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California Tenants: A GUiDE TO RESiDENTiAL TENANTS’ AND LANDLORDS’ RiGHTS AND RESpONSiBiLiTiES

The central panel of the northern and southern walls contained a quadrant painted with xenia, while the wall of the ground floor, or west, was an image of the river Sarno as penates placed between two festoons of flowers. The image was described as a bearded god wearing a crown of reeds. He was sitting on the ground under the shade of a sacred tree. Resting on his left elbow on an overturned urn, he held a reed in his left hand, and his right hand rested on the corresponding knee. He was nude from the upper part of his...

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Pearl Villa Instruction Manual for Owners, Consultants, Contractors and Suppliers

Advantages. The advantage to the tenant is that the rental period is fixed and the rental amount is stable; the landlord may not regain possession or raise the rent, with few exceptions. The advantage to the landlord is that the tenant is committed to pay rent for a specified period of time; the tenant is bound by the lease terms, with few exceptions. Disadvantages. The disadvantage to the tenant is that he or she is bound by the lease term and may not simply move without remaining liable for the rent, permitting fewer changes in arrangements. The disadvantage to the landlord...

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Who is Father Luigi Villa?

Usually, towns and cities set aside or “zone” specific areas for highrise apartment buildings. You will see clusters of highrises in the downtown core. Some are apartment buildings. Some are office buildings and stores. You will also find highrise apartment buildings on the outskirts— suburban areas or suburbs—of towns and cities. Land costs in big cities are high. For that reason, there are usually many apartment buildings in big cities. Apartments can be ideal for people who cannot afford to buy a house. Young adults and newcomers often live in apartments in the centre of a city, where services and public transportation are close by. Suburbs are typical features of Canadian...

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The Newcomer’s Guide to Canadian Housing

There are many different types of housing in Canada. Housing types are similar across the country. Often, different words describe the same type of housing in different parts of the country. In Canada, each level of a house or a building is a storey. A storey is one level. The ground level or ground floor is the first storey, the second floor is the second storey. A basement is not a storey. Canadian houses almost always have finished or unfinished basements. A basement is not the same as a cellar. To Canadians, a cellar is an unheated storage space below ground. Basements are heated and usually only partly below ground level....

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DISSERTATIONES MEDICINAE UNIVERSITATIS TARTUENSIS

Canadians take care of their houses and gardens. They expect their neighbours to take care of their houses and gardens. In most cities and towns, municipal bylaws require homeowners to keep their property neat and tidy. Some cities require owners to shovel the sidewalk in front of their house in winter. If you rent an apartment, this is the landlord’s responsibility. Most Canadians want to eventually buy a home. When Canadians grow older, they often sell their houses and use the money from the sale to buy a condominium or rent an apartment. Many Canadians keep their distance from their neighbours. Children are not as reserved as adults. If you have children,...

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MSN REAL ESTATE - SAMPLE PLAN

A fact of life in Canada, especially in the large urban centres, is time pressure. Many Canadian cities occupy large geographic areas. People commute to and from work by car or public transit. Commuting takes time. Most Canadians don’t have as much time as they would like for friends, families and neighbours. This has affected the way of life, so that for some immigrants, Canadians appear to be less willing to take time for leisure activities. Many newcomers to Canada find this very different, especially if they are from cultures which place an emphasis on personal and social interaction, where they tend to walk rather than drive, and where they tend to...

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SUCCESSFUL APARTMENT LIVING

Condominium ownership is ownership of a unit, usually in a highrise. Condominiums can also be townhouses or lowrises. Condominium ownership means you own the unit you live in and share ownership rights for the common space of the building. Common space includes areas such as corridors, the grounds around the building, and facilities such as a swimming pool and recreation rooms. Condominium owners together control the common areas through an owners’ association. The association makes decisions about using and maintaining the common space. Rental Rental gives you the right to live in—but not sell— an apartment or a house. It is possible to rent any type of housing, but most rental units...

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VILLA SAN CARLO BORROMEO

The chances are that the first place you live in Canada will be rented. You can rent a place to live on a month-to-month basis, or rent for one or two years. There are many different types of living places for rent. The following are the different types of rental accommodation you will find in most Canadian cities and many towns. Co-operative or co-op housing Co-op housing is a type of subsidized housing. Rent for about half the units is geared-to- income—the rent is what the tenant can afford to pay. Rent for the other units is market or near-market rate. All the tenants of a co-op take part in...

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ISSUES IN ROMANO-CAMPANIAN WALL PAINTING: THE VILLA BOTTARO AS A CASE STUDY

Public housing usually refers to houses or apartments the provincial government built and manages through a local housing authority. Most often these apartments, are for people who are most in need. Public housing sets rent on what the tenant can afford—rent geared-to-income. To get public housing you must be at least 16 years old and a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant. Shared housing Shared housing can be an apartment or house that you share with another person, or another family. In a rooming house, a shared house or apartment, there are private bedrooms. You share the kitchen, bathroom and other living space with other people. ...

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RENTAL HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER - CITY OF BOSTON

Mary lay down in a long cane chair and toll Nina, the maid, to bring tea. Another chair waited for Edgar. There was not a cloud in the sky, and the city below, in the distance, was bathed in the soft clear brilliance of the June afternoon. She heard a car drive up. A moment later, Ciro, the Leonards' manservant and Nina's husband, ushered Edgar on to the terrace. Tall and spare in his well-cut blue serge and a black Homburg, he looked both athletic and distinguished. Even had she not known, Mary would have guessed that he was a...

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Energy Use By Apartment Tenants When Landlords Pay For Utilities

`Am I telling you something you don't know when I tell you that I've been head over heels in love with you since you were a kid with bobbed hair?' What did one say to that? One laughed brightly. `Oh, Edgar, what nonsense you talk.' `You're the most beautiful creature I've ever seen in my life and the most delightful. Of course I knew I hadn't a chance. I was twenty-five years older than you. A contemporary of your father's. I had a pretty shrewd suspicion that when you were a girl you looked upon me as a funny...

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FINANCIAL 101 FOR YOUR FIRST APARTMENT

For the first few weeks of her stay she had spent much time seeing the sights: she passed pleasant mornings at the Uffizi and the Bargello, she visited the churches and wandered at random in old streets; but now she seldom went down to Florence except to lunch or dine with friends. She was satisfied to lounge about the garden and read books, and if she wanted to go out she preferred to get into the Fiat and explore the country round about. Nothing could have been more lovely with its sophisticated innocence than that Tuscan scene. When the fruit...

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MY OWN RESOURCES UP AT THE VILLA

THE villa stood on the top of a hill. From the terrace in front of it you had a magnificent view of Florence; behind was an old garden, with few flowers, but with fine trees. hedges of cut box, grass walks and an artificial grotto in which water cascaded with a cool, silvery sound from a cornucopia. The house had been built in the sixteenth century by a noble Florentine, whose impoverished descendants had sold it to some English people, and it was they who had lent it for a period to Mary Panton. Though the rooms were large and...

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COMPREHENSIVE NUCLEAR-TEST-BAN TREATYPREAMBLE

An oral agreement means that you do not write anything down. Oral leases have the advantages of being uncomplicated and usually do not commit the tenant for the summer, when most college students leave town. But, be careful. Holding your landlord to any promises that were not written down is often hard to do. Th erefore, using a written agreement is ideal if there are specifi c details that need to be addressed. Furthermore, a landlord can terminate an oral lease with proper notice. Unless you and your landlord agree otherwise, the schedule of rental payments will set the...

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IWABO VIllA-s1x Pellets heating for houses

A written lease contains obligations for both the landlord and the tenant. Unless the lease says diff erently, the landlord cannot raise the rent during the term of the lease. But, unlike most oral leases, written leases usually commit a tenant to rent payments for a fi xed amount of time, whether or not the tenant lives in the apartment. In Florida, a landlord does not have to make any special eff orts to re-rent your place if you breach the lease by moving out early. (Fla. Stat. § 83.595 (1)(c)). A written lease also minimizes disputes...

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GUIDE TO APARTMENT LIVING 2012-2013

Florida law requires both the landlord and tenant to exercise “good faith” and honesty in their dealings (Fla.Stat. §§ 83.43(8) and 83.44). An unconscionable clause in a lease is one that is far beyond what is considered reasonable to an ordinary person. Naturally, the law prohibits unconscionable lease clauses, and the court may invalidate the clause or the entire lease agreement. (Fla.Stat. § 83.45) Additionally, if a lease clause excludes any rights specifi ed in the Landlord/ Tenant Act, or limits any other legal liability of the landlord or tenant, the clause is unenforceable. (Fla. Stat. § 83.47)...

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LEASE FOR A RENT STABILIZED APARTMENT

Be sure that you understand everything in the lease. If you want something changed, you can do so right on the lease, by crossing that part out, writing in the changes, and having both parties initial the new wording. Do this on both your copy of the lease and on your landlord’s copy. (ex. “both parties agree that the pet fee is refundable.”) If you and your landlord agree on a particular meaning for an ambiguous term, then you may write in the clearer term and initial the newly agreed upon meaning. Be sure to...

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Drug Dealing in Privately Owned Apartment Complexes

Th e security deposit consists of any money that the landlord holds as security to protect the landlord from unpaid rent or damage to the apartment. Th e tenant may not defeat the purpose of the deposit by using the deposit as the last month’s rent. Th e term “deposit money” includes damage deposits, security deposits, advanced rent, pet deposits, and any other contractual deposits agreed to by the landlord and tenant. (Fla. Stat. § 83.43(11)). Always get a receipt for the deposit, although you can simply write this into the lease....

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Explanatory Statement and Findings of the Rent Guidelines Board In Relation to 2011-12 Lease Increase Allowances for Apartments and Lofts under the Jurisdiction of the Rent Stabilization Law

Th e landlord cannot automatically keep the deposit because the tenant breaches the lease. Th e landlord can only take compensation for damages caused by the tenant. If the lease contains a provision allowing the landlord to keep the deposit upon the tenant’s breach, whether that is a valid provision will have to be determined by the court. Florida law specifi es how your landlord may hold your deposit money. Th e landlord may place the deposit money in a separate non-interest-bearing account, but if the landlord puts the deposit in an interest-bearing account, then the landlord must pay you...

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Pierce and Pepin Counties Apartment Recycling Program Survey: Summer 2005

When your lease has ended and you have moved out, your landlord has 15 days to return your deposit, if the landlord does not intend to make a claim against your security deposit. If a claim against your deposit is made, then the landlord has 30 days to give you written notice (by certifi ed mail, to your last known mailing address) that a claim has been made and what the claim is for. If your landlord fails to send you this notice within the 30 days, then the landlord forfeits the right to take any deductions at...

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Tenants’ Rights Handbook

Upon your moving in and when you move out, ask to accompany your landlord while the apartment’s condition is inspected. When you move out, clean the whole apartment thoroughly, including the bathroom and kitchen walls, appliances (including the range, oven and refrigerator), fl oors and furniture. Give your landlord a forwarding address. Th e most common problem in recovering a security deposit is proving the condition upon moving out in comparison with moving in. You should take photos and have witnesses who are not tenants examine the apartment and sign statements about the apartment’s condition. When you move in...

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APPLICATIONS OF REVENUE MANAGEMENT IN APARTMENT RENTAL INDUSTRY - UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

Th e key to winning any dispute, especially one in court, is having substantial proof of the facts in dispute. Th is is best done by putting all complaints in writing, making a copy for yourself, and if possible, sending all correspondence by certifi ed mail. Th is is what is known as creating a paper trail, which is very important because this way when a dispute arises, you will have all the information you need right in front of you for the other party to see. In the unfortunate case of a dispute going to court,...

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Casa Domina Retirement Villa Business Plan - Small Business Management 42.360

If you can still live in your place despite the problem, then you should fi rst write your landlord explaining the situation, and informing the landlord of any housing, building or health code violations. Sending a letter like this is the best way to get repairs done and still stay on good terms with your landlord. You should keep a copy of this letter. If appropriate, you may want to suggest that your landlord reduce the rent until he repairs the problem. You may also want to warn him that you may withhold rent if the problem...

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Energy Consumption Characteristics of High-rise Apartment Buildings according to the Building-shape and Mixed-use Development

Give your landlord written notice explaining that you intend to withhold rent if the landlord does not begin making repairs within 7 days, and specify the material noncompliance (example: for a category ‘1’ violation) for which the landlord is at fault. Notify your landlord, apartment manager, or rent collector, in person or by registered mail and keep a copy for yourself. mail and keep a copy for yourself. mail Th e defense of non-compliance with FL S. 83.51 can be raised by the tenant if seven days have elapsed after the delivery of written...

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The Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report 2011-12

If the problem is serious, you have the right to leave if you have given your landlord a seven-day notice. For example, if the landlord fails to comply with the material provisions contained in the lease or in category “1” as described above (maintaining building, housing, and health codes), the tenant may terminate the rental agreement. If the landlord’s failure to comply makes the dwelling unlivable, the tenant will not be liable for rent (Fla. Stat. §83.56(1)(a)). But if you move out and your landlord then sues you for unpaid rent, you will have to pay the rent to...

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DRIVERS OF APARTMENT LIVING IN CANADA FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

However, the advantage for the tenant in moving out is that this will make the court more likely to eliminate the rent completely for the time during which the tenant vacated. Also, if you have a strong case because the problem is serious, then the landlord might not sue you for the rent at all. If your landlord does repair the problem, then you will have to move back in for the rest of your lease. However, the court will probably require him to abate your rent and pay your moving expenses. You should get legal advice before...

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Fire Behavior Case Study

An oral or written lease containing a specifi c duration may specify the terms for ending the lease. (Remember that any lease for more than one year must be in writing to be binding.) Th e lease could also end automatically at the end of the lease period and not require either party to notify the other. Be careful of any automatic renewal clauses that renew the lease for a certain period. If your lease is oral and there is a discrepancy as to the duration of the lease, it most likely will be treated as one without...

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Apartment Complex Fire, 66 Units Destroyed

If you breach your written lease by moving out before the lease expires, your landlord can hold you liable for any damages and for the remainder of the rent. However, if the landlord retakes possession of the dwelling unit, the landlord has an obligation to make a good faith eff ort to fi nd another tenant. Th is means making the ordinary eff ort to rent which the landlord would make for any apartment. (Fla. Stat. § 83.595(2)). But the landlord does not have to give special priority to your apartment. If the landlord does...

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Katsura Imperial Villa: A Brief Descriptive Bibliography, with Illustrations

Th is is the most common type of subletting. If there are no restrictions in the lease regarding subletting, a tenant under a lease for a defi nite period may sublet the premises. A sublease is a contract between the tenant moving out and a new one moving in for a portion (usually the remaining portion) of the primary lease. Th e subtenant takes over and agrees to pay rent to either the primary tenant, or directly to the landlord. In this case, you, the primary tenant, are acting like a landlord to the subleasing tenant....

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ITALIAN VILLAS ...

We will contact tenants who are in arrears, personally, by phone, and/or by letter. Our arrears collection system will automatically charge late charges on all overdue accounts. Renters who leave without paying their rent will be registered with the Credit Bureau (Equifax) and appropriate collection action and/or legal proceedings will be pursued on the direction of the Landlord. We have negotiated with the Bank to receive interest on the average daily balance on your accounts. This means you will receive a greater return on your investments. Commercial tenants in arrears will have their locks change or legal actions will commence to secure all arrears....

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