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The rights and responsibilities that each landlord and tenant have in relation to the property for rent are outlined in landlord-tenant legislation. The fundamentals of renting a home, how to get or pay security deposits, and the fundamentals of local, state, and federal fair housing legislation, among other things, must be understood by both parties.
A landlord may prevent a tenant from using the property by evicting them, typically as a result of the tenant significantly breaking the terms of the lease and/or failing to pay the agreed-upon rent. However, if a renter reports housing breaches or other issues with the state of the home, the landlord cannot remove the tenant in retribution. The theory of retaliatory eviction is the usual name for this.

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