Rules and Regulations in Buildings
Rules and regulations in buildings are very important for the good operation of the building. These rules are mostly made for tenants and contractors. These are some of the rules for buildings facilities:
The tenant and the contractor agree to observe the rights reserved to Landlord and agrees, for itself, its subtenants and occupants, its and their agents, its employees, clients, customers, invitees, licenses and guests, to comply with the following rules and regulations and with such reasonable modifications thereof and additions thereto as Landlord may make, from time to time, for the building. 2.
The sidewalks, halls, passages, elevators, elevator lobbies and stairways shall not be obstructed by the tenant or used for any purpose other than for ingress to and egress from the leased premises. The halls, passages, entrances, elevators, stairways, balconies and roof are not for the use of the general public, and the Landlord shall in all cases retain the right to control and prevent access thereto of all persons whose presence in the judgment of the Landlord shall be prejudicial to the safety, character, reputation and interests of the building and its tenants, provided, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent such persons are engaged in illegal activities. 3.
Tenant shall not: place anything or allow anything to be placed near the glass or any door, partition or window which may be unsightly and may be seen from the outside premises; take or permit to be taken in or out of other entrances in the building, or take or permit on the elevators, any item taken in or out of the trucking concourse, service doors or in or out the freight elevators; or, whether temporarily, accidentally, or otherwise, allow anything to remain in, place or store anything in or obstruct in any way, any passageway, exit stairway, elevator shipping platform or truck concourse. Tenant shall fully cooperate to keep such areas free from all obstruction and in a clean condition and to move all supplies, furniture and equipment as soon as received directly to the premises and move all such items and waste, other than customarily removed by the employees of the building, being taken from the premises, directly to the shipping platform at or about the time arranged for removal. 4.
The sashes, sash doors, windows, glass lights and any lights or skylights that reflect or admit light into the halls or other places of the building shall not be covered or obstructed. The toilet rooms, water and wash closets, and other water apparatus shall not be used for any purpose other than that for which they are constructed, and no foreign substance of any kind whatsoever shall be thrown therein, and the expense for any breakage, stoppage or damage resulting as a violation of this rule shall be borne by the tenant, of whose clerk, agents, servants or visitors shall have caused it. 5.
If the Landlord, by notice in writing to the tenant, shall object to any curtain, blind, shade or screen attached to, or hung in, or used in connection with, any window or door of the leased premises, such use of such curtain, blind, shade or screen shall be discontinued forthwith by the tenant. No awnings shall be permitted on any part of the leased premises. 6.
No safes or other objects heavier than lift capacity of the freight elevators of the building shall be brought into or installed in the leased premises. Tenants shall not place a load upon any floor of the leased premises, which exceeds the load per square foot, which such floor is designed to carry and which is permitted by law. The moving of safes shall occur only between such hours as may be designated by and only upon previous notice to the manager of the building and the persons employed to move safes in or out of the building must be acceptable to the Landlord. No freight, furniture or bulky matter of any description shall be received into the building or...
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