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Should I sign a rental agreement/contract?

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Posted: 17 Dec, 2007
by: Mullins C.
Updated: 17 Dec, 2007
by: Mullins C.

Absolutely!

Both from an owner & renter perspective, it protects both of you and says exactly what the other one is going to do & what happens if one person fails to do it...

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