Hello, Pete, I found the Virginia Condominium Act, but I`m not sure it will answer your question. Section § 55.1-1973 talks about unit rental. While it is clarified that the owner of the unit may be required to provide the association with the tenant`s contact information and signed confirmation of the rules and regulations, it does not explicitly state that it cannot request a copy of the lease from the tenant. This seems like a gray area, and you might want to seek legal advice from someone who is familiar with Virginia`s condominium and rent laws. A rental agreement is a contract between a house manager and one or two tenants that describes the obligations of both parties. As a rule, a certain period is related to leasing. For example, from February 1 to the following January 31. This is an example of a 12-month lease. The lease may also relate to a periodic lease (most often a monthly lease) internationally and in certain areas of the United States.  How should we enter a start date for a lease subject to authorization from a condominium corporation, which can take one to two weeks? Should we use a specific date about two weeks in the future or can it be subordinated to the date of authorization of the Condo Association? If I sign a lease, but the Condo association does not approve it, is it still a legally binding document valid on my side? Thank you! Some types of leases may contain specific clauses imposed by law, depending on the property to be rented and/or the jurisdiction in which the contract was signed or the domicile of the parties. Linda, your situation looks complicated.
If you indicate that you have falsified a lease and you say you have falsified your signature, I can suggest that you bypass this employee and go directly to the house management company. You will be able to compare all signed documents and calendars. If you are not satisfied with the way the management company handles your application, contact your local housing agency again to ask for help. And if you decide to take legal action, you may want to find a lawyer who was familiar with real estate law and will have access to writing experts. I wish you good luck! The lease should be signed by all adults who live on the land and by the manager or owner. If a co-signer is part of the lease, they must sign the lease with the tenant. On my lease, there is no fixed date, you can tell me if the lease is good or not. The landlord can also impose a new rental agreement on the remaining tenant. For a residential rental agreement, this new lease is month after month. In the case of a commercial lease of more than one year, the new lease agreement is year after year; Otherwise, it is the same period as the period before the expiry of the initial lease.
In both cases, the lessor may increase the rent, provided that the lessor has notified the tenant of the higher rent before the expiry of the original lease. . . .