G. Unless otherwise stated in this chapter, the lessor may seek damages and be unable to intervene if the tenant does not comply with the tenancy agreement or the tenancy agreement 55.1-1227. In the event of a breach of the tenancy agreement or non-compliance by the tenant, the lessor has the right to recover from the tenant the following costs, whether an appeal is lodged or a court order is obtained: (i) rent due and due in accordance with the tenancy agreement; (ii) other costs and fees, as agreed in the lease, (iii) late fees agreed in the lease, (iv) reasonable legal fees, as stipulated in the tenancy agreement or as required by law, (v) the costs of the proceedings, as stipulated in the tenancy agreement or provided for by law, only if legal actions have been filed and vi) damages to the dwelling unit or premises as they are stipulated in the lease. E. Nothing in this section should be construed as such that (i) the lessor files a custody officer against the tenant for non-rental while that tenant participates in the program, or (ii) the lessor and tenant do not stop entering into a voluntary payment contract outside the provisions of this section. D. The lessor may also terminate the lease under the provisions of art. 55.1-1253 or 55.1-1410 for another reason not prohibited by law, unless the court finds that the reason for the termination was retaliation. C. With respect to a unit of a building, where an application to register the rental property as a condo or co-operative has been submitted to the Real Estate Office, or if, within six months, a rental eviction plan due to the demolition or substantial renovation of the property or (ii) the conversion of the rental property to include the use of , the hotel or motel or the unit development project, the landlord or the person entitled to enter into a rental agreement on his behalf, to disclose this information in writing to any potential tenant. 5.

Information is requested by a local police or public safety officer, government or federal in the performance of his or her duties; Subletting contract – the action of a tenant who chooses another person to use his rental room while it is agreed with the landlord. This type of rent is usually required to be approved by the landlord. The Virginia Standard Residential Lease Agreement is a document that is made between a person wishing to rent a unit or property worthy of life (the tenant) and a property manager or landlord responsible for the rental. The form serves many purposes, taking the most important 1) it is a way to ensure that the tenant understands their rights and obligations, 2) it provides important data, 3) it utility company and that is responsible for certain real estate costs, and 4) it serves as proof that the tenant has agreed to rent the property for a while and that he makes payments until the termination of the lease. B. The court orders a tenant entitled, pursuant to Subsection A, and its landlord to participate in the program and establish a court-ordered payment plan.