General Rules & Regulations
Please check your lease for rules and regulations, as in the event of any discrepancy between the provisions below and the terms of your lease, the terms of your lease will control:
- Only service animals are allowed in or about the premises.
- Tenant shall not use the water closets and other plumbing fixtures for any purposes other than those for which they were constructed, and shall not place any debris, rubbish, rags, or other substances therein. All damage resulting from any misuse of the fixtures shall be borne by the tenant whose servants, employees, agents, customers, contractors, subtenants, assignees, patients, invitees, or licensees shall have caused the same.
- Tenant shall not place any furniture, equipment, records, trash, or other objectionable material in the common areas other than in an appropriate refuse container.
- Tenant or her employees shall not make or commit any indecent or improper acts while on the property or make any unseemly or disturbing noises or disturb or interfere with neighboring occupants of the building or the premises or those having business with them, whether by use of any musical instrument, radio, loud speaker, singing, or in any other way. Tenant or her employees shall not throw anything out of the doors or windows of the premises.
- The premises shall not be used for the sale of merchandise in the ordinary course of business, or for the sale at auction of merchandise, goods or property of any kind to persons who are not patients of the tenant.
- Landlord does not assume any responsibility, and shall not be held liable, for any damage or loss to any automobile or personal property in the parking lot or for any injury sustained by any person in the parking lot.
- The entry, corridors and stairways shall not be obstructed by tenant, nor used by tenant for any purpose other than ingress or egress to and from tenant’s offices, nor must employees of tenant loiter or congregate therein. The floors and windows that reflect or admit light into passageways in common areas shall not be covered or obstructed by tenant.
- Landlord reserves the right to make such other and further rules and regulations as permitted by the lease.
- Tenant shall not, without the written consent of landlord, place a load upon any floor of the Building exceeding 80 pounds per square foot. Additional air conditioning, electrical or other facilities required in connection with the installation and operation of any computers or other large business equipment shall be made at tenant’s expense and only after obtaining landlord’s written consent. Tenant shall pay for the cost of electrical current required to operate computers and other large business equipment and for the cost of additional air conditioning necessitated by such equipment.
- Tenant will not permit or suffer any signs, advertisement or notices to be displayed, inscribed upon or affixed on any part of the outside of the premises or on windows, doors or the adjacent street--except that directory boards and premises identification signs shall be provided by landlord. Signage on entry doors will be provided by landlord consistent with signage standards within the building.
- In the event that tenant should from time to time, or at any time, require heating or air conditioning in the premises after the hours specified in the lease, landlord agrees to provide the same to tenant provided tenant shall give landlord at least 12 hours advanced notice of the need for after-hours heating or cooling. The charge for such after-hours heating and cooling shall be at a rate per hour determined by landlord from time to time. Landlord may either publish such rates or will provide the same to tenant upon request. All charges for afterhours heating and cooling requested by tenant shall be additional rent under the lease and due as well as payable with the next monthly installment of rent.
- Neither tenant nor its employees, patients, contractors, and/or other licensees or invitees shall obstruct, loiter or congregate in any common area, including - without limitation - any common area corridors, hallways, stairways, and restrooms. Tenant shall be responsible for enforcing compliance with the rule with respect to its employees, patients, contractors, and/or other licensees or invitees.
- Neither tenant nor its employees, patients, contractors, and/or other licensees or invitees, shall otherwise use the common area corridors, hallways, or stairways for any reason other than for ingress and egress to and from tenant's premises. Tenant shall be responsible for enforcing compliance with the rule with respect to its employees, patients, contractors, and/or other licensees or invitees.