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Odor Notice to Tenant
A Stinky Home can be a Problem!

The Odor Notice Was created to help you handle an awkward or sometimes embarrassing situation with tenants who have an odor problem. The "House Rules" clause in the LPA Lease covers a few common sense topics, including odors. This form is used to inform the tenant that the problem needs to be corrected to remain in compliance with the lease agreement.

Examples of odor problems may include:

  • Poor housekeeping
  • Not disposing of garbage
  • Smoking
  • Pet odors
  • Improperly stored chemicals
  • Improperly serviced heating system

Most people who live with/in an odor, even if it is an offensive odor, get used to it and aren't really bothered by it antmore. That is why we need to inform them that other people are bothered.




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