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Tenancy agreement and explanation

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unlicensed firearms or weapons, prostitution or handling stolen goods. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not keep any bottled gas or petrol in your home or in shared areas. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not keep any paraffin or other inflammable or dangerous material in your home or in shared areas, except those that are reasonably needed for normal domestic use. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must put rubbish in the chutes or bins provided. If we have given you recycling bins, you or anyone staying in or visiting your home must use them appropriately. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must get rid of bulky items (too large to fit in bins) by putting them in the areas set aside for storing them (if there are any) or by making arrangements for them to be collected. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must use any shared areas and facilities in a reasonable way. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not leave litter or rubbish in any part of the shared areas or on any part of the estate, if your home is on an estate. You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not block drains, pipes or gutters in your home or in the building where you live. You must meet the reasonable requests of our employees or agents relating to using your home and our property. You must not obstruct, abuse, threaten or assault them while they are carrying out their duties. You must allow our officers or agents to take a photograph of you and to keep your photograph on our records as part of our tenant audit system, designed to prevent and detect fraud. We will not pass on this photograph to anyone, except under data- protection law. For more information, see chapter 22 of this booklet. You are responsible for every person staying in or visiting your home. If someone is causing this agreement to be broken, you must contact us and you must take reasonable steps to stop him

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