Smoke Detectors Sample Clauses

Smoke Detectors. At Owner's expense, smoke detectors will be installed on the Property in working condition in accordance with the law prior to the tenant's occupancy. During the occupancy, it shall be the tenant's responsibility to maintain all smoke detectors. Owner will replace smoke detector equipment as needed.
Smoke Detectors. The Unit is equipped with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in accordance with state or local government regulations. You must immediately report smoke-detector malfunctions to us. Neither you nor others may disable smoke detectors. You will be liable to others and us for any loss, damage, or fines from fire, smoke, or water if that condition arises from disabling or damaging the smoke detector or from your failure to replace a dead battery or report malfunctions to us. Safety and Crime Free You or any guest or resident under your control, should not engage in any criminal activity in your unit or community. In case of emergency, fire, accident, smoke or suspected criminal activity, dial 911 or call emergency personnel. You should then contact our representative. Unless otherwise provided by law, we’re not liable to you or any guests or occupants for in ury, damage, or loss to person or property caused by criminal conduct of other persons, including theft, burglary, assault, vandalism, or other crimes. FIRE HAZARD. The Tenant shall not permit any act or thing deemed extra hazardous by Landlord on account of fire, or that will increase the rate of insurance on the Premises. In case the Premises shall be damaged by fire, rain, wind, or other cause beyond the control of the Landlord, unless the same shall occur for any reason for which the Tenant is responsible, then the Premises shall be repaired within a reasonable time at the expense of the Landlord, and in case the damage shall be so extensive as to render the Premises uninhabitable, the rent shall cease until such time as the Premises shall be put in a habitable condition; in case of the total destruction of the Premises by fire or otherwise, the rent shall be paid up to the time of such destruction and from thenceforth this Lease shall cease and come to an end.
Smoke Detectors. 3.5.1 All properties built after June 1992 are required to have mains operated smoke alarms on each floor. Older buildings are also required to have working smoke alarms on each floor of the property although by law these don’t have to be mains operated. We also recommend providing carbon monoxide detectors in any property that is to be let. Carbon monoxide detectors are mandatory in high risk rooms such as those where a solid fuel heating system is installed. Coopers can arrange for these to be installed on request and subject to cost.
Smoke Detectors. The Tenant shall inspect and certify that the Premises has a working smoke detector or detectors within days after taking possession thereof. If such detector(s) are not working the Tenant shall notify the Landlord promptly. The Tenant shall be responsible for keeping all smoke detectors in working order and with working batteries. The Tenant shall not disable or alter such detector(s).
Smoke Detectors. Unit owner will have smoke detectors installed within 15 feet of every sleeping area on the ceiling or wall pursuant to Local Law 63 of 1981 of the City of New York, and Unit owner will install window guards if a child or children 10 years old or under lives or resides in the Unit pursuant to Section 131.15 of the New York City Health Code.
Smoke Detectors. In an effort to discourage the removal of smoke detector batteries, it is agreed that in the event that a smoke detector is found without a battery during the tenancy, a new one will be in- stalled, and Tenant will be charged a fifteen-dollar ($15.00) fee to cover labor. Tenant may, upon presentment at Landlord's office, ex- change a battery with a low charge for a new battery at no cost.
Smoke Detectors. 1. Clean all smoke and/or duct detectors once (1) each calendar year during the first (1st) week of the first (1st) month of each year of the Contract.
Smoke Detectors. Tenant acknowledges and agrees to locate the smoke detectors in the property. Tenant agrees to test the detectors within 5 days of move in. If the detector is battery powered, Tenant agrees to replace the battery as needed. If, after replacing the battery, the smoke detector does not work, Tenant agrees to inform the Landlord/Agent immediately of any malfunction. Upon termination of this tenancy, Landlord/Agent will replace all expired or missing smoke detectors and/or batteries at Tenant’s expense.