$ per month, for the first 12 months of the agreement. Starting in the 13th month and at the end of each following 12 months, the rent is adjusted based on an increase in the U.S. Consumer Price Index of the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor for All Urban Consumers (“CPI”) for (the city closest to the location of the premises) based on the following formula: the base rent is used with the most recent CPI before the first calendar month, in which the adjustment must be effective multiplied and divided by the last CPI before the start date. Under no circumstances shall an adjusted base rent be less than the base rent for the month immediately preceding the adjustment. If the CPI is no longer published, the base rent adjustment is based on an alternative index that most closely matches the CPI. Two new sections have been added to the Standard Residential Listing Agreement (RLA). The first amendment is to add a language where the seller agrees that the broker will provide a copy of the listing agreement to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) if requested by the MLS. In addition, new language has been added regarding the seller`s intention to include a possibility of purchasing a replacement property as part of a resulting transaction. [Up] The opinion of the insé gation. As stated in paragraph 46 of this paragraph, “much more advantageous” means that, from the point of view of that third party, the net economic terms of the lease offered to a third party are more than 5% (5%) higher than the net economic conditions offered to the tenant. DAMAGE TO THE PREMISES: If, through no fault of the tenant, the premises are damaged or destroyed in whole or in part by fire, earthquake, accident or other losses, the lessor has the right to restore the premises by repair or reconstruction, if the lessor chooses to repair or rebuild and is able to complete this restoration within 90 days from the date of the damage. Subject to the provisions of this paragraph, this agreement shall remain in full force and effect if the lessor is unable to restore the premises during that period or if the lessor decides not to restore it, the lessor or lessee may terminate this contract by written notification. The rent is cancelled from the date of the damage.

The amount is the current basic monthly rent, prorated on a 30-day basis. If this contract is not terminated and the damage is not repaired, the rent is reduced to the extent that the damage affects the proper use of the premises by the tenant. If the total or partial destruction or degradation results from an act of the tenant or the tenants of the tenant, (i) only the lessor has the right, at the sole discretion of the lessor, to treat the rental agreement as terminated by the tenant within 30 days of such destruction or damage in whole or in part, and (ii) the lessor has the right: Recover damages from the tenant. This newly created form, called the pre-Occupancy Storage Addendum, sets out the conditions under which buyers can keep their personal belongings in the property before the trust account closes. This form creates a license – not a rental agreement – and protects sellers from potential claims from a buyer, whether they have a rental agreement or a right to be in the property. The form creates a license that ends at the end of the trust or termination, and the buyer must delete the item within 3 calendar days of termination. During the trial, buyers cannot visit or verify their personal property. In addition, certain items such as firearms, ammunition and explosives are not allowed. Buyers are responsible for any damage to personal property and it is recommended that the buyer take out insurance for the property, as the seller and/or the HOA are not responsible. The form contains information from the broker that tells the parties that the broker does not recommend storage before occupancy and that each party should receive legal assistance.

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