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1 THE BUCKINGHAM RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY All residents of The Buckingham are members of The Buckingham Community and, as such, are required to enter into a Contract that defines their rights and responsibilities as members of that Community. The Contract includes the Lease set forth below, the Application for this Lease, all Lease Addenda, including, without limitation, the Crime-Free Addendum, attached hereto as Exhibit A, and The Buckingham Community Building Policies And Procedures, attached hereto as Exhibit B, which may be revised and amended from time to time. You should read the Contract carefully because it is a legally binding agreement that requires you, among other things, to pay rent on an exclusive bedroom space ( Bedroom ) or bed ( Bed ) within a defined price range (determined by Floor and Apartment Style) in The Buckingham. The amount of Rent you will be required to pay is determined by the location of the Bedroom as to Floor Range: i.e., whether in Floors 3-14; 15-21; or 22-26; and Apartment Style: i.e., whether Single, Double; Studio Single; or Studio-Double. Page 1 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

2 THE BUCKINGHAM SUMMER LEASE A Summary of the Chicago Residential Landlord-Tenant Ordinance ( CRLTO ) is Attached Hereto as Exhibit C. A complete copy of the CRLTO can be accessed at the website of the Chicago City Clerk, DATE OF LEASE TERM OF LEASE RENT SECURITY DEPOSIT ACTIVITY FEE LESSEE: NAME: PREMISES APT. NO. ADDRESS OF PREMISES: BEGINNING ENDING PAYMENTS TO BE MADE: One payment (for whole term) Full Semester Payment (prior to each semester during whole term) Monthly payments (due on the first day of each month) equal to $ BEDROOM/BED NO. 59 EAST VAN BUREN STREET CITY: CHICAGO, IL LESSOR: $ (Held in a Separate Account at SIGNATURE BANK, Chicago, Illinois, as required by CRLTO, (a)(1)) $ (Fully earned by Lessor to cover expense of social activities.) IDENTIFICATION OF LESSOR AND AGENT Lessor or Authorized Management Agent: NAME: ADDRESS: BUCKINGHAM MASTER TENANT, LLC 59 EAST VAN BUREN STREET CITY: CHICAGO, IL TELEPHONE NUMBER: NOTICE OF CONDITIONS AFFECTING HABITABILITY I hereby acknowledge that Lessor has disclosed below any code violations, code enforcement litigation and / or compliance board proceedings during the previous 12 months for the apartment and common area and any notice of intent to terminate utility service, copies of which, if any, are attached to this Lease. NONE AT THIS TIME In consideration of the mutual agreements and covenants hereinstated, Lessor hereby leases to Lessee, and Lessee hereby leases from Lessor, for a private bedroom and the shared use of the Common Areas of the Apartment designated above, together with the furniture, fixtures and appliances belonging thereto, for the above Term. LESSEE: Print Name ADDITIONAL COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS (if any). (SEAL) Date: / / (SEAL) LESSOR: (SEAL) U.S. Equities Student Housing, LLC, as agent for Buckingham Master Tenant, LLC Date: / / (SEAL) Page 2 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

3 Summer Lease Table of Contents 1. LEASED PREMISES RENT LATE CHARGES SECURITY DEPOSIT POSSESSION CONDITION OF THE PREMISES FURNISHINGS USE OF PREMISES LESSEE TO MAINTAIN APPLICATION WATER INTRUSION, WATER DAMAGE, AND MOLD ROOMMATES PROHIBITED CONDUCT INTERNET USE SUBLET OR ASSIGNMENT NO ALTERATIONS ACCESS HEAT AND WATER NO EARLY TERMINATION OF THIS LEASE RELOCATION OF LESSEE WITHIN THE BUILDING ACTIVITY FEE MOVE-OUT PROCEDURES RIGHT TO RELET EVENTS OF DEFAULT REMEDIES FOR DEFAULT NOTICES FIRE AND CASUALTY SURRENDER OF PREMISES AND RETURN OF POSSESSION EMINENT DOMAIN JOINT OBLIGATIONS SMOKE DETECTORS BINDING ON HEIRS REMEDIES CUMULATIVE SEVERABILITY CLAUSE STORAGE INSURANCE SUBORDINATION BUILDING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES USE OF LIKENESS Exhibits Exhibit A Crime Free Addendum.. E01 Exhibit B Building Procedures and Policies E03 Exhibit C Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance. E09 Exhibit F Network Acceptable Use Policy. E18 Page 3 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

4 SUMMER LEASE COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS 1. LEASED PREMISES: The Lessee identified above hereby leases the Bedroom or Bed, designated by the Bedroom/Bed Number set forth above (the Bed ), in the Apartment designated by the Number set forth above (hereinafter the Apartment ). If the Apartment has more than one bedroom, the Lessee shall have the right to shared use, with one or more Roommates, of the Apartment, and a non-exclusive right to use the common elements in The Buckingham, located at 59 East Van Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois (the Building ), for purposes incidental to this Lease. The Bedroom is hereinafter referred to as the Premises. 2. RENT: Lessee shall pay to the Lessor or Lessor s agent the Rent set forth above at Lessor s address stated above or such other address as Lessor may designate from time to time. The due date of each payment of Rent is as set forth above. If the Rent is payable in one lump sum, then such lump sum shall be paid in advance of Lessee taking occupancy of the Premises. Whether Rent is paid in one lump sum or in monthly installments, time is of the essence in this Lease. If monthly payments are contemplated by the Lease, Monthly Rent shall be paid on or before the first day of each calendar month. 3. LATE CHARGES: The monthly Rent due and payable hereunder shall be increased $10.00 for the first $ in monthly rent plus five (5%) percent per month for any amount in excess of $ in monthly rent if such monthly rent is received after the fifth day of the month. Solely by way of illustration, if monthly Rent of $1,000 is received after the fifth day of the month, then a late charge of $35.00 ( Additional Rent ) shall be payable thereon, calculated as follows: Amount Late Charge $0 - $500 $ $10.00 $ % $ $25.00 Total $1, $35.00 For purposes of assessing late charges, Rent shall be deemed received on the date it is actually received by Lessor, regardless of when mailed. If a payment of Rent is made by personal check which is later dishonored by Lessee s bank, Lessee shall be liable to pay to Lessor as Additional Rent any bank charges incurred by Lessor as a result of such dishonored check, in addition to the Late Charge due on the payment of Rent. Lessor shall have no obligation to redeposit a dishonored check, and shall have the right to demand that all future Rent payments by Lessee be made by direct debit, money order or certified funds. Concurrently with the execution of this lease, Lessor has completed, executed and tendered to Lessor the Credit Card Authorization Form and Direct Debit Authorization Form attached hereto as Exhibit D. Page 4 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

5 4. SECURITY DEPOSIT: Lessee has deposited with Lessor the Security Deposit set forth above, to be retained by Lessor to ensure that Lessee shall fully perform each and every term and obligation provided in this Lease. Lessee hereby acknowledges that, at the time of receiving such Security Deposit, Lessor tendered to Lessee a Receipt substantially in the form of the Security Deposit Receipt attached hereto as Exhibit E, signed by the person receiving the Security Deposit. If Lessee fully performs each and every obligation of this Lease and pays all sums due to Lessor, then Lessor, after the Lessee has surrendered possession of the Premises as required herein and has delivered the keys thereto, shall refund said deposit to Lessee, including interest as is provided by law. If Lessee fails to perform or comply with any provision of this Lease, then Lessor shall deduct any damages caused by such failure from the Security Deposit. The Security Deposit shall not be treated as an advance payment of Rent, and Lessee may not apply the Security Deposit as a payment of Rent. Upon a sale and conveyance of The Buckingham, Lessor may transfer the Security Deposit to the new owner, and, upon such transfer, all of Lessor s liability for such Security Deposit shall terminate and Lessor shall have no further liability under this Lease for events occurring after such transfer. Upon termination of this Lease, Lessee shall provide a forwarding address to Lessor in writing; and any invoice for any amount payable to Lessor may be sent to that address. Interest on the Security Deposit shall be paid as required by applicable law, including the Chicago Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance, as set forth in the summary appended hereto as Exhibit C. 5. POSSESSION: If Lessor cannot deliver possession of the Premises, or alternative Premises in the same Apartment Style (i.e., Single, Double, Studio-Single, Studio- Double) and floor range (i.e., Floors 3-14; 15-21; or 22-26)) at the commencement of the Lease Term, then Rent shall be abated until comparable premises are available for occupancy by Lessee. Lessor shall not be liable to Lessee for any consequential damages to Lessee arising as a result of Lessor s inability to give Lessee possession of the Premises at the commencement of the Lease Term. 6. CONDITION OF THE PREMISES: Lessee shall examine and inspect the Premises within 24 hours of first taking possession of the Premises and notify Lessor in writing of any defects. If so notified, Lessor will use its best efforts to repair any defects within a reasonable time frame. Lessee s failure to notify Lessor of any defects within 24 hours of first taking possession of the Premises shall be conclusive evidence that the Premises, including, without limitation, heating, plumbing, and smoke detectors, are in good condition, and shall constitute Lessee s conclusive acknowledgment of same. 7. FURNISHINGS: In the event that furniture, fixtures and/or appliances are provided by Lessor in the Premises or the Apartment (collectively Furnishings ), Lessee acknowledges that such Furnishings have been provided for Lessee s use. Lessee shall examine the Furnishings within 24 hours of first taking possession of the Premises and notify Lessor in writing of any defects. Lessee s failure to notify Lessor of any defects within 24 hours of first taking possession of the Premises shall be conclusive evidence of Lessee s receipt thereof in good order and repair. Lessee shall maintain the Furnishings in a good and clean condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Lessee shall not remove any Furnishings from the Premises during the term of this Lease without the prior written consent of Lessor. All Furnishings shall be returned to Lessor when Lessee vacates the Premises, at the expiration of the Term of this Page 5 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

6 Lease, or when Lessee s right to possession of the Premises is terminated, whichever occurs first. In the event that any Furnishing is damaged or otherwise not returned to Lessor in a condition satisfactory to Lessor, Lessee shall pay to Lessor as Additional Rent, upon demand, the cost to repair or replace the damaged Furnishing(s), as determined by Lessor. Lessor shall have the right to deduct any amounts owed in respect hereof from the Security Deposit paid by Lessee pursuant to this Lease, or to deduct the cost of such damages by direct debit or credit card as provided on Exhibit D. In the event that Lessee shares an Apartment with one or more Roommates, all Roommates will be jointly and severally liable for the cost to repair or replace any damaged Furnishing(s), as determined by Lessor, unless it is conclusively shown that one Roommate is solely responsible for the loss or damage. 8. USE OF PREMISES: The Premises and Apartment shall be occupied solely for residential purposes and solely by Lessee. Any activity that interferes with or decreases the use and enjoyment of the Building by other residents of the Building shall constitute a material breach of this Lease. No Lessee shall operate any organized business for remunerative purposes in or from the Building or the Premises. Neither Lessee nor any other person residing with or visiting Lessee shall have been convicted of a felony nor shall Lessee suffer, perform or permit any act or practice that may damage the reputation of the Building or be injurious to the Building or the operation thereof; be disturbing to other tenants; or be illegal, immoral, or increase the rate of insurance on the Building. Neither Lessee nor any guest of Lessee shall engage in any criminal activity including, without limitation, drug-related activity in or near the Building nor shall they engage in any acts of violence or threats of violence or interfere with the health, safety or rights of other residents, employees or agents of Lessor, or persons in the immediate vicinity of the Building. Lessee shall be responsible for the conduct of all persons visiting the Building, Apartment, or Premises at Lessee s behest or sufferance. Lessee further acknowledges that if the Lease contemplates an Apartment with more than one bed then Lessee shall have shared use of the Apartment including, without limitation, Living Areas, Kitchen, bathroom(s), hallways, and closets of the Apartment. Lessee shall also have a right of shared, non-exclusive use of the common areas of the Building (the Common Areas ). Lessee may not occupy or otherwise use any unoccupied Bedroom in a multi-bedroom Apartment. Rent will be assessed against a Lessee found to have used and/or occupied an otherwise unoccupied Bedroom in a multi-bedroom Apartment. In the event any portion of the Building is undergoing work related to maintenance or repair, Lessee shall observe all warning signs and blockades, and avoid such construction areas. If the Lessee does not follow The Buckingham Building Policies And Procedures promulgated in respect of the Building, as amended from time to time (attached hereto as Exhibit B), or interferes with another Lessee s quiet enjoyment of the Apartment and/or Common Areas, then Lessor, at its sole discretion, may terminate Lessee s Lease. 9. LESSEE TO MAINTAIN: Lessee shall keep the Premises and the Apartment in a clean, sanitary, sightly, and healthy condition, and in good order and repair, and in accordance with any and all Ordinances in such cases made and provided, at Lessee s own expense, and upon the termination of this Lease, for any reason, Lessee shall yield and return the same back to Lessor in as good condition of cleanliness and repair as at the date of the execution of this Lease, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Within ten (10) days of notice to Lessee, Lessee shall reimburse Lessor for all necessary repairs to the Premises and the Apartment Page 6 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

7 whenever damage to the same has occurred or repairs are required due to Lessee s misconduct or neglect. In the event that Lessee does not timely reimburse Lessor for all necessary repairs, Lessor has the right to offset such costs against Lessee s Security Deposit, or direct debit or credit card as provided in Exhibit D. If Lessor offsets such costs from Lessee s Security Deposit, Lessee shall immediately restore the Security Deposit to the same level as required at the commencement of the Lease. Lessee shall not cause or permit any waste, misuse, or neglect to occur to the water, gas, utilities, fire sprinkler system, furniture, fixtures, or any other portion of the Premises. Upon the end of the Term of this Lease, the Bedroom and Apartment must be returned to Lessor in the condition that Lessee received them in. 10. APPLICATION: Lessee s Lease Application and all the representations contained therein or in any Lease Addendum, including the Crime-Free Lease Addendum, are incorporated herein as a part of this Lease. Lessee warrants that all the information contained in Lessee s Application and the Crime-Free Lease Addendum is true. If any of said information is false or misleading, Lessor may, at Lessor s sole option and discretion, elect to terminate this Lease. 11. WATER INTRUSION, WATER DAMAGE, AND MOLD: Lessee acknowledges that, at the commencement of Lessee s occupancy of the Premises, Lessee inspected the Premises and did not find mold or mold-related conditions. Lessee acknowledges the importance of observing reasonable housekeeping, ventilation, and moisture control practices in Lessee s use of the Premises, including Lessee s compliance with The Buckingham Building Policies and Procedures, in order to prevent water intrusion, water damage, and mold. Lessee acknowledges that excessive moisture can result from a variety of sources, including, without limitation, shower, or bathtub overflows, washing machine or dishwashing machine overflows, and cooking spills, and Lessee will use all reasonable efforts to avoid excessive moisture in the Premises or Apartment. 12. ROOMMATES: Lessee acknowledges that Lessor has the right to Lease any vacant Bedroom or Bed in any multi-bedroom Apartment in which the Premises are located before or during the Term of this Lease, without notice to Lessee. Lessees occupying Bedrooms located in a multi-bedroom Apartment are referred to herein as Roommate(s). Lessee acknowledges that Lessee is solely responsible for peacefully coexisting with any Roommate, even if Lessor placed the Roommate without notice to Lessee. Lessor shall not be liable for any personal conflict between Roommates, or between guests, licensees, or invitees of Roommates, or among Lessees who reside in the Building. A conflict of any kind, including, but not limited to, actual or threatened physical injury, between Roommates or between Lessees who reside in the Building, shall not constitute grounds for termination of this Lease by Lessee. Lessor shall not be liable for any personal injury to Lessee or damage or loss to Lessee s property, including, without limitation, any injury, loss, or damage caused by burglary, assault, vandalism, theft, or any other crime. No one other than the Lessee and, in the case of a multi-bedroom Apartment, Roommate(s) may occupy the Apartment. 13. PROHIBITED CONDUCT: Lessee agrees to abide by all federal, state, and municipal laws, Ordinances, regulations, and orders, including but not limited to those pertaining Page 7 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

8 to use of hazardous or illegal substances, as well as all Building Policies and Procedures established by Lessor in respect of the Building now in effect or which may hereafter be so. established. Lessee agrees that neither Lessee nor Lessee s guests shall: 1) be loud, obnoxious, disorderly, boisterous or unlawful; 2) disturb or threaten the rights, comfort, health, safety, or convenience of others (including Lessor s agents) in or near the Building; 3) display, discharge, or possess, a gun, knife or other weapon in a way that might threaten or harm others or Roommates including, without limitation, any pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun, or other weapon designed or intended to propel a missile of any kind, knives of stated dimensions, razors, throwing stars, num chucks, or similar objects; 4) disturb or disrupt the business operations of the Building; 5) be involved in or commit criminal activity of any kind; 6) allow into the Building any illegal manufacture, sale, possession or use of any drugs or illegal substances or drug paraphernalia controlled by any lawful authority with jurisdiction over the Building; 7) possess or keep any explosives, flammable or hazardous substances, or any item or thing of a dangerous nature in or on the Premises or in or on the Building; 8) engage in or threaten violence; or 9) tamper with utilities or telecommunications equipment. Lessee agrees not to play televisions, radios or musical instruments or musical playback equipment in a manner that disturbs other tenants, and shall maintain the volume of such equipment at reasonable levels. In addition, Lessee agrees to limit playing of such equipment between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. to a volume that cannot be heard by persons outside of the Premises. 14. INTERNET USE: As a condition of this Lease, Lessee shall execute and be bound by the Network Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) attached hereto as Exhibit F. 15. SUBLET OR ASSIGNMENT: Lessee shall neither sublet the Premises nor any part thereof, nor assign this Lease, without, in each case, prior written consent of Lessor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Lessor shall accept a reasonable sub-lessee as provided by Ordinance, so long as sub-lessee meets Lessor s application requirements, including, without limitation, those pertaining to creditworthiness, prior rental history, and the Crime Free Addendum. 16. NO ALTERATIONS: Lessee shall neither make alterations to the Premises nor install any appliances, locks, or other equipment of any kind without the prior written consent of Lessor. 17. ACCESS: Lessee shall not unreasonably withhold consent to Lessor to enter the Apartment at reasonable times for maintenance, cleaning, and all other reasonable purposes, as provided by statute or Ordinance. 18. HEAT AND WATER: Lessor shall furnish hot and cold running water. Lessor shall also furnish heat in reasonable amounts at reasonable hours, as provided by statute or Ordinance, except when prevented by causes beyond Lessor s control or when the water or heating system is being repaired. Lessee shall at all times maintain the temperature in the Premises at a minimum of 45 degrees, and shall be responsible for all damages resulting from the failure to do Page 8 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

9 19. NO EARLY TERMINATION OF THIS LEASE: Lessee acknowledges that there is no right to early termination of this Lease, and that Lessee shall not be released from this Lease for any reason including, without limitation, voluntary or involuntary withdrawal or transfer from school; voluntary or involuntary job transfer; marriage, separation, divorce, marital reconciliation; loss or change of Roommates or co-occupants; loss of employment; bad health; or a property purchase. 20. RELOCATION OF LESSEE WITHIN THE BUILDING: Lessor reserves the right to relocate Lessee to another Bedroom or Bed within the Building at Lessor s sole discretion. Lessor shall, if reasonably practicable, honor a Lessee s request to share or be relocated to a particular Apartment, but is under no obligation to do so. 21. ACTIVITY FEE: The Buckingham arranges periodic social activities for Lessee as a member of the Buckingham Community. To cover the expense of those social events, Lessee agrees to pay to Lessor the Activity Fee set forth above concurrently with the execution of this lease, and at any subsequent annual renewal. The Activity Fee is fully earned by Lessor upon payment and will not be returned or refunded to Lessee. 22. MOVE-OUT PROCEDURES: Immediately prior to move-out of Lessee, Lessor shall note the condition of the Premises and Apartment, including all appliances and Furnishings, and any damage done thereto, which is deemed by Lessor to have occurred during Lessee s occupation of the Premises and Apartment. Upon termination of this Lease, for any reason, Lessee shall surrender the Premises and Furnishings in the same condition as when received, in a good, clean and sanitary condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted, including removing all trash from the Premises and returning Furnishings to their original position. Lessee shall return to Lessor all keys, access cards, and remote control devices, if applicable, issued to the Lessee by Lessor. If all keys, cards, and devices issued to Lessee are not returned to Lessor, Lessee shall pay all costs associated with re-keying and replacement of locks, keys, cards, and remote-control devices for the Premises. Lessee s failure to follow the prescribed move out procedures may result in the partial or full forfeiture of the Security Deposit, but in no event shall such forfeiture be construed as liquidated damages. If no Security Deposit exists, Lessee will be invoiced for all damages, cleaning, repairs, rekeying, and replacement costs, and shall immediately reimburse Lessor for such charges. 23. RIGHT TO RELET: If Lessee shall remove a substantial portion of his or her personal property or otherwise abandon or vacate the Premises, Lessor may immediately re-let the Premises as provided by Ordinance; or if the Premises become vacant by reason of Lessee s breach, or if this Lease has been terminated by reason of Lessee s breach, or if Lessee has been evicted, Lessor may re-let the Premises, and Lessee shall be liable and pay for the expenses of reletting and losses to the end of the Term, or as otherwise provided by Ordinance. Lessee s obligation to pay Rent during the Term or any extension thereof shall continue and shall not be waived, released or terminated by the service of a five-day notice, demand for possession, notice of termination of tenancy, the filing of a forcible entry and detainer action, or judgment for possession, or any other act resulting in the termination of Lessee s right of possession. Page 9 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

10 24. EVENTS OF DEFAULT: Lessee shall be in default under this Lease if: (1) Lessee fails to pay any installment of Rent or Additional Rent, when due hereunder; (2) Lessee abandons the Premises; (3) Lessee fails to perform any of his or her obligations hereunder; (4) any information contained in Lessee s Application is untrue or misleading; (5) Lessee or Lessee s guest violates this Contract, or any fire, safety, health, or criminal law, regulation, or Ordinance, regardless of whether or where arrest or conviction occurs; (6) illegal drugs or paraphernalia are found in the Premises; (7) Lessee, in bad faith, makes an invalid habitability complaint to a government official or employee of a utility company; or (8) Lessee is arrested, charged, detained, convicted, or given deferred adjudication or pre-trial diversion for a felony offense or a sex-related crime, including a misdemeanor. 25. REMEDIES FOR DEFAULT: If Lessee is in default Lessor may at its option terminate this Contract by written notice to Lessee. Lessee shall surrender possession of the Premises to Lessor upon the date specified in such termination notice, and Lessee shall be liable to Lessor for, and shall indemnify Lessor against, all loss and other expenses (including costs for re-letting, refurbishing, cleaning or otherwise making the Premises suitable for re-letting) suffered or incurred by Lessor as a result of Lessee s default and the termination of this Lease. Notwithstanding the commencement of a judicial eviction or dispossessory proceeding and the issuance and execution of a writ of possession on account of any default by Lessee, Lessee shall remain liable to Lessor for all Rental Installments and Additional Rent, accrued through the date on which possession is obtained by Lessor, and Lessee shall continue to be liable for all Rental installment(s) and Additional Rent accruing thereafter until the earlier of the expiration of the Term of the Lease or the re-rental of the Premises. It is intended that Lessor s remedies for a default hereunder shall be as broad as permitted by applicable laws and shall include, without limitation, (a) the right to cancel this Contract, reserving the right to collect any unpaid Rent; or (b) the right to rent the Premises for the account of Lessee, in which event the proceeds shall be applied first to the cost of subletting (including advertising and commissions), second, to the cost of repairing any damage to the Premises, and third, to Lessee s rental obligations hereunder, with Lessee and any Guarantor(s) remaining fully responsible for any deficiency in the Lease obligations for the remainder of the Term. Exercise by Lessor of any remedy shall not be deemed exclusive of the right to collect Rent, or of Lessor s right to avail itself of any remedy allowed at law. In the event The Buckingham Building Policies and Procedures now existing or hereafter promulgated prescribe warning and/or charges for certain actions of Lessee which may constitute violations of this Lease, Lessor may elect, in its sole discretion, to enforce the default and/or termination provisions contained herein to enforce the provisions of The Buckingham Building Policies and Procedures. In the event of a default by Lessee hereunder, in addition to any other remedies, Lessor is entitled to employ an attorney at law to enforce Lessor s rights hereunder. Lessor may report unpaid Rent, Additional Rent, or other charges to the applicable credit reporting agencies for recordation in Lessee s and, where applicable, Guarantor s credit record. 26. NOTICES: Any demand or notice may be served by delivering a copy to the Lessee, or by leaving the same with some person above the age of twelve years, residing on or in the possession of the Premises; or by sending a copy of said notice to the Lessee by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by posting the same on Lessee s door to the Premises. Page 10 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

11 27. FIRE AND CASUALTY: If the Premises shall be rendered untenable by fire or by other casualty, the Lessor shall not be obligated to restore the Premises and tenant may terminate this Lease, as provided by applicable law. 28. SURRENDER OF PREMISES AND RETURN OF POSSESSION: At the termination of this Lease, by lapse of time or otherwise, Lessee shall yield up and surrender immediate possession to Lessor or his Agent. Lessee agrees that the Premises are being leased for the Term defined herein and must be vacated immediately upon the end of the Term. Lessee agrees that if the Premises are not vacated at the end of the Term, then, at Lessor s option, the Lease becomes a daily Lease, subject to liquidated damages of $ for each day that possession is withheld. If Lessor files a statutory forcible entry and retainer action for possession based upon Lessee s failure to vacate the Premises, then Lessee shall pay Lessor a sum equal to double the amount of the rent herein set forth as liquidated damages for the time that possession is withheld 29. EMINENT DOMAIN: If the whole or a substantial portion of the Premises is condemned by any competent authority for any public use of purpose, this Lease shall be terminated. 30. JOINT OBLIGATIONS: The words Lessor and Lessee when used in this Lease shall be construed to be plural if more than one person comprises either party to this Lease, and each shall be jointly and severally obligated to perform all of the terms and conditions of this Lease. 31. SMOKE DETECTORS: As stated, Lessee acknowledges that at the time of obtaining initial possession of the Premises, all smoke detectors required to be installed in the Premises have been installed and are in good working order. 32. BINDING ON HEIRS: All covenants contained herein shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of Lessor and Lessee and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, assigns and successors. 33. REMEDIES CUMULATIVE: Lessor s rights and remedies under this Lease are cumulative. The exercise of any one or more thereof shall not exclude nor preclude Lessor from exercising any other right or remedy. 34. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE: If any clause, provision or portion of this Lease shall be ruled invalid or unenforceable, said decision shall not invalidate nor render unenforceable the remainder of this Lease. 35. STORAGE: Lessor shall not be obligated to provide storage space to Lessee. 36. INSURANCE: Lessor is not an insurer of Lessee s property, and shall have no liability for such property whatsoever. Page 11 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

12 37. SUBORDINATION: Lessee will not do or perform any act which shall encumber Lessor s title to the Premises, and if Lessee causes a lien to be placed on the title, or Premises, Lessor may discharge the lien and Lessee will reimburse Lessor the amount Lessor expended. This Lease shall not be recorded by Lessee and is, and shall be, subordinate to any present or future mortgages or master Leases now, or hereafter, placed on the Premises. 38. BUILDING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES: Lessee shall observe and abide by The Buckingham Building Policies and Procedures set forth at Exhibit B of this Lease, and agrees to be bound and comply with any further reasonable Building Policies and Procedures as may be established by Lessor from time to time. 39. USE OF LIKENESS: Lessee gives Lessor and its agents permission to use Lessee s name, likeness, image, voice, and/or appearance as such may be embodied in any pictures, photos, video recordings, audiotapes, digital images, and the like, taken or made on behalf of Lessor, while Lessee is in the Building. Lessee agrees that the Lessor shall have complete ownership of such pictures, etc., including the entire copyright, and may use them for any purpose. These uses include, but are not limited to illustrations, bulletins, exhibitions, videotapes, reprints, reproductions, publications, advertisements, and any promotional or educational materials in any medium now known or later developed, including the Internet. Lessee acknowledges that Lessee will not receive any compensation, etc. for the use of such pictures, etc., and hereby releases Lessor and its agents and assigns from any and all claims which arise out of or are in any way connected with such use. Page 12 of 12 Summer Lease Lessee Initials

13 CRIME FREE LEASE ADDENDUM In consideration of the execution of a lease of the dwelling unit identified as, Lessor (the Landlord ) and Lessee ( Resident ) agree as follows: 1. Resident, any members of the resident s household or a guest or other person under the resident s control shall not engage in criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity, on or near the said premises. Drug-related criminal activity means the illegal manufacture, sale, distribution, use, or possession with the intent to manufacture, sell, distribute, or use of a controlled substance (as defined in Section 102 of the Illinois Controlled Substance Act, 720 ILCS 570/100 et seq. and in the Controlled Substance Act 21 U.S.C. 802). 2. Resident, any member of the resident s household or a guest or other person under the resident s control shall not engage in any act intended to facilitate criminal activity, including, but not limited to drug-related criminal activity, on or near the said premises. 3. Resident or members of the household shall not permit the dwelling unit to be used for, or to facilitate criminal activity, including but not limited to drug-related criminal activity, regardless or whether the individual engaging in such activity is a member of the household, or a guest. 4. Resident, any member of the resident s household or a guest, or another person under the resident s control shall not engage in the unlawful manufacturing, selling, using, storing, keeping, or giving of a controlled substance at any locations, whether on or near the dwelling unit premises or otherwise. 5. Resident, any member of the resident s household, or a guest or another person under the resident s control shall not engage in and/or facilitate any illegal activity, including but not limited to the following: prostitution, criminal street gang activity, threatening or intimidating, assault including, but not limited to the unlawful discharge of firearms, on or near the dwelling unit premises, or any breach of the lease agreement that otherwise jeopardizes the health, safety and welfare of the landlord, his agent or other tenant or involving imminent or actual serious property damage. 6. VIOLATION OF THE ABOVE PROVISIONS SHALL BE A MATERIAL AND IRREPARABLE VIOLATION OF THE LEASE AND GOOD CAUSE FOR TERMINATION OF TENANCY UNDER THE CHICAGO RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD TENANT ORDINANCE (RLTO). A single violation of any of the provisions of this added addendum shall be deemed a serious violation and a material and irreparable non-compliance. It is understood that a single violation shall be good cause for immediate termination of the lease. Unless provided by law, proof of violation shall not require criminal conviction, but shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. 7. In case of conflict between the provisions of this addendum and any other provisions of the lease, the provisions of the addendum shall govern. 8. This LEASE ADDENDUM is incorporated into the lease executed or renewed this day of, 20, between Landlord and Resident. 9. Please indicate below if you have ever been convicted of a felony crime. Yes: No: Date of Conviction: Lessee(Resident Signature): Print Name Date Lessor(Landlord Signature): Margaret A. Murphy, Facility Manger

14 BUILDING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Compliance All residents and guests must obey these Policies and Procedures, and promptly cooperate with identified Management Staff in the performance of their duties, including but not limited to providing photo identification upon request. Violation of these Policies and Procedures is grounds for termination of the respective tenancy. Pets For health and sanitation reasons, no pets of any kind are allowed, with the exception of fish restricted to tanks no larger than 20 gallons, or a certified assist animal if required and approved in advance by the Property Manager. Any and all damage caused by the keeping of fish or the use of an approved assist animal is the responsibility of the resident(s). Smoke Free Environment To help ensure a clean and healthy environment for everyone, the Buckingham is a smoke free community, both inside and outside the building (within 25 feet of any entrance/exit door). Key Cards and Keys At the time of check in, each resident is provided with a combination of key cards and keys for building access. A key card is provided for access to the front door and apartment unit. A key will be issued to each resident for their assigned apartment unit bedroom. For the mailbox, a key will be issued, to each occupant on apartment for the shared mailbox for that unit. All key cards and keys are property of the Buckingham and should not be duplicated. Key cards and keys must be surrendered at the time of check out/move out. Lost or stolen keys should be reported to Building Security immediately. There are fees for replacement of any key cards and keys. No additional locks or other similar devices shall be attached to any door without the Property Manager s prior written consent. Residents are NOT allowed on the roof, in the mechanical rooms, or other areas non resident designated areas. Hallways, stairways, and elevators shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose other than ingress and egress from the Building. Residents may not place or store any items in the hallways or common areas of the Building. Children shall not be permitted to play in the common areas of the Building. Residents shall not install or operate any machinery, refrigeration, or heating devices or use in or permit to be brought into the Premises any inflammable fluids or materials that may be hazardous to life or property. Concern for the Rights of Other Residents No musical instrument shall be played, and no radio, television, computer, or similar device shall be operated at any time in such manner as to disturb or annoy other Residents, nor shall other F A C I L I T Y M A N U A L

15 noises be made which will disturb or annoy other Residents. Operation of electrical devices which interfere with radio, television, internet, or WIFI reception in the Building is not permitted. Moving In and Out of the Building All moving into and out of the Building shall be through the rear entrance, stairway or service elevator, at hours designated from time to time by the Management Office, and at times reserved in advance of the move in or move out date. Posting Guidelines The Buckingham is a restricted access facility open only to residents and their guests, individuals conducting officially approved business, and those who are granted access for specific limited purpose. ONLY the Buckingham management and residents may place fliers or advertisements in the building in approved locations (such as bulletin boards on each floor located outside the trash room). Management Staff will not only remove materials that are not posted in the approved locations but also may restrict further solicitation activities by those individuals and/or groups in violation. Anyone interested in posting or leaving any materials in the building must obtain approval from the Management Office. Residents shall not solicit, canvass, or conduct any door to door activities in the Building. Management Staff will remove and discard any materials that promote the use of alcohol, illegal drugs, discrimination on the basis of race, gender, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or military status. Janitorial Concerns Janitorial services are provided for the cleaning and upkeep of all common areas within the building including, but not limited to, the lobby, hallways, Internet Café, Sky Lounge, study, and recreational spaces. If an area needs immediate service, please contact building Security Station or Management Office. Apartment Common Area cleaning will be performed at management s sole option periodically throughout the year. Maintenance Concerns Residents are encouraged to report maintenance concerns by filling out a work order at the Security Desk, contacting the Management Office on the second floor or online at Emergency concerns should be reported to building security at extension Windows A strict policy regarding window use and safety is enforced at the Buckingham. DO NOT THROW, DROP, OR ALLOW AN ITEM TO FALL FROM A WINDOW. Bodily harm and endangerment can occur from the smallest amount of debris falling from heights. Windows are to be open for ventilation only. Windows are designed to provide a partial 5 opening only. Windows should be closed whenever it rains or high winds are evident. During winter months, windows should remain closed and adjustments for room temperatures should be made using the thermostat for each unit within the apartment. Opening windows in the winter wastes energy! Residents may not place any article or antenna outside of the windows, on the exterior walls, or on the roof of the Building. F A C I L I T Y M A N U A L

16 Trash Removal and Recycling Each floor is provided with a trash room near the elevators for bagged trash. Residents are required to place their apartment unit trash in the containers located in the trash room. Trash should only be put in 13 gallon kitchen size garbage bags to accommodate the trash chute opening. All garbage bags should be tied securely prior to placement in the trash room. Janitorial staff normally will empty these containers on a daily basis. Large boxes and other oversized trash should be broken down and flattened out for disposal by janitorial staff. Recycling containers are available on every floor for paper, plastic and aluminum cans and on the first floor, located near the dock door. Specific trash removal and recycling procedures may be posted on each floor. Energy Conservation and Green Policy Energy efficient design has been incorporated throughout the building. Residents are encouraged to continue these green goals by: (a) turning off all unused lights; (b) turning off computers and other electrical devices when not in use; (c) encouraging laundry and dishwasher use in the evening; (d) maintaining apartment temperature at 68 degrees for heating and 73 degrees for cooling periods; and (e) keeping windows closed in the colder weather months. Residents agree that they will not run water for an indeterminate or unreasonable length of time. Residents shall not interfere in any manner with the heating, lighting, or other fixtures in the Building; and shall not utilize extension cords or electrical appliances in a manner that violates the Building Code of the City of Chicago. Cooking and Use of Kitchens Residents shall only cook in the kitchen of the apartment units and shall not barbecue, cook, or otherwise prepare food on porches, balconies, or common areas of the Building. Lessee shall not leave food cooking in an apartment unit unattended. Special Oven Safety Timers are installed which require movement in the kitchen for the oven to operate Water beds Water beds are not permitted in the Building without Lessor s express written consent. Water Intrusion Residents shall take all reasonable steps to prevent and/or mitigate water intrusion, water damage, and mold, including, without limitation, the following: i) to clean and dust the Premises on a regular basis and to remove visible moisture on windows, walls and other surfaces as soon as the condition occurs; ii) to not block, cover, or otherwise obstruct heating, ventilation or air conditioning ( HVAC ) ducts in the Premises, and to operate the HVAC system in a reasonable manner so as to maintain temperatures in the Premises within a range of 62 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit; iii) to notify Lessor in writing immediately upon discovery or occurrence in the Premises of a) any evidence of a water leak or excessive moisture in the Premises as well as in any Common Area; b) any evidence of mold or mildew growth in the Premises; c) any failure or malfunction of the HVAC system or exhaust fans in the Premises; d) any inoperable windows and doors in an apartment unit; iv) to use bathroom exhaust fans while bathing or showering, and kitchen fans while cooking, and continue use of such fans for 30 minutes after the activity has F A C I L I T Y M A N U A L

17 ceased; v) to allow a minimum of six inches of space between furniture and walls for proper ventilation; and vi) to use all reasonable care to close all windows and other openings in the Premises as necessary to prevent rain and other outdoor water from penetrating or otherwise entering into the Premises. If Resident discovers mold on sheetrock or any other surface in the apartment unit, Resident will give prompt notice to the Management Office and will not undertake or allow to be taken any steps to clean up or remove the mold without the express written permission of the Management Office. BUILDING ACCESS AND GUEST POLICIES Residents are required to swipe their building access key card when entering the building. Guests of residents are generally allowed within specified guidelines provided by your school, where applicable, and carried out by the Buckingham Management staff. The building s guidelines have been developed primarily to enhance building security, but also to honor the preferences of all residents in their own apartments. No guests are permitted in an apartment, or in any resident s bedroom, without the consent of all residents. Residents are encouraged to talk with roommates and agree to guidelines for guest visitation. All guests must access the building from the front lobby doors, have approval to enter from their host, and check in/checkout at the Security Station. Building Access Policy The outside doors to the Buckingham are locked and monitored each night by building Security Staff. Doors are locked from 10:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m., seven days a week. During these times, residents must show proof of residency and their guests must be registered at the Security Station. Keys and Identification Policy Residents must show their validated student identification card and their building access key card. The Buckingham staff has the right to ask anyone (resident or guest) entering the lobby and/or already in the building to show proof of identification. Residents who are not in possession of their key(s) and student ID when entering the building will be cited for violating the Building Access Policy and must verify their residency to gain entry to the building. All individuals who do not reside in the building in which entry is desired must follow the guidelines outlined in the "Guest Registration" section below. Guest Registration and Behavior A guest is defined as a person who is a non resident of the Buckingham. Hosting residents are responsible for the behavior of their guest(s) at all times. The host is also required to escort their guests at all times when the guest is not in the host s apartment unit. Guests share responsibility for their behavior with their host. Guests who are not students of an accredited college may be asked or required by the residence life staff or by the Buckingham s management staff to leave the Buckingham and could be subject to criminal prosecution for violations of law and/or held responsible and liable for violations of building and College policies. At the discretion of building management, individuals in violation of building policies may be barred from current and/or future visits to the Buckingham. F A C I L I T Y M A N U A L

18 All guests must be registered by their host at all times. Building Security will log the resident s name, unit number, and phone number and RETAIN the resident s ID and the guest s ID until the time of guest check out. Both resident and guest must present a valid photo identification card to be retained by building security staff while the guest is checked in. Resident and guest will also each provide to Building Security his or her name, cellular telephone number, address, and school affiliation. At the time of check out, the resident and guest will report to the Security Station and check out of the building. At the time of check out, security staff will return the IDs to the appropriate individuals. Each resident is allowed to sign in up to three (3) guests at one time. Because guests must also comply with all building policies, residents must verify that they will inform guests of pertinent policies and accept responsibility for their behavior, before the guest is permitted access. Hosting guests is a privilege, and the Buckingham management reserve the right to revoke or restrict this privilege from any resident at any time. The Property Manager has the right to bar individuals from the Building for violating these Policies and Procedures. A guest who has received a barred notice and been placed on a barred list by Lessor may be arrested for criminal trespass is found in the Building. During busy times, residents may experience delays with the guest check in process. Again, the process is for your safety and is intended to help control building access to only those authorized to be in the building. Patience and cooperation are appreciated. Overnight Guests Overnight guests (defined as nonresidents visiting after Midnight daily) may stay no longer than three (3) consecutive nights anywhere in the building within a two week period, without prior approval from the Buckingham Management. Personal Property Insurance Neither the Buckingham nor its Management assumes responsibility for theft, damage, or loss of money, valuables, or personal property of any kind belonging to any resident or guest. Residents should check with their insurance provider regarding the extent of coverage, if any, under existing policies. All residents are strongly encouraged to carry sufficient personal property insurance to afford the level of protection desired, if they are not already covered under any other personal/family policy. F A C I L I T Y M A N U A L

19 RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD AND TENANT ORDINANCE SUMMARY At initial offering, this Summary of the ordinance must be attached to every written rental agreement and also upon initial offering for renewal. The Summary must also be given to a tenant at initial offering of an oral agreement, whether the agreement is new or a renewal. Unless otherwise noted, all provisions are effective as of November 6, {MUN. Code ch } IMPORTANT: IF YOU SEEK TO EXERCISE RIGHTS UNDER THE ORDINANCE, OBTAIN A COPY OF THE ENTIRE ORDINANCE TO DETERMINE APPROPRIATE REMEDIES AND PROCEDURES. CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY WOULD ALSO BE ADVISABLE. WHAT RENTAL UNITS ARE COVERED BY THE ORDINANCE? {MUN. Code ch & } Rental units with written or oral leases (including all subsidized units such as CHA, IHDA, Sect. 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, etc.) EXCEPT Units in owner occupied buildings with six or fewer units. Units in hotels, motels, rooming houses, unless rented is paid on a monthly basis and units are occupied for more than 32 days. School dormitory rooms, shelters, employee s quarters, nonresidential rental properties. Owner occupied co-ops and condominiums. WHAT ARE THE TENANT S GENERAL DUTIES UNDER THE ORDINANCE? {MUN. Code ch } The tenant, the tenant s family and invited guests must comply with all obligations imposed specifically upon tenants by the Municipal Code, including Buying and installing working batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detector s within tenant s apartment. Keep the unit safe and clean. Using all equipment and facilities in a reasonable manner. Not damaging the unit. Not disturb other residents. LANDLORD S RIGHT OF ACCESS {MUN. Code ch } A tenant shall permit reasonable access to a landlord upon receiving two days notice by mail, telephone, written notice or other means designed in good faith to provide notice. A general notice to all affected tenants may be given in the event repair work on common areas or other units may require such access. In the event of emergency or where repairs elsewhere unexpectedly require access, the landlord must provide notice two days after entry. SECURITY DEPOSITS AND PREPAID RENT {MUN. Code ch & } A landlord must give tenant a receipt for a security deposit including the owner s name, the date it was received and a description of the dwelling unit. The receipt must be signed by the person accepting the security deposit. A landlord must pay interest each year for security deposits and prepaid rent (eff ) held more than six months. The rate of interest a landlord must pay is set each year by the City Comptroller. (eff ) Before expenses for damages can be deducted from the security deposit, the landlord must provide the tenant with an itemized statement of the damages within 30 days of the date the tenant vacates the dwelling unit. A landlord must return all security deposit and required interest, if any, minus unpaid rent and expenses for damages, within 45 days from the date the tenant vacates the dwelling unit. In the event of fire, a landlord must return all security deposit and required interest, if any, minus unpaid rent and money for damages, within seven days from the date that the tenant provides notice of termination of the rental agreement, (eff ) WHAT ARE THE LANDLORD S GENERAL DUTIES UNDER THE ORDINANCE? To give tenant written notice of the owner s or manager s name, address and telephone number. {MUN. Code ch } To give new or renewing tenants notice of: 1. Code citations issued by the City in the past 12 months; 2. Pending Housing Court or administrative hearing actions; 3. Water, electrical or gas service shut-offs to the building during entire occupancy. {MUN. Code ch } To maintain the property in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Municipal Code. {MUN. Code ch } To not require a tenant to renew an agreement more than 90 days before the existing agreement terminates. (eff ). {MUN. Code ch (j)} To provide a tenant with at least 30 days written notice if the rental agreement will not be renewed. If the landlord fails to give the required written notice, the tenant may remain in the dwelling unit for 60 days under the same terms and conditions as the last month of the existing agreement. (eff ). {MUN. Code ch (j)} To not enforce prohibited lease provisions. {MUN. Code ch } TENANT REMEDIES. {MUN. Code ch } Minor Defects If the landlord fails to maintain the property in compliance with the Code and the tenant or tenant s family or guests are not responsible for the failure, the tenant may: 1. Request in writing the landlord make repairs within 14 days and if the landlord fails to do so the tenant may withhold an amount of rent that reasonably reflects the reduced value of the unit. Rent withholding begins from the fifteenth day until repairs are made; OR 2. Request in writing that the landlord make repairs within 14 days and if the landlord fails to do so the tenant may have the repairs made and deduct up to $500 or ½ of the month s rent, whichever is more, but not to exceed one month s rent. Repairs must be done in compliance with the Code. Receipt for the repairs must be given to the landlord and no more than the cost of the repairs can be deducted from the rent; and also 3. File suit against the landlord for damages and injunctive relief. Major Defects If the landlord fails to maintain the property in compliance with the Code, and the failure renders the premises not reasonably fit and habitable, the tenant may request in writing that the landlord make repairs within 14 days. If after 14 days repairs are not made the tenant may immediately terminate the lease. Tenant must deliver possession and move out in 30 days or tenant s notice is considered withdrawn. (eff ) FAILURE TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL SERVICES (HEAT, RUNNING OR HOT WATER, ELECTRICITY, GAS OR PLUMBING) {MUN. CODE CH (F)} If, contrary to the lease, an essential service is not provided, or if the landlord fails to maintain the building in material compliance with the Code to such an extent that such failure constitutes an immediate danger to the health and safety of the tenant, and the tenant or tenant s family or guests are not responsible for such failure, after giving written notice, the tenant may do ONE of the following: 1. Procure substitute service, and upon presenting paid receipts to the landlord, deduct the cost from the rent, OR 2. File suit against the landlord and recover damages based on the reduced value of the dwelling unit; OR 3. Procure substitute housing and be excused from paying rent for that period. The tenant may also recover from the landlord the cost of substitute housing up to an amount equal to the monthly rent for each month or portion thereof; OR 4. Request that the landlord correct the failure within 24 hours and if the landlord fails to do so, withhold from the monthly rent an amount that reasonably reflects the reduced value of the premises. Rent withholding cannot start until after the 24 hours expires and applies only to days past the 24-hour waiting period; OR (eff ) 5. Request that the landlord correct the failure within 72 hours and if the landlord fails to do so, terminate the rental agreement. If the rental agreement is terminated, the tenant must deliver possession and move out within 30 days or the notice of termination is considered withdrawn (eff )

20 Note: Remedies 4) and 5) may not be used if the failure is due to the utility provider s failure to provide service. For the purpose of this section only, the notice a tenant provides must be in writing, delivered to the address the landlord has given the tenant as an address to which notices should be sent. If the landlord does not inform the tenant of an address, the tenant may deliver written notice to the last known address of the landlord or by other reasonable means designed in good faith to provide written notice to the landlord (eff ) FIRE OR CASUALTY DAMAGE {MUN. CODE CH (G)} If a fire damages the unit to an extent that it is in material noncompliance with the code and the tenant, tenant s family or guests are not responsible for fire or accident, the tenant may: 1. Move out immediately, but if this is done, the tenant must provide written notice to the landlord of the intention to terminate within 14 days after moving out. 2. The tenant may stay in the unit, if it is legal, but if the tenant stays and cannot use a portion of the unit because of damages, the rent may be reduced to reflect the reduced value of the unit. 3. If the tenant stays, and the landlord fails to diligently carry out the work to restore, the tenant may notify the landlord in writing within 14 days after the tenant becomes aware that the work is not being diligently carried out, of the tenant s intention to terminate the rental agreement and move out. SUBLEASES {MUN. CODE CH } The landlord must accept a reasonable subtenant offered by the tenant without charging additional fees. If the tenant moves prior to the end of the rental agreement, the landlord must make a good faith effort to find a new tenant at a fair rent. If the landlord is unsuccessful in re-renting the unit, the tenant remains liable for the rent under the rental agreement, as well as the landlord s cost of advertising. WHAT HAPPENS IF A TENANT PAYS RENT LATE? {Mun. Code ch (h)} If the tenant fails to pay rent on time, the landlord may charge a late fee of $10.00 per month on rents under $ plus 5% per month on that part of the rent that exceeds $ (i.e. for a $ monthly rent the late fee is $10.00, for a $ monthly rent the late fee is $10.00 plus 5% of $ or $20.00) (eff ) WHAT HAPPENS IF A TENANT PAYS RENT DUE AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH IN A TERMINATION NOTICE? {MUN. CODE CH (h)} If the landlord accepts the rent due knowing there is a default in payment, the tenant may stay. LANDLORD REMEDIES {MUN. CODE CH } If the tenant fails to pay rent, the landlord, after giving the five days written notice to the tenant, may terminate the rental agreement. If the tenant fails to comply with the Code or the rental agreement, the landlord, after giving 10 days written notice to the tenant, may terminate the rental agreement if tenant fails to correct the violation. If the tenant fails to comply with the Code or the rental agreement, the landlord may request in writing that the tenant comply as promptly as conditions permit in the case of emergency, or within 14 days. If the breach is not corrected in the time period specified, the landlord may enter the dwelling unit and have the necessary work done. In this case, the tenant shall be responsible for all costs and repairs. LOCKOUTS {MUN. CODE CH } This section applies to every residential rental unit in Chicago. There are no exceptions. It is illegal for a landlord to lock out a tenant, or change the locks, or remove the doors of a rental unit, or to cut off heat, utility or water service, or to do anything which interferes with the tenant s use of the apartment. All lockouts are illegal and the Police Department is responsible for enforcement against such illegal activity. (eff ) (Police Special Order 93-12) The landlord shall be fined $200 to $500 for each day the lockout occurs or continues. The tenant may sue the landlord to recover possession of the unit and twice the actual damages sustained or two month s rent, whichever is greater. PROHIBITION ON RETALIATORY CONDUCT BY LANDLORD {MUN. CODE CH } A Tenant has the right to complain or testify in good faith about their tenancy to governmental agencies or officials, police, media, community groups, tenant unions or the landlord. A landlord is prohibited from retaliating by terminating or threatening to terminate a tenancy, increasing rent, decreasing services, bringing or threatening to bring an eviction action, or refusing to renew a lease agreement. ATTORNEY S FEES {MUN. CODE CH } Except in eviction actions, the prevailing plaintiff in any action arising from the application of this Ordinance shall be entitled to recover all court costs and reasonable attorney s fees. (eff ) WHERE CAN I GET A COPY OF THE ORDINANCE? 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