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. A rental property contract in Virginia can be complex and must contain certain provisions, or you may be subject to damages and liability for damages suffered by the tenant. Contact an experienced Virginia rental landlord/lawyer to ensure that your rental agreement is coded with all local, government and federal laws in effect. B. A tenant entitled to terminate a tenant`s obligations under a tenancy agreement under paragraph A must do so by assigning the landlord a written termination taking effect on a date indicated in that written notice, which is payable at least 30 days after the first day of payment of the next rent and after the date on which the written notification is announced. When the tenant hands over the termination to the lessor, he must also make available to the lessor a copy (i) of the protection decision or (ii) of the conviction order. In the event of other rent violations, you must send the tenant a 30-day 21-day notice so that the tenant can repair the offence. (1) A guest housed in a hotel, motel, extended residence, vacation residence, including those housed under the Virginia Real Estate-Share Act (p.
55.1-2200 and following), a pension or similar temporary accommodation, should not be considered a tenant who resides in a dwelling unit if that person does not reside in a dwelling such as his or her principal residence. This client is exempt from this chapter and the innkeeper or owner of the land, or his representative, has the right to use the eviction under virginia law, without the need for an unlawful detention action before a competent court and a forced execution was pronounced on the basis of such a measure which would otherwise be required by this chapter. D. In cases of unlawful liability, a tenant may, to the landlord`s landlord or the landlord`s lawyer, any (i) rent due and due (i) on the date of trial; as agreed in the lease, pay, (ii) other fees and taxes, as stipulated in the lease, (iii) late costs agreed in the lease agreement, (iv) reasonable legal fees, as provided for by the lease or by law, and (v) the costs of the proceedings, as required by law, at the time the illegal detention proceedings are dismissed. If such a payment was not made at the time of the return of the illegitimate detainee, the tenant may pay the lessor, the landlord`s lawyer or the court all the sums that were paid on the illegal detention summons, including the outstanding rent, damages, late costs, court costs, civil forfeiture, legal fees and sheriff`s fees, no less than two working days before the date provided by the officer to whom the eviction declaration was issued.