FORM: Tenant References

July 2009
Leases & Rental Agreements (9781413310511);2009, pF13
A form is presented regarding the reference of the tenant by his former landlord. Several details about the tenant are required to be made by the landowner including his ability to pay rent on time, lease violation and his behavior.


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