“Even if pioneering rent reforms now require landlords to make reasonable efforts to rent a unit instead of just suing you for unpaid rent, you could still be on the hook for all the rent. You either have to find a reason for the owner to agree to let you out, or find something the owner did to break the deal,” he says. 5. The landlord grants the tenant the right to settle until the lessor ends a rental agreement with a new tenant. When looking for a new tenant, the landlord must inform the tenant of the start date of the new lease. The tenant must leave and return the apartment to or before the date of seven (7) days before the start date of the new lease (the “Evacuation Date”). (e) the tenant pays the lessor, on the date of delivery (1), an amount of fifteen thousand dollars (15,000 USD) in the form of a bank check or bank transfer in return for the performance of this contract and the acceptance of the premises by the lessor, and (2) the tenant thus waives all rights, securities and interests that the tenant has for all remaining sums in the Tenth Floor Space Tenant Fund, and opposes it. What the parties agree on is about one hundred and forty thousand dollars and 00/100 dollars ($140,000.00). If, at any time after the date of delivery, it is established that fixed rent, additional rent, all other leased property or any other amount and charge were due and payable for a period prior to the date of delivery, the tenant must pay these sums to the lessor within ten (10) days of the filing of an invoice.

In addition, the obligation for the tenant, under the rental agreement, to pay any escalation with respect to premises (including, but not limited to, payment of tax, payment of operating costs and payments for electricity, whether or not such payments are called additional rents) that took place before the date of surrender, survive the date of delivery. The tenant acknowledges that he paid the rent until September 30, 2001 and that, although the tenant hands over the premises on the date of delivery, there is no splitting of the rent for the month of September 2001 and that part of the rent paid in advance is not reimbursed to the tenant. The provisions of this paragraph 2 (e) shall also apply after the handover of the premises. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Landlord and Tenant acknowledge that if this Contract is performed and delivered after September 30, 2001, it is for a period that was implemented on October 1, 2001 and until the date of performance and delivery of this Contract, the fixed rent and additional rent are deferred and the Tenant is only required to pay electricity and other similar costs for other businesses. distribution; However, if the condition is not met or cancelled by the lessor and this agreement becomes null and void, the tenant undertakes to pay the lessor, within two (2) days of the termination of this contract, all fixed and additional rents due for the period from October 1, 2001 to the date of the end of the agreement. . . .