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originally posted by: ThePublicEnemyNo1
a reply to: mwood
I own rental property and agree with the others that the state matters. However, you will in the end have to evict them if they don't sign your lease and you want them to move.
If they do decide to sign it, you need to put in specifics about the use of your land, permissions to use your land, etc. You have to be very thorough and exact. I own property in 3 states and one international piece and I constantly worry about what's going on. I know this sounds weird, but I don't rent to family either.
All in all, you have to protect your investment. You seem like a nice person, next time be nice with a contract.
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
email or mail via registered post and via a agent any correspondence such as request to sign lease, move shed etc,
Put it in writing, thats all you have to back you up in court. Thats where it will end up. Cover yourself now.