The terms of commercial leases differ depending on the specific property and the company that owns the lease. The terms are often negotiated between the two parties to determine: 10. Tenants who pay a monthly usage fee are entitled to the choice of available primary usage periods. The main hours of use are set as every hour between 6:00 and 22:00. Tenants and landlords refer to the attached “Reserved Kitchen Time” form to define a kitchen plan. The reserved time of the kitchen is allocated according to the seniority. The tenant understands that his reserved cooking time is evaluated quarterly and acknowledges that, in order to maintain his reserved cooking time, he must demonstrate a consistent use of this time. 11. As a future plan, the monthly tenant who needs access outside of business hours will receive, if necessary, a key or code from the outdoor locker to access the kitchen. 12. The tenant undertakes to register and unsubscribe in the protocol of use of the kitchen each time access to the kitchen takes place. 13.
The lessee is responsible for maintaining his licence to operate a food distribution establishment and any other licence that applies to his business. 14. The tenant must provide the landlord with an updated copy of their commercial insurance, called The Kitchen Pantry and Gloria Stultz, which are insured in the policy. 15. The tenant must: A. maintain the cleanliness of the kitchen as described in the joint kitchen work and basic kitchen documents. B. No modification, installation, repair or redevelopment (including painting work) is to be carried out on the premises without the prior written permission of the lessor. C. Payment for damage caused to the rented premises by an act of the tenant or by members of the tenant`s family, customers, customers and / or staff of the tenant. D.
Be responsible for liability, theft and accident related to the use of the kitchen, unless they were caused by the negligence of the owner. E. Comply with state laws and regulations regarding the maintenance and occupancy of premises. Q. Notify the lessor immediately or manage the necessary maintenance work. 16. The lessor is responsible for the following maintenance obligations during the term of this contract, unless such property is necessary by the actions of the tenant, the tenant`s family, the customer, the customer and/or the employee: A. Repairs inside the premises, including the equipment mentioned. For example, the coordination of the kitchen plan and general kitchen procedures. 17.
If the building is destroyed and rendered untenable by fire or other causes, the owner or lessee has the right to terminate the lease and the lessor must return the unused portion of the rent paid in advance. None of this should be interpreted in such a way that in the event of destruction, the owner is forced to rebuild the premises. 18. All dismissals and expulsions are issued in strict compliance with the laws of Colorado. A fee of USD 30.00 is levied for the publication of the property due to a breach of contract. 19. In the event of an action in connection with this rental agreement, the losing party shall pay the winning party reasonable attorneys` and court fees to be fixed by the court where such judgments are recorded. 20. If the tenant leaves the premises or, in the event of legal termination of the contract, he lets his personal belongings remain on the site, these goods are transferred to the property of the lessor which must be sold according to his choice. . .