Handling a Tenant's Abandoned Property: An Overview
Whether a tenant moves out voluntarily or after an eviction, you may find yourself not only cleaning up and repairing damage, but also dealing with personal property left behind.
Handling a Tenant's Abandoned Property: Legal Notice Requirements
When you’re planning to dispose of property left behind by a tenant -- whether by tossing it, selling it, or giving it away -- many states require you to give notice to the tenant.
Handling a Tenant's Abandoned Property When the Tenant Owes You Money
Dealing with a tenant’s abandoned belongings is always bothersome, but it can be downright complicated when the tenant owes you money.
State Laws on Handling Abandoned Property
Most states regulate the way landlords must handle property left behind by departed tenants. Many set notice requirements as to how landlords must contact tenants regarding abandoned property.
My Tenant Left Behind Some Things, Can I Sell Them?
My tenant recently moved out, owing me a few months’ rent. He left behind a lot of his belongings, including a TV , bicycle, and sofa.
Can I Throw Out The Stuff My Tenant Left Behind?
A tenant vacated my property without paying rent for the last month, took the keys to the property with her, and left some of her belongings in the garage. I need to rent the property. What do I do with the belongings she left behind?