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Re: Does eviction end tenant rent payments? by Another Anonymous Guy on October 31, 2017 @14:56

                              
LL MUST MAKE A DILLIGENT EFFORT TO RE RENT THE PROPERTY, AT PREVAILING MARKET...

By your BIG BOLD shouty letters, you make it sound like the landlord has to do everything in his power to get the unit rerented. I doubt that is the case. There is some variation between states however. To my knowledge, in most the landlord only needs to treat the unit as one of his own. He does not need to be diligent in getting the unit rented. At minimum, he has to treat it in the same manner as his others. That means if he advertises his others, he needs to include it. If he posts signs outside, he has to post the sign. He does not, however, have to favor it in any way.

This landlord should check with his state statues...as should every single person here who asks a legal question on this forum.
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