1. DURATION


The lease can not be extended without the prior agreement of the owner or the agency, the lessee thus accepting.
The latter declares on his honor that he does not exercise and does not seek to exercise any profession in the rental and that the premises covered by this contract are rented to him only as a temporary residence, major conditions without which this lease would not have been granted.

 

2. PRICE


The lessee who has paid an advance on the rental agrees to take possession of the premises at the disposal set out in the contract and to pay the same day the balance of the rental price whatever may occur, illness, accident or unplanned event. In the event that these conditions are not fulfilled, the agent would be entitled to immediately re-rent the premises covered by this contract.
However, the lessee would remain liable for payment of the balance of the rent. If the premises could be re-rented, only the damage suffered by the owner and the agency commission would remain the responsibility of the defaulting lessee.

 

3. DEPOSIT OF GUARANTEE


The deposit is paid to respond to damage that may be caused to the rented goods and movable or other objects lining the premises rented.
This sum will be refunded within one month, minus the objects replaced, any costs of preparation, additional household and the amount of consumption. If the deposit is insufficient, the lessee agrees to complete the sum. If the rental has the telephone, the deposit will be refunded after receipt of statements.

 

4. OBLIGATIONS OF THE LESSON


The lessee agrees to take the rented premises in the state they will be at the time of entry into enjoyment.
Furniture and movable objects must suffer only from the depreciation resulting from the normal use for which they are intended. Those who, at the end of this agreement, are missing or have been put out of service for reasons other than normal wear and tear, shall be paid or replaced by the lessee with the consent of the owner or his agent. This clause also applies to papers, draperies and the building in general. The rental does not include linen. It will be retained, if necessary:

- the value of broken or cracked objects;

- the price of washing or cleaning carpets, blankets, mattresses, bedding, etc., that have been stained.

The lessee undertakes to use the furniture and objects lining the leased property for the use for which they are intended and in the places where they are located. He formally refrains from transporting them outside the rented premises.

The taker must absolutely refrain from throwing in the washbasin, bathtub, bidet, sink, laundry, wc. etc., objects likely to obstruct the pipes, otherwise it will be liable for the costs incurred for the return to service of these devices.

Under penalty of termination, the lessee may not, under any circumstances, sublet or assign his rights to this agreement without the express consent of the owner or his agent; he will have to live in the rented premises, and will not be able, under any pretext, to store furniture there, except for the linen and small objects.
The premises currently rented must under no circumstances be occupied by a number of people greater than that indicated in the special provisions, unless the prior consent of the agent.
The lessee shall allow the execution of the urgent works required to maintain the leased premises and the common equipment items in the premises.
The lessee will not be able to introduce any animals into the premises currently rented, even temporarily, unless agreed by the agency.
In the case of a lease in a building, lessees will comply, as occupants of the premises, with the by-laws of the building, which they acknowledge having read.
It is expressly forbidden to put clothes on windows and balconies.
In the event that the lessee renews the rental, with or without interruption, the commissions would be due to the agency during the new periods of
rent, in accordance with the firm's fees.
The lessee shall, within three days of taking possession, inform the agency of any anomaly found.

 

5. OBLIGATIONS OF THE LESSOR


The lessor undertakes to provide the lessee with the rented accommodation in accordance with the descriptive statement and to respect the obligations resulting from this agreement.

 

6. INSURANCE


The lessee will be required to insure with an insurance company against the risks of theft, fire, ice scraps and water damage, and more generally for all of its rental risks as well as for the recourse of insurance companies. neighbors, and to justify at all at the first request of the owner or his agent. As a result, the latter disclaim any liability for the recourse.

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