How Tenancy Ends Under New Laws
Although the vast majority of tenancies end when the resident decides to move out, sometimes a rental owner has reasons to end it as well. New state and local laws have made radical changes to this process. Depending on the terms of your agreement, the local jurisdiction and why you want the tenant to move out, there are different procedures you must follow. Christopher Cutting, attorney and RHAWA board member, will explain the legal requirements and share his own methods for respectfully communicating with tenants.
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