C. Notwithstanding Sections A and B, a lessor may terminate the lease in accordance with the provisions of s. 55.1-1253 or 55.1-1410 and bring an action in possession if: D. The tenant does not make payment in accordance with the court-ordered payment schedule or keeps the monthly payments agreed in the lease agreement to one of the landlords that are not established within five days of the due date set out in the tenancy agreement. , the owner submits a written notification to the author of the general court on a form provided by the executive secretary. the tenant did not make the payments in accordance with the plan. A copy of this written communication is in accordance with the tenant. 55.1-1202. 3. Insurance coverage is effective with the payment of the initial premium and remains effective for the duration of the tenancy; Whether you`re a landlord in Charlottesville with some recalcitrant Wahoos in your townhouse, or you`re renting an apartment in Norfolk and you can`t fix your air conditioning, understanding Virginia`s landlord-tenant law can keep you out of some serious dilemmas. Here is a brief summary of Virginia`s rental and rental laws. (2) A hotel, motel, extended residence, vacation accommodation, including facilities under the Virginia Real Estate-Share Act (pp. 55.1-2200 and following), boardinghouse or similar temporary accommodation, is exempt from the provisions of this chapter if accommodation is made available to a person for a fee if that person does not reside in such a dwelling as his or her principal residence.
A. No landlord or executive representative may pass on information about a tenant or potential tenant belonging to the lessor or executive agent to a third party, unless: 3. occupation by a condominium owner or a landlord of a condominium rental in a co-op; B. All information provided by an owner in accordance with . 55.1-1203, remain a confidential minutes of tenants and are not disclosed to individuals unless it is a subpoena. B. A tenant entitled to terminate a tenant`s obligations under a tenancy agreement under paragraph A must do so by assigning the lessor a written termination taking effect on a date indicated in this written notice, no less than 30 days after the first day of payment of the following rent and after the day upon the announcement of the written notification Payable. When the tenant hands over the termination to the lessor, he must also make available to the lessor a copy (i) of the protection decision or (ii) of the conviction order.