Criminal drug statute means a criminal law involving the manufacture, distribution, dispensing, use, or possession of any controlled substance.
Criminal. ACTIVITY Notwithstanding any other provision of this Lease, Lessee, any members of Lessee’s household or a guest or other person under Lessee’s control shall not engage in any criminal activity, including, but not limited to drug- related criminal activity on or near said Leased Premises or Building. Lessee, any members of the Lessee’s household, or a guest or other person under Lessee’s control shall not engage in any act intended to facilitate criminal activity, and will not permit the Leased Premises or Building to be used for, or to facilitate criminal activity (including but not limited to drug- related criminal activity) on or near said Leased Premises or Building, regardless of whether the individual engaging in such activity is a member of the household, guest or invitee or any person accompanying such member of the household, guest or invitee. Lessee, any members of Lessee’s household or a guest or other person under Lessee’s control shall not engage in any illegal activity, including but not limited to prostitution, threatening or intimidation or coercion, assault, unlawful discharge of firearms on or near the Leased Premises or Building, or commit any breach of the Lease that otherwise jeopardizes the health, safety, and welfare of the Lessor, Lessor’s employees, agents, or any lessees, occupants and guests of the Building; or involving imminent or actual serious property damage to the Leased Premises, or Building. “Drug-related criminal activity” means the illegal manufacture, sale, distribution, use, or possession with intent to manufacture, sell, distribute or use of a controlled substance (as defined in Section 102 or the Controlled Substance Act [21 U.S.C 802]) or as defined in the Controlled Substance and Cannabis Nuisance Act, 740 ILCS 40/1, et.seq., or as defined in any other applicable federal, state or local law). Accordingly if the Lessee or other occupant uses the Leased Premises, or Building for the purpose of unlawful possessing, serving, storing, manufacturing, cultivating, delivering, using, selling or giving away controlled substances or permit them to be used for any such purposes the Lease is voidable at Lessor’s option with five (5) days written notice, and it is expressly understood that all provisions of 740 ILCS 40/1, et.seq., are applicable to this Lease. If the Lessee or any other occupant(s) of the Leased Premises are charged during the term of this Lease with having committed an offense in or on the Leased Premises or ...
Criminal. ACTIVITY It is specifically provided and understood that Landlord may cancel this Lease should this house be seized or held in any manner due to illegal activity or alleged illegal activity, whether Tenant are the direct cause of such seizure or not and whether Tenant had knowledge of such activity or not. It is intended that the right to cancel this Lease pursuant to this provision be without notice to Tenant. Tenant, any member of Tenant’ household, or guest or other person under the Tenant’ control, shall not engage in or facilitate any criminal activity on or near the premises. This includes the illegal manufacture, sale, distribution or use of a controlled substance (as defined in Section 102 of the Controlled Substance Act 21 U.S.C. 802). A violation of this provision shall be a substantial breach of this Lease and shall entitle Landlord to evict Tenant without notice. Proof of a violation of this provision shall be by a preponderance of the evidence. Further, it is irrelevant whether Tenant knew of the illegal activity or not, it being sufficient that the activity occurred on or near the premises to trigger this default provision. This provision is intended to allow Landlord to keep the premises free of actual or suspected illegal activity and drug-related activity without requiring that Tenant, a member of Tenant’ household or a guest of Tenant being criminally convicted of same. Tenant shall not allow this dwelling to be used for illegal activity or drug- related activity, whether or not Tenant had actual knowledge of same.
Criminal. A member who is charged with a criminal or statutory or major traffic offence, arising from acts done in the performance, or attempted performance, in good faith of the member’s duties as a police officer shall be indemnified for the necessary and reasonable legal costs incurred in the defense of such charge. Victoria Police Board Victoria City Police Union Collective Agreement Consultation The Employer will indemnify a member for the reasonable fees for a three (3) hour consultation by the member with a lawyer as to whether the member should make a statement, and if so, in what form, if the member learns that an allegation has been made that the member misconducted himself or herself in the performance of his or her duties if the member:
Criminal. The following criminal penalties may be imposed for violations of the FCPA's antibribery provisions: corporations and other business entities are subject to a fine of up to $2,000,000; officers, directors, stockholders, employees, and agents are subject to a fine of up to $100,000 and imprisonment for up to five years. Moreover, under the Alternative Fines Act, these fines may be actually quite higher -- the actual fine may be up to twice the benefit that the defendant sought to obtain by making the corrupt payment. You should also be aware that fines imposed on individuals may not be paid by their employer or principal. Civil The Attorney General or the SEC, as appropriate, may bring a civil action for a fine of up to $10,000 against any firm as well as any officer, director, employee, or agent of a firm, or stockholder acting on behalf of the firm, who violates the antibribery provisions. In addition, in an SEC enforcement action, the court may impose an additional fine not to exceed the greater of (i) the gross amount of the pecuniary gain to the defendant as a result of the violation, or (ii) a specified dollar limitation. The specified dollar limitations are based on the egregiousness of the violation, ranging from $5,000 to $100,000 for a natural person and $50,000 to $500,000 for any other person. The Attorney General or the SEC, as appropriate, may also bring a civil action to enjoin any act or practice of a firm whenever it appears that the firm (or an officer, director, employee, agent, or stockholder acting on behalf of the firm) is in violation (or about to be) of the antibribery provisions.
Criminal. ACTIVITY 29. This agreement shall be considered null and void and management has the option to regain control of the property immediately following any arrest for any criminal activity within the premises, in accordance with the laws and statutes of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. MOLD NOTICE
Criminal. No applicant or occupant may have received deferred adjudication for, or have been convicted of, a felony offense of any kind. No applicant or occupant may have received deferred adjudication for, or been convicted of, a misdemeanor of a violent crime against persons within the previous ten years. No applicant or occupant may have been convicted of, or received deferred adjudication for, a misdemeanor of a property, drug possession under four ounces or weapons nature within the previous three years, or a misdemeanor of a sexual nature within the previous ten years. Income The exact income requirement for each application is determined by the credit rating(s) of the applicant(s). On average, the monthly rental amount cannot be more than 33% of the total gross income of all leaseholders. Allowances, third party support and other income require verification. Paycheck stubs covering at least 30 days, the previous year’s W-2 (if self employed) or an offer letter if the applicant has not yet begun employment, are acceptable verification of both income and employment. The income requirement may be modified if required by federal subsidy or financing programs. If a Guarantor is required, monthly rental amount cannot equal more than 14% of the Guarantor’s monthly income. Employment Lease Holder(s) must present evidence of stable work history for a minimum of one year. If not employed, must present evidence of regular income. If self-employed must present income tax return from the previous year and bank statements from the previous two months. Persons who hold commission-only or base plus commissions, tips and bonuses jobs are considered self-employed. A letter of intent to hire from the employer should be provided if employment has not yet begun. Cosigner/Guarantor If prospective Lease Holder(s) does/do not satisfy the income criteria, a cosigner or guarantor will be required in addition to the above additional deposit. If the prospective Lease Holder(s) is/are also fulltime students, only the guarantor will be required. Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Owner’s Representative Date