Legal Q&A: When must a property have an onsite resident manager?
Question: At what point does my property require an onsite resident manager?
Answer: If your property has 16 units or more, you are required to have a person onsite who represents the owner.
Question: A resident at my property was taken to the hospital and passed away. Since the lease requires a 30-day notice, what is the law as far as reimbursement of the deposit?
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