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RENTERS WAREHOUSE - ATLANTA


RESIDENTIAL LEASE AGREEMENT

This Residential Lease Agreement (Lease) is made on _________________________________ by and between


_____________________________________________________________________________ (Landlord) and
___________________________________________________________________, individually and collectively
referred to as (Tenant).

In consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements set forth in this Lease, and for other good and valuable
consideration the receipt and sufficiency of which is acknowledged, the Landlord leases to the Tenant together
with all appurtenances, the premises situated at
_____________________________________________________________________________ (the Premises).
If buildings or other facilities are included in this Lease, they shall be listed in an addendum to this Lease. If more
than one individual signs this Lease as a tenant, each is jointly and severally responsible for all money due to
Landlord under this Lease. Landlord and Tenant may each be referred to individually as a Party or collectively
as Parties.

Whereas, Landlord is the fee owner of the Premises.

Whereas, Landlord and Tenant mutually desire for Tenant to lease the Premises upon the terms and conditions
contained herein; and

Whereas, Landlord has engaged RWATL, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company, d/b/a Renters Warehouse -
Atlanta (sometimes referred to as Property Manager or "Renters Warehouse") to serve as the Landlords
designated property management company during the term of this Lease;

Now, therefore, the Parties agree as follows:

1. Term
The term of this Lease shall commence on ________________________ and end on ______________________.
If Tenant takes possession prior to the start date listed herein, the terms of this Lease shall apply from date of
possession. At the expiration of this Lease, the Tenant shall surrender the Premises in the same good condition as
the Premises were in at the commencement of this Lease, reasonable use and wear and tear accepted. The Tenant
shall clean the Premises prior to the surrender.

1.1 Intent to Vacate: Tenant must provide Renters Warehouse as Landlords agent at least (60) sixty
days written notice of its intent to terminate the Lease upon the expiration of the Lease term. Any notice
provided under this Section does not imply permission on behalf of the Landlord or Property Manager to
vacate the Premises early unless approved in writing by Property Manager or Landlord. Failure to provide
notice of intent to terminate the Lease may require Tenant to be responsible for additional Rent charges,
Late Fees and/or damages for any additional costs or expenses incurred by Landlord.

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1.2 Renewal Term: Tenant and Landlord shall have the right to negotiate and agree to any
renewal/extension of the Lease term, upon such Rent terms agreeable to both Parties. Landlord reserves
the right to withhold its consent to or deny any renewal or extension of this Lease that may be requested
by Tenant. If Tenant desires to preserve the right to extend/renew the Lease term for a Renewal Term,
Tenant shall give Landlord notice, pursuant to Notice provision in Section 22, of its intent no later than 60
days prior to the end of the Lease term. Tenant will be liable for a $150 Lease Renewal fee upon
execution of renewal documentation.

2. Rent, Payment Options and Late Fees


The Tenant agrees to pay to the Landlord, without demand, as rent for the leased Premises the sum of
$__________ per month in advance, on or before the second (2nd) day of each calendar month, beginning on
___________________, by any of the payment options listed below. In the event the Tenant takes possession of
the Premises prior to the first day of the month or earlier than the move-in date as contemplated under this Lease,
the rent shall be pro-rated from Tenants taking possession until the end of the month in which Tenant takes
possession. Tenant and Landlord agree upon a pro-rated Rent of $___________ to be paid. Tenant must pay
first full months rent at move in and the pro-rated amount is due the second month of tenancy.
Additionally, if pro-rated rent begins after the 20th of the month, both the pro-rated amount and the next full
months rent is due at move in.

Tenant may use any of the approved payment methods indicated below to pay Rent as required under this Section:

1. Online Payments. Payment through the tenant portal is the preferred method of rent payment. Following
move-in, Tenant will receive link to activate their tenant portal via email. Alternatively, Tenant may
contact Renters Warehouse by phone (404) 662-2322, by email to Renters Warehouse at
ACHATL@Renterswarehouse.com with Tenants name, property address and email address. Renters
Warehouse will then send an email to Tenant to activate the free tenant portal to make Rent payments.
Tenant may also make payments over the Internet at www.renterswarehouse.com/atlanta website under
Tenants tab, Online Rent Payment. In the event a bank transfer is rejected for any reason, Tenant will
be charged a Late Fee (as later defined herein). If payment is denied by the bank for any reason, a fee of
$30.00, or 5% of returned item amount whichever is greater, plus bank fees will be additionally charged
to Tenant and, all future payments may be required in the form of cashiers check, money order or
certified funds. A surcharge of at least $17.00 will be applied to all payments made by Visa, MasterCard,
American Express, and Discover credit card transactions paid through the tenant portal or the website.
(*Renters Warehouse reserves the right to disable portal payments for any reason. Manual entry payment
fee will not apply if Renters Warehouse elected to disable Tenant portal option.)
2. Payment by Mail. ($10.00 fee applied for each manual entry payment submitted) Tenant may mail Rent
payments in the form of a cashiers check or money order only. All cashiers checks and money order
payments should be made payable to: Renters Warehouse - Atlanta and mailed to the following
address: 931 Monroe Drive NE, Suite A102-300, Atlanta, GA 30308. Rent payments must be received
by due date to be considered paid on time. Postmarks do not qualify as indication of receipt. *Landlord
may change where payment is received by providing email notice to Tenant.
3. Renters Warehouse DOES NOT accept personal or business checks as an approved method of Rent
payment. Renters Warehouse may reject payments made by unapproved methods and a late fee assessed
pursuant to Section 2 of this Lease. Renters Warehouses acceptance of a personal or business check as
payment method does not waive its right to reject unapproved payment methods in the future regardless
of whether the Rent payment is made in a timely manner.
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Unless changed by written notice pursuant to the provisions above, all rent payable under this Lease shall be paid
to the Landlord at the above-specified address.

In the event that any payment required to be paid by Tenant hereunder is not made by the end of day
(11:59 pm) on the due date, Tenant shall pay, in addition to such payment or other charges due hereunder,
a "Late Fee" equal to $125.00, or 10% of your rent, whichever is greater. Failure to impose or collect such
Late Fee by Landlord does not mean that Landlord has accepted payment as timely. Any balance not paid in full
by the last day of the calendar month is subject to accrue additional Late Fees. Failure to impose or collect such
Late Fee does not imply that Landlord or Renters Warehouse accepts late payments, nor does it change the date
Rent is due hereunder. In the event any payments or fees are not paid when due, Tenant may be subject to any
and all available legal remedies, including but not limited to eviction, collection, and/or damages. The Tenant will
be charged $25 each occurrence of the Landlord or Property Manager sending a Certified Mail 3 Day Notice.

Acceptance of late fees and the rental payment shall not constitute a waiver of the Property Managers or
Landlords rights or remedies. In the event partial rent payment is made or accepted at any time during or after the
Term, this does not constitute acceptance of a lower Rent amount, but merely is credited as payment towards the
full amount due. Full payment is required despite the Property Managers or Landlords acceptance of any partial
payment and does not imply a waiver of Landlords right to the balance of the Rent due and owing for such
payment(s).

Acceptance of partial payment does not waive the Property Managers or Landlords right to bring or maintain an
eviction action or to impose a Late Fee; in fact, partial payment is deemed as late payment unless full payment is
made by due date. In the event that the rent is not paid on or before the date that the rent is due, the Landlord may
also declare the Tenant in default of the Lease and terminate this Lease and begin eviction proceedings. In that
event, this Lease shall automatically terminate and the Tenants right of possession hereunder shall terminate.
Renters Warehouse is authorized to institute on behalf of Landlord, all legal actions or proceedings for the
enforcement of any Lease term, for the collection or rent or other income for the Premises or for the eviction of
Tenant or other occupants from the Premises. Renters Warehouse is authorized to sign and serve such notices on
behalf of Landlord as Renters Warehouse deems necessary for enforcement of the Lease, and Tenant will accept
each such notice from Renters Warehouse as equivalent to receiving the same notice from Landlord.

In the event that any of the Tenants payments are insufficient or not cashable by Property Manager, Property
Manager may request all payments, including future payments to be made by cashiers check, money order or
certified funds.

Post-dated checks shall not be accepted. Neither Landlord not Property Manager shall be liable for any fees
incurred as a result of insufficient/returned checks, pre-dated checks, or early deposits. Any such fees will be
passed on to the Tenant and constitute part of the rent. In addition, Tenants agrees to pay a NSF fee of $30.00, or
5% of returned item amount, plus bank fees (whether drawn on insufficient funds or for any other reason that may
cause the bank not to process such payment), plus all applicable Late Fees. In the event a non-sufficient payment
is used for Rent, Security Deposit, late fees or other fee/penalty payments, Landlord will require that the only
forms of acceptable future payments from Tenant are money order, cashiers checks and/or pay Rent by credit
card.

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Allocation of Payments: All funds received from Tenant shall first be applied to rent, unless there are
outstanding late fees, NSF fees, administration fees, warrant fees, utility charge backs, maintenance charge backs
and any other fees due under this Lease.

Prohibition against Withholding Rent for Repairs: The Tenant is prohibited from making any
repairs/renovations to the home without the express written consent of Landlord. In the event the Tenant chooses
to make any repairs/maintenance to the Premises, with or without the consent of Landlord, Tenant shall not under
any circumstance deduct the sums of those repairs from any rents or fees due to Landlord.

Tenants Initials: _________________________

3. Security Deposit
(a) Tenant agrees to pay Landlord ($ ) as a Security Deposit for fulfillment of Tenants obligations
under the terms of this Lease. Security Deposit must be paid in certified funds at time of move-in inspection. The
Security Deposit only will be returned without interest within one (1) month after the termination of this Lease, or
the surrender and acceptance of the Premises (whichever is later), unless retained by Landlord for such causes as
provided in this Agreement. (b) Tenant acknowledges and agrees that said Security Deposit may be placed in an
interest bearing account and that Landlord will retain the interest earned on said deposit. The Security Deposit
shall be deposited and held in an Escrow Account with Bank of America, N.A. that may change from time to
time with 45-days written notice to Tenant. (c) This Security Deposit may not be applied by Tenant to rent
under any circumstances. (d) Landlord may use, apply or retain all or part of the Security Deposit to the extent
required for the payment of any sum which Tenant owes to Landlord herein, or for any sum which Landlord (or
the owner) may expend for actual damages arising out of or related to Tenants abandonment of the Premises or
default in respect to any of the terms or provisions of the Lease, (provided that Landlord attempts to mitigate said
actual damages), and including, but not limited to any repair, replacement, cleaning or painting of the Premises
rendered necessary or desirable by reason of the negligence, carelessness, accident or abuse by Tenant or the
invitees, guests, or members of Tenants household beyond ordinary wear and tear, or to pay (or apply against)
any other amounts owed by Tenants to Landlord as permitted by law. (e) The application of the Security Deposit
shall at all times be at the sole discretion of Landlord in accordance with this Lease and Georgia Law. The
appropriation of all or part of this Security Deposit shall not be an exclusive remedy for Landlord, but shall be
cumulative and in addition to all other remedies of Landlord at law or under this Lease. (f) Not withstanding the
above, if there is a bona fide dispute over the Security Deposit, Landlord may, upon notice to all parties having
interest in the security deposit, interplead the funds into a court of competent jurisdiction. Tenant agrees to
indemnify and hold Landlord harmless from and against all claims, suits and damages arising out of or related to
the actions by Landlord of its duties hereunder. (g) All parties hereby agree to indemnify and hold Renters
Warehouse harmless from and against all claims, causes of action, suits and damages arising out of or related to
the performance of Renters Warehouse of its duties hereunder. All parties further covenant and agree not to sue
Renters Warehouse for damages relating to any decision of Renters Warehouse to disburse the Security Deposit
made in accordance with the requirements of this Lease or to interplead the Security Deposit into a court of
competent jurisdiction. (h) In the event property ownership or property management has changed, Landlord (not
Renters Warehouse) shall be solely responsible for the return of the Security Deposit. In this event, Renters
Warehouse shall not be liable for any damages, costs, fees, and/or penalties associated with non-payment, timely
repayment or return of the Security Deposit and Tenant agrees to excuse Renters Warehouse from any such claim
or cause of action upon receiving confirmation from Renters Warehouse of the then-current Landlords name and
address with confirmation that ownership or management has changed and that Renters Warehouse no longer
maintains the Security Deposit. Its Renters Warehouse policy to furnish and ensure that in the event of such
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ownership or management change, any deposit held by Renters Warehouse shall be properly returned to Landlord
or Tenant as may be required by law.

The Landlord may deduct reasonable charges from the security deposit for:
(a) damages to the Property, excluding normal wear and tear;
(b) costs for which Tenant is responsible to clean, deodorize, exterminate, and maintain the Property;
(c) unpaid or accelerated rent;
(d) unpaid late charges;
(e) unpaid utilities;
(f) unpaid pet charges;
(g) replacing unreturned keys, garage door openers, security devices, or other components;
(h) the removal of unauthorized locks or fixtures installed by Tenant;
(i) Landlords cost to access the Property if made inaccessible by Tenant;
(j) missing or burned-out light bulbs and fluorescent tubes (at the same location and of the same type and
quality that are in the Property on the Commencement Date);
(k) packing, removing, and storing abandoned property;
(l) removing abandoned or illegally parked vehicles;
(m) costs of reletting (as defined in Section 14), if Tenant is in default;
(n) attorneys fees, costs of court, costs of service, and other reasonable costs incurred in any legal
proceeding against Tenant;
(o) mailing costs associated with sending notices to Tenant for any violations of this lease; and
(p) any other unpaid charges or fees or other items for which Tenant is responsible under this lease.

If deductions exceed the security deposit, Tenant will pay to Landlord the excess within 10 days after
Landlord makes written demand.

4. Move-In Inspection
Tenant acknowledges he/she will receive of a comprehensive listing of any existing damages to the Premises,
which receipt was prior to the tender of the Security Deposit. Tenant must sign said list, or sign a written dissent
listing damages Tenant claims exists in Premises prior to occupancy. TENANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO
REPORT EVERYTHING ON OR ABOUT THE PROPERTY OR ADJACENT STRUCTURE
REQUIRING REPAIR NO MATTER HOW SLIGHT AT THE TIME OF MOVE-IN. This will establish
the initial condition according to the Tenant. Landlord will not repair any cosmetic or nonfunctional items such
as carpet blemishes, chipped sinks, etc., nor do any painting inside or out or do any other repairs unless
specifically agreed to by Landlord in writing prior to move-in. The Purpose of This Inspection is To
Document the Condition of the Premises Before Tenant Takes Possession, Not To Create a Punch List of
Repairs to be completed. The move-in inspection shall not be viewed by either party as a list of things
promised to be repaired/replaced by Landlord. All non-emergency Tenant-requested repairs must be submitted
online at: http://renterswarehouse.com/atlanta/maintenance-request-form/
**All Tenants are invited to appear for the move-in inspection. If less than all the Tenants appear at
inspection, all Tenants herewith represent to Landlord that any Tenant(s) who appear(s) at inspection is/are
authorized to act for, and on behalf of, all Tenants in conducting the move-in inspection. By the signature(s)
below, Tenant(s) acknowledge that he/she is authorized to conduct the inspection and review the report, and
that he/she is expressly authorized to bind any and all other Tenants who are entitled to occupy the subject
Premises pursuant to this Lease for purposes of the inspection.

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5. Quiet Enjoyment and Use of the Premises


As long as the Tenant pays the rent and complies with the terms of this Lease, the Landlord agrees that the Tenant
may peacefully and quietly hold the Premises for the agreed upon term of this Lease. The Tenant accepts the
Premises AS IS, the Premises meets the Tenants intended use, the Tenant has inspected the property and the
Premises meets the Landlords representations, if any concerning the Premises.

(a) The leased Premises shall be used exclusively as a single-family residence, and no other purpose. The Tenant
shall comply with all laws, rules, regulations, ordinances including but not limited to sanitary laws and rules that
may apply to the Premises. The Tenant shall not permit the leased Premises or any part of it to be used for:

(i) a business, trade or profession, and the Tenant agrees not to place any signs or other structures on the
Premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord;

(ii) the conduct of any offensive, noisy, or dangerous activity that would increase the premiums for
insurance on the leased Premises or otherwise increase Landlords costs. Furthermore the Tenant shall not
store on the Premises any item of a dangerous, inflammable, or explosive character;

(iii) the creation or maintenance of a public nuisance or anything that is against public regulations or rules
of any public authority at any time applicable to the leased Premises; or

(iv) any purpose or in any manner that will obstruct, interfere with, or infringe on the rights of owners of
adjoining property.

(b) The Premises may be occupied only by the Tenant, the Tenants children and the following named occupants:

Any additional persons must be approved by the written consent of the Landlord. Any named occupants under the
age of 18 shall, within 14 days of their 18th birthday, notify Landlord so a background check may be conducted.

Renters insurance (check applicable):


[ ] Tenant currently carries renters insurance:
Company_______________________________
Policy Number __________________________
Expiration Date _________________________
-OR-
[ ] Tenant chooses not to carry renters insurance and has been advised of the consequences and personal
liabilities
-OR-
[ ] Tenant does not have renters insurance at this time but will obtain it at Tenants own cost and responsibility.
Tenant has been advised that neither Property Manager nor Landlord is responsible for damages to personal
property that may occur due to fire, storm, flood, theft, vandalism, act of God, etc. It is advisable, though not
required, that Tenant obtain renters insurance through an insurer of Tenants choice.
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Tenant hereby acknowledges that Landlord has permission to share Tenants credit and rental history with all
appropriate parties involved in the transaction.

(c) NO PETS, ANIMALS, BIRDS, REPTILES, FISH, OR OTHER NONHUMAN LIFE FORMS (PETS) ARE
ALLOWED ON THE PREMISES EXCEPT AS PROVIDED BELOW. The Tenant agrees that no pets of any
kind shall be allowed on the Premises, even temporarily. Failure to comply with this provision is an event of
default and the Landlord may terminate the Lease. Furthermore, the Tenant shall be liable for a $199 pet default
fee, per documented occurrence that any pets or animals are on the Premises. The Tenant shall pay a carpet and
cleaning fee and shall also be liable for any damages that may be done to the property.

Tenant shall be entitled to keep only pets, which have been approved in advance by Landlord. The only pets,
which have been approved by Landlord, are:

However, at such time as Tenant shall actually keep any such animal on the Premises, pets shall not use any
driveway, hardscape, deck, patio, or other persons property as a bathroom. If Tenants pet(s) excretes on any
non-permitted area or location and Tenant fails to immediately clean up as necessary, a penalty of $50.00 per
documented occurrence shall be immediately due and payable by Tenant. All animal waste must be picked up
from Premises weekly to avoid damage to lawn, spreading of diseases, and/or creating an unsanitary home.
Failure to do so will result in a penalty of $50.00 per documented occurrence immediately due and payable by
Tenant. Failure to pay will be considered a material breach of this Lease and Landlord may then elect to deny or
further restrict Tenants authority to maintain any pet on the Premises.

Should Tenant have permission to maintain a pet at the Premises:

(i)Tenant shall pay to Landlord a Non-refundable pet fee, which shall total $___________ for the
privilege of keeping pet(s), described above, during the term of the Lease.

(ii)Tenant shall also pay pet administrative fee of $150 upon execution of the lease and each renewed
anniversary thereafter.

(d) Delays in Occupancy: If the Tenant is not able to occupy the Premises on the commencement date stated
above due to repairs or improvements to the Premises or due to a holdover from a prior tenant, then the
commencement date for this Lease shall automatically be the date that the Tenant actually moves in. Rent will be
pro-rated to reflect the actual move-in date. This provision shall not apply if the Tenant causes the delay. The
Landlord shall not be liable to the Tenant for any delays in occupancy. In the event that the Landlord cannot
deliver possession of the Premises to Tenant upon the commencement of the Lease term, through no fault of
Landlord or its agents, Landlord and its agents shall have no liability under this Lease due to failure to deliver the
Premises. In such event, Rent due shall be reduced on a pro-rated basis with Tenant responsible for payment of
Rent beginning on the date the Premises are made available for delivery. Landlord or its agents shall have thirty
(30) days in which to make Premises available for possession. At such time as Premises become available, Tenant
agrees to accept the Premises and pay Rent as agreed upon in this Lease. In the event the Premises cannot be
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delivered within such time, through no fault of Landlord or its agents, then this Lease and all rights hereunder
shall terminate immediately. Upon expiration of the 30-day period, if the Premises have not been delivered to
Tenant, Landlord and Tenant agree to execute a written Lease Termination Agreement with a full refund of any
Security Deposit or advance payments made by Tenant.

(e) The Parties expressly agree that there are no warranties conveyed with this Lease and the Landlord has
expressly disclaimed all implied warranties of merchantability, of fitness for a particular purpose, or of any other
kind arising out of this Lease. Under no circumstances shall the Landlord be liable for consequential, special or
punitive damages.

(f) No smoking shall be permitted on the Premises unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties in writing. Smoking
inside the Premises is strictly prohibited and is considered to be a material breach of this Lease. Smoking shall
only occur outside the dwelling in a designated area approved in advance by Landlord. All cigarette butts, ashes,
or debris must be cleaned up immediately. Failure to abide by this policy shall result in a $200 fine per
documented occurrence imposed by the Landlord.

(g) Homeowners Associations (a) The Premises may be located in a community that may maintain amenities such
as a clubhouse, golf, pool, tennis, exercise facility, laundry, or similar amenities or provide some utilities services
to the Premises. With respect to such homeowners associations and/or amenities, Landlord makes no
representations as to: (1) whether any association exists; (2) whether the owner is a member and is current with
any applicable dues; (3) whether such amenities are available to a Non-Owner Tenant, including a tenant.
Landlord encourages Tenant to fully investigate the availability of such amenities, and to determine whether such
amenities would be available to a person in a tenancy situation, the cost thereof and any and all other factors
which might be important to Tenant in selecting this Premises. (b) Tenant expressly releases Landlord of and
from any and all duties to investigate such amenities and from any representations regarding such amenities
whatsoever. Tenant expressly acknowledges that Tenant has made such independent inquiry as Tenant so desires
regarding any amenities offered by a community or homeowners association and releases Landlord of and from
any and all liability in connection therewith. (c) If a homeowners association exists, the Premises may be subject
to various rules for the community. Tenant herewith acknowledges that Tenant is responsible for obtaining a copy
of the homeowner or community association rules, which are a matter of public record, reading them and
complying with their terms. Any breach thereof may constitute a default as defined herein. (d) Should notice be
received by Landlord (or owner) regarding a violation of said rules and regulations, Landlord shall notify Tenant
of said violation in writing. Tenant shall immediately pay Landlord $75.00 for initial cost of Landlord
involvement in HOA warnings, violations or assessments. If Tenant fails to correct the violation within ten (10)
days of said notice, Tenant agrees to pay for the cost of Landlord resolving the problem (if it can be resolved), or
Landlord may default the Lease and require the Tenant to vacate the Premises. If the association should fine
Landlord for the actions, inactions, conduct or behavior of Tenant, or Tenants invitees or guests, for failure to
comply with the rules and regulations of the community where Premises is located, Tenant agrees to pay said
fines within ten (10) days of notice by Landlord to Tenant plus a $75.00 fine (per violation) for Landlords
involvement in the event. Failure to pay said fines may result in a breach of this Lease.

6. Utility Charges
Utilities to the Premises including garbage, water and sewer charges, electricity and gas, cable and security
system monthly charges shall be the responsibility of Tenant from the day of Possession until possession has been
fully relinquished. If Tenant fails to transfer utilities into their name by the move in date and Landlord has to
allocate utility charges between owner and Tenant, Tenant agrees to reimburse Landlord for unpaid utility bills
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plus a $15.00 per occurrence utility administrative fee. All applicable utilities must be transferred no later than 72
hours of occupancy.

Tenants Initials: _________________________

7. Indemnity Agreement
The Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold the Landlord, Renters Warehouse, and the property of the Landlord,
including the leased Premises, free and harmless from any claims or assertions of liability of every kind and
nature for injury to or death of any person, including the Tenant, other occupant(s), and guests, employees, or
agents of the Tenant, or for damage to property arising from the use and occupancy of the Premises or any
building of which the Premises are a part, by the Tenant or from the act or omission of any person or persons,
including the Tenant, other occupant(s), and guests, employees, or agents of the Tenant, in or about the leased
Premises with the express or implied consent of the Tenant.

8. Alterations and Improvements


The Tenant shall make no alterations to the buildings on the leased Premises nor construct any buildings or other
improvements on the leased Premises without first having obtained the written consent of the Landlord.

Any and all alterations, changes, and/or improvements built, constructed, or placed on the Premises by Tenant
shall, unless otherwise provided by written agreement between Landlord and Tenant, be and become the property
of Landlord and remain on the Premises at the expiration or earlier termination of this Lease. This includes, but is
not limited to, the installation of any fixtures on the Premises, including but not limited to satellite and/or cable
services, which require bolting, drilling and/or adhering equipment to the Premises or any part thereof. In the
alternative, Landlord may choose to require Tenant to restore Premises to the condition they were in at time of
Lease commencement, prior to Lease termination.

9. Destruction of Premises
Should any buildings or improvements on the leased Premises be damaged or destroyed by fire, the elements, act
of God, or other causes not the fault of the Tenant or any person in or about the leased Premises with the express
or implied consent of the Tenant, they shall be repaired or replaced by the Landlord at the Landlords own cost
and expense, and the rent payable by the Tenant under this Lease shall be abated to the extent the damage or
destruction renders the leased Premises uninhabitable by the Tenant. Provided, however, should the cost of
repairing or restoring any buildings or improvements so damaged or destroyed exceed 25% of the replacement
cost of all buildings and improvements now located on the leased Premises, the Landlord may, at the Landlords
option, either repair and restore the damaged buildings and improvements or cancel this Lease and return any
unearned rent previously paid by the Tenant under this Lease.
The Rent provided for herein shall be pro-rated, with Tenant responsible for the payment of Rent up to such time,
as the Premises are no longer habitable with no rent due until the Premises are made habitable again. Should the
Premises be rendered uninhabitable on a permanent or long-term basis (30 days or more), Landlord shall have the
option of either repairing the Premises or terminating this Lease. In the event that Landlord exercises its right to
repair such uninhabitable portion, the Rent shall be pro-rated in the proportion to the remaining habitable portion
of the Premises. Any damaged part of the Premises shall be restored by Landlord as reasonably practicable, after
which Tenant shall be obligated to pay the entire amount of Rent under Section 2 of this Lease.

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10. Condition of Premises


The Tenant stipulates that the Tenant has examined the leased Premises as well as all buildings and improvements
located on the Premises and they are all, at the date of this Lease, in good order, repair and a safe and clean
condition. Furthermore, by signing this Lease, Tenant acknowledges and agrees to take the Premises AS IS unless
otherwise noted in this Lease.

Upon execution of this Lease, Landlord certifies that all drains, waste pipes and plumbing are clear at the time of
occupancy and any material blocking them after occupancy shall be repaired to Landlords cost unless determined
by repair person that such blockage occurred during the time Tenant controlled the Premises and due to some
fault or negligence of Tenant, specifically excluding blockages caused by roots or backups from the street.

11. Maintenance and Repair of Premises


Landlord is not responsible for cosmetic repairs or improvements. The Leased premises is As-Is. Landlord shall
maintain the Premises in a habitable condition at all times, subject to the responsibilities of Tenant. Landlord
shall keep the Premises in reasonable repair during the term of the Lease, except when disrepair is caused by the
willful, malicious or irresponsible conduct of Tenant.

A comprehensive list of maintenance policies and procedures can be found at the following URL and
is made part of the agreement herein by reference:

http://alturl.com/f6nxg

In the event Landlord performs certain maintenance obligations and/or repairs during the term of this
Lease, any work must be completed within a reasonable time period.
Tenant expressly agrees to be present or provide access to any third party maintenance provider,
pursuant to Section 20 of the Lease.
Should maintenance be done on the Premises which servicing contractor reports was caused by the
abuse or misuse of Tenant or their invitees, Landlord shall provide the invoice for such repair to
Tenant and Tenant agrees to pay such sum (plus a $65.00 administration fee) no later than the first of
the month following notification. Should Tenant fail to pay said sum as stated herein, Tenant may be
deemed to be in default of the terms of this Lease.

Without limiting the generality of the foregoing:


Trampolines, aboveground pools, play sets or structures of ANY kind ARE NOT PERMITTED
without the express, written consent of Landlord.
Intentional and/or willful damage, or gross misconduct, to property is a material breach of this
lease and subject to any and all remedies available under this Agreement, as well as under GA law.
Tenant shall replace HVAC filters every third month of tenancy.
The Tenant agrees to maintain the Premises in as good a state as he/she finds it, reasonable wear and tear
accepted. Good housekeeping is expected of everyone. Tenant agrees to keep Premises in a clean and
sanitary condition and to keep the yard clean, mowed, and free of rubbish and to comply with any
neighborhood covenants, rules or regulations that govern the condition of the Premises.
Unless otherwise provided for in writing by HOA or Landlord, Tenant shall keep the lawn mowed,
shrubs trimmed, trash, land grass clippings picked up on a regular basis. Tenant is also responsible
for leaf removal.

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Tenant shall keep Premises, including yard, lot grounds, house, walkways and driveway clean and free of
rubbish.
Light bulbs, batteries, and filters of any kind are Tenants expense and responsibility.
Tenant agrees not to store any materials on the Premises, of any kind or description that are combustible,
flammable, hazardous, or would increase the risk of a fire and any violation of this paragraph may serve
as a basis for declaring the Tenant in default. Any storage of said materials shall be at the Tenants risk
and Tenant shall indemnify Landlord, and Renters Warehouse for any damages resulting from, and any
loss caused by, said materials. Should Tenant leave hazardous material in or around the Premise at time of
vacating, Landlord shall remove and Tenant agrees to pay said cost of removal.
Tenant shall not obstruct the driveways, sidewalks, courts, entryways, stairs and/or halls, which shall be
used for the purposes of ingress and egress only.
Tenant shall keep all windows, glass, window coverings, doors, locks, and hardware in good, clean order
and repair.
Tenant shall not obstruct or cover the windows or doors other than with blinds or window treatments
installed or approved by Landlord.
Tenant shall not leave windows or doors in an open position during any inclement weather.
Tenant shall not hang any laundry, clothing, sheets, etc. from any window, rail, porch, or balcony, nor air
or dry any of same within any yard area or space.
Tenant shall keep all lavatories, sinks, toilets, disposals, pump systems, and all other water and plumbing
apparatus in good order and repair and shall use same only for the purposes for which they were
constructed. Tenant shall not allow any sweepings, rubbish, sand, rags, ashes, bones, grease, or other
substances to be thrown or deposited therein. Any damage to any such apparatus and the cost of clearing
stopped plumbing resulting from misuse shall be borne by Tenant.
Tenant, Occupants and guests/invitees of Tenant or Occupant shall at all times maintain order in the
Premises and at all places on the Premises, and shall not make or permit any loud or improper nuisance,
noises, or otherwise disturb other residents.
Tenant shall keep all radios, television sets, stereos, etc., turned down to a level of sound that does not
unreasonably annoy or interfere with other residents or neighbors.
Tenant shall deposit all trash, garbage, rubbish or refuse in the locations provided therefore and shall not
allow any trash, garbage, rubbish or refuse to be deposited or permitted to stand on the exterior of any
building or within the common elements (if applicable).
Trash and recycling receptacles shall be removed from the street or driveway on non-collection days.
Be responsible for any damaged or broken glass due to Tenant or Occupant, or their licensees, invitees or
guests, whether arising from willful or negligent conduct. Tenant shall not be responsible for any
damaged or broken glass caused by Landlord, inclement weather or Acts of God.
Leaking pipes, unless caused by negligence of Tenant, are to be repaired by the Landlord within a
reasonable time after notice, but the Landlord shall not be liable for any damages resulting from such
leaks and/or overflows which are caused by Tenants willful or negligent behavior. Alteration of
plumbing, appliances or fixtures is strictly prohibited
No signs, placards or advertising shall be placed on the Premises by Tenant or at Tenants discretion
without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
Non-operative vehicles are not permitted on Premises. Landlord may remove any such non-operative
vehicle, or any vehicle parked on grass, at the expense of Tenant, for storage or public (or private) sale at
Landlords option, and Tenant owning same shall have no right of recourse against Landlord thereafter.

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No auto repairs lasting more than 2 hours may be performed on the Premises nor on any city street
adjacent to the property (note that this may be further limited/restricted by any applicable association
rules or covenants).
Tenant agrees not to park or store a motor home, recreational vehicle, or trailer of any type on the
Premises without prior written consent of Landlord.
Tenant agrees to deice sidewalks and driveways as needed during winter months.

For non-essential or non-mandatory maintenance or service requests by Tenant to Renters Warehouse there will
be a $100.00 maintenance fee or, the service charge by a third party vendor, whichever is greater, per occurrence.
Landlord shall determine if the fee is charged to Tenant. Tenant shall be informed that he or she may be charged
the maintenance deductible prior to the service call. All repairs/requests will be handled and completed within a
reasonable period. All necessary, mandatory, and required repairs shall be excluded from this fee.

12. Pest Control


The Premises is certified by Owner as insect, rodent, and pest free as such at the time of the occupancy. Tenant is
responsible for ongoing insect and pest control during occupancy under the Lease term. Good housekeeping goes
a long way to deterring insects and pests. Tenant is responsible for reporting any suspected rodent or termite
activity immediately upon detection. Tenant may be liable for any pest or insect infestation due to unreported
insect/pest activity during occupancy.

13. Extended Absences


In the event Tenant will be away from the Premises for more than 8 consecutive days, Tenant agrees to notify
Landlord or Property Manager as Landlords agent in writing of such absence. During such absence and only with
prior notice to Tenant, Property Manager and/or Landlord may enter the Premises at times reasonably necessary
to maintain the Premises, inspect for damages, and make needed repairs.

14. Abandonment of Premises


If at any time during the term of this Lease Tenant abandons the Premises or any part thereof, Landlord may, at
Landlords option, obtain possession of the Premises in the manner provided by law, and without becoming liable
to Tenant for damages or for any payment of any kind whatsoever. Landlord may, at Landlord's discretion, as
agent for Tenant, relet the Premises, or any part thereof, for the whole or any part of the then unexpired term, and
may receive and collect all Rent payable by virtue of such reletting, and, at Landlord's option, hold Tenant liable
for any difference between the Rent that would have been payable under this Lease during the balance of the
unexpired term, if this Lease had continued in force, and the net Rent for such period realized by Landlord by
means of such reletting. If Landlord's right of reentry is exercised following abandonment of the Premises by
Tenant, then Landlord shall consider any personal property belonging to Tenant and left on the Premises to also
have been abandoned, in which case Landlord may store and dispose of all such personal property subject to
requirements imposed by Georgia Law.

15. Improvements to Property of the Landlord


All alterations, changes, and improvements built, constructed, or placed on the leased Premises by the Tenant,
other than movable personal property, shall, unless otherwise provided by written agreement between the
Landlord and the Tenant, be the property of the Landlord and remain on the leased premises at the expiration or
sooner termination of this Lease. Nothing contained in this paragraph, however, shall authorize the Tenant to
make or place any such alterations, changes, or improvements on the leased Premises without having first

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obtained the written consent of the Landlord. Per the Georgia Property Code, the Landlord has installed, at the
Landlords expense, smoke detectors and security devices such as window latches and dead bolts. The Tenant
expressly waives the Landlords duty to inspect and repair smoke detectors and security devices.

16. Assignment and Subletting


The Tenant shall not assign this Lease or sublet the leased Premises or any interest in the Premises without first
obtaining the written consent of the Landlord. Consent by the Landlord to one assignment or subletting shall not
be deemed to be consent to any subsequent assignment or subletting. An assignment or subletting without the
written consent of the Landlord, or an assignment or subletting by operation of law, shall be void, and shall, at the
option of the Landlord, terminate this Lease.

17. Default by the Tenant


(a) If Tenant fails to pay rent or any other sum when due, or otherwise fails to abide by and perform any of the
obligations, terms, conditions, or provisions of this Lease, including but not limited to, failure to reimburse
Landlord for any damages, repairs, or costs when due, abandonment of the Premises, or violation of any Rules
and Regulations set forth herein, or the community association rules, each and any such breach shall constitute a
default under this Lease. (b) If such default continues for three (3) calendar days after written notice of default,
Landlord may, at its option, terminate this Lease by written notice to Tenant. (c) Landlord, as Tenants agent, may
enter upon and take possession of the Premises and re-lease the Premises at the best rental price obtainable by
reasonable effort, and for any term, and for any rent, upon such terms as Landlord deems proper. Tenant shall be
liable to Landlord for the deficiency, if any, between Tenants rent hereunder and the rental price so obtained by
Landlord by reoccupying. (d) Any action hereunder by Landlord shall not prejudice any rights of action against
Tenant as provided in this Lease or by law, and Landlord shall not be guilty of trespass or forcible entry as a result
of such entry and repossession of the Premises by Landlord. (e) Should Landlord file a dispossessory action with
the county to enforce payment of rent, outstanding charges or other actions of the Tenant, Tenant agrees to pay
$450.00 to cover the hard costs of that filing plus administrative costs. (f) The Tenant will be charged $25 each
occurrence of the Landlord or Property Manager sending a Certified Mail for any Notice of Default.

18. Subordination of the Lease


This Lease and the Tenants leasehold interest under this Lease, and any extensions, renewals, or modifications of
this Lease, are and shall be subject, subordinate, and inferior to any lien or encumbrance now or hereafter placed
on the leased Premises by the Landlord, to all advances made under any such lien or encumbrance, to the interest
payable on any such lien or encumbrance, and to any and all renewals and extensions of such liens or
encumbrances.

19. Early Termination


(a) Provided Tenant is not in default at the time of giving notice, has strictly complied with all provisions of this
Lease, is current with all rent and fees due to Landlord, Tenant may terminate this Lease before the expiration
date by:
1. Giving Landlord at least sixty (60) days written notice AND,
2. Paying all sums due (rent and fees) through date of termination AND,
3. Paying an amount equal to two months rent at time of giving notice to terminate early AND,
4. Return the Premises in clean and rent ready condition AND,
5. Pay a $250.00 fee to Renters Warehouse as the parties agree the precise amount of advertising costs,
length of vacancy and other factors are impossible to ascertain at the outset and that the sum set forth
in this paragraph is reasonable compensation for breach by Tenant under this paragraph. The

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foregoing shall not relieve Tenant of their responsibilities and obligations regarding any damages to
the Premises.
(b) If Tenant vacates the Premises before the term expiration date, and fails to follow the Early Termination
clause precisely as stated above, this shall constitute abandonment of Premises. Tenant will be in default of their
Lease and damages will include all expenses incurred by the Landlord and/or Renters Warehouse, to get the
property re-rented, (or to the next Lease expiration date) including, but not limited to: lost rent to the day of new
occupancy including any rental concession paybacks, utilities, lawn care during vacancy, any leasing fees and
advertising expenses charged to Owner to re-rent the Premises, as well as any property/physical damages from the
move-out inspection. Landlord will aggressively attempt to re-rent the Premises so as to mitigate damages and
Tenant will be responsible for those exact costs incurred as a result of Tenants abandoning Premises. Aid
expenses will be due even if owner elects to sell the Premises instead of re-renting it.
(c) Landlord may terminate this Lease with ninety (90) days notice.

20. Right of Access, Showing, Locks and Property Visits


(a) Right of Access: Landlords policy is to respect Tenants right of privacy, and right of quite enjoyment of the
Premises, and will attempt to contact Tenant at least 24-hours prior to visiting the Premises. Landlord shall have
the right of access of Premises for inspection and maintenance between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily, except in case of
emergency, as defined at the sole discretion of Landlord. Landlord may enter at any time to protect life or prevent
damage to the Premises. Tenant shall pay fee of $100.00 for each occurrence that Tenant fails to cooperate and
provide Landlord, or its vendors, access to the Premises between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily.
(b) Showing: During the last sixty (60) days of Tenants occupancy, Managements staff, its agents, or any
licensed real estate agent, shall have the right to market the Premises for rent and shall have the unrestricted right
of entry to Premises between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily for the purpose of showing the Premises. Tenant
agrees to use prudent judgment in securing valuables at all times, but especially during the times the Premises
may be for sale or lease, and agrees to hold Landlord harmless for any loss thereof. Should Tenant attempt to limit
or restrict said entry during these stated times, Tenant shall be in default of this Lease and Landlord may retain
Security Deposit as liquidated damages as the parties agree that it would be impossible to accurately estimate
actual damages resulting from such breach and that the Security Deposit is reasonable compensation.
(c) Locks and Alarm System: Security systems or additional locks may be installed on the Premises upon notice
to, and written permission from, Landlord. Upon receipt of written permission, which shall not be unreasonably
withheld, Tenant agrees to use the locksmith that Landlord recommends. Tenant shall provide Landlord with
duplicate keys (security codes) that open any and all locks (security systems) installed on the Premises, and all
such items shall become fixtures of the Premises. Installation of additional locks (security systems) and duplicate
keys will be at the Tenants expense. Should Tenant change the locks (security system) and refuse to provide
Landlord with duplicate keys (system codes) when asked, this will constitute Tenants breach of this Lease.
Tenant will forfeit their Security Deposit and will be responsible for any and all damages proximately caused by
refusal to provide access as agreed. Should Tenant change locks, or refuse to provide Landlord with a key when
asked, Landlord may have the Premises re-keyed (security system re-coded) during Tenants stay, at the Tenants
expense, and Landlord will supply Tenant with a new key.
(d) Premises Visits: Renters Warehouse intends to visit the Premises on a regular basis to stay informed as to its
condition. Tenant agrees to cooperate with this program and agrees to schedule inspections during regular
business hours. If Tenant insists on after-hours visits (evenings, weekends or holidays) Tenant agrees to pay
$125.00 per event. Tenant may be present for said inspections but is not required to be.

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21. Holdover by the Tenant


Should the Tenant remain in possession of the leased Premises with the consent of the Landlord after the
expiration of this Lease, a new tenancy from month to month shall be created between the Landlord and the
Tenant which shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of this Lease but which shall be terminable by sixty
(60) days written notice served by either the Landlord or the Tenant on the other Party to this Lease. Should the
Tenant remain in possession of the leased Premises without the consent of the Landlord after the expiration of this
Lease, then the Tenant shall pay monthly rent in the amount of $__________ for each month after the expiration
of this Lease that the Tenant remain in possession of the Premises. This provision shall not be used to extend the
Lease or allow the Tenant to remain in the property past the expiration date of the Lease.

22. Notices
(a) Generally: All notices given hereunder shall be in writing, legible and signed by the party giving notice. In the
event of a dispute regarding notice, the burden shall be on the party giving notice to prove delivery. The
requirements of this notice paragraph shall apply even prior to this Agreement becoming binding. Notices shall
only be delivered: (1) in person, (2) by courier, overnight delivery service or by certified or registered U.S. mail
(herein collectively Delivery Service); or (3) by Docusign, Dotloop, or other form of electronic document
delivery (herein collectively e-sign delivery) The person delivering or sending the written notice signed by a
party may be someone other than that party.
(b) Delivery of Notice: A notice to a party shall be deemed to have been delivered and received upon the earliest
of the following to occur: (1) actual receipt of the written notice by a party; (2) in the case of delivery by a
Delivery Service, when the written notice is delivered to the address of a party set forth herein (or subsequently
provided by the party following the notices provision herein), provided that a record of delivery is created; (3) in
the case of e-sign delivery, on the date and time the written notice is electronically sent to an email address of a
party herein (or subsequently provided by the party following the notices provision herein). Notice to a party shall
not be effective unless the written notice is sent to an address, facsimile number or email address of the party set
forth herein (or subsequently provided by the party following the notices provision herein).

23. Attorneys Fees


Should any litigation be commenced between the Parties concerning the leased Premises, this Lease, or the rights
and duties of either Party in relation to the Lease or the Premises, the Party prevailing in the litigation shall be
entitled, in addition to such other relief as may be granted, to a reasonable sum for attorneys fees in the litigation.

In addition, if dispossessory action is filed against Tenant for any reason including, but not limited to failure to
pay rent, Tenant shall be liable for a $450 Eviction Filing Fee, plus $250 Administrative Fee, plus any additional
court costs.

24. Termination of Property Management Agreement


Any cancellation, expiration, or other termination of the Property Management Agreement between Landlord and
Renters Warehouse shall not affect the validity of this Lease between Landlord and Tenant or the obligations of
the parties hereunder. Upon termination of the Property Management Agreement, if applicable, Renters
Warehouse shall transfer Tenants security deposit and any pet deposit to Landlord with confirmation of same
sent to Landlord and Tenant in writing, At such point, Renters Warehouse shall have no further obligations or
responsibilities under this Lease, including but not limited to the security deposit, pet deposit, Landlord or Tenant
service requests, or any other service or maintenance obligations. If Tenant had made monthly payments to
Renters Warehouse, Tenant shall no longer make payments to Renters Warehouse. Landlord and Tenant shall
agree upon an acceptable method of rent payment to Landlord directly following cancellation. Cancellation of the
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Property Management Agreement shall not relieve Tenant of any obligations to pay Property Manager for any
costs and fees incurred under this Lease prior to cancellation.

25. Credit/Background Check Authorization


Tenant hereby acknowledges that Renters Warehouse has permission to share Tenants credit and rental history
with all appropriate parties.

26. General and Administrative Provisions


(a) Acceptance: This Lease is not binding until it is executed by all Parties to this Lease.
(b) Amendment or Modification: This Lease represents the entire agreement by and between the Parties except as
otherwise provided in this Lease. It may not be changed, altered, modified or amended except by written
agreement duly executed by all of the Parties hereto. Lease modifications requested by either party shall be
charged at $175.00 per instance.
(c) Paragraph Headings, Use of Pronouns, and Captions: The captions, numbering sequences, titles, paragraph
headings, punctuation, and organization used in this Lease are for convenience only and shall in no way define,
limit or describe the scope or intent of this Lease or any part of it. The paragraph headings used in this Lease are
descriptive only and shall have no legal force or effect whatsoever other than to aid a reasonable interpretation
of the Lease. The titles to each of the various articles and paragraphs are included for convenience or reference
only and shall have no effect on or are deemed as part of the text of this Lease. Use of the neuter or the singular
to refer to the Parties described in this Lease shall be deemed a proper reference whether a Party is an
individual, partnership, limited liability company, corporation, association, trust, a group of two or more
individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies or corporations, or a joint venture. Any grammatical
changes required to make the provisions of this Lease applicable to corporations, limited liability companies,
associations, partnerships, trusts, individuals, or groups of individuals, and changes required to make the
provisions apply to females as well as males shall, in all instances be assumed as though each case were fully
expressed. The Lease may contain the wording he or she or his or her. The use of such expressions shall
allow the Lease to apply to the masculine or feminine gender as the individual circumstances may require. If
any word, phrase, clause, or paragraph, or other provision of this Lease is adjudicated or otherwise found to be
against public policy, void, or unenforceable, then those words or provisions shall be deleted or modified in
keeping with the express intent of the Parties as necessary to render this Lease valid and enforceable. All such
deletions or modifications shall be the minimum required to effect the foregoing and the intent of the Parties to
this Lease.
(d) Understanding and Fair Construction: By execution of this Lease, the Parties acknowledge that they have
read and understood each provision, term and obligation contained in this Lease. This Lease, although drawn
by one Party, shall be construed fairly and reasonably and not more strictly against the drafting Party than the
non-drafting Party.
(e) Further Assurances: Each Party further agrees that it shall take any and all necessary steps and sign and
execute any and all necessary documents or agreements required to implement the terms of the agreement of
the Parties contained in this Lease, and each Party agrees to refrain from taking any action, either expressly or
impliedly, which would have the effect of prohibiting or hindering the performance of the other Party to this
Lease.
(f) No Waiver: The failure or delay of either Party in the enforcement of the rights detailed in this Lease shall not
constitute a waiver of the rights nor shall it be considered as a basis for estoppel either at equity or at law. That
Party may exercise its rights under this Lease despite any delay or failure to enforce those rights at the time the
cause of action or right or obligation arose.

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(g) Parole Evidence, Status of Lease and Prior Understandings: This Lease and the exhibits attached hereto and
incorporated herein, if any, contain the entire Lease of the Parties and there are no representations, inducements,
promises, agreements, arrangements or undertakings, oral or written, between the Parties to this Lease other
than those set forth herein and duly executed in writing. No agreement of any kind shall be binding upon either
Party unless and until the same has been made in writing and duly executed by both Parties. Upon execution of
this Lease by all Parties, all previous agreements, contracts, oral understandings, representations, arrangements,
or undertakings of any kind relative to the matters contained in this Lease are hereby superseded and canceled
and all claims and demands not contained in this Lease are deemed fully completed and satisfied.
(h) Parties Bound Clause: This Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties, their respective
heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives, successors and assigns. The Parties to this Lease
expressly agree that in the event a Party seeks to or does transfer part or all of its assets to a separate entity, not
a party to this Lease, the Party shall be liable under this Lease as if the transfer had not occurred.
(i) Severability: If any provision of this Lease is for any reason held violative of any applicable law,
governmental rule or regulation, or if the provision is held to be unenforceable or unconscionable, then the
invalidity of that specific provision shall not be held to invalidate the remaining provisions of this Lease. All
other provisions and the entirety of this Lease shall remain in full force and effect unless the removal of the
invalid provision destroys the legitimate purposes of this Lease, in which event this Lease shall be canceled and
terminated.
(j) Time Limit: Time is of the essence in this Lease and, accordingly, all time limits shall be strictly construed
and strictly enforced. Failure of one Party to this Lease to meet a deadline imposed hereunder shall be
considered a material and significant breach of this Lease and shall entitle the non breaching Party to any and
all rights of default as stated above.

27. Special Provisions

28. Move-Out/Surrender of Premises


Tenant shall deliver possession of Premises to Landlord in good order and repair upon termination or expiration
of this Lease. Leaving said Premises in a clean and sanitary condition. Said condition includes, but is not limited
to, cleaning of all appliances and removal of all trash, garbage, rubbish and personal property from the Premises
and yard. Tenants delivery of Possession of Premises is dependent upon return of all keys, fobs, remotes
to Premises, mail boxes, amenities, and power garage door openers to Landlord at Renters Warehouse
physical address of: Good Work Loft Offices building located at 695 Pylant Street Suite 223, Atlanta, GA
30306, or at an alternative address provided by Landlord or Property Manager. Renters Warehouse physical
address is a secure office space and appointment is necessary for delivery. Should Tenant fail to return said items
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Tenant agrees to pay the cost of replacing (rekeying) same. Whenever Landlord is entitled to possession of the
Premises under the terms of this Lease, Tenant shall at once surrender Premises to Landlord.

29. Damage Inspection, Post Termination


Within three (3) Business days after the date of termination of occupancy, and surrender of Premises pursuant to
Section 7, or notice of abandonment, Landlord will inspect the Premises and compile a comprehensive list of any
damages done to the Premises during Tenants occupancy which list shall be signed by Landlord. Tenant shall
have the right to inspect Premises within five (5) business days after the termination of Tenants occupancy to
ascertain the accuracy of the list. Landlord and Tenant shall sign the list and this shall be conclusive evidence of
the accuracy of the list. If the Tenant refuses to sign the list, Tenant shall have five (5) business days from the date
the list is presented to the Tenant to state specifically in writing items on the list to which Tenant dissents and to
deliver such list of dissention to Landlord. If Tenant fails to provide such a list of dissention or fails to provide
such a list in a timely fashion pursuant to the time frames contained in this paragraph, the list as compiled by the
Landlord shall be deemed accurate, true and correct and comprehensive by the Tenant. If the Tenant terminates
occupancy without notifying Landlord, Landlord may make said move-out inspection within a reasonable time
after discovering the termination of occupancy. In the event Landlord elects to retain any part of the Security
Deposit, Landlord shall provide Tenant with a written statement setting forth the reasons for the retention of any
portion of the Security Deposit within thirty (30) days of the Move-Out Inspection, and shall include with such
statement any portion to be refunded.

30. Administration Fee


Upon the execution of this agreement, Tenant agrees to pay a Lease Administrative Fee of $125.00.

31. Agency Brokerage and Property Management


1. Agency Disclosure: In this Lease, the term Broker shall mean a licensed Georgia real estate broker or
brokerage firm and, where the context would indicate, the Brokers affiliated licensees and employees. No Broker
in this transaction shall owe any duty to Tenant or Owner/Landlord greater than what is set forth in their
brokerage agreements and the Brokerage Relationships in Real estate Transaction Act, O.C.G.A. 10-6A-1 et. seq;
a. Brokerage: The Broker(s) identified herein have performed valuable brokerage services and are to be
paid a commission pursuant to a separate agreement or agreements. Unless otherwise provided for
herein, the Listing Broker will be paid a commission by the Landlord.
b. Property Management: Broker is the authorized agent of Landlord for the purposes of managing
Premises in accordance to a separate management agreement. If there is an agreement between
Landlord and Broker to manage the Premises; (1) Tenant agrees to communicate with Broker on all
issues related to or arising out of this Agreement; (2) Broker shall have the power and legal authority
to exercise the rights of the Landlord hereunder, (3) Tenant shall pay rent due hereunder in
accordance with Paragraph 3, and (4) subject to the management agreement, Broker shall perform
obligations of Landlord hereunder. The termination of the management agreement shall not terminate
this Lease.

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SIGNATORY CLAUSE

This Lease is signed, accepted and agreed to by all Parties by and through the Parties or their agents or authorized
representatives. All Parties hereby acknowledge that they have read and understood this Lease and the
attachments and exhibits hereto. All Parties further acknowledge that they either have had access to an attorney of
their choice or have been advised to obtain an attorney to review this document, and that they have executed this
legal document voluntarily and of their own free will.

Lease acknowledged and agreed:


LANDLORD : LANDLORD:

Sign: _______________________ Sign: _______________________

Print: _______________________ Print: _______________________

Date: _______________________ Date: ______________________

TENANT : TENANT:

Sign: _______________________ Sign: _______________________

Print: _______________________ Print: _______________________

Date: _______________________ Date: _______________________

TENANT: TENANT:

Sign: _______________________ Sign: _______________________

Print: _______________________ Print: _______________________

Date: _______________________ Date: _______________________

LISTING BROKER: RWATL, LLC d/b/a RENTERS WAREHOUSE ATLANTA

H-65205 Brokerage Firm License Number

Brokers Phone Number: 404-662-2322

By:_____________________________ Date Signed:_________________________

Broker or Brokers Affiliated Licensee

AGENT NAME:__________________ ____________________________________


Listing Agents Georgia Real Estate Number

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