(a) Rent is due on the due date on the first of each month. Payment shall only be made by a Visa or MasterCard debit or credit card or through ACH.
(b) Rent is delinquent after the first of each month. Late fees will be charged after a grace period of five days, on the sixth of each month.
(c) Lessor may require or prohibit payment by check, money order, cashier’s check, credit card or cash, at any time.
(d) If cash payments are allowed, Tenant should get a receipt.
(e) All payments by money order or check (including cashier’s checks) must contain the Tenant’s Leased Space number(s).
(f) If any sum due by Tenant is delinquent, Lessor may “overlock” Tenant’s Leased Space (if the space is lockable) and/or Lessor may apply a security chain or wheel boot to Tenant’s property (if the space is not lockable); and Tenant will incur overlock charges and/or chaining charges as shown in the lease. If the space is unlockable and one or more pieces of Tenant’s property is chained, Tenant will be charged the chaining charge for each item chained. Section 93.002 of the Texas Property Code regarding commercial lockouts does not apply.
(g) If Tenant has multiple locks on the space at time of overlocking, Lessor may remove any lock(s) necessary for overlocking without liability for replacement. If Tenant has a wheel boot attached to the property at the time of Lessor’s chaining and/or wheel booting, Lessor may remove Tenant’s wheel boot without liability for replacement.
(h) Lessor’s overlock, chain, or wheel boot will not be removed until all sums due are paid in full. Lessor is not required to accept partial payment(s) from Tenant. Acceptance of partial payment(s) does not waive Lessor’s right to proceed with foreclosure sale based on notice of claim and/or advertising (or posting), absent express written agreement otherwise.

(a) Lessor must be able to contact Tenant at all times, especially in cases of missing locks, break-ins, fire, emergencies, unpaid rent, etc.‌
(b) Tenant’s mailing address and/or email address on page 1 is the address for all notices and requests to Tenant. Notices and requests from Lessor to Tenant are not required to be sent to the Tenant’s alternate contact person or other person(s) named. Other than the Tenant listed in paragraph 1, no other person shall have right of entry or access, but Lessor at Lessor’s option may allow entry to other person(s) pursuant to paragraphs 1, 19, and 20.
(c) Except as provided in (d) below, Tenant must notify Lessor via mail or email of any change in Tenant’s contact information. The notification must include an express request for Lessor to update tenant’s specified contact information (for example, mailing address, phone number, or email address). Contact information changes are not effective unless the notice is in WRITING and SIGNED and DATED by Tenant and is RECEIVED by Lessor. Address changes on checks or envelopes from you or on mail returned to us, or emails sent from a new address without an express request to update tenant’s email or other contact information, are not sufficient. However, a return envelope provided by us on which you expressly check a pre-printed box to indicate that your address on the return address is a new address, shall suffice for change of address purposes if received by us. Any email sent from an address on file with Lessor (listed on the first page of the lease or subsequently provided to Lessor in compliance with this Agreement) will be considered signed.
(d) If Lessor provides an online form or similar option for updating Tenant’s contact information, Tenant may update contact information in this manner.
(e) Tenant must notify Lessor promptly, either orally or in writing, of any change in Tenant’s phone number.
(f) Lessor may refuse to rent to or renew a rental agreement with anyone failing to furnish current mailing address, email, phone number, or satisfactory ID.

(a) Lessor may post Facility access hours at the entry, along with office hours (if any). Facility may be closed on holidays.
(b) Lessor may change Facility hours by posting such change at the Facility or by notice to Tenant. Rules may be changed as provided in paragraph 34 of the lease. Lessor may temporarily close all or part of Facility due to casualty, including impending natural disasters such as hurricanes, tropical storms, or other acts of God.
(c) Special hours of access may be granted for one or more tenants.

(a) If the space is lockable, Tenant’s space must be locked with Tenant’s lock at all times. If Tenant fails to lock Tenant’s space and Lessor locks the space with Lessor’s lock, a “locking” charge is due under paragraph 4(g) or 4(h). Lessor is not required to lock unlocked spaces.
(b) If the space is lockable, Tenant’s lock needs to be a heavy-duty, case-hardened steel lock to deter vandalism and break-ins. Only one Tenant lock is allowed on a lockable space.
(c) Tenant must maintain fire, casualty, and theft insurance on the contents of Tenant’s space as required by paragraphs 6, 22, 24, and 25 and any addendum or supplemental rules.

(a) Tenant MAY NOT STORE under any circumstances any of the following:‌
(1) any living creature or organism, or any dead animal or other carcass;
(2) oil, fuel, grease, anti-freeze, or flammable chemicals;
(3) explosives, fireworks, or ammunition;
(4) corrosive, toxic, poisonous, or hazardous materials or waste;
(5) asbestos or asbestos-containing construction materials;
(6) lawn debris (grass clippings, brush, etc.);
(7) construction debris, tires, oil, or batteries, whether new or used;
(8) items having a noxious smell in Lessor’s sole judgment;
(9) marijuana and/or any controlled substances of any kind;
(10) prohibited weapons under the Texas Penal Code; or
(11) stolen property, and items illegal for self-storage under any law.

(1) liquid propane tanks, oxygen tanks, or similar containers; or
(2) food, fertilizers, pesticides, or items which are wet and could mildew. ‌

(c) Tenant MAY NOT USE the space or any portion of the facility for the following:
(1) lodging, sleeping, cooking, or consumption of alcoholic beverages;
(2) garage sale, flea market, or direct sales from the space;
(3) parties, gatherings, meetings for any purpose, or building floats;
(4) business office or full-time work area;
(5) sanding, painting, welding, soldering, or operating power equipment;
(6) practicing or playing musical instruments (individual or group);
(7) any use that violates zoning, fire, or criminal codes or other laws; or
(8) activities classified as a nuisance in Lessor’s sole judgment.

(1) alter, paint, or deface any part of the space or facility;
(2) put weight on or attach anything to structural elements;
(3) put holes in floors or other parts of the leased space;
(4) have a visible sign or install an alarm system in or on the space; or
(5) modify electrical service or use electricity for anything other than lights. ‌

(e) LESSOR MAY EXCLUDE, but is not required to exclude, from Tenant’s Leased Space and the facility:
(1) any person without a key or combination to Tenant’s Leased Space and is not with a person who has such key or combination (if space is lockable);
(2) any person who has a key or combination to a Leased Space (if the space is lockable), and is not listed in paragraph 1 of this Agreement; and
(3) any person who is damaging property of others, disturbing the peace, or otherwise violating criminal laws.

(1) All persons must comply with posted signs that are plainly visible.
(2) Animals must be kept inside vehicles. Exceptions are guide dogs for disabled persons and animals of Lessor or Lessor’s staff.
(3) Please do not ask staff to help load, unload, or move anything.
(4) Lessor’s employees are prohibited from doing manual labor for tenants because of risk of injury and insurance considerations.
(5) All persons must wear footwear to prevent injuries.
(6) Anything affixed to walls, ceiling, or other parts of the space without Lessor’s consent becomes the property of Lessor, at Lessor’s option.
(7) Tenant will be liable for reasonable charges for removing unlawfully attached property, repairing any damage, and removing trash in common areas left by Tenant, Tenant’s family, guests, or contractors.
(8) Urination or defecation by animals is not permitted except in designated areas, if any. Urination or defecation by persons is not permitted except in restrooms, if any.
(9) Please conserve energy by turning off all lights prior to leaving.
(10) No bicycling, skateboarding, roller skating, or other recreational activities are allowed in the facility.

1. Identification of persons on the premises.
a. Lessor may require any person entering Facility to sign in.
b. Lessor may require any person in Facility to show such person’s current driver’s license or other governmental ID card, with photograph.
c. Lessor may exclude from the facility any person failing to identify themselves with such ID cards. Please carry proper ID at all times.
d. Lessor is not responsible for acts of theft, vandalism, or other crimes of persons entering Facility.
Please report any suspicious activity.

2. Tenant and Tenant’s employees, agents, guests, and families:
a. must NOT exceed five miles per hour speed limit inside Facility;
b. must NOT block traffic or prevent vehicles from entering or exiting;
c. must NOT leave vehicles or other items in common areas unattended;
d. must NOT work in driveways, parking spaces, or common areas;
e. must NOT change oil or fluids in vehicles or discharge liquids of any kind in spaces, halls, driveways, or common areas;
f. must NOT litter halls, driveways, parking areas, or dumpster areas;
g. must NOT block access to dumpsters or use any dumpsters for disposal of items which may not be stored in Tenant’s space under these rules;
h. must NOT use any dumpsters for off-site refuse (lawn clippings, brush, food, construction debris, bedding, furniture, etc.); and
i. must NOT disturb other tenants.

3. Anything subject to licensure, (autos, vans, trucks, motorcycles, boats, trailers, etc.) parked in violation of the above may be towed under Chapter 2308, Texas Occupations Code. All other property left unattended outside in Facility overnight may be disposed of at Lessor’s option.‌

4. Lessor is not liable for malfunction of mechanical or electrical devices which control Facility gates; but Lessor will proceed diligently to repair after the problem is discovered by Lessor. Lessor has no duty to remove ice, sleet, or snow from common areas; but, at Lessor’s option, Lessor may remove same in whole or in part, with or without notice.

REFUNDS AND MOVEOUTS: Tenant will be liable for damages and for cleaning charges under paragraph 4(o) and all disposal costs for Tenant’s failure to remove all contents and debris, stains or fluid/leakage, failure to clean the Leased Space in “broom-swept” condition, and any other lease violations.‌
Haslet Boat & RV Storage
800 Blue Mound Road East
Haslet, TX 76052
(817) 769-8544