Reject an applicant to your rental property without the legal risk
Rejecting applicants who want to rent out your residential property can be tough on a personal level, but it can also leave you vulnerable to a lawsuit from an angry would-be tenant. One word or phrase can make the difference between an above-board rejection and one that pushes a spurned applicant toward an attorney.
Use Nolo's Landlord's Applicant Rejection Kit to keep you from being at risk for a lawsuit when you inform an applicant that you won't be renting to them. Get instructions and explanations for when you should the following legal forms and how:
Notice of Denial Based on Credit Report or Other Information
Response to a Request for Further Information
Denial of Request for Further Information
Keep your rental property business thriving -- and steer clear of housing lawsuits -- with the forms provided in this all-in-one kit.