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Abacus Properties Terms and Conditions

The agreement grants to the Occupant the right to use one bedroom along with other shared facilities in common with other Occupants.

Should the Occupant be asked to leave then he/she must do so within 2 months of notice to leave being given, unless the reason for the request be due to some form of behaviour deemed to be unreasonable and unacceptable to Mr Bishop, in which case the Occupant will be required to leave within such period of notice as may be determined by Mr Bishop at his discretion.

The Rent payable for use of the one room plus shared facilities is payable in advance exclusive of charges for gas and electricity. Mr Bishop reserves the right to increase the Rent as he sees fit. However, should the Occupant, upon being given notice of an impending increase in the Rent, decide that he/she does not wish to remain at the property, he/she will be allowed a period of one calendar month to vacate the premises from the date of the commencement of the increased Rent.

Should the Occupant leave the property at their own volition then 28 days notice in writing must be given to Mr Bishop. If through this notice not being served, the said 28 days in advance of vacating the premises, a period of vacant possession arises, then Mr Bishop reserves the right to retain such monies already paid over either as Rents or deposit monies, in lieu of the Rent foregone due to vacant possession.

Should the Occupant leave the premises, within six months of taking possession of a room, then they may be asked to contribute towards the replacement Occupant advertisement costs.

The Occupant also clearly understand that no insurance cover is provided by the owners either for the Occupant or his/her possessions and should insurance of any form be required then separate arrangements should be made by the Occupant.

The Occupant also confirms that the size of the room allocated to them is perfectly acceptable.

The Occupant also agrees:

  1. Not to keep children or pets at the Property or invite third parties, to this agreement to reside at the property without the written consent of Mr Bishop.
  2. Not to impede or obstruct the Owner or the duly authorised servants or workmen of the Owner from entering upon the house or any part thereof at any time or times for the purpose of viewing the state and condition thereof and of carrying out any repairs which the Owner may wish to execute either to the dwelling or to any neighbouring premises.
  3. Not to do or suffer to be done anything which may render any increase or extra premium payable for any insurance of the house and building or which may make void or voidable any policy for such insurance.
  4. Not to cause any nuisance or annoyance to the Owner or any resident in any neighbouring or adjacent property and in particular not to permit any singing nor music nor the use of any television or radio or record player except for reasonable periods between the hours of 0730 and 2230.
  5. To observe and conform to all reasonable rules and regulations which may from time to time be issued by the Owner or the Owners Managing agent.
  6. To pay to the Owner all costs charges and expenses (including legal costs and surveyors fees) incurred by the Owner by reason of any breach by the Occupant of any of the terms of this Agreement.
  7. To participate with the other Occupants as required to maintain the gardens and common areas of the property in a clean and tidy state at all times.

If upon the termination of this Agreement the Occupant shall leave any of his belongings in the house, the Owner shall be entitled to remove the same to such place as the Owner shall see fit and shall be under no liability to the Occupant for any loss thereof or damage thereto howsoever arising.

Notwithstanding the provisions of the Occupiers Liability Act 1957, the Owner shall be under no duty to any stranger to this Agreement to perform any of the Owners obligations hereunder (whether expressed or implied and whether undertaken for the protection of such stranger or not) insofar as these obligations go beyond the obligations involved in the duty of care which the Owner may owe to such stranger as a visitor of the said building.

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