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Lease Signing: Tenant Won't Agree
What Do I Do if the Tenant Doesn't Agree to Sign My Lease?
Lease Agreement Cancellation - RIP IT UP!

If the tenant doesn't want to sign your lease, or wants to make unsatisfactory changes in it, rip it up. That's right. RIP UP the lease in front of the tenant and tell him that this is not the right home for him and he is not the right tenant for you.

Then go on to the next qualified tenant. That is the quickest headache relief ever. Faster and more satisfying than 3 Advils! - John@theLPA.com


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