|No Email Disclosure Lease Addendum|
Do Your Tenants Enjoy 24/7 access to you by email?
The LPA Non E-mail Disclosure Addendum discourages the tenant from easily abusing contact with the landlord through email. In today's hi-tech society, it is common to find tenants though internet ads, such as Craigslist, The LPA Rental Ads and other rental websites. This is how the tenants usually obtain the landlord's email address.
For various reasons, some landlords prefer the tenants do not use their email to address any official issues or problems concerning the rental. The landlord may not check email frequently enough, may not feel comfortable handling rental business by email, or maybe would prefer to not make tenant-landlord contact so available or frequent. Whatever the reason may be, the landlord now has the option at lease signing to disclose to the tenant that further communications should be done by telephone and or in writing, and reaffirms that official notices must be in writing and delivered by certified mail.
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