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I come from a long line of tenants

by Lili Artel

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Published by Alert Press in Hayward, CA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLili [i.e. L. Artel].
ContributionsGianelli, Amelia, ill.
The Physical Object
Pagination[28] p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24197677M
OCLC/WorldCa5134388

Many states and cities have implemented eviction moratoriums for the duration of the COVID outbreak. Even if there isn't a ban, most courts across the United States have postponed hearings on non-essential matters—including hearings on eviction and landlord-tenant matters. However, most courts are still hearing eviction matters that are based on reasons other than nonpayment of rent. The text of this book has been prepared following the Kansas Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. Under that Act in K.S.A. TENANT is defined as “a person entitled under a rental agreement to occupy a dwelling unit to the exclusion of others.”.

  Giving the first month free. It can be hard for some tenants to provide a damage deposit as well as the first month’s rent. By giving a tenant the first month free, they only have to come up with a damage deposit, which allows them to budget for the next month’s rent payment.   Overcharged for Security Deposit. Many states have limits setting a maximum amount you can collect from a tenant as a security deposit. If the state where your rental property is located has such a limit and you collect more than this amount, you will have to pay your tenant back the additional amount you collected.

  Tenants may put up with issues such as a slow drain and not complain to you. That doesn’t mean they’re happy. You can’t rely only on tenant maintenance to know the state of your properties. Use both annual inspections and self-service inspection forms for your tenants. Build a Personal Relationship. A welcome packet on move-in is a.   Even if the tenant refuses to take the letter, you can leave it near him, such as on the front step or on his desk at work. Make a note of the delivery time and date on your copy of the notice. 2. Substitute and Mail. You can leave the written communication with someone who lives with the tenant, such as another adult or an older teenager.


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