Landlords cannot raise the rent unless the lease allows for it. Tenants with a fixed-term lease, such as a 1-year lease, cannot have their rent raised during that term if their lease does not allow for it, states FindLaw... More »

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A tenant rent increase notice is a letter written to tenants stating that the landlord is raising the rent. Most areas have laws that state the landlord must supply the rent increase notice before officially raising the ... More »

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Serving a rent increment notice to a tenant can be done either in person or through mailing, notes yourlegalcorner.com, but the process of serving may vary from one state to another. Landlords should study the tenancy la... More »

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The process of renting out a house to tenants involves advertising for tenants, prescreening the potential tenants, making background checks on the potential tenants and the signing of the rental lease agreement. Renting... More »

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Find examples of a restaurant rent lease on sites such as RocketLawyer.com, LawDepot.com, Proposal-Samples.com and MoreBusiness.com, as of 2015. Some site offer interactive tools to build a custom lease, while others pro... More »

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Rent-to-own homes offer the renter an option to purchase the home toward the end of the lease period at a fixed price, states Les Christie for CNN Money. For this, the renter makes a down payment and pays a higher rent t... More »

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A restaurant rent lease is the agreement between the landlord and restaurant owner covering the rental terms for the commercial property. Restaurant owners may choose to lease restaurant space if they don't have enough m... More »

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