Pest Control Sample Clauses

Pest Control. Renter is advised that Owner may use chemicals at the Facility including around the Rented Space, for pest control. For this reason, no pets are allowed. The only extermination provided by Owner, if at all, is in common areas of the Facility.
Pest Control. A. Whenever a department utilizes a pest control chemical in State owned or managed buildings/grounds, the department will provide at least forty-eight (48) hours notice prior to application of the chemical, unless an infestation occurs which requires immediate action. Notices will be posted in the lobby of the building and will be disseminated to building tenant contacts.
Pest Control. Renter is advised that Owner may use chemicals at the Facility including around the Rented Space, for pest control. For this reason, no pets are allowed. Renter is solely responsible for arranging, setting, and monitoring and disposing of any pest control devices within the Rented Space. Renter is advised to provide, set, maintain, and regularly remove, if necessary, any insect or rodent attraction/repellant/trap devices that Renter deems necessary to protect its Personal Property from loss or damage due to insect or rodent infestations. The only extermination provided by Owner, if at all, is in common areas other than the Rented Space.
Pest Control. Tenant agrees to report any pest issues to Landlord for necessary remediation. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to keep the Dwelling clean; if Tenant consistently lives in an unsanitary environment, Tenant acknowledges and accepts that Landlord is limited in its ability to address the pest situations, and Tenant waives the right to hold Landlord responsible for continual issues. When inhabiting the Dwelling, Tenant agrees to inspect the house for fleas, bedbugs and termites to the best of Tenant's ability. Tenant shall notify Landlord prior to move-in if Tenant has recently lived anywhere that had a bed bug infestation and Landlord may require Tenant to have all furniture or other personal property of Tenant inspected by a pest control specialist prior to move-in at Tenant’s expense. After Tenant has returned the Unit Condition Form, and if Tenant has not made mention of the aforementioned pests, Tenant will be responsible for all costs associated with pest control for the Dwelling. If Landlord confirms the presence or infestation of bed bugs after Tenant vacates the Dwelling, Tenant may be responsible for the cost of cleaning and pest control treatments. If Landlord must move other Neighborhood residents in order to treat adjoining or neighboring dwellings to the Dwelling, Tenant may be liable for payment of any lost rental income and other expenses incurred by Landlord to relocate the neighboring residents and to clean and perform pest control treatments to eradicate infestations in other dwellings.
Pest Control. Landlord provides pest control service if problems with pests arise. Tenant agrees to allow Landlord, without interference, to engage in chemical and mechanical pest control measures within the Premises and the building and grounds wherein the building is located. Landlord makes no guarantee to provide Tenant with alternative housing due to pest control issues as long as the issue is resolved within a reasonable time frame.
Pest Control. UTA, at its expense, shall provide reasonable pest control services for the Premises. Lessee and any Occupant shall be responsible for cooperating with pest control services. Lessee and Occupants may be required to wash, clean, relocate, and/or permanently remove personal property from the Premises to prepare for and comply with pest control treatments. If Lessee fails to prepare the Premises as noted above, Lessee may be financially responsible for related Lease Violation fees. Lessee agrees that Lessee has inspected the Premises prior to move in and is not aware of any signs of bed bugs or any other pest or bed bugs or any other pest infestation or will inspect the Premises within 72 hours after move-in and notify UTA immediately of any bed bugs or any other pest or bed bugs or any other pest infestation. Lessee is required to disclose information about any exposure to bed bugs or any other pest in previous dwellings. Lessee agrees that: (1) Lessee has not previously experienced or been subjected to bed bugs or any other pest in other dwellings and is not aware of bed bugs or any other pest in any furniture, clothing or personal property, or (2) Lessee has previously been exposed to bed bugs or any other pest, but all of Lessee’s personal property has been treated by a licensed pest control professional and is free from further infestation. Lessee is required to fully cooperate with UTA and the pest control services to access the Premises at reasonable times to inspect or treat bed bugs or any other pest if found in the Premises. Lessee must have all furniture and personal property treated by a licensed pest control professional, approved by UTA, at his or her own expense unless agreed to otherwise in writing. Failure to do so is a lease violation and UTA may terminate this Lease and right of occupancy and exercise all rights and remedies under the Lease. Lessee must promptly notify UTA: of any known or suspected bed bugs or any other pest infestation in the Premises or personal property; of any recurring or unexplained bites or skin irritations that may be caused by bed bugs or any other pest in the Premises; and of any discovery that might indicate the presence of bed bugs. Lessee agrees that personal property that cannot be treated or cleaned must be destroyed and disposed of off-site. UTA has the right to have Lessee temporarily vacate the Premises and remove personal possessions in order for UTA to perform pest control treatments. Failure to comply ...
Pest Control. 1. Landlord is not responsible for the presence of pests or insects, which is to include but not limited to skunks, mice/rats, roaches, spiders and/or flying insects, in or about the Premises. If pests or insects are found to be present, Tenant(s) is responsible for the elimination and shall notify Landlord of any insecticide or pesticide applied, in or about the Premises. Tenant(s) is not to leave any open containers of food about the Premises nor shall Tenant(s) leave doors or windows without screens open.
Pest Control. Landlord will be responsible for termite and rodent control. Landlord shall not provide pest control services (which include the removal of ants, cockroaches, spiders and other insects). If the Tenant has a xxxxx infestation after they move in they will be considered the cause of it and charged for the treatments. A pest control company will be sent to the property after the first 6 months of the lease, if an issue is found the tenants will be charged for the treatments.
Pest Control. All Residents are required to assist Brook Avenue in pest control procedures. All Residents’ participation in Brook Avenue’s pest control treatment program is MANDATORY. If the Residents’ Apartment is not ready when Brook Avenue’s pest control vendor is scheduled to treat the Apartment, the Residents may be required to pay for extermination re- treatment (s) or a second exterminator visit fee as additional Rent. Residents are required to comply with all requests by Brook Avenue for readying their Apartment unit for pest control treatments which may include emptying cupboards, removing materials from under sinks or vanities, and other requests. Residents also are required to follow any recommendations or treatment control requests of Brook Avenue’s pest control vendor. Some pests, such as bedbugs, may require Residents to dispose of or professionally clean (at high temperatures or with chemical treatments) personal property and fabrics. Residents are responsible for all costs of treating or removing their personal property, furniture, mattresses, and fabrics needed, in the opinion of Brook Avenue’s pest control vendor, to achieve effective pest control. Brook Avenue will not reimburse or replace personal property that must be treated or eliminated. Failure to follow the requirements of Brook Avenue’s pest control vendor is a breach of this Agreement and constitutes a Default. A Resident’s failure to promptly notify Brook Avenue of pests in the Resident’s Apartment is a serious violation of and Default under this Agreement. Prompt notification to Brook Avenue is necessary to prevent pest infestation and to keep pests from spreading. In the event of a routine inspection that discloses that the Apartment has had an ongoing pest problem that has not been reported by the Residents, this Agreement may be terminated or non-renewed. In ordinary circumstances of pest control, Brook Avenue will pay for the pest control treatment. In circumstances where Brook Avenue’s professional pest control provider determines that the pests have been brought into the apartment by a Resident or Resident’s guests, where the Resident has failed to notify Brook Avenue of a pest problem, or where the unit has been treated in the past and there is a re-infestation or a failure to take all steps required to eliminate the infestation, then Brook Avenue shall be entitled to charge Resident for the cost of the initial service, or repeat service to the apartment, common areas or other units ...