k. The lessor undertakes to mark and publish reserved spaces only for the use by customers of the tenant`s bank, but such exclusive use of the premises “reserved” by customers of the tenant`s banking activities applies only during opening hours open to the public by the tenant. The owner will monitor and enforce the restrictions and written rules regarding the use of these reserved spaces, including, but not only, the towing of vehicles that are parked there illegally. Tenants allow owners to to twd such a car illegally parked out of construction park lots. The landlord undertakes to work closely with the tenant and to work closely together to remove vehicles parked illegally in reserved spaces for which a monthly rent is paid. f. The tenant cannot keep or admit his employees in the garage or in the car parks without the prior written consent of the owner. With the exception of emergency repairs, the tenant and his staff must not carry out work on vehicles in the garage or on the ground. If it is necessary for the tenant or his employees to leave a car in the garage or on the parking spaces during the night, the tenant must inform the landlord in advance that he indicates the license plate and the model of such a car. D. The owner is not responsible for money, jewellery, cars or other personal property lost in the garage or parking lots or stolen from the garage or car parks, whether such a loss or theft occurs when the garage or other areas are closed or otherwise secured. Unless the lessor is negligent or intentionally faulted and without limitation of the provisions of the previous sentence, the lessor is not responsible for the losses, injuries or damage suffered by the persons who use the garage or the car parks or cars or other goods used there, agreeing that the use of the premises will be to the extent most permitted by law at the sole risk of the tenant and his employees.
As with a rental property contract, the tenant cannot sublet the car park without the landlord`s consent. The tenant is also responsible for the maintenance of the car park and his vehicle, including valid insurance and registration. In the parking space, no personal storage should be allowed, the only object that must contain the parking lot is a vehicle or motorcycle in good repair. The third section (“rent”) will serve its function by documenting the amount to be paid to the landlord so that the tenant can park his vehicle in the parking lot in question. First fill the double-digit day of each month when the parking space rent is due on the first empty line. The second and third rooms available for “rental” require that the rent be presented in two ways. Write this amount first in the second line, then, with the third space available, produce the rental amount digitally in parentheses I. The owner may choose to provide parking cards or keys to control access to the garage or surface parking, if ever. In this case, the landlord must provide the tenant with a card or key for each room rented by the tenant, provided that the lessor has the right to require the tenant or his staff to deposit a deposit on these cards or keys and pay a fee for lost or damaged cards or keys.
Ideally, parties should have this document signed before using the parking lot. Disputes can arise at any time, but are more likely to be easily developed if the parties have a clear and executed lease before the relationship begins. The first article on this page is titled “The Parts.” As this label indicates, we will add the text of this section with a number of information intended to positively identify each party.