Any agreement should be designed to best match both parties and the property itself. For example, an agreement for a commercial property that houses several companies will require specific consideration for companies located in the building. A residential property may have other considerations. 4. Director`s duties. During the life of the life, the administrator undertakes to make his economically reasonable efforts in the leasing, maintenance, operation and management of the property and, in this context, to fulfill the obligations set out in this section 4 at the owner`s expense, unless that agreement expressly provides for it and if there are currently available resources that are provided directly or indirectly by the owner to enable the administrator to fulfill these obligations. During the life of the life, the Manager is committed to providing his best efforts in the leasing, maintenance, operation and management of the property and, in this context, to comply with the obligations defined in this section 4, in accordance with the owner`s instructions. When you hire [Sender.Company], you work with a leader in real estate management in [Site] for the past [Time.Period]. Our customers receive the highest service standards from a team of professionals who ensure the smooth operation and maintenance of your property 24 hours a day. The administrator and any staff member or independent contractor hired by the manager assumes no liability under this contract, including in the event of a breach of persons or damage to property under the control of the trustee, except in cases of gross negligence or wilful misconduct by the administrator. D.
Maintenance and repairs. The administrator must keep the property in a safe, clean and visual condition, perform or perform all cleanings (or maintenance, repair, plumbing and/or modification and purchase of all necessary supplies (1) for the proper operation of the property; (2) for the performance of the owner`s obligations of all leases, including the owner`s obligations with respect to common areas (defined for the purposes of this agreement as all areas of the property used jointly by tenants, managers, landlords and the public) of the property and service delivery, and (3) to meet the requirements; provided that the Chief Operating Officer is not entitled to purchase supplies or perform work in accordance with this subsection whose costs exceed the limits of subsection 4A, without the prior consent of the owner, unless it is an emergency or to avoid the suspension of necessary services. Any property management agreement should also correspond to the two companies involved at the same time as the property. For example, a real estate management contract for a commercial property that houses several companies requires specific thinking for companies active in the building industry. Use this contract to define responsibility for the management of the property to avoid any misunderstandings.