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- Closed weekends and all National Holiday’s
- Closed last Wednesday of each month: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Owners & Tenants: S&L Staff understands that day to day life can be stressful enough without a problem with your rental. However, taking it out on staff members is unacceptable. If you have a problem, talk with us and we will do our best to fix it. Threats, abusive language, harassment and general mistreatment of any staff member WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
- Tenants: We know how miserably hot it has been lately so we can certainly understand the need for good, reliable air conditioning. But did you know failing to change the HVAC filters on a regular basis can add additional stress to your system (not to mention upping your electric bill even more). In some cases, filters that are so dirty that they are clogged can cause your A/C system to seize and stop working. The same goes for keeping your thermostat turned down to unreasonably cool temperatures (below 74 degrees). If your A/C system is constantly running and trying to keep up, it WILL freeze up and stop functioning and in some situations seriously damage your A/C system. If your air conditioning stops working for any of theses reasons, TENANT WILL BE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL REPAIRS, REPLACEMENT AND LABOR COSTS AS A RESULT OF TENANT ABUSE AND NEGLECT OF YOUR SYSTEM. Consult your lease agreement for specific details.
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Frequently Asked Questions: ” I rented my 2 bedroom condo to a married couple 3 months ago and now they have divorced and the wife has moved out. Do I have to take her off the lease agreement?”
It would not be a good idea to take her off the lease at this time. It is a very common misconception among tenants that if somebody moves out during a fixed term lease agreement (and month to month as well) that it automatically removes them from any obligation to the lease. If the wife gives you a written request to be removed, common practice would be to see if the husband still qualifies to remain at the unit under his own merits. Otherwise, you are under no obligation to remove her from the lease. Generally, we recommend leaving the departing tenant on the lease until the initial term has expired and re-negotiate with the remaining residents.
Office: (951) 698-4030 Fax: (951) 698-4469