Dube Investment Properties, LLC
30 Temple St., #205
Nashua, NH 03060

Phone: (603) 883-1313
Fax: (603) 883-1717


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William Dube
Gene Lonergan
Donna Griffin

Lease-Rental Agreement and Deposit Receipt
Lease-Rental Agreement Addendum

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This agreement is a:
by and between:
herein after known as LANDLORD and
herein after known as TENANT.  
LANDLORD rents and TENANT hires the premises known as:
consisting of:
at a rent of : per
payable on the: day
of each:
in advance, total term rental of :
Tenancy commences:
Tenancy terminates:
1. OCCUPANTS AS FOLLOWS: adults, children
  No additional persons are allowed without Landlord's consent. Tenant's shall not assign nor subject any part or the whole of the premises.
  Landlord not liable for any utility failures, nor shall Tenant withhold rent payments during period of failure.
  Tenant accepts same as in good condition and shall be responsible for maintaining in said condition. POSITIVELY NO washers or dryers permitted in apartments.
  Tenant is allowed to park: vehicles on the premises.
  Under no circumstances are unregistered, inoperable or uninspected vehicles allowed. No trailers, all terrain or other recreational vehicles allowed without Landlord's consent. No parking in fire lanes, sidewalk area, on lawns or other unauthorized areas. These regulations are strictly enforced. Be advised that vehicles in violation will be towed without notice, all at Tenant's expense. More than one infraction of the parking rules will be just cause for eviction.
5. PETS: Positively NO pets allowed. Violation will result in immediate eviction.
6. COMMON AREAS AND HALLS: Tenant shall keep said areas clean at all times. Fire Department regulations require that absolutely nothing be kept or stored in hallway, stairs, laundry rooms, or any other areas known as common areas.
7. CONDITION: Tenant accepts apartment as free from defects (*except as noted.) Any damage to unit during tenancy caused by Tenant's neglect shall be repaired at Tenant's expense, payable on demand.
  *Noted defects:
8. PLUMBING: All plumbing is accepted as clear by Tenant. Any stoppage or blockage during tenancy caused by Tenant's neglect will be repaired at Tenant's expense. Landlord is NOT responsible for any damage caused by leaks, overflows or back-ups.
9. DISTURBANCE: Parties are offensive to other Tenants and are NOT permitted. Tenants shall not make nor allow any disturbing noises that will interfere with rights and comforts of other Tenants. Radio, stereo, and television volume shall be at a level so as not to be heard outside of Tenant's rental unit.
10. INSURANCE: Landlord maintains fire and liability insurance on premises only. In the event of a fire or other unavoidable casualty, Landlord's insurance DOES NOT cover Tenant's furnishings or personal property. Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining fire, extended coverage and liability insurance with respect to the contents of their apartment. Waterbeds are permitted only with evidence of proper insurance provided to Landlord.
11. LIABILITY: Tenants shall hold Landlord harmless from all claim to persons or property arising out of the use and occupancy of the premises, unless negligence on the part of the Landlord can be proven.
12. RIGHT OF ENTRY: Landlord, or his agent, reserves the right to enter Tenant's apartment AT REASONABLE TIMES with notice, to examine condition thereof, OR WITHOUT NOTICE in situations deemed of an emergency nature. Landlord is always entitled to a key to said apartment for entry.
13. KEYS AND LOCKS: Locks shall not be changed without Landlord's consent. Failure to return keys upon vacating will result in $75.00 deduction from Tenant's security deposit. There will be a $25.00 lock out fee on each occasion a representative of Landlord is called to unlock unit, payable at time of entry.
14. LATE PAYMENTS: Overdue rents will not be tolerated. Time is of the essence of this agreement. Rents are due on the 1st day of each month in advance. If unpaid after the fifth (5th) day of the month, Tenant is considered in default of this lease and a demand for rent and notice to quit will be served. Further, rents paid after the fifth (5th) day of the month must be certified check or money order, and are subject to a late fee of $25.00, due and payable with the rent due. Payments made without the late fee will still be considered in default. Rents remaining unpaid beyond the notice to quit period will be further subject to a penalty charge equal to Landlord's costs and related expenses, minimum charge $100.00.
15. RETURNED CHECKS: Tenant agrees to pay $25.00 fee (plus the $25.00 late fee) as damages for each DISHONORED CHECK for additional bookkeeping costs and handling charges. If more than one check is returned, all future rent payments shall be in the form of cash, certified check or money order.
16. RENEWAL TERM: This agreement may be terminated by either party at the end of the initial term with 30 days written notice to the other. If Tenant holds beyond the lease period, Tenants will be considered a Tenant-at-will, subject to the terms and conditions of these lease except, however, the monthly rent may be changed by Landlord at any time with 30 days written notice to Tenant.
17. VACATING: Tenants are required to give a minimum of thirty (30) days notice prior to vacating. Landlord reserves the right to enter apartment, during reasonable hours and with reasonable notice, for display to prospective tenants. Upon Tenant's notice, Tenant agrees to execute Landlord's "Notice to Vacate" form. Upon vacating, all appliances, carpeting, kitchen and bathrooms must be left in good and clean condition, and all trash removed or the following minimum charges will be deducted from Tenant's security deposit: Stove and oven - $50; Refrigerator - $30; Bath - $50; Carpet - $25 per room; Trash Removal - $25. Any unpaid balance at termination will be reported to the Credit Bureau and legal action to pursue collection will be instituted. Landlord shall be entitled to recover the costs of collection and attorney's fees plus 1.5% per month interest on the unpaid balance.
  Landlord acknowledges receipt of:
  as security deposit from Tenant. Said deposit and any accrued interest that is required to be paid to Tenant by N.H. Rev. Stat. ann. 477-48V, will be returned to Tenant within 30 days after the end of the tenancy if: (a) all obligations of Tenant have been performed; and (b) apartment is not damaged and is left in its original condition, normal wear and tear expected. Security deposit is NOT TO BE USED AS FINAL RENT. Tenant agrees to forfeit deposit if premises are vacated
  prior to at least: months occupancy.
  The deposit is held in Account No.
  located in:
The undersigned Tenant hereby acknowledges receipt of a copy hereof.
  TENANT: ***

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  The following Rules and Regulations have been established by Management and are considered an addendum to your Lease Agreement. Failure to comply with said Rules and Regulations may, at the discretion of Management, be grounds for termination of the Lease Agreement.
1. RENTAL PAYMENT: Rent is due on the first day of each month. Rent received after office hours on the 5th must include a late fee of $20.00. Checks which do not include the late fee as required will not be accepted. After Resident tenders one (1) NSF check for payment of rent during the term of the lease agreement, personal checks will no longer be accepted and must be paid by cashier's check or money order. Please mail or deliver your rental payment to the business office.
2. MAINTENANCE REQUESTS: Maintenance requests should be made by telephone, in writing, or via email to the business office. Maintenance hours are weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. In case of emergency, call the office and you will be given an emergency number to call. Emergencies include fire, flood, no heat, frozen pipes, and sewer backups. All other maintenance handled during daytime. It is our policy to make appointments for maintenance work.
3. LOCKS: Resident is prohibited from adding, changing or in any way altering locks installed on the doors of apartment.
4. ENTRANCES, HALLWAYS, WALKS, AND LAWNS: Entrances, hallways, walks, lawns and other public areas shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than entering and exiting.
5. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Due to legal limitations, it is not possible for us to insure Resident's personal property. It will be necessary for Residents to obtain an Apartment Dweller's Policy from a local insurance agent to cover any possible loss to personal property.
6. DELIVERY OF PACKAGES OR FURNITURE: Our employees are prohibited from receiving packages for anyone. Please make your own arrangements for such items. If you are expecting a delivery of furniture, appliances or repairs to these items, you may leave a key at the office for the serviceman, but you must sign a release of responsibility to theft or damages. We will not be able to accompany any serviceman to your apartment.
7. SPEED LIMIT: The maximum speed limit throughout the community is 10 mph Please drive carefully and watch out for children.
8. PARKING FACILITIES: Our parking lots are not to be used for abandoned vehicles. Inoperable vehicles will be towed at the owner's expense. Automobiles should not be parked on the grass. Recreational vehicles may only be parked in certain areas which are clearly marked for recreational purposes.
9. PEST CONTROL: If you have a problem with pests, notify the office. Residents are asked to assist our pest control by maintaining a high standard of good housekeeping. If resident has a pet and it becomes necessary to spray for fleas, resident must pay an additional charge.
10. GROUNDS KEEP: The community maintains a high degree of grounds maintenance. Management requests that you help in maintaining our high standards.

DUMPSTERS: There are dumpsters conveniently located throughout the Property. Please insure that your trash is placed in plastic bags and securely tied before placing it in the dumpster, not beside it. New residents must break down boxes before placing them in dumpsters.

12. GUESTS: Residents shall be responsible and liable for the conduct of their guests. Acts of guests in violation of the Lease Agreement or of Management's rules and regulations may be deemed by Management to be a breach by Resident.
13. POOL (If Applicable): Pool Regulations are posted at the pool area. Children under 12 must be accompanies by an adult. Older children may use the pool without supervision as long as they have written parental permission an behave in a responsible manner (family community).
14. MOTORCYCLE, MINI BIKES, ETC.: All state regulations that apply on the street will apply in the complex. All motorcycles and mini-bikes must be properly licensed, and all operators must be licensed as well. No one under age is allowed to operate a vehicle on this community at any time.
15. PLUMBING: A charge will be made for unclogging plumbing equipment, in cases where malfunctions are caused by the introduction of improper objects therein, such as toys, cloth objects, grease and other foreign matter. The cost of repair or replacement of other equipment or furnishings of the owner will be borne by Resident.
16. LOCK OUTS: If Resident finds it necessary to have authorized personnel unlock apartments after hours they will be charged a fee of $25, payable at time of entry. If this service is not available on the property it will be necessary to call a locksmith and the Resident is responsible fro locksmith fees.
17. DRAPERIES: Window treatments must have white linings or a white shade. Bed linens, towels, tin foil, flags, reflector film, etc. are not acceptable. New Residents are requested to comply within 10 days of move-in.
18. TELEPHONE HOOK-UPS: Telephones may only be placed at previously wired locations provided by the telephone company. Additional drilling, cutting, or boring for wires is not permitted without written permission from Management.
19. WATER BEDS: Water beds are allowed subject to Management's prior written approval, with requirement that Tenant provide Landlord with proof of insurance.
20. STORAGE: No goods or materials of any kind or description which are combustible or would increase fire risk shall be place in storage areas. Storage in such areas shall be at Resident's risk and Management shall not be responsible for any loss or damage. Heating/air conditioning closets are not to be used for storage purposes.
21. RECREATION: Resident agrees to abide by rules and regulations established for use of recreational and service facilities provided by Management.
22. ANTENNAS: Radio, television, and CB Aerials shall not be placed or erected on the roof or exterior of building.
23. DISTURBING NOISES: The Resident's family and guest shall have due regard for the comfort and enjoyment of all other Residents in the apartment community. Your apartment is your home, free from interruption by the Management, unless you or your guests disturb the other Residents. Televisions, stereo units, radios and musical instruments will not be played at such a volume or time that will annoy persons in other apartments.
24. SIGNS: Resident shall not display any signs, exterior lights or markings on apartment. No awnings or other projections shall be attached to the outside of the building of which apartment is a part.
25. PATIOS: All balconies or patios must be kept clean and clear of storage items. Hanging of clothes, garments, or rags over railing of balconies or patios will not be permitted. Patios or balconies should not be used for anything except patio furniture, flower boxes and plants. They are not to be used for storage under any circumstances. For safety, please do not place plants on balcony railings.
26. PETS: No pets allowed except with the permission of Management and the execution of a Pet Addendum. An additional deposit will be required, a portion of which is non-refundable. The entire deposit may be applied against damages to the apartment in the event of default by Resident under the Lease Agreement.
27. LAUNDRY ROOM: If the property provides laundry facilities, please remove clothing from machine promptly. Do not use tints or dyes. Report any malfunction of machines to the office.
28. ALTERATIONS: No apartment alterations allowed without Management's prior written approval.

To avoid misunderstandings regarding your SECURITY DEPOSITS, the following information is provided:
1. Full term of lease has expired.
2. A written "Notice of Intent to Vacate" must be given by the 1st of the calendar month prior to said vacating.
3. No damage to property beyond normal wear and tear.
4. Entire apartment including range, refrigerator, bathroom, closets and cupboards are clean. Refrigerator to be defrosted.
5. No unpaid legal charges, delinquent rents or late fees.
6. All keys must be returned.
7. All debris, rubbish and discards placed in proper rubbish containers.
8. Forwarding address left with Management.
9. "Move-In" form must be completed when you move in and signed by the Resident Property Manager and the Resident. This form must also be completed and signed when you move out.
Q: What charges are made if the prerequisite conditions are not complied with?
A: The costs of labor and materials for cleaning and repairs will be deducted. Also, any delinquent payments including late charges will be deducted.
Q: How is the Security Deposit returned?
A: By a check mailed to the forwarding address. The check is jointly addressed to all persons who sign this Lease Agreement. No pick-ups from the office.
Q: Can the Security Deposit be applied to any rent still outstanding?
A: No. All rents must be paid separate and apart from the Security Deposit.
Emergency Contact:
Telephone Number:
Bank Name:
Bank Telephone Number:
Bank Address:
Have you ever been evicted from any tenancy?
Landlord's Name and Address:
Have you ever willfully and intentionally refused to pay rent when due?
Have you read and fully understood the lease?

I agree that the LANDLORD may terminate any agreement entered into in reliance on any misstatement made above.
The undersigned Tenant hereby acknowledges receipt of a copy hereof.
Authorized Agent for Landlord:
Tenant: ***
Email Address :
Tenant 2:

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