Rental Agreement Lease In Virginia

One. Any member of the United States Armed Forces or a member of the National Guard who works full-time or as a National Guard public service technician may terminate their lease by the procedure described in Subsection B if the member (i) has received standing orders to change from 35 miles or more (radius) of the location of the housing unit; (ii) has received temporary orders of more than three months to leave the living unit for 35 miles or more (radius), (iii) has been discharged from active duty in the United States Armed Forces, full-time service, or national Guard technician status, or (iv) is ordered to report to government-served neighborhoods; this leads to the forfeiture of the basic allowance for neighbourhoods. B. A lessee who has the right to terminate that lessee`s obligations under a lease agreement in accordance with Subsection A must do so by sending the lessor a written termination on a date specified in that notice, due at least 30 days after the first day and payable after the date on which the written notice is made. If the tenant announces the termination to the lessor, the tenant must also provide the lessor with a copy of (i) the protection order or (ii) the conviction order. States will certainly be different in some rental and leasing requirements. Virginia Residential Rental Lease Agreement. This is a standard lease agreement for Virginia. For a custom rental agreement tailored to your specific situation, use the rental widget above. “processing fee for payment of rent by bad cheque” means the processing fee indicated in the rental agreement, which cannot exceed $50 and which is collected by a lessor against a tenant for the payment of rent with a cheque drawn by the tenant, on which payment was refused by the payment bank because the drawer did not have an account or insufficient resources. If the rental agreement does not require the tenant to take out tenant insurance, the lessor must notify the tenant, prior to the execution of the rental agreement, of a written notification that (i) the lessor is not responsible for the tenant`s personal property, ii) the lessor`s insurance coverage does not cover the tenant`s personal property and (iii) if the tenant wishes to protect his personal property, he should take out tenant insurance.