Cleanup Clause Law and Legal Definition

Cleanup clause when used in a loan agreement refers to a provision that calls for a loan to be repaid in full within a given period.

In a lease agreement, it can be a clause asking the lessee to keep the rented property clean. For example, a lease can include a clause that says “The lessee agrees to keep the area clean, with no piling up of unnecessary old cushions, debris, etc., and clean off the lot upon vacating it. If the lessor must clean the lot the lessee will be charged.”