☐ this deposit of interest for the tenant, is not considered a rent payment, definitive or otherwise, and is not considered a limitation or relief of the tenant`s debt to the landlord. ☐ are not included in the base rent. From the date of entry into force, the tenant agrees to pay the lessor`s share in the operating costs. The customer`s initial monthly estimate for operating costs is – per month. For the purposes of this agreement, the tenant`s proportionate share of operating costs – of the total cost of the operation – may not exceed a given month. The proportional share of the tenant is determined by the division of the number or laudable square meters in the premises denied by the total number of rentable square meters in the property rented or available for rent during the year. „Operating costs“ read the total cost and costs of management, insurance, equipment, lighting, repair, maintenance and monitoring of real estate, including outdoor spaces in real estate and community space, including, but not only with respect to insurance premiums and deductibles, management, accounting and accounting costs, as well as an annual supplement of the operating costs of a reserve fund for repairs, replacement costs and renovation costs. At each basic monthly rent, the tenant must pay an estimate of the tenant`s share of the operating costs. These monthly estimates are based on actual operating costs from the previous year.
On an annual basis, the lessor must reconcile the tenant`s payments with the actual operating costs. In the event that the tenant`s payments are less than his share in the actual operating costs, the tenant must pay this default within days of the landlord`s request. If the tenant exceeds the payments of his share in the actual operating costs, the lessor applies the overpayment to the following monthly estimate. Like any other contract, a lease agreement must have certain basic clauses and a number of important bodies to make it legally valid. Store rentals differ from leases in both the format and the clauses they contain. Store leasing often allows the tenant to build structures or adopt changes to the existing structure, so the business is thriving. It is possible to add display structures, booths, wall pieces, etc. Since the expansion/removal and renovation of the building is essential for trade, it must be a store rental clause. B) fees and payment of rent. If the tenant is late at any time under this contract, the tenant is responsible for any costs that the lessor may incur as a result of such a delay, including the cost of recovering the denied premises, all legal fees and related legal costs. In addition, the lessor should, at some point, terminate this contract and the tenant`s rights to that contract for each defect, in addition to any other remedy, that the lessor may have, the landlord can claim from the tenant all damages The landlord can recover all damages due to such a defect, and including the rent booked and in this contract has been discounted for the remainder of the term at the current value minus the locable value of the premises spent for the rest of the term (updated in the same way), all sums are due immediately and to pay with the lawyer fees of the tenant to the owner and are not obliged to rent again without prejudice of the valuation , and the owner.