Joint tenants and separate tenants must be distinguished from sub-tenants. A tenant can sign a lease for the entire rental site and find a roommate to whom he sublets part of the rental space. In this case, only the main tenant has obligations to the landlord and must pay the full rent. The primary tenant is an owner of the subtenant and can collect and maintain a deposit. The primary tenant must obtain the lessor`s agreement for the sublease or include the sublease right as the term of the lease agreement. If the owner`s agreement is required, an owner cannot inappropriately refuse consent. The public housing authority may refuse to give its consent for any reason. Landlords must give all tenants with oral or tacit agreements a copy of the standard terms. Landlords are required to notify tenants two months in advance whether or not they are willing to renew their lease and, if ready, they must communicate the terms of the new lease to them. Within one month of receipt of the written notification from the lessor, if the tenant decides to conclude a new rental agreement on the conditions he has set, the tenant must inform the landlord in writing. If the tenant does not inform the lessor in writing within one month, the tenant must immediately evacuate the property at the end of the term of the rental contract. When a temporary lease expires and becomes a monthly lease, the lessor must not force the tenant to sign another lease or accept a fixed term.

You didn`t answer Jeff`s question. Among the many reasons to take out tenant insurance, there are as many who do not. In the first place, this sum of $ 12 per month must be paid most often as a lump sum that not everyone can afford when moving. Similarly, a number of fees and expenses are often attached to anyone who moves with their medium-term policy. Having a roommate is another, as a policy only covers one person`s belongings, and then those insurance costs are doubled or tripled depending on the situation. It`s confusing why a homeowner requires insurance that doesn`t really protect their property, especially considering they`re typically less than $12/month to add limitations of liability and content to the policy they hope to have for the property they`re renting. Of course, this depends on the fact that they legally rent out their belongings and claim them as an object of income and don`t just throw your rental money into their pockets. Or other slum lords like J*** Gr**** who simply refuse to properly maintain their belongings, ask for insurance to cover their own a$$$ and evade any responsibility by hiding behind #Company names, pseudonyms and family who take over their “business”, while families mourn the lives lost because of this lack of concern for their tenant or their property, Because everyone was “insured”. No one cares about furniture and jewelry when children die. And it`s not covered by insurance. If a lease agreement contains a call option, the VENUE is generally competent until the exercise of the call option. .

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