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Local authorities as landlords of tenanted non-residential property.

Neil Martindale

Local authorities as landlords of tenanted non-residential property.

by Neil Martindale

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Published by University of East London in London .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc. Land Management and Development) - University of East London, 1994.

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Open LibraryOL21253619M

PROPERTY CODE. TITLE 8. LANDLORD AND TENANT. CHAPTER RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES. SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS. Sec. DEFINITIONS. Except as otherwise provided by this chapter, in this chapter: (1) "Dwelling" means one or more rooms rented for use as a permanent residence under a single lease to one or more tenants. The sale and lease of properties in Singapore are subject to GST except for residential properties. GST is also chargeable on the supply of movable furniture and fittings in both residential and non-residential properties. Real estate agents must charge GST on the brokerage fees received from the real estate agencies. From 1 Jan , GST-registered businesses which procure services from.

A landlord MAY NOT evict you solely in retaliation for the tenant complaining to a governmental agency about code violations or asserting other tenant rights. Nonpayment of Rent The landlord must serve the tenant a written notice allowing three days, excluding weekends and legal holidays, for the payment of the rent or vacating of the premises. The local building inspector, or state or local health department, are the authorities to contact if your complaint relates to the health or safety of the tenant(s). The name, address, and telephone number of those organizations can be found in your local telephone book under city, county or state government.

State and Local Government on the Net and Municode are good sources for finding local governments online. Also, your local public library or office of the city attorney, mayor, or city or county manager can provide information on local ordinances that affect landlords and tenants in Maryland. Federal Landlord-Tenant Laws and Regulations.   [Health and Safety Code §(d) -see below] The government can require the landlord to pay for temporary relocation assistance to the tenants, including the higher rent at the temporary location, moving and packing all personal property, costs of moving machinery or equipment, and set a definite date for the moves, with the written right.


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