2. If a lessee described in paragraph (1) of this section, after the lessor terminates the lease, moves in accordance with ORS 90.427 (termination of the lease without rental reason) and the lessor has not submitted the required written lease before the lease begins, the tenant may recover the tenant`s actual damage or double the periodic rent, according to: what is greater. The lessor rents to the tenant and the tenant for the duration of this contract RV Spot #_____ southridge RV Park and is hereinafter referred to as RV Spot (one or more) and under the following conditions: This lease is concluded on the ____day of ______2013 between __Southridge RV Park. With its registered office in 1425 Turtle Creek, Lufkin, Texas 75904, here called owner, and (guest tenant) here designated as tenant. Some rules depend on the number of units of an owner. How does the tenant know this or how could a tenant know? If you are a tenant and want to know how many rental units your landlord has an interest in the property, there is no specific way to find out. You can search the Internet. You can ask the neighbors. You can also call the County Assessor`s Office for the county where you live and ask for information about a particular owner`s properties.
But at the end of the day, there`s no way a tenant can be sure how many units a landlord owns. This presentation is for non-lawyers, both owners and tenants, to explain the main legal changes that affect those who live or own leased property in Oregon. 1. In the event that a lease is provided for the occupancy of a recreational vehicle in a finite housing stock, RV stock or recreational vehicle fleet within the meaning of ORS 197.492 (definitions for ORS 197.492 and 197.493), the lessor must provide a written lease agreement for a monthly lease agreement, weekly or temporary. The lease agreement must stipulate that do these new rules apply to leases entered into before the new laws came into force? Remember that these new rules cover two areas: notices of rent increases and redundancies. With respect to notices of rent increases, the new law applies to all notices of rent increases issued after February 28, 2019. For terminations, the rules apply to all fixed-term leases concluded on or after February 28, 2019. And when it comes to monthly rentals, the rules for terminating monthly leases apply to all layoffs that would terminate a lease on or after March 30, 2019. Transcript of “More Legal Q&A: An Update to Landlord / Tenant Law in Oregon” Hello, my name is Troy Pickard and I am a lawyer who practices rental/lease law in Portland. Recently, I was one of the speakers at a public seminar on changes in rental/lease law in Oregon, and the seminar was registered and is available on this site.
When you see it, you will see that the audience had a lot of questions. For reasons of time, we were not able to answer all these questions, but in this video I will answer some of these questions. I can`t answer everyone, especially because some of the questions are very specific and we just don`t have answers to everything. . . .