Tenant Checks for Landlords – Rental Property Terms and Definitions – W Z – Accurate Credit Bureau

W

Waive
To give up a right, claim, privilege, etc. In order for a waiver to be effective, the person giving the waiver must do so knowingly, and must know the right, claim, privilege, etc. that he or she is giving up. In some states, a waiver can unknowingly be given merely by the actions or inactions of the individual.

Waiver
Voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some right or privilege.

Walk-through
A final inspection of a home to check for problems that may need to be corrected before closing.

Writ of possession
A document issued by the court after the landlord wins an unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuit. The writ of possession is served on the tenant by the sheriff. The writ informs the tenant that the tenant must leave the rental unit by the end of five days, or the sheriff will forcibly remove the tenant.

Z

Zoning Ordinances (or Zoning Regulations)
Local law establishing building codes and usage regulations for properties in a specified area.

For tenant checks credit reports and other landlord services see Accurate Credit Bureau.

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