But I have a tenant who will leave in the spring. I received a complaint about the tenant dog, which is a very large breed, and he concludes that it is in everyone`s interest for the dog to leave. I submitted this in writing to the tenant and he refuses to remove the dog or leave. The lease is over, but because they pay their rent, I have to give them a modest 2 months in advance. My property insurance is only effective if my lease is effective and I have given that something could happen. I have terminated the pet clause in writing with the tenant and set a date for the dog to stop. that date has passed. I must say that, given the information you have received, I would also ask them to move. I know that at first it can be difficult for you to find a tenant (where I live, rented properties get caught because it is very difficult to get a mortgage, but in the long run, I think it will be better than these tenants take advantage of it. Unfortunately, it`s tenants like this who give us all bad names and prevent us from renting with pets. If we were ever told to move, I`m afraid to think about what was going to happen, I can`t give up on our beloved fur family.
I wish you good luck to the disoriented. If they do not choose to do so, one of you may terminate the rental agreement with a period of at least one month (provided that the rent is paid monthly) from the date of payment of the rent. I am a good owner and I gladly accept pets, children and tenants own decoration in my properties. The full policy can be downloaded here: www.letswithpets.org.uk/downloads/pet-clause-policy.pdf The tenant agrees that he/she complies with the Pet Policy, as attached to Appendix 1 of this rental agreement. Some landlords receive tenants with pets to cover the cost of professionally cleaning the property once they have moved. This can be written into the rental agreement, and here is an example of a clause: however, if you are treated carefully, all the risks associated with the admission of pets by tenants can be reduced to a minimum. By keeping things fair and reasonable, owners can benefit from a growing market of pet owners. These tenants can stay longer if they find a property that is highly sought after for pets. .