B. Any tenant who is not made available to disclosure in Point A may terminate the lease at any time during the first 30 days of the tenancy period, sending the landlord by authentication or recommended letter, confirmation of return, written termination. This termination takes effect 15 days from the date of notification or (ii) of the date of payment of the rent, if that date is later. However, the termination date may not exceed one month from the date of delivery. The termination of the tenancy agreement is the exclusive remedy in the event of non-compliance with the provisions of this section and does not affect the rights or obligations of the lessor or tenant arising from this chapter, other applicable laws or the lease. D. When a landlord receives insurance coverage on behalf of a tenant, the insurance policy covers the tenant as an insured. The lessor must recover from the tenant the actual costs of such insurance coverage and may recover administrative or other costs related to the management of a tenant insurance program, including a tenant who relates to the insurance coverage granted to the tenant in accordance with this subsection. When a landlord receives tenant insurance for its tenants, the lessor makes available to each tenant, before the execution of the tenancy agreement, a summary of the insurance policy established by the insurer or a certificate that inserts the coverage policy and, at the request of the tenant, makes available to the insured a copy of the insurance policy. This summary or certificate contains a statement indicating whether the insurance policy contains a waiver of the under-tax provision. The fact that the lessor has not submitted such a summary or certification or that he provides a copy of the insurance policy does not affect the validity of the lease.
Nothing in this section affects a lessor`s right to impose a wagering right, blank or sophisticated, on a tenant`s personal property in a dwelling unit or on the premises rented to that tenant, as well as the right of a landlord to insequit, to collect and confiscate personal property, as is customary by law. However, you cannot simply issue notice or leave the building. On the contrary, you must sue in the district court, where the rental unit is located, and ask the judge to terminate the lease because the property is not safe. Before doing so, you must write to the owner, inform him of the security breach and give him a reasonable time to resolve the problem. In Virginia, a period of up to 30 days is considered a reasonable period of time for the owner to fix all problems. To break your lease, you must send a written message to your landlord. “Application deposit” means any refundable deposit, but on your denoge, including all of the money that must be used as a surety in a tenancy agreement or property paid by a tenant to a landlord to be considered a tenant of a dwelling unit. Has. Except as provided in this section or otherwise provided for by law, a landlord cannot take retaliatory measures by increasing rent or reducing services, by initiating or threatening to sue for property, or by terminating the tenancy agreement in accordance with sections 55.1-1253 or 55.1-1410, after learning that (i) the tenant complained to a government authority responsible for enforcing a housing code or housing. (ii) the tenant has filed a complaint against the lessor for a violation of a provision of this chapter or bring an action against the lessor, (iii) the tenant has organized or become a member of a tenant organization or (iv) the tenant has testified before a legal proceeding against the lessor.