Packman Lease and Delivery Form


Packman Mobile Storage LLC
44030 Wake Forest Rd, STE 349
Raleigh, NC 27609
919-923-7542
packmanmobilestorage@gmail.com


MOBILE UNIT RENTAL AGREEMENT


This agreement, dated between ( hereinafter referred to as “Tenant”) and Packman Mobile Storage LLC (hereinafter referred to as “Management”).

Management does hereby rent to Tenant a mobile storage unit, approximately 8’ X 16’ in size, to be used as storage for personal or business property at the monthly rate of $165 plus tax. Rental payment is payable on the anniversary of rental date each month. Delivery fee of $100 and Pickup fee of $100 plus tax is due at time of booking. Any additional handlings will be charged as booked at $100 ( within 20 miles). Additional miles at $4/mile. All charges are subject to applicable tax. By signing this agreement, Tenant authorizes  Management to automatically charge the credit card provided for monthly rental payments and any applicable fees as outlined in the agreement.

Tenant chooses to lease the unit(s) on a monthly basis. Tenant pays the amount for 1st month and there after rent is due on the anniversary of rental and will automatically renew and be charged for one (1) additional month, subject to the conditions in this document. Rental payments received after the fifth (5th) day of that date are subject to a 15% late charge. Mailed payment must be postmarked at least 3 days prior to the due date to avoid a late charge.

All payments made to Management pursuant to the agreement shall be applied first to accrued and unpaid rent, then the balance to administrative and late charges or other outstanding charges. Automatic credit card billing is available upon the request of the Tenant. A returned check is considered a non-payment and is subject to a charge of $20 in addition to any late fees incurred, as the rent is unpaid. A declined credit card is subject to processing fees as well as any late fees incurred due to the card being declined. Tenant can  purchase a lock from Management or shall provide their own lock. For units stored at our facility, access to the site is available daily from 7 am to 9 pm. All Tenants with a balance of $.01 or more will automatically be denied access to the site and their unit(s).

Tenant shall give Management a valid credit card number and expiration date. Tenant’s credit card will be automatically charged on the due date of the rent unless another form of payment has been submitted in advance.

Tenant acknowledges that Management does not carry any insurance which in any way covers any loss whatsoever that Tenant may have or claim to have by renting the mobile storage unit. All property stored in the mobile storage unit shall be at Tenant’s sole risk.

Tenant shall leave the mobile storage unit in as clean condition as rented, or be charged a $50.00 clean-up fee plus damages.

Tenant accepts the risk of damages during delivery and pickup of the storage unit, agreeing to the "Delivery and Pickup of Storage Units" terms. Tenant acknowledges responsibility for any damage to their property or surrounding areas, with Management not liable for such damages.

Tenant agrees to return the unit in the same condition as when delivered including all straps and boards inside of the unit.

Tenant acknowledges that he/she has read the full conditions on this document and agrees to be bound by them.

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Packman Mobile Storage LLC
4030 Wake Forest Road STE 349
Raleigh, NC 27609


Scheduling: Please allow at least a 7 day notice for all deliveries, transfers and pick
ups, so that we can best accommodate your requests.

1. RENT:
a. Initial Payment and Booking: Upon booking the mobile storage unit, the Tenant is required to make the first month's rent payment. This initial payment secures the reservation of the designated storage unit.
b. Start of Billing Cycle: The billing cycle for rental payments will commence on the date of delivery of the mobile storage unit to the Tenant’s specified location. This date will mark the monthly anniversary for all future rental payments.
c. Monthly Payments: Subsequent rental payments are due on the anniversary of the delivery date each month. Payments must be made without demand or reminder from Management.
d. Automatic Billing: Management may automatically charge any unpaid rent and associated fees to the Tenant’s credit card on file. It is the Tenant’s responsibility to ensure that valid, up-to-date credit card information is maintained with Management.
e. Non-Refundable Prepaid Rent: Any rent paid in advance is non-refundable. This policy supports the allocation and planning of storage unit availability. However, the delivery and pickup fee is refundable if delivery has not been attempted.

2. Late Payment Procedures: To maintain clarity and ensure timely payment of rent, the following procedures will be adhered to in the event of late payments:
a. Notification of Late Payment: If rent is not received by the due date, the Tenant will receive an electronic reminder via email on the first day after the due date.
b. Late Charges: A late fee of 15% of the monthly rent amount will be automatically applied to any payments made more than five (5) days after the monthly anniversary date. This late fee encourages timely payments and ensures operational efficiency.
c. Second Notice: If payment is not received within five (5) days following the due date, a second notice will be sent, emphasizing the importance of making the payment immediately to avoid further penalties.
d. Additional Fees: If the rent remains unpaid ten (10) days after the due date, an additional administrative fee of $25 will be charged in addition to the late fee.
e. Further Action for Non-Payment: If rental payments, including any accrued late charges and other applicable fees, are not received within ten (10) days of the due date, Management reserves the right to declare the Tenant in default of their lease agreement. Management may take further actions, such as restricting access, initiating recovery of the unit, or commencing legal proceedings, without prior notice to the Tenant. Tenants are encouraged to communicate any issues related to payment delays to Management as soon as possible to find an amicable resolution. Failure to adhere to these procedures may result in additional fees, legal action, and possible termination
of the rental agreement.

3. Digital Communications and Notices: The Tenant agrees that all communications and notices from Management regarding this agreement may be sent electronically. Management is authorized to send notifications, billing statements, updates to the agreement, and all other communications through electronic mail to the email address provided by the Tenant at the onset of this agreement or as updated by the Tenant from time to time. Furthermore, the Tenant agrees to receive and make all payments electronically. The Tenant authorizes Management to charge the monthly rental fee, any associated late fees, and other charges applicable under this agreement to the credit card or through another electronic payment method provided by the Tenant. The Tenant must ensure that Management is promptly notified of any changes in their email address, electronic payment methods, or any other contact information relevant to this agreement. Failure to update contact information promptly may result in missed communications and potential penalties as outlined in this agreement. For purposes of this agreement, a communication is considered received 24 hours after an email is sent, unless the sending party is notified that the email address is invalid or that the email has not been delivered.

4. Use and compliance with law: Tenant agrees not to place on the premises/in the unit any explosive, or any flammable, odorous, noxious, corrosive, hazardous, or pollutant materials or any other goods in the space, which would cause danger or nuisance to the facility. The Tenant agrees that the premises will not be used for any purposes unlawful or contrary to any ordinance,  regulation, fire code or health code and the Tenant agrees not to commit waste, nor to create a nuisance, nor alter or affix signs in the space, and will keep the space in good condition during the term of the Agreement. There shall be no habitable occupancy of the space by humans or pets of any kind for any period whatsoever and violation of these prohibitions shall be grounds for immediate termination of this Agreement.

5. Occupant’s risk of loss: No bailment is created by this Agreement. The exclusive care, custody and control of any and all personal property stored in the leased space shall remain vested in the Tenant. All property stored within or on the space by Tenant or located at the facility shall be stored at Tenant’s sole risk. Management, Management’s agents and employees shall not be liable for any loss or damage to any personal property while at the rented premises arising from any cause whatsoever including, but not limited to burglary, mysterious disappearance, fire, water damage, mold mildew, rodents, Acts of God, the active or passive acts or omissions or negligence of the Management, Management’s agents, or employees.

6. Insurance: Tenant assumes responsibility for any loss or damage to property stored by Tenant in the premises and may or may not elect to provide insurance coverage for the same. Tenant assumes all risk of loss to stored property that would be covered by such insurance. Insurance carried by Management shall be for the sole benefit of Management and Tenant shall make no claim whatsoever against Management’s insurance. Tenant agrees not to subrogate against or allow Tenant’s insurance company to subrogate against Management in the event of loss or damage of any kind or from any cause.

7. Indemnification of Management: Tenant will indemnify and hold Management harmless from and against any and all manner of claims for damages or lost property, personal injury, and costs, including attorney’s fees, arising from Tenant’s lease of the space or from any activity, work, or thing done, permitted, or suffered by Tenant in or on the space or about the facility, regardless of whether such loss or damage is caused by the negligence of third parties or Acts of God. In the event that the space is destroyed by fire or other casualty, Management shall have the right to remove the contents of the space and store it at the Tenant’s sole cost and expense without liability for any loss or damage whatsoever, and Tenant shall indemnify and hold Management harmless from and against any loss, cost, or expense in connection with such removal and storage. Should Management or any of Management’s employees perform any services for Tenant at Tenant’s request, such employee shall be deemed to be the agent of the Tenant regardless of whether payment for such services is made, and Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold Management and its employees harmless from any liability in connection with or arising from such services.

8. Legal Fees and Expenses: In the event that Management must enforce the terms of this Agreement or defend itself against claims brought by the Tenant, the Tenant agrees to reimburse Management for all reasonable legal fees, court costs, and other expenses incurred. This includes, but is not limited to, the enforcement of any eviction, the collection of unpaid rent, the recovery of property premises in case of unauthorized use, or any other legal actions initiated due to the breach of any terms of this Agreement by the Tenant. Should Management successfully defend itself against any actions, claims, or proceedings brought by the Tenant, the Tenant will be responsible for covering all legal costs and attorney's fees incurred by Management in such defense. This provision applies to all legal actions, arbitrations, or other legal proceedings, regardless of the outcome, where Management incurs expenses due to the Tenant's breach of contract or any claim arising from the Tenant's use or misuse of the rented premises. The Tenant’s obligation under this clause shall survive the termination of this Agreement.

9. Personal Injury: Management and its agents and employees shall not be liable for any personal injury, death, or property damage or loss arising from the Tenant’s use of the storage unit or the premises, including but not limited to damages incurred during delivery, pickup, or while the unit is in use. This includes any damage to landscaping, driveways, underground utilities, or personal property such as trees, bushes, mailboxes, etc. Tenant assumes all risks associated with the placement and use of the storage unit and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Management from any claims or damages arising from these activities. The Tenant is encouraged to obtain appropriate insurance coverage for their property and any potential liabilities.

10. OWNER’S LIEN: TENANT’S STORED PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO A SELF-STORAGE OWNER’S LIEN, AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 44A-40 THROUGH 44A-46, NORTH CAROLINA REVISED STATUTES, AND TENANT’S STORED PROPERTY MAY BE SOLD OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF TO SATISFY SUCH A LIEN. TENANT SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ALL REASONABLE COSTS AND EXPENSES (INCLUDING ATTORNEY’S FEES) INCURRED BY MANAGEMENT TO PRESERVE TENANT’S PROPERTY, PREPARE IT FOR SALE, OR TO COMPLY WITH THE LAWS GOVERNING OWNER’S LIEN. After a lien against the stored property arises, only a payment in the full amount of the lien will be accepted to satisfy the lien. Partial payments will not stop any auction or disposal procedures or legal actions. Each time Tenant’s space is processed for public sale, Tenant may be charged a $60 administrative fee.

11. Condition and alteration of Premises: Tenant agrees that at the expiration of the terms of this lease, peaceable possession of the premises/unit shall be given to the Management in as same condition they are as of the date of this agreement. A clean up fee of $50 will be charged to Tenant if Management has to remove items left by Tenant from the premises/ unit. Tenant further agrees to be liable for any damages whatsoever caused to Management’s property by Tenant and/or Tenant’s guests or invitees or agents. The Tenant agrees not to sublet, or assign the whole or any part of the premises/unit without written consent of the Management. Tenant agrees not to affix shelving or other articles to the walls, ceiling, or door, or in any way at all alter the leased space. Tenant agrees that Management may charge any damage charges or cleaning fees to the Tenant’s credit card.

12. Transfers: Tenant shall give Lessor a minimum 7 days notice for all transfers and pick up of units in order to assure a requested date. Otherwise, it will be at the discretion and availability of Lessor.

13. Termination: This Agreement shall continue from month to month unless Tenant or Management delivers to the other a written notice of it’s intentions to terminate the agreement ten (10) days prior to the end of the current rental month. There are no pro rated rent refunds in the event the storage unit is vacated before the last day of the month. Tenant’s failure to vacate the premises/unit or remove their lock on or before the last day of the month automatically renews the lease for one month.

14. Abandonment: This Agreement shall automatically terminate if Tenant abandons the space(s). Tenant shall have abandoned the space if Tenant has removed their lock from the space and is not current in all obligations hereunder.

15. MANAGEMENT’S RIGHT TO ENTER: Tenant must provide Management with a valid key or combination to the lock that they put on the storage unit door. Locks sold by Management are master keyed. Management may use key or combination given by Tenant to enter the storage unit for purposes of inspection, without prior notice to Tenant, whenever Management believes that any hazardous condition or nuisance has been created, or is occurring in the space, or in any situation constituting an emergency, or for repairs to the interior or door, or inspections by governmental authorities. In the event any inspection discloses any stored property or any condition or violation of any portion of this agreement, then Management may immediately remove and dispose of such property, and take any action to remedy such condition, without
notice to Tenant, and at Tenant’s expense. In the event that management does not have a valid lock key or combination on file, Management may enter the storage unit with whatever reasonable force is necessary at the expense of the Tenant.

16. Waiver/Enforceability: In the event any part of this Agreement shall be held invalid or unenforceable the remaining part of this Rental Agreement shall be in full force and effect as though any invalid or unenforceable part or parts were not written into this Agreement. No waiver of Management of any provisions hereof shall be deemed a waiver of any other provision hereof or of any subsequent default or breach by Tenant of the same or any other provision.

17. Succession: This Agreement is binding upon the parties, their heirs, successors, personal representatives, and assigns.

18. Governing Law: The laws of North Carolina shall govern this Agreement and any actions between the parties.

19. Waiver of Jury Trial: Management and Tenant waive their respective rights to trial by jury of any cause of action, claim, counterclaim, or cross complaint brought by either Management against Tenant, or Tenant against Management on any matter arising out of or in any way connected with this Rental Agreement, or Tenant’s use of occupancy of the storage space, or any claim of bodily injury or property damage or the enforcement of any remedy under any law, statute, or regulation.

20. Limited Warranty: This agreement contains the entire Agreement of the parties and no representation or agreements, oral or otherwise, between the parties not embodied herein shall be of any force or effect. The Management, its agents and employees are not authorized to make warranties about the space, premises, and facility referred to in this Agreement. Management’s agents or employees’ oral statements do not constitute warranties, and shall not be relied upon by Tenant nor shall any of said statements be considered a part of the Agreement. The entire Agreement and understanding of the parties hereto is embodied in this writing and no other warranties are given beyond set forth in this Agreement. The parties hereto agree that the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purposes and all other warranties express or implied, are excluded from this transaction and shall not apply to the leased space, premises, and facility referred to herein. It is further understood and agreed that Tenant accepts such leased space, premises, and facility as is and with all faults.

21. Rules and Regulations: Tenant agrees to be bound by the Rules and Regulations as posted by the Management from time to time. All rules and regulations shall be deemed to be part of this agreement and incorporated herein.

22. Notice of Change of Address: Tenant represents and warrants that the contact information Tenant has supplied Management are true, accurate, and correct and Tenant understands that Management is relying on Tenant’s representations. Tenant agrees to give prompt written notice to Management of any change of address, telephone number, employer information, alternate contact information, or on file credit card number. Tenant understands that he must personally deliver such new information to Management or mail the new information by certified mail, return receipt requested, with postage prepaid to the Management at the address shown on the rental agreement.

23. Changes: The terms of this Agreement such as monthly rental rate, conditions of occupancy, and other changes are subject to change upon thirty (30) days written notice to Tenant. If Tenant continues occupancy beyond the effective date, the change shall become effective and apply to his occupancy.

24. Subletting and Reassignment: Tenant shall not sublet, assign, or otherwise transfer any part of the leased storage unit or this Agreement without prior written consent from Management. To request such consent, the Tenant must submit a written proposal to Management, detailing the intended sublessee’s or assignee's name, the proposed duration of the sublet or assignment, and contact information, along with any other information Management may require to assess the request. Management reserves the right to refuse consent based on its sole discretion, which may include considerations related to the proposed sublessee or assignee’s creditworthiness, intended use of the storage unit, or compliance with the facility’s rules and regulations. If Management approves the request, both the Tenant and the proposed sublessee or assignee must sign a written agreement that specifies the terms and conditions of the sublease or assignment, aligning with the original rental terms as adjusted for current circumstances. Any subletting or assignment shall not release the Tenant from any obligations under this Agreement. The original Tenant shall remain fully liable for the payment of the rent and any additional charges incurred during the sublease period, as well as for any damages to the unit, whether caused by the sublessee or otherwise.

25. Tenant’s Lock: Tenant shall immediately lock Space upon execution of the agreement. Only one lock shall be permitted. Tenant shall provide Management with a key or combination to Tenant’s lock. In the event Tenant fails to keep such a lock on the Space or Tenant’s lock is damaged or broken, Management shall have the right, but not the obligation, to place a lock on the space provided. Owner shall have no liability to Tenant for any loss or damage whatsoever, and, Tenant shall indemnify and hold Management harmless from and against any loss, cost or expense of Management, in connection with the lock on the space, including the cost of the lock.

26. Access: In Management’s sole discretion, Tenant’s access to the premises may be conditioned in any manner deemed reasonably necessary by Management. Such measures may include, but are not limited to, limiting hours of operation, requiring verification of Tenant’s identity, and requiring Tenant to sign in and out upon entering and leaving the premises. Access will be limited to those Tenant’s and authorized users given to Management in writing unless the user has an access code and key to the unit which shall be considered valid evidence that the possessor is duly authorized to enter and remove contents from any unit provided under this agreement.

27. Mobile Storage: All previously listed lease conditions apply to mobile storage containers regardless of whether they are being stored on the property of Management or a location selected by the Tenant. In the event Tenant is found to be in default of the lease and the unit is not located on Management’s property management will take possession of the container at the expense of the Tenant and enforce all provisions in this lease for those found in default. Tenant agrees not to hold Management or its agents responsible in any way for ANY damages incurred during the transport, loading, or unloading of the mobile unit.

28. Weight Capacity: Mobile storage customers are advised that the maximum weight capacity for the units is 4000 pounds. Any damage to the unit or the inability for the Lessor to transfer the unit is the responsibility of the Lessee. Any damages due to overload will be charged to the Lessor.

29. ALL STRAPS, WHEEL CHOCKS AND BOARDS MUST BE LEFT INSIDE UNIT ( IF SUPPLIED) upon return or customer will be charged $5.00 per board, $10.00 PER CHOCK and $20.00 for straps.

30. Acknowledgment of Rules and Policies: The Tenant hereby acknowledges having read, understood, and agreed to comply with all of Management's current rules and regulations that are posted on the premises at www.packmanmobilestorage.com. The Tenant also agrees to comply with any amendments or updates to these rules and regulations, which Management may issue and communicate via . Such rules and regulations, including any updates, form an integral part of this Agreement. Failure to comply with any of these rules and regulations may result in penalties, including but not limited to, fines, restricted access, or termination of the rental agreement. Tenants are required to acknowledge receipt of any updates to ensure continued compliance.

31. Prohibited Uses: The Tenant agrees not to use the storage unit for any unlawful purposes, including but not limited to the storage of stolen goods, drugs, or illegal weapons. The Tenant will not store any goods that are explosive, flammable, odorous, hazardous, or perishable, such as gasoline, propane tanks, fireworks, paint thinners, fertilizers, or food items. Additionally, no live animals or plants may be stored in the unit. The Tenant further agrees not to use the storage unit as a residence. The Tenant is also prohibited from storing high-value items, such as artwork, antiques, or jewelry, unless adequately insured. Modifications or alterations to the storage unit are strictly prohibited, including drilling, nailing, painting, or affixing any materials to the interior or exterior of the unit. Storage of any items that could potentially harm the environment, such as batteries or motor oils, is also forbidden. Any violation of these prohibitions is grounds for immediate termination of the rental agreement and may result in additional fees or legal action.

32. Limitation of Actions: No action, regardless of form, arising out of or related to any transactions under this Agreement, including but not limited to disputes over breach of contract, damage to property, or claims of personal injury, may be brought by either party more than one year after the cause of action has accrued. For the purposes of this Agreement, a cause of action shall be considered to have accrued at the time the claiming party became aware or reasonably should have become aware of the breach or injury. However, an action for nonpayment may be brought within two years from the date of the last payment. These limitations apply equally to any arbitration proceedings as agreed upon in the arbitration clause of this Agreement. Nothing in this clause shall limit the parties’ rights to seek interim injunctive relief or other equitable remedies from a court of competent jurisdiction as necessary to protect urgent legal rights.

33. Severability: If any provision of this Agreement is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavor to give effect to the parties' intentions as reflected in the provision, to the extent allowed by law. In the event such modification is not possible, the invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision shall be replaced with a valid provision that most closely approximates the intent and economic effect of the invalid provision. The remaining parts of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. If any essential provision of this Agreement is found to be invalid, this may necessitate a reevaluation of the entire agreement at the discretion of the parties.

34. Condition of Mobile Storage Unit: The Mobile Storage Unit is provided in a good, clean, and ready-to-use condition. Upon delivery, it is the responsibility of the Tenant to inspect the unit and report any damages or discrepancies to Management within 24 hours of delivery. Failure to report within this timeframe will result in the assumption that the unit was delivered in acceptable condition. Tenant agrees to maintain the unit responsibly, ensuring it remains dry, securely locked, and not overloaded. Any damage to the unit arising during the rental period must be reported to Management immediately upon discovery. Prior to return, Tenant is responsible for cleaning the unit to ensure it is free from debris and waste, reflecting a standard of ordinary cleanliness. The unit must be returned in the same condition as received, except for normal wear and tear. Any damage not reported at the time of delivery and noted upon return may result in charges to the Tenant for repair or replacement.

35. Delivery and Pickup of Storage Units:
a. Site Preparation and Delivery Conditions: The Tenant is responsible for ensuring that the specified delivery and pickup location is prepared and suitable prior to the scheduled delivery and pickup dates. The location must be a flat, hard-surface area such as asphalt or concrete,
free from grass, gravel, or other unstable surfaces, and must be easily accessible for a large delivery truck. The Tenant must clear the area of any obstacles and ensure that there are no overhead hazards such as low-hanging tree limbs or cables. Management reserves the right to refuse delivery if the site is not properly prepared, and the Tenant will still be responsible for any applicable delivery and pickup fees. Failure to provide a suitable and accessible location may result in additional charges for redelivery or complications in service.
b. Liability and Indemnification: Management and its agents and employees shall not be liable for any personal injury, death, or property damage or loss arising from the Tenant’s use of the storage unit or premises, including any damage incurred during delivery, pickup, or while the unit is in use. This includes, but is not limited to, damage to landscaping, driveways, concrete, underground utilities, or personal property such as trees, bushes, mailboxes, fences, etc. The Tenant assumes all risks associated with the placement and use of the storage unit and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Management  from any claims, damages, or expenses arising from these activities. The Tenant is encouraged to obtain appropriate insurance coverage for their property and any potential liabilities. Management's insurance does not cover the Tenant's property, and the Tenant waives any right of subrogation against Management's insurance policies.
c. Property Owner Authorization: The Tenant confirms that they have obtained all necessary approvals and permissions from the property owner and/or relevant governing authorities, including but not limited to zoning boards, property management companies, and homeowners' associations, for the placement of the storage unit on the designated property. The Tenant is required to provide Management with documentation evidencing such approvals upon request. The Tenant shall be solely responsible for any violations of property agreements or local regulations as a result of placing the storage unit. Additionally, the Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Management from and against any fines, liabilities, or legal actions resulting from the unauthorized placement of the storage unit, including but not limited to those arising from the Tenant's failure to obtain the necessary permissions. The Tenant must inform Management of any restrictions or conditions imposed by the property owner or governing bodies that may affect the placement and usage of the storage unit.
d. Access Authorization: The Tenant hereby grants Management and its agents the right to enter the property where the storage unit is located for the purposes of delivering and picking up the storage unit. The Tenant warrants that they have the legal right to authorize such access and will provide any necessary gate codes or keys for entry.
e. Pickup Authorization for Nonpayment: In the event of nonpayment of rent or other fees as stipulated in the rental agreement, Management reserves the right to retrieve the storage unit from the Tenant’s property without prior notice or authorization. This action will be taken in accordance with applicable laws, and Management will make efforts to communicate with the Tenant to resolve the outstanding payments before proceeding with unit retrieval, where feasible.
f. Tenant’s Responsibilities: The Tenant is responsible for ensuring that the specified delivery and pickup locations are prepared and suitable prior to the scheduled delivery and pickup dates. Failure to provide a suitable and accessible location may result in additional charges for redelivery or complications in service. The Tenant must ensure that the storage unit is completely empty and clean prior to the scheduled pickup date. All personal property must be removed from the unit, and the unit should be in a condition ready for immediate relocation. Failure to empty the unit may result in delayed pickup and additional charges, including but not limited to storage fees and extra handling charges.

36. Force Majeure: Neither party shall be liable for any failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement where such failure results directly from any cause beyond the party's reasonable control. This includes, but is not limited to, mechanical, electronic, or communications failure or degradation (including 'line-noise' interference), acts of God, fire, flood, earthquake, storm, pandemic, war, riot, government action, transportation disruptions, road closures, or any other cause beyond reasonable control. In the event of such a Force Majeure, Management is not liable for delays in performance or for temporary inability to deliver or retrieve storage units. Management will make reasonable efforts to notify the Tenant within 10 days of the occurrence of the Force Majeure event, providing details of the cause, its expected duration, and the anticipated effect on its ability to perform duties under this Agreement. If the Force Majeure event continues to prevent Management from performing its contractual obligations for more than 60 days beyond the date of initial notification, Management may, at its discretion, terminate this Agreement by giving 10 days' written notice to the Tenant. In such cases, Management shall not be liable for any further service delivery or damages arising from such termination. Management shall also not be liable for any losses or damages suffered by the Tenant as a result of delayed performance or service interruption caused by Force Majeure events. It is the responsibility of the Tenant to take reasonable measures to minimize any potential damage or disruption caused by anticipated or existing Force Majeure conditions.

37. Emergency Access: Management reserves the right to access any rented storage unit without prior notice to the Tenant in situations deemed as emergencies. Emergencies may include but are not limited to risks of fire, flooding, or other environmental dangers, suspected illegal activities, urgent maintenance needs, or any circumstances where entry is necessary to prevent imminent damage to the storage unit or property within. Management will endeavor to notify the Tenant of such access as soon as practicable unless immediate entry is mandated by emergency conditions or required by law enforcement or emergency response directives. Management will document the reason for any emergency access and the findings from such entry, and a copy of this record will be provided to the Tenant within a reasonable timeframe after the access.

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