A deposit is a fixed sum of money that is normally collected at the beginning of the lease. Landlords have the right to collect a deposit from their tenants, but the use of that money is strictly determined by the laws of your state. In the event that the tenant of the residence adds another person (for example.B. roommate, family member, etc.), the rental agreement must be consulted on request. Standard residential rental agreements have guidelines that provide for the addition of new tenant extensions specifically as tenants. The additional tenant may be subject to a criminal and financial control as well as a verification of the rental history. In addition, the current lease may require a review to ensure that the occupancy limit is not exceeded. The rental agreement should be subject to a revision of the early termination clauses that allow it to be terminated without penalty. If no clause is found, the tenant can try to add legal clauses so that the lease can be broken without penalty. Clauses are made available at the discretion of the owner or the house management company if they act in the best interest of the owner. Depending on the reasons why the tenant may break the lease, some states offer options that would not make the tenant liable, even if this is not stated in the Standard Residential Lease Agreement.
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