· The tenant has the duty to comply with all obligations imposed by the lease and pay rent when it is due.
· The tenant has the duty to keep the rental unit in a clean and safe condition and upon termination of the tenancy leave the unit in as clean condition excepting ordinary wear and tear, as when tenancy began.
· The tenant has the duty to dispose of all waste from the rental unit in a clean and safe manner.
· The tenant has the duty to use all facilities and appliances in the premises in a reasonable and safe manner.
· The tenant has the duty to not destroy, deface, damage, impair or remove any part of the premises or knowingly permit any person to do so.
· The tenant has the duty to conduct himself/herself in a manner that will not disturb their neighbors' peaceful enjoyment of the premises.
· The tenant has the duty to not unreasonably withhold consent for the landlord to enter the rental unit to inspect the premises.
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