3. The information is a summary of the tenant`s rent table, including the amount of the tenant`s periodic rent; C. Any jurisdiction that enforces this chapter considers that the breaches of reasonable rules and regulations prescribed in this section are contrary to the lease agreement and that reasonable relief is granted to the lessor. If the rental agreement requires the tenant to notify the landlord of a longer planned absence of more than seven days and the tenant does not, the tenant can recover real damages from the tenant. If the tenant is absent for more than seven days, the landlord may enter the dwelling in reasonable conditions to protect his property and property. The tenancy agreement is considered terminated by the landlord at the time of termination by the tenant. If the landlord is unable to determine whether the premises have been abandoned by the tenant, the landlord must inform the tenant in writing, so that the tenant requires the tenant to notify the landlord in writing within seven days that the tenant intends to remain in the occupancy of the premises. If the tenant gives such a written notification to the landlord or if the landlord notices differently that the tenant remains in the occupancy of the premises, the landlord cannot consider the premises to be abandoned. Unless the landlord receives written notification from the tenant or finds that the tenant remains in the occupancy of the premises, there is a rebuttable presumption, on the date of notification from the landlord to the tenant, that the premises have been abandoned by the tenant and that the tenancy agreement is considered terminated on that date. The lessor must mitigate the damage in accordance with the provisions of S. 55 para. 1-1251. 3.
Insurance coverage is effective with the payment of the initial premium and remains effective for the duration of the tenancy; 2. The tenant, if in possession, must obtain in court the amount of rent due and not paid by the court, held by the court until an order is issued in accordance with subsection C. 1. A guest housed in a hotel, motel, extended residence, vacation apartment, including those housed under the Virginia Real Estate-Share Act (p. 55.1-2200 and following), a pension or similar temporary accommodation, should not be considered a tenant who lives in a dwelling unit if that person does not reside in a dwelling such as his or her primary residence. This client is exempt from this chapter and the innkeeper or owner of the land, or his representative, has the right to use the eviction under virginia law, without the need for an unlawful detention action before a competent court and a forced execution was pronounced on the basis of such a measure which would otherwise be required by this chapter.