21. ATTORNEY`S FEES. In the event of any dispute arising out of this Agreement or the use of storage facilities owned by Cannon Self Storage, The Tenant agrees to reimburse Cannon Self Storage for all costs related to such dispute, including reasonable attorneys` fees. Almost all national laws require tenants to inform tenants of the owner`s right to conslog and sell their stored property in the event of a delay. Some even require the mention to be printed in bold or in a larger font. Standard rental agreements stipulate that the property is stored at the sole risk of the tenant and that the lessor is not held responsible for the loss or damage of the tenant`s personal property. In addition, the lease agreement should stipulate that the lessor is not liable for loss of or damage to property resulting from the active or passive acts or omissions or negligence of the owner, representatives of the owners or staff. As far as insurance is concerned, a good rental agreement should include a compensation provision in which the tenant undertakes to keep the self-storage facility unharmed and without bodily injury caused by the tenant. In other words, if a third party is injured due to the actions of the tenant and tries to recover against the self-storage facility, the company can take care of the tenant to repair all the damage he has to pay to the injured party.
PandaTip: The model section below describes the configuration and unit rented by the customer with this stock rental agreement. 13. Cannon Self Storage IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY. Cannon Self Storage, its representatives and collaborators are not liable to the Tenant for any injury or death of the Tenant as a result of the Tenant`s use of the Storage Unit or self-storage facility, even if such breach is due to active or passive acts or omissions or negligence of Cannon Self Storage, its representatives or staff. The tenant acknowledges that the unit is not used as a dwelling, a commercial establishment or for any purpose other than the preservation of personal property. It is also important to attach a statement that the self-storage owner is not liable for damage or loss of property resulting from “active or passive acts or omissions or negligence of the owner, representatives of the owner or employee”. This clause is important to the extent that some court decisions have allowed owners to be exempted from liability, even if their own negligence caused the loss or damage.. . .