In every community, especially when it comes to concerns with rental property, tenancy contracts and agreements are the norm. The parties to the tenancy agreement are the tenant and either the landlord or his agent. The legislation specifies the conditions parties to a tenancy agreement must meet (Mann & Roberts, 2013). Additionally, the law outlines the rights to which each of the two parties is entitled. The rights and obligations and the penalties for breaching them are best illustrated using Roger as a tenant and Larry as a landlord.
Both tenants and landlords must abide by the law.
The landlord and the tenant in a tenancy are subject to the rights and responsibilities set forth by federal and state law. The tenant’s first obligation is to pay the agreed-upon rent on time or before that day. According to the conditions of the lease, the renter must pay the rent when it is due and in the amount specified. Depending on the mutually agreed-upon date, the term may be weekly, monthly, or yearly. Cleaning and maintaining the overall condition of the apartment or rental property is a double-duty task (Mann & Roberts, 2013). The tenant keeps the apartment spotless and stops rubbish from spreading. Third, any damage that occurred while the tenant was residing on the property must be fixed. Last but not most minor, any damages that need to be fixed must be reported to the landlord by the renter.
The tenant’s legal rights are defined. First and foremost, he or she has the right to enter and utilize the rental property. The facility should continue to be used and enjoyed by the tenant, the landlord, and other tenants. Second, if a problem emerges, the tenant has the right to communicate with the landlord or the accountable agent whenever it is deemed appropriate.