Notwithstanding Sections A and B, a lessor may terminate the lease pursuant to Sections 55.1-1253 or 55.1-1410 and bring an action in possession if: This is a unique period in our history. If your tenant has lost his job and cannot pay rent because of COVID-19, you should be understanding and try to work with him before chasing him. They may also be prevented from deporting them because of the federal moratorium on evictions, which came into effect on September 4. Stay professional, be nice, and let us all go together! 1. The tenant or potential tenant has previously given written consent; H. In a case where an action is pending in court for breach of the tenancy agreement or non-compliance by the tenant and the lessor, the court renders to the lessor and the tenant a judgment in cash for the requested discharge, which may include: (i) the rent due and due from the date of the trial agreed in the tenancy agreement; (ii) other taxes and royalties, as agreed in the lease; (iii) late fees agreed in the lease; (iv) reasonable legal fees, as agreed in the tenancy agreement or under the law, unless the tenant proves, in such an action, by an overload of evidence, that the non-payment of rent or eviction of the tenant was reasonable; (v) the costs of the procedure, as agreed in the lease or lease; and (vi) damage to the dwelling or premises. D. A lessor or executive representative may enter into an agreement with a third party to hold rental rockets electronically or on any other data medium. In this case, the lessor and agent are not liable under this section in the event of a breach of the electronic data of that third-party provider, unless it is gross negligence or premeditation.
No provision in this section should be construed as requiring a lessor or executive agent to compensate such a third-party supplier. B. A landlord may require a potential tenant to provide information to the landlord to determine whether any applicant can become a tenant. The renter may photocopy each applicant`s driver`s licence or similar identification with either the applicant`s social security number or the control number issued by the auto department pursuant to section 46.2-342. However, an owner must not photocopy the identification issued by the U.S. government, as long as it is an 18-member violation. It`s — it`s — it To determine whether any applicant has the right to become a tenant in the landlord`s housing unit, the lessor may require each applicant to provide a social security number from the U.S. Social Security Administration or an individual U.S. Treasury tax identification number. “Guest or guest” means a person other than the tenant or authorized resident who has the tenant`s permission to visit the premises but not to occupy. A landlord and tenant can agree in a rental agreement that the tenant pays prepaid rent.
When a lessor receives prepaid rent, he or she is deposited into a receiver account in a federal insurance custodian authorized to work in Virginia until the end of the fifth business day following receipt and remains in the account until the prepaid rent is due.