DC Required Notice to Tenants of Housing Code Provisions
The District of Columbia Chapter 3; Section 101 and 106 is required to be given to each Tenant on or before the commencement of a tenancy.
Document Last Modified: 10/5/2018
The owner of each habitation must provide each existing Tenant, at or before the commencement of any tenancy, a copy of the provisions of Chapter 1, Section 101 of Title 14, referred to as the “Civil Enforcement Policy” in addition to those statutes located in Chapter 1, Section 106 which concerns notifying tenants when they commit a violation. This District of Columbia Housing Civil Enforcement Policy is a must have when a landlord leases their rental property. This form is MANDATORY, and must be given to each tenant before starting a tenancy in the District of Columbia. This ten (10) page booklet of information will inform the tenant of the important rules, laws and information about the District of Columbia landlord tenant law.
The DC document includes information on housing code provisions, violation of lease regulations, security deposits, notifications and everything else District of Columbia requires the landlord to be knowledgeable in. It is not only a must read for landlords but it is a statute requirement for the landlord to provide this to each tenant.
The owner of each rental abode is required to provide this information to each existing Tenant, at or before the commencement of any tenancy. This document is already included in each ezLandlord Forms District of Columbia state specific lease the landlord has the option to print this document separately.
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