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Authority to enter into Private Rental Agreement granted on reverse side hereof is granted with the provisions that:
1. Rental of Quarters will be at the renter's expense.
2. Payment of contractual agreements will be subject to existing regulations pertinent to the use of currencies in Japan.
3. Upon availability of government quarters, the renter will either be assigned government quarters by competent authority or may elect to continue to occupy privately rented quarters by submitting request in writing to proper housing authority.
4. Utilities, maintenance of sanitation and structural standards is the sole responsibility of the renter and failure to maintain these standards or failure to comply with the recommendations of the Surgeon will be sufficient reason to revoke the private rental agreement. 
5. The Fire Prevention Division, Repairs and Utilities Section, is to make periodic inspections of this property and instructions to the property owner for elimination of fire hazards will be complied with.
6. Servants or security guards for this residence will not be provided. Bus lines, telephones, schools or recreational facilities will not be provided specifically to accommodate residents thereof.
7. Upon arrival of dependents, applicant will be required to clear his Bachelor Officer Quarters.

[[insert]] NOTE
Per attached Landlord's Agreement and Approved Medical and Engineer's Report, authority is changed to read:
Owner's name: J. Kurlyandsky
Address of Abode: 440 Seijo-machi, Satagaya-ku, Tokyo.
No new letter of authority will be issued.
23 Aug 54
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