The current owner of the leased property transfers all the deposits and interest accrued on the deposits in his possession at the time of the transfer of the leased property to the new owner. If the current owner has entered into a written asset management contract with an executive representative in accordance with the provisions of paragraph E of p. 54.1 to 2135, the current owner must inform the executive representative in writing of the manager representative who requires the current owner to pay such bonds before counting with the new owner. After receiving the written notification, the manager transfers the deposit to the current landlord and informs each tenant in writing that his deposit has been paid to the new landlord in accordance with this section. B. A landlord may require, as a condition of tenancy, that a tenant have tenant insurance in accordance with the rental agreement, which is a combination of multifunctional policies including fire, other property and personal liability insurance, which insures personal property located in dwelling units that are not inhabited by the landlord. A landlord may require a tenant to bear the premiums of such insurance that the landlord receives in order to obtain such coverage for the tenant as part of the rent or as provided in this section otherwise. In accordance with the provisions of p. 55.1-1200, these payments are not considered a surety, but a rent. The landlord informs a tenant in writing that the tenant has the right to receive a separate policy from the landlord`s rental insurance. When a tenant opts for a separate policy, the tenant provides the landlord with written proof of that coverage and must maintain that coverage at all times for the duration of the tenancy agreement. When a tenant terminates the insurance required by the tenant`s tenancy agreement for some reason, the landlord may provide that tenant with insurance coverage for a landlord. The tenant is required to pay premiums for insurance such as rent or, as provided in this case, until the tenant has made available to the landlord written documents attesting that the tenant has taken over his own insurance coverage.

A. When a lessor illegitimately removes or excludes a tenant from the building, or intentionally assigns or causes the services provided to the tenant by interrupting or interrupting an essential service for the tenant, the tenant may receive an order from a general district court to recover the property, to compel the lessor to resume such an interrupted essential service, or to terminate the tenancy agreement; and, in all cases, recover the actual damages suffered by him and reasonable legal fees. If the lease is terminated, the owner has the full deposit in accordance with . 55.1-1226. “Tenant” means a person who has the right to occupy a dwelling unit to the exclusion of others only under a lease agreement, including a carpenter. “tenant” does not include (i) a licensed resident, (ii) a guest or guest, or (iii) a person who guarantees or co-signs the payment of the financial obligations of a tenancy agreement, but who is not entitled to occupy a dwelling unit. A. A guest client or tenant may be excluded by the owner of the owner`s land on the landlord`s property who violates the terms of the tenancy agreement, a local by-law or a national or federal law, after written notification is communicated to the client or tenant. A copy of the communication is provided to the tenant in accordance with this chapter. The notice of contract describes the behaviour of the client or the applicant charged, which is the basis of the owner`s action.

No renter in an apartment building unit can claim or accept a fee, royalties or other claims from a provider of cable television services, cable modem, satellite television, satellite television, subscription television or other television system in exchange for access to a single television service provider to the tenants of the landlord or access to tenants of such a landlord.