LODGE SHORT-TERM RENTAL AGREEMENT
I. THE PARTIES. This Short-Term Rental Agreement (“Agreement”) made on (This Date) December 6, 2023 between the following:
TENANT: (Renters Full Name) , of (“Tenant”), and
LANDLORD: Ben Franklin Range, LLC, with a mailing address of 1130 Ridge Road, Templeton, PA 16259 (“Landlord”).
II. THE PREMISES. The Landlord agrees to lease the described property below to the Tenant, and the Tenant agrees to rent from the Landlord:
Bunk (one) in the Upper Floor ONLY of the structure on 1130 Ridge Road, Templeton, PA 16259
Hereinafter known as the “Premises.”
III. LEASE TERM. The Tenant shall have access to the Premises under the terms of this Agreement for the agreed upon date(s)
IV. QUIET HOURS. No Quiet Hours. There are no quiet hours. However, the Landlord requires the Tenant must reside on the Premises with respect to the quiet enjoyment of the surrounding residents.
V. OCCUPANTS. The total number of individuals staying on the Premises during the Lease Term shall be a total of one(1) guest per reservation.
If more than the authorized number of guests listed above are found on the Premises, this Agreement will be subject to termination by the Landlord.
VI. RENT. The Tenant shall pay the Landlord:
Fixed Amount per Day ($60/Day). The Tenant shall be required to pay the Landlord $60/Day for the Lease Term (“Rent”). The Rent is due at the execution of this Agreement.
VII. UTILITIES. The Landlord shall be responsible for all utilities and services to the Premises EXCEPT for the following: Any beyond reasonable and normal needs during a stay.
VIII. SECURITY DEPOSIT. The Tenant shall be obligated to pay the following amounts upon the execution of this Agreement:
No Security Deposit: There is no deposit required for the security of this Agreement (“Security Deposit”).
IX. PETS. The Landlord:
Does Not Allow Pets: There are no pets allowed on the Premises. If the Tenant is found to have pets on the Premises, this Agreement and any Security Deposit shall be forfeited.
X. PARKING. The Landlord: (check one)
Shall provide one(1) parking space to the Tenant for no fee.
XI. FEES. The Landlord requires the Tenant pays the following fees at the execution of this Agreement: (check all that apply)
Cleaning Fee: $20/Stay
Taxes: 6% of Total
XII. PARTY CLEANUP. If the Premises qualifies for a “deep clean” due to the amount of “wear and tear” from a party or large gathering, a fee of $500 (“Party Cleanup Fee”) shall be charged at the end of the Lease Term. The Party Cleanup Fee may be added to the final total of the Agreement.
XIII. SMOKING POLICY. Smoking on the Premises is:
Prohibited in the building and only away from any entrances or garage.
XIV. PERSON OF CONTACT. The Landlord:
The Landlord can be contacted for any emergency, maintenance, or repair at:
Landlord’s Name: Patrick Connolly
Telephone: (412) 417-8266 cell
XV. SUBLETTING. The Tenant:
Does not have the right to sublet the Premises.
XVI. MOVE-IN INSPECTION. Before, at the time of the Tenant accepting possession, or shortly thereafter, the Landlord and Tenant shall:
Shall not inspect the Premises or complete a move-in checklist
XVII. INSPECTION. The Landlord has the right to inspect the Premises with prior notice as in accordance with State law. Should the Tenant violate any of the terms of this Agreement, the rental period shall be terminated immediately in accordance with State law. The Tenant waives all rights to process if they fail to vacate the premises upon termination of the rental period. The Tenant shall vacate the Premises at the expiration time and date of this agreement.
XVIII. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS. The Tenant shall maintain the Premises in a good, clean, and ready-to-rent condition and use the Premises only in a careful and lawful manner. The Tenant shall leave the Premises in a ready to rent condition at the expiration of this Agreement, defined by the Landlord as being immediately habitable by the next tenant. The Tenant shall pay for maintenance and repairs should the Premises be left in a lesser condition. The Tenant agrees that the Landlord shall deduct costs of said services from any Security Deposit prior to a refund if Tenant causes damage to the Premises or its furnishings.
XIX. TRASH. The Tenants shall dispose of all waste material generated during the Lease Term under the strict instruction and direction of the Landlord by leaving all bagged waste in the garage.
XX. QUIET ENJOYMENT. The Tenant, along with neighbors, shall enjoy each other’s company in a quiet and respectful manner to each other’s enjoyment. The Tenant is expected to behave in a civilized manner and shall be good neighbors with any residents of the immediate area. Creating a disturbance of the area by large gatherings or parties shall be grounds for immediate termination of this Agreement.
XXI. LANDLORD’S LIABILITY. The Tenant and any of their guests hereby indemnify and hold harmless the Landlord against any and all claims of personal injury or property damage or loss arising from the use of the Premises regardless of the nature of the accident, injury or loss. The Tenant expressly recognizes that any insurance for property damage or loss which the Landlord may maintain on the property does not cover the personal property of Tenant and that Tenant should purchase their own insurance for their guests if such coverage is desired.
XXII. ATTORNEY’S FEES. The Tenant agrees to pay all reasonable costs, attorney's fees, and expenses that shall be made or incurred by the Landlord enforcing this agreement.
XXIII. USE OF PREMISES. The Tenant shall use the Premises for residential use only. The Tenant is not authorized to sell products or services on the Premises or conduct any commercial activity.
XXIV. ILLEGAL ACTIVITY. The Tenant shall use the Premises for legal purposes only. Any other such use that includes but is not limited to illicit drug use, verbal or physical abuse of any person or illegal sexual behavior shall cause immediate termination of this Agreement with no refund of pre-paid Rent.
XXV. POSSESSIONS. Any personal items or possessions that are left on the Premises are not the responsibility of the Landlord. The Landlord shall make every reasonable effort to return the item to the Tenant. If claims are not made within the State’s required time period or two (2) weeks, whichever is shorter, the Landlord shall be able to keep such items to sell or for personal use.
XXVI. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be governed and subject to the laws located in the jurisdiction of Premise’s location.
By signing this Agreement the Tenant agrees to all in terms.