Michael Smith spoke to John, owner & landlord of the New York Estate Apartments, on February 1, 2012, about the rental of an apartment. John told Michael that a new tennis court would be completed in the back of the apartments by May 1, 2012. There would be no costs to the tenants, as this would be a benefit of the lease. On February 2, 2012, John mailed Michael a three page document with the word “Lease” at the top, signed by John, dated February 2, 2012. The lease contained all the requirements for both parties concerning the apartment rental, but contained no mention of a tennis court. The lease began on February 5, 2012, and ended on February 4, 2015. Michael also signed this document & dated it February 3, 2012. Michael mailed the signed lease back to John together with a letter signed by Michael, attached with a paper clip, that read:“Dear John, I have signed the enclosed lease, and I look forward to use the free new tennis courts. Michael Smith (Signed) February 3, 2012Michael moved into the apartment on February 5, 2012. The tennis court was completed on April 1, 2012, but John requires a $20 per hour fee for all tenants to use the courts. Advise Michael Smith of his rights to free use of the tennis courts by finding & discussing all legal issues.