The Tenant must maintain the inside and outside of the premises in sanitary conditions on a day-to-day basis, including the below maintenance:
The Tenant must notify the Landlord in writing of any damage, problem, or breakage, which the Landlord will repair within a reasonable time. If the cause of the problem, damage, or breakage is due to the Tenant or their guests, the Landlord may require the Tenant to bear the repair costs.
The Tenant may fix it at their costs and deduct a reasonable repair amount from their Rent if the Landlord does not repair or otherwise resolve an extremely habitable defect in the appropriate time.
The Tenant may not modify the Property, such as painting the ceiling, walls, or other parts of the residence, putting nails in the walls, or other modifications that might damage the Property beyond the standard wear and tear.
The Landlord is responsible for repairing any habitable defects and mechanical damages, like plumbing, electrical problems, HVAC breakages, etc., within a reasonable timeframe.
Both parties agree to adhere to the below terms.