The Care of Premises generally states that you, the tenant, agree to take care of the place you’re living, the furniture, etc.; pretty simple, right?
IF SOMETHING IS LOST/DAMAGED , know your renters' rights, but READ YOUR LEASE! Your lease outlines which party (you or the property owner/property manager) will be financially responsible for damages and repairs. However, the linked premise (here) outlines one of the more ideal conditions, should you have the ability to negotiate (see Tip #5)
Additionally, a tenant should not alter the property or anything without the property owner/property manager consent
Heat, water, air conditioning , and other utilities should not be wasted or used recklessly/wastefully
At the end of the lease, the property should be returned to the property owner/property manager in the same condition it was found in, what property owner/property managers call ‘tenantable’ (essentially in ‘good enough’ condition)