This amount will be refunded (plus interest) within thirty days following the termination of the tenancy; unpaid rent, charges for damages beyond normal wear and tear, and costs for reasonable cleaning may be deducted.
In Addition It Is Agreed:
1. Tenants shall not lease, sublease, or assign the premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord (but this consent shall not be withheld unreasonably).
2. Landlord may enter the premises at reasonable times for the purposes of inspection, maintenance, or repair, and to show the premises to buyers or prospective tenants. In all instances, except those of emergency or abandonment, the Landlord shall give Tenant reasonable notice (at least one day) prior to such entry.
3. Tenant agrees to occupy the premises and shall keep the same in good condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted, and shall not make any alterations thereon without the written consent of the Landlord.
4. Landlord agrees not to use the premises is such a manner as to disturb the peace and quiet of other tenants in the building. Tenant further agrees not to maintain a public nuisance and not to conduct business or commercial activities on the premises.
5. Tenant shall, upon termination of this Agreement, vacate and return dwelling in the same condition that it was received, less reasonable wear and tear, and other damages beyond the Tenant’s control.
6. In a dispute between the Landlord and Tenant which gives rise to any action in court, the losing party will pay the court costs and reasonable attorney fees of the successful party.
7. Additional Terms:
We, the undersigned, agree to this Rental Agreement:
To add vertical reference lines at the mean (or another location), double-click on the plot to open the Chart Editor, then click Options > X Axis Reference Line . In the Properties window, you can enter a specific location on the x-axis for the vertical line, or you can choose to have the reference line at the mean or median of the sample data (using the sample data). Click Apply to make sure your new line is added to the chart. Here, we have added two reference lines: one at the sample mean (the solid black line), and the other at (the dashed red line).
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