Tenants obtain many rights once they sign the lease agreement. One such right is the right to enjoy their rented premises in peace and quiet, which is enshrined in law as the Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment.
The Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment is a federal law that your tenants are entitled to regardless of whether or not you’ve mentioned it in the lease agreement. It requires you to ensure your tenant lives in their rented premises in peace and quiet, away from unreasonable nuisances, noises, and disruptions.
What Do the Terms Implied and Quiet Mean?
The meaning of ‘imply’ is to express indirectly. And whenever something is implied, it’s understood to be true or to exist, although it’s not stated directly or in a legal…