14. (a) (i) Automobiles shall be parked only in such spaces which the Landlord may designate from time to time and the Landlord shall have the right to reassign such parking spaces from time to time as the Landlord, in its sole discretion, may determine. The Tenant shall furnish the Landlord with such information as it may require to identify the Tenant's automobile and the Tenant shall affix to the vehicle such identification as may be designated by the Landlord from time to time. The landlord shall have no obligation to provide parking for more than the number of automobiles specified in paragraph 1 of this Tenancy Agreement. The Tenant shall not assign or sublet any parking space.
(ii)Any parking space allotted to the Tenant by the Landlord may be used only for the purpose of parking one automobile which is regularly operated by the Tenant. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, it is expressly understood and agreed that the Tenant shall not park or store on the Landlord's property any additional automobile, any automobile which has been abandoned or is inoperable or does not bear any valid license permit, and furthermore that the Tenant shall not park or store on the Landlord's property any commercial vehicle, propane powered vehicle, recreational vehicle, trailer, boat or any other object.
iii) In the event that the Tenant contravenes any of the provisions of sub-paragraph 14A.(i) or 14A.(ii) hereof, the Landlord shall have the right to remove the automobile, vehicle, trailer, boat or object, as the case may be, from the property of the Landlord at the Tenant's risk and expense. No action shall lie against the Landlord in replevin, conversion, damages or otherwise as a consequence of such removal and the Tenant shall reimburse the Landlord for any expense which he may incur in removing, storing or disposing of any vehicle, trailer, boat or object.
(iv) No repairs, cleaning, washing or maintenance to any vehicle shall be carried out on the Landlord's property.
(b) (i) The Tenant shall not do, bring or keep anything in the Rented Premises, or permit or suffer such act which will in any way create a risk of fire or increase the rate of fire insurance on the building or contents.
(ii) Barbecuing on balconies or making of fires shall not be permitted in or about the Rented Premises.
(c)The Tenant shall not cause, permit or suffer any noise or interference which is disturbing to the comfort or reasonable enjoyment of the Rented Premises by the Landlord or any other tenant.
(d) (i) The sidewalks, entry, passageways and stairways used in common shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than proper access to and from the Rented Premises. Bicycles shall be kept only in areas designated by the Landlord.
(ii) The Tenant agrees not to permit or suffer any partition or fences to be erected on, in, or about the Rented Premises.
(iii) The Landlord shall have the right to limit access to the building by delivery services.
(e) (i) The Tenant shall not permit the painting of any portion of the Rented Premises, or erect or cause to be erected any structure in, about, or upon the Rented Premises, or permit or make any alterations or changes in or about the Rented Premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
(ii) Wallpaper shall not be installed without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
(iii) Spikes, hooks, screws, nails, or stick-on hangers shall not be put into or upon any walls and woodwork of the Rented Premises.
(iv) No adhesive products or self-adhesive products shall be used within the Rented Premises, including, but not limited to: self-adhesive picture hangers, clothes hooks, refrigerator decorations, bathroom decals and floor tiles, without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
(f) The Landlord shall furnish electric light bulbs in the fixtures and fuses in any panel box installed by the Landlord at the time the Tenant takes possession of the Rented Premises, but not thereafter. Upon termination of the tenancy, the Tenant shall be responsible for ensuring that all electric light bulbs and fuses are in place and in an operable condition. Smoke Detectors
(g) The Tenant acknowledges receipt of smoke alarm maintenance information and agrees to immediately notify the Landlord in writing of any damage or malfunction of any smoke detector supplied by the Landlord and the Landlord agrees to service same, provided:
(i) the Landlord shall furnish a battery for each smoke detector requiring same at the time the Tenant takes possession of the Rented Premises, which battery shall thereafter be replaced as needed from time to time by the Tenant: and (ii) the Landlord shall not be responsible for servicing the smoke detectors and fire related equipment, including in-suite speakers, if the malfunction is due to tampering or adjustments made thereto or removal thereof by the Tenant or his guests and the Tenant shall reimburse the Landlord for any expenses incurred for replacement or servicing of the equipment if the malfunction is so caused.
(h) (i) No awnings, shades, flower boxes, aerials, satellite dishes, or other items shall be erected over or placed outside windows, doors, balconies or inside patios. Balconies or patios shall not be used for the hanging or drying of clothes or for storage. No objects whatsoever shall be dropped, thrown, propelled or projected from the Rented Premises, and no Tenant shall permit or tolerate such act.
(ii) Drapes and drapery tracks where provided by the Landlord shall not be removed. The Tenant shall not install or permit to be installed over any windows or doors any flags, sheets, towels, metal, or other similar items which, in the sole opinion of the Landlord are detrimental to the appearance of the building.
(iii) The Tenant shall maintain any patio or balcony area forming part of the Rented Premises in a neat and tidy condition at all times to the satisfaction of the Landlord and in no case shall the Tenant install or place carpeting of any kind on the balcony.
(i) No signs, advertisements or notices shall be posted or inscribed on or in any part of the building by the Tenant.
(j) (i) The Tenant shall not permit a dog, cat or other animal, bird, reptile, or pet of any kind to be kept or allowed on, in, or about the Rented Premises. The Tenant shall indemnify and save the Landlord harmless from any claims arising from injury to any person or damage to any property in the Rented Premises as a result of the Tenants or his guests bringing any animal, bird, reptile or pet into the Rented Premises or in or about the buildings wherein the Rented Premises are situated. Failure by the Landlord to enforce this provision is not deemed a waiver of this provision and the Tenant hereby acknowledges that the Landlord is not estopped from enforcing this provision at any time.
(ii) The Tenant hereby accepts liability for any and all claims and actions initiated by the Landlord, another Tenant, a future Tenant or any other person for any injury to any person or damage to any property in or about the Rented Premises as a result of the Tenant or his guests bringing any animal, bird, reptile or pet into the Rented Premises or in or about the building where the Rented Premises are situated.
(k) The Tenant shall keep the Rented Premises free from vermin and in so doing shall procure and pay for any professional pest control service which may be necessary from time to time and a failure by the Tenant to comply with this provision shall be deemed to constitute a consent that the Landlord may enter the premises for the purpose of exterminating any such vermin and any costs thereof shall be payable to the Landlord by the Tenant. The Tenant hereby further consents to entry of the Landlord or anyone designated by the Landlord for the purpose of treating the Rented Premises for pest control purposes.
(l) All garbage shall be wrapped in plastic or disposable garbage bags and tied and sorted if required and placed in the areas designated by the Landlord and at such times which it may designate, all in conformity with Department of Health or any other Municipal authority having jurisdiction over regulations and any applicable recycling regulations. It is expressly agreed and understood, however, that garbage shall not be stored outside the Rented Premises at any time unless in facilities designated by the Landlord.
(m) The Tenant shall not bring or permit the bringing or storage of any contaminants or noxious, dangerous or toxic substances into or upon the rented premises or any part of the residential complex or lands upon which the residential complex is situate. The Tenant shall be liable to indemnify the Landlord for any damages howsoever caused and any other liability which may accrue at law to the Landlord as a consequence of the Tenant's breach of this term. If a question arises relating to a contaminant or noxious, dangerous or toxic substances, such question will be determined having regard to Ontario or Federal law or by a person whom the Landlord believes to be an expert qualified to determine the question.
(n)The Tenant shall give the Landlord prompt written notice of any accident or defects such as, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, defects or accidents involving water pipes and fixtures, gas pipes and fixtures, heating apparatus, tub surrounds, electric lights or any other installations and shall be liable for any damages caused by failure to give such notice.
(o) The use of the washing machines and dryers shall be subject to any rules, regulations or Notices posted or provided by the Landlord and no laundry shall be hung in, around, or about any portion of the Rented Premises. Water lines to the washer shall be shut off when the washer is not in use.
(p) Except if repairs or replacements are required by normal wear and tear, the Tenant shall be responsible for all repairs and replacements in the Rented Premises caused by the willful or negligent conduct of the Tenant or persons permitted in the Rented Premises by the Tenant, including, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, broken glass, torn screens, damaged light fixtures, plugged toilets, plugged sink drains, counter tops, etc.
(q) Ice shall not be scraped from any surface and electric defrosters shall not be used in any refrigerator. Plastic parts of the refrigerator shall not be subjected to water hotter than the hand can bear. Any damage to the refrigerator shall be paid for by the Tenant.
(r) The Tenant shall not use any appliance in addition to those supplied by the Landlord including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, any space heater, dishwasher, air-conditioner, washing machine, clothes dryer, and refuse compactor, without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord and paying to the Landlord the required charge for the use thereof. The Tenant shall properly care for all appliances supplied by the Landlord and notify the Landlord in writing if such appliances require repair; further, any damage to such appliances shall be paid for by the Tenant.
(s) The Tenant shall obtain, at his expense, appropriate liability insurance for any water bed installed in the Rented Premises and shall provide proof of same to the Landlord prior to installation of any water bed. Further, the Tenant shall be liable for all claims and actions initiated by the Landlord, another Tenant or any other person for any injury to any person or damage to any property in or about the Rented Premises as a result of water leaking, issuing or flowing from any water bed installed in the Rented Premises.
(t) (i) Household furniture and effects may be removed from the Rented Premises only at such time and in such manner as prescribed by the Landlord.
(ii) The Tenant shall not damage any part of the building or Rented Premises by moving furniture or other articles in or out and the Tenant agrees to indemnify the Landlord for any expenses incurred in repairing any damage so caused.
(u) (i) The Tenant shall not alter or add to the locking system on any door giving direct entry to the Rented Premises without written permission by the Landlord. The Tenant hereby consents to any change of locks in the building including that of the door giving direct entry into the Rented Premises, provided the Landlord gives the Tenant replacement keys.
(ii) In the event the Tenant or his guest(s) locks himself out of the Rented Premises, the Landlord shall not be obligated to unlock the Rented Premises and the Tenant shall be responsible for all costs of re-entry including, but not limited to, locksmith charges, charges for damages howsoever caused, and any service charge payable to the Landlord if the Landlord agrees to unlock the Premises.
(v) (i) The rules, regulations and posted notices governing the use of any additional services by the Landlord shall be observed and adhered to. Such services may include, but shall not be limited to, swimming pools, sauna baths, exercise rooms, recreational areas and similar services which are for the exclusive use of the Tenant.
(ii) The Tenant shall not violate, or permit or suffer violation of any Federal, Provincial or Municipal statutes, laws, by-laws, or regulations.
(iii) If the Rented Premises are subject to the Condominium Act, the Tenant agrees to be bound by the Declaration, by-laws, rules and regulations of the Condominium Corporation and the said Act.
(w) The Tenant covenants and agrees to comply with each of the rules and regulations herein and, upon notice, any additions or amendments thereto.