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Subletting happens when an existing tenant lets all or part of their home to someone else who is known as a subtenant. Many tenants need permission before they can sublet.
California law requires that your landlord sue you within the states statute of limitations. If you had a written agreement with your landlord, he has four years to file suit. If you had an oral agreement, your landlord has only two years to sue you.
If the repairs cannot be finished within the 21-day period, the landlord can send the tenant a good faith estimate of the cost of repairs. Then within 14 days of the repairs being done, the landlord must send the tenant the receipts.
Tenants in New Jersey can legally sublet with landlord approval as long as the lease agreement doesnt expressly forbid it. Landlords in New Jersey have the ability to stop you from subletting by putting a term in your lease contract to that effect.
Tenants in New Jersey can legally sublet with landlord approval as long as the lease agreement doesnt expressly forbid it. Landlords in New Jersey have the ability to stop you from subletting by putting a term in your lease contract to that effect.
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Whether or not a California landlord can charge tenants for repairs that are done by either a contractor or by the landlord depends upon whether the need for the repair is the result of damages or normal wear and tear.
Can someone live with you without being on the lease? Yes, someone can live with the tenant without being on the lease. However, it is important to distinguish the difference between a guest and a long-term guest.
Yes, subletting is legal in Arizona. However, if a lease specifically prohibits subletting, then tenants are not allowed to sublease the rental unit. Its a good idea to get the landlords permission, however, to ensure subleasing doesnt violate any housing regulations or maximum occupancy requirements.
Certain tenants living in social housing may be committing a criminal offence if they sublet their home without their landlords permission or by going against what it says in their tenancy agreement. If you are found guilty of unlawful subletting, the court can make an unlawful profit order.
The landlord must disclose all reasonable cleaning fees and damage charges in writing no more than 21 days after the tenant has surrendered the property. This is also when the landlord must send a bill to the tenant for any additional amounts billed.

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