Form OP-110350 Attachment A "Housing Agreement (Employees Required to Reside in Employee Housing)" - Oklahoma

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This is a legal form that was released by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections - a government authority operating within Oklahoma. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on August 1, 2019;
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Attachment A
OP-110350
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HOUSING AGREEMENT
Employees Required to Reside in Employee Housing
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections, "Landlord," by and through its institutional agent agrees
to provide:
1. Housing, for ODOC Employees required to reside in employee housing and their families on
institutional grounds at no cost, including major appliances;
2. Utilities, including electricity, gas, water, sewage, garbage;
3. In locations where OneNet/Internet is provided, compliance is accordance with OP-021001
entitled “Oklahoma Department of Corrections Internet Standards”;
4. If required, base line monthly telephone charges and the cost of one telephone instrument
for private telephone services (wardens, deputy wardens only);
5. An institutional telephone;
6. Yard care and maintenance; and
7. Routine maintenance on household structures and appliances, including the repair or
replacement of damage caused by ordinary and reasonable wear and tear.
The Employee, "Tenant" agrees to:
1. Except as provided by law or as authorized by the prior written consent of the landlord,
tenants will not make any repairs or alterations to the premises, including but not limited to,
painting the walls, installing wallpaper, murals, paneling, tile or hanging posters or pictures
weighing in excess of 20 pounds;
2. Promptly use, operate and safeguard the premises and all furnishings, appliances, and
fixtures within the premises. Tenant further agrees to maintain the premises in a
clean/sanitary condition, and upon termination of the tenancy, to surrender the premises to
the landlord in the same condition as when the tenant(s) first took occupancy, except for
normal wear and tear;
3. Notify landlord in writing upon discovery of any damages, effects or dangerous conditions in
and about the premises and reimburse the landlord for the cost of any repairs or damages
caused by misuse and/or negligence on the part of tenants, guests or invitees;
4. Keep landlord advised of total number of persons occupying assigned institutional housing;
a. Number of persons occupying the dwelling: _______
Relationship to Tenant:
_________________ Gender: __________ Age: _______
Attachment A
OP-110350
Page 1 of 3
HOUSING AGREEMENT
Employees Required to Reside in Employee Housing
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections, "Landlord," by and through its institutional agent agrees
to provide:
1. Housing, for ODOC Employees required to reside in employee housing and their families on
institutional grounds at no cost, including major appliances;
2. Utilities, including electricity, gas, water, sewage, garbage;
3. In locations where OneNet/Internet is provided, compliance is accordance with OP-021001
entitled “Oklahoma Department of Corrections Internet Standards”;
4. If required, base line monthly telephone charges and the cost of one telephone instrument
for private telephone services (wardens, deputy wardens only);
5. An institutional telephone;
6. Yard care and maintenance; and
7. Routine maintenance on household structures and appliances, including the repair or
replacement of damage caused by ordinary and reasonable wear and tear.
The Employee, "Tenant" agrees to:
1. Except as provided by law or as authorized by the prior written consent of the landlord,
tenants will not make any repairs or alterations to the premises, including but not limited to,
painting the walls, installing wallpaper, murals, paneling, tile or hanging posters or pictures
weighing in excess of 20 pounds;
2. Promptly use, operate and safeguard the premises and all furnishings, appliances, and
fixtures within the premises. Tenant further agrees to maintain the premises in a
clean/sanitary condition, and upon termination of the tenancy, to surrender the premises to
the landlord in the same condition as when the tenant(s) first took occupancy, except for
normal wear and tear;
3. Notify landlord in writing upon discovery of any damages, effects or dangerous conditions in
and about the premises and reimburse the landlord for the cost of any repairs or damages
caused by misuse and/or negligence on the part of tenants, guests or invitees;
4. Keep landlord advised of total number of persons occupying assigned institutional housing;
a. Number of persons occupying the dwelling: _______
Relationship to Tenant:
_________________ Gender: __________ Age: _______
Attachment A
OP-110350
Page 2 of 3
5. Not allow any pets to be kept on the premises without first obtaining approval of the landlord
(a pet deposit in the amount of $500.00 is mandatory for each animal that will be kept inside
the dwelling). Vicious, poisonous and non-domesticated animals are strictly prohibited;
a. Number of pets kept at the dwelling: _________
b. List the type of pet(s) and identify if the pet(s) are kept inside or outside the dwelling on
the space below:
Type of Pets: ________________________________________________________
Inside or Outside Pets: _________________________________________________
6. Not allow any portion of the premises to be sublet or re-assigned without the prior written
consent of the landlord;
7. Not utilize the premises in such a way as to violate any law or ordinance, commit waste or
nuisance, or annoy, disturb, inconvenience or interfere with the quiet enjoyment of any other
or nearby resident;
8. Make the premises available to the landlord or landlord’s agent for the purposes of making
repairs, improvements or in the case of an emergency (Except in the case of an emergency,
landlord will give tenants reasonable notice of intent to enter. For these purposes, 24 hour
written notice will be deemed reasonable);
9. Not add, alter or re-key any locks to the premises without first obtaining the landlord’s prior
consent. (For the purpose of this section, the landlord or landlord’s designee will control
issuance and retrieval of all keys capable of unlocking all such locks capable of gaining entry
into premises);
10. Maintain renter insurance on all personal property in the home; and to provide proof of such
insurance to the landlord prior to taking possession of the property and at least annually
thereafter. (For the purpose of this section, the tenant agrees to assume full responsibility for
all personal property placed, stored or located on or about the premises. Tenant further
agrees to notify landlord of any changes in status or renter’s insurance within 30 days of
such change);
11. Expressly release the landlord from any and all liability for any damages or injury to tenants
or any other person, or to any property, occurring on the premises unless such damage is
the direct result of the negligence or unlawful act on the part of the landlord or landlord’s
agents; and
12. Vacate premises within 30 days of resignation, separation, notice or separation (to include
notice of intent to retire) or removal from position.
13. In accordance with OP-040106 entitled “Purchase, Use, and Control of Firearms and
Security Equipment”, a listing of the location of each firearms stored within state-owned
housing/property by brand name, model, serial number, and owner identification information
will be provided by the tenant and maintained by the facility head or designee. The list will be
updated whenever a change occurs and audited at least annually by designated staff.
Attachment A
OP-110350
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This document constitutes the entire contractual agreement between the tenants and
landlord. It cannot be modified except in writing and must be signed by all parties prior to
taking possession of property. Neither the landlord nor tenants have made any promises or
representations, other than those set forth in this agreement and those implied in Oklahoma
law. The failure of tenants, guests and/or invitees to comply with any term of this agreement
is grounds for termination of tenancy, with appropriate notice to tenants and procedures as
provided by law.
This agreement is entered into this _____________ day of _______________, 20____ and will
expire and require renewal 12 calendar months from the date of last issuance.
____________________________________________
______________________________
Tenant/Address
Date
____________________________________________
______________________________
Landlord
Date
(R 8/19)
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