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Lease agreements are created differently. It is important that you read through them to know what your rights are at all times.
How do you determine if your pet fees are over-the-top? There are landlords that charge pet deposits, non-refundable fees and rent.
The 3-Day notice is often misunderstood. Landlords think it is right to evict you after the third day but that's not true. Know your rights.
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Landlords usually lie to get a tenant and this is not fair. Can you legally get out of the lease if this is the case?
This will be held and used by the landlord to pay and cover any costs on repairs for any damages the tenant might do with the rental unit during his stay.
When we talk about lease agreement, we often refer it as the contract signed between two parties that involve a tenant and a landlord.
An overstaying guest can become a real problem. But if you are a tenant and the landlord wants your guest out, what can you do?
Is it legal to break a lease due to a medical condition? Generally, it should be. But what would you do if your landlord disputes?
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