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Tenancy Agreement – Draft To Be Modified

This Tenancy Agreement (the ‘Agreement’), made in duplicate and entered into this _____ (xxxxxxxxx) day of _____________, ________.

THIS AGREEMENT IS MADE PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE SHORT FORM OF LEASES ACT AND THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT, S.O. 2006 (the ‘RTA’ or the ‘ACT”).

BETWEEN:

Landlord Name: _______________________________________________

Address for service: _______________________________________________ of any notices required

(hereinafter referred to as the "Landlord")

- and -

Tenant Name(s): ______________________________________________

Tenant Name(s): ______________________________________________

Tenant Name(s): ______________________________________________

(hereinafter referred to as the "Tenant(s)")

00. LEASED PREMISES

01. In consideration of the rents, covenants and obligations stipulated herein, the Landlord and the Tenant(s) have agreed to enter into a Tenancy Agreement (the ‘Lease Agreement’ or ‘Agreement’) for use and occupation of this residential unit for the Leased Premises municipally know as Apartment number ______ at _________________________________ in the City of _____________, Province of Ontario, consisting of _____ bedroom(s) hereinafter referred to as "the Leased Premises".

02. If the Landlord is unable to give possession of the Rental Unit on the date the Tenant is entitled to have possession, the Landlord shall not be subject to any liability for failure to give possession and shall give possession as soon as they are able to do so. The rent shall abate until the Landlord provides possession of the Rental Unit to the Tenant. The Landlord’s failure to grant possession on the date set out above shall not in any way affect the validity of this Agreement, and the Tenant’s obligations or in any way be construed to extend the term of this Agreement.

03. This Tenancy Agreement shall be governed by the provisions of the Residential Tenancies Act, (the “RTA”) or any successor legislation to that Act, and any other governing law.

04. The Leased Premises includes the rental unit as described above, and in addition to the Rental Unit the Tenant shall have the use of common areas and facilities on a shared basis only as described and subject to any restrictions in the Rules as set out herein, and the provisions of the Act.

05. The property shall be occupied by the Tenant(s) for the purposes of residential occupation only. No business other than that requiring a simple home office shall be operated out of the residential unit. The existing garage on the property does not form part of the “Leased Premises” unless otherwise set out herein. If the predominant use by the Tenant(s) is other than as a residential tenancy, then the Residential Tenancies Act (the ‘Act’) does not apply.

00. LEASE TERM

01. The Tenant(s) is herein granted the right to occupy the Leased Premises for and during the term of (____) year(s) (____) months beginning the first day of ______________, _______ and ending the _____ day of ______________, _______.

02. Notwithstanding section 2.01, the Tenant(s) shall have no right to occupy the Rental Unit until such time as the rent for the first rental period, along with any last month’s rent deposit as may be set out in this agreement, have been paid to the Landlord by guaranteed funds. Failure by the Tenant to pay the Landlord these sums prior to the commencement of the tenancy shall, at the Landlord’s sole and exclusive option, make this entire agreement null and void, negating any rights of occupancy that the Tenant(s) would otherwise have had, and the Landlord will retain the right to bring an action for any and all damages which may be allowed in law in any Court of competent jurisdiction.

03. Notwithstanding section 2.01, the Tenant(s) shall have no right to occupy the Rental Unit until such time as the responsibility for payment of utilities for which the Tenant(s) is obligated to pay under this Agreement have been transferred directly to the Tenant’s name. Failure by the Tenant to transfer and accept responsibility as set out in this Agreement prior to the commencement of the tenancy shall, at the Landlord’s sole and exclusive option, make this entire agreement null and void, negating any rights of occupancy that the Tenant(s) would otherwise have had, and the Landlord will retain the right to bring an action for any and all damages which may be allowed in law in any Court of competent jurisdiction.

04. At the expiration of any Lease Term provided for in this Agreement, the tenancy shall continue on as a monthly periodic tenancy in accordance with the Act unless earlier terminated or renewed by agreement.

00. RENT, RENT DISCOUNTS

01. The Tenant(s) shall pay to the Landlord during the first year of the Tenancy hereby granted, due on the first day of each and every calendar month without any deduction, defalcation or abatement whatsoever payable as follows:

02. the sum of [Monthly Lease Amount in words] Dollars $__________ per month as rent, plus

03. the sum of $__________ per month for parking for (____) parking spot (Indoor or Outdoor) for a total monthly rent of $ ___________. The parking spot number assigned to the Tenant is # __________.

04. The tenant may take a discount of 2% per month for rental payment made in full that are paid to and received by the landlord on or before the first day of any associated rental period, subject to any other restrictions as may be set out herein, and that discounted rent amount shall be $ _______________ including parking if any.

05. In addition to the charges set out above, the Tenant(s) shall also be required to pay any other sums set out and agreed to in this Agreement that is a permitted charge including but not limited to an additional charge for additional utilities consumed if the Tenant(s) installs an air conditioner, the additional charge for which is set out in section 6 below.

06. If the Tenant vacates the rental unit prior to the end of the initial lease term without compensating the landlord for any amounts owing arising out of that entire initial lease term, then any rent discounts set out in the tenancy agreement, whether they are discounts for prompt payment or other discounts to the monthly rent or waivers of rent payments for any rental period, all such discounts to be in accordance with the Act, shall be deemed to be null and void and any discounts already taken during that initial term shall become arrears of rent and payable to the landlord immediately.

07. For the convenience of the Tenant(s), the Tenant(s) have agreed to offer and the Landlord has agreed to accept a series of ten (10) post-dated cheques on or before February 1st, 2009, which if honoured at presentation time, shall satisfy the Tenants’ obligation to pay rent for the period commencing ___________________.

08. If no post-dated cheques have been provided or if they have all been exhausted, then all rent cheques are to be made payable to the Landlord in the following name: Sample Landlord. All payments of rent or other charges and any service of documents must be delivered to 132 Cherry Lane Unit #3, Toronto M4E 3G6. Rent paid by anyone other than a Tenant named herein shall be deemed to have been made on behalf of the Tenant and specifically does not constitute the creation of a Landlord and Tenant relationship between the Landlord and that person..

09. The Landlord and the Tenant(s) agree that the rent for the Leased Premises and any other services or facilities will not be raised more often than once every 12 months, and that any increase shall be in accordance with the Act and the Provincial Guideline or in accordance with an order of the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board issued under the Act, and that any notice of an intended rent increase shall be provided to the Tenant(s) at least 90 days prior to the effective date of the intended increase, on a form prescribed under the Act.

10. In the event that the Tenant(s) commences occupation of the unit on a date other than the first day of a month, the Tenant agrees to pay a prorated rent in advance for the partial period from ________________ to _________________ and this amount shall be based on the monthly rental amount and that prorated amount shall be in the amount of _____________.

11. Everything contained in the Agreement, attached Schedules and Rules and Regulations shall be binding on the respective heirs, executors, administrators and successors of each of the parties to this Agreement. All covenants, terms, conditions and provisions this Agreement shall be deemed to be joint and several. This means that if more than one person is a "Tenant" of the Unit, each person is fully responsible to comply with this Agreement and all its provisions. This is called a “joint and several” tenancy agreement which means that each tenant is equally and jointly responsible and individually responsible for all the obligations under this Agreement.

12. It is understood that any payment made by the Tenant(s) to the Landlord will be applied against the Tenant’s account in a manner at the sole discretion of the Landlord, even when specifically identified by the Tenant as “Rent”, and will generally be applied to the oldest outstanding debt, whether that debt is rent, services charges or fees, Court costs, NSF fees, unpaid utilities or damages that you may be responsible for, or any other monies owing to us which we are entitled to collect.

13. The Tenant acknowledges that at the time of the commencement of the tenancy, the rental complex is _____ years old and as such might be subject to noise from neighbours in the complex. The Tenant further agrees that based on the age of the complex, from time to time, work, restoration, rehabilitation, renovation, major projects etc. may be undertaken that will create disruption and likely interfere with the Tenants’ enjoyment of the rental complex and the Tenant agrees that the rent paid as set out above takes into account the likelihood of any of the above mentioned work, disruption and interference occurring during the period of their occupancy of the rental unit.

14. If a cheque given by the Tenant(s) is not honoured by the Landlord’s bank for whatever reason, then the Tenant(s) must pay us the Landlord a service charge of whatever amount the Landlord is required to pay by its financial institution, together with an administration charge of $20.00.

15. The Tenant agrees to pay on demand all reasonable legal costs or other related charges or expenses incurred by the Landlord in enforcing it’s rights under this Tenancy Agreement or otherwise arising from this Tenancy, including costs of advertising and preparing the unit for re-rental if the Tenant(s) vacates prior to the end of the lease term.

00. RENT DEPOSIT

01. The Landlord acknowledges receipt from the Tenant(s) of the sum of $___________ for the first month’s rent and the sum of $___________ as a deposit for the last month’s rent of the tenancy. The Landlord agrees to pay interest annually on the Tenant’s last month’s rent deposit at a rate in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

02. The Tenant(s) shall be required, annually on demand, to increase the amount on deposit as a last month’s rent, by an amount sufficient to increase the deposit to the amount of the rent currently charged. It is agreed that the Landlord may deduct from any interest on the rent deposit payable to the Tenant(s) annually, the amount required to increase the rent deposit as set out above.

00. OCCUPANTS

01. In addition to the Tenant(s) named above who have affixed their signatures hereto, there will be the following persons occupying the rental unit:

|NAME |AGE |NAMES |AGE | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

02. The Tenant hereby undertakes and agrees to give the Landlord prompt written notice of any new occupants, including their names, ages, who may reside in the Leased Premises during the tenancy.

03. The Tenant(s) undertake to notify the Landlord, in writing, in the event a spouse of the Tenant occupies the Leased Premises at any time while this Agreement is in effect. In the event that the Leased Premises are occupied as a principal residence by a spouse as defined by the Residential Tenancies Act and where such spouse obtains status of “Tenant” of the Leased Premises, this Agreement shall be deemed to be amended to include such spouse as a Tenant and shall be fully binding upon such person, jointly and severally with the Tenant in all respects in including the obligation to pay rent arrears.

00. RESPONSIBILITY FOR SERVICES / APPLIANCES / UTILITIES

01. Utilities and services will be paid for by the parties as set out below, and there will be no additional charge to the Tenant(s) for the service below for which the Landlord is responsible unless as otherwise set out herein.

02. Where the Tenant is responsible for any of the utility charges or other services as set out below, the Tenant will contract directly with the appropriate utility and take responsibility for the payment of the utility charges directly with the provider company. The Tenant agrees not to remove him or herself from the contract with the utility company while the Tenant remains in occupation of the rental unit, and if the Tenant does remove him or herself from the contract, the Tenant will continue to be responsible for the payment of those charges so long as he occupies the unit either to the provider company, or to the Landlord if the Landlord assumes responsibility for the payments as a result of a default by the Tenant, and the Landlord may file an application to the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board or another Court of competent jurisdiction to terminate the tenancy based on the Tenant interfering with the Landlord’s lawful right, interest or privilege as it relates to this section.

03. The Tenant may not bring into the unit or the complex any appliances without the Landlord’s express written permission, and shall not use any electrical or gas appliances in his unit or in the complex other than those provided by the Landlord as set out above. These types of appliances which may not be used in the complex include but are not limited to air conditioning units, hot plates, laundry machines including both washers and dryers, fridges, dishwashers, heating lamps and lights or other heating equipment.

04. No Tenant shall use their own window air-conditioner(s) and other similar appliances without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord and paying to the Landlord the required additional charge as compensation for additional hydro as may be permitted by law, in an amount of $ 50.00 per month as additional rent for the months of May through September, inclusive of each year, such additional payment to be considered Rent and are to be paid as part of the monthly rent on or before the commencement of each rental period.

05. Where a Tenant pays rent inclusive of utilities, the Tenant shall not install any additional appliance without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord, and, if given, paying the Landlord for the cost of operation of such appliances which shall include, but not be limited to, dishwashers, air conditioners, washing machines, clothes dryer, exercise equipment, baseboard heaters, heating lamps and lights or other heating equipment.

06. Where a Tenant pays rent inclusive of utilities, the parties agree that if the Tenant uses any of the appliances set out in section 6.05 or runs a business from the rental unit or in any other way engages in unreasonable consumption of utilities in a residential unit, then the Tenant is deemed to have interfered with the Landlord’s lawful right, interest and privilege and the Landlord is entitled to bring an application to a Court of competent jurisdiction to end the tenancy.

07. APPLIANCES

08. Subject to any condition described in section 6.01 above, any expenses, charges, services, facilities and/or appliances the Tenant may require which are not included in the Tenant’s monthly rent, are the Tenant’s responsibility to arrange for, pay for and/or supply to the Rental Unit. The responsibility for the provision, maintaining and payment for services, equipment and amenities is agreed to be apportioned as follows, with those marked with an to be the responsibility of the Landlord, and those marked with a to be the responsibility of the Tenant:

|Appliances/Facilities | |L/T | |Utilities | |L/T | | | | | | | | | |• Refrigerator | |( L | |• Heat | |( L | | | |) | | | |) | | | | | | | | | |• Stove | |( L | |• Hydro electric | |( L | | | |) | |charges | |) | | | | | | | | | |• Washer | |( L | |• Water | |( L | | | |) | | | |) | | | | | | | | | |• Dryer | |( L | |• Hot water | |( L | | | |) | | | |) | | | | | | | | | |• Parking space | |( L | |• Natural Gas | |( L | | | |) | | | |) | |• Furniture | |( T | | • Telephone | |( T | | | |) | | | |) | |• Dishwasher | |( T | | • Cable TV | |( T | | | |) | | | |) | |• Air Conditioner | |( _ N/A| | • Internet | |( T | | | |) | | | |) | |• Gardening | |( L | | • Snow Removal | |( L | | | |) | | | |) |



00. RULES

01. The Tenant(s) agrees to observe and comply with the Rules as set out in Schedule “B” attached hereto, with such reasonable variations, modifications and additions as shall be from time to time made upon notice to the Tenant(s) by the Landlord.

02. The Tenant(s) further acknowledges that failure to observe any of the Rules attached as Schedule “B” to this agreement will be grounds for an application to the Landlord and Tenant Board for termination of the tenancy based on interference with the Landlord’s lawful right, interest and privilege.

00. LANDLORD’S OBLIGATION

01. The Landlord shall provide and maintain the premises in a good state of repair and fit for habitation, and comply with municipal, health, housing, safety and maintenance standards as required by law. The Tenant(s) shall promptly notify the Landlord or the Landlord’s agent in writing of any damage to the premises or maintenance concerns that may arise.

02. The Landlord shall also provide an environment within the Rental Unit and Rental Complex that is reasonably free from interference with the Tenant’(s) enjoyment for all the normal purposes. The Landlord shall not harass, obstruct, coerce or interfere with the Tenant(s) in any way during the period of occupancy by the Tenant(s).

03. The Landlord shall deliver this executed Agreement to the Tenant(s) within 21 days of the date on which the Agreement is signed. The Landlord shall provide a rent receipt upon demand for any rental payment made by the Tenant(s).

00. TENANT’S COVENANTS AND OBLIGATION

01. The Tenant agrees to use the Leased Premises as a residential dwelling and for no other purpose whatsoever. The Tenant agrees not to use the Leased Premises for any illegal purpose.

02. The Tenant(s) is responsible for ordinary cleanliness of the Rental Unit, and for the cost of any repair of any damaged caused by the neglect or conduct of the Tenant(s) or persons the Tenant(s) has permitted into the rental complex, save for reasonable wear and tear, including without restricting the generality of the foregoing, broken glass, flooring, countertops, appliances, torn window or door screens, electrical fixtures, plugged toilets and sink drains.

03. The Tenant(s) shall keep the Leased Premises free from vermin, pests and rodents and in so doing shall procure and pay for any professional pest control service which may be necessary from time to time as a result of the failure by you to keep the unit in a fit and sanitary condition Failure to comply with this provision shall be deemed to constitute a consent that the Landlord may enter the premises with proper notice to the Tenant for the purpose of treatment and any costs thereof shall be payable to the Landlord by the Tenant(s).

04. The Tenant shall properly dispose of garbage in accordance with the rules set out by municipal or provincial authorities as may now exist and which may change from time to time, including any waste diversion, reduction or recycling programs. The Tenant agrees to place their garbage in the appropriate place for pickup, at the appropriate times depending on the collection schedule.

05. The Tenant shall not make any alterations to, remodel or decorate the Leased Premises without the Landlord’s prior written approval and shall upon termination of the tenancy, remove any alterations and decorating and restore the Leased Premises to the same condition as it was on the date of commencement of this Tenancy Agreement, reasonable wear and tear excepted.

06. The Tenant(s) agrees not to use the balcony for the hanging or drying of clothes, nor for the purpose of barbecuing. In addition, the Tenant will keep their balcony in a condition free of all furniture, goods and other effects. The Tenant shall maintain any patio or balcony area forming part of the Leased Premises in a neat and tidy condition at all times to the satisfaction of the Landlord and in no case shall the Tenant install or place carpeting of any kind on the balcony.

07. The Tenant(s) further agrees that no awnings, shades, flowers, containers, TV or satellite aerial, antennae, dish, apparatus or any other extensions or obstructions shall be erected over the outside windows, doors or balconies with the written consent of the Landlord and if any such television or radio antennae, aerial or dish or apparatus is erected without such written consent, to immediately remove the same upon request of the Landlord or his agent or representative. The Tenant(s) further agree that if any such television or radio antenna, device or apparatus is erected on the said building he (whether with or without the consent of the Landlord) will at his own expense repair any damage done to the building or premises by reason of the erection, maintenance or removal thereof and will indemnify and save harmless the Landlord or agents from all liability for damages to persons or property as a result of the erection, maintenance or removal thereof.

08. The Tenant(s) hereby accepts the Premises in their present condition and acknowledges that as the date of this lease, they are in a first-class condition and state of repair and fit for habitation and that the Landlord is not required to perform any work of any kind in the Premises, including but without limitation, any painting or decorating.

09. The Tenant(s) shall not bring into the Premises any article or fixture such as a waterbed, freezer, washer or dryer that by reason of its weight or size might damage or endanger the structure of the building in which the Premises are located.

10. The Tenant(s) shall conduct themselves and shall require that their guests or agents conduct themselves so as not to interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of the Landlord, or any of the other Tenants in the Rental Unit or in the Rental Complex or those occupying any neighbouring properties. OR The Tenant(s) shall conduct themselves and shall require that their guests or agents conduct themselves so as not to interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of the Landlord or those occupying any neighbouring properties.

11. The Tenant(s) hereby consents to any alteration made in the locking system or to any change of locks in the building in which the Leased Premises are located, provided the Landlord gives the Tenant replacement keys. A Tenant shall not alter the locking system on a door giving entry to the Rental Unit or the Rental Complex, or cause or allow the locking system to be altered during the Tenant’s occupancy without the prior written consent of the Landlord.

12. The Tenant(s) shall not assign or sublet the premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord, and such assignment or sublet shall be in accordance with the Act, and the Landlord shall not unreasonably withhold consent for said sublet or assign. The request from the Tenant(s) shall be in writing. The Landlord may charge an administrative and processing fee in respect of the expenses associated with the granting of such consent provided that the amount is in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

13. The Tenant(s) agrees not to conduct, permit or suffer any act or activities on or about the Leased Premises for which consideration would normally be payable, including but not limited to activities such as the operation of babysitting or child care services, or the operation of any other business.

14. The Tenant(s) agrees that vehicles shall be parked only in such spaces which the Landlord may designate from time to time, and the Landlord shall have the right to reassign such parking spaces from time to time as the Landlord, in its sole discretion, may determine. The Tenant shall furnish the Landlord with such information as it may require to identify the Tenant’s vehicle and the Tenant shall affix to the vehicle such identification as may be required by the Landlord. The Landlord shall have no obligation to provide parking for more than the number of vehicles specified above.

15. The Tenant(s) shall not allow other persons to park their vehicles in their designated parking space who are not either guests or occupants of the rental unit, and the Tenant(s) shall not rent their spots out to other tenants or non-tenants.

16. The Tenant(s) shall not park in his or her designated space, if one is provided, any vehicle that has been abandoned or is inoperable or does not bear any valid license permit, and shall not park or store any commercial vehicles, recreational vehicles, trailers, boat or any other object in the parking space. In the event that the Tenant(s) breaches these provisions respecting parking or storing of vehicles or other items, the Landlord may, at its sole discretion, remove the vehicle or item at the Tenant’s sole risk and expense, and the Tenant shall reimburse the Landlord for any expense which it may incur in removing, storing or disposing of any item from the Tenant’s designated parking space.

17. The Tenant(s) agrees that there shall be no repairs, washing or maintenance of any vehicle carried out on the Landlord’s property.

18. The Tenant(s) shall not operate a washer or dryer from his or her unit without the Landlord’s express written consent, and shall only use the washing machine or dryer provided by the Landlord if any, for their own use and the use of those occupying the unit, and not for any other purpose. .

19. The Tenant(s) shall not affix any signs or advertising to any portion of the rental complex, or any portion of their rental unit if it can be seen from outside their rental unit.

20. The Tenant(s) shall refrain from doing anything or allowing their guests or agents to do anything in the Leased Premises or in the Rental Complex which would result in the Landlord failing to comply with any municipal or other regulatory bodies including without limitation, the Property Standards, Health or Fire Departments.

21. The Tenant(s) shall refrain from doing anything or allowing their guests or agents to do anything in the Leased Premises or in the Rental Complex which would result in an increase to the insurance paid by the Landlord to insure the building or for liability coverage.

22. The Tenant(s) shall give the Landlord prompt written notice of any damage, incident or defect such as, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, defects or accidents related to water or water pipes and fixtures, gas pipes and fixtures, heating apparatus, tub surrounds, plugged toilets or sink drains.

23. The Tenant(s) shall not remove any devices on the windows in the Rental Unit designed to restrict the opening beyond 4 inches or as may be prescribed by any lawful authority.

00. INSURANCE

01. The Tenant(s) shall be responsible throughout the Tenancy for providing property damage and contents insurance for the contents of the rental unit, and such insurance shall be for an amount at least equal to the full anticipated insurable loss calculated on a full replacement cost basis without deduction or offset for depreciation and which excludes the exercise of any claim by the insurer, whether by subrogation or otherwise, against the Landlord and against those for whom the Landlord is in law responsible. OR While it is recommended that the Tenant(s) obtain content insurance, the Tenant(s) shall not be required to provide content insurance for the contents of the rental unit. However the landlord shall not be held responsible for any damage that arises to the contents or belongings of the Tenant(s) that might have otherwise been covered by insurance had the Tenant(s) obtained same, howsoever caused.

02. The Tenant(s) shall also maintain comprehensive general liability insurance, including Tenant’s legal liability, for an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence.

03. The Tenant(s) shall provide proof of coverage to the Landlord upon request.

04. The Tenant(s) shall not do or omit to do anything, or permit any activity to be carried on within the Premises, that would in any way create a risk of fire or have the effect of increasing the premiums for any of the Landlord’s policies of insurance upon the Rental Unit or the Rental Complex or which would cause the cancellation or threatened cancellation of any such insurance.

05. The Landlord shall carry insurance on structure of the Premises, and general liability insurance, in amounts and with coverage as would a prudent owner of property similar in size, age, location and use.

00. ENTRY

01.  The Landlord may enter a rental unit at any time without written notice,

in cases of emergency;

if the Tenant(s) consents to the entry at the time of entry;

if the Tenant has given the Landlord notice, written or otherwise, that he or she will be absent from the rental unit for an extended period of time, and the Landlord enters to inspect for reasons of security, safety and physical integrity of the unit, including inspecting such items as the continuance of heat, the absence of any water leaks etc.; and

for any other reason permitted by the Residential Tenancies Act.

02. A Landlord may enter the rental unit without written notice to show the unit to prospective tenants if,

the Landlord and Tenant(s) have agreed that the tenancy will be terminated or one of them has given notice of termination to the other;

if the Landlord enters the unit between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.; and

if before entering, the Landlord informs or makes a reasonable effort to inform the Tenant(s) of their intention to do so.

The Landlord may enter a rental unit in accordance with written notice given to the Tenant(s) at least 24 hours before the time of entry, said notice specifying the reason for entry, the day of entry and a time of entry between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m under the following circumstances:

To carry out a repair or do work in the rental unit;

To allow a potential mortgagee or insurer of the residential complex to view the rental unit;

To allow a potential purchaser to view the rental unit, or to allow a person who holds a certificate of authorization within the meaning of the Professional Engineers Act or a certificate of practice within the meaning of the Architects Act or another qualified person to make a physical inspection of the rental unit to satisfy a requirement imposed under subsection 9 (4) of the Condominium Act, 1998;

To allow for a market valuation of the rental complex or an evaluation by a Realtor for the purpose of valuation or listing a property for sale, and

For periodic maintenance inspections, and for a condition and conformity inspection prior to the termination of the tenancy after the Tenant(s) have given notice of their intention to terminate the tenancy.

00. TERMINATION OF THE TENANCY – DISPOSAL OF TENANT’S PROPERTY

01. The Tenant(s) shall provide the Landlord with a minimum of 60 days written notice of his intention to vacate at the end of the lease term, or if there is no lease term, at the end of a rental period, and such notice shall be in accordance with the provisions of the Act, and on the forms prescribed by the Act if any. Once such notice has been given, the Tenant(s) shall permit the Landlord and/or the Landlord’s agents access to the Leased Premises to show it to prospective Tenants or purchasers upon a reasonable attempt being made to provide notice to the Tenant(s).

02. If either party wish to terminate the tenancy either during the term of the tenancy set out above, or during any other period of the tenancy, notice shall be given to the other in a form consistent with the provisions of the Act. In the event that the Tenant(s) vacates the unit at the termination of the tenancy, the unit shall be left fit for immediate occupation by the new Tenant(s) in a clean, undamaged state and with all furniture, refuse and the Tenant’s personal property removed.

03. The Tenant(s) agree that upon termination of this tenancy, to deliver possession of the Leased Premises to the Landlord or his authorized agent and further to surrender all keys or cards related to the Leased Premises, entrance doors to the Landlord’s building, electronic garage door openers and any other device to the Leased Premises or to the said building.

04. Upon the Landlord recovering possession of the Rental Unit by enforcement of an order of a Board or Court in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act or any successor legislation to that Act, the Landlord shall have no responsibility for the Tenant’s possessions after a 72 hour period has elapsed from the time possession has been returned to the Landlord by the Court Enforcement office, or a period set out in the Act if that period is greater than 72 hours.

05. Unless the Residential Tenancies Act or any successor legislation to that Act dictates otherwise, then upon the Landlord recovering possession of the Rental Unit by the Tenant(s) vacating in accordance with a notice to end the tenancy or an agreement to end the tenancy, then the Landlord shall have no obligation or liability for the Tenant’s possessions after the Tenant vacates the rental complex, regardless of whether the Tenant returns the key(s) to the Landlord. In such a case, the Tenants alone shall be responsible for contacting the Landlord to arrange for recovery of their possessions upon vacating the rental complex, save that the Landlord will respond reasonably by allowing access to the unit for recovery of the possessions. It is agreed that the Landlord shall not inherit the responsibilities or obligations as a bailee of the Tenant’s goods or possessions.

00. AMENDMENT, WAIVER, SEVERABILITY

01. No amendment, waiver or renewal of any part of this lease shall be effective unless it is in writing, signed by the Tenant and the Landlord or the Landlord’s authorized agent. You understand that not everyone who works for the Landlord has the authority to speak for the Landlord. Therefore, if the Tenant is required to make an agreement or arrangement with respect to the Unit, the Building or anything else related to this Agreement, it is only binding on the Landlord if it is in writing and signed by the Landlord, or an authorized agent. It is specifically understood that the Landlord’s janitors, caretakers, superintendents and rental agents are not authorized agents for the purpose of amending any provision of this Agreement.

02. All of the provisions of this lease are to be construed as covenants and agreements as though the words importing such covenants and agreements were used in each separate article hereof. Should any provision of this lease be or become invalid, void, illegal or not enforceable, it shall be considered to be separate and severable from the remaining portion of the lease and the remaining provisions shall remain in force and be binding upon the parties hereto as though such provisions had not been included.

00. DISPOSITION BY THE LANDLORD

01. If the Landlord transfers the Premises, the Landlord shall without further agreement be freed and relieved of liability with respect to its covenants and obligations under this lease. Any subsequent purchaser will purchase the Premises subject to the assumption of the lease by the purchaser as provided under the Tenant Protection Act, the Residential Tenancies Act or any successor legislation.

00. DEATH OF A TENANT / DEEMED ABANDONMENT

01. Upon the death of a sole Tenant, this Tenancy Agreement or any renewal thereof shall terminate thirty (30) days after the death of the sole Tenant. In the event that there is more than one Tenant and upon the death of one of them, the tenancy shall be deemed to be amended to include the Remaining Tenant(s) as Tenant(s), along with the Estate of the deceased Tenant for a period of thirty (30) days after the death of the Tenant, after which the tenancy of the Estate only shall be terminated and the tenancy agreement and any renewal thereof shall be deemed to be amended in the name of the surviving Tenant(s) only.

02. If the rental unit is vacant, the Landlord has a reasonable belief that the unit has been abandoned and there are arrears of rent owing, it shall be presumed that the Tenant has abandoned the rental complex and the Landlord shall be entitled to regain immediate possession of the rental unit.

00. GENERAL PROVISIONS

01. The common law rules respecting the effect of a serious, substantial or fundamental breach of a material covenant by one party to a contract on the obligation to perform of the other party apply with respect to this Agreement.

02. This Agreement is meant to complement the Landlord’s rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, but it does not limit or modify the Landlord’s rights under the Residential Tenancies Act and other relevant laws. If, for some reason, a part of this Agreement cannot be enforced, the rest of the Agreement will not be affected, and will still be enforceable. All references to the Residential Tenancies Act in this Agreement include any regulations under that law and any successor laws which might be enacted to replace or add to it.

03. In the event of an occurrence that in the Landlord’s sole discretion makes the Rental Unit unfit for habitation due to fire, lightning, tempest or flood damage, or force of nature or Act of God, the common law rules respecting frustrated contracts and the Frustrated Contracts Act as it may be amended from time to time apply with respect to this agreement.

04. The provisions hereof shall be read with all grammatical and gender changes as may be necessary and any singular reference to the Tenant shall be deemed to include all Tenants to this agreement.

05. This Agreement including any Schedules attached hereto contain the entire understanding between the parties relating to the tenancy. No amendments or modification of this Agreement shall be deemed effective unless and until executed in writing by the parties thereto. The Tenant agrees that there are no promises, collateral agreements, representations or warranties by or binding upon the Landlord with respect to this Agreement other than as expressed herein.

06. This Agreement shall be construed, interpreted and enforced in accordance with the laws of the province of Ontario. If any provision of this Agreement shall, to any extent be found to be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby, and any such invalid or unenforceable provision shall be reformed so as to be valid and enforceable to the full extent permitted by law.

07. In the event of the bankruptcy of the Tenant, the Landlord shall rank as a preferred creditor pursuant to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act in respect of arrears of rent for a period of 3 months next preceding the date the Tenant was entered into bankruptcy.

08. The Tenant(s) shall indemnify and save the Landlord and its agents harmless against any and all claims, actions, damages, losses, liabilities, costs and expenses in connection with the loss of life, personal injury or damage to property arising from or out of the occupancy or use by the Tenant(s) or any other occupant of the Premises or occasioned wholly or in part by any act or omission of the Tenant(s), its invitees, licensees or anyone permitted or authorized by the Tenant(s) to be on the Premises or arising out of any breach or non-performance by the Tenant(s) of any provisions of this lease.

09. This agreement shall be binding upon and shall enure to the benefit of the parties hereto, their respective heirs, successors, administrators, assigns, and personal representatives. It is further agreed that when the context so requires or permits the singular number shall be read as if the plural were expressed, and the masculine gender as if the feminine or neuter, as the case may be, were expressed.

10. Where a spouse of the Tenant elects to obtain the status of “Tenant” according to the deeming provisions in the Regulations of the Residential Tenancies Act, the spouse shall be deemed to have consented to be bound jointly and severally with the Tenant by this Agreement, including any obligations to pay all rent arrears or compensation for damage that my be due when such “Tenant” status is sought regardless of whether this Agreement operates pursuant to a fixed term or has been renewed as a statutory month-to-month tenancy.

11. In consideration of the execution and delivery of this Tenancy Agreement by the Landlord, the Guarantor, if one exists and has executed this Agreement as same, as principle debtor, agrees to execute an agreement made collateral to this Tenancy Agreement, which upon execution, the Guarantor is then deemed to be a party to this Tenancy Agreement. The Guarantor further agrees that liability under this Guarantee shall continue until such time as the Tenancy Agreement is terminated and the Guarantor continues to be liable and bound by this Guarantee during any renewals and extensions, whether in contract or statutory or otherwise, of the term of this Tenancy Agreement.

12. Where, and to the extent that the Landlord or the Tenant shall be unable to fulfill, or be delayed or restricted in the fulfillment of any obligation under any provisions of the Agreement by reason of a strike, lock-out, terrorist attack, civil commotion, war or acts of military authority, fire or explosion, flood, wind, water, earthquakes, acts of God, or by reason of being unable to obtain the goods or materials, labour, services or utilities required to fulfill such obligation or by reason and any cause beyond its control, the Landlord and the Tenant as the case may be shall, so long as any such impediment exist, be relieved from the fulfillment of such obligation and the Tenant or the Landlord as the case may be, shall not be entitled to compensation for any damage, nuisance, inconvenience, or discomfort thereby occasioned.

00. PRIVACY, CONSENT AND DISCLOSURE

01. The Tenant(s) herein grant permission to the Landlord or its Agent(s) to obtain at any time a consumer/credit report with respect to the Tenant, to contact agencies that provide Landlord information, and to take any other reasonable steps necessary to assess the renewal or extension of the Tenant’s tenancy.

02. The Tenant herein agrees to provide their consent to the Landlord or their Agent(s) to disclose information in the Tenant’s Rental Application and any information arising from any tenancy between the Tenant to any third party for the purposes of providing a consumer/credit report or contributing information to a database of Tenant(s) information made available to Landlords or their agents.

03. The Tenant herein agrees to provide their consent to the Landlord or their Agent(s) to disclose any information arising from any tenancy between them and any information in the rental application to present or future mortgagees, potential purchasers, utility providers, accountants, government agencies, financial institutions, insurance providers, telecommunications providers, financial institutions, lenders and prospective lenders.

04. This consent is granted under the provisions of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act. This consent is valid until revoked in writing. A Tenant may, at any time, request from the Landlord’s Privacy Officer its complete Privacy Policy, and may request that said officer provide information about the data collected and retained with respect to the Tenant or prospective Tenant, and may also obtain a Privacy Complaint Form for the purpose of resolving disputes with respect to the use of said information.

05. The Tenant(s) herein grant permission to the Landlord or its Agent(s) to photograph the rental unit and complex during periodic inspections, for the purpose of documenting the condition of the rental unit and complex, after having given notice of entry in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act.

00. AGREEMENT EFFECTIVE

01. This Agreement shall become effective when signed by all parties hereto. If this agreement is executed, the Tenant(s) shall be required to pay the rent for the first month of the tenancy prior to the commencement date of the tenancy in addition to any rent deposit that may already have been paid.

02. Failure to pay the first month’s rent as agreed will amount to a fundamental breach of this agreement, and at the Landlord’s sole option and discretion, the Tenancy Agreement will be null and void and the funds held on deposit shall be retained by the Landlord. It is further understood that if that were to occur, the Landlord has the right under law to commence an action for any further damages in a Court of competent jurisdiction, to compensate the Landlord for its costs in advertising and re- renting the unit, and for loss of income during the time the unit remains empty prior to the commencement of a replacement tenancy.

The undersigned hereby agree to be bound by this Agreement and the Landlord’s agent acknowledges that they have the authority to bind their respective companies, corporations or owners. The Agreement is executed as of the date first written above.

SIGNED, SEALED & DELIVERED

in the presence of ) ) Witness ) ) ) ) _______________________________ Landlord

SIGNED, SEALED & DELIVERED

in the presence of ) ) Witness ) ) ) ) _______________________________ Tenant SCHEDULE “A”

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT



ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT OF AGREEMENT

The Tenant(s) acknowledge receipt of a duplicate executed copy of the within Tenancy Agreement including all Schedules on the date set out below.

Signed at Toronto this _________________ day of ________________________ 2009

…………………………………………….. …………………………………………… Witness Tenant

…………………………………………….. …………………………………………… Witness Tenant

SCHEDULE “B”

RULES

PETS

The Tenant agrees not to keep pets on the Premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord. The Tenant shall be responsible for any damage done to the Rental Unit or the Rental Complex by the pet, and shall reimburse the Landlord for the cost of any repairs resulting from the damage. The Tenant agrees to clean up after the pet so that there is no pet hair, urine or feces remaining or visible anywhere in the Rental Complex. The Tenant shall keep the pet on a leash while the pet is in the common areas of the Rental Complex.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE ALARMS

The Tenant acknowledges that a hard-wired smoke alarm is in the basement and is in working condition. The Tenant also acknowledges that an additional battery smoke detector, brand name Fire Sentry model: 0914CA expiring Sept. 2009 and a plug-in carbon monoxide detector brand name KIDDE Model #KN-COB-DP-H expiring July 2010 are also in place. The operational instructions are to remain posted at the electrical panel box and the Tenant shall not tamper with any of the above-mentioned safety alarm devices.

SMOKING

Due to the known health risks of exposure to second-hand smoke, increased risk of fire and increased maintenance costs:

a) No tenant, resident, guest, business invitee, or visitor shall smoke cigarettes, cigars, or any similar product whose use generates smoke within the building. This prohibition includes all residential units within the building, all balconies and patios, enclosed common areas, as well as outside within 9 metres of doorways, operable windows and air intakes.

b) “Smoking” shall include the inhaling, exhaling, burning, or carrying of any tobacco or similar product whose use generates smoke.

c) “Business invitee” shall include but is not limited to any contractor, agent, household worker, or other person hired by the owner, tenant or resident to provide a service or product to the owner, tenant, or resident.

WATER DEVICES

No aquarium or waterbeds or other similar devices shall be permitted to be kept in the rental unit or the renal complex by the tenant.

FIRE SAFETY EQUIPMENT

The Tenants acknowledges that the equipment required by law with respect to smoke or fire detection was installed in the rental unit upon the commencement of the tenancy, and that it is in working order. The Tenants shall not tamper with, adjust, or in any way alter the detection equipment supplied by the Landlord including, but not limited to, the removal of batteries or disconnection of electrical wires by the Tenant or an occupant of the unit.

The Tenant(s) shall notify the Landlord in writing immediately of any malfunction of any smoke or fire detection device and the Landlord shall service same subject to the following: a) The Landlord shall provide sufficient batteries for each smoke or fire detection device at the time the Tenant(s) first occupies the rental unit pursuant to this Agreement, and thereafter the Tenant shall replace the batteries as needed

b) The Landlord shall not be responsible for servicing the detectors if a malfunction is due to the Tenant’s tampering, alteration of adjusting of the detector, and if a malfunction is so caused, the Tenant(s) shall reimburse the Landlord for any expenses incurred by the Landlord to replace or repair the detector or related equipment.

Tenants must observe strict care not to allow windows and doors to remain open so as to admit rain or snow or so as to risk the freezing of plumbing, heating or other facilities. The Tenants will be responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing such damaged radiators and pipes together with any other damage of the premises or property of others resulting there from.

Tenants shall be responsible for keeping locks and other hardware in or upon the doors and windows of the rented premises; wherever any part thereof shall become lost or broken the same shall be immediately replaced or repaired under the direction and to the satisfaction of the Landlord and shall be paid for by the Tenant responsible. No additional locks shall be placed upon or on any door without the prior written consent of the Landlord.

All garbage is to be securely wrapped and placed or deposited, as directed from time to time by the Landlord. Garbage should be placed in containers at the side of the house. Recyclables in recycle boxes, food in the green boxes and garbage in the grey boxes provided at the side of the house. Garbage day is Tuesday. Please be mindful that as of November 1st, 2008 the City of Toronto will charge for excess garbage and will not collect unless materials are properly disposed of in a designated box.

No goods, chattels, fixtures or other items that might overload the floors of the rented premises shall be brought into the said premises nor shall items be moved on, in or over the floors, sidewalks, steps, stairways, lawns or other property of the Landlord so as to damage same; Tenants will be held responsible for any damage caused by movements of their items in, out or about the premises.

Nothing shall be thrown by Tenants, their families, guests, or visitors off of balconies, out of the windows or doors or down stairwells or other areas of the premises.

The Tenant shall not place or allow to be placed bicycles, baby carriages or other personal property in public areas (as it relates to 18 Humewood) or on sidewalks, neither shall articles be permitted to remain outside in such areas overnight or when not in use. Personal property left in public areas may be removed and disposed by the Landlord. All items including shoes shall be kept in the Tenant’s suites and no items shall be kept in the common walkway and stairwell of the home.

No telegraphic or telephone connections shall be made without the prior written consent of the Landlord except to facilities provided by the Landlord within the rented premises and no electric wiring shall be installed and no electric fixtures shall be installed except where provision therefore has been made by the Landlord without the prior written consent of the Landlord. No sale or auction of any kind shall be held in or about the rented premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord.

The water shall not be left running unless in actual use in the rented premises.

Laundry facilities may only be accessed between 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Cloths must be removed from room when the laundry is done. Only one tenant may use the laundry room at a time. The laundry room must remain neat and tidy at all times. Tenants are responsible for their own cleaning supplies. The Tenant’s guests are not permitted to use the laundry facilities in the complex for their own personal effects, nor shall the Tenant use the laundry facilities for laundering the clothing of any person other than the Tenant or other permanent occupant of the rental unit.

No cooking shall be done in or about any demised premises except in kitchen areas provided therefore.

The veranda light shall remain lit from sunset to 12 a.m.

Tenants are permitted reasonable use of the backyard facilities except when in use by the landlord. Two weeks notice must be provided to the landlord or agent for a special gathering to obtain consent from same. Such consent will not be unreasonably withheld. Tenants are not permitted to store or maintain any personal items in the front or backyards or anywhere on the property aside from their own suite.

Entrance doors of residential suites shall remain closed except during ingress or egress.

The providing of day care for children or “babysitting” on a regular basis is deemed by the Landlord as a business and is thus prohibited under the terms of this agreement.

The supply and replacement of electric light bulbs and fuses within the rented premises is the responsibility of the Tenant.

The Tenant shall deliver keys of the rented premises, and the premises of the Landlord, on termination of tenancy.

No signs, advertisements or notices will be posted or inscribed on any part of the building by any Tenant. Awnings, shades, flower boxes, aerials, or other items or projections shall not be installed or placed outside of the rented premises without the written approval of the Landlord.

Balconies or patios shall not be used for the hanging or drying of clothes, for cooking or barbecuing, for storage or the cleaning of mops or carpets.

The second floor patio is not included in this lease agreement and is for the sole use and enjoyment of the Landlord.

The Landlord shall have the right to limit access to the building by delivery services where such services in the opinion of the Landlord are not in the best interest of the building or its occupants. The Landlord can also reasonably access the electrical meters with service personnel without notice as the meters are housed inside of the Tenant’s premises.

No smoking is permitted inside or outside on the premises.

No pets will be allowed to occupy or reside in the demised premises.

Any fireplaces shall be used with extreme caution and only for wood burning.

Tenants will be mindful of excessive noise between the hours of 11:00 pm and 7:00 am.

Visitors are not permitted to park in the driveway. Street parking is available.

Tenants and their guests will remove shoes at the main entrance and carry them to their suite.

Service requests are to be made to the property manager, Michelle Boeriu, including emergency requests.

Tenants are responsible for empting their mailboxes on a regular basis.

MISCELLANEOUS RULE TO WRITE INTO THE LEASE

Use of common areas - For example, setting out rules for the use of the back yard, lockers, areas for animals etc. For example: The Tenant, other occupants of the unit and his or her guests shall be entitled, subject to the conditions below, and in common with the Landlord and his other Tenants and other persons with his sanction to have the shared use of the passenger elevators, laundry facilities, common hallways, front porch, back yard, recreation areas and other common facilities that may be provided by the Landlord from time to time, at all reasonable times. The Tenant shall not have an expectation of privacy in the common areas and will conduct themselves in a reasonable and respectful manner towards others in the common areas, and will take responsibility for keeping the common areas tidy.

The Tenant’s guests are not permitted entry into the complex, the rental unit or in any of the common areas of the rental complex unless accompanied by the Tenant, and may not remain in or reside in any of the common areas without the Tenant being present, and may not under any circumstances remain or reside in any of the common areas of the complex as an overnight guest.

The Tenant’s guests are not permitted to use the laundry facilities in the complex for their own personal effects, nor shall the Tenant use the laundry facilities for laundering the clothing of any person other than the Tenant or other permanent occupant of the rental unit.

The Landlord will have access to the areas of the basement including but not limited to the furnace room, laundry room and cold room at any time on 24 hours written notice to the Tenant as permitted by the Act.

Setting out the boundaries of the demised premises which the tenant is renting, for instance if there is a house on a large property where a farm is situated, the Rules might read:

The Tenant(s) agree that the area that is considered for the purpose of this Agreement to constitute the Rental Complex, including common areas, shall be the area bounded by _______________________. The Tenant(s) shall have no right to occupy or use in any way the space other than that described in this section.

Condominium Rental – Refer to declaration rules and bylaws as an schedule to lease, and provide them prior to execution of the agreement by including this paragraph:

The Declaration, Rules and Bylaws of the Condominium Corporation are attached to this agreement as Schedule “B” and form part of the entire agreement. The Tenant(s) acknowledges that they will abide by any Declarations, Rules or By-Laws that the Condominium Corporation currently has in force, or may at some point in the future have in force during the term of occupancy of the rental unit. The Tenant(s) further acknowledges that they have read the Declaration, Rules and Bylaws of the Corporation and that failure to comply with same will be deemed to be substantial interference with the Landlord’s lawful right, interest and privilege as set out under the Residential Tenancies Act.

SCHEDULE “C”

UNIT CONDITION

Date: _____________________

Tenant(s) name(s):

I/we, the above Tenant(s), acknowledge that:

1. The windows have screens. 2. The smoke detector/carbon monoxide detector has been tested and is in working condition. 3. The pre-existing second exit is to be used only in emergency situations where the main exit is not safe.

NOTE: Use a check mark to indicate the status for each specified item.

|# |ITEM |ITEM STATUS | | |Living room - walls and |(New | | |painting |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Washer |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Dryer |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Fridge |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Stove with oven |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Kitchen Cupboards |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Kitchen Counters |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Kitchen Sink |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Bathroom – walls and painting |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Bathroom – ceramic tiles (floor|(New | | |and walls) |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Bathroom – sink |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Bathroom - toilet |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Bathroom - tub |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Interconnected Smoke Detector |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Electrical outlets |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Range hood in Kitchen |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Entrance door |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Closets (and doors) |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Ceiling lights – kitchen, |(New | | |living room, hallways, |(Good | | |bedrooms, closets |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Radiators |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Laundry door |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Storage unit |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Windows |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Stairwell |(New | | | |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | | | |Plastered Ceiling and Hardwood |(New | | |Floors |(Good | | | |(Acceptable | | | |(Not Working | | | | |



Signed at Toronto this _________________ day of ________________________ 2009

…………………………………………….. …………………………………………… Witness Tenant

…………………………………………….. …………………………………………… Witness Tenant

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