Every Tenant is required to abide by the regulations containted
in their Tenant's Lease after obtaining
a rental unit from the Town of Hearst Non-Profit Housing Corporation.
Here are some examples:
The Tenant's personal property shall not be taken into or removed
from the Leased Premises, except at a time and in a manner that
has been approved by the Landlord. The Tenant shall reimburse
the Landlord for all damages to the Leased Premises or the Residential
Complex, caused by moving the Tenant's personal property into or
out of the Leased Premises.
The Tenant shall be furnished with two (2) keys to the Leased Premises
and shall return all keys to the Landlord when vacating the Leased
The Tenant's personal property shall be in a clean and sanitary
condition, and shall be free from household pests. The Landlord
may inspect the Tenant's personal property before it is moved into
the Leased premises, and may require the Tenant to have it treated
at the tenant's own expense and to the satisfaction of the Landlord,
to ensure that household pests have been eliminated. The Landlord,
between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm, shall have the right to enter
the Leased premises, upon giving twenty-four (24) hours prior written
notice to the Tenant, to inspect the sanitary condition of the Leased
Premises and the Tenant's personal property, and to perform, when
necessary, in its opinion, and at the Tenant's expense, all appropriate
pest control treatments required to eliminate household pests from
the Leased Premises and the Residential Complex.
The sidewalks, passages, public halls, stairways, fire escapes
and vestibules shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other
than gaining access to and from the Leased Premises.
Windows, Screens and Balconies:
No articles of any description shall be hung from the windows,
doors or balconies and nothing shall be placed on the exterior window
sills or stored on the balconies. The Tenant shall not throw
any article from a window or balcony or remove any window screen
or pane, except for cleaning or repair purposes and any window screen
or pane shall be replaced immediately after being cleaned or repaired.
Window Safety Stops:
The Tenant shall not remove window safety stops.
The Tenant shall not barbecue on the balcony.
The Tenant shall not tamper with or disconnect any heat, smoke
or carbon monoxide detectors, fire alarms, door closures, or any
other safety equipment installed in the Leased Premises or the Residential
Complex by the Landlord.
Wiring, Plumbing, etc.:
No additional heating units or electrical wiring shall be installed
in the Leased Premises, without the prior written approval of the
Landlord. The Tenant shall not overload the electrical circuits
or use fuses in excess of fifteen (15) amperes in the lighting circuits
or use the electrical, plumbing or gas equipment for any purpose
other than those for which they were constructed.
Air-Vents attached to steam radiators shall not be opened or tampered
with by the Tenant, and radiator valves must be turned off tight
or on full.
The Tenant shall not leave water running, unless it is being used.
Washing machines or clothes dryers shall not be used in Leased
Premises situated in an apartment building.
Air conditioners shall not be used in Leased Premises situated
in an apartment building, without the prior written approval of
the Landlord. The Landlord may charge a fee for each air conditioner
used in the Leased Premises.
The Tenant shall not use any radio antenna, television antenna
or satellite dish, located outside the Leased Premises, without
the prior written approval of the Landlord.
The Tenant shall not display any sign, advertisement or notice,
in or about the Leased Premises, except for campaign posters during
a Federal, Provincial or Municipal election.
All garbage shall be disposed of as directed in the Tenant's Handbook,
or as otherwise directed by the Landlord. The Tenant shall
not use the garbage chute for disposal of aerosol cans, explosive
or combustible materials or any burning materials.
The Tenant shall be responsible for the removal of ice and snow
from the entrance walks and public sidewalks fronting or otherwise
bordering on the Leased Premises, except where the Leased Premises
are situated in an apartment building.
The Tenant shall be responsible for maintaining, in good order
and condition, any lawn or garden that forms part of the Leased
All personal property placed in the Leased Premises or in any part
of the Residential Complex shall be at the sole risk of the owner
of the personal property. The Landlord shall not be responsible
for any loss or damage to the personal property from any cause,
other than through the negligent or willful conduct of the Landlord.
The Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining, at his own expense,
adequate insurance coverage against damage to the Leased Premises,
loss of personal property and public liability.
The Tenant shall respect the rights, privileges and interests of
The Tenant acknowledges receiving a copy of the Tenant's
Handbook, if such document is published or provided by the Landlord....
.... Please see the Lease for full