Property Management in Hampton, VA will ensure that tenants provide written notice of the intention to move out. Don’t accept a verbal or casual notification of the intent to move; your rental contract normally includes a clause that requires written notice, and property managers may enforce this clause. Don’t accept an email that omits pertinent information and important details. While an email meets the legal criterion of written notice it must contain relevant details.
A proper notice should include the following details: how the notice must be provided, notice period, accessing the unit in the tenants’ absence, and the number of hours the landlord can access the unit. Property Management in Hampton, VA can provide you with a Tenant’s Notice of Intent to Vacate Rental Unit. This form will act as a guide that itemizes the requirement of a tenant seeking to move out from your rental property.
The important information contained in the Tenant’s Notice of Intent to Vacate Rental Unit form includes pertinent material to guide the process. The form includes information regarding approval by the tenant, for the landlord to enter the premises to show the property to workers or contractors, and potential tenants.Access to and entering the property by the landlord is based on reasonable notice by the tenant.
Once you receive verbal or written notice from a tenant and it is compliant with the terms and conditions set out in the lease, you should honor the move-out date. However, to avoid any misunderstandings with the tenant, insist that the tenant completes the TenantÃ¢??s Notice of Intent to Vacate Rental Unit form.
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