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Important Clauses on the Lease Contract

As stated previously it is important that the lease contract is studied and read not only through the course of this program but after until it is known completely.

Everything on a lease contract is important but certain clauses are more important than others. 

Below you will find a Summary of the Lease Contract. 

 

Clauses are grouped based on the Topic:

Lease Essentials:

First is the Parties: Here you write all of the occupants above the age of 18 that will be living in the apartment. *Everyone above the age of 18 is considered a leaseholder.* 

  • Remember everyone listed must have had an application. (if an application was not done then the person can no be listed on the lease nor can they live on the property)

Occupants: Here we only list all the occupants that will be living in the apartment below the age of 18.
(The space is only for children, not for adults)

No Adult should be listed on this space

 

Right below both of these spaces there is a clause that explains: 

The premises may not be occupied by more than 4 unrelated persons: two heartbeats per bedroom. Persons not listed above cannot stay overnight without informing the office and without written permission from the office. Resident(s) who violate this rule by having unauthorized occupant(s) in their apartment, will be charged $100.00 per day for each day the unauthorized occupant(s) is in the apartment; and will be subject to immediate eviction. Resident(s) cannot, under any circumstances, give permission for any person(s) not listed above, to occupy the apartment as an occupant(s) and/or as a Resident(s). For and in consideration of the covenants and obligations contained herein and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of what of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows.

 

Clauses

Please read all sections carefully.

In this clause, you will have to put the address of the apartment the tenant is going to be moving into, as well as the address. 

  • As stated before some apartment complexes have many different addresses. It is important that in this clause you write the correct address about the apartment number. 

This clause is important because this is the apartment the tenant is legally signing the lease for. 

*If by any chance the apartment number changes then the lease contract will have to be redone. 

The Start and end date of the lease contract will be written here. As stated before these are the most important dates on the lease contract. 

 

Start Date: 

  • This should be the exact date the tenant is getting the keys. 

End Date: 

  • The end date should be 12 months after the start date but on the last day of that month.

 

These clauses will list all of the utilities that are covered under this lease contract, the details, and their terms. 

 

CLause #105.UTILITIES AND SERVICES

Clause #112. APPLIANCES

Clause #59. CARPET/FLOORING DECISION

Clause #65. VEHICLES

Clause #69. PEST CONTROL

Clause #70. BED BUGS & FLEAS

Clause #76. POOL

These Clauses will list what utilities or amenities are not covered under this lease contract. 

 

Clause #34. INTERNET SERVICE

Clause #23. PROPERTY INSURANCE

Clause #75. Trash: NO TRASH COLLECTION

These Clauses will list what the special is (if any), with their details, terms, and rules. 

 

Clause #113.SPECIAL PROVISION

Clause #6. MOVE-IN SPECIAL:

Clause #5. PET DEPOSIT:

Clause #12. PETS:

Clause #13. PET RESTRICTIONS/RULES

Clause #4. SECURITY DEPOSIT:

Clause #53. MAINTENANCE

Clause #54. EMERGENCY REPAIRS:

Clause #55. AFTER-HOURS REPAIRS:

Clause #56. NON-EMERGENCY REPAIRS:

Clause #60. GARBAGE DISPOSAL:

Clause #62. SPOILED FOOD:

Clause #64. ALTERNATIVE HOUSING:

Clause #72. CRIME OR EMERGENCY

Clause #3. RENT AND CHARGES: Rent is payable in advance on the first day of each month.

Clause #110.ONLINE PAYMENT:

Clause #14. RETURNED PAYMENTS:

Clause #15. APPLICATION OF FUNDS:

Clause #16. LATE PAYMENT:

Clause #17. DEFAULT:

Clause #9. MOVE OUT:

Clause #78. RETURN OF APARTMENT KEYS:

Clause #111. MOVE-OUT CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS:

Clause #2. LEASE CONTRACT TERM: must give written notice to the leasing office at least 90 days

Clause #19. PHONE NUMBERS AND EMAIL ADDRESSES:

Clause #30. BABYSITTING:

Clause #3. RENT AND CHARGES: Resident(s) are not allowed to withhold or offset rent for repairs or any other reason.

Clause #74. GARAGE SALE:

Clause #33. SATELLITE DISHES:

Clause #35. CRIMINAL CONDUCT:

Clause #36. DRUGS

Clause #37. VIOLENCE:

Clause #38. WEAPONS:

Clause #39. NOISE:

Clause #40. ALCOHOL:

Clause #42. WINDOW COVERING:

Clause #43. WATERBED:

Clause #44. SMOKING:

Clause #45. HANGING CLOTHES:

Clause #46. CHILDREN:

Clause #47. LOITERING:

CLause #48. WINDOWS:

CLause # 49. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS:

Clause #50. PROHIBITED CONDUCT:

Clause #61. WASHING MACHINES:

Clause #63. INTERFERING WITH MANAGER OR MAINTENANCE DUTIES:

Clause #68. BICYCLES/MOTORCYCLES:

 

Clause #32. ACCESS BY LANDLORD TO PREMISES:

Clause #41. CURFEW:

Clause #66. TOWING:

Clause #81. VIOLATIONS:

CLause #25. ALTERATION:

Clause #26. OUTSIDE DÉCOR:

Clause #29. LIMITATIONS ON CONDUCT:

Clause #18. RELETTING FEE:

Clause #7. ADMIN FEES:

Clause #86. INDEMNIFICATION:

Clause #87. MEDIATION:

Clause #93. INTERPRETATION:

Clause #104.DEATH OF RESIDENT(S) 

Clause #106.SMOKE DETECTOR

Clause #107. OPEN FLAME COOKING DEVICES / LP-GAS FUELED COOKING DEVICES /BBQ PITS

Clause #108. FIRE EXTINGUISHER:

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