B. If the infringement is reparable by reparation or compensation for damages or in any other way and the tenant repairs the infringement appropriately before the date indicated in the notification, the rental agreement is not terminated. D. The information to be provided in this section shall be kept up to date and the provisions of this section shall apply to and be enforceable against any successor lessee or owner. A person who does not comply with this section becomes the agent of any person who is the owner for the purposes of service of the process and the receipt and issuance of receipts for communications and receivables. B. If the tenant acts in accordance with this section, he is entitled to recover reasonable attorneys` fees; However, he cannot act under subsections 55.1 to 1234 with respect to this offence. The rights of the lessee under this section shall not be taken into account until the lessor has terminated the lessor in writing; However, no rights are created when the condition was caused by the intentional act or by negligence or omission of the tenant, an authorized resident or a guest or guest of the tenant. Mould (§ 55.1-1215) – The owner must reveal in the list of move cheques that there is mold in each dwelling unit.
If the tenant discovers the presence of mold, he has five (5) days to respond from the date of occupancy. At the request of the owner, any personal property removed in accordance with this section shall be transferred to a storage area determined by the lessor, which is the residential unit. The tenant has the right to remove his personal property from the storage area designated by the owner for 24 hours after the evacuation or at other reasonable times, until the owner has transferred the property as provided in this section. During these 24 hours and until the landlord disposes of the tenant`s remaining personal property, the landlord and sheriff are not responsible for the risk of loss of such personal property. If the lessor does not grant adequate access to the tenant to remove his personal property, as provided for in this section, the tenant is entitled to omission or other remedies, as provided for by law. All state leases contain similar information required by federal law. For example, all rental/lease agreements should include: F. If the rent is not paid by the due date and the lessee is not served within five days of informing the tenant in writing of his non-payment and of the lessor`s intention to terminate the lease if the rent is not paid within the five-day period, the lessor may terminate the lease and obtain ownership of the premises under section 55.1-1251. When a rental cheque is sent to the landlord in an account with insufficient means, or where an electronic transfer has been refused due to a lack of means or where a default has been attributed by the authorised party and the tenant has not been notified of the rent within five days of notifying the tenant in writing about his non-payment and the landlord`s intention, the rental agreement, if the rent is not paid within five days by cash, cashier check, certified check or electronic transfer concluded, the lessor may terminate the rental agreement and obtain ownership of the premises in accordance with § 55.1-1251. Nothing shall be interpreted in such a way as to prevent a lessor, in the context of other damages filed under Articles 8.01 to 126, against unlawful detention, from requesting an increase in costs or lawyers under Article 8.01-27.1 or civil recovery under paragraphs 8.01 to 27.2, provided that the lessor has terminated under § 55.1-1202, which may be included in the five-day notice period granted pursuant to this Section.
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