When a tenant signs a rental agreement, they are ultimately agreeing to the rules set out on the lease.

But, what happens when they break the rules on the lease and how does it impact your insurance?

It is a situation no landlord wants to deal with, but it is something many do face.

If a tenant breaches their tenancy agreement, responding in a quick and appropriate manner can save you time, stress, and even money.

But first, what exactly is a breach?… A breach is when a tenant disobeys the rules set out in the lease.

This could include damaging the property, being a nuisance to neighbours, or a common breach is rent default.

When a tenant falls behind in rental payments, it is important landlords and property managers act quickly.

While there were moratoriums in place (due to COVID-19) to prevent tenants from being evicted, things are now back to normal in most states, and all routine processes to evict a tenant should be followed.

TIP: A quick response to breaches can have a big impact on your landlord insurance.

We know it can be complicated and confusing, so we have answered common questions about how to respond to a breach when your tenant fails to pay rent on time in the following blogs

Jason Gwerder
Friday, 21 May 2021

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