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Lease Addendum Involving California Governing Law

Provided below are links to Lease Addendums with California governing law clauses. Governing law provisions (also knows as choice of law or controlling law clauses) in contracts are frequently used by the agreement parties to specify which jurisdiction's laws will be applied to interpreting the contractual provisions and obligations. By quickly reviewing Lease Addendums to find contracts with California governing law, you can customize your agreements to meet California requirements.

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1) THE SHELL BUILDING LANDLORD: 100 Bush Corporation, a California corporation TENANT: Xoom Corporation, a California corporation DATE: August 15, 2008

2) THIRD LEASE ADDENDUM

3) FIRST LEASE ADDENDUM

4) EXHIBIT 10.6 FOURTH ADDENDUM TO OFFICE LEASE

5) THIRD ADDENDUM TO OFFICE LEASE

6) FOURTH ADDENDUM TO OFFICE LEASE

7) THIRD LEASE ADDENDUM

8) FIRST LEASE ADDENDUM

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A lease addendum is a section added to an existing lease. The addendum is used to clarify the details contained within the contract, and may contain additions to the existing lease. A landlord may hold a contract with a tenant who decided to get a pet. The landlord therefore may add an addendum with details explaining the pet fee, and any stipulations on the pet allowed on the landlord's premises.

The addendum serves to specify the terms and conditions of the lease between the two parties. The existing lease still stands, and the addendum only defines or adds to the existing lease. Lease addendum may contain language regarding repairs, maintenance, parking permits, pets and other issues that may arise in the landlord-tenant relationship.

If a residence has more than 2 tenants mentioned on a lease, a lease addendum can be used to release a tenant from the lease. The document would also certify the remaining tenant will fill the rights and obligations of the original lease.
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