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New Hampshire Rental laws

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Leasing or renting a property is a crucial aspect in the real estate laws of the state.

They are placed under the tenant and the landowner issues and hold huge significance.

New Hampshire Rental laws :

Here is some information about the rental agreements of New Hampshire. They include:

  • The laws surrounding the rental agreements fall under the code section, 540:1; 540—A: 6, 7; 354-A: 1, 15.
  • Even before renting or leasing a property a fixed amount is deposited by the tenant and is called as the security deposit.

This security deposit amount is generally a month rent in New Hampshire.

  • There should not be any kind of discrimination in terms of age, sex, race, color and more while renting a property.

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