Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Llambias Block 39A
Title: Lease
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 Material Information
Title: Lease
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Llambias Block 39A
Physical Description: Financial/tax record
Language: English
Physical Location:
Box: 7
Divider: Block 39A
Folder: Llambias B39A
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
31 Saint Francis Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Llambias House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Fernandez-Llambias House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 31 Saint Francis Street
Coordinates: 29.887768 x -81.310887
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00094868
Volume ID: VID00029
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: B39A

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LEASE



THIS CONTRACT made this day of __
1946, between the Trustees of the Llambias House, parties of the

first part, hereinafter referred to as the LESSORS, and W. Bruce

Ayres, party of the second part, hereinafter referred to as the
LESSEE, shall make provisions as hereafter stated concerning the

rental and maintenance of that property known as TEE LLAMBIAS
HOUSE, situate and lying at No. St. Francis Street, City of
St. Augustine, and County of St. Johns.

IT IS HEREBY AGREED, that the Lessee shall be given the

full right, privilege and possession of the above named property,
(subject to the hereinafter named amendment), for himself, his

heirs or assigns for a period of five years, with the option of

renewal thereof in consideration of the sum of Fifty ($50.00)

Dollars per month for the first year, beginning June 1, 1946; the

sum of Seventy Five ($75.00) per month for the second year, be-

ginning June 1, 1947; and the sum of One Hundred Dollars per month

for the third year, beginning June 1, 1948, and continuing there-

after,
IT IS FURTHER AGREED, That the Lessee will keep this
property in good repair, and will renovate and maintain same at

all times during the period of this lease; all labor, utilities,

and furnishings will be provided by Lessee; but the actual cost
of building materials, such as lumber, paint, plumbing and electri-
cal fixtures which are intended to remain as permanent improvements
shall be paid for by the Lessors.
FURTHER, It is agreed that the Lessee shall at his own
expense provide necessary plants, trees and flowers to improve the

property, and shall keep the grounds in good order at all times.
He is hereby empowered to make such improvements and changes as he

shall find necessary, and which meet with the approval of the Lessors.

He shall be permitted to begin work on these grounds and the reno-
vation of the building at any time after April 1st, 1946, in order
to meet the seasonal requirements necessary.




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FURITE R, It is agreed that the Lessors will permit the

Lessee to conduct such business enterprises as will be consis-

tent with the location and history of the building which will

enable him to secure the necessary income to maintain the

property in good condition and to pay the rental thereof.

FURTHER, It is agreed that the Lessors will pay all taxes

and insurances on said property, and save harmless the Lessee

from any damage incurred by wind, rain, fire or acts of God; or

from results of any defects which may be inherent in the building.

AMENDMENiT TO ABOVE:

In the event that the Lessors shall deem it

necessary for any good and proper reason to cancel,

void and make null the agreement as stated above, it

is understood that the Lessors shall give the Lessee

t lealt'Kone year's notice to vacate this property;

'anadshal give due consideration that his livelihood

'would not be injured or impaired by such a change of

contract.


The Lessee shall hereby agree to submit all proposals for

change and improvement of the property to the Lessors; to permit

them to examine his records from time to time if they so desire;

and to abide by their decisions in the event of a controversy

concerning the policies of management of this property. It is

also understood that ti Lessors shall also give every considera-

tion to the Lessee, insofar as possible, and shall cooperate

with him to the fullest extent of their ability at all times.




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