13 Land Use Planning

13 Land Use Planning - 1 I AM HERE TO EXPLAIN LAND USE AND...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 I AM HERE TO EXPLAIN LAND USE AND SUB- DIVISIONS 2 CHAPTER 12 HERE ARE THE ANSWERS 3 1. Ms. Brown leases her summer cabin to Mr. Greene for the months of June, July, and August of a designated year. Mr. Greene has an estate: a. for years b. from period to period c. at sufferance d. of monthly rental A 4 2. Urban property cannot be leased for more than: a. 99 years b. 51 years c. 15 years d. no time limit A 5 3. An assignment of a lease differs from a sublease in that an assignment: a. transfers liability to the new occupant b. involves two lease contracts: (1) lessor to lessee, and (2) lessee to sublessee c. requires that the original lessee still be primarily liable to the lessor d. none of the above A 6 4. Under which lease does the tenant pay rent, property taxes, maintenance, and hazard insurance? a. gross lease b. triple net lease c. flat lease d. escalator lease B 7 5. A residential tenant may expect the landlord to make necessary repairs to keep the dwelling habitable. If the landlord does not, the tenant may make repairs and offset the rent up to: a. $700 maximum b. one months rent c. reasonable cost d. $1,000 maximum B 8 6. It is illegal to screen and eliminate potential tenants based on: a. marital status, sex b. race, color, creed c. religion, physical handicap d. all of the above D 9 7. If a tenant has violated the terms of the rental agreement or lease, before the tenant can be evicted the tenant must be served a: a. 1-day notice b. 3-day notice c. 30-day notice d. 60-day notice B 10 8. If an unfurnished apartment rents for $600 per month, the maximum security deposit the land lord may ask for is: a. $100 b. $500 c. $600 d. $1,200 D 11 9. The legal process by which a tenant is evicted is called: a. an eviction action b. an ejectment action c. a possessory action d. an unlawful detainer action D 12 10. The professional designation CPM stands for: a. Certificate of Public Management b. Certified Practical Manger c. Certificate of Practical Management d. Certified Property Manager D 13 11. At the end of the lease, the lessee may purchase the property under agreed terms and the lessor must sell. This is an example of: a. lease with option to buy b. first right of refusal c. sublease d. assignment of lease A 14 12. The law that states certain leases must be in writing to be enforceable is the: a. Statute of Escribe b. Statute of Limitations c. Statute of Conveyance d. Statute of Frauds D 15...
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