Residential Lease or Month-to-Month Agreement - California

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2012
4. LATE CHARGE / RETURNED CHECKS: Resident acknowledges that Owner will incur certain administrative cost in connection
with late Rental payment, and that the amount of such administrative cost would be difficult or impracticable to
ascertain. If Resident fails to pay the rent in full by the end of the day after it is due, Resident shall pay a late
charge of $ as additional rent. Owner does not waive the right to insist on payment of rent in full on the day it is
due. In the event Resident’s check is dishonored by the bank, Resident shall pay a returned check charge of $25 as
additional rent. A late charge will be imposed if the returned check causes the rent to be late. Owner may require future
payments to be in a form other than personal check in the event of a returned check.
5. PARKING: (Check A or B)
A. Parking is permitted as follows:
Parking space(s) are to be used for parking properly licensed and operable motor vehicles, except for trailers, boats,
campers, buses or trucks (other than pick-up trucks). Tenant shall parking in assigned space(s) only. Parking space(s)
are to be kept clean. Vehicles leaking oil, gas or other motor vehicle fluids shall not be parked on the Premises.
Mechanical work or storage of inoperable vehicles is not permitted in parking space(s) or elsewhere on the Premises.
B. Parking is not permitted on the Premises.
6. UTILITIES: Tenant agrees to pay for all utilities and services, and the following charges:
Except, , which shall be paid for by Landlord. Tenant shall pay any cost for conversion
from existing utilities service provider.
7. NEIGHBORHOOD CONDITIONS: Resident acknowledges that Owner has made no representation that the property is a
“secure” complex, and that Resident is safe from theft, injury or damage. Gates, fences and locks are provided primarily for
the protection of Owner’s property and are not a warranty of protection nor are they specifically provided for the
protection of Resident or guest’s person or property. Resident shall take appropriate measures to protect their own
property, and report to the Police any suspicious activities, persons or events occurring on or about the general premises.
8. QUIET ENJOYMENT / USE: All residents shall be entitled to quiet enjoyment of the premises. Resident shall not use the
premises in such a way as to violate any law or ordinance, commit waste or nuisance, annoy, disturb, inconvenience, or
interfere with the quiet enjoyment of any other resident, including but not limited to having loud or late parties or playing
loud music. Resident shall ensure that their guests also comply with this provision. Violations constitute a breach of the
Agreement, and Owner may take legal action to terminate the Agreement and remove Resident.
9. JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY (CO-RESIDENT): If more than one Resident enters into this Agreement (“roommates’), the
obligations are joint and several; each such Resident is individually, as well as jointly, liable for full performance of all
agreed terms and payment of all sums required hereunder as long as any one of the Residents remain in possession of the
premises. Any breach or abandonment by any one or more of the Residents shall not terminate the Agreement nor shall it
relieve the remaining Resident from fulfilling the terms of this Agreement. Should one or more of the Residents terminate
their residency apart and separately from other Resident, no right to have another person substituted in their stead shall
exist.
10. MAINTENANCE: Tenant shall properly use, operate and safeguard Premises, including if applicable, any landscaping,
furniture, furnishings and appliances, and all mechanical, electrical, gas and plumbing fixtures, and keep them and the
Premises clean, sanitary and well ventilated. Tenant shall be responsible for checking and maintaining all smoke detectors
and any additional phone lines beyond the one line and jack that Landlord shall provide and maintain. Tenant shall
immediately notify Landlord, in writing, of any problem, malfunction or damage. Tenant shall be charged for all repairs or
replacements caused by Tenant, pets, guests or licensees of Tenant, excluding ordinary wear and tear. Tenant shall be
charged for all damage to Premises as a result of failure to report a problem in a timely manner. Tenant shall be charged for
repair of drain blockages or stoppages, unless caused by defective plumbing parts or tree roots invading sewer lines.
11. PETS: Unless otherwise provided in California Civil Code § 54.2, no animal or pet shall be kept on or about the Premises without
Landlord’s prior written consent, except:
12. ALTERATIONS; REPAIRS: Unless otherwise specified by law, without Landlord’s prior written consent, (i) Tenant shall not
make any repairs, alterations or improvements in or about the Premises including: painting, wallpapering, adding or
changing locks, installing antenna or satellite dish(es), placing signs, displays or exhibits, or using screws, fastening devices,
large nails or adhesive materials; (ii) Landlord shall not be responsible for the costs of alterations or repairs made by
Tenant; (iii) Tenant shall not deduct from Rent the costs of any repairs, alterations or improvements; and (iv) any deduction
made by Tenant shall be considered unpaid Rent.
Tenant Initials ____________
Landlord Initials ___________
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