The termination takes effect 30 days after the due date of the next rent payment and after the notification date. D. The lessor and tenant may agree in writing that the tenant fulfills the lessor`s obligations mentioned in Subdivisions A 3, 6 and 7, as well as the repairs, maintenance work, modifications and modifications indicated, but only if the transaction is entered into in good faith and not to circumvent the lessor`s obligations and if the contract does not diminish or affect the landlord`s obligation to the other tenants. A landlord and tenant can agree in a rental agreement that the tenant pays prepaid rent. When a lessor receives prepaid rent, he or she is deposited into a receiver account in a federal insurance custodian authorized to work in Virginia until the end of the fifth business day following receipt and remains in the account until the prepaid rent is due. Unless the landlord has the right to receive a portion of the rent paid in advance, it will not be withdrawn from the faithful account required by this section without the written consent of the tenant. one. A landlord may require, as a condition of tenancy, that a tenant have commercial insurance coverage in accordance with the rental agreement, in order to ensure compliance with the terms of the tenancy agreement by the tenant and to pay the premiums for such insurance coverage, usually referred to as “damage insurance” by the lessor. In accordance with the provisions of p. 55.1-1200, these payments are not considered a surety, but a rent. However, the lessor does not require a tenant to pay both a security deposit and the costs of damage insurance premiums if the total amount of the surety and damage insurance coverage exceeds the amount of the periodic rent by two months. The landlord informs a tenant in writing that the tenant has the right to receive a separate policy from the lessor`s damage insurance. When a tenant opts for a separate policy, the tenant provides the landlord with written proof of that coverage and must maintain that coverage at all times for the duration of the tenancy agreement.
When a landlord receives damage insurance on behalf of a tenant, the insurance policy covers the tenant as an insured. The lessor must recover from the tenant the actual costs of such insurance coverage and may recover administrative or other costs related to the management of non-life insurance, including a tenant who takes out the insurance coverage granted by the lessor in accordance with this subsection. When a lessor receives damages insurance for its tenants, the lessor provides each tenant with a summary of the insurance policy or a certificate that terminates the coverage provided and, at the tenant`s request, provides a copy of the insurance policy. H. In a case where an action is pending in court for breach of the tenancy agreement or non-compliance by the tenant and the lessor, the court renders to the lessor and the tenant a judgment in cash for the requested discharge, which may include: (i) the rent due and due from the date of the trial agreed in the tenancy agreement; (ii) other taxes and royalties, as agreed in the lease; (iii) late fees agreed in the lease; (iv) reasonable legal fees, as agreed in the tenancy agreement or under the law, unless the tenant proves, in such an action, by an overload of evidence, that the non-payment of rent or eviction of the tenant was reasonable; (v) the costs of the procedure, as agreed in the lease or lease; and (vi) damage to the dwelling or premises.