Heavy Items Tenant must not place any unusually heavy objects on the floor such

Heavy items tenant must not place any unusually heavy

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Heavy Items . Tenant must not place any unusually heavy objects on the floor, such as pool tables, waterbeds, etc. No furniture is to be removed from public areas and residential units for purposes other
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18 than relocation or moving out. Removal of furniture for other purposes will be considered disorderly conduct or theft and the person or persons responsible may incur charges for replacement, fines or other disciplinary actions. Trash . All trash and garbage must be placed in sanitary containers in locations designated by Landlord or its agents. Tenant must deposit trash and refuse directly into such trash receptacles or dump sites and not left in the units or in the common areas, hallways or similar places. Tenant must not dispose of hazardous materials of any nature whatsoever in any trash receptacles, dumpsters or similar containers. Landlord has the right to impose reasonable fines for the violation of this provision as well as for any littering by Tenant. Meal Plan. All students residing in a North Campus residence hall must be on the University meal plan as a condition of occupancy. Students with medical issues who cannot meet this requirement may request a meal waiver by contacting the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services or set a meeting with the executive chef to develop a personalized menu for the student based on his/her dietary needs. Vehicles . Washing vehicles and performing mechanical work on the Premises or Common Areas is prohibited unless special areas are designated in Landlord's sole discretion. Parking of racecars, junk cars or storage of any vehicle that is not operable is prohibited. Parking of boats, recreational or commercial vehicles in other than designated parking areas is prohibited. Network Access Policy. Internet and network access is currently provided to the Facility by the University. All rules and regulations issued from time to time and at any time by the University with respect to Internet and network access apply to Tenant's use thereof, including the University’s “ Acceptable Use Policy ”. Utilities . Tenant must keep all utilities to the Unit active. Tenant may not turn utilities off, including upon Tenant’s absence or vacation. Unless Landlord or its agents instructs Tenant otherwise, Tenant must, for 24-hours a day during freezing weather: (a) keep the Premises heated to at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit; (b) keep cabinet and closet doors open; and (c) drip hot and cold water faucets. Tenant is liable for damage to property as a result of the utilities being turned off or because of broken water pipes due to a violation of these requirements. Fire Safety . A. For reasons of fire hazard, the use or possession of the following items is restricted: refrigerators (none over 4 amps permitted), microwave ovens (none larger than 700 watts and 0.65 cubic feet permitted), halogen lamps, and sunlamps, as well as open flames and burning materials.
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr. Art Smith
  • tenant, landlord, Leasehold estate, Rental agreement

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