I will type it in specifically:
Wear and Tear Schedule
1. All painting is charged at a rate of $60 per hour. This charge includes labor and material.
2. All wallboard, carpet/linoleum, window covering, appliances, fixtures, etc. damages are 100% charge regardless of length of residency.
3. All exterior doors, patio/balconies, screens, carports, buildings, etc. damages are 100% charge regardless of length of residency.
4. All interior and exterior apartment and window covering cleaning charges are 100% regardless of length of residency.
5. All smoke damage, pet damage and pest service charges are 100% regardless of length of residency.
6. All carpet cleaning must be professionally performed, arranged for by Resident Manager, and are 100% charge regardless of length of residency.
Below that is a revision schedule of charges basically increasing the painting charge to $65 and hour, and showing the hourly rate for carpet cleaning, and other cleaning charges, for the size of apartment (studio, 1 bedroom, etc.)
There is a line below this that says (resident must initial) and they initialed on that line. It seems to me that the painting purposely excludes the word "damage" so as to imply acknowledgement of the charges. This is my point, the apartment did NOT need repainting, there were a few nail holes, scuff marks where the couch was against the wall, and one handprint over the doorway. Normal wear and tear.