Updating Fixtures

Be careful when renting changing fixtures. The landlord has a right to charge for any fixtures removed from the property. See below:

D. Prohibitions: If Tenant installs any fixtures on the Property, authorized or unauthorized, such as
additional smoke detectors, locks, alarm systems, cables, satellite dishes, or other fixtures, such
fixtures will become the property of the Landlord. Except as otherwise permitted by law, this lease, or
in writing by Landlord, Tenant may not:
(1) remove any part of the Property or any of Landlord’s personal property from the Property;
(2) remove, change, add, or rekey any lock;
(3) make holes in the woodwork, floors, or walls, except that a reasonable number of small nails may
be used to hang pictures in sheetrock and grooves in paneling;
(4) permit any water furniture on the Property;
(5) install additional phone or video cables, outlets, antennas, satellite receivers, or alarm systems;
(6) replace or remove flooring material, paint, or wallpaper;
(7) install, change, or remove any: fixture, appliance, or non-real-property item listed in Paragraph 2;
(8) keep or permit any hazardous material on the Property such as flammable or explosive materials;
(9) keep or permit any material or item which causes any liability or fire and extended insurance
coverage to be suspended or canceled or any premiums to be increased;
(10) dispose of any environmentally detrimental substance (for example, motor oil or radiator fluid) on
the Property; or
(11) cause or allow any lien to be filed against any portion of the Property

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