rental contract reads as follows: This is a duplex and I have not given any written approval.
"Occupancy by guests staying over seven days will be in violation of this provision and be charged __$200__ per mo extra for each occupant or pet not listed on this agreement. Any extra occupancies or pets found staying at premises more than 7 days without written permission from Management will be charged retroactive back to the beginning of lease for the above stated amount per month. No pets of any kind shall be brought on the premises without the prior written consent of the Management."
Dont know Ga law. In calif, we usually must prove LL had knowledge of the dangerousness of the dog before the incident. Must show LL negligence. So if LL has a back fenced in yard, and that tenant has a dog that goes in the yard, and that the fence has a big whole in it so dog can get out, and dog gets out and bites someone, LL could also be responsible.
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