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Stallings, Inc. d/b/a The Mobile Attic Rental Agreement Terms and Conditions

THIS RENTAL AGREEMENT, (“Agreement“), sets forth the terms and conditions upon which Stallings, Inc. d/b/a The Mobile Attic, a South Carolina limited liability company (“Company”) will provide services to the party(ies) whose name(s) is set forth in the signature block below or is otherwise referenced in the order confirmation (the “Confirmation”) issued by the Company to the party(ies) (“Customer”). Customer accepts this Agreement when Customer does any of the following: (a) provides a written or electronic signature; (b) attempts to or in any way uses the services of Company; (c) loads or stores goods in a Unit (defined below); or (d) pays for any services of Company. This Agreement shall apply to all present and future services provided by Company to Customer and all present and future orders made by Customer, including, but not limited to, the rental and leasing of a Unit. In consideration of the foregoing, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, and the mutual promises and assumption of obligations described in this Agreement, the parties hereto hereby agree as follows:

  1. RENTAL. Customer has or will retain Company’s services to rent one or more portable storage containers or units (individually or collectively referred to as a “Unit”). Customer has the option to store the Unit with Company or have the Unit remain at Customer’s designated location (“Customer’s Premises”). Should Customer elect to have Company store the Unit at Company’s premises, Customer agrees that Company shall have the right and authority to store the Unit at either a storage facility of Company, Company’s affiliate or Company’s franchise (“Facility”). Company shall attempt to store the Unit at a Facility closest to Customer’s address. By giving advance notice to Company, Customer shall have access to the Unit at Company’s Facility only during specified hours and days which are subject to change by the Company. Customer should call 877-423-2055 to confirm the access hours, schedule access or make special arrangements for access during non-business hours. Upon use of the Unit, Customer acknowledges having had an opportunity to examine the Unit and that such Unit is satisfactory for all purposes for which Customer shall use it. Customer hereby authorizes Company to enter upon the Customer’s Premises whenever Company deems it necessary to enforce any of Company’s rights pursuant to this Agreement or pursuant to any state or federal law. Customer warrants that Customer has as owner or otherwise: (a) all the necessary rights with respect to the Customer’s Premises for purposes of this Agreement; and (b) the right and authority to permit Company’s unrestricted entrance upon Customer’s Premises. Customer acknowledges and agrees that no bailment or deposit of goods for safekeeping is intended or created hereunder. Due to the nature of Company’s business and its purpose being self-service storage, Customer further understands that Company is not representing to Customer, in any manner whatsoever, that Company is a “warehouseman” as such term is defined by applicable state statutes. Further, the parties expressly understand and agree that it is the parties’ intention that any laws including, without limitation, warehouseman laws, or similar or related laws pertaining to the establishment or creation of a bailment relationship or any other relationship pertaining to the deposit of goods for safekeeping shall not apply to this Agreement. Customer acknowledges and agrees the measurements noted for Spaces are approximations, that Space size does not refer to usable space, and Space size may vary.  
  2. TERM AND RENT. Company has issued or will issue a Confirmation of Customer’s order that sets forth the agreed upon pricing of Company’s delivery and storage services including other specifics of such order. Company will issue a change order confirmation for changes requested by Customer that are accepted by Company. The rental term for each Unit commences upon delivery and continues thereafter on a monthly basis until terminated as provided herein or when the unit is picked up empty. Customer must pay the Company, in advance, monthly rent (the “Rent”), plus any applicable taxes, in the amount set forth on the Confirmation or invoice, without deduction, prior notice, or demand. Rent for the first month and initial charges and fees shall be due prior to delivery of the Unit and Rent in subsequent months will be due on the monthly anniversary of the delivery or the last day of the month if the corresponding date does not exist in the subsequent month. Time is of the essence with regard to all payment obligations due under this Agreement. Customer will not be entitled to a refund of any prepaid rent under any circumstances. Company may change the monthly rent and other charges by giving Customer 30 days advance written notice. The new rate will become effective on the first day of the next month when charges are due. In the event that Customer’s account has an outstanding balance, Customer understands and agrees that Company does not waive its lien rights on the property stored in the Unit if Company accepts partial payments to reduce the outstanding balance on Customer’s account. Customer understands and agrees that full payment of the outstanding balance must be tendered prior to the sale date to stop a scheduled lien sale.
  3. FEES, LATE CHARGES, RENTAL ACCESSORIES, ETC (a) In the event Customer fails to pay Rent by the 10th day and the 25th day after becoming due or the earliest date permitted by applicable law, Customer shall pay, in addition to any other amounts due, a late charge equal to the lesser of $25.00 on each such occasion or the maximum amount allowed by applicable law for each delinquent payment each and every month that such payment(s) remain(s) delinquent plus Customer will be responsible for all of Company’s costs of collection, including, but not limited to, court costs, filing fees and attorneys’ fees (b) If the Customer is delinquent in the payment of rent or other charges under this Agreement for more than thirty days (30), Customer shall pay, whether or not a lien sale occurs, all costs and expenses incurred by Company associated with processing the delinquent account, including advertising and mailing fees, plus a lien handling charge of up to $75.00 (c) In the event Customer is delinquent in the payment of Rent or other charges due under this Agreement, including without limitation, financing charges, late charges, fees, handling charges and costs associated with the processing of Customer’s delinquent account (collectively, “Charges”), Customer authorizes Company to charge Customer’s credit card account or bank account, without the signature of Customer, for such Charges owed by Customer to Company, even if Customer has selected another method of payment as the preferred method. Company shall have no liability to Customer for charges applied to Customer’s credit card account so long as such Charges are applied by Company in good faith. Customer is required to keep a current and working credit card on file with the Company at all times (d) “Set up” fees may be incurred for delivery, redelivery, moves, extended delivery, or removal (including failed attempts if the unit isn’t ready or accessible) in addition to any fee assessed against Company for any military DITY weight, as applicable (e) Customer will reimburse Company for any additional costs that Company may incur due to placing the Unit at a Customer’s location including but not limited to gated community charges, towing fees if the Company’s truck gets stuck at the Customer’s Premises, cost to repair or replace hit power lines due to the Customer’s placement request, and waiting fees of $25/hour when applicable (f) A $25 fee is charged for all returned checks and if a bad check is given then the Customer must make all subsequent payments via money order or credit card (g) Customer will be responsible for all of Company’s costs of collection, including, but not limited to, court costs, filing fees and attorneys’ fees (h) If Occupant chooses to rent “accessories” such as hand trucks, blankets, locks, straps, dehumidifiers, or other miscellaneous accessories, it is the Customer’s sole responsibility to make sure those items are returned to Company in GOOD WORKING ORDER at the end of the term. If items are not returned or not returned “in good working order” as defined by the Company, then Occupant will be responsible for replacing those items. The minimum replacement cost per item will be $150.00 for a hand truck, $15.00 per blanket, $10.00 per individual strap, and $250 per dehumidifier. Other replacement costs will be determined on a case by case basis. Moved out Rentals with past due balances are subject to a 10% monthly finance fee.  
  4. LIMITS ON USE. Customer understands and agrees that Company need not be concerned with the kind, quantity or value of personal property or other goods stored by Customer in the Unit pursuant to this Agreement. Customer specifically acknowledges and agrees: (a) that the Unit may be used for storage only, and that the use of the Unit for the conduct of business or for HUMAN OR ANIMAL HABITATION IS SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITED; (b) that Customer assumes full responsibility and liability for packing Customer’s property in the Unit and for securing Customer’s property for over the road transportation) and (c) the weight of Customer’s property packed into the Unit shall be evenly distributed throughout the Unit. Customer shall store only personal property throughout the tenancy that Customer owns or has the legal right and authority to store in the Unit. Customer shall not store any food or perishable, hazardous, illegal, stolen, environmentally harmful, explosive or flammable property. Customer shall not use the Unit in any manner that will constitute waste, nuisance or unreasonable annoyance to other customers at the Facility nor should they perform any work in the Unit. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Unit and the Facility are not suitable for the storage of objects which have sentimental value to the Customer or others, including, but not limited to, heirlooms or precious, invaluable or irreplaceable property such as collectibles, books, manuscripts, records, writings, personal records, passports, tickets, stamps, works of art, photographs, and other items for which no immediate resale market exists. Customer agrees that the value of any of the foregoing items that Customer chooses to store in the Unit in violation of this provision shall be limited to the salvage value of the item’s raw materials. Further, Customer acknowledges and agrees not to store the following items in the Unit: money, banknotes, scrip, securities, accounts, deeds, evidences of debt, letters of credit, bullion, precious metals, jewelry, watches, furs, precious/semiprecious stones, firearms, vehicles, motorcycles, engines, aircraft, hovercraft, motor vehicles, computer software or programs, media or computer data contained on hard disks or drives, and property not owned by the Customer or for which Customer is not legally liable. Unless Customer satisfies Customer’s insurance requirements set forth below, Customer agrees not to store property in the Unit that has an aggregate value of over $5,000. Customer further agrees not to store property in the Unit that may cause consequential damages or emotional distress to Customer or others if it were missing, stolen, sold or damaged.
  5. CUSTOMER’S RISK AND LIABILITY / INSURANCE OBLIGATION. Subject to Section 6, whether the Unit is located at the Customer’s Premises, at the facility or in transit, Customer personally assumes all risk of loss or damage to or theft of Customer’s property stored in the Unit however caused, including, without limitation, burglary, mysterious disappearance, fire, water, rain, wind, hail, smoke, collapse of building, rodents, insects, bugs, vermin, earthquakes, acts of God, vandalism, leaking of any Unit, condensation, humidity, mold, mildew, or the active or passive acts or omissions or negligence of Company or Company’s agents. Customer specifically acknowledges that Company shall not be liable for any damage to or loss of Customer’s property or injury to persons or death for any reason unless specifically assumed through the CP Addendum (defined below). It is Customer’s responsibility to adequately insure the property stored by Customer. Customer agrees to insure the actual full value of the stored property against loss and damage. ALL PROPERTY IS STORED BY CUSTOMER AT CUSTOMER’S SOLE RISK AND IS NOT INSURED BY THE OPERATOR AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE. 
  6. CONTENTS PROTECTION. Notwithstanding Section 5, in lieu of obtaining insurance, Customer may choose to have Company contractually (a) assume responsibility for specified loss (subject to applicable exclusions) resulting from certain named perils (such as fire, wind, hail, smoke, collapse of building, burglary, etc.) (“Named Perils”), and (b) obtain content protection for the Customer’s contents from such loss through Company’s recommended provider  (the “Contents Protection”). The terms and conditions of Contents Protection are set forth in the Contents Protection Addendum, which can be found at www.mobileattic.net/portable-container-sizes/terms-and-conditions (the “CP Addendum”). Such terms and conditions establish and clarify the contractual liabilities of each party if Customer orders Contents Protection from Company and makes all additional payments thereunder and Company’s obligation to assume the risk of loss under the Contents Protection resulting from Named Perils shall not exceed the limit of coverage secured by the customer under the CP Addendum. Customer may choose to obtain supplemental insurance from their own homeowner’s or renter’s carrier or Customer may elect to be “self insured.” Although Company and Company’s Agents may share information about the Contents Protection Addendum purchased by the Company, Customer understands that Company and Company’s Agents are not an insurance company or insurance agents. Company has not explained any insurance coverage or assisted Customer in making any decision to purchase any particular insurance policy. Company is not making any representations about the coverage provided by such insurance policy.  Company’s agreement to assume responsibility for and obtain Contents Protection for Customer’s contents from loss is not an insurance transaction.
  7. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Subject to Section 6, Company and Company’s Agents shall not be responsible to Customer or to any other person for any damage or loss however caused, including, without limitation, Company and Company’s Agents active or passive acts, omissions, negligence or conversion, unless the loss or damage is directly caused by Company’s fraud, willful injury or willful violation of law. In addition, Customer hereby releases Company and Company’s Agents from any responsibility for any loss, liability, claim, expense, damage to property or injury to persons that could have been insured against. Customer expressly agrees that the carrier of any insurance obtained by Customer shall not be subrogated to any claim of Customer against Company or Company’s Agents. CUSTOMER WAIVES ANY CLAIM FOR EMOTIONAL OR FOR SENTIMENTAL ATTACHMENT TO CUSTOMER’S PROPERTY. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, CUSTOMER WAIVES ALL CLAIMS FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE AND INCIDENTAL DAMAGES THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMER. OTHER THAN THE LIABILITY SPECIFICALLY ASSUMED THROUGH THE CP ADDENDUM, COMPANY’S AND COMPANY’S AGENTS TOTAL, CUMULATIVE LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE AGREEMENT FOR ANY REASON, INCLUDING FROM DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF CUSTOMER’S PROPERTY, SHALL NOT EXCEED $5,000. THE EXISTENCE OF MORE THAN ONE CLAIM SHALL NOT ENLARGE THIS LIMIT. Humidity-controlled spaces do not provide constant internal humidity control. Company does not warrant or guarantee humidity ranges in the Space due to changes in outside humidity and Customer understands and assumes the risk of humidity-controlled spaces not meeting certain humidity requirements. There shall be no liablity to the Company in the event the video system at the Facility malfunctions. Video recordings are not monitored.
  8. INDEMNITY. Customer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Company, its affiliates and agents, and each of their respective directors, officers, members, employees, agents and representatives (collectively, “Company’s Agents”) from and against any and all losses, liabilities, costs, expenses, attorneys’ fees, fines, damages, claims, demands, causes of action and lawsuits of any kind whatsoever in any way arising from, or as a result of, or in connection with, Customer’s use of the Unit or Facility, including, without limitation, as a result of any of Customer’s breach of Customer’s obligations pursuant to this Agreement.
  9. LOCK; ALTERATIONS; DAMAGE; LOSS; CONDITION. Customer shall provide, at Customer’s own expense, a lock for the Unit which Customer, in Customer’s sole discretion, deems sufficient to secure the Unit. Customer shall not provide Company or Company’s Agents with a key and/or combination to Customer’s lock. The Unit must be properly locked by Customer prior to Company moving the Unit. The Space must be locked at all times in Customer’s absence.  Furthermore, Customer is restricted to putting only (1) lock on each unit door. In the event the Unit remains unlocked, the Company shall have the right to secure the Unit with a lock of its own for a fee of $25.  Failure by Customer to have a lock on the Unit shall constitute abandonment. Customer shall not make or allow any alterations of any kind or description whatsoever to the Unit without, in each instance, the prior written consent of the Company.  If the Unit is not in the same condition as when it was dropped off (damage-free and clean), then the Customer shall pay the Company on demand a minimum of $75.00 to clean up or repair the unit. If Company’s cost to repair or clean the Space exceeds $75.00, Customer shall be responsible to Company for such cost. If the Unit is on the Customer’s property and the Unit is lost or stolen, the Customer is responsible for full market value of a new Unit as well as any additional cost associated with replacing the Unit. “Full Market Value” and associated cost shall be determined by the Company. If the unit isn’t swept out, a $25 fee will be charged.
  10. LIEN. UPON DEFAULT BY THE OCCUPANT THE COMPANY HAS A LIEN ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY STORED IN CUSTOMER’S SPACE FOR RENT, LABOR, OR OTHER CHARGES IN RELATION TO THE PERSONAL PROPERTY AND FOR ITS PRESERVATION OR EXPENSES REASONABLY INCURRED IN ITS SALE OR OTHER DISPOSITIONS PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT. PERSONAL PROPERTY STORED IN CUSTOMER’S SPACE WILL BE SOLD OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF IF NO PAYMENT HAS BEEN RECEIVED FOR A CONTINUOUS FIFTY DAY PERIOD AFTER DEFAULT. IF ANY RENT IS SEVEN CALENDAR DAYS PAST DUE, OR IF ANY CHECK GIVEN IN PAYMENT IS DISHONORED, THE CUSTOMER IS IN DEFAULT FROM DATE PAYMENT WAS DUE. IN ADDITION TO ANY LIENS AND REMEDIES PROVIDED BY APPLICABLE STATE LAW TO SECURE AND COLLECT RENT, CUSTOMER HEREBY GRANTS TO COMPANY A CONTRACTUAL LIEN UPON ALL PROPERTY, NOW OR AT ANY TIME HEREAFTER STORED IN THE UNIT OR AT THE FACILITY, TO SECURE THE PAYMENT OF ALL RENTS OR OTHER CHARGES PAYABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT. IN THE EVENT CUSTOMER IS IN DEFAULT OF THIS AGREEMENT, COMPANY MAY DENY ACCESS TO THE UNIT AND BEGIN THE ENFORCEMENT OF ITS LIEN AGAINST ALL PROPERTY OF CUSTOMER STORED IN THE UNIT OR AT THE FACILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE CUSTOMER’S PROPERTY IS LOCATED WHEN COMPANY COMMENCES THE ENFORCEMENT OF ITS LIEN. PROPERTY MAY BE SOLD OR OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF AT THE FACILITY OR NEAREST SUITABLE LOCATION TO SATISFY THE APPLICABLE LIEN LAW. PROCEEDS, IF ANY, FROM THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY IN EXCESS OF AMOUNTS OWED TO COMPANY, WILL BE PAID (IF ANY) TO THE STATE TREASURER IF UNCLAIMED BY THE CUSTOMER AS PRESCRIBED BY APPLICABLE LAW. AS COMPANY HAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE CONTENTS STORED IN THE UNIT, CUSTOMER HEREBY WAIVES ANY OBLIGATION THAT COMPANY PROVIDE A DESCRIPTION OF THE PERSONAL PROPERTY IN CUSTOMER’S UNIT TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE STATE LIEN LAWS.
  11. PERSONAL INJURY; DISCLAIMER. Company and Company’s Agents including the owner of the Facility shall not be liable whatsoever to the Customer or Customer’s invitees, family, employees or agents for any personal injury arising from Customer’s use of the Unit or the Facility from any cause whatsoever including, but not limited to, the active or passive acts or omission or negligence of the Company, Company’s Agents or the owner of the Facility. Customer shall hold harmless and indemnify, defend, and reimburse Company and Company’s agents from and against all losses, damages, death, claims, injuries, costs, and attorney’s fees arising directly or indirectly from (i) the use, placement, removal or condition of the Unit, (ii) the loss of, damage of or destruction of the Unit and/or contents (iii) any fine, liens, tax, penalty, towing, impound, or other charges arising from the use of the Unit or (iv) your breach of this Agreement.
  12. NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES. Company hereby disclaims any implied or express warranties, guarantees, representations of the nature, condition, safety or security of the Unit and the Facility, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use or purpose. Customer hereby acknowledges and agrees that Company does not represent or guarantee the safety or security of the Unit or the Facility or of any property stored therein and this Agreement does not create any contractual duty for Company to create or maintain such safety or security. Customer further acknowledges and understands that Company makes no assurances or guarantees regarding the time of pick-up or delivery of any Unit. Company does not make any representations or warranties that any Fuel Subsidy Charge (if applicable) or any other similar charge charged to Customer equals its excess fuel costs or that it will not profit from such charge.
  13. ACCESS CODE (PIN).. At time of order Customer will be asked to provide a five (5) digit number which will be used as Customer’s “PIN” and gate access code. Company will require the PIN before providing access to the Unit and/or before scheduling a move or delivery of the Unit. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Company has the right to provide access to the Customer’s account (which may permit changing information, including the PIN) and the Unit to anyone providing Company with the PIN, and that Company has the right to refuse access to the Unit by anyone, including Customer, who does not have the PIN. Customer should only disclose the PIN to those persons who Customer wants to have unrestricted access to the account and the Unit.
  14. WEIGHT LIMITS; LOADING; MOVING. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the maximum weight of Customer’s property shall not exceed 4,000 pounds contained in the Company’s nineteen-twenty-foot(19’-20’) Unit,  4,500 pounds contained in the Company’s sixteen-foot (16’) Unit, 5,000 pounds contained in the Company’s twelve-foot (12’) Unit, and 5,500 pounds contained in the eight-foot (8′) Unit. The foregoing weight limits do not apply to a Customer that does not require the transport of Customer’s Unit at any time by Company with Customer’s contents stored inside. The foregoing weight limits may be updated by Company from time to time. If the Company deems the weight exceed the limits above then Customer will be required to either remove excess weight or pay for rental of additional Unit and all associated fees. Customer further acknowledges that the Customer assumes full responsibility and liability for packing Customer’s property in the Unit and for securing Customers property properly for over the road transportation.  Customer also acknowledges that the Company shall not be liable for any damages to the Customers property for any reason, including but not limited to damage to property that occurs during over-the-road transportation if the Company moves the Unit for failure of payment by Customer. Customer will be responsible for all of the Company’s costs for weight station fees, damages to Unit, and damages to the Company’s truck if the unit is deemed overweight by the Company. Customer understands that Customer is required to provide a minimum of seven (7) business days’ notice to have Unit delivered, moved, or picked up. Customer understands that these requests will be handled on a first available basis and Company makes no guarantee of service. If Customer requests setup within 5 business days (120 hours), Customer will be subject to a $25.00 Short Notice Premium Service Fee. If Customer requests setup within 3 business days (72 hours), Customer will be subject to a $50.00 Short Notice Premium Service Fee. If Customer requires service within 1 business day (24 hours) then Customer will be subject to a $100.00 Emergency Premium Service Fee. Time Sensitive AM or PM requests will be subject to a $50 Premium Service Fee. FULFILLMENT OF ANY SHORT NOTICE, EMERGENCY OR TIME SENSITIVE PREMIUM SERVICES WILL BE STRICTLY CONTINGENT UPON AVAILABILITY. If Customer requests the Unit to be repositioned after placement on Customer’s property, Customer will be subject to applicable fees associated with completing said request. A request to cancel service must occur no later than 4:00 pm one business day prior to scheduled service. Any requests to cancel service after 4:00 pm one day prior to scheduled service will be subject to a cancellation fee totaling the cost of one set-up fee. 
  15. PLACEMENT OF UNIT. Customer acknowledges that Company will attempt to place the Unit on a driveway or other paved surface immediately accessible from a street fronting Customer’s Premises and represents such placement area shall have adequate size, clearance (at least 15’ in height), and structural integrity to sustain the weight and size of the Unit, delivery truck, and any other related equipment. Customer authorizes Company to: (a) drive on Customer’s lawn, non-paved area or any other area in order to place or retrieve the Unit pursuant to Customer’s instructions or due to a designated area lacking adequate size and/or clearance, or (b) drive on a paved surface. In either case above, Customer assumes full risk for all damage resulting from the delivery, placement and retrieval of the Unit and Customer releases Company from any responsibility for such damage including but not limited to the driveway (including asphalt and concrete) sewer / septic system, sprinkler system, trees, grass, bushes, and limbs. Any deliveries or retrievals of the Unit requiring Company to access the Unit by way of non-paved areas shall permit Company, at its option, to assess Customer a service charge, which Customer agrees to pay. Customer agrees that Unit placement on Customer’s property is at the discretion of the Company’s agents even if Customer has provided Company’s agents with placement instructions. Customer understands the direction that the door of the storage Unit is facing upon initial drop off will be the direction that said Unit will be facing upon a move or redelivery to next location. If Customer requests that Unit be turned around, Customer will be subject to a $35.00 “Turnaround Fee” and request will be contingent upon availability of service. Customer will not relocate the Unit. In the event it is determined that the Unit has been relocated, Customer agrees to pay an additional fee of not less than $75.00 and up to current retail value of the Unit plus any cost or shipping associated with the retrieval of the Unit. There shall be no rent or delivery fee refunds for Company’s inability to deliver or retrieve the Unit through no fault of Company.
  16. RIGHT TO ENTER, INSPECT AND REPAIR UNIT. Customer grants Company, Company’s Agents or the representatives of any governmental authority, including police and fire officials, access to the Unit and the premises where such Unit may be located, if necessary, as required by applicable laws and regulations or in connection with Company exercising its rights as set forth in this section. In the event Customer shall not grant access to the Unit as required, or in the event of an emergency or upon default of any of Customer’s obligations under this Agreement, Company, Company’s Agents or the representatives of any governmental authority shall have the right, but not the obligation, to remove Customer’s locks and enter the Unit for the purpose of examining the Unit or the contents thereof or for the purpose of making repairs or alterations to the Unit and taking such other action as may be necessary or appropriate to preserve the Unit, or to comply with applicable law including any applicable local, state or federal law or regulation governing hazardous materials or to enforce any of Company’s rights. Company shall be entitled to enter the Unit for the purpose of taking inventory of the property stored in the Unit as provided for in S.C CODE ANN. 39-20-45, and by applicable state laws. A cut lock fee of $25 will be added when Company needs to cut the lock to enter. Company will place a different lock on the rented premises over which the Company and his agents have control.  
  17. TERMINATION. Company may terminate this Agreement for any or no reason effective immediately upon written notice to Customer. Customer must give Company seven (7) days notice to terminate this Agreement and such termination shall be effective as of the last day of the rental month following the seven (7) day notice period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Customer shall only be entitled to terminate this Agreement provided there are no outstanding amounts owing to Company and Customer is not in default under this Agreement. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in this Agreement, no monthly rent shall be prorated or refunded if the termination occurs prior to the end of a full rental month.
  18. DEFAULT. Customer is considered in default when rent or other charges are seven (7) days past due from when payment was due. The following events shall be deemed to be events of default by Customer under this Agreement: (a) Customer fails to pay any installment of the rent due under this Agreement; (b) Customer fails to comply with any term, provision or covenant of this Agreement, other than the payment of rent, and does not cure such failure within ten (10) days after written notice thereof to Customer; or (c) Customer abandons the Unit. Furthermore, Customer agrees and understands that partial payments made to cure a default for non-payment of rent will not delay or stop the foreclosure and sale of Customer’s property.  Partial payments do not waive or avoid the legal effect of prior notices given to Customer.  Only full payment on the Customer’s account prior to the auction date will stop the sale of the property. Customers account must be in good standing to receive or continue any promotions or discounts.  If Customer is renting more than one Unit at any given time, default on one rented Unit shall constitute default on all rented Units, entitling Company to deny Customer access to all rented Units.
  19. REMEDIES UPON EVENT OF DEFAULT. If an event of default shall occur and so long as such default shall be continuing, Company may at any time thereafter at its election: (i) deny Customer access to Customer’s property stored in the Unit, (ii) immediately terminate this Agreement by giving notice to Customer (iii) enter upon Customer’s Premises and take possession of the Unit and Customer’s property stored in the Unit without notice to the Customer at fifteen (15) or more days past due and return the Unit to the Company’s physical location, (iv) expel or remove Customer from the Unit, without being liable for prosecution or any claim of damages, (v) CHARGE CUSTOMER ALL EXPENSES AND FEES (INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEYS’ FEES) INCURRED BY COMPANY THAT ARE CONNECTED WITH THE COLLECTION OF ANY AND ALL OUTSTANDING BALANCES OWED BY CUSTOMER, and/or (vi) pursue any other remedies provided for under this Agreement or at law or in equity. In the event that Company repossesses the Unit, Customer hereby waives claims for trespass and/or conversion and agrees that Customer shall not hold Company liable for any damage or loss to Customer’s property or Customer’s Premises arising from said repossession and further waives any right of action against Company for any such loss or damage. . Company’s remedies, including its lien rights, are cumulative and any or all thereof may be exercised instead of or in addition to each other or any other remedies available to Company at law or in equity.  Customer must keep the Unit freely accessible at all times for repossession
  20. CONDITION OF UNIT UPON TERMINATION; DAMAGE WAIVER. Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason, Customer shall remove all personal property from the Unit, unless such property is subject to Company’s lien rights pursuant to this Agreement, and shall immediately deliver possession of the Unit to Company in the same condition as delivered to Customer, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Customer agrees that any personal property left in the Unit shall be deemed abandoned by Customer, and with respect thereto, Customer authorizes Company to remove such property from the Unit and either dispose of it in any manner in Company’s sole discretion and without liability to Customer or retain such property as collateral for payment of the removal charges and/or any other amounts due Company. Nothing herein shall be construed as imposing a duty upon Company to store or safeguard the Customer’s property. Customer shall be responsible for any reasonable charges associated with cleaning-up of the Unit and disposal of such property by Company. While the Unit is not in Company’s possession, Customer accepts all responsibility for theft of or damage to the Unit regardless of Customer’s fault or negligence, the fault or negligence of any other person or acts of God (e.g., fire, rain, wind, etc.), and shall reimburse Company for all expenses reasonably incurred by Company to replace or restore the Unit that shall be paid by the Customer as additional rent. Company offers optional Unit damage waiver (“Container Protection” or “CP”) that Customer may purchase from Company. If Customer purchases CP, Company agrees to contractually waive Customer’s responsibility for up to $1000 worth of damage caused to the Unit, except that CP shall be invalidated if (a) the Unit is (i) deliberately damaged by Customer, (ii) damaged due to Customer’s gross negligence, or (iii) damaged as a direct result of an act of Customer prohibited by the terms of this Agreement or due to the storage of an item(s) prohibited by the terms of this Agreement, (b) Customer fails to make payments for CP, or (c) Customer fails or refuses to provide Company, the police or other authorities with a full report of any accident or vandalism involving the Unit or otherwise fails to cooperate with Company, the police or other authorities in the investigation of any accident or vandalism. The Container Protection applies only to the Unit and is not protection for the contents stored in the Unit. Some exclusions apply. 
  21. RELEASE OF INFORMATION. Customer hereby authorizes Company to release any information regarding Customer and Customer’s tenancy as may be permitted by Company’s privacy policy which are found at https://www.mobileattic.net/privacy-policy/ or as may be required by law or requested by governmental authorities or agencies, law enforcement agencies or courts including, but not limited to, officials from local and state code enforcement agencies.
  22. NOTICES. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, any written notices or demands required or permitted to be given under the terms of this Agreement may be personally served or may be served by first class mail, deposited in the United States mail with postage thereon fully prepaid and addressed to the party to be served at the address of such party provided for in this Agreement or served by certified e-mail. Service of any such notice or demand shall be deemed complete on the date delivered, if personally delivered, or if mailed, shall be deemed delivered after deposit in the United States mail, with postage thereon fully prepaid and sent to the last known address of the intended recipient as provided for in this Agreement. In addition, Company may communicate with Customer and provide Customer with any written notices required including that of default by applicable law or authorized under this Agreement via electronic mail if Customer has provided the Company with an electronic address. CUSTOMER HAS THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE TO RECEIVE ANY NOTICE BY MAIL OR ELECTRONIC MAIL. CHANGES TO YOUR PREFERRED METHOD OF RECEIVING NOTICE MUST BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING AND SENT BY FIRST CLASS MAIL. If Customer elects to receive monthly invoicing or receipts via US Mail, a monthly service charge of $5.00 per month per item shall be added to Customer’s account. There is no additional charge for receiving monthly invoices and receipts via email.
  23. NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS. In the event Customer shall change Customer’s place of residence or alternate address, Customer shall give Company written notice of any such change within ten (10) days of the change, specifying Customer’s current residence, alternate address, and telephone numbers. Failure to provide forwarding information in writing releases Company of any damages that might occur in the event that the Unit must be removed or in exercising Company’s remedies upon an event of default. Company assumes no responsibility and will make no attempts to locate Customer if such information has not been provided.
  24. GOVERNING LAW; JURISDICTION; WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL. This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of South Carolina. Whenever possible, each provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted in such manner as to be effective and valid under South Carolina law, but, if any provision of this Agreement shall be invalid or prohibited under South Carolina law, such provision shall be ineffective only to the extent of such prohibition or invalidity without invalidating the remainder of such provision or the remaining provisions of this Agreement. Customer agrees to waive their rights to a jury trial for any and all claims made against or through Company. Customer further agrees that Company will be notified of all claims no later than the earlier of sixty (60) days from the initial discovery of the claim or default or sixty (60) days following the expiration or termination of this Agreement and failure to do so will result in the forfeiture of said claim. Any claims by Customer arising under this Agreement must be brought in a court of competent jurisdiction located in geographic area in which Company has its original place of business at the time of commencement of litigation proceedings. Customer waives any objection to the jurisdiction and venue of such courts. This exclusive choice of jurisdiction does not preclude Customer or Company from bringing an action to enforce any judgment or judicial order in any other jurisdiction. The prevailing party in any dispute will be entitled to recover from the losing party its costs (including costs of collection, reasonable attorneys’ fees, and investigative fees).
  25. ASSIGNMENT; SUCCESSION; THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES. Customer shall not assign or sublease the Unit or any portion thereof without in each instance the prior written consent of Company. Company may assign or transfer this Agreement without the consent of Customer and, after such assignment or transfer, Company shall be released from all obligations under this Agreement occurring after such assignment or transfer. All of the provisions of this Agreement shall apply to, bind, and be obligatory upon the heirs, executors, administrators, representatives, successors and assigns of the parties hereto. This Agreement is for the sole benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and permitted assigns and nothing herein, express or implied, is intended to or shall confer on any other person or entity any legal or equitable right, benefit, or remedy of any nature whatsoever under or by reason of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any Company Agent is a third-party beneficiary of this Agreement and has the right to enforce the provisions of this Agreement directly against the Customer.
  26. RULES AND REGULATIONS. The rules and regulations (the “Regulations”) of Company’s Facilities posted in a conspicuous place at the Facility are made a part of this Agreement and Customer shall comply at all times with such Regulations while at the Facility. Company shall have the right from time to time to promulgate amendments and additional rules and regulations for the safety, care, and cleanliness of the Unit, Facility and all common areas of the Facility, or for the preservation of good order and, upon the posting of any such amendments or additions in a conspicuous place at the Facility, they shall become a part of this Agreement.
  27. LOCAL ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS. Customer acknowledges that Customer’s use and placement of the Unit may be subject to county, city and local ordinances, rules and/or regulations including deed and homeowner restrictions and complex rules. Customer assumes full responsibility for identifying and complying with local ordinances and for any fines and/or penalties, monetary or otherwise, resulting from Customer’s use or placement of the Unit in violation of such ordinances, rules and/or regulations. If an authority requires Company to remove the Unit from Customer’s premises, Company will attempt to notify Customer of such requirement; provided, however, Customer gives Company full authority to comply with such requirements and absolves Company of any liability for any resulting damage to Customer’s premises or property. Additionally, if Customer is renting or leasing the premises where the Unit is located, other than property owned by Company, and the landlord of the premises requests that the Unit be removed or relocated, Customer gives Company full authority to comply with the landlord’s request, and absolves Company of any liability for any resulting damage to Customer’s property or the premises and shall indemnify and hold harmless Company from any claims by the landlord for damage to the premises. Customer further understands that should the Unit be removed by any person other than Company, Customer assumes all costs, including, but not limited to, legal fees, and any removal or storage fees that are incurred with the Unit’s retrieval and further agrees to pay Company for any damages that are associated with such removal and storage of the Unit.
  28. FORCE MAJEURE. Company shall not be held liable for any delay, interruption, or failure to perform any of its obligations under this agreement, and shall be excused from any further performance, due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control, which circumstances shall include, but not be limited to, any act of God, any act of any governmental authority, insurrection, riots, national emergencies, war, acts of public enemies, terrorism, inability to secure adequate labor or material, strikes, lock-outs or other labor difficulties, failure or delay of transportation, fires, floods, storms, explosions, severe weather conditions, earthquakes, or other catastrophes or serious accidents, epidemics or embargoes.

29. MISCELLANEOUS. Customer understands and agrees that telephonic communications with Company or its Agents may be recorded. By providing your cellular number, Customer agrees to permit Company or its agents to contact Customer using an automatic telephone dialing system and/or a prerecorded voice regarding matters relevant to Customer’s account, including, without limitation, estimated time of arrivals and pickups of containers, status of Customer’s contract, accounts payable, and any other operational or account matters. Customer agrees to assume any and all messaging and telephone costs associated with the Customer’s cellular phone plan. Customer acknowledges that this Agreement serves as consent to be contacted on any and all phone numbers, email and mailing addresses provided to Company by Customer before or after this notice. Company may make changes to the terms and conditions of this Agreement from time to time by either making the updated agreement available by mailing the updated agreement to Customer’s last known address or by emailing the updated Agreement to the Customer. Company may make such changes, at Company’s option, without providing any special notice or upon 30 days prior written notice to Customer. This Agreement, including all other documents specifically referenced in this Agreement, sets forth the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements or understandings with respect thereto. There are no representations, warranties, or agreements by or between the parties, which are not fully set forth herein, and no representative of Company or Company’s Agents is authorized to make any representations, warranties, or agreements other than as expressly set forth herein.

IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE LIEN LAWS, CUSTOMER MUST SEND COMPANY IN WRITING THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF ANOTHER PERSON TO WHOM NOTICES OF LIEN MAY BE SENT.  IF CUSTOMER ACCEPTED THIS AGREEMENT ONLINE, ANY ALTERNATE CONTACT INFORMATION PROVIDED ONLINE IS INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE. IF NO ALTERNATE CONTACT INFORMATION IS PROVIDED AND NONE IS PROVIDED ABOVE, PLEASE CONTACT COMPANY TO PROVIDE SUCH INFORMATION.

The parties here have executed this Agreement with the Company when the Customer signs the Click To Agree portion of the online Rental Agreement form, and by signing this, the Customer agrees to be bound by all the provisions in this Agreement.