and quiet of other tenants in the building. Landlord agrees to prevent other tenants and other
persons in the building or common areas from similarly disturbing Tenant's peace and quiet.
18. Subleasing. Tenant shall not assign this agreement or sublet the dwelling unit without the
written consent of Landlord. Such consent shall not be withheld without good reason. This
paragraph shall not prevent Tenant from having guests for reasonably short periods of time.
19. Termination. Upon termination of this agreement, Tenant shall vacate the premises,
remove all personal property belonging to him/her and leave the premises as clean as she/he
found them, normal wear and tear and damage by unavoidable casualty excepted, and return all
keys to Landlord immediately upon vacating. The Tenant agrees that any personal property left
in or about the premises after the Tenant has vacated shall be considered abandoned property,
and the Landlord may sell or otherwise dispose of same without liability to the Tenant.
20. Permission for Landlord to Enter Unit. Tenant agrees to allow landlord or its agents to
enter the dwelling upon reasonable advance notice in order to inspect the premises, to
exterminate for pests, to make repairs or to show the premises to prospective tenants,
purchasers, mortgagers or their agents. The Tenant will not be unreasonable in denying entry.
Landlord may also enter the premises without prior consent if it appears to have been
abandoned by the Tenant or in case of emergency, and as otherwise permitted by law or court
21. Maintenance of Dwelling. The Landlord agrees to maintain the premises in a structurally
sound condition and to otherwise comply with an Owner's obligations under Article II of the
Massachusetts State Sanitary Code. Substantial violations of the State Sanitary Code shall
constitute grounds for abatement of rent.
22. Destruction of Premises. If the premises are rendered uninhabitable by fire, flood or other
natural disaster during the term of this agreement, this agreement shall be thereupon
23. Notification of Termination. Landlord shall not terminate this lease except for serious or
repeated breach of tenant's obligations hereunder. In cases of nonpayment of rent, Landlord
may terminate the tenancy by a 14-day written notice to vacate. In all other cases, Landlord may
terminate the tenancy by a 30-day written notice to vacate. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the
Landlord may immediately terminate this Lease for any act or conduct of the Tenant, household
member or guest which entitles the Landlord to evict or enjoin the Tenant under Massachusetts
General Laws, Chapter 139, Section19.
24. Additional Conditions. If any, they are attached, initialed and dated by both parties, and
are a part of this lease.
25. Changes. Tenant agrees to obey the Rules and Regulations which are attached to this
lease and made a part thereof, which Landlord reserves the right to amend or supplement at
26. Entire Agreement. No changes or additions to this lease shall be made except by written
agreement between Landlord and Tenant. This lease and any attachments represent the entire
agreement between Landlord and Tenant.