Floods Sample Clauses

Floods. The landlord must notify the tenant if the rental property is located in a potential flood zone (CIV 8589.45). Lead paint - landlords renting property built before January 1, 1978, should be accompanied by this federally mandated disclosure form. Megan's Act – a registered sex offender disclosure form to be attached to each housing lease agreement (CIV 2079.10a(3)). Mold – Written disclosure of mold in certain units should be provided by the landlord to any potential lessee (HSC 26147). Locations of orders – potential tenants must be notified if the residential dwelling they are applying for was formerly the location of a federal or state order (CIV 1940.7(b)).
Floods. The lessor is obliged to inform the lessee if the rental property is located in a potential flood zone (CIV 8589.45). Lead-based paint – Landlords renting properties built before January 1, 1978 must attach this federally mandated disclosure form.

Related to Floods

Weather During weather unsuitable for the proper execution of the Work in a first-class manner, all Work affected by such condition shall be properly protected from weather-related damage.
War We do not Cover an illness, treatment or medical condition due to war, declared or undeclared.
Earthquake including land shock waves or tremors before, during or after a volcanic eruption;
Quarantine Every Long-term Occasional Teacher is entitled to salary, despite absence from duty in any case where, because of exposure to a communicable disease, the Occasional Teacher is quarantined or otherwise prevented by the order of the medical health authorities from performing his or her duties. The days shall not be deducted from sick leave credits.
Accidents If a death, serious personal injury or substantial property damage occurs in connection with CONTRACTOR’s performance of this Agreement, CONTRACTOR shall immediately notify Mendocino County Risk Manager's Office by telephone. CONTRACTOR shall promptly submit to COUNTY a written report, in such form as may be required by COUNTY of all accidents which occur in connection with this Agreement. This report must include the following information: (1) name and address of the injured or deceased person(s); (2) name and address of CONTRACTOR's sub-contractor, if any; (3) name and address of CONTRACTOR's liability insurance carrier; and (4) a detailed description of the accident and whether any of COUNTY's equipment, tools, material, or staff were involved.
Shortages 1. No employee may be required to make up cash register shortages unless he is given the privilege of checking the change and daily receipts upon starting and completing the work shift and unless the employee has exclusive access to the cash register during the work shift, except as specified below.
Inclement Weather 4:1 Employees who report for work on a workday or for prearranged work on a workday and are unable to work in the field because of inclement weather, heat or other causes, shall be paid for actual time worked, if any, but not less than two (2) hours at straight-time rates. Employees receiving subsistence as provided for in Section 5:2 shall continue to receive subsistence in addition to the amount provided for under this Section.
Act of God Landlord shall not be required to perform any covenant or obligation in this Lease, or be liable in damages to Tenant, so long as the performance or non-performance of the covenant or obligation is delayed, caused or prevented by an act of God, force majeure or by Tenant.
Vandalism Vandalism of UNIT and/or PROPERTY (with reference to both the room, UNIT, and all common areas) will not be tolerated and will result in an immediate minimum fine of $100 in addition to the costs of repair to the vandalized property being passed on to TENANT.
Lockouts Should tenants lock themselves out of their dwelling and be unable to gain access through their own resources, they may call upon professional locksmith or the Owners to let them in. In either case, they are responsible for payment of the charges and/or damages involved. Owners charge a fee of $15 for providing this service between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, excepting holidays, and a fee of $25 for all other times. This fee is due and payable when the service is provided.