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  • Landlord And Tenant Essay

    Rights and responsibilities of the landlord and the tenant When the landlord and the tenant enter in a contract they both owe each other responsibility. Tenants’ rights and responsibilities include; The tenant should be careful when dealing with the property and ensure that no damages are made on the property. They should ensure that when they leave the property the leave as they found it. By doing so the landlord would not need to incur expenses due to damages caused by the tenant and if the tenant had caused damages then they should be liable for the expenses to be used to repair the property. Moreover they should ensure that they pay their rents on time and also dispose their garbage properly to keep the property clean. Tenants should ensure…

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  • Landlord Tenant Law Essay

    Landlord-Tenant Law The Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (URLTA) and the Model Residential Landlord-Tenant Code includes a lot of facets about properties, renters, and related issues governed by state from property owner rights, tenant right, rent and security deposits, states resources, repairs, and more. No organizational business is perfect, so it is bound to be a conflict between both the landlord and tenant. In order to avoid legal matter in the future properties and…

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  • Case Study: Landlord-Tenant Law

    Landlord-Tenant Law Landlords and tenants both have rights and accountabilities in the development of an ownership agreement. All parties must have a clear understanding of what the lease terms mean to avoid issues. When a property owner and a renter signs on leasing a house, trailer, or etc., many things need to be made clear, including the cost of the payment, the date the rent due, limits on late fees, length of the ownership, if he or she pays for utilities (like gas, electricity, or…

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  • Intentional Tort

    As a property landlord, committing yourself to delivering excellent service to the tenants is imperative no matter who you are dealing with. Striving to develop a beneficial business association with tenants, maintenance team, staff, as well as potential renters is also very important in order to be successful. In addition to the previously mentioned being well-mannered, pay attention to residents as well as staff, while working with them to resolve any concerns they may have is also…

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  • Leadership Development: A Case Study

    locality. This leads to related increases in rent and property values and changes in the district’s physical character, culture, and demography. The term is often used negatively, particularly in the displacement of poor communities by richer outsiders. However, the process is also seen as a positive sign of development, making way for new investments in buildings, increased economic activity, and, often a decrease in crime (Grant, 2003). Landlord harassment: The process in which building…

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  • Commercial Leasing Case Study

    The key characteristics of the commercial leasing Act 1995 include that a lessor is obligated to provide any potential lessee with a copy of a proposed lease while commencing negotiation. Moreover, a lessor is also required to provide a statement of disclosure before the lease is renewed or entered into. The Act and regulations specifies the motives of a disclosure statement. Landlords are obliged to provide tenants with an annual estimate of the outgoings at the end of the financial year. The…

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  • Tenant's Lease Case Study

    LEASE, made the 1st day of January, 2016 between Luis Alberto Garay, hereinafter called "Landlord" and, Jorge Olguin Serrano, hereinafter called "Tenant(s)." 1. PREMISES/TERM/USE: Landlord agrees to lease to Tenant(s) the house located at 552 Sea Shell Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89110 hereinafter called the "Premises" for a term of 12 months beginning on January 1, 2016 and ending on December 31, 2016, for use and occupancy by Tenant(s) as a strictly residential dwelling. 2. RENT: The rent for the term…

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  • Business Law Case Study: Nursey V. Dartford

    itself of the old cinema in order to convert it into a concert venue. Section 30 of the Act provides that the landlord may oppose requests for renewal of tenancy if the tenant has refused to comply with obligations in respect to repairs, has persistently delayed in paying the rent or has substantially breached his obligations under the tenancy. The landlord can also oppose the renewal if he intends to demolish, reconstruct or use the premises for the purposes of a business conducted by him.…

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  • Victorian Civil And Administrative Tribunal Analysis

    agreement between the landlord and the tenant for the revision rent.Both of them are agreed in the terms of contract.As a general rule,the landlord and the tenant have a clear understanding of the Tenancies contract.Relevant Laws Relating to this case are: 1.)South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013; • Rent amount payable under a residential tenancy agreement for the right to occupy premises for a period of the tenancy. • Landlord can increase the rent as long as it was…

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  • The Importance Of House Premises

    13. INSPECTION OF PREMISES. Lessor and Lessor's agents shall have the right at all reasonable times during the term of this Agreement and any renewal thereof to enter the Premises for the purpose of inspecting the Premises and all buildings and improvements thereon. And for the purposes of making any repairs, additions or alterations as may be deemed appropriate by Lessor for the preservation of the Premises or the building. Lessor and its agents shall further have the right to exhibit the…

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