The Nebraska landlord tenant act was enacted in 1974 to regulate the relationship between residential rental landlords and tenants. LandLordStation.com offers a variety of information about this landlord tenant law. Nebraska law on this issue includes the basic rights and responsibilities of both parties to residential lease agreements. The following is a representative list of items set in the Nebraska law. This is just a partial list. If you have any questions or issues, you can find the landlord tenant act for Nebraska on the official Nebraska government website, or you can consult with an attorney.
• Tenants must pay the rent on or before the date specified in the lease agreement.
• Tenants must take reasonable care of the property. When a tenant moves out of the property, it must be left in the same condition that it was delivered, less normal wear and tear.
• Tenants must inform the landlord of needed repairs, in writing. It is advisable to keep a copy of the notice for your records.
• Tenants must keep noise levels down and be considerate of other renters and neighbors.
• Tenants must abide by all of the provisions of the lease agreement.
• Tenants must give notice before moving. Unless otherwise specified in the lease agreement, tenants must give a 30-day written notice before the end of the rental term.
• Landlords must comply with all health and building codes that apply to the rental property.
• Landlords must make requested repairs promptly.
• Landlords must give the tenants 24 hours written notice prior to entering the premises, except in emergencies.
• Landlords must give a 30-day written notice of any changes in a month-to-month agreement, such as rent increases.
• Landlords must abide by the provisions of the lease agreement.
• If an eviction is necessary, landlords must follow the legal (statutory) eviction process set by the Nebraska Revised Statute 76-1446.
• Tenants have the right to a safe and sanitary home. Tenants can call a health or housing inspector if there is a code violation on the premises.
• Tenants have the right to privacy, peace, and quiet. Landlords must assist in obtaining relief from any condition that violates these standards.
• Tenants have the right to reasonable notification if a landlord must enter the premises. Entry into the premises should be at reasonable times for repairs and inspections, with prior notifications.
• Tenants have the right to written receipts for rent or deposits paid to the landlord.
• Tenants have the right to receive notice of changes in lease terms. Tenants are entitled to a 30-day written notice of any change in a month to month or oral rental agreement.
• Tenants have the right to have repairs made within a reasonable amount of time after they are requested in writing. A city or county may have an ordinance specifying the time that landlords have to make certain repairs.
• Tenants have the right to remain in residence until proper eviction procedures are completed. Tenants have the right to remain in the property until legally evicted by a court order. Landlords do not have the right to lock tenants out of the property.
• Landlords have the right to expect tenants to perform the duties under the lease agreement, including but not limited to, timely payment of rent.
• Landlords have the right to prompt notice from tenant if there is damage to or repair needed on the rental property.
• Landlords have the right to expect tenants to abide by all terms of the signed lease.
• Landlords have the right to expect tenant to provide a 30-day written notice before moving, unless the rental agreement specifies another notice period.
The items listed above are only a few of the provisions of the Nebraska landlord tenant act. Take advantage of the information and services that LandLordStation.com offers, including one of the highest quality tenant screening processes in the industry. Find a variety of helpful sources on the website including a community of real estate experts that share their experience and answer questions.
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