C. With respect to a unit of a building, where an application to register the rental property as a condo or co-operative has been submitted to the Real Estate Office, or if, within six months, a rental eviction plan due to the demolition or substantial renovation of the property or (ii) the conversion of the rental property to include the use of , the hotel or motel or the unit development project, the landlord or the person entitled to enter into a rental agreement on his behalf, to disclose this information in writing to any potential tenant. In the event of a termination of the tenancy period, either by the expiry of the tenancy agreement or due to delay by the tenant, the tenant must immediately evacuate the premises, remove all personal belongings and leave the premises in good and clean order, except for reasonable wear and tear. If the tenant is not evacuated, the landlord can sue for damages, including reasonable legal fees. A. In addition to the terms of the tenancy agreement, the tenant: A. If the lease provides for it, the landlord and tenant can send messages in electronic form; However, any tenant who wishes can choose to send and receive paper-based communications. When electronic delivery is used, the sender must retain sufficient proof of electronic supply, i.e. an electronic receipt of the delivery, confirmation of the fax notification or a performance certificate issued by the sender confirming the electronic delivery. A. If the owner of a dwelling unit has actually divided, That the unit was previously used in the manufacture of methamphetamine and was not cleaned in accordance with the guidelines of page 32.1-11.7 and the applicable licensing provisions of Chapter 11 (Article 54.1-1100 and following) of Title 54.1, the lessor must provide a potential tenant with written information containing this information. This disclosure is made before the execution of a tenancy agreement written by the tenant or, in the case of an oral tenancy agreement, before the tenant has occupied. C.
The court further orders that if the tenant does not deposit the future rents due under the tenancy agreement, the court, at the landlord`s request, enters the judgment for the lessor and seizes an order of possession of the premises. A. If the owner of a dwelling unit is indeed aware of the existence of a defective dry construction in such a dwelling unit that has not been rehabilitated, the owner must inform a potential tenant in writing that the property has defective dry construction work. This disclosure is made before the execution of a tenancy agreement written by the tenant or, in the case of an oral tenancy agreement, before the tenant has occupied. For the purposes of this section, “defective drywall” refers to all defective dry bulkhead work at points 36-156.1.B. Any tenant who is not made available to disclosure in Point A may terminate the lease at any time during the first 30 days of the tenancy period, sending the landlord by authentication or recommended letter, confirmation of return, written termination.