Act of Congress Tenant Rights Act

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A
BILL
To

Protect the Rights of Tenants​

The people of the Commonwealth of Redmont, through their elected Representatives in the Congress and the force of law ordained to that Congress by the people through the constitution, do hereby enact the following provisions into law:

1 - Short Title and Enactment
(1) This Act may be cited as the “Tenant Rights Act”
(2) This Act shall be enacted immediately upon its signage.

2 - Purpose
(1) As of currently tenants renting an apartment, store, chestshop, or any other rental space, have no legal rights.

3 - Private Renting
When a player is renting from a private landlord, they are entitled to the rights listed in this section:
(1) Tenants must be given 24 hours notice from the landlord before they are evicted from a rental region, excluding a report made by a building inspector.
(2) Tenants must be given a full refund of the rent they have pre-paid if evicted.

4 - Public Renting
When a player is renting from the Government, they are entitled to the rights listed in this section:
(1) Tenants must be given 48 hours notice from the Government before they are evicted from a rental region, excluding a report made by a building inspector.
(2) Tenants must be given a full refund of the rent they have pre-paid if evicted.

5 - Business Establishments
(1) Landlords may be required to compensate the tenant for the cost of moving their operations, if the rented region was:
(a) The main operation of a registered business,
(b) The main operation of a group, party, or organization otherwise.

6 - Legal Addition
(1) Added to “7.0 Landlords”
Wrongful Eviction
Evicting a tenant without reasonable notice or refund
Per Offence: Up to $5000 + Rental Fees Refunded, which may be disputed in court.
 
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