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LEASE
Parties:
THIS LEASE between, Hess Office Park party of the first part hereby called Lessor, and Tune Accounting Services, party of the second part, hereinafter called Lessee,
Consideration:
WITNESSETH: That each of the aforesaid parties acknowledges the receipt of a valuable consideration from the other, and they and each of them act in further consideration of the engagements of the other as herein stated.
Premises:
That Lessor has and does hereby grant, demise, and lease unto Lessee the following described premises situated in the City of Austin, State of Texas; namely, a portion of the building located at 100 Hess Boulevard.
Term:
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the above described premises unto the Lessee for the period of five (5) years commencing on the 15th day of December, 2018 and ending on the 14th day of November, 2019.
Rental:
Lessee hereby covenants and agrees to pay Lessor as rent for the aforesaid premises the sum of $33,000.00 payable in advance in monthly installments as follows: $550.00 due on the first of each and every month until paid in full.
Lien on Leasehold, Etc.:
A first lien is hereby expressly reserved by the Lessor and granted by the Lessee upon the terms of this lease and upon all interest of the Lessee in this leasehold for the payment of rent and for the satisfaction of any cause of action which may accrue to the Lessor by the provisions of this instrument. A first lien is also expressly reserved by the Lessor and granted by the Lessee upon all buildings, improvements, store fixtures, water fixtures, and gas fixtures, and all other fixtures erected or put in place upon the premises by or through the Lessee or other occupants for the payment of rent and also for the satisfaction of any causes of action which may accrue to the Lessor by the Provisions of this instrument;
Lawful & Moral Uses:
That the premises and all buildings and improvements thereon shall, during the term of this lease, be used exclusively for lawful and moral purposes, and no part of the premises or improvements shall be used for any purpose in violation of the laws of the United States, the State of Texas, or the ordinances and laws of the City of Austin that are enforced;
Alterations:
Not to make any changes, alterations, or additions about the said building or premises without first obtaining the written consent of the Lessor and in no event to do anything that shall weaken the building or structure now on or that may hereafter be erected on the premises;
Protection from Violations:
To save and hold the Lessor harmless from violations of the laws of the United States, of the State of Texas, and the ordinances and laws of the City of Austin;
Invalidation of Insurance:
Not to suffer anything to be or remain upon the premises which will invalidate any policy of insurance which Lessor may now or hereafter have upon said building;
Damages, Accidents, Etc.:
To hold Lessor harmless against all damages, accidents, and injuries to persons or property caused by or in connection with any power plant, machinery, elevator, elevator shaft, stairway, signs, awnings, glass, brick, or other building material, hatch, coal chute or other openings, flag pole, and other parts of said premises in or pertaining to or upon the premises during the term of this lease or while the Lessee is occupying the premises;
Insolvency, Etc. of Lessee:
That in the event of the insolvency or bankruptcy of the Lessee, or the filing of any petition under the bankruptcy statute voluntarily or involuntarily and whether or not resulting in an adjudication in bankruptcy, or in the event of a partial or general assignment for the benefit of a creditor, the Lessor shall have the right to terminate this lease upon giving written notice thirty days in advance;
Delivery at End of Lease:
And on the expiration of the term of this lease to deliver unto the Lessor the possession of said building, lot and premises, cleared of all persons, goods not properly belonging to the same, and in good condition as the same were received, destruction or damages by fire, storm or other casualty and ordinary wear and tear excepted;
Attorney Fees:
Lessee agrees to pay all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney fees, if all or any of the rent or utility charges reserved herein is collected after maturity with the aid of an attorney; also to pay reasonable attorney fees in the event it becomes necessary for the Lessor to employ an attorney to force the Lessee to comply with any of the covenants, obligations, or conditions imposed by this lease;
Indemnification:
Lessor not be liable to Lessee's employee's agents, invitees, licensees or visitors, or to any other person, for any injury to person or damage to property on or about the leased premises, whether caused by the negligence or misconduct of Lessee, its agents, servants or employees, or of any person entering upon the leased premises under express or implied invitation of Lessee, or caused by the Project and improvements located thereon becoming out of repair, or caused by leakage of gas, oil, water or steam or by electricity emanating from the leased premises. Lessee agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Lessor from any loss, attorney's fees, expenses or claims arising out of such damage or injury, such indemnification to survive the termination of this lease. Any liability insurance which may be carried by Lessor with respect to the Project shall be for Lessor's sole benefit and under its sole control.
Lessee further agrees to indemnify and hold Hess Office Park harmless from any liability which may be imposed upon Lessor and costs including attorney fees incurred as a result of any claim made against Lessor from injury arising out of machinery, caused or contributed by Lessee's or user's failure to provide safety equipment, instructions, and/or warnings necessary to operate this machinery safely. Lessee further agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Hess Office Park for any liability which may be imposed upon Lessor and any costs, including attorney fees, incurred as a result of any claim made against seller for injury arising out of use of this machinery, caused or contributed to by any actions or inactions of Lessee;
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the above named Lessor and the above named Lessee have executed this instrument the __________ day of __________, 2018.
Lessee
Lessor
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