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While I cannot review the specific terms of your lease, I do see that at least parts of the lease are not going to be enforceable under CA law (security deposits are not "unrefundable" in CA).
Residential lease agreements cannot be drafted in such a way that they provide less protection than the CA landlord/tenant statute.
However, some things that you did note (such as tenant's obligation to maintain landscaping, or the landlord's right of entry (including a right to show the unit to prospective tenants or buyers)) are going to be enforceable.
Other things, such as tenant's liability to repaint regardless of wear and tear and condition, are not going to be enforceable.
I would strongly encourage you to review the California Attorney General's Landlord/Tenant Handbook, it guides you through each step of the landlord/tenant process from looking for a rental, to signing a lease, to dealing with problems, to vacating, to getting your security deposit back.