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House Rules and Regulations


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1: Rent

Acceptable form of payments are as follows:  Cash, Cheque, Money Order


Rent is due on the first day of each month. Post dated cheques for the 12 month period are preferred. Rent Cheques and money orders are to be deposited in the Lock box located in the laundry room.  You must notify management in advance if you wish to pay cash.  Cheques are made payable to G. Leclair

-Cash will not be collected at the building. If you wish to pay cash you may arrange a time to come to the office and pay us directly, cash is never to be left in the deposit box at our office and must be given directly to an employee of G&D properties.  Management will not be held responsible for any cash left in the deposit box. 


2:Late Payments

All late payments will be charged at a rate of $10.00 + $2.00 per day until the rent is paid in full for each occurrence.  Maximum charge of $100 .  If arrears and late fees are not paid in full by the due date, the tenant may be served with an eviction notice. You must notify the landlord when you have the late rent plus applicable late payment fees. Any late payment fees are to be paid separate from the rent, if you are paying by cheque or money order you must submit a secend cheque or money order with the late fees. Late payments made after the first of the month will not be collected from the building, you are responsible to drop off any late rents and fees at our office. 


3: NSF Charges

A fee of $60.00 for service and handling will be charged to any tenant that provides a cheque that becomes NSF.


4: Year-End Receipts

Year-end receipts may be issued upon request for a fee of $25.00.  It is not required by management to provide you with a monthly receipt for payments made by Cheque of Money Order


5: Personal Insurance

Tenants must insure their own personal belongings. The tenant shall carry public liability insurance.  A copy of waterbed insurance ( if applicable) must be provided to the landlord. The tenant is responsible for the costs to repair any damages caused by a waterbed.


6: Maintenance Work Request

If repairs are needed in  your unit you must report  to your landlord by telephone , email or by completing the maintenance work request form and putting it in the lock box. Request forms can be printed off of the company's website.

It is the tenants responsibility to  report any damages to management including but not limited to leaking toilets, faucets, electrical problems and heating problems. Tenants will be held responsible for damages caused by any unreported leaks.  Any plumbing  from clogged drains in your unit are your responsibility. It is your responsibility to keep the apartment clean, including shampooing carpets when dirty.


7: Improvements

No suite or building maintenance shall be done by the tenants without the written authorization of management. This includes painting, wallpaper or decorating the walls or floors.


8: Damages

Do not use tape, nails, screws etc on the walls or ceilings. Keep furniture away from the walls to avoid damage.  Use casters under all furniture to avoid damage to carpet and floor tiles.


9: Smoke Detectors

The smoke detector in your unit is for your safety. Do not at any time tamper with or remove batteries from any detector. Check your smoke detector weekly and notify management  if it is not functioning. In the event of a fire alarm leave the building by nearest exit.  Call 911, do not return to your unit until the alarm bells have stopped and you are told it is safe to re-enter the building. You are under no circumstances to cover your smoke detector with a plastic bag or any other material that will hinder its intended function.


11: Distrubances

Should a disturbance occur, involving violence of any nature or a break in, the police must be notified immediately.  Other incidences of nuisance and disturbance should be reported to management. Written complaints should be directed to management or call the office line.