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Landlord Tenant Right

The state of California provides a landlord tenant right which can be put into action. These landlord tenant right have been given below.

The landlord rights are

  • The tenant follows the rules in the rental agreement.
  • Rent is paid made on time.
  • The property. is looked after well by the tenant.
  • Tenants respect the privileges of neighbors.
  • The tenant attends to the repairs or compensates for damages made by him.
  • Fixing an upper limit to the number residents.
  • To sell the property

The tenant's rights are

The tenant's right is that the property is livable, i.e. the house must:

    • be able to bear weather conditions
    • have plumbing that operates suitably
    • provide hot and cold running water
    • have an appropriate heating system
    • have an electrical system in working order
    • not have insects and pests
    • have adequate garbage bins
    • have floors, stairways and railings in proper order.
    • have ample sun light in every room

     have windows that can be opened or automatic ventilation

     have emergency ways out

     have a lock on main door

     have useful safety gadgets on windows

     have smoke detectors

  Tenants have a right to printed 24-hour prior notification of the landlord's desire to enter the property, except during an urgent situation.

When a tenant has written to the landlord, for repairs required, he/she has the right to a swift response.

For a raise in rent under 10%, the tenants must obtain of 30 days written notice and for rent increment of over 10%, he must obtain a written notice of 60 days.

The tenant has to be given back the security money within 21 days of having vacated the premises.

Under the authority of the state of California , the landlord tenant right must be obeyed.

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