Hello Pete, I was able to locate the Virginia Condominium Act, but I`m not sure it answers your question. Section 55.1-1973 refers to the rental of residential units. Although it is said that the owner of the unit may be required to give the association the tenant`s contact information and signed recognition of the rules and regulations – it does not explicitly state that he cannot ask the tenant for a copy of the rental agreement. This seems to be a gray area and you can seek legal advice on this subject from someone who is familiar with Virginia condos and rent laws. Greetings, I signed my lease, I sent it to the owner, she received it and never signed the lease. I gave him my first month and my bond, and now I occupy the unit. Do I have a mandatory lease without their signature or do I rent from month to month? Thank you very much. Depending on the administrative agreement and local laws, a real estate administrator may or may not issue a copy of the lease to an owner. Consider this Washington Post anecdote: a couple of landlords sent a lease to potential tenants to sign.
I would recommend checking the language of the original lease on the terms if the residence continues after the expiry. I would also suggest contacting the local housing authority to find out more about the terms of the month-to-month agreement in that state. Leasing contracts are at the heart of a rental transaction. It is a contract that defines the broad outlines expected by both parties. Since the law will consider the lease as the main evidence, there is a dispute between the parties involved, it is important that you draw the agreement and follow the corresponding protocol in order to make it valid. Some tenants of our apartment complex have not received a copy of our rental agreement in more than a year from the date of signing, including myself. Is this a legal practice? The lease agreement must be signed by all adults residing on the land and by the trustee or owner.