unit. If the Student, and/or others residing in the dwelling unit, does not vacate the assigned room/apartment/unit, the University may take any action it deems appropriate including restricted access to the unit, a lock change and removal of all personal property. The resident remains liable for all fees related to removal and storage of possessions. Eviction carries a financial penalty which can be the full amount of the remaining lease and may result in the denial of future applications for campus housing. Housing deposits will be applied to outstanding balances prior to processing any refunds. Improper Check-out -- The Student fails to follow established procedures for checking out of their unit. ...
Occupant. 1.1 Occupant Name: Occupant Address: Referred to as the “Occupant” in this document.