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Joint Tenancy Rental Agreement

In university residences, for example, tenants fall in love, study abroad, attend internships, argue and give you, the landlord, headaches. In this case, the flexibility offered by the different leases may be worth their additional risk. In addition, parents often finance the rental of real estate. The requirement that a parent co-sign the lease can offer much more security than obtaining a joint agreement from a group of 19-year-olds. If one co-tenant shows up correctly, the lease for all the others ends in the common apartment. In this case, all tenants must leave, unless the landlord agrees to grant a new lease to anyone wishing to stay. Your landlord can ask for a single rental deposit and use it to cover things like damages or unpaid rent at the end of the lease.. . .