West Virginia Residential Lease Agreement Form

1. With Tenant’s consent
2. In case of emergency
3. When Tenant unreasonably withholds consent.
4. If Tenant is absent from the Premises for a period of at least one-half a Rental
Installment Period. (If the rent is current and Tenant notifies Landlord of an
intended absence, then the Landlord may only enter with Tenant’s consent or for
the protection or preservation of the Premises.)
XI. PROHIBITED ACTS BY LANDLORD
A. - Landlord cannot cause, directly or indirectly, the termination or interruption
of any utility service that serves the Tenant including but not limited to;
refrigeration garbage collection, gas, oil, electricity, lighting (interior and
exterior), or any other service.
B. - Landlord cannot prevent the Tenant from accessing the Premises by any and
all means.
C. – Landlord cannot make any unnecessary repairs to remove; windows, doors,
or any fixtures. Landlord cannot remove Tenant’s personal property from the
Premises unless Tenant has not paid rent; in that case the Landlord may remove
Tenant’s Personal Property and is not responsible for storage or disposition.
XII. DEFAULT
A. TENANT’S DEFAULT – Tenant shall be in default if the following occurs
during the term of the Lease Agreement:
1. Tenant fails to pay rent when it is due and the default continues for 3
business days (business days are defined as Monday through Friday except
federal holidays) after written notice of failure to pay rent or possession of
the Premises.
2. If there is an intentional act that causes severe destruction, damage, or
misuse of Property, then Landlord has the authority to evict the Tenant
immediately for unreasonable disturbance.
3. If Tenant fails to perform any of the stated terms of the Lease Agreement
and fails to comply after seven (7) days of receiving notice.
B. LANDLORD’S DEFAULT – If Landlord does not comply with Tenant’s
maintenance obligations within seven (7) days of written notice of Landlord’s
default of obligation to repair, fix, or maintain the Premises, the Lease
Agreement may be altered;
C. WAIVER – If Landlord accepts rent knowing of Tenant’s default or accepts
performance by Tenant of any part of the Lease Agreement, or, Tenant
accepts performance by Landlord knowing of Landlord default and pays rent,
then the party accepting performance shall not have the right under this Lease
Agreement to make a claim or terminate Lease Agreement. This does not limit
the rights of any party to enforce later default.
1. Tenant will not be liable for rent if the Landlord’s failure to comply makes
the Premises uninhabitable.
2. If the Landlord’s failure to comply makes the Premises habitable but not
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