Before the rental, most landlords will ask you to fill out a written rental application form. A rental application is different from a rental agreement. The rental application is like a job or a credit application. The owner will use it to decide if they are renting you. A typical lease also includes each party`s lease fees and obligations, rental details (the amount owed, payment frequency, late fees, etc.) and other payment information, such as security data.B. In addition to the information contained in a typical agreement, a full lease agreement can determine whether the property is established or not (with the possibility of including a description), designate a property manager acting on behalf of the lessor and indicate whether the tenant can manage a real estate transaction on the site. With a rental agreement, landlords can declare that they rent a room as opposed to an entire unit. With a room rental agreement, landlords can be assured that tenants understand their rights and obligations, including rent, when due, the parts of the property they can access and much more. 16 Code 10167. 17 Code of Business and Professions Section 10167.9 (a).

18 Code of Business and Professions Section 10167.10. 19 BGB Section 51. 20 Government Code Sections 12955 (b), 12955.1-12955.9; 12989-12989.3; 42 United States Code Sections 3601-3631; Moskovitz et al., California Landlord Tenant Practice Sections 2.22-2.25 (CEB 2009). 21 Government Code, Section 12955, Point b). 22 Civil Code Section 1940.3 (b). See California`s Guide to Practice, The Tenant Lord, paragraph 2:569.1 (Rutter Group 2009). 23 Code of Government Section 12955 (p) (2). 24 Government Code Sections 12900-12996; Civil Code Sections 51 to 53; 42 United States Code Section 3601 and below. However, after you and the owner have agreed to rent the accommodation, the landlord can ask for proof of your disability if you require „suitable accommodation” for your disability, such as the installation. B special fittings or door handles. (Brown, Warner and Portman, The California Landlords` Law Book, Vol. I: Rights – Responsibilities, pages 161-163 (NOLO Press 2009)).

(For an in-depth review of discrimination, see Chapter 9 of this reference). 25 Health and Safety Code, Section 17922. See 1997 Uniform Housing Code Section 503 (b) (b) (each residential rental unit must have at least one room of at least 120 square metres; other rooms used for the dwelling must be at least 70 square metres; and each room used for sleeping must increase the minimum floor space area by 50 square metres for each occupant over two square metres. „Efficiency units” are subject to different rules. (1997 Uniform Housing Code Section 503 (b), Health and Safety Code Section 17958.1.) 26 Brown, Warner and Portman, The California Landlord`s Law Book, Vol. I: Rights – Responsibilities, pages 166-167 (NOLO Press 2009). This note suggests that an owner`s policy, which is more restrictive than two occupants per bedroom plus an additional occupant, is considered discriminatory.

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