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Tenancy Contract

Tenancy Contract

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Published by: borejack on May 27, 2011
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TENANCY CONTRACT
Binding Both Parties
Date:Property:Landlord:Tenant:Period of Tenancy:Rent:Terms of Payment:
CONDITION MUTUALLY AGREED UPON AS UNDER
1. The tenant undertakes not to transfer the Subject of Tenancy to anyone else under circumstances.2. Renewal of Tenancy is at the discretion of the Landlord. If the Tenant does not renew the Tenancy onExpiry date he will have to pay the Rent as demanded.3. The contract is valid up to the end of the specified period after which Date it is considered null andvoid.4. At the time of Vacating, the Tenant undertakes not to remove anything fixed or nailed on the Wall,such as Electric Wirings, Water Pipes, Sanitary Installations, etc which may cause Damage to the Wall.5. If the Tenant wishes to carry out Repairs or Adjustments to the Subject of Tenancy he has to do it athis own Expense but has to advise and ask Permission of the Landlord.6. If the Tenant act against any of the Conditions made in this Contract the Landlord has the Right toEject the tenant from his premises instantly and the Tenant loses his Rights to the Conditions of thisContract.7. The Tenant undertakes to pay all Taxes levied by the Government on the Subject of Tenancy such asMunicipal or other Governmental Taxes in force now on it the future.8. If the Tenant wishes to vacate the Subject of Tenancy or wants to leave the town, he should officiallyinform the Landlord and obtain his consent. If the Tenant leaves without informing the landlord, theLandlord has the right to open the premises in his capacity as the Legal Owner, and the tenant has noright of Objection of claim in the future.

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