Landlord-tenant relations.

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Landlord-tenant relations. Provides that a landlord may not sell a residential rental property that is subject to an unexpired written lease unless the landlord gives written notice to the tenant of the residential rental property not less than 60 days before the landlord lists the property for sale, unless certain exceptions apply. Requires a buyer of a residential rental property to honor an unexpired written lease between the previous owner and a tenant unless the buyer of the residential rental property gives written notice to the tenant that the buyer intends to terminate the lease, not less than 30 days before the lease is terminated, and pays the tenant an amount equal to one month rent plus the full security deposit as specified in the written lease.


Authored by Senator Hunley

Fiscal Outlook

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Fiscal NoteFiscal Note #1: Introduced2024-01-10 Click To View


Date Chamber Action
2024-01-29SenateSenator Niezgodski added as coauthor
2024-01-29SenateSenator Alting added as third author
2024-01-25SenateSenator Walker G added as second author
2024-01-10SenateFirst reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
2024-01-10SenateAuthored by Senator Hunley