Pests. Resident is responsible for ensuring that all items brought into the residences are free of pests- including clothing, bedding, suitcases, backpacks, packing materials, furniture, and other belongings. In the event the Resident discovers or suspects a pest problem, Resident agrees to immediately seek University assistance by placing a maintenance request (maintenance.housing.berkeley.edu). Resident shall not attempt to treat a problem or arrange for any third-party to perform treatment. If an infestation does occur, Resident must follow the treatment protocol (including preparing room and personal belongings) as instructed by the University. Failure to strictly comply with the prescribed treatment protocol may result in the Resident being liable for the costs associated with the remediation.
Pests. Should the Premises become infested with rodents, vermin or the like on or after 90 days after the Commencement Date, Tenant shall forthwith remedy the same and shall use, at Tenant's cost, such pest extermination contractor as Landlord may direct and at such intervals as Landlord may require as being necessary by reason of the conditions in the Premises.
Pests. Prior to Tenant move-in, the Premises were inspected and determined to be free of any pest infestation. Tenant is responsible for maintaining normal insect and rodent control. A clean house is the best preventative to common household pests, such as spiders, earwigs, and ants. Tenant hereby (given opportunity) certifies that they inspected the Premises at or prior to move-in and did not observe any evidence of any pests, such as rodents, spiders, earwigs, bedbugs, cockroaches, fleas, or ants and hereby stipulates that the Premises is free of any pest infestation. Tenant acknowledges that pests can be introduced to the Premises through their personal possessions, especially rodents, ,cockroaches, bed bugs, and fleas. If Tenant experienced a prior infestation, Tenant shall provide First Rate Property Management, Inc. Landlord documentation that their dwelling and personal property was treated and certified to be pest free prior to move-in. THE TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING PEST CONTROL SUCH AS PEST CONTROL TREATMENTS, TRAPS, OR ANY OTHER REMEDIES TO PREVENT OR RELIEVE ANY POSSIBLE INFESTATIONS, AND WILL BE AT THEIR EXPENSE. RODENTS, Cockroaches, bedbugs, and fleas introduced to the Premises can become an infestation. Tenant must promptly notify Landlord of any known or suspected pest infestations within the Premises as well as any unexpected bites, stings, irritations, or sores believed to be caused by a pest. THE TENANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHARGES ACCRUED FROM PEST CONTROL AND EXTERMINATION IF THE LANDLORD CONFIRMS THE TENANT INTRODUCED THE PESTS, AND CAUSED AN INFESTATION. If Landlord confirms the presence of pests, Tenant agrees to cooperate and coordinate with Landlord and/or Landlord’s pest control agents to treat and eliminate the pests. Tenant agrees to follow all directions from Landlord to clean and treat the Premises. Tenant agrees to remove any personal property that cannot be treated or cleaned. Landlord may have the right to require Tenant to vacate the Premises and remove all personal possessions at Tenant’s expense. Tenant’s failure to cooperate shall be considered to be in default of the Agreement and tenancy may be terminated. Tenant will be responsible for the cost of cleaning and pest control treatments if an infestation is determined DURING TENANCY OR UPON MOVE OUT. If Landlord must move other Tenants out due to the infestation within your dwelling, Tenant may also be responsible for payment of lost rent and other expenses related to...
Pests. Pest or insect issues must be immediately reported to the Landlord. If it is determined that all or part of the Premises requires pest control service for health or public benefit, then Tenant will be notified at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance. If the pest issues are found to be a result of negligence on the part of the Tenant, Tenant will be held liable for the treatment of the premises and treatment of the property where deemed necessary by a professional pest Control Company.
Pests. If the Premises become infested with rodents, vermin or pests, the Tenant will promptly remedy the same at the Tenant’s cost.
Pests. Tenant shall maintain a clean pest-free environment. Landlord provides pest control service and should be notified immediately 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 Premises 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.
Pests. Owner is giving the leased property free of insects, rodents, and pests at move-in. Tenant agrees to pay for a pest control service if needed after the sixtieth (60th) day of initial move-in. In the case of new leases where some occupants from the previous lease have signed a new lease and remained with other new parties, the time period is the (30th) day from the start of the new lease. If tenants suspect bedbugs owner MUST be notified immediately. Bedbug bites will appear on arms, legs or any exposed area as you sleep. Any bed bug issues left unreported by tenants and left to spread throughout the entire building or adjacent buildings will be subject to legal action by the landlord. Tenant must notify owner or owners’ representative at the very first suspicion of bed bugs.