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What about Pets in Rented Properties 

Pet lovers may be disappointed to learn that renting properties may limit their right to take care of pets inside the premises. All matters dealing with the keeping of pets within the property should be stated in the lease agreement, and if not, it should be communicated with the landlord to avoid potential disputes. http://www.propertymanagementrye.com.au

 

 
 
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Slide 1: What about Pets in Rented Properties If you happen to be an animal lover, it is very likely that one of your major concerns when looking for a place to rent is the rule surrounding pets. This is so much different when you own the house and have the freedom to keep a pet, provided that they do not violate government laws. In the case of rented properties, there are a lot of uncertainties about owning a pet and everything would have to depend on the agreement of the tenant with the landlord. Generally, there is no governing law about keeping pets in rented real estate Rye properties. There is no clause under the Residential Tenancies Act of 1997 mentioning the ownership of pets in rented houses or apartments. As this is the case, it will then depend on the tenancy agreement signed and agreed upon by the tenant and the landlord. It can be that the landlord would outright express that no pets are to be allowed in the rented premises. This is understandable enough as the landlord is only seeking to protect the property and the general satisfaction of all tenants. In some cases the tenancy contract may include a clause disallowing pets that can cause damage to the property or disturb the peace in the neighborhood. Animals that are not allowed to be kept as pets under local government laws will most probably be not allowed in most tenancy agreements as well. If a tenant, however, wishes to have a pet in a rented property, they need to discuss the matter with the landlord. The keeping of pets in the property may affect the insurance of the landlord. Properly discussing pet ownership would also clarify the terms and conditions and the responsibility of the tenant should the landlord allow pets in the premises. Irresponsible pet ownership may become grounds for eviction of the tenant from the property. This could happen if, for instance, the animal has been causing damage to the property or if there is considerable disturbance and annoyance among the neighbours. Tenants may also be evicted if the pet has become a threat to the neighbours’ safety. Provided the animal you take care of is not dangerous and considered harmless, the landlord may consent to your keeping such pet. In this case, it would be good to consider if the animal would have enough comfortable space to live in. If keeping pets in rented properties may be too restrictive and sometimes even impossible, it may be good to consider homes for sale Rye, so as to be liberated from the limitations. Pets are good companions helping us enjoy life more fully, but keeping pets in properties that you do not own may not be as simple as it seems. Making good communication with your landlord would ease you of possible troubles in the future if you decide to take in and take care of a pet. http://www.propertymanagementrye.com.au

   
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