Georgia Rental Rights
As you might already know, all 50 states in the U.S have slightly different versions of rental rights. This article will specifically discuss some important Georgia rental rights that will help both tenants and landlords to abide by rules. These Georgia rental rights might also help both the landlord and tenant to write up an agreement that will cover all the necessary clauses that are essential to a good rental or lease agreement.
Security deposit – Georgia rental rights – Georgia rental rights are laid out in such a manner that the landlord is required to refund the security deposit within a period of 30 days after a tenant has left or vacated the premises. The landlord can however retain the security deposit, either in full or in part, if the apartment is in need of repairs caused by the tenant. If the landlord is holding back the security deposit, Georgia rental rights will entitle the tenant to seek a full written explanation of the charges or estimates for repair. If the landlord fails to provide such an explanation, Continue reading