Posted by ray@lcorn on November 19, 2002 at 17:36:47:
Good to see you! Hope all is well.
Keep it simple. You’ve got the right things covered; rent amount, lease duration and deposit amount. I would add a statement that there are no other obligations of the landlord to the tenant. That way they can’t come back and say they were promised new carpet or something after you close.
Estopple Letter - Posted by johnB_NJ
Posted by johnB_NJ on November 18, 2002 at 09:56:00:
I am purchasing a house this week that has a tenant. I usually purchase vacant houses but this is a good deal.
I was wondering if someone could email me a copy of their estopple letter. I want to approach the tenant with it so we are all on the same page as to the amount of security deposit that the landlord has on account. The amount of his monthly rent (I do have a copy of the lease). and the expiration of lease, etc.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am sure I can write one up but I don’t want to miss anything important.
Thank you in advance.
Word is "estoppel"NT - Posted by John Merchant
Posted by John Merchant on December 15, 2002 at 17:55:06: