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My tenant have consistently smoked in my rental house, despite a clear (but unwritten -- stupid me) statement prohibiting such activities. I have also verbally asked her and her guets not to smoke in the house. Because this requirement has been ignored, I have given her the required 30 days notice to leave. Does she owe me rent during that time?Kate
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Do you have a written lease in effect? I am a propfessional manager and if you have a written lease with a verbal statement of no smoking you may have a hard time getting this person out if they want to contest it. Not sure what state you are in but you should really seek legal advice if you are trying to get someone out and you do not have the no smoking in wriitng.
Yes, they owe rent for the time they are there. Since you requested they leave, I would recommend that you pro-rate the rent if they leave early.
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