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The responsibilities of the landlord and tenant may vary based on your rental or lease agreement and the type of rental unit. The landlord's responsibilities will depend on the type of rental unit.
The landlord's obligations may be altered or modified in writing when renting a single-family dwelling or duplex.
For a single-family home or duplex, the landlord shall comply with the requirements of applicable building, housing, and health codes.
Landlords must maintain the plumbing in reasonably good working condition and must also maintain the:
These items must be kept in good repair and capable of resisting normal forces and loads.
The landlord will also make reasonable provisions for:
Landlords are not obligated to pay for utilities, water, fuel, or garbage removal, although they may choose to do so.
At all times during the tenancy, a tenant shall:
Tenant shall also conduct themselves and require their guests to conduct themselves in a manner that does not unreasonably disturb the tenant's neighbors or constitute a breach of the peace.
Tenants shall use and operate facilities and appliances in a reasonable manner.