Landlord and Tenant Relations

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1. 

A landlord wished to give a month-to-month tenant notices as to a 12 percent rent increase. The notice required is

2. 

A lessee of a lessee would be:

3. 

A tenant on a five-years lease abandons the premises. The lessor may not:

4. 

A landlord wished to  evict four families who were behind in their rents but did not want to incur legal expenses. The landlord cuts off the water supply to the tenants for 30 days. If a court later penalized the landlord for this action, the maximum penalty would be:

5. 

A Section 8 tenant must be given at least ___ days' notice to vacate:

6. 

The term demise is related to which word?

7. 

Although Mr. and Mrs. Sanchez's five year lease has expired, they continue to live on the property and pay their rent semiannually. They have a:

8. 

A tenant rents a summer cottage from June 1 to September 1. This is a(n):

9. 

When could a landlord insist that a tenant pay rent in cash?

10. 

Gianni enters into a percentage lease as a tenant. His rent is likely based on a percentage of his:

11. 

A right of first refusal differs from an option in that:

12. 

A landlord threatened a delinquent tenant with physical harm unless she vacated the premises. This action could subject the landlord to a penalty up to:

13. 

As to a lease, which of the following would be an implied covenant?

14. 

A lessor gives a lessee a lease for two years. The lessee does not get around to signing it but moves in:

15. 

A gross lease means the lessee pays:

16. 

What do residential tenants and owners of condominium units have in common?

17. 

A leae that does not involve the party in possession and the owner would be:

18. 

Jones has been Smith's tenant for 13 months on a month-to-month tenancy. To evict Jones, Smith must give Jones a:

19. 

A lease failed to state its term. The lease would be:

20. 

To maximize the income of a lessor as to commercial property with increasing desirability, the lessor should insist on a:

21. 

In which court would an unlawful detainer action be commenced?

22. 

A clause that relieves a landlord of any liability for injury to a tenant would be a(n):

23. 

A landlord can insist on a nonrefundable:

24. 

The landlord under a lease:

25. 

Smith decides to evict Ms. Jones, who has been a tenant for 12 years and is confined to a wheelchair because the income from the rent-controlled unit is not sufficient. Smith wants to use the space for storage. His notice to vacate must be for:

26. 

A lease prohibits assgignment without the approval of the lessor. The lessee assigns the lease without approval. The assignment is:

27. 

A landlord retained part of a security deposit without providing the tenant with receipts because:

28. 

As to unlawful detainer assistants, they:

29. 

Mrs. Aaron, who lives in a mobile home park, has just purchased a dog as a companion. The park has notified Mrs. Aaron that she must vacate the park within 60 days or get rid of the dog since park rules clearly prohibit pert. Mrs. Jones:

30. 

A landlord was required to give a translated copy of the lease to a tenant because the lease was negotiated in:

31. 

A lease clause that allows rent to fluctuate based on some stated criterion would be a(n):

32. 

The efficiency of an office building would be measured by:

33. 

A lessee transfers all of his interests. the transfereee would be the:

34. 

An estate for years would be creadted by:

35. 

In the question above, if Jones had only been a tenant for six months then the notice to vacate would have to be for at least:

36. 

To be recorded, a lease must be acknowledged by:

37. 

A tenant can properly defend against an unlawful detainer action by showing that:

38. 

A landlord may not:

39. 

Margaret leases Nathan's store for one year under a verbal lease; starting on that date, Margaret fails to take possession and indicates that she will not be bound by the lease.

40. 

Jones had not raised tenant Smith's apartment rent in nine years. Jones notifies Smith that the rent, which was $600 per month, will be raised to $1,100. The notice of increased rent must be:

41. 

A landlord brought an unlawful detainer action against a tenant, but the court determined the premises were not habitable. The landlord could be subject to:

42. 

A sublessee could be described as a(n):

43. 

Not required for a lease is:

44. 

A lease does not specify when the monthly rent is due. It would be due:

45. 

Albert grants Frank an estate for a lesser period than Albert has, Frank has a:

46. 

A tenant wishes to record her lease.

47. 

"Of definite duration" would most likely refer to:

48. 

Which of the following is true with respect to the assignment of a lease?

49. 

The landlord hired an ex-fighter to scare a tenant into moving in order to avoid eviction costs. The landlord could be subject to a penalty upto:

50. 

A lessee notifies the lessor that he is going to vacate because the lessor raised the rent. By mutual written agreement, the lessee agrees to continue on a year-to-year basis at the new rent (paid monthly). Either party has the right to cancel by written notice prior to the beginning of the next year. This is:

51. 

A tenant at sufferance is a:

52. 

The landlord must notify residential tenant of the right to:

53. 

A tenant under a 10-year lease at $1000 per month decides to go out of business. The premises currently are worth $1,500 per month. She would be best off to:

54. 

A tenant who received permissive possession without a tenancy agreement would have a:

55. 

A rental house is located on a farm. The maximum legal lease is:

56. 

The designation CPM stands for:

57. 

The maximum lease on agricultural acreage is:

58. 

The highest percentage on a percentage lease would probably be paid by a:

59. 

Which of the following would pay the lowest percentage on a percentage lease?

60. 

A lease whereby the lessee pays the property tax is probably a: