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|There are important legal issues that must be considered when a tenancy
is terminated including what notification should be given, legal
options if tenant doesnít leave upon expiration of a fixed-term lease
or after giving or receiving a termination notice and what happens if
the tenant leaves without giving required notice.
The keys to minimizing the hassle related to moving tenants out are (1) the degree of preparation and detail that went into moving the tenant in and (2) following proper procedures prior to the move-out date. Just as an investor purchases an investment property with a exit strategy in place, the smart landlord places his tenant in the rental unit with clear, agreed-to, and documented move-out procedures.
The primary consideration for a trouble-free tenant move-out is knowledge of applicable laws and what the landlordís own lease agreement sets forth. These requirements guide the timeline of the move-out.
Obtaining legal possession and dealing with abandoned property are important issues. Of similar importance are proper handling of security deposits and collection of any amount owed beyond the security deposit upon departure of the tenant.
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