If my house were destroyed I would still get rent from my tenants. I would also still be legally responsible to house them somewhere, and my insurance has a rider to cover just that problem.I would be curious to see this enforced. Is there a specific acts of god clause in the contract? While I realize that laws vary from state to state, I would think that the tenant would be able to break the contract based on the fact that you have "failed to provide" the agreed upon property? Did you agree to provide them with a specific type of housing for a fixed fee and period of time or did you agree to let them use a specific property? In my experience the contract has always been for a specific property whose address is listed on the contract. It never says, “or comparable residence”.Just trying to understand.CiB
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