3 PREMISES: The premises are rented in accordance with the laws, laws and regulations of Georgia. The premises are defined more precisely for rental purposes than the main meeting room, the kitchen area, the storage room and the adjacent covered terrace. i. Carpets and floors: vacuum carpets and furniture, wiper kitchen and bathroom floors. 2 TERM: The tenant rents the Creekside Oaks Community Center (COCC) from COHA to ________ The tenant agrees not to directly or indirectly sublet the COCC during the term of the contract, nor to allow other people to rent the CCBC. The tenant agrees not to enter the COCC or to allow any person such as family members, staff or guests to enter the COCC, except for the duration of this agreement, unless COHA has been notified in advance and has agreed to coordinate. Iv. Bathroom: Wipe countertops and faucets, report any sanitary problems as soon as possible. v. Bridge: the bridge must be swept without a broom. 11. PETS: The tenant is not allowed to keep pets in or around the site. 12.
EXEMPTION: the tenant agrees to exempt COHA and its members of the board of directors from any claim, petition, petition, recourse or judgment, and to keep them free from a violation of this agreement or from material or bodily damage suffered by third parties. In the event that COHA successfully defends an action resulting from a breach of this agreement by the tenant or others or successfully defends an action for bodily injury or property damage brought by third parties, COHA is indemnified and indemnified by the tenant for attorneys` and legal fees. Each party binds its successors, the beneficiaries of the assignment, the heirs, the administrators and the executors of the will. 13. FORCE MAJEURE: Neither COHA nor the tenant are obliged to comply with any provision, condition or agreement of this rental agreement during this period if this service is delayed or prevented by a case of force majeure, a riot or a state restriction after exercising due diligence. 14. QUIET PLEASURE: COHA agrees that the tenant will peacefully maintain and appreciate the premises for the duration, if the rent is provided for therein and if he respects and will fulfill the obligations contained therein, subject to the provisions of the rental agreement. 15. MINOR: the tenant makes available to an adult accompanying person responsible for ten persons who do not have a baccalaureate or under 18 years of age, in and around the premises 16th REVIEW CLAUSE: if this agreement or other provisions of this agreement are deemed null and void by a competent court for any purpose whatsoever, the intent of this agreement or its provisions is nevertheless enforceable; to the extent that such protection is necessary. . . .