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 If a landlord loses the rent is renter still liable?

Answer Are you saying that you paid the rent and then the landlord lost the payment?You would have to determine at which point the rent was lost. For instance, if the check never arrived in the mail and w... Read More »
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Can a landlord rent your apartment while you're still living in it?

A landlord may rent an apartment still occupied by a current tenant. However tenant-landlord ordinances and leases require the landlord to notify the tenant in writing of their intent not to renew,... Read More »
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Have a garden shed to rent out to a foreign family ..how much rent could i expect per week!?

phwoar about £700pcm for this compact des res to accommodate 15 people (30 on a shift pattern!), five, three tiered bunks with electric...it has got electic hasn't it?? They have been jammed on t... Read More »
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If you rent your home and pay to have pests professionally removed, can you legally deduct that from the rent?

I wish! Sorry... no deduction for you. You could just use natural pest control (like cinnamon) instead of wasting $$$ on an exterminator. Here's a link in case you want to save your cash. Landlords... Read More »
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If you rent a house, can the owner increase the rent?

If you rent any type of property, including a house, the owner is free to increase the rent. However, the owner generally cannot increase the rent until you sign a new lease agreeing to the increas... Read More »
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