Rent and Security Deposits
Landlords must charge a fair rent that is not higher than similar properties in the same area. They also must return the security deposit within a reasonable time after the tenant moves out.
Landlords must ensure their rental units are safe and fit for human habitation. This includes making necessary repairs and complying with state and local building code regulations.
Landlords cannot discriminate against tenants based on their race, sex, religion, disability, or other protected characteristics.
Landlords must respect the tenant’s right to privacy. They cannot enter rental units without notice and permission except in cases of emergency.
It is important for landlords to be aware of all legal requirements when renting out their property. Failure to comply with these laws can lead to serious consequences.
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