Lease Agreement Fully Furnished

12. ENTIRE AGREEMENT: This agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties and neither party is bound by insurance or agreements of any kind, except in this one. A Furnished real estate agreement will help you specify the rights and obligations of any party involved in the rental of a pre-imbed property. It is made between the owner of a furnished apartment and a tenant, and it covers the monthly rent, deposit, damages and much more. It is different from a standard lease because it covers furniture. The furnished rental also includes several usual arrangements, more user-friendly for the owners, because the stakes are higher for the owner of a furnished apartment. You will find a more detailed and flexible agreement or a tenancy agreement that can be made more advantageous to the tenant in our standard residential rental form. Other names for this document: Furnished Apartment Lease Contract, Model Apartment Lease 7. RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES BY LESSOR: Owner, or its representative, has the right to enter the rented premises at all appropriate times to examine them and/or to prove them to tenants or potential buyers, to make reasonable repairs and modifications that the lessor deems necessary for the maintenance of the rented building or building, and to remove any modification, complement, device and other objects that may be installed or constructed in violation of the conditions provided by this agreement.

The owner will keep the premises in a habitable state and will be responsible for repairs to the premises, with the exception of minor repairs by the tenant. It is agreed and understood that the owner, his representatives and staff will not be held responsible to any person for any damage of any kind, which may occur at any time due to a defect in the rented premises, the building in which the leased premises are located, or the improvements made to it, whether this defect exists or occurs later at the time of the execution of the lease agreement and that the defect is known or unknown at the time of that damage or damage, or for damage caused by fire, wind, rain or other reasons, all claims for such damage and damage having been expressly issued by the tenant.