If you’ve ever rented an apartment before, you understand what it’s like dealing with new landlords. They insert such ridiculous provisions into contracts simply because they can. No doubt, maintaining a home may be a headache, but new tenants have the right to feel welcome and trusted in their new homes.
What do you think about policing what your renters can and cannot cook in their own homes? Placing restrictions on what your tenants may or may not cook in their own home seems a significant violation of landlord-tenant relationships. What could happen when you use oils and spices to prepare food – apart from creating delectable dishes? Indeed, a standard provision should be inserted into the contract that states that any spice or oil-related damage must be repaired rather than being entirely prohibited.