The Lessor is responsible for the building's general basic installations that existed at the takeover date such as power supply up to the Tenant's fuse box, waterborne heating up to heat exchanger, water supply and sewer drainage to the Tenant's premises. The Tenant shall be responsible for any installation or cost, including basic installations, installed by the Tenant itself or that has been specifically installed for the Tenant's activities.
If the Lessor does not perform necessary maintenance without unfounded delay in accordance with his obligations under the agreement, the Tenant may withhold rent corresponding to the costs of obtaining such maintenance until such maintenance has been carried out.
The Tenant's operational and maintenance obligations.
Cleaning and waste management
The costs of cleaning the rental object and handling waste is the Tenant's responsibility.
The costs of water and drainage in the rental object is the Tenant's responsibility.
Energy costs relating to heating, lighting and operations in the building is the Tenant's responsibility.
The Tenant's obligations to cover operating expenses.
Unless otherwise stipulated in the other provisions in the agreement, it is the Tenant's duty to cover any costs in respect of the Tenant's own operation of the rented premises and areas otherwise covered by the lease agreement.
The Tenant's responsibility for maintenance.
The Tenant's maintenance obligations also include replacing smaller installations and fixtures as far as the relevant component can no longer be maintained. The Tenant is responsible for replacing installations, etc., that the Tenant has brought into the rental object. The Tenant is fully responsible for internal maintenance of the rented premises to which he has exclusive access. Among other things, the liability includes (i) all permanent installations in the rented premises to the extent these are not part of the building's general basic installations that the Lessor is responsible for, see Clause 7.2.2. (ii) surface treatment of floor walls and ceilings, (iii) special equipment, installations or fixtures – including lifting equipment, control panels, gas, air and welding installations, (iv) all other installations, etc., that the Tenant has brought into the rental object.
Costs relating to service and maintenance of the ventilation system is the Tenant's responsibility.
The Tenant is also responsible for the maintenance of gates, doors and any glass in the external wall.
The Tenant acknowledges and accepts that its liability under this agreement so far concerns gates, doors and any glass on the external wall exceeds the liability pursuant to the rules in the Tenancy Act.
The Tenant is responsible for keys distributed to the Tenant. Any new keys/cylinders must be paid by the Tenant. The same applies to any loss of keys where the cylinder is required.