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Storage Unit Lease Agreement

This Storage Unit Lease Agreement (hereinafter “Lease”) is made effective as of the day and year as indicated by the most recent of the parties’ signatures (hereinafter “Lease Date”), at Laramie, Albany County, Wyoming, between Truckster, LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company, DBA Laramie Storage (hereinafter referred to as “Landlord”), and tenant(s) noted in the Lease Summary below (hereinafter referred to, and collectively if more than one, as “Tenant”).  For and in consideration of the terms and conditions contained herein, the receipt and sufficiency of which are herein admitted, the parties agree as follows:

Lease Summary

    Landlord Information

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    Primary Tenant Information

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    Lease Information

    Late Fees/Penalties include $10.00 per day for every day that rent is overdue. $30.00 for each returned check.


    1. Term and Rent. This Lease shall begin on the Lease Date, and continue thereafter on a month to month basis. The rental amount for any partial calendar month shall be prorated on a daily basis using a thirty (30) day month. Rent is due in advance on or before the first day of each calendar month by mail at Landlord’s Mailing Address or in person at Landlord’s Street Address. Landlord reserves the right to from time to time to change the rental rate charged. Tenant must give Landlord at least ten (10) days advanced written notice of termination of this Lease. Tenant is responsible for all rent and other charges as long as Tenant’s property is in the Unit and Tenant possesses keys to the lock.

    2. Late Fees/Returned Payment. Tenant agrees to pay Landlord rent as described above and acknowledges that prompt payment of rent is of the essence of this Lease. If rent is not received by the first day of the month, late fees and penalties will be added to the rent as set forth described in the Lease Summary. Tenant agrees to pay a $30.00 fee for each check returned by a bank without payment. If Landlord receives an insufficient funds check from Tenant, Tenant thereafter agrees to pay rent with cash or certified funds, such as a money order or cashier’s check.

    3. Security Deposit. This Security Deposit is due on Lease Date, to be held by Landlord and at the termination of this Lease for any reason, Landlord shall be entitled to apply the Deposit towards the following charges: (a) any damages to Landlord’s property, either on or off the premises, which resulted from the acts or occupancy of Tenant or Tenant’s guests or invitees; (b) cleaning; (c) unpaid rent; (d) costs of enforcing this Lease; and (e) incidental expenses incurred by Landlord as a result of any breach by Tenant including, but not limited to, reasonable costs incurred in re-renting the Unit and replacing locks and keys. If keys and locks are not returned at the termination of the tenancy, it is agreed that replacing locks and/or keys is a reasonable expense. If the Deposit does not cover all the costs described above, Tenant will be liable for and agree to pay the additional amount, which amount shall be due and payable at once. The remaining portion of the Deposit after payment of the above costs will be refunded to Tenant within a reasonable time after Tenant has quit possession of the premises and Landlord or its agent has inspected the Unit. If this Lease is terminated as a result of Tenant’s breach prior to the expiration date, the Deposit may be retained by Landlord, and applied as liquidated damages without restricting any other rights and remedies of Landlord. Tenant shall not be entitled to interest on the Deposit and Landlord shall be entitled to commingle the Deposit with its own funds and shall not be required to maintain the Deposit in a separate trust fund.

    4. Condition of the Leased Premises/Unit. Tenant accepts the Unit in the condition in which it is at the time of leasing, regardless of defects, either patent or latent. In all events, Tenant has inspected the Unit and deems it safe and adequate for Tenant’s purposes. Any damage discovered by Tenant’s inspection shall be noted and brought to the attention of the Landlord immediately. Tenant agrees to keep the Unit clean and as attractive as possible and to place no additional locks on said Unit without express written permission from Landlord. Upon vacating, Tenant must leave the Unit empty, broom clean, and return keys to the lock to Landlord.

    5. Use of Property and Compliance with Rules and Regulations. Tenant agrees to use the Unit rented as a storage unit only, and that it shall not be used for any other purpose other than storage of personal property without prior written approval of Landlord. Landlord is not engaged in the business of storing goods for hire and no bailment is created under this Lease. Landlord exercises no care, custody, or control over Tenant’s stored property. Tenant agrees to comply with all city, county, and state laws in regard to the use of the property and shall use, occupy, and maintain premises so as not to interfere with occupancy by neighbors or to constitute a nuisance of any type. Tenant agrees: (a) not to use the Unit for garage sales, public meetings, or for a place to work on or repair vehicles; (b) to make no alterations in the building or premises; (c) to construct no radio or television antenna; (d) to drive no nails, tacks or screws into the walls, ceiling or woodwork of the premises; (e) to keep the premises in the proper state of repair so as not to endanger the premises or endanger any invitees in the building; (f) to keep the premises in a clean and sanitary condition and appearance, free from noxious or objectionable odors, dirt, oiled rags, or any flammable or dangerous material; (g) not to store personal property outside a unit nor leave a vehicle in front of the unit when not present; (h) that no heating device shall be operated within the unit; (i) no welding or open flames are permitted on or outside the Unit; and (j) that no flammables, stolen property, perishables, or food shall be stored in the Unit. Landlord may, from time to time, amend and supplement any of its rules or regulations, effective upon positing a notice at the premises. Tenant agrees to abide by any additional rules Landlord may make.

    6. Hazardous or Toxic Materials Prohibited. Tenant is strictly prohibited from storing or using on the Leased Premises any material classified or otherwise considered hazardous or toxic under any local, state, or federal law or regulation, and from engaging in any activity which produces such material. Tenant’s obligation of indemnity as set forth in this Lease include any costs, expenses, fines, or penalties imposed against the Landlord arising out of storage, use, or creation of any hazardous or toxic material by Tenant and/or Tenant’s agents, employees, invitees, and/or guests. Landlord may enter the Unit at any time to remove and dispose of prohibited items.

    7. Entry by Landlord or its Agents. Tenant agrees to allow Landlord or its agents to enter the Unit at any hour for general inspection or to repair, inspect, install, or work upon any fixture or equipment in said Unit, and to perform any other work that Landlord may deem necessary without any notice to Tenant, including any actions as may be necessary or appropriate to preserve the premises, to comply with applicable law, to enforce Landlord’s rights or to protect the safety, health, and welfare of others and other’s stored property.

    8. Landlord is not Liable for Any Injury or Damage to Person or Property. Tenant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Landlord for any and all injuries and/or damages caused by Tenant’s breach of this Lease or negligence. Further, the parties agree that Landlord, the owners of record of the property or their agents, shall have no responsibility for Tenant’s personal property no matter how occasioned. Landlord is not liable for any damages, injury, theft, or any other negligent or tortuous act or injury to Tenant, Tenant’s property, or Tenant’s guests or invitees. Landlord shall not be liable for any claim of damages or rebate or other charge in case of the interruption of the supply of heat or electricity occasioned by accident, failure of power supply, or any other cause beyond Landlord’s control. Landlord, Landlord’s agents and/or employees shall not be liable to Tenant, Tenant’s agents, employees, invitees, and/or guests for injury or death to Tenant, Tenant’s agents, employees, invitees, and/or guests as a result of Tenant’s use of storage space or the Leased Premises, even if such injury is caused by the active or passive acts or negligence of the Landlord, Landlord’s agents and/or employees.

    9. Insurance. Tenant agrees and understands that it is his or her responsibility to insure possessions, and that they are not insured by Landlord. Tenant may, but is not obligated to, obtain insurance on personal property stored on the premises for damages caused by fire, water, rain, storms, tornado, riot, rodents, civil disturbance, insects, vehicles or any other cause whatsoever.

    10. No Assigning or Subletting the Lease without Written Consent. Tenant agrees not to sublet any part of the premises or to assign this Lease in full or in part without the prior written consent of Landlord.

    11. Taxes. Landlord agrees to pay all charges assessed against the premises for real property taxes and assessments that may accrue during the term of this Lease.

    12. Hazardous, Perishable or Valueless and Abandoned Property. Landlord hereby has the right to dispose of any trash or property on the premises Landlord reasonably believes to be hazardous, perishable or valueless and abandoned. Any property remaining on the premises after termination of this Lease shall be presumed to be both valueless and abandoned. Tenant shall be responsible for all costs incurred by Landlord disposing of such property.

    13. Default, Lien, Eviction, and other Landlord Remedies. Landlord may terminate this Lease at any time for any reason, including but not limited to Default. Default is defined as failure to pay rent when due or may be defined as any breach of any covenant or provision of this Lease. Tenant agrees that Landlord may treat as a violation of a covenant and of this Lease any misrepresentations made by Tenant in renting the Unit. In the event of Default or upon this Lease’s termination, Landlord shall keep any amounts of prepaid rents or deposits as liquidated damages and Landlord may take possession of the premises with or without process of law and remove Tenant or any person occupying the premises using such force as may be necessary in so doing. Tenant agrees that Landlord will not be liable for damage or prosecution for any activities required by this Lease. In the event of Default and in addition to enforcing any lien or other remedy provided by law, Landlord, at its option, may proceed with an action for forcible entry and detainer against Tenant pursuant to Wyoming Statutes § 1-21-1001 et al.

    In addition to other liens and remedies provided by law to secure and collect rent and cumulative therewith, Landlord is hereby given and shall at all times retain a valid and first lien upon all of Tenant’s property, now or at anytime hereafter, stored in the Unit or otherwise on the premises. Tenant agrees that if the monthly installment of the rent or any part thereof is unpaid after the due date or if any other default is made in any of the terms or covenants of this Lease, property left on the premises after the last day of the term of this Lease shall be conclusively deemed abandoned and Landlord is thereafter authorized to seize and take possession of such property for arrears of rent, breach of covenant, or by reason of said abandonment, without being deemed guilty of any manner of trespassing or conversion, and without prejudice to any remedies. Landlord may file the lien on Tenant’s property and further seek to foreclose said lien as allowable by state law, specifically Wyoming Statutes § 29-7-101, et al., to include a public or private sale of Tenant’s property, seeking all amounts due and owing to Landlord. Landlord shall satisfy its lien from the proceeds of such sale, including the reasonable costs of rent, attorney’s fees, moving expenses, and costs and expenses incurred in collection and sale of the property. Upon demand by Tenant, any remaining balance of such proceeds shall be paid to Tenant within ninety (90) days. If not demanded by Tenant within ninety (90) days from date of sale, such balance shall be forfeited by Tenant to Landlord.

    Landlord may remove and store any of Tenant’s personal property remaining on the premises after termination of this Lease at Tenant’s expense or distrain them, sell them, and apply the proceeds toward any damages. At the time of Landlord’s seizure of any personal property pursuant to this Lease, Landlord shall give notice in writing thereof to Tenant at the address listed in the Lease Summary. Such notice shall be by regular mail and be deemed received by Tenant if regularly sent, postage prepaid, and at any time after ten (10) days from the date of mailing. Tenant shall have seven (7) days upon receiving notice to respond to Landlord and retrieve property.

    Recovery of the premises by Landlord shall not relieve Tenant of any obligation hereunder, and Landlord may rent or lease the premises to others upon such terms and conditions as Landlord deems proper. Landlord may then recover from Tenant those sums due under this Lease including Landlord’s cost of re-renting premises, plus direct costs, less any consideration received from others for the use of the premises, after paying expenses.

    It is further expressly agreed and understood by Tenant that the provisions of the Wyoming Residential Rental Property Act (Wyoming Statutes § 1-21-1201 et al.) and the provisions of the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (Wyoming Statutes § 34-24-101 et al.) do not apply to this Lease or to the parties’ duties or obligations hereunder and the parties further hereby expressly waive any applicability of either Act where such provisions may apply.

    14. Costs and Attorney’s Fees. Tenant agrees to pay all court costs and reasonable attorney’s fees resulting from any default by Tenant, including costs and fees incurred by Landlord in enforcing any of its rights under this Lease or under any laws of this State, and interests on any and all amounts owed.

    15. Waiver and Severability. If Landlord fails to enforce any term of this Lease, said failure by Landlord shall not be a waiver of any of Landlord’s rights. If any term or provision of this Lease or the application of it to any person or circumstance shall to any extent be held by a court in an action between the parties or otherwise affecting this Lease to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, the remainder of this Lease or the application of such term or provision to persons or circumstances other than those to which it is invalid or unenforceable shall not be affected thereby, and each term and provision of this Lease shall be valid and shall be shall be binding upon Landlord and Tenant and enforced to the extent permitted by law.

    16. Notices. Any and all notices may be given to Landlord by mail at the mailing address shown, in person at Landlord’s street address, at such places as may be designated by the parties from time to time, or as otherwise allowed under Wyoming law. Tenant requests that any and all notices, including those describing property to be abandoned, to be mailed to the address set forth in the Lease Summary or delivered in person at the Unit.

    17. Governing Law. This Lease is governed by the laws of the State of Wyoming and any action arising out of or relating to this Lease, its performance, enforcement or breach must be brought in Albany County, Wyoming.

    18. Binding effect; Jointly and Severally Bound. This Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns. If more than one Tenant shall execute this Lease, each Tenant shall be liable, jointly and severally, individually and collectively, for all payments or damages under this Lease and for fulfilling all obligations of this Lease. Tenant specifically agrees and acknowledges that this is NOT an adhesion contract and that no part, term or condition contained herein constitute adhesion. Tenant specifically acknowledges that he or she has had the opportunity to consult independent legal counsel for purposes of review prior to the signing and/or execution of this Lease and desire to proceed forward. Tenant shall at all times hold Landlord harmless of the same.

    19. Headings, Entire Agreement, Exhibits, Modification, Photocopy/Facsimile, Final Agreement. Headings in this Lease are for convenience only and shall not be used to interpret or construe its provisions. The terms of this Lease shall supersede all prior agreements between the parties relating to the subject matter hereof, and no warranties, representations, or agreements with regard thereto, except for those contained herein, shall be binding upon the parties. Any Exhibits are attached and incorporated and referenced fully herein. A photocopy or facsimile of this Lease is as enforceable as the original. This Lease terminates and supersedes all prior understandings or agreements on the subject matter hereof.

    20. Authorization and Acknowledgment. Tenant hereby further authorizes Landlord to use any consumer reporting agency, credit bureau, or other investigative agencies employed by such, to investigate the references herein listed or statements of other data obtained from Tenant or any other person pertaining to Tenant’s employment history, prior credit tendencies, character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living; to obtain a consumer report and such other credit information which may result thereby; and to disclose and furnish such information to Landlord in support of this Lease. Tenant has been advised that he or she has the right, under Section 606(b) of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, to make a written request, within reasonable time, for a complete and accurate disclosure of the nature and scope of this investigation.

    21. Vehicle Storage. In the event this Lease applies to Tenant storing a vehicle or trailer on Landlord’s property, Exhibit B, “Vehicles” shall be completed and attached hereto, incorporated by this reference. The terms and covenants within Exhibit B shall become a part of and binding on all parties to this Lease.

    NOTICE: if you fail to make your required payments, you will have to vacate the Unit or your property may later be sold at a public sale. Before the sale, you will be notified by first class mail and by certified mail of the amount due. The Notice will be mailed to your last known address. In order to preserve your right to be notified, it is important that you notify us (in a written, signed, and dated format) of any change in your mailing address.


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