AGREEMENT FOR RENTAL OF LOCKER 

 

This Agreement is made as of the date stated below between Safe Locker Storage, Inc.  (“Landlord”) and ____________________________ (Renter”), an individual. 

Whereas Renter desires to lease from the Landlord a lockable storage unit and whereas the  Landlord has installed and is willing to provide such a unit to the Renter upon the terms and  conditions set forth herein, 

For and in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants hereinafter set forth, the Landlord  and the Renter agree as follow: 

  1. Renter of Locker: Rental Period. The Landlord hereby leases the lockable  storage unit numbered _______ (the “Locker”) to Renter for period from ___________ to ____________ (the  “Rental Period”), upon the terms and conditions set forth herein. The first Rental  Period shall start on the date of this Agreement. Each Rental Period shall be automatically renewed for the same period unless (a) the Renter gives written notice  to the Landlord that the Renter will not renew the lease of Locker at least 30 days prior  to the end of the Rental Period and the Renter removes the contents of the Locker or (b)  the Landlord gives written notice to the Renter at least 30 days prior to the end of the  Rental Period that the Landlord will not renew the lease of the Locker. 
  2. Annual Rent. The Renter shall pay the annual rent to the Landlord in equal  monthly installments for the Locker in advance and agree to the charge of $_______to  be billed to their account on the first day of each month. The Rent shall be fixed by the  Board of Directors of the Landlord and communicated to the Renter not later than 45  days prior to the effective date of change of Rental charge. The Rental charge shall be  deemed additional rent under the Proprietary Lease for the Renter’s apartment, and any  unpaid Rental charge may be collected as unpaid rent under the Proprietary Lease.  
  3. Use of Locker. The Renter may use the Locker only to store household and other  personal property of the Renter and of the other members of the Renter’s family living  at the Building and for no other purpose. The Renter must not store in the Locker: 

(a) Any combustible, inflammable or hazardous materials or substances. (b) Any food or any other items that may have an objectionable odor or that may  decay. 

(c) Any item that would result in a violation of any law or regulation applicable to  the Landlord and the Building, and 

(d) Any item that the Board of Directors of the Landlord has determined to be  unsuitable for storage in the basement of the Building. 

In the event that the Renter uses the Locker in any way that creates a fire hazard or  other serious Risk to the safety of the storage area or to the Building, the Landlord may  

take action necessary to eliminate such hazard or risk including termination of the rental agreement. 

  1. Storage of Items of Value. It is understood by the Renter that the Locker was  not designed for the protection or security of such items having intrinsic monetary  value; collectible items or other irreplaceable items and that the Landlord affords no  such protection or security. Storage of Renter’s belongings is understood to be at  Renter’s own risk. 
  2. Custody and Control of the Locker. The Renter shall provide a lock for securing  the Locker, and the Renter shall be deemed to have sole custody, care, and control of  the contents of the Locker. The Landlord shall not have, or be deemed to have,  custody, care or control of the contents of the Locker, nor shall the Landlord be deemed  to be a bailee of the contents of the Locker. 
  3. Renter’s Care of the Locker. The Renter shall keep the Renter’s Locker clean and  in good order. The Renter shall keep the Locker locked except when placing items in  or removing items from the Locker. The Renter shall not make any alteration to the  Locker without the express written authorization of the Landlord, and may not  designate the Locker in any way. 
  4. Landlord’s Duty of Care. The Landlord is providing the lockable storage units  to its tenants as an accommodation, and the Landlord undertakes no special duties of  care with respect to such units. The Renter acknowledges that the Landlord’s  obligation is to maintain the basement areas of the Building in which storage units are  installed with no greater care than the Landlord exercises for those areas of the  basement in which no storage units are installed. Nor shall the Landlord be liable for  any damages or loss to the Renter with respect to the contents of the Locker as a result  of theft, disappearance, vandalism, fire, water, leaking pipes, hurricane, rain, electrical  malfunction, explosion, any act of God or any other situation out of the control of the  landlord. The Landlord shall be liable only for any intentional acts committed by a  building employee resulting in damage or loss to the contents of the Locker. The  Renter also acknowledges that the Landlord shall have the right to open and if  necessary empty the Locker if access is required to make repairs to the Building or  Building systems and equipment that may be in or near the Renter’s locker  necessitating access from within the Renter’s locker. 
  5. Assumption of Risk: Insurance. The Renter acknowledges that the Landlord  does not maintain insurance for the Renter against loss of the contents of the Renter’s Locker. The Renter also acknowledges and agrees to maintain appropriate liability and  casualty insurance relating to the Renter’s property stored in the Locker, which is at the  Renter’s own risk. Master Apts., Inc and Orsid Realty Corp are to be named as additional insureds. 
  6. Landlord’s Regulations for Storage Areas. The Renter agrees that the Renter will  comply with the Landlord’s Rules and Regulations for the use of the Locker and the  storage areas in the Building. 
  7. Indemnification and Release of the Landlord. The Renter agrees to indemnify  and hold harmless the Landlord from and against any and all claims, losses, damages,  expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees) and liabilities incurred by the Landlord  as a result of the Renter’s failure to comply, by act or omission, with any of the  requirements of this Agreement. The Renter hereby releases the Landlord, its directors,  offices, employees, and agents from any and all claims the Renter may have at any time  against the Landlord with respect to the items stored in the Locker except such claims  as may result from any intentional acts of the Landlord or its employees resulting in  damage to the contents of the Locker.  

Given both the aging infrastructure of the building, NYC water distribution system,  and the possibility of torrential rainfall that overwhelms city drainage systems, it is strongly  advised that personal possessions stored on the floor of bottom lockers in the basement  be stored in air-tight plastic storage bins. 

  1. Termination of Agreement. This Agreement may be terminated by the Landlord  upon any of the following events: 
    1. The failure of the Renter to pay to the Landlord any rental charge due for the  Locker.
    2. The failure of the Renter to pay the Landlord any other charge billed to the Renter. (c) A decision by the Board of Directors of the Landlord to use the space occupied by  the storage lockers for another corporate purpose of the Landlord.
    3. The sale or other transfer by the Renter of their apartment in the Building to another  person.
    4. Before the end of an Annual Rental Period, if the Landlord gives written notice to  the Renter at least 30 days before the end of the Annual Rental Period that it is  terminating this agreement. 
  1. Removal of Locker Contents. In the event of the termination of this Agreement,  whether by Landlord or Renter, the Renter shall remove the contents of the Locker no  later than the date in which such termination is effective. If the Renter does not empty  the Locker, the Landlord may empty the Locker and may dispose of the contents as if  the contents were abandoned property of no value. 
  2. Landlord’s Entry of Locker. If the Landlord believes the Locker is being used to  store items in violation of this agreement, the Landlord may require the Renter to  permit the Landlord or their agent access to the Locker for an examination of its  contents. The Renter shall remove any contents the Landlord deems are in violation of  this agreement. If the Renter fails to permit the Landlord access to the Locker, the  Landlord may break open the Renter’s lock to gain access, may remove items  determined not to be authorized items for storage in the Locker and may dispose of  such items as if the items were abandoned property of no value. The Renter shall reimburse the Landlord for time and materials incurred to break open Renter’s lock  securing the Locker. 
  3. Modification of Agreement. Any modification of this agreement must be in  writing and it may not be modified orally. 
  4. Assignment of Locker. The Renter may not, without the prior written consent of  the Landlord, assign this Agreement, transfer the Renter’s rights under this Agreement  to any person, or allow any other person to use the Locker. 

 

In Witness Whereof, the Landlord and the Renter have executed this agreement as of the day and year stated below. 

 

LANDLORD: Safe Locker Storage., Inc. 

By: ____________________________  Date: ____________

 President / Managing Agent 

 

RENTER: ____________________________  Date: ___________

Signature of Renter Date 

 

Locker No. ____________________ 

Telephone No. ____________________ 

E-mail address.____________________ 

 

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