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Sample Tenancy Agreement

Sample Tenancy Agreement

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********************************************SAMPLE TENANCY AGREEMENT********************************************
is made the ____________________ 
(Company No: 599909-K) of Suite 11-09 HeritageHouse, 33 Jalan Yap Ah Shak, Kuala Lumpur 50300 (“the
”) of the first part
 ____________________________ (Company No: XXXXXX) of No. XX, JalanDoraisamy, Kuala Lumpur 50300 (“the
”) of the other part.
 The Landlord agrees to let the Demised Premises to the Tenant (“the
”)for a term of three (3) years at a monthly rental of Ringgit Malaysia FifteenThousand (RM15,000.00) only, payable in advance clear of all deductions, on thefirst day of each calendar month subject to the agreements and powers implied inthe National Land Code and subject to the stipulations, modifications, terms andconditions hereinafter contained;
as follows:(a) To pay the reserved rent on the days and in the manner aforesaid.(b) To pay before the execution of this Agreement a deposit of Ringgit MalaysiaForty Five Thousand (RM 45,000.00) only (“the
Security Deposit
”) to berefunded to the Tenant upon the expiry of this Tenancy subject to the right of theLandlord to set off the same or deduct therefrom all sums of money to theLandlord due hereunder or requisite to remedy any breach or default on the partof the Tenant and a further deposit of the sum of Ringgit Malaysia FifteenThousand (RM15,000.00) only (“the
Utilities Deposit
”) to cover any liability for all outgoings unpaid at the time of termination of this Tenancy for any reason.The Security Deposit shall not without the previous consent of the Landlord inwriting be deemed to be or treated as payment of the monthly rental for theDemised Premises.(c) To pay and discharge all existing and future charges for the supply of water,electricity, telephone and other utility services and for conservancy payable inrespect of the Demised Premises during the term of this Tenancy hereby createdand for this purpose, the Landlord may utilize the Utilities Deposit to set off thesame or deduct there from all sums of money due to the Landlord hereunder or requisite to remedy any breach or default on the part of the Tenant with anybalance outstanding to be refunded to the Tenant as soon as practicable upon
2the expiry of this Tenancy. The Utilities Deposit shall not without the previousconsent of the Landlord be deemed to be or treated as payment of the monthlyrental for the Demised Premises.(d) Not to make or permit to be made any alterations, renovations or additions in theconstruction or arrangement of the Demised Premises nor to alter the facade of the Demised Premises, nor to erect build or suffer to be erected or built anyadditional structure or building whatever without the previous consent in writing of the Landlord and in furtherance, to submit all design, layout and renovation plansto the Landlord for approval before commencing any works whatsoever.(e) To keep and maintain the Demised Premises and all parts thereof (whether altered, renovated or otherwise pursuant to Clause 2(d) above or kept in itsoriginal state) including all doors, windows, glass, shutters, locks and fasteningsand other fixtures and additions thereto in a tenantable state of repair andconditions throughout the term of this Tenancy and whenever the DewanBandaraya Kuala Lumpur requires it be done, to paint such part of the DemisedPremises as shall be required by it to the extent and in the manner stipulated byit failing which the Landlord may but shall not be obliged to do so carry out therequirement of the Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur and the cost thereof shall bea debt due by the Tenant to the Landlord and the provisions of Clause 2(b)hereof shall apply.(f) In the event of the quit rent, rates and assessments and other outgoings inrespect of the Demised Premises being increased in excess of that payable inthe year 2006, the Tenant shall be liable for such increase and shall pay thesame to the Landlord on demand.(g) To permit the Landlord or its agents with or without workmen and others to enter upon the Demised Premises or any part thereof at all reasonable hours for thepurposes of viewing the condition thereof provided always that the Landlord shallexcept in the case of extreme urgency for the purpose of protecting the safety of the Demised Premises give prior 48 hours written notice of the intention of theLandlord to enter upon the Demised Premises for the aforesaid purpose andthereupon the Landlord may serve upon the Tenant notice in writing specifyingany repairs necessary to be done and for which the Tenant is liable under thestipulations on the Tenant’s part hereinafter contained, and the Tenant shallwithin two (2) weeks after service of such notice proceed diligently with theexecution of such repairs.(h) To obtain at its own cost and expense all licences, consents, approvals,permissions, permits and other certificates and authorities (public or private)necessary for the carrying on of its business at the Demised Premises and tomaintain and keep the same current, valid and subsisting.

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