In its endeavor to safeguard landlords and tenants, the US government brought into force Landlord Law in 1954. This law is adapted by different states to suit their needs and requirements. There had been many amendments of the Landlord Law in order to accommodate the socio-economic changes.
Can Landlord Law regulate the actions of all types of landlords?
Landlord Law is not meant for all types of landlords. The code of conduct and regulations specified under this law can't be hold true for owners and inhabitants for hotels, lodges, motels, rooming house, commercial establishments or charitable boarding shelter. Landlord Law is conceived for moderating the actions of the owners and tenants of houses, apartments and mobile rental units.
Components of Landlord Law
Landlord Law can be used as a guidebook for property owners and rent payers, who are new to this trade. This law should also be read by experienced individuals for advanced knowledge. Certain issues like landlord contract, rental agreement is so well discussed in the law that one should read before taking action to reduce chances of making mistakes.
Landlord Law has 3 major sections. The very first section discusses the rights and responsibility of the property owner and the rentor. This includes issues like rent, maintenance of the rental unit, code of conduct, compliance with various state laws etc. The next crucial section deals with premature eviction of the tenant, if required. The last section revolves around security deposit, its detainment and the givable by the Landlord.
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