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I Am A Tenant Who Is In Active Military Service And Live In Off-Base Rental Housing. My Lease Is For One Year And Is Renewable.

If a tenant is on active military duty and receives either permanent change of station orders or temporary duty orders in excess of three months, the tenant is liable for no more than thirty (30) days rent after the date he provides written notice and proof of assignment to the landlord. The tenant will still be liable for any damages above ordinary wear and tear. The landlord must still abide by the laws related to security deposits and move out inspections.

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