SHARED UTILITIES. If the Premises has a shared electrical or gas meter, the Landlord agrees to share with the Tenant how the charges are separated. If there are shared utilities, the Tenant acknowledges they have received information on how the charges are separated with their signature below on this Agreement.
SHARED UTILITIES. If the Premises has a shared meter for any utility service, how the Tenant’s portion of the charges must be outlined and explained to the Tenant prior to occupancy and in accordance with State law. The Tenant, with their signature below on this Agreement, acknowledges that if there is a shared meter for any utility service, that it has been explained an outlined to them in accordance with State law.
SHARED UTILITIES. If any utility meter is shared by the Tenant and another property or resident, the Landlord has shown the Tenant how it is charged in accordance with § 33-1314.01 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
SHARED UTILITIES. Whether provided by Landlord or provided by Tenant all parties agree to share utility expenses (telephone, movie channels, electric, internet, etc.) incurred by the premises during lease term. It is recommended to have a signed agreement by all Tenants about any services that are provided to the premises that the costs will be shared by Tenants. Tenant agrees to pay any and all installation charges, connection fees, and monthly expenses to Tenant whose name service is in within (7) Seven days of receipt of bills to ensure timely payment of the full monthly xxxx to provider for service. Landlord will not be responsible for determining responsibility for Tenant expenses.
SHARED UTILITIES. If there is a shared utility meter between the tenant and a different property or resident, the tenant has been informed how the charges are accrued in accordance with § 33-1314.01 of the Arizona Revised Statutes. PASS THROUGH TAX FOR BUSINESS: If the pass-through tax for businesses has changed in the location of the property, the landlord may update the lease to reflect that tax by giving at least 30 (thirty) days’ notice to the tenant in line with § 33-1314 of the Arizona Revised Statutes NOTICES: Any notice to be sent by the Landlord or the Tenant to each other shall use the following addresses: Landlord's / Agent's Address: Tenant's Mailing Address: (check one) ☐ - The Premises. ☐ - Other.
SHARED UTILITIES. If gas and electric meters for a particular dwelling are not separate (i.e., the meter does measure solely that particular unit’s services), the landlord must notify the tenant before the tenancy begins (CIV 1940.9).
SHARED UTILITIES. It is acknowledged that the Retained Premises and the Vacated Premises share certain utilities services. On or before the Conversion Date, Landlord shall (at its sole cost and expense) arrange for all such utilities to be separately metered or to be submetered as between the Retained Premises and the Vacated Premises. To the extent that any such utilities services or the costs related thereto cannot practically be so separately metered or submetered, the costs and charges related thereto shall be reimbursed in part by Landlord to Tenant as part of Shared Facilities Costs pursuant to clause (b) of Section 25.26 of this Lease.”
SHARED UTILITIES. In accordance with § 562A.13(4), the landlord must disclose to the tenant if there are shared utility charges and the rate at which the charges and services are calculated and billed.
SHARED UTILITIES. To the extent that utilities are shared between Landlord and Tenant, including lawn irrigation and a water well, the cost or responsibility for those utilities shall be equitable shared by and between Landlord and Tenant based on their respective uses in a fashion mutually agreeable to the parties.
SHARED UTILITIES. If the gas and electricity meters for a particular dwelling are not separate (i.e. the meter measures only the services of that particular unit), the landlord must notify the lessee before starting the rental space (CIV 1940.9).