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Learning the Landlord’s Rights

Knowing your rights as a landlord can free you from a life full of headaches and mean surprises when dealing with your renters. You might want to get ideas on the essential rights that you can take advantage of as a landlord in order for you to have a harmonious relationship with your occupants.

Rights on Property Damages and Repairs

• If the renter does not want to pay the property repairs caused by his negligence, such expense can be deducted from his security deposit. You must furnish him a copy of all the receipts and explain to him all the deductions you have made.

• There is a need for you, as a landlord, to maintain the rental property in a livable condition which complies with the local health and safety standards.

• Damages that are caused by daily wear and tear must be fixed and arranged as soon as possible. Landlords are responsible for shouldering any expense for the repairs.

• When there is repair to be done in the property, you have to inform or notify the renters in advance. Generally, they have to know such notification one or two days in advance.

• When your property is damaged due to the negligence or abuse of the occupants, they will be the one reliable for paying the expense of repairs.

Rights on Collection of Rent

• When your renter is habitually late in paying the rent, you have the right to charge him a fee that is said to be reasonable. Normally, landlords impose 5-15% of the monthly rent.

• You can decide and set the amount of rent as to how much you want as long as the occupant is in favor to it. But, if there is a rent control in your area or your occupant is under a housing subsidy program, then you have to make necessary adjustments and considerations. Be sure to follow rules set by the real estate laws when computing for the rent price.

• It is your right, as a landlord, to get the monthly rent from your renters on the specific due date and terms written in the rental contract.

• When you will raise your rent, you have to inform or notify your occupants of such increase one to two months in advance. As for fixed term tenancy, you can stipulate any increase in rent until it ends unless the real estate laws or written rental contract allows you to do so.

Rights on Evicting the Tenants

• As a landlord, you have the right to evict the renters if they are stubborn enough to pay their rent or violate the agreed terms written on the lease contract. There can also be a possibility to evict a renter who is habitually late in paying the rent, which is in some other places.

• Eviction lawsuit can be filed as soon as you have written a notice to the renter giving him the last chance to fix everything.

• Even if you are the landlord, you do not have the right to perform extreme actions due to a stubborn tenant. You can not change the locks of their house or cut off the electricity and water supply anytime you want.

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Police Harassment Know Your Rights America Nazi Police State

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77-7-15. Authority of peace officer to stop and question suspect — Grounds.
A peace officer may stop any person in a public place when he has a reasonable suspicion to believe he has committed or is in the act of committing or is attempting to commit a public offense and may demand his name, address and an explanation of his actions.

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Image from page 265 of “Ontario Public School History of England : Authorized by the Minister of Education for Ontario for Use in Forms IV and V of the Public Schools” (1912)
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Title: Ontario Public School History of England : Authorized by the Minister of Education for Ontario for Use in Forms IV and V of the Public Schools
Year: 1912 (1910s)
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or right tovote, was extended to tenants in counties paying £50 a year,and to tenants in towns paying £10 a year. Before theReform Bill, the political power rested wholly with thenobility, clergy, and land-owners; after the Reform Bill, thegreat middle class, including tenant-farmers, professionalmen, skilled artisans, and tradesmen, were given a share inthe government of the country. 252. Social reforms.—During thelatter part of the eighteenth cen-tury, the slave trade began to/ / j^ I ■aSI f^. ^5k receive attention. Its horrors were -5 ? ^fcA, i »^ brought vividly before the people – ~ . in a book written by Thomas Clarkson, in which it was pointedout that more than fifty thousandMl^ml^^y^^9w ^i^g^o^^ were seized in Africa everyS mhrn /fflR^ year, and carried off to be soldin America. They were crowdedinto ships, chained and packedaway on shelves like merchandise.William Wilberforce ^ ^-^^i ^^ prohibit the slave trade was passed three times by the House of Commons, but each

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1807-331 THE HOUSE OF HANOVER 265 time it was rejected by the House of Lords. Finally, in1807, an Act was passed, but it did not set free those whowere already slaves; it merely made the slave trade illegalin British dominions. But men like William Wilberforce,Zachary Macaulay and others, who had devoted their livesto the freeing of slaves, kept up the agitation, and in 1833an Act was passed through both Houses of Parliament settingfree all slaves under the British flag. Twenty millionpounds was granted as compensation to the planters, andthe blot of slavery disappeared from the British Empire. One of the evils resulting from the rapid developing of themanufacturing industries was the employment of women andchildren in the mines and factories. They were frequently,in the mines, forced to do work fit only for strong men.Children of six were habitually employed, and their hours oflabour were fourteen to sixteen daily. In the factories thework was not so hard, but the hours were equally

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a quick diagram of the space
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– the space is about 5300 square feet in total
– the entrance is off the page, to the right
– on the right where it says "recp", that is the reception area
– there are 10 small offices along the east (up) wall, each for 1 to 2 people – each has interior and exterior windows
– there are two big rooms in the back (left), one is about 20×20 and the other is about 13×30
– there are two open areas, one towards the front, about 13×13 and one towards the back, about 25×40 (with a divot)
– there are five medium offices along the west (bottom) wall, each for 1 to 3 people… they’re slightly smaller than Betsy’s current office
– there is a kitchenette with a sink, plenty of counter space, and room for a refrigerator
– there is one interior (no windows) room, about 13×13
– the views out the windows are nothing to write home about but natural light is natural light
– one of the small offices in the "server room", with it’s own temperature controls and all the wiring ending up there
– I think there are four temperature control zones
– small offices
– medium offices
– back conference rooms
– middle of the building
– there are bathrooms outside our space; the men’s room was in good shape and had a single stall and urinal
– the space is on the third floor and takes up roughly 2/3 of the floor; the remainder of the floor is empty
– parking looks ample and is lighted; there is building security until 9 or 10 PM
– the entrance to the building is secured ("fob") in addition to a door to this space; there is currently only one other tenant in the building

Raymond and Barbara Lawrence’s children stand next to the hog pen, August 1982
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Raymond and Barbara Lawrence’s children stand next to the hog pen, August 1982

Date: 1982

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f42kc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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3 Ways That Private Investigators Can Help You Find Out More About Your Tenants

Private investigations is an industry that is gaining popularity in todays world. The service allows you to find out vital information about the people you will be dealing with.

Whether youre a property manager, property owner, or landlord dealing in the rental industry, private investigators can help you avoid welcoming the wrong tenant into your community. Although you may think that you can examine the background of your tenant applications yourself, private investigations can, simply put, do it better. And heres why:

More Access and Resources
Private investigations have access to far more resources and information. Because they are in the industry of checking people, they have the professional know-how to perform this more effectively and efficiently. Private investigators may have a long standing relationship with the police, FBI, or other similar organizations.

Time and Dedication
They have the time to focus on the task. Landlords, property managers and such have several other tasks and responsibilities. They generally do not have the time to concentrate on performing background checks and verifying information potential tenants have provided to them. Anyone whos done this before knows how time consuming it can be, and often are not as thorough as they wished they could be – possibly missing vital discrepancies. Private investigators have the time and dedication, since its their job!

Verifying Residence For Rent-Controlled Units
A very common concern for managers and landlords of rent-controlled apartments is whether the tenant of a unit is actually living there full time. Because rent-controlled apartments feature rent that is far below market value, many tenants sublet their units, charging a higher amount than what they themselves pay. They may also be using the apartment as part time accommodations, as a place in the city thats closer to work or a weekend retreat. While these tenants claim to live in the unit, in actuality they are making a profit and/or living elsewhere. This is unfair to others and the community in which they live.

Private investigators can track tenants as they perform their daily activities, secretly and surreptitiously.

For these reasons, private investigations can assist landlords, property managers and owners of rental units choose the right tenants, turn away the wrong ones, and verify residency in rent-controlled apartments.

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Commercial Refurbishment For Landlords – Attracting Quality Long Term Tenants and Keeping Them

This is a difficult economic climate for most business but the property sector, especially that of industrial and office space, has been hit the hardest. With companies failing or rationalizing, more commercial properties are entering the market and landlords are finding themselves having to offer a higher standard of refurbished commercial building in order to generate interest. Attracting quality long-term tenants is key to keeping cash flow flowing and not allowing a commercial property portfolio to stagnate.

Tenant’s Expectations of a Commercial Property

Tenants are looking for the perfect property for their business. Those starting up at the moment are very conscious of keeping costs down knowing their access to extended credit has been dramatically cut. Property costs have to be fixed for an extend length of time and at a price they are willing to pay. Businesses that have found times hard of the last few months are often relocating and downsizing in order to reduce overheads and companies with different locations are looking to reorganize and rationalise their space and merge premises. All this adds to increase pressure on landlords as their space is vacated, or leases renegotiated.

It’s a buyers market and tenants have the upper hand when looking at their potential new business property. Sympathetic treatment of the working space, up to date fixtures and fittings and the knowledge that all alterations, repairs and redecorations have been completed to a high standard are all needed to increase the possibility of leasing a commercial property. Tenants are looking to start trading as soon as possible from their commercial space with a need to maintain their intensity and momentum and minimise downtime. They do not have the time to find a commercial unit and then look to renovate and refurbish the property to a modern specification.

Many developers jumped on the property bandwagon of the early 2000’s and as a result, some have found themselves overstretched and with new build commercial units laying empty and costing money. Landlords find themselves competing with new build units, all of which will have modern energy efficient lighting and heating, up-to-date communications, security and power options.

Maximise Your Rental Potential

The decline in rental values means landlords need to explore ways to enhance the value of their buildings. Tenants know landlords are finding the commercial property market volatile, and will use a poor building condition to negotiate a lower rent or a reduced service charge. Refurbishing a commercial property will not only enhance the possibility of attracting a tenant, it will also present landlords with the chance to conserve their rent value.

Ongoing Desirability

Not only affecting the immediate value, the impact of quality commercial refurbishments and improvements can be felt at the lease renewal or review stage. In general, landlords have too much commercial space and have too few tenants chasing their vacant properties. Companies advising existing tenants on triggering break options and negotiations in regearing leases are having a greater impact and landlords who have not invested in quality commercial property refurbishments could find a drop in revenue from their existing tenants to add to the pressures they face in finding tenants for their empty units.

The Time is Right for Refurbishment

Many landlords have been reluctant to undertake refurbishment projects in the last few years with increased labour and material costs pushing prices up. Also with many of the properties within their portfolio in constant use, there has been no pressure on landlords to look at modernising their premises, relying on the obligations from their tenants as part of the agreed schedule of condition. However, many commercial refurbishment specialists are now able to offer a lower priced option that takes advantage of reduced VAT rates and their need to retain their skilled contractors during leaner months. This allows commercial landlords to invest in their properties, looking at providing units or buildings that begins to meet the needs of potential tenants. Landlords who have decided to invest see their properties being an attractive option to businesses who are looking to start trading quickly.

Tim Webster is company owner and director of TWP Designs. TWP Designs are commercial refurbishment specialists, interior office refurbishment, commercial dilapidations, car showroom refurbishments and office space planning. Their unique heritage in cabinetry means they can offer a bespoke design and build service allowing them to provide the perfect working environments.

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Don’t Talk to Police Officers Bad Cops

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS read: http://policecrimes.com/police.html – The Supreme Court recommends that you DON’T talk to police officers before or after you’re arrested, but you must say out loud “I’M GOING TO REMAIN SILENT.”

To the Police: You Are NOT the Enemy (Unless You Choose to Be.)

http://www.PoliceCrimes.com

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Lawrence family on the house porch and in the surrounding yard

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Lawrence family on the house porch and in the surrounding yard
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Lawrence family on the house porch and in the surrounding yard

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f11cp800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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128/365 – Rainy Afternoon
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We’re having a weird summer. It seems to rain a whole lot. This makes it incredibly humid. This would be OK, if the new tenants downstairs wouldn’t smoke right under my only window in my room.

Image from page 151 of “Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society” (1876)
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Title: Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. cn
Subjects: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
Publisher: Bristol, Eng. : The Society
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e a heart. The most curious and interestingcircumstance is that the body of the figure below the hands iscovered with a long heater shield, in length 23 inches, and inwidth 17 inches across the top, having on it in relief three largefleurs-de-lis, two and one. I am not aware of any similar monu-ment, and 1 do not think another exists of a female figure bearinga large knightly shield on her body. This peculiarity enables usto identify the individual whose tomb and monument it is. Thewimple head-dress, the border of quartrefoil flowers, and curlingleaves, and the heater shield, all point to the 13th century, andthe coat of arms equally points to the family of Cantilupe, whosearms were gules, three fleur-de-lis, or. I have therefore littledoubt that this is the effigy of Eva de Cantilupe, widow ofWilliam de Cantilupe, and Baroness of Abergavenny in herown right, which fact will remove all difficulty, and explain theanomaly of a lady bearing on her person the shield of a knight. Plate XI.

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Image from page 107 of “Agriculture, ancient and modern: a historical account of its principles and practice, exemplified in their rise, progress, and development” (1866)
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Identifier: agricultureancie01copl
Title: Agriculture, ancient and modern: a historical account of its principles and practice, exemplified in their rise, progress, and development
Year: 1866 (1860s)
Authors: Copland, Samuel
Subjects: Agriculture
Publisher: London, Virtue and company
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images of his wild andsportive excursions. % * The writer was once at a farmhouse in Norfolk, standing on the edge of a plantation: some of the farmers childrenwere amusing themselves (it being holiday time) in firing off a small cannon, with a bore about the size of a quill. Pre-sently came the squire with a couiile of keepers, to know who had been shooting. The case was humbly explained bythe tenant, who happened to be at home; but he got a severe rebuke for allowing his children to disturb the game. Hehimself was not suffered to use a gun, even to frighten the crows off his corn. t The writer knew one such character, whose siimmum homim of life was to follow the houuds or beat the covers byday, and join in the debauch at night. The day on which he died, and within an hour or two of the crisis, he expressedhis last wish, that he could see all the wine-bottles he had drank ont placed before him, for he was certain they would filla large barn ! * X Batess Rural Philosophy, p. 240. g2

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SECTION IX. TERRITORIAL CUSTOMS. Customs.—lu agriculture, tliis word is either of general or local application, andimplies tlie existence of certain rights, privileges, obligations, duties, &c., which, withoutany specific statute to enforce them, yet by reason of their antiquity, and the commonand tacit consent of the people, possess all the force of law. It is, in fact, upon suchrights, establislicd by immemorial use and exercise, that the common law is founded ; andtlie exponents thereof are the judges in our several courts, who, by reason of theirsuperior knowledge and lai-ge experience, are considered best qualified to give a decisionin respect to the validity or antiquity of a custom, and of the various circumstances bywhich it can be established. For this purpose a custom must be proved to have existedso long that the memory of man cannot reach its origin, or prove a contrary or hostilepractice. If its begiuniug can be spoken to as of date witliin memory, it is void. Itmus

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Image from page 959 of “Treasury of Irish eloquence, being a compendium of Irish oratory and literature” (1882)
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Title: Treasury of Irish eloquence, being a compendium of Irish oratory and literature
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: M., P. R P. R. M
Subjects: Speeches, addresses, etc., English English prose literature
Publisher: Boston, Mass., Murphy & McCarthy
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forth, Down with the land system thathas cursed and depopulated Ireland; and this slogan cry of warhas come from the Constitutionalists. In the name of the common good of our country, its honor,interests, social and political, let the two great Irish parties agree todiffer on party principles, while emulating each other in service toour impoverished people. Let each endeavor to find points upon■which they can agree, instead of trying to discover quibbles whereonto differ. Let a centre platform be adopted, resting on a broad,generous, and comprehensive Nationalism, which will invite everyearnest Irishman upon it. The manhood strength of Ireland couldthen become an irresistible power, standing ready at its post, whilethe whole Irish race, rallying to the supijort of such a platform,vould cry — Wc want the laM that bore tis!Well make that want our chorus; And well have it yet, tho hard to get,By the heavens bending oer us. SPEECH. BY ^— ^ V -^a -c Thomas Francis Meagher. [895 ]

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Speech At Conciliation ILvll, Dublin, July 28, 1846.. ^F^Y Lord Mayou — I will commence as IMr. Mitchell con-^ eluded, with an alhision to tiie Whigs. I fully concur with my friend, that the most comprehensivemeasures which the AVhig minister may propose, will fail tolift this coimtry up to that position which she has the right tooccupy, and the pcjwer to maintain. A Whig minister, I admit,may impiovc the piovince — he will not restore the nation. Fran-<;hi£es, tenant compensation bills, liberal appointments may ameli-orate, they will not exalt; they may meet the necessities, they ^villnot call forth the abilities of the coimtry. The errors of the pastmay be repaired — the hopes of the future will not be fnltiUed.With a vote in one pocket, a lease in the other, and full justicebefore him at the petty sessions, in the shape of a restored magis-trate, the humblest peasant may be told that he is free ; trust me, mylord, he will not have the chai-acter of a freeman, his spirit t

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Are Bad Credit Loans For Tenants As Difficult to Get Approved For As You Think?

Is there such a thing as Bad Credit Loans For Tenants? Usually if you have some form of adverse credit, such as defaults, arrears, CCJ’s or even bankruptcy, it is highly unlikely that any lender will want to lend you money. To make matters worse, if you don’t own your own property, you have nothing to offer a potential lender as security. This will usually send you straight to the bottom of the queue!

Well, perhaps this is how things were a few years ago. In the current economic climate, it appears that more people are falling into bad credit. Whether it’s because of circumstances beyond your control or just simply through always missing payments. The fact is a very large percentage of the population have some form of adverse credit.

This is where lender’s are starting to come round to the idea of Bad Credit Loans For Tenants. Usually a loan application and subsequent approval will be based on a number of factors. Your monthly income, your regular expenses and bills – such as, rent, taxes, utilities. Your potential lender will also want to take into consideration all your monthly outgoings. Food, entertainment, gas, travel expenses, etc.

They will analyze all these factors together before coming to a decision. A lender will always view someone with a poor credit rating as a risk, but they need to work out how much of a risk!

Usually I would suggest visiting your own bank first if you need a loan. They have details of all your financial records and you have built up a relationship with them over time. However, you may still be declined.

This is where many people now turn to the help of certain intermediary companies. These companies will usually have a large list of lenders who are willing to help people in your very situation. They can also do a lot of the “shopping around” for you. Rather than you having to phone or contact lenders by e-mail and go through numerous rejections. Why not let someone else do it for you!

The best thing to do is get an approval in principle from at least 3 or 4 lenders and then choose the one most suited to your individual circumstances. So getting Bad Credit Loans For Tenants doesn’t have to be as difficult as it seems.

Do you desperately need to know how to find Bad Credit Loans For Tenants?

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