|Swimming Pool Addendum|
What About the Swimming Pool?
Nervous about whether tenants will care for your pool properly in a responsible way while also limiting your liability? This pool addendum will define what the tenant is responsible for and offer you the landlord protection you need.
The LPA Swimming Pool Addendum will make your pool instructions a part of the lease that the tenant will be obligated to adhere to during the term of occupancy.
It includes the option to require the tenant to maintain a service contract with a professional pool service company for maintenance, cleaning and repairs including proper seasonal opening and closing.
The form has an ample amount of writing (or word processor typing) area for you to more specifically customize it to your pool's exact needs for the tenant.
The idea is to make the tenants as responsible and liable as possible in this addendum to your lease contract.
If you'd like a list of pool rules (like don't pee in the pool, no running , no diving, no dogs, cats, or sharp objects in the pool),
Below are some of the most commonly used pool rules. You are free to copy & paste these onto your pool document:
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