Laws Of Renting A Room

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Laws Of Renting A Room


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There are different set of rules and laws for renting a room. These rules are quite different when compared to the laws involved in renting a house. Although the cost of renting a room is much lesser than renting a house, there are certain conditions to which the landlord and the tenant have to abide.

Generally renting a room does not require a lease contract. In such cases, the landlord has all rights to evict a tenant without serving a prior notice. Although there are no set of rules or laws for renting a room, if the two parties agree to sign a lease, then both the parties are bound by the rules and laws stated in the lease and have to adhere to them. Similarly, landlord/tenant laws also apply only in a situation if both the parties have signed a lease contract.

In terms of rent, neither party can change the rent price without giving a prior notice. For instance, the landlord cannot charge the tenant to pay extra money all of a sudden. Similarly, the tenant cannot ask the landlord to decrease the rent price either. If the tenant plans to move out in advance, he/she has to pay for the entire prescribed term irrespective of when he/she is planning to move out. For instance, if a tenant agrees to rent a room for six months but decides to vacate in four months time, the tenant is responsible for paying the remaining two months rent before leaving the place.

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