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Your landlord has the responsibility under the law to: 1) keep the premises in a fit and habitable condition. 2) keep all common areas of the premises in a safe and clean condition.
If the landlord unlawfully enters the leased premises in violation of these provisions, you have the right to: 1) obtain an injunction preventing the landlord from abusing the right of access in the future or. 2) terminate the lease agreement and.
The prime duty of a property owner is to give a tenant occupation and control of the property. Furthermore, the owner has to maintain the property in its proper condition, subject to fair wear and tear (defined as the unavoidable consequence of the passage of time).
Legal eviction in Nebraska must be accomplished through a civil court lawsuit of forcible entry and detainer filed by the plaintiff/landlord versus the tenant that is to be evicted.
Nebraska is a moderately landlord-friendly state. There are no maximums on security deposits or late fees, and the eviction process is typically quicker than in other states.
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Alteration Clauses in the Lease Agreement The bottom line is that tenants who make improvements to the look and function of the rental property without permission are showing that they dont respect the landlord or the lease agreement, even though the change may be considered an improvement or an upgrade.
As a landlord, you are responsible for ensuring your property has heat in the winter, air conditioning in the summer (if your unit has air conditioning), and hot and cold water. If these systems break down or fail to function, you will be responsible for getting them back to working order.
Under the rules the tenant must return the property to a similar condition before changes were made. This means if the tenants painted a wall of their home they would be required to return the room to its original colour, unless the landlord agrees for the wall colour to remain.
From 11 February 2021 under the Residential Tenancies Act 2020, tenants can ask to make changes to the rental property and landlords must not decline if the change is minor. Minor changes to the property include fixtures like: curtains replacing corded blinds. visual fire alarms and doorbells.
Do landlords have to give notice before entering a tenants property? In most instances, yes. The minimum notice a landlord is required to give by law is 24 hours, but they can give longer should they wish to do so.

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