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DUCKS VILLAGE APARTMENTS 3225 Kinsrow Avenue, Eugene OR 97401 Phone: (541) 485-7200 Web: LEASE AGREEMENT 1. RENTAL AGREEMENT : The undersigned individual agrees to lease the following room at Ducks Village: Lessee Name: Chong Zhang 3225 Kinsrow Ave. # TBD, Eugene, OR 97401 Lessee acknowledges and agrees that the apartment will be leased to one, two, three or four residents (as the rental plan may dictate) on a co-rental basis. Double occupancy one bedroom lessees and co-habiting three & four bedroom lessees are jointly and severally responsible for the payment of all rent. In the event of default by one lessee in a double occupancy one bedroom, a co-habiting three or four bedroom, the other lessee(s) shall be responsible for the full payment of rent. Male and female roommates of three and four bedroom apartments must sign a Ducks Village Co-Habitation Agreement. The undersigned may move into his/her assigned room beginning 12 noon on the lease start date listed in Item #23, LEASE TERM AND PAYMENTS . No resident will be allowed occupancy until all amounts due at the time of move in are brought current. Notice in writing and manager's written approval is required of any intention by lessee to move in prior to the lease start date. There are additional rent charges due for early move in. Early move in does not change the lease end date. Lessee’s who sign a lease after the lease start date as listed in Item #23, LEASE TERM AND PAYMENTS , of the contract will have their starting month pro-rated (if applicable). In the event the start date is after the 20 th of the month, Ducks Village requires that the lessee pay the next month’s rent payment in full, if any. The lessee provides such furnishings as bedding, cooking and eating utensils, dishes, etc. The lessee agrees to pay in advance additional rent in the amount of $150.00 each day or portion thereof that they or their belongings are in the apartment after 12 noon on the lease end date. Residents who sign a new contract may elect to pay rent at the new contract rate for the extra days between the contract periods, upon management approval. 2. UTILITIES : Ducks Village will provide water, sewer, garbage, electricity, gas, basic Cable TV and High Speed Internet service to each apartment common area for the term of the lease. Each resident will pay a monthly utility charge as listed in Item #23, LEASE TERM AND PAYMENTS , with their lease payment at the beginning of each month. Resident understands that it is their responsibility to use utilities in a conservative manner. Excessive usage beyond the utility charge may be charged back to residents. Each apartment living room is supplied one working modem and one working TV cable box and can only be removed by management. There will be a charge to the common area of the apartment for any modem (including power supply, Ethernet or coaxial cable) or cable box (including power supply, coaxial cable or remote) damaged or missing from the apartment living room at lease termination.
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