As a tenant what you must know before you sign a lease? At the start of every tenancy you should be given the following by the landlord or agent:
The first thing you should do before you sign the lease is read it thoroughly. If there is anything in it which you don’t understand, ask questions. Remember, you are committing to a legally binding contract for which there is no cooling-off period. You will want to be certain you understand and agree to what you are signing.
Only when you can respond with a Yes to the following statements, should you sign the lease.
In relation to any promises by the landlord or agent (for example, replace the oven, paint a room, clean up the backyard etc):
I am not being required to pay:
I am not being charged for:
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