1. 1.            Grant of tenancy at will
    1. The Tenant shall also be able to park taxed, road-worthy vehicles in up to two parking spaces on a first come first served basis (in a manner such that the tenant shall have no absolute right to park if the area is full) in such location as the Landlord may, from time to time, designate. The Tenant shall not use the parking spaces other than in relation to the Tenant’s use of the Property and shall comply with the reasonable rules and regulations made by the Landlord from time to time for the safety, better management and operation of any car park as a whole in accordance with the principles of good estate management and notified to the Tenant from time to time in writing.
  2. 2.            Tenant’s obligations
    1. The Tenant shall pay the Initial Set Up Fee and the Deposit to the Landlord on the date of this tenancy.
    1. The Tenant shall pay on demand to the Landlord interest on the Rent or other amounts due to be paid under this tenancy agreement or under any other agreement entered into between the Landlord and the Tenant supplemental to this tenancy at the rate of 4 per cent per annum above the Landlord’s bank’s base rate from time to time calculated on a daily basis form the due date until payment, namely:
      1. If the Tenant fails to pay the Rent on the due date for payment of it (whether formally demanded or not); and
      1. If the Tenant fails to pay any other amounts due within 5 days of the date of demand.
      1. ;
      1. do anything illegal or immoral at the Property;
      1. not to obstruct any path of the Building or leave at any part of the Building dirty or untidy;
      1. not to park or leave any motor vehicles at the Building except as permitted by this tenancy;
      1. not to place or store goods outside the Property;
      1. not to apply for planning permission at the Property;
      1. not to do anything which may invalidate breach any terms of the insurance obtained by the landlord for the building;
      1. comply with all statutory requirements and relation to the property and building and services;
      1. comply with any health and fire safety policy in place by the Landlord.
    1. .
    1. At the Landlord’s discretion it may, at any time on giving not less than one month’s (or shorter notice of such period as the Landlord in the Landlord’s discretion may decide) written notice, revoke the Landlord’s permission for the Tenant to occupy the Property and to require the Tenant to move to another unit at the Building of reasonably similar size as the Property. The Tenant agrees that it shall comply with such requirement. The Landlord will pay the reasonable costs incurred by the Tenant associated with such move. The terms of this agreement:
      1. Including this clause 3.11, shall apply to the occupation of such other unit by the Tenant; and
      1. Apart from any outstanding obligation on the Tenant’s part relating to the Property from which the Tenant was required to move, shall cease to apply to the former unit.
    1. Subject to the Tenant paying the Deposit in line with clause 3.2, it shall be held by the Landlord or its agents for the duration of this tenancy and the Landlord shall be entitled to use the Deposit to make good the Tenants failure to
      1. pay any sums due from time to time under the tenancy;
      1. any damage caused to the premises or the Building; and
      1. to comply with any other of the Tenant’s Obligations.
    1. Upon termination of this tenancy for whatever reason the Deposit shall be repaid to the Tenant within 28 days less any sums properly due to the Landlord under this tenancy.
    1. The tenancy shall end:
      1. On the date notified under clause 2.2:
      1. On the date of the first of any of the following to occur:
        1. The Tenant’s failure to remedy any breach of its obligations under this agreement within seven days of the Landlord giving notice of such breach; and
        1. If, as applicable, a receiver or manager or administrative receiver is appointed in any way in connection with the Tenant or its assets or the Tenant enters into voluntary or compulsory liquidation (other than for the purposes of amalgamation or reconstruction while solvent) or shall commit an act of bankruptcy or make arrangements or composition with his creditors

AND immediately on the tenancy ending the Landlord may exclude the Tenant and its employees, agents or visitors from the Property and prevent them from having access to the Property.

  • The ending of the tenancy does not affect:
    • Any right or claim the Landlord may have against the Tenant for any breach of the Tenant’s obligations under this agreement; or
    • Any express obligation to be performed, or right arising, at or as a consequence of the ending of this agreement

All of which shall continue to subsist and survive and be enforceable notwithstanding the end of the tenancy.

  • Not later than the end of the tenancy the Tenant:
    • Shall fully vacate the Property and:
      • Remove from the Property any alterations, additions or fixtures (including those if any relating to the occupation of the Property under any prior licence) and reinstate the Property to its previous condition;
      • Shall remove from the Property all equipment, goods or chattels or fixtures or fittings attached to the Property by the Tenant or other items belonging to or used by the Tenant or its employees or visitors;
      • Leave the Property clean and tidy, having repaired any damage caused to it or to the Landlord’s fixtures (to the satisfaction of the Landlord) and ensuring any of the Landlord’s equipment in the Property is in good working order; and
    • Irrevocably appoints the Landlord to be the Tenant’s agent to store or dispose of any equipment, goods or chattels or fixtures or fittings or other items the Tenant has fixed to the Property and which have been left by the Tenant on or at the Property after the ending of the tenancy. The Landlord shall not be liable to the Tenant by reason of that storage or disposal. The Tenant shall upon demand fully indemnity the Landlord in respect of any claim made by a third party in relation to such storage or disposal, and if the Tenant does not comply with the obligations in this agreement, then, without prejudice to any other right or remedy of the Tenant, the Tenant shall pay the Landlord an amount equal to the Rent for the period that it would reasonably take to put the Property into the condition it would have been in had the Tenant performed its obligations under this agreement. The amount shall be a debt due on demand from the Tenant to the Landlord.
    • Neither the Tenant nor any person or company associated in any way with the Tenant shall employ or seek to employ either any person who is an employee of the Landlord or any person previously within the employment of the Landlord within six months of that person ceasing to be an employee of the Landlord;
    • The Tenant shall not obstruct or prevent the Landlord or its employees or agents from entering the Property on reasonable notice to inspect the state of the Property or the compliance of the Tenant with the terms of this agreement;
    • The Tenant shall indemnify the Landlord and keep the Landlord indemnified against all losses, claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, costs, expenses or other liability in any way arising directly from:
      • this agreement;
      • the Tenant’s occupation of the Property;
      • any breach of the Tenant’s obligations in this Licence agreement; or
      • the exercise of any of the rights set out in this agreement.
  • 5.            Landlord’s obligations
    • The Landlord will:
      • arrange for disposal of normal refuse;
      • clean and maintain all common parts.
    • If the Property, or any other part of the Building (including but not limited to the access to the Property), is damaged by a risk insured by the Landlord to the extent that the Property cannot be used or occupied for the Permitted Use, the Landlord will waive the Rent until the Property is reinstated to its pre-damaged condition or the other relevant parts of the Building (including but not limited to the access to the Property), have been reinstated so that the Property can again be accessed and occupied for the Permitted Use.
    • The Landlord does not give any warranty or representation that the Property possesses any requisite consent for the Permitted Use or that the Property is physically fit for the Permitted Use.
    • Subject to clause 5.6.2:
      • The Landlord is not liable for any of the following howsoever caused:
        • the death of, or injury to the Tenant, its employees, agents, customers or invitees to the Property; or
        • direct or indirect damage to any of the Tenant’s, or its employees’, customers’ or other invitees’ to the Property, fixtures, fittings, equipment goods or chattels; or
        • any directs or indirect losses, claims, demands, actions, proceedings, damages, costs or expenses or other liability incurred by the Tenant or its employees, customers or other invitees to the Property:
          • in the exercise or purported exercise of the rights set out in this agreement; or
          • arising from any failure or malfunction of power supply, water, heating or other utility or service or arising from fire or flooding or other damage of whatever nature to the Property or to the Building or arising from anything done or failed to be done by any person or company;
      • Nothing in clause 5.6.4 shall limit or exclude the Landlord’s liability for:
        • death or personal injury caused by negligence on the part of us the Landlord’s employees or agents; or
        • any matter in respect of which it would be unlawful for the Landlord to exclude or restrict liability.

This document has been executed and is delivered and takes effect on the date stated at the beginning of it.