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    I am a new landlord and I am trying to decide which lease to use. I was given 2 leases by a real estate agent. One incorporates the Virginia landlord tenant act and the other one does not. Does anyone have any advice on which one I should use? Thanks for any responses.

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    As this is a UK site, with members familiar with UK laws and tenancy legislation, I doubt anyone here would be able to advise you fully.

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      #3
      Originally posted by bradmike99 View Post
      Virginia landlord tenant act .
      Does anyone have any advice on which one I should use? Thanks for any responses.
      As stated, get advice from U.S.A. sites.

      But, the Virginia landlord tenant act should apply even if not stated,
      as it's an ACT, it's the law; to protect tenants and landlords

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