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NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENTIAL AGREEMENT

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This Agreement (the "Agreement") is made and entered on SATURDAY, JULY 09, 2016 (the "Effective Date") by and
between ASIM GHULAMANI (the "Landlord") and the following Tenant/Co-Signer:
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

(the "Tenant")
(the "Co-Signer")

Subject to the terms and conditions stated below the parties agree as follows:
1. Premises.The Tenant leases from the Landlord a certain room (the Exclusive Space) in 301 (the Unit) located at
3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603. The Exclusive Space is identified as EXHIBIT A on the Floor Plan
attached below. The Exclusive Space shall be the exclusive space of the Tenant to occupy. Furthermore, the Tenant also
leases within the Unit the areas not exclusively leased to the Tenant in the Unit (the Common Area). The Common Area
is identified on the floor plan attached here as EXHIBIT B. The Exclusive Space together with the Common Area shall be
referred to as the Premises.

2. Term. This Agreement will begin on MONDAY, AUGUST 01, 2016 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Start Date") and will
terminate on MONDAY, JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Termination Date").
3. Rent. The Tenant will pay to the Landlord the total rent in the amount of $5700 (the "Rent") during the term of this
Agreement, payable in equal installments of $475 (the Rent) advance on the 1st day of each month, without a grace
period and without demand or offset until all installments of the Rent have been paid to the Landlord. The Rent will not
be prorated. The first rental payment is due upon the execution of this Agreement on the Effective Date. There will be no

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Rent increases through the initial term of the lease. The Landlord may increase the Rent at the time of renewal or during
any month-to-month renewal period by providing at least 30 days written notice to the Tenant.
The Tenant agrees to submit Rent payments online via www.cozy.co website using a bank account. The Tenant agrees not
to use credit card to pay Rent when using this website. The Tenant must sign up at this website within five days of
Agreement commencement and setup a recurring monthly Rent payment to be debited directly from the Tenants bank
account. The Landlord reserves the right, with reasonable notice to the Tenant, to change the Rent payment method.
Unless otherwise provided by applicable state statue, the Tenant obligation to pay Rent is an independent covenant and
not conditional upon the performance by the Landlord under this Lease. Unless otherwise provided by law, Rent may not
be withheld for any reason.
4. Lease Renewal. This Agreement is not constructed to be automatically renewed at the end of the term for which drawn,
however the intent to renew this Agreement by the Tenant will be assumed. All parties will need to sign a new agreement
in order to activate a renewal term. If the Tenant intends to vacate the Unit at the end of the Agreement term, the Tenant
must give at least sixty (60) days written notice prior to the end of this Agreement. If sixty (60) days notice of non-renewal
is not given prior to Agreement term, the Tenant is responsible for the equivalent Rent amount due for the sixty (60) days
after notice is given, even though this Agreement does not automatically renew.
5. Management. The Tenant is hereby notified that ASIM GHULAMANI is the Unit manager of the Unit. Should the Tenant
have any issues or concerns, the Tenant may contact ASIM GHULAMANI by one of the methods below:
Phone
Email

: (919) 351-8098
: SIRROCOH@HOTMAIL.COM

6. Roommates. The persons occupying and leasing the other exclusive spaces within the Unit (the Roommates) will also
be allowed to reside in the Unit. The Roommates have executed separate Agreement with the Landlord to occupy their
exclusive spaces and the Common Area of the Unit. The Tenant acknowledges that the Landlord has the right to assign a
roommate to any vacant exclusive space in the Unit before or during the term of this contract without notice and that the
Tenants right to occupy the Common Area is only as a co-occupant with the Roommates. The Tenant acknowledges that
whether or not the Roommates have been selected by the Tenant or by the Landlord, the Landlord is not responsible or
liable for any claims, damages or actions of any nature whatsoever relating to, arising out of or connected with disputes
between the Tenants and the Roommates or between Roommates.
7. Occupants. The only persons who may live on the Unit during the term of this Agreement are:
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
ROOMATES
The Tenant will occupy the Premises during the term of this Agreement and use the Premises for residential purposes
only. The Tenant may not have any guests in the Unit staying overnight or staying for any number days. If any guest or
person other than the Tenant and the Roommates stays overnight or occupies the Unit or any portion thereof for more
than a day without the prior written consent of Landlord, the Tenant will be liable to the Landlord for the amount $250
per day per unauthorized person. Payment by Tenant of this additional amount will not cure a breach of this section. The
Tenant is not allowed to occupy or use or allow another person to occupy or use an empty bedroom within the Unit. The
monthly base fee rate will be assessed to the Tenant if the Landlord deems that an empty bedroom is occupied or used.
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No proration will be applied to this assessment. This assessment for unauthorized use will be construed as liquidated
damages. The Tenant must obtain the prior written approval of the Landlord if an invitee or guest of the Tenant will be
staying overnight or present at the Unit for more than a day. The Tenant shall notify the Landlord of any anticipated
extended absence (more than 5 days) from the Unit no later than the first day of the extended absence.
8. Rent Acceleration. All monthly Rent owed for the remainder of the Agreement or extension period will be accelerated
without notice or demand and will automatically and immediately become due if the Tenant:
a. Moves out, begins the process of removing property as part of a move out or gives notice to the Landlord
(either orally or in writing) of intent to move out prior to expiration of the Agreement term or renewal period.
b. Fails to pay all Rent due for the entire term of the Agreement or Agreement extension period.
The occurrence of the actions set forth in a. and b. above will constitute a default by tenant for which the Landlord has no
duty to provide notice. Acceleration of remaining Rent will also occur when tenant is evicted or when the Tenant moves
out following a demand by the Landlord because of the Tenant default under the lease. This acceleration clause is subject
to the Landlords duty to mitigate damages.
9. Security Deposit. At the time of signing this Agreement, the Tenant must pay to the Landlord a security deposit in the
amount of equivalent to ONE MONTHSS RENT (the "Security Deposit"). The Security Deposit will be administered in
accordance with North Carolina Gen. Stat. 42-50 et. Seq. It may, in the discretion of the Landlord, be deposited in an
interest-bearing account with the bank or savings institution named below. Any interest earned upon the Security Deposit
will accrue for the benefit of, and will be paid to, the Landlord, or as the Landlord directs. Such interest, if any, may be
withdrawn by the Landlord from such account as it accrues as often as is permitted by the terms of the account.
Bank name
Bank address

: FIRST CITIZENS BANK


: 22 PARK DR RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK NC 27709

Upon any termination of the Tenancy herein created, the Landlord may deduct from the Tenant Security Deposit amounts
sufficient to pay: (1) any damages sustained by the Landlord as a result of the Tenant's nonpayment of Rent or
nonfulfillment of the initial term or any renewal periods, including the Tenant's failure to enter into possession; (2) any
damages to the Unit for which the Tenant is responsible; (3) any unpaid bills which become a lien against the Unit due to
the Tenant's occupancy; (4) any costs of re-renting the Unit after a breach of this Agreement by the Tenant; (5) any court
costs incurred by the Landlord in connection with terminating the Tenancy; and (6) any other damages of the Landlord
which may then be a permitted use of the Tenant Security Deposit under the laws of the State of North Carolina. No fees
may be deducted from the Tenant Security Deposit until the termination of the Tenancy. After having deducted the above
amounts, the Landlord shall, if the Tenant's address is known to him, refund to the Tenant, within thirty (30) days after
the termination of the Tenancy and delivery of possession, the balance of the Tenant Security Deposit along with an
itemized statement of any deductions. If the extent of the Landlord's claim against the security deposit cannot be
determined within 30 days, the Landlord will provide the Tenant with an interim accounting no later than 30 days after
termination of the Tenancy and delivery of possession of the Unit to the Landlord and shall provide a final accounting
within 60 days after termination of the Tenancy and delivery of possession of the Unit to the Landlord. If the Tenant's
address is unknown to the Landlord, the Landlord may deduct the above amounts and shall then hold the balance of the
Tenant Security Deposit for the Tenant's collection for a six-month period beginning upon the termination of the Tenancy
and delivery of possession by the Tenant. If the Tenant fails to make demand for the balance of the Tenant Security Deposit
within the six-month period, the Landlord shall not thereafter be liable to the Tenant for a refund of the Tenant Security
Deposit or any part thereof.
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10. Non-Sufficient Funds Fees. The Tenant will be charged a monetary fee of $25.00 (or the maximum allowed by law,
pursuant to North Carolina Gen. Stat. 25-3-506) as reimbursement of the expenses incurred by the Landlord for each
check that is returned to the Landlord for lack of sufficient funds. In addition, a check returned due to insufficient funds
will be subject to any and all late payments provisions included in this Agreement (if any). All charges will be immediately
due from the Tenant and failure to make immediate payment will constitute a default under the terms of this Agreement.
The Landlord reserves the right to demand future payments by cashier's check, money order or certified funds on all future
payments in the event of a check returned for insufficient funds. Nothing in this paragraph limits other remedies available
to the Landlord as a payee of a dishonored check. The Landlord and the Tenant agree that three (3) returned checks in
any 12 month period constitutes frequent return of checks due to insufficient funds and may be considered a just cause
for eviction.
11. Late Payments Fees. In the event that any payment required to be paid hereunder by the Tenant is not made within
five (5) days of when due, the Tenant will pay to the Landlord, in addition to such payment or other charges due hereunder,
a "late fee" in the amount of $84.75. The late fee will be due immediately without demand therefor and will be added to
and paid with the late rental payment. This is in accordance with North Carolina Gen. Stat. 42-26.
12. Summary Ejectment Fees. If a summary ejectment proceeding is instituted against the Tenant, in addition to any court
costs and past-due Rent that may be awarded, the Tenant shall be responsible for paying Landlord the relevant ComplaintFiling Fee, Court Appearance Fee or Second Trial Fee in accordance with NC General Statutes 42-46.
13. Collection Costs and Attorney's Fees. Should it become necessary for the Landlord to employ an attorney or collection
agency services to enforce any of the conditions or covenants hereof, including the collection of rentals or gaining
possession of the Unit, the Tenant agrees to pay all expenses so incurred, including a reasonable attorneys' fee. Collection
agencies currently charge 50%, which means that the debt would be doubled to cover this expense.
14. Lease Release. Unless the Tenant is entitled to terminate the Agreement under applicable statue, the Tenant will not
be release from this Agreement for any reason including but not limited to voluntary or involuntary school withdrawal or
transfer, voluntary or involuntary job transfer, marriage, divorce, separation, loss of employment, health issues or any
purchase of alternative housing. Death does not terminate this Agreement and any guarantor and/or your estate remain
liable.
15. Fines and Fees. The Tenant is responsible to pay the cost of all fines incurred due to the Tenants failure to adhere to
or the Tenants violation of any current or future city, county, state ordnances or the UNIVERSITY WOODS AT CENTENNIAL
CONDOMINIUMS UNITOWNERS ASSOCIATION governing laws/rules and regulations. Failure to pay fines will result in a
breach of this Agreement.
16. Carpet Cleaning Fees. The Tenant will pay $75 carpet cleaning fees, sixty (60) days prior to the termination date of
this Agreement. This fee is for single treatment. If additional treatments are deemed necessary, then the additional
amount will be deducted from the Security Deposit.
17. Other Fees. Following fees will be assessed if violation occurs:

Odors and Discoloration. It is further agreed and understood that said premises are rented to Tenant with no
detection or smell of smoke, pets or cooking. If any odor, discoloration to furnishings, cabinets, walls and ceiling
or any other odor (including cooking odor) is detected by Landlord at termination of Tenancy, then an additional

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deduction (than noted above) will be made from security deposit to repaint, clean and shampoo rugs (and
furniture) and hire contractors necessary to eliminate said odors and discoloration.
Noise. Noise is to be kept at a level not to disturb neighbors. If neighbors can hear the Tenant through the walls
that the Tenant is being too loud. If reported that noise levels or guests from the Unit are disruptive the Tenant
will be fined $100 for a noise violation.
Outside Maintenance. The Tenant is not responsible for any outside/grounds maintenance. However, if the
Tenant is discarding trash in common areas the Tenant will be fined $100.
Personal Belongings. Personal belongings are not allowed in the common areas and a fine of $100 will apply each
time personal belonging are found in the commons areas.
Lockouts. A charge of $100 for maintenance to unlock the Unit be charged from the Tenant prior to unlocking the
Unit.

18. Failure to Pay. The Tenant is hereby notified that a negative credit report reflecting on the Tenant's credit history may
be submitted to a credit reporting agency if the Tenant fails to fulfill the terms of their credit obligations, such as their
financial obligations under the terms of this Agreement. The Landlord may hire to collection agency services to report
negative credit and pursue any outstanding debt.
Note: If a negative report from a collection agency isn't bad enough, walking away from your Agreement could
leave you facing a lawsuit from the Landlord. The Landlord can sue you for unpaid Rent and fees or sue you for
breaking a legally binding agreement. If the Landlord wins the lawsuit, the court will grant a civil judgment in
the Landlords favor. Not only will the civil judgment leave you at the mercy of garnishment, levies and liens,
it also appears on your credit report as a public record and has a negative impact on your score. Unlike most
other debts, which the credit bureaus remove after seven and a half years, a judgment can continue to tarnish
your credit scores for 10 years or longer.
19. Utilities and Additional Appliances. Landlord will furnish the following utilities (through independent third party
providers)

Electricity (maximum $30 allowance per Tenant per month)


Water
Internet
Sewage and Garbage

If the electricity bill is in excess of $30 per Tenant per month, the excess charges will be equally divided amongst the
Tenant and the Roommates of the Unit. Your portion for the excess of the utility bill will be due within five (5) days upon
receipt of invoice. The Tenant agrees to pay the excess amount via www.cozy.com.
Landlord may bill Tenant for any increase in utility bills or other damages which Landlord, in his sole discretion, attributes
to said violation. Landlord is not liable for utility interruptions unless caused by non-payment of a utility bill owed by
Landlord of which Landlord had actual notice. If Landlord detect or suspect Tenant abuse of waste of any utilities paid by
Landlord, or if there is an increase in a utilities rate, Landlord have the right to notify Tenant of an increase in the base
Rent and after the date of such notice, Tenant is required to pay the higher charge. All utilities may be used only for normal
household purposes and must not be wasted. Landlord will not be liable for any interruptions surge or failure of utility
services in the apartment or any damages directly or indirectly caused by the interruption, surge or failure.

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20. Pet Policy. No animals (including mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, rodents, and insects) are allowed, even temporarily,
anywhere in or around the Unit unless the Landlord has provided authorization in writing. No animals of the guests are
allowed anytime in or around the Unit. If authorization is given, the Tenant may have to pay a non-refundable pet fee or
increased security deposit amount. A service animal will be authorized for disabled (handicapped) Tenant upon written
request and proof of disabled status and need for accommodation. If an unauthorized pet is found in your unit or on the
grounds under your care, you will be assessed a fine of $500 and the pet must be removed immediately. There will be an
additional $500 fine each the pet remains in the apartment after 48 hours.
21. Notice and Communication. Notice, requests, claims, demands and other communications under this Agreement will
not be deemed valid unless given or served in writing. Notices permitted or required to be given hereunder shall be
deemed sufficient if given by (a) registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, (b) private courier
service, or (c) electronic mail (email) at the appropriate address set forth below. Such addresses may be changed from
time to time by either party by providing notice as set forth below:
ASIM GHULAMANI
PAYMENT ADDRESS
SIRROCOH@HOTMAIL.COM
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603
HENRICKSENCHRIS@GMAIL.COM
22. Possession. The Tenant will be entitled to possession of the Unit on the first day of the term of this Agreement at
noon, and will yield possession to the Landlord on the last day, at noon, of the term of this Agreement, unless otherwise
agreed by both parties in writing. At the expiration of the term, the Tenant will remove its goods and effects and peaceably
yield up the Unit to the Landlord in as good a condition as when delivered to the Tenant, ordinary wear and tear excepted.
The Tenant acknowledges that the Landlords ability to provide the Unit in a timely fashion will depend upon the
availability of the Unit and that, even though the previous tenant residing in the Unit may be scheduled to move out, such
tenant may not move out in a timely fashion. If actual commencement of occupancy of the Unit is delayed, either by
construction, repair, make ready, or holdover by a prior tenant, the Landlord shall not be liable for damages by reason of
such delay, but the Rent will be abated per diem, and pro-rata, during the period of delay. Such delay will not affect any
of the other terms of this Agreement. If The Tenant doesn't move in once the Unit is ready, the Landlord may sue for
damages incurred by the Landlord (including attorneys fees associated with the collection of such damages including
attorneys fee in any court action in which Owner prevails) and The Tenant may forfeit any deposits or monies of The
Tenant in possession of the Landlord.
23. Conduct/Absences. The Tenant will occupy and use the Unit as a full-time residential dwelling unit. The Tenant will
notify the Landlord of any anticipated extended absence of five or more days from the Unit not later than the first day of
the extended absence. No retail, commercial or professional use of the Unit is allowed under any circumstances. The
failure to abide by the provisions of this section will constitute a material breach of this Agreement and is a just cause for
eviction.
The Tenants shall comply with all written rules and regulations furnished to the Tenant or posted in the common areas of
the Unit with respect to the Tenants conduct in, on and around the Unit. The tenant agrees that the Tenant or Tenants
guests or the Roommates or their respective guests shall not:

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be loud, obnoxious, disorderly, boisterous or unlawful


disturb or threaten the rights comfort , health , safety or convenience of anyone in or near the apartment
community
disturb or disrupt the business operations of the apartment community
engage in or threaten violence
display discharge or possess a gun knife or other weapon
possess, sell or manufacture illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia in the Unit or anywhere else at the property
operate a business in the Unit or at the property
bring or store hazardous materials in the Unit or at the property
be involved in or commit criminal activity including being arrested for a criminal offense involving actual or
potential physical harm to another person or involving possession , manufacture or delivery of a controlled
substance, marijuana or drug paraphernalia.

Additionally, the Tenant or the guests may not use on any part of the apartment or permanent grounds for candles,
kerosene lamps, heaters or water furniture. The Tenant and the guests may not cook on unit balconies, patios or anywhere
outside of the apartment except in any common area specifically designated for such use by the management. The Tena
shall maintain and clean all patios, the Premises and other areas which are reserved for the Tenants private or semiprivate use.
Garbage shall be disposed of only in appropriate receptacles. In the even that trash is not disposed of in appropriate
receptacles, The Landlord shall have the right to assess the Tenant and the Tenant shall be required to pay $25.00 trash
fee for each trash bag not placed in an appropriate receptacle.
In addition to the forgoing, The Tenant shall be responsible for keeping the Unit and Premises in a good and clean
condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted and shall be liable for and shall pay all costs and expenses for damages to
the Premises and Unit including but not limited to replacing or repairing all broken or damaged furnishings, furniture,
fixtures or damages to walls, ceilings, floors, carpets, doors or windows, regardless whether such damages are caused by
the Tenant or Tenants guests of the Roommates or Roommates respective guest and regardless whether the Tenant has
allowed a Roommate or another person to use or sleep in the Exclusive Space identified in this Agreement.
At any time during the term of this Agreement, the Landlord shall have the right to inspect the Unit and the Premises to
perform whatever cleaning services or inspection the Landlord deems appropriate. In the event he Tenant fails to comply
with the Tenants obligation under this Agreement to keep the Unit and the Premises in a good and clean condition, the
Landlord may hire a cleaning agency and charge the Tenant any reasonable cleaning costs.
24. Appliances. The following appliances will be provided by the Landlord:

Stove
Refrigerator
Dishwasher
Microwave
Washer
Dryer

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The Tenant will return all such items at the end of the term in a condition as good as existed at the beginning of this
Agreement.
25. Inspection of The Unit. Within five (5) days after occupancy, the Tenant shall submit to the Landlord an itemized list
of any reasonably apparent damages to the Unit present at the time occupancy began, including but not limited to any
evidence of moisture accumulation, mold, or mildew. This list shall be submitted in writing using the form, Move-In
Inspection Form. The Tenant acknowledges that Move-In Inspection Form has been provided by the Landlord. Resident
shall be responsible for any damages to the Unit not reported to the Landlord as such or reported after five days of
occupancy. The Landlord shall have five days from receipt of the Move-In Inspection Form to submit to the Tenant any
written objection.
The Tenant shall review and sign the two photo CDs provided by the Landlord at the time of Agreement signing. This CD
contains pictures of the condition of the Unit at the time of this Agreement. Within five (5) days after occupancy, the
Tenant shall submit one photo CD to the Landlord and keep the other for the Tenants record .
26. Parking. The Tenant shall display the parking identification permit provided by the Landlord at all times on the drivers
side of the front windshield of the Tenants vehicle (or on a conspicuous place on the Tenants vehicle if the vehicle does
not have a front windshield). The Landlord reserves the right to designate and control the method, manner and time of
parking in parking spaces in and around the property. The Tenant shall comply with all parking rules and instructions
posted by the Landlord. Neither the Tenant nor Roommates nor their respective guests , invitees, licensees, family or
others shall parking in No Parking Zones or other restrict areas. In addition to the other rights that the Landlord has to tow
vehicles in the apartment community pursuant to applicable law, the Landlord shall have the right to tow a vehicle that
does not display an unexpired license plate or registration insignia or valid inspection certificate. The Tenant is prohibited
to park cars in visitor/guest parking space. Guest parking spaces are only for visitors or a resident with a parking permit
(theres an additional fees for parking permit). UNIVERSITY WOODS AT CENTENNIAL CONDOMINIUMS UNITOWNERS
ASSOCIATION continuously monitors visitors parking spaces. If a fine is issued then the Tenant will be responsible to pay
the fine.
The Tenant hereby irrevocably constitute and appoint the Landlord or the Landlords agents as the Tenants attorney in
fact to remove any vehicle parked in violation of the Agreement, parking rules (posted or otherwise), or regulations to
store the vehicle, at the Tenants cost and expense, in such place or places at the Landlords sole discretion, may deem
proper, or to dispose of the vehicle in the manner provided by applicable law. No compensation shall be given for any loss
of parking spaces due to building or road construction or rehabilitation efforts by the Landlord or any government
authority.
27. Roof/Fire Escapes. Use of the roof and/or the fire escapes by the Tenant and/or guests is limited to emergency use
only. No other use is permitted, including but not limited to, the placement of personal Unit.
28. Keys and Locks. The Tenant is given 1 key for the Unit, 1 Bedroom and 1 key for the mail box. If all keys are not returned
to the Landlord following termination of the Agreement or Tenancy, the Tenant will be charged $100 fee. If a security
deposit was collected by the Landlord at the time of signing this Agreement, then such amount will be subtracted from
the Security Deposit. The Tenant is not permitted to change any lock or place additional locking devices on any door or
window of the Unit without the Landlord's approval prior to installation. If allowed, the Tenant must provide the Landlord
with keys to any changed lock immediately upon installation.

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29. Smoking. Smoking is prohibited in any area in or on the Unit, both private and common, whether enclosed or outdoors.
This policy applies to all owners, the Tenant, guests, employees, and service persons. The Tenant will be liable for any
damages caused to the Unit due to the Tenant or the Tenant's visitors or guests smoking in or on the Unit. Any violation
of this policy will be seen as a breach of this Agreement and the Landlord will be entitled to all remedies allowable by law
including eviction.
30. Smoke Detector. Pursuant to North Carolina Gen. Stat. 42-42 and 42-43, the Landlord will provide and install
operable smoke detectors, either battery-operated or electrical. The Tenant will notify the Landlord, in writing, of the
need for replacement of or repairs to a smoke detector. The Landlord will replace or repair the smoke detector within 15
days of receipt of notification if the Landlord is notified of needed replacement or repairs in writing by the Tenant. The
Landlord will ensure that a smoke detector is operable and in good condition at the beginning of the Initial Term of the
Tenancy. The Landlord will place new batteries in any battery-operated smoke detectors at the beginning of the Initial
Term of the Tenancy; the Tenant will replace the batteries as needed during the Tenancy.
The Tenant must immediately report detector malfunctions to the Landlord. If the Tenant damages or disables a smoke
detector or removes a battery without replacing it with a working battery, the Tenant maybe liable to the Landlord for
$100 plus one months Rent, actual damages and attorneys fees. The Tenant will also be liable to the Landlord and others
if malfunctions are not reported. The Tenant will be subject to liability for any lost, damage or fines resulting from fire,
smoke or water loss.
31. Winterizing. The Tenant agrees to adhere to the following winterize policies:

Utilities Should the Tenant not move into the Unit for any reason at the commencement of this Agreement then
the Tenant shall insure that the Unit is heated to ensure that no damage burst pipes is caused by freezing
temperatures in which case the Tenant will be responsible for damage caused to the Unit. This winterize policy
shall also apply should the Tenant move out prior to the termination of this Agreement. It is reiterated that the
Tenant must have the Unit set at appropriate temperature at all times during the term this Agreement. It shall be
the Tenant responsibility for all costs of damage to the Unit and all consequences to the Unit if the Tenant have
not taken all reasonable steps to ensure the Unit is winterized.

Minimum Temperature During winter time, the Unit temperature inside must be set to at least 65 degrees at
all times to keep pipes located in exterior walls from freezing. Do not turn off heat during the winter if going on
vacation or when the Unit is not occupied.

Maximum Temperature During warm temperatures, the Unit temperature inside must be set to, at the
maximum, 80 degrees at all times to prevent humidity from building up within the house. This protects the home
from mildew and musty odor. Do not turn off A/C during the warmer temperatures if going on vacation or when
the Unit is not occupied. The Tenant will be responsible for any damaged caused due to neglect of this policy.

32. Maintenance and Repairs. The Landlord will have the responsibility to maintain the Unit in good repair at all times
and perform all repairs necessary to satisfy any implied warranty of habitability. The Tenant shall promptly notify the
Landlord of any damage, defect or destruction of the Unit, or in the event of the failure of any of the appliances or
equipment. The Landlord will use its best efforts to repair or replace any such damaged or defective area, appliance or
equipment. The Tenant will be responsible for the cost of the repairs, included but not limited to the Unit, fixtures,
appliances, garbage disposal, sewage system and equipment, when the repairs are caused due to the Tenants misuse,

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waste, or neglect, or that of the Tenants family, agent, or visitor. Except in an emergency, all maintenance and repair
requests must be made in writing and delivered to the Landlord or the Unit manager. A repair request will be deemed
permission for the Landlord or the Unit manager to enter the Unit to perform such maintenance or repairs in accordance
with this Agreement unless otherwise specifically requested, in writing, by the Tenant. The Tenant may not place any
unreasonable restrictions upon the Landlord or the Unit manager's access or entry. The Landlord will have expectation
that the Unit is in a safe and habitable condition upon entry.
33. Sewer System/Drainage. The Tenant agrees that the sewer system of the Unit is in good working order, and that the
sewer system will accept normal household waste for which the sewer system is designed for. The Tenant agrees that the
sewer system of the Unit is not designed to accept many types of items, included but not limited to, paper diapers, sanitary
napkins, tampons, childrens toys, wads of toilet paper, balls of hair, grease, oil, table scraps, clothing, rags, sand, dirt,
rocks or newspaper. The Tenant agrees to pay for clearing the sewer drains of the Unit of any and all stoppages, except
for those stoppages which the Landlord will agree were caused by defective plumbing, tree roots, acts of nature, or which
are declared in writing to have been so caused by the plumber or other person who is called to clear the stoppage.
34. Garbage Disposal. The Tenant agrees that the sink garbage disposal of the Unit is in good working order, and that the
sink garbage disposal will accept normal food waste for which the sink garbage disposal is designed for. The Tenant agrees
that the sink garbage disposal of the Unit is not designed to accept many types of items, included but not limited to, hard
objects, such as bottle caps, tab tops, pits of fruit, food, fibrous materials such as cigarettes, paper, banana skins, etc. and
it will plug the disposal or cause damage. The Tenant agrees to pay for any repairs to the sink garbage disposal caused due
to the Tenants misuse, waste, or neglect, or that of the Tenants family, agent, or visitor.
35. Utility Bills/Service Contracts. The Tenant will pay directly for all utilities, services, and charges not provided by the
Landlord, including but not limited to additional cable service, telephone services, water, server and electricity. Except for
allocated or submetered utilities, all utilities and services paid for by the Tenant should be in Tenants name prior to the
Tenant moving into the Unit. All utilities and services shall be used for ordinary household purposes only. The Tenant shall
not allow any of the utilities to be cut off. To the fullest extent allowed by applicable law, in the event that that the Tenant
is required to pay for utilities and services and the electricity service is either not placed in the Tenants name or has been
switched from Tenants name, the Tenant shall pay to the Landlord all utilities and services which should have been paid
for by the Tenant. The Tenant shall promptly advice the Landlord if the Tenant receives notice from any applicable
authority for any disconnected utilities or services.
It shall be the Tenant responsibility to check to see which utilities services will be needed prior to movein. The Tenant is
fully responsible for all cost and all consequences for connection and disconnection of all utilities that include water,
garbage, electric, gas services, telephone, cable television, Internet providers and any other utility service. The Tenant is
responsible for turning off the water at the main valve when the Tenant will be away from the Unit for more than three
(3) nights. the Tenant must have utilities switched on at all times during this Agreement irrespective of move in and move
out dates. It shall be the Tenant responsibility for all costs of damage to the Unit and all consequences to the Unit if the
Tenant have not switched on the utilities or taken all reasonable steps to ensure the Unit is winterized.
36. Taxes. The Landlord shall pay all ad valorem taxes due and payable on the demised the Unit by all governmental taxing
authorities. The Tenant shall also pay all ad valorem taxes that may be due and payable to the governmental taxing
authorities on his or her personal the Unit, equipment, and fixtures placed and located within the demised the Unit.
37. Eviction, Default and Forfeiture clause. The Tenant will be in default of this Agreement if the Tenant fails to comply
with any material provisions of this Agreement by which the Tenant is bound. If the Tenant fails to make any payment of
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Rent when due, or neglects to perform or breaches any other covenant or condition herein set out to be performed or
observed by the Tenant, the Landlord may, at the Landlords sole discretion, and without any oral or written notice to the
Tenant, terminate the Tenancy. By the signing of this Agreement the Landlord(s) and the Tenant agree and understand
that the Landlord is fully authorized to file a summary ejectment on behalf of the Landlord(s) without any notification
when this Agreement and Addendums are breached.This Agreement waives the 10 day notice. If Rent is not received by
close of business on the 5th of the month, eviction process will begin immediately. No additional notice will be given.
Notice to quit possession and every other formality is hereby expressly waived by the Tenant in the event of default or
other breach. This section replaces and renders inapplicable the implied forfeiture and rental default cure provisions
currently appearing in Sections 42-3 and 42-33 of the North Carolina General Statutes.
Upon such termination of the Tenancy the Landlord may enter the dwelling and expel the Tenant there from without
prejudice to other remedies. If any debt is incurred by the Tenant as a result of the enforcement of this Agreement, and
debt is unpaid, the account may be turned over to a collection agency, at the sole discretion of the Landlord. For any
account turned over to a collection agency, the debt amount will be increased to cover the fee charged by the collection
agency. Collection agencies currently charge 50%, which means that the debt would be doubled to cover this expense.
38. Termination upon Sale of The Unit. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the Landlord may
terminate the Tenancy upon 30 days' written notice to the Tenant once the Unit has been sold.
39. Holding Over. If the Tenant fails to surrender the Unit or any portion thereof at the expiration or termination of this
Tenancy, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the parties, any such holdover shall be deemed to be a Tenancy-atsufferance and not a Tenancy-at-will or Tenancy from month-to-month. The Tenant will be subject to immediate eviction
without any notice and will be charged holdover Rent equivalent to $950 per month. Landlords acceptance of such Rent
shall not adversely affect Landlords other rights and remedies under this Agreement, including Landlords right to evict
the Tenant and to recover all damages. In no event shall any holdover be deemed a permitted extension or renewal of
this Agreement or Tenancy, and nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to constitute Landlords consent
to any holdover or give Tenant any right with respect to such holdover.
If Landlord is unable to deliver possession of the Unit to a new tenant or to perform improvements for a new tenant as a
result of Tenants holdover, the Tenant shall be liable to Landlord for any and all actual, special, and/or consequential
damages and lost profits arising from such holdover, including without limitation the loss of any prospective succeeding
Tenant for the Premises.
40. Military Termination. If The Tenant enters military service during the term of this Agreement or The Tenant, while in
military service, executes this Agreement and thereafter receives military orders for a permanent change of station or to
deploy with a military unit for a period of not less than 90 days, the Tenant shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement
in accordance with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (the "SCRA"). The qualifying Tenant under the SCRA must furnish
the Landlord with proof to establish that the Tenant qualifies for this limited exception. Proof may consist of any official
military orders, or any notification, certification, or verification from the servicemembers commanding officer, with
respect to the servicemembers current or future military duty status. Military permission for base housing does not
constitute a permanent change-of-station order. Oral notice is not sufficient. Any termination under this provision shall
become effective 30 days after the first date on which the next rental payment is due subsequent to the date when the
notice of termination is delivered. A co-Tenant that is not a dependent pursuant to the SCRA (which includes the
servicemembers spouse) cannot terminate this Agreement under this provision.

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In addition to the foregoing, pursuant to North Carolina GS 42-45, if The Tenant is a member of the United States Armed
Forces who is (i) transferred 50 miles or more from the Unit, or (ii) prematurely or involuntarily discharged or released
from active duty, the Tenant may terminate the tenancy by providing The Landlord with written notice of termination to
be effective on a date at least thirty (30) days after our receipt of the notice. Either a copy of the official military orders or
a written verification signed by the Tenants commanding officer must accompany the notice. (Letters authorizing base
housing do not constitute sufficient official military orders.)
41. Condition of The Unit. The Tenant stipulates, represents and warrants that the Tenant has examined the Unit, and
that they are at the time of this Agreement in good order, repair, and in a safe, clean and tenantable condition.
42. Alterations and Improvements. The Tenant will make no alterations to the buildings or improvements to the Unit or
construct any building or make any other improvements on the Unit or any part thereof including, but not limited to, the
balcony or overhang, or change or add any lock, without the prior written consent of the Landlord. No major appliances
(such as freezer, refrigerator, water cooler, stoves, cooker, also known as range, stove, oven, cooking plate, or cooktop
microwave oven, washing machine, clothes dryer, drying cabinet, dishwasher, air conditioner and water heater) must be
installed or stored in the Unit without Landlords written consent. The Tenant is not permitted to remove any Landlord
supplied appliances from the Unit. If any appliances are found missing, damaged, stained, broken, or worn beyond normal
wear and tear, Landlord shall replace the same at Tenant cost. The Tenant will not remodel or make any structural
changes, alterations or additions to the Unit, will not paper, paint or decorate, nor install, attach, remove, move or
exchange appliances or equipment such as air conditioning, heating, refrigerating or cooking units, washer, dryer,
microwave, dishwasher, radio or television antennae; nor drive nails or other devices into the walls or woodwork, nor
hang wall art/paintings, nor refinish or shellac wood floors without the prior written permission of the Landlord. Any of
the above-described work shall become part of the dwelling. Any and all alterations, changes, and/or improvements built,
constructed or placed on the Unit by the Tenant will, unless otherwise provided by written agreement between the
Landlord and the Tenant, be and become the Unit of the Landlord and remain on the Unit at the expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement. At any time, the Landlord may remove, at the Tenants sole cost and expense, any fixtures,
alterations, additions or the Unit which does not conform with this Agreement or any rules or regulations established by
the Landlord.
43. Hazardous Materials. The Tenant will not keep on the Unit any item of a dangerous, flammable or explosive character
that might unreasonably increase the danger of fire or explosion on the Unit or that might be considered hazardous or
extra hazardous by any responsible insurance company.
44. Damage to The Unit. If the Unit is damaged or destroyed as to render it uninhabitable, then either the Landlord or the
Tenant will have the right to terminate the Tenancy as of the date on which such damage occurs, through written notice
to the other party to be given within 20 days of occurrence of such damage. However, if such damage should occur as the
result of the conduct or negligence of the Tenant or the Tenant' guests or invitees, the Landlord will have the right to
termination of the Tenancy and the Tenant will be responsible for all losses, including, but not limited to, damage and
repair costs as well as loss of rental income.
45. Wild Animal Hazards. Resident acknowledges that Resident is aware that the Community contains or is located
adjacent to certain undeveloped Unit which may contain or harbor wild animals, snakes or insects. Do not feed these
animals. Resident is aware that wild animals present certain inherent and substantial hazards to persons and Unit. Despite
these hazards, Resident has chosen to Rent the Unit and hereby fully assumes the risk of these hazards. Owner and
Owners respective agents and employees shall not be liable for any injuries, claims, deaths, damages, or losses to persons
or Unit (including but not limited to pets or vehicles of Resident and Occupants and their respective guests and invitees)
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in any way caused by or related to wild animals which either reside within the Community or travel through the
Community. To this end, it is expressly understood and agreed by the parties that Owner and Owners representatives are
not insurers and that insurance covering personal injury and Unit loss or damage occurring on, in or near the Unit shall be
obtained by Resident to cover any injury, claim, death, damage or loss to Resident, or Residents guests or invitees may
incur or suffer. It is further understood
46. Pest Extermination. Tenant pays for own pest control and assumes the responsibility of keeping the lease Premises
free of infestation by roaches, insects, rodents, moths, and other vermin, and assume the risk of all damages there from.
The Landlord shall not be liable or responsible for damages or injury from such sources to personal property on the leased
Premises. Tenant shall not be responsible for termite infestation if said infestation is not a result of Tenant negligence.
Violation of this paragraph shall not only be a breach of this Agreement, but in addition, the Tenant agrees to reimburse
the Landlord for any cost of treatment, removal or the repair of damage to the Leased Premises or any expense that the
Landlord suffers by reason of any such violation. Tenant agrees to keep the Unit free from visible infestations of roaches,
ants, hornets, bees, mice and other pests.
47. Insurance. The Landlord requires that the Tenant maintain, at the Tenants sole expense, renters insurance during
the term of this Agreement and any subsequent renewal periods to help protect the Tenant, the Tenants the Unit and
the Landlords the Unit. The Tenant agrees to get renters insurance before occupying the Unit otherwise the Landlord
may deny entry to the Unit. The Tenant agrees to provide the Landlord with proof of all required insurance issued by a
licensed insurance company of the Tenants selection. The policy must provide a minimum of $100,000.00 liability. This
policy must also provide medical coverage. The Landlord reserves the right to terminate the Tenancy if you do not have
"Renters Insurance". The Landlord must be named as an Additional Certificate Holder only; this will gives constructive
notice if the policy has lapsed. The Landlord is not responsible for, and will not provide fire or casualty insurance for, the
personal the Unit (including any vehicles) of the Tenant or Occupants of the Unit. Neither the Landlord nor the Landlords
managing agent shall be liable to the Tenant, other Occupants of the Unit or their respective guests for any damage, injury
or loss to person or the Unit (furniture, jewelry, clothing, etc.) from fire, flood, water leaks, rain, hail, ice, snow, smoke,
lightning, wind, explosions, interruption of utilities or other occurrences unless such damage, injury or loss is caused
exclusively by the negligence of the Landlord. The Landlord has no duty to remove ice, sleet, or snow from any areas within
or around the Unit. The Tenant assumes all risks with respect to, and the Tenant is required to secure insurance to protect
against all of the above, as well as criminal activity of others. Unless prohibited by law, the Tenant waives any insurance
subrogation rights or claims against the Landlord, the Landlords managing agent or their respective insurers.
48. Landlord Access to The Unit. The Landlord and the Landlord's agents will have the right at all reasonable times during
the term of this Agreement and any renewal thereof to enter the Unit for the purpose of inspecting the Unit and all
buildings and improvements thereon. The Tenant will make the Unit available to the Landlord or the Landlord's agents for
the purposes of making repairs or improvements, for the purposes of periodic inspection to ensure Agreement terms are
being followed by the Tenant or to supply agreed services or show the Unit to prospective buyers or the Tenant, or in case
of emergency. Except in case of emergency, the Landlord will give the Tenant reasonable notice of intent to enter. For
these purposes, twelve (12) hour written notice will be deemed reasonable. The Tenant is made aware that an initial
inspection will be made by the Landlord six (6) weeks after the commencement of the Tenancy after which quarterly
inspections will be made.
49. Indemnity Regarding Use of The Unit. To the extent permitted by law, the Tenant agrees to indemnify, hold harmless,
and defend the Landlord from and against any and all losses, claims, liabilities, and expenses, including reasonable
attorney fees, if any, which the Landlord may suffer or incur in connection with the Tenant's possession, use or misuse of
the Unit, except the Landlord's act or negligence. The Tenant hereby expressly releases the Landlord and/or agent from
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any and all liability for loss or damage to the Tenant's roperty or effects whether on the Unit, garage, storerooms or any
other location in or about the Unit, arising out of any cause whatsoever, including but not limited to rain, plumbing
leakage, fire or theft, except in the case that such damage has been adjudged to be the result of the gross negligence of
the Landlord, the Landlord's employees, heirs, successors, assignees and/or agents.
50. Accommodation. The Landlord agrees to and is committed to complying with all applicable laws providing equal
housing opportunities. To ensure compliance, the Landlord will make reasonable accommodations for the known physical
or mental limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability who is an applicant or a the Tenant, unless undue
hardship would result. It is the applicant or the Tenant responsibility to make the Landlord aware of any required
accommodation. In writing, the individual with the disability should specify the nature and effect of the disability and any
accommodation he or she needs. If after thoughtful consideration and evaluation, the accommodation is reasonable and
will not impose an undue hardship, the Landlord will make the accommodation. The Landlord reserves the right to require
appropriate medical verification of the disability.
51. Compliance with Regulations. The Tenant will promptly comply with all laws, ordinances, requirements and
regulations of the federal, state, county, municipal and other authorities, and the fire insurance underwriters. However,
the Tenant will not by this provision be required to make alterations to the exterior of the building or alterations of a
structural nature.
52. Mechanics Liens. Neither the Tenant nor anyone claiming through the Tenant will have the right to file mechanics
liens or any other kind of lien on the Unit and the filing of this Agreement constitutes notice that such liens are invalid.
Further, the Tenant agrees to (1) give actual advance notice to any contractors, subcontractors or suppliers of goods,
labor, or services that such liens will not be valid, and (2) take whatever additional steps that are necessary in order to
keep the Unit free of all liens resulting from construction done by or for the Tenant.
53. Subordination of Lease. This Agreement is subordinate to any mortgage that now exists, or may be given later by the
Landlord, with respect to the Unit.
54. Assignment and Subletting. The Tenant shall not assign or sublet all or any portion of this Agreement or the Tenants
right to occupy the Unit to anyone without the Landlords prior written consent. In order to request assignment or
subletting, the Tenant must submit such request in writing to the Landlord. No assignment or subletting will be approved
unless:

new Tenant and a guarantor, if applicable, sign and submit the appropriate application documents as well as
undergo credit history and employment verification process and
the new Tenant and the guarantor, if applicable, are approved by the Landlord and
the Landlord, the new Tenant, the departing Tenant and any guarantor, if applicable, sign the appropriate
Amendment to Rental Contract and guaranty document (if applicable) and
the departing Tenant pays a one-time subletting fees of $500 and
the departing Tenant will owe all the rent and utility costs until the commencement of the new agreement

Unless the Landlord agrees otherwise in writing, the Security Deposit will automatically transfer to secure the performance
of the replacement and remaining Tenant under the Agreement governing their occupancy of the Unit. The departing
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remainder of the original Agreement term unless the Landlord has agreed otherwise in writing, even if a new agreement
is signed.
55. Hardwood Floor Protection. The Tenant will ensure that all objects and furniture over polished wooden floorboards,
vinyl, slate and/or parquetry flooring shall be fitted with felt pads or some other form of protective covering to prevent
damage to the surface. The Tenant agrees not perform floor cleaning with water or any other product other than the
wood maintenance cleaner and clean any water spillage.
56. Water Filled Equipment/Furniture/Trampolines. The Tenant agrees that trampolines or any water filled
equipment/furniture, such as but not limited to aquariums, water beds etc., are not permitted in the Unit.
57. Basic Maintenance. The Tenant is responsible for basic household maintenance, such as:

Replace burnt-out bulbs and fuses


Change air filters once in 45 days
Replace refrigerator water filter
Replace batteries of all the smoke alarms in the house once a year (if the occupancy is longer than a year)
Lawn watering as needed
Vacuuming carpet regularly
Cleaning the Unit regularly
Keeping the Unit clean and safe. Get rid of garbage in a clean and safe way.
Keeping the plumbing (sinks, toilet, bathtub) clean
Removing debris from drainage holes and access areas. Notify the Landlord of any blockage.
Ensuring public areas such as walkways and stairs are unobstructed and safe
Removing lint from the dryers lint trap periodically
Cleaning the in-sink garbage disposal
Cleaning the ovens, stove, and refrigerator periodically
Other basic house cleaning tasks

58. Extermination. The Tenant agrees to report any pest problem within five (5) days of possession. If not reported in
writing, it is agreed that premises has no infestation of any kind. Any future infestation of any kind will be the Tenants
responsibility. During Tenancy, the Tenant agrees to report any suspected or known termite infestation including but not
limited to bedbugs, wasps, roaches, mice, ants, fleas, rodents, or other pests. The Tenant will be held accountable if
infestation appears while the Tenant resides at the Unit. The Tenant agrees to reimburse the Landlord for expenses
including but not limited to attorney fees, pest management fees or any expense that the Landlord may incur as a result
of infestation in the Unit.
59. Satellite Dishes. The Tenant at no time will permanently install or attach a satellite dish, antenna, cabling or any other
associated products to the permanent structure of the exterior or interior of the building. No holes are allowed to be
drilled in the side of the building, window, woodwork, masonry or any other part of the structure for the express purpose
of pulling coaxial or other cabling for the installation of a satellite antenna/dish. A antenna/dish cannot be installed in any
public or semi-public yard, side-yard, walkway or other area. The installation of the antenna or satellite dish must conform
to local fire and safety codes and building codes. The Tenant shall be solely responsible for maintaining any antenna or
satellite dish installed and all related equipment. The Tenant must remove the antenna or satellite dish and other related
equipment when the Tenant moves out of the Unit; the Tenant will be responsible for paying for any damages and for the
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cost of repairs or repainting which may be reasonably necessary to restore the Unit to its condition prior to the installation
of the antenna or satellite dish or related equipment. The Tenant hereby releases, indemnifies and holds harmless the
Landlord as well as their respective affiliates, the Landlords, shareholders, partners, officers, directors, employees, agents,
successors and assigns from and against any and all obligations, liabilities, claims, losses or actions of any nature
whatsoever, whether in contract, in tort or otherwise relating to, arising out of, or in any way connected with the
installation, use or maintenance of an antenna or satellite dish in the Unit, including the balcony, balcony railing or patio
which may be deemed to be a part of the Unit. The Tenant shall pay, upon demand, the Landlord for any and all expenses,
exceeding ordinary wear and tear, arising out of or caused by the installation, use or maintenance of an antenna or satellite
dish.
60. Towing Policy. The Tenant understands and agrees to the following towing policy:

Resident Parking by Permit Only


Visitor Parking Lot Available
Towing Enforced 24 hours

The following situations constitute a parking violation necessitating the services of the contracted towing company:

Any vehicle that does not have a current state tag (license plate ) or tag that is visible
Any vehicle parked in a handicap parking space not displaying a state handicapped hang-tag or placard and
properly displaying a state license plate. The vehicle must also have a property parking decal or visitors pass
Vehicles double parked or taking up two spaces (including over the lines , making parking in adjacent spaces
difficult)
All vehicles must have current tags and inspection stickers and must be operable. Any vehicle not meeting the
aforementioned will be subject to towing
Any vehicle parked in reserved or preferred parking not displaying the inappropriate hang-tag placard or decal
Any vehicle that does not have a proper parking decal and is not parked in visitor/guest parking
Any vehicles that does not have an approved visitors pass and is not parked in visitor/guest parking

The Property has marked visitor/guest parking spaces. Residents must register their vehicle with the lease office and be
sure that the information is updated. The landlord reserves the right to have any vehicle violating parking rules towed at
the expense of the vehicle owner and the Landlord shall not be liable for any damage that may result from such towing.
The Tenant is responsible for the Tenants visitor and their actions at all times while on the property with or without a
vehicle.
61. Window Screens. The screens on the Unit are the Tenants responsibility. When the Tenant takes possession of the
Unit, the Tenant need to assess the condition of the exterior window screens for any broken, torn or bent screens and
note that condition on your Move-In inspection form. In the event that the Tenant discovers any damaged screens, the
Tenant will report them to the Landlord immediately. The screens will be repaired and form that point forward the screens
will be the Tenants responsibility.
62. Community Governing Laws. The Tenant confirms receipt of the community and homeowners association(s) ByLaws
and Rules/Regulation documents. The Tenant agrees to abide by the governing laws/rules and regulations set forth by
the UNIVERSITY WOODS AT CENTENNIAL CONDOMINIUMS UNITOWNERS ASSOCIATION.

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The Tenant agrees to be bound by and obligated to comply with all community and homeowners association(s) governing
documents and declarations. The Tenant agrees to obey such rules or future resolutions or amendment which may be
adopted by the community or association(s). If the Tenant, occupant, or any of the Tenants family or guests, breaks any
of the rules, the Tenant agrees to reimburse the Landlord for all fines, charges, or assessments the Landlord may be
required to pay as a result of the actions or inactions of the Tenant or may of the Tenants family or guests.
63. Authorization to Share Information. The Tenant hereby authorizes the Landlord to release any or all the information
of this Agreement and Addendums and any public information about the Tenant, in case of the following situations,
including but not limited to Agreement terms, Agreement start and termination dates, the Tenant names and relationship
to each other, the Pet information (if applicable), the Tenant contact information and emergency contact information;

The information is requested by UNIVERSITY WOODS AT CENTENNIAL CONDOMINIUMS UNITOWNERS


ASSOCIATION or a utility company.
The information is requested by a law-enforcement or public safety official in the performance of their duties with
or without court order or warrant.
The information is provided in the case of an emergency.
The information is requested by a court order or warrant.
The information is requested by any entity to verify the Landlords source of income.
The information is requested by the Buyer of the Unit or Buyers Agent.

64. Fire Safety. If you have never used a fireplace before, ask for instruction on how to use it

Do not store ashes in trash cans


Do not build a wood fire in a fireplace that has connections for gas logs
Do not use kerosene heaters
Do not use grills or anything that will burn (some city ordinances restricts additional usage of grills)
Do not use or storage of explosive or aerial fireworks, roman candles, and rockets or similar devices that includes
any firework found by the Fire Chief to be dangerous to the safety of any person or the Unit. All are strictly
prohibitedthe Tenant shall comply with North Carolina law.
Adhere to all local, city, state, and federal fire safety regulations.
Grills may be used with extreme caution, shall be used only in open air spaces, shall be placed ten feet from
building surfaces, and shall be located on a nonflammable surface. Fire pits or stoves may not be used on the Unit.

65. Notice to Move Out. Before moving out, you must give the Landlord advanced written notice of intent to move-out.
Notice of move will not release the Tenant from liability for the full term of the Agreement Contract or extended term.
Resident will still be liable for the entire Agreement term if move out occurs before Agreement expiration. Move out
notice requirements are as follows:

The Landlord must receive notice on or before 60 days written notice of residents move out date.
Your move-out notice must be in writing
Your move-out notice must not terminate the Agreement sooner than the end of the Agreement or renewal
period

Your move out notice will not be valid if it does not comply with the above requirements.
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66. Move Out. At the expiration of this Agreement or Tenancy or renewal period, the Tenant and all Occupants shall: (i)
vacate the Unit; and (ii) leave the Unit in a good and rentable condition. The Tenant shall remain responsible for removing
all personal items including, but not limited to, furniture, clothing, trash and food items. Any personal items left in or
about the Unit may subject the Tenant to additional costs to dispose of such items. The Tenant shall be responsible to the
Landlord for any damage to the Unit caused by the Tenant, other occupants or their respective guests or invitees (including
movers). If you displace a new the Tenant who was scheduled to move into the Unit by not moving out on or before your
scheduled date, you will be responsible for alternate housing and other costs for the displaced the Tenant.
67. Arrest or Criminal Violation. In the event that the Tenant, any member of the Tenants family, any visitor, other
licensee and or invitee is arrested by a law enforcement officer and charged with any criminal violation allegedly
committed, the Landlord shall have the right, without notice or demand therefore, to immediately terminate this Lease
and there upon shall be entitled to immediate possession of the leased Unit without regard to any contrary notices or
demand requirement under any separate provision of the Agreement. If in the Landlords sole discretion it becomes
necessary to file a court action due to the Tenants breach of the Agreement, The Tenant agrees to pay an administration
fee as well as any court costs incurred by the Landlord.
68. Barbecue/Grilling Agreement. In accordance with the Uniform Fire Code, the use or burning of any incinerator,
barbecue grill (propane, charcoal, electric or other), or similar device, within the Unit or on any decks, porches or balconies
inside the Unit or within (10) linear feet of any building or adjoining property line is strictly prohibited. City Fire Inspectors
will make random inspections to ensure that residents are in compliance with the city ordinance. In addition to
constituting a default under this Lease, citations may be issued by the City to those who violate the ordinance. Any
violation of this policy will result in a $100 fine per lease.
69. Co-Ed Agreement. The Tenant agrees and is aware that that the Tenant will be moving into a co-ed apartment. This
means that one or more Roommates will be of the opposite sex. The Tenant also acknowledges that by signing this
Agreement the Tenant releases the Landlord of any liabilities related to problems that may arise during the Tenants stay
or any Roommate matching conflicts.
70. Duty To Inform. The Tenant understands and agrees that in the event the Tenant or any occupant or guest or visitor
receives any citation or warning from a law enforcement officer or government official related to any regulated activity,
the Tenant shall provide the Landlord written notice within twenty-four (24) hours of the citation.
71. SMS and EMAIL Consent. The Tenant hereby authorizes the Landlord to send text messages and emails to the Tenant
provided on the Application Form and/or in this Agreement.
72. Verbal Representations and Waiver. Neither the Landlord nor any of the Landlords representatives have made any
oral promises, representations, or agreements. This Agreement is the entire agreement between the Tenant and the
Landlord. The Landlords representatives (including management personnel, employees, and agents) have no authority to
waive, amend, or terminate this Agreement or any part of it, unless in writing, and have no authority to make promises,
representations, or agreements that impose duties (including duties related to security issues) or other obligations on the
Landlord or the Landlords representatives unless in writing. The failure by the Landlord or the Landlords managing agent
to enforce any terms of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver by the Landlord or the Landlords managing agent of
the right to enforce the terms of this Agreement at any subsequent time. The acceptance of Rent due after any default
shall not be construed to waive any right of the Landlord or affect any notice given or legal action commenced.

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73. Governing Law. This Agreement will be governed, construed and interpreted by, through and under the Laws of the
State of North Carolina.
74. Waiver and Severability. The failure of either party to enforce any provisions of this Agreement will not be construed
as a waiver or limitation of that party's right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision
of this Agreement. If any provision of this Agreement or the application thereof will, for any reason and to any extent, be
invalid or unenforceable, neither the remainder of this Agreement nor the application of the provision to other persons,
entities or circumstances will be affected thereby, but instead will be enforced to the maximum extent permitted by law.
If it is found that any part of this Agreement and Addendum(s) conflict with Federal, State or County laws governing the
Landlord the Tenant relations, public health and safety, etc., then those laws will take precedence. However, all parts of
this Agreement and Addendum(s), which are NOT in conflict, will still be valid and enforceable.
75. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence with respect to the execution of this Agreement.
76. Rental Application. The Tenant represents and warrants that all statements in the Tenant's rental application are
accurate. Any misrepresentations will be considered a material breach of this Agreement and may subject the Tenant to
eviction. The Tenant authorizes the Landlord and any broker to obtain the Tenant's credit report and perform background
search periodically during the Tenancy in connection with the modification or enforcement of this Agreement. The
Landlord reserves the right to terminate the Tenancy (i) before occupancy begins, (ii) upon disapproval of the credit
report(s), or (iii) at any time, upon discovering that information in the Tenant's application is false.
77. Additional Provisions. The Tenant acknowledges that the following addenda are considered part of this Lease. The
Tenant understands the addenda, agrees to have received and reviewed the addenda and agrees to comply with them.

Bedbug Addendum
Internet Addendum
Mold Addendum
Cosigner Addendum

78. Grounds for Termination of Tenancy. The failure of the Tenant, guests and invitees of either the Tenant or guests to
comply with any term of this Agreement is grounds for termination of the Tenancy, with procedures as required by law.
The Tenant acknowledges and understands that the Landlords acceptance of partial Rent or partialhousing subsidy will
not waive the Tenants breach of this Agreement or limit the Landlords rights to evict the Tenant through a summary
ejectment proceeding, whether filed before or after the Landlords acceptance of any such partial Rent or partial housing
subsidy.
79. Bankruptcy. If any bankruptcy or insolvency proceedings are filed by or against the Tenant or if the Tenant makes any
assignment for the benefit of creditors, the Landlord may, at his option, immediately terminate the Tenancy, and reenter
and repossess the Unit, subject to the provisions of the Bankruptcy Code (11 USC Section 101, et. seq.) and the order of
any court having jurisdiction thereunder.
80. Entire Agreement. This document constitutes the entire Agreement between the Tenant and the Landlord. This
Agreement cannot be modified except in writing and must be signed by all parties. Neither the Landlord nor the Tenant
have made any promises or representations, other than those set forth in this Agreement and those implied by law. The

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failure of the Tenant or its guests or invitees to comply with any term of this Agreement is grounds for termination of the
Tenancy, with procedures as required by law.
81. Binding Effect. The provisions of this Agreement will be binding upon and inure to the benefit of parties and their
respective legal representatives, successors and assigns.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Landlord and the Tenant have executed this Agreement in the manner prescribed by law as
of the Effective Date.

Landlord:

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ASIM GHULAMANI

Date: __________________

Tenant:

___________________________________
CHRIS HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Co-Signer:

___________________________________
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

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This Addendum is incorporated into and made part of the Lease Agreement (the "Agreement") entered on SATURDAY,
JULY 09, 2016 (the "Effective Date") by and between ASIM GHULAMANI (the "Landlord") and the following Tenant/CoSigner for the property 3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603 (the "Unit") for the lease term
MONDAY, AUGUST 01, 2016 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Start Date") to MONDAY, JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:00PM (NOON)
(the "Termination Date"):
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

(the "Tenant")
(the "Co-Signer")

1. Addendum Goal. The goal of this addendum is to prevent a Bedbug infestation and an action plan to follow if
bedbugs are found in the Unit. Following a systematic plan will ensure that issue is mitigated quickly and will protect
other Tenant, family members, and guests. Every effort is made to protect Tenant from the social embarrassment
associated with having a bedbug infestation. Because self-treatment poses extreme dangers to Tenant and family, we
require that a licensed pest management professional be engaged to help respond and treat infested units. Without full
cooperation of Tenant, this treatment program will not be successful. Because involving a pest management
professional in the eradication plan is very difficult and costly, we require Tenant to cooperate fully in both the
prevention and in the treatment solution and policies relating to controlling bedbug infestations.
2. Bedbug Free Unit. Landlord and Tenant agrees that the unit is bedbug free at the time of the original move-in date.
3. Prevention. Tenant agrees to the following responsibilities to prevent the Unit from any infestation:

Agrees that all furnishings and personal properties to be moved into the premises are free of bedbugs.
Agrees to prevent and control possible infestation by adhering to the below list of responsibilities for the
duration of the tenancy:
Agrees to perform inspections of items entering the Unit. Such inspections include but not limited to (i) Check
for hitch-hiking bedbugs, (ii) if Tenant stays in a hotel or another home, then the Tenant must properly inspect
clothing, luggage, shoes and personal belongings for signs of bedbugs before re-entering the Unit, (iii) check
backpacks, shoes and clothing after using public transportation or visiting theaters, (iv) after guests visit, inspect
beds, bedding and upholstered furniture for signs of bedbug infestations.
Agrees that all purchases made of used furniture, bedding, luggage, clothing, shoes, and other personal
belongings will not be brought onto the property until after inspection and written certification that such items
are bedbug free. Inspection to be performed by a pest control professional.
Agrees that rented furniture will not be brought onto the property until after inspection and written certification
that such items are bedbug free and agrees to cooperate with pest control efforts.

4. Reporting. Tenant will report any signs of bed bugs immediately and will not wait as infestation can spread to other
areas and to other units. Report any maintenance needs immediately as bed bugs can enter through the smallest of
cracks, crevices and other openings. Tenant understands that even a few bedbugs can rapidly multiply to create a major
infestation that can spread to other units and agrees to give the Unit for inspection within 24 hours of notice.
5. Compliance. Tenant agrees to comply with recommendations and requests from the pest control specialist prior to
professional treatment including but not limited to:

Place all bedding, drapes, curtains and small rugs in plastic bags for transport to laundry or dry cleaners.

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Heavily infested mattresses are not salvageable and must be sealed in plastic and disposed of properly. Empty
dressers, night stands and closets. Remove all items from floors and bag all clothing, shoes, boxes, toys, etc. Bag
and tightly seal washable separately from non-washable items. Used plastic bags must be disposed of properly.
Wash all machine-washable bedding, drapes, and clothing, etc. on the hottest water
temperature and dry on the highest heat setting. Items that cannot be washed must be taken to a dry cleaner
who MUST be informed of the issue. You must safely discard ALL items that cannot be decontaminated.
Vacuum all floors, including the inside of closets. Vacuum all furniture including inside
drawers and nightstands, mattresses and box springs. Take the vacuum cleaner outside, and then carefully
remove vacuum bags, sealing them tightly in plastic and discarding of properly. Use a brush attachment to
dislodge eggs.
Move furniture toward the center of the room so that technicians can easily treat carpet and floor edges where
bedbugs congregate, as well as walls and furniture surfaces. Items must be removed from the closets to allow
for treatment. Attics and basement must be cleared. All items off the floors and bagged.

6. Expenses Incurred. Tenant will be held accountable if bed bugs appear while Tenant resides at the Unit. Tenant
agrees to reimburse the Landlord for expenses including but not limited to attorney fees, pest management fees or any
expense that the Landlord may incur as a result of infestation of bed bugs in the Unit.
7. Default. Any Default of this Addendum by Tenant shall entitle Landlord to pursue all rights and remedies available
under this Addendum, the Lease, or applicable law including, but not limited to, terminating Tenants right to possession
of the premises for material non-compliance. The following will be considered material non-compliance of the Lease and
Addendum:

Refusal to execute and adhere by this Addendum.


Failure to promptly notify the Landlord of the presence of bedbugs or failure to adequately prepare for
treatment in the sole discretion of the pest control professional.
Refusal to allow the Landlord to inspect the premises or act in a way that that prevents treatment of the Unit or
potentially exasperates or increases the bedbug issue.

8. Interpretation. Whereas the terms of North Carolina Residential Lease Agreement and the Bedbug Addendum
conflict, the most stringent of terms will be the prevailing enforcement.
By signing below, the undersigned Tenant(s) agree and acknowledge having read and understood this addendum.
Landlord:

___________________________________
ASIM GHULAMANI

Date: __________________

Tenant:

___________________________________
CHRIS HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Co-Signer:

___________________________________
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

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This Addendum is incorporated into and made part of the Lease Agreement (the "Agreement") entered on SATURDAY,
JULY 09, 2016 (the "Effective Date") by and between ASIM GHULAMANI (the "Landlord") and the following Tenant/CoSigner for the property 3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603 (the "Unit") for the lease term
MONDAY, AUGUST 01, 2016 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Start Date") to MONDAY, JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:00PM (NOON)
(the "Termination Date"):
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

(the "Tenant")
(the "Co-Signer")

1. Addendum Goal. The goal of this addendum is for the Co-signer to guarantee the payments as outlined below for the
Tenant.
2. Cosigner Liability. Co-signer shall be jointly and severally liable along with the Tenant for all obligations stipulated in
the Agreement, and any other subsequent agreements, between the Tenant and the Landlord. Under the terms of this
Cosigner Agreement, the Co-signer has no intention of occupying the dwelling. The Co-signer understands that he or she
may be required to pay for rent, charges, cleaning and repair costs for damages in such amounts as are incurred by the
Tenant under the terms of this agreement if and only if, the Tenant fails to pay. If Co-signer does not cover Tenants
obligations in a specified period of time, the the Landlord may pursue legal options to obtain a judgment against both
the Tenant and the Co-signer. In addition, the the Landlord may pursue collection procedures and recover debt from
both parties as well as report the debt of both the Tenant and Co-signer to all three credit bureaus. If the Landlord,
Tenant and Co-signer are involved in legal proceedings, the prevailing party shall recover reasonable attorney fees, court
costs and reasonable costs necessary to collect and report a judgment.
Co-Signer agrees to unconditionally, absolutely and continuously guarantee the performance by the Tenant of all
obligations under the Rental Agreement and any future renewals, including but not limited to timely payment of rent
and any other financial obligations due to the Landlord. The liability of Co-Signer is direct and unconditional and may be
enforced without first requiring Landlord to exercise, enforce or exhaust any right or remedy against occupant. Co-signer
acknowledges that the Lease Agreement has been fully explained to me including all applicable fees and late charges.
3. Cosigner Obligation and Suretyship Waiver. Co-Signer agrees that this addendum shall remain in full force and effect
without regard to, and shall not be released, discharged or in any way impaired by:

any amendment or modification of, or supplement to, or extension or renewal of the Lease Agreement;
any exercise or non-exercise of any right, power, remedy, or privilege under or in respect of the Lease
Agreement or this Co-signer addendum or any waiver, consent or approval by Landlord with respect to any of
the covenants, terms, conditions or agreements contained in the Lease or any indu lgences, forbearance or
extensions of time for performance or observance allowed to Tenant from time to time and for any length of
time; or
any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, arrangement, readjustment, composition, liquidation or similar
proceeding relating to the Tenant, Co-Signer, or their properties or creditors.

Co-Signer does hereby expressly waive any suretyship defense it may have by virtue of any statute, law, and ordinance
of any state or other governmental authority.

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4. Continued Guarantee. Co-Signer recognizes that Landlord has agreed to rent to renter only because of this guarantee
and that the continued validity of this guarantee is a material term of the Lease Agreement. The Cosigner may not cancel
this agreement to avoid liability for any current or past tenant of applicant. However, the Cosigner expressly
acknowledges that future liability may be avoided for future tenancies if the Cosigner provides the Landlord written
notice no less than ninety (90) days before either the applicant's original lease is renewed or before the start of a new
tenancy by the applicant.
In the event Co-Signer terminates this guarantee, or this guarantee is no longer enforceable for any reason, Landlord
may terminate the Lease Agreement with the Tenant.
5. Renewal and Modification Of Lease Agreement. This addendum shall not be affected by any subsequent alteration,
modification, extension or renewal of the Lease Agreement, and the terms and conditions herein shall remain in full
force an effect for so long as the Tenant maintains a leasehold interest in the Unit, unless otherwise agreed upon in
writing by the parties hereto.
6. Interpretation. Whereas the terms of North Carolina Residential Lease Agreement and the Cosigner Addendum
conflict, the most stringent of terms will be the prevailing enforcement.
By signing below, the undersigned Tenant(s) and Cosigner agree and acknowledge having read and understood this
addendum.

Landlord:

___________________________________
ASIM GHULAMANI

Date: __________________

Tenant:

___________________________________
CHRIS HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Co-Signer:

___________________________________
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

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This Addendum is incorporated into and made part of the Lease Agreement (the "Agreement") entered on SATURDAY,
JULY 09, 2016 (the "Effective Date") by and between ASIM GHULAMANI (the "Landlord") and the following Tenant/CoSigner for the property 3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603 (the "Unit") for the lease term
MONDAY, AUGUST 01, 2016 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Start Date") to MONDAY, JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:00PM (NOON)
(the "Termination Date"):
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

(the "Tenant")
(the "Co-Signer")

1. Addendum Goal. The goal of this addendum is to outline internet usage policy and rules for the Tenant. This internet
usage agreement (the Internet Agreement) represents the complete agreement and understanding between the
Landlord and the Tenant for the use of internet access (the Service) provided by the Landlord. The Tenants use of the
Service shall constitute the Tenants acceptance of the terms and conditions of the Internet Agreement. Upon notice the
Landlord may modify these terms and conditions, and amplify them, as well as discontinue or change the Service being
offered. The Tenants use of the Service after modification shall constitute tenants acceptance of the modifications.
2. Service Description. The Landlord agrees to provide non-exclusive, dedicated standard internet access to the Tenant
during the Lease Term and subject to the terms and conditions of this Addendum.
3. Service Rates and Charges. The Service is provided free of charge as a convenience to the tenant and is not provided
as a service with economic value
4. Terms and Conditions. The Tenant is required to review and acknowledge the understanding of the Internet
Agreement by signing below (whether connecting or not). If additional issues arise, related to networking/internet use
or access, the Agreement may be modified to address the issue and shall also apply. By signing, the Tenant hereby
declares that he/she has read, understands, and will abide by the terms and the conditions of the Internet Agreement as
listed in this document. The Tenant is not required to connect; however, the Tenant must declare the intent with the
Landlord even if they dont have a computer. Future connection is allowed upon receiving written notification from the
Landlord. Furthermore, the Tenant understands that failure to abide by these conditions and agreements may result in
the forfeiture of network or internet privileges at this apartment and the Tenant will be responsible for any and all costs
incurred by the Landlord because of any violations. The Tenant understands that the Landlord will take aggressive action
if anyone is found in violation of the terms and conditions of this agreementincluding potential default of housing
contract, eviction, and loss of rent and/or fees paid. The Tenant and Landlord agrees that the internet access is offered
as a convenience only and termination of such access for any reason shall not constitute a default on the part of
Landlord or give raise to any claim by Tenant for termination of the lease or for damages.
By signing this agreement the Tenant agrees to the terms and conditions of this agreement as they apply to any
connection to the network and/or Internet provided at this property during contract term or occupancy. If need to
connect changes at any time, then the Tenant understands that this agreement must be updated with the Landlord prior
to establishing any type of physical or wireless connection, access, etc. In providing an internet connection to the Tenant
the Landlord cannot guarantee a connection for many reasons. (i.e.networks and the Internet are always vulnerable to
malicious viruses, worms, etc. that can cause serious harm to a computer, network, and/or can lock up Internet access,
etc.). In order to help protect the Tenant and the Roommates from such issues, the Landlord find it necessary to take a
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Service is a service whereby a tenant may gain direct high speed access to the Internet via an Ethernet wall jack in a
tenants rental unit, where provided.
5. Abuse and Fraud. The Tenant agrees not to do the following
post or transmit any unlawful, obscene or pornographic information of any kind, including without limitation any
transmissions constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal office, give rise to civil liability,
or otherwise violate any local, state, national, or international law, including without limitation the U.S. export
control laws and regulations.
Post or transmit any information or software, which contains a virus, worm, cancelbot, or other harmful
component; copy, upload, post, publish, transmit, reproduce, or distribute in any way, information, software or
other material obtained through the Internet which is protected by a copyright or other proprietary right or
derivative works with respect thereto, without obtaining permission of the copyright owner or right holder (this
includes but is not limited to downloading music, photos, movies, or video files);
Abuse or fraudulently use the internet in any way not specifically set forth above;
Assign, sublet or resell the service or give access to others. Home or serve any domain(s) or sub-domain(s) or
Participate in spam. Spamming is not allowed under any circumstances.
6. Connect Only When Authorized. The Tenant agrees that the Tenant will not connect to the network/internet
provided at the Unit until the Tenant have signed the Internet Agreement.
7. Connect Only Authorized Equipment. When authorized, the Tenant will only connect one computer, one phone and
one tablet to the internet. The Tenant will not use or be allowed to use any hubs, switches, routers, servers, wireless
connections, etc. without specified written permission from the Landlord.
8. Disconnect Policy. Upon verbal or written request of the Landlord, the Tenant will immediately disconnect (physically
unplug, and/or disable any and all connection(s) to the Network/Internet services at the Unit). The Tenant will remain
continuously disconnected until receiving clear authorization to reconnect from the Landlord. Furthermore, the Tenant
agrees to physically disconnect from the network, or allow such disconnection by the Landlord (if required), in order to
facilitate maintenance issues or so management can identify/address network or virus related issues, etc.
9. Anti-Virus Software Agreement. The Tenant agrees to install, use, maintain, and keep constantly updated, a
commercial virus protection software (and all related/current virus definitions) at all times (if the Tenant declare that
the Tenant will connect). Such software must be capable of scanning for and repairing potential software viruses,
worms, spyware, and etc. that may be introduced from time to time through media, email, or other internet/network
transmissions, etc. The Tenant will provide evidence (or immediately demonstrate compliance) of this activated
software prior to connection and/or at any time requested by the Landlord. If this agreement is signed by the Tenant,
the Landlord may also assume that the software is active and current and the Tenant is aware of the serious
consequences for even a so call temporary connection test or other such temporary violations.
10. Monitoring Agreement. The Tenant understands and agrees that if the Tenant connects to the network/internet,
using the services or equipment installed or provided at the Unit, the Tenant's network/internet activity will be

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monitored and recorded in an effort to maintain the appropriate operation of the network, ensure compliance with the
contract and to ensure compliance with any of the provisions stated herein or as required by applicable law. Monitoring
reports may be turned over to the appropriate authorities as identified by the Landlord if violations are suspected.
7. Cooperation and Assistance. The Tenant agrees to cooperate, assist, and not encumber or threaten the Landlord, in
the process of identifying potential access or use violations as noted in this agreement. Furthermore, the Tenant agrees
to immediately report to the Landlord, any tenant that is violating this agreement or attempting to access the
computers of any Roommates on the network of this Unit or in any other way disrupting the network or common
area/computers/equipment of this Unit. Attempts to hack into the network or failure to follow specific set-up
instructions may be considered a default.
8. Sharing. The Tenant will not activate, allow to be activated, nor use the SHARING features of his/her computer
operating system (or similar programs), to access or view the computer or equipment of another tenant in the Unit,
including the following: Sharing of printers, sharing of data or program files, sharing of media files, storage of files or
data on the computer of another tenant (using the network), etc. if sharing is identified, the Tenant will immediately
notify the Landlord so that the issue can be resolved. Use of peer to peer software such as bittorrent, napster etc. are
not allowed unless required by an educational institution.
11. File Uploading and Downloading. The Tenant understands and agrees that the Tenant will not participate in the
uploading, downloading, or transferring of any copyrighted media (audio files, music files, video files, software, pictures,
photos, data, SPAM mail, etc.) Of particular concern is transfer of large data files, spam, and the sharing of music and
video type filesthis is strictly prohibited (legal or illegal, copyrighted or not copyrighted) as it occupies and dramatically
slows the network services for the Roommates. The Tenant shall immediately report any violations.
12. Hold Harmless. The Tenant understands and agrees that the Landlord is not responsible for damage that may result
from connection, access, or use to the network/internet and as such will hold harmless said parties for any damage,
emotional trauma, loss, or inability to connect (i.e. equipment damage, ISP provider issues/service, electrical
surges/spikes, electrical outages, content viewed or accessed, inability to access on-line even if for school
classes/testing, etc.).
13. Common Areas and Equipment. The Tenant agrees to apply these same rules when using the common area,
computer, or equipment located at the Unit. The Tenant will not alter or tamper with any of the network/internet
related jacks or other equipment.
14. As Is Service. The Tenant understands that the internet service provided is an AS IS service for the Tenant and that
no refunds will be issued if the service fails or connections cannot be maintained.
15. Internet Content. Tenant understands that the internet contains unedited materials some of which are sexually
explicit or may be offensive to some people. The Tenant access such materials at their own risk. The Landlord has no
control over and accepts no responsibility whatsoever for such material.
16. Blocked Content. The Tenant understands and agrees that the Landlord will block websites that are in violation of
this agreement including but not limited to pornographic websites, websites promoting infringement of intellectual
property rights such as illegal downloading of music, software, movies, videos

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17. The Service Provided. The service is provided on an as is basis and as available basis without warranties of any
kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to warranties of title, non-infringement, or implied
warranties or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or guarantee minimum and/or maximum bandwidth.
No advice or information given by the Landlord, its affiliates or its contractors or their respective employees shall create
a warranty. Neither the Landlord, its affiliates or its affiliates warrants that the service shall be uninterrupted or error
free or that any information, software or other material accessible on the service is fee or virus, worms, Trojan horses,
or other harmful components.
18. Indemnification. Under No Circumstances shall the Landlord, its affiliates or its contractors be liable for any direct,
indirect, incidental, special, punitive or consequential damages that result in any way from customers use of or inability
to use the service or to access the internet or any part thereof, or Tenants reliance on or use of information, services or
merchandise provided on or through the service, or that result from mistakes, omissions, interruptions, deletion of files,
errors, defect, delays in operation, or transmission, or any failure of performance. The Tenant shall indemnify, defend
and hold harmless the Landlord from and against any and all losses, liabilities, damages, costs of suit, attorneys fees and
any other expenses which may be incurred by or asserted against Landlord or its partners in connection with the
Tenants use of the Internet Access.
19. Default. Any Default of this Addendum by Tenant shall entitle Landlord to pursue all rights and remedies available
under this Addendum, the Lease, or applicable law including, but not limited to, terminating Tenants right to possession
of the premises for material non-compliance. The following will be considered material non-compliance of the Lease and
Addendum:

Refusal to execute and adhere by this Addendum.


Failure to promptly notify the Landlord of the presence of bedbugs or failure to adequately prepare for
treatment in the sole discretion of the pest control professional.
Refusal to allow the Landlord to inspect the premises or act in a way that that prevents treatment of the Unit or
potentially exasperates or increases the bedbug issue.

20. Interpretation. Whereas the terms of North Carolina Residential Lease Agreement and the Internet Addendum
conflict, the most stringent of terms will be the prevailing enforcement.
By signing below, the undersigned Tenant(s) agree and acknowledge having read and understood this addendum.
Landlord:

___________________________________
ASIM GHULAMANI

Date: __________________

Tenant:

___________________________________
CHRIS HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Co-Signer:

___________________________________
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

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This Addendum is incorporated into and made part of the Lease Agreement (the "Agreement") entered on SATURDAY,
JULY 09, 2016 (the "Effective Date") by and between ASIM GHULAMANI (the "Landlord") and the following Tenant/CoSigner for the Unit 3770 PARDUE WOODS PL UNIT 301 RALEIGH NC 27603 (the "Unit") for the lease term MONDAY,
AUGUST 01, 2016 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the "Start Date") to MONDAY, JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:00PM (NOON) (the
"Termination Date"):
CHRIS HENRICKSEN
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

(the "Tenant")
(the "Co-Signer")

1. Addendum Goal. The goal of this addendum is to prevent mold growth and an action plan to follow if mold is found
on the Unit. Following a systematic plan will ensure that issue is mitigated quickly and will protect other Tenant, family
members, and guests. Mold is found virtually everywhere in our environment both indoors and outdoors and in both
new and old structures. Molds are naturally occurring microscopic organisms that reproduce by spores and have existed
practically from the beginning of time. All of us have lived with mold spores all of our lives. Without mold we would all
be struggling with large amounts of dead organic matter. Mold breaks down organic matter in the environment and uses
the end product for its food. Mold spores (like plant pollen) spread through the air and are commonly transported by
shoes, clothing and other materials. When excess moisture is present inside a dwelling mold can grow. There is
conflicting scientific evidence as to what constitutes a sufficient accumulation of mold, which could lead to adverse
health affects. Nonetheless, appropriate precautions need to be taken..
2. Mold Free Unit. Landlord and Tenant agrees that the unit is mold free at the time of the original move-in date.
3. Prevention. In order to minimize the potential for mold growth in your dwelling, you must do the following:

Keep your dwelling clean particularly in the kitchen, the bathrooms, carpets and floors. Regular vacuuming,
mopping, and using a household cleaner to clean hard surfaces is important to remove the household dirt and
debris that harbor mold or food for mold immediately throw away moldy food.
Remove visible moisture accumulation on windows, walls, ceilings, floors and other surfaces as soon as
reasonable possible. Look for leaks in washing machine hoses and discharge lines especially if the leak is large
enough for water to infiltrate nearby walls. Turn on any exhaust fans in the bathroom and kitchen before you
start showering or cooking with open pots. When showering, be sure to keep the shower curtain inside the tub
or fully close the shower doors. Also,
the experts recommend that after taking a shower or both, you: (1) wipe moisture off of shower walls, shower
doors, the bathtub and the bathroom floor; (2) leave the bathroom door open until all moisture on the mirrors
and bathroom walls and tile surfaces has dissipated; and (3) hang up your towels and bath mats so they will
completely dry out.
c) Promptly notify us in writing about any air conditioning or heating system problems you discover. Follow our
rules, regarding replacement of air filters. In addition, it is recommended that you periodically open windows
and doors on days when the outdoor weather is dry (i.e., humidity is below 50 percent) to help humid areas of
your dwelling dry out.
d) Promptly notify us in writing about any signs of water leaks, water infiltration or mold. We will respond in
accordance with state law and the Lease Contract to repair or remedy the situation, as necessary.

Tenant agrees to the following responsibilities to prevent the Unit from any mold growth. It is important to prevent
excessive moisture buildup in your dwelling. Failure to pay close attention to leaks and moisture that might accumulate

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on dwelling surfaces, which might get inside walls, or ceilings can encourage mold growth. Prolonged moisture can
result from a wide variety of sources, such as:
Rainwater leaking from roofs, windows, doors and outside walls, as well as floodwaters rising above floor level.
Overflows from showers, bathtubs, toilets, lavatories, sinks, washing machines, dehumidifiers, refrigerator or
AC/ drip pans or clogged up A/C condensation lines.
Leaks from plumbing lines or fixtures, and leaks into walls from bad or missing grouting. Caulking around
showers, tubs or sinks.
Washing machine hose leaks, plant watering overflows, pet urine, cooking spills, beverage spills and steam
from excessive open pot cooking.
Leaks from clothes dryer discharge vents (Which can put lots of moisture into the air); and insufficient drying of
carpets, carpet pads, shower walls and bathroom floors.

4. Mold Growth On Non-porous Surfaces. Mold growth on non-porous surfaces such as ceramic tile, Formica, vinyl
flooring, metal, wood or plastic, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that you first clean the
areas with soap (or detergent) and water, let the surface dry, and then within 24 hours apply a pre-mixed, spray on type
household biocides, such as Lysol Disinfectant (original pine-scented), Tilex Mildew Remover or Clorox Cleanup. (Note:
Only a few of the common household cleaners will actually kill mold). Tilex and Clorox contain bleach which can discolor
or stain. Be sure to follow the instructions on the container. Applying biocides without first cleaning away the dirt and
oils from the surface is like painting over paint without first cleaning and preparing the surface. Always clean and apply a
biocide to an area 5 to 6 times larger than any visible mold because mold may be adjacent in quantities not yet visible to
the naked eye. A Vacuum cleaner with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter can be used to help remove nonvisible mold products from porous items, such as fibers in sofas, chairs, drapes and carpets provided the fibers are
completely dry. Machine washing or dry cleaning will remove mold from clothes. Do Not Clean or Apply Biocides to:

Visible mold on porous surfaces, such as sheetrock walls or ceilings, or


Large areas of visible mold on non-porous surfaces. Instead notify the Landlord in writing, and the Landlord will
take appropriate action in compliance with North Carolina Unit Code, subject to special exemptions for natural
disasters.

5. Reporting. Tenant will report any signs of mold growth immediately and will not wait as mold growth can spread to
other areas and to other units. Report any maintenance needs immediately as mold can grow rapidly. Tenant
understands that even a small mold growth can rapidly multiply to create a major issue that can spread to other units
and agrees to give the Unit for inspection within 24 hours of notice.
6. Compliance. Complying with this addendum will help prevent mold growth in your dwelling, and both you and we will
be able to respond correctly if problems develop that could lead to mold growth. If you have questions regarding this
addendum, please contact the Landlord at the phone number shown in your lease contract. If you fail to comply with
this Addendum, you could be held responsible for property damage to the dwelling and any health problems that may
result. We cannot fix problems in your dwelling unless we know about them. By signing this form, you have stated that
you have read and understand all policies and that you agree to abide by them.
7. Expenses Incurred. Tenant will be held accountable if mold appears while Tenant resides at the Unit. Tenant agrees to
reimburse the Landlord for expenses including but not limited to attorney fees, pest management fees or any expense
that the Landlord may incur as a result of mold growth in the Unit.

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8. Default. Any Default of this Addendum by Tenant shall entitle Landlord to pursue all rights and remedies available
under this Addendum, the Lease, or applicable law including, but not limited to, terminating Tenants right to possession
of the premises for material non-compliance. The following will be considered material non-compliance of the Lease and
Addendum:

Refusal to execute and adhere by this Addendum.


Failure to promptly notify the Landlord of the presence of mold growth or failure to adequately prepare for
treatment in the sole discretion of the mold control professional.
Refusal to allow the Landlord to inspect the premises or act in a way that that prevents treatment of the Unit or
potentially exasperates or increases the mold growth issue.

9. Interpretation. Whereas the terms of North Carolina Residential Lease Agreement and the Mold Addendum conflict,
the most stringent of terms will be the prevailing enforcement.
By signing below, the undersigned Tenant(s) agree and acknowledge having read and understood this addendum.

Landlord:

___________________________________
ASIM GHULAMANI

Date: __________________

Tenant:

___________________________________
CHRIS HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Co-Signer:

___________________________________
LEESA G HENRICKSEN

Date: __________________

Tenant Initial
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Co-Signer Initial
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