PA Landlord-Tenant Act - Disposition of Abandoned Personal Property
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This informational document provides the statute for situations where a tenant leaves personal property in a rental unit; after vacating.
Document Last Modified: 7/19/2023
This is the PA Landlord-Tenant Act - Disposition of Abandoned Personal Property. As a result of personal property being left behind, this document clarifies Pennsylvania’s laws regarding abandoned property of a tenant.
Who: This document is a resource for landlords who have rental properties within the state of Pennsylvania.
What: The PA Landlord-Tenant Act - Disposition of Abandoned Personal Property addresses how to handle personal property left behind after a tenant relinquishes possession of the rental property.
When: This provides the statute for situations where a tenant leaves personal property behind, after tenancy termination.
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