The landlord is responsible for maintaining the property and ensuring that it is habitable.
The landlord has the right to inspect the property at reasonable times with prior notice to the tenant.
The landlord is required to provide a safe and secure living environment for the tenant.
The landlord is responsible for ensuring that all necessary repairs are carried out promptly and efficiently.
The landlord has the right to set the rental rate for the property and may increase it at the end of the lease term.
The landlord must provide the tenant with written notice of any rent increases or changes to the lease agreement.
The landlord is not allowed to discriminate against tenants based on their race, religion, gender, or any other protected characteristic.
The landlord must return the tenant's security deposit at the end of the lease term, minus any deductions for damages or unpaid rent.
The landlord is responsible for complying with all applicable housing laws and regulations.
The landlord and tenant should maintain open and clear communication to ensure a positive and respectful landlord-tenant relationship.