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Ending a Tenancy

There are several important issues to consider when ending a tenancy. The following are common subjects.

Ending a Tenancy by Tenant

This section explains how a tenant can end his/her tenancy in several different situations.

Ending a Tenancy By Landlord

How and when your landlord can end your tenancy or evict you.


Before Moving Out

What to remember when leaving your rental unit.

Getting Your Deposit Back

How to make sure to get your deposit money back.
 
 

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