BY THIS AGREEMENT
made and entered into between
Filomena A. Volpe and Maria R.Volpe
, herein referred to as Landlords, and
herein referred to as Tenant,Landlords lease to Tenant the premises located at
11 Catskill Street, Albany, New York 12203,
term of 1 (one) year,
to commence on
July 1, 2010
at 12:00 a.m. and to end on
June 30, 2011 at 11:59 p.m.
The parties agree as follows:
Tenant agrees to pay in one check, without demand, to Landlords as rent for thedemised premises the sum of
thousand one hundred dollars ($1,100.00)
per month,postmarked no later than the first day of each calendar month beginning
July 1, 2010,
to bepayable to
Filomena A. Volpe
Box 11101, Albany, New York 12211
, or at such other placeas Landlords may designate.
Upon execution of lease, Tenant deposits with Landlords
one thousand one hundred dollars ($1,100.00)
receipt of which is acknowledged by Landlords, to bereturned to Tenant, without interest, provided that the Tenant fulfills the conditions of thislease and upon vacating the premises leave the premises in the same condition as whenfirst occupied except for ordinary wear and tear within sixty (60) days upon expiration of lease. Should Tenant not carry out the terms of this lease, including not moving into thepremises, Landlords may keep all or part of the security deposit for any losses incurred,including missed payments. Security deposit shall not be used for payment of last month'srent.
3. Payment of Rent.
Tenant shall pay a late fee of
thirty five dollars ($35.00)
for eachpayment that is postmarked after the first of the month. Failure to pay rent or additionalrent related fees on time may result in cancellation of the lease. The Tenant must leavethe premises and return the keys to the Landlords. The Tenant will continue to beresponsible for any rent, damages, expenses, and losses.If the lease is cancelled, or rent or other added expenses are not paid on time, or Tenantvacates the premises, the Landlords may in addition to other remedies, take any of thefollowing steps: (1) enter the premises and remove Tenant and any person or property (2)use dispossess, eviction or other lawsuit method to take back the premises.Landlords may re-rent the Premises and anything in it for any Term, for a lower rent, andgive allowances to the new tenants. Tenant will be responsible for Landlords’ cost of re-renting which shall include the cost of repairs, decorations, broker’s fees, attorney’s fees,advertising, and preparation for renting. Tenant shall continue to be responsible for rent,expenses, damages and losses. Any rent received from the re-renting will be applied to thereduction of money Tenant owes. After possession is given to the Landlords by a court, theTenant waives all rights to return to the premises.
Tenant shall be responsible for arranging for and paying for all utility servicesrequired on the premises, including gas, heat, and electric
. Tenant shall pay for water bill directly to Landlords upon receipt of bill.
Tenant shall be charged
thirty five dollars ($35.00)
for each checkthat is returned to Landlords for lack of sufficient funds.
6.Use of Premises/Absences.
The demised premises shall be used and occupied byTenant exclusively as a private single family residence, and neither the premises nor anypart thereof shall be used at any time during the term of this lease by Tenant for thepurpose of carrying on any business, profession, or trade of any kind, or for any purposeother than as a private single family residence. Tenant shall comply with all the sanitarylaws, ordinances, rules, and orders of appropriate governmental authorities affecting thecleanliness, occupancy, and preservation of the demised premises during the term of thislease.
Tenant shall be responsible for snow removal, mowing the lawn and overall maintenance and grooming of the landscaping.
Tenant shall notify Landlordsof any anticipated extended absence from the Premises not later than the first day of the