State Rental Laws 2017-02-08T12:57:08+00:00

Your Need to Know Guide for State Rental Laws provides essential information with helpful links for leases, landlord handbooks, security deposits, tenant screening and Landlord Tenant Law.

We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information.  Recent changes in law may not be reflected.  We recommend consulting a lawyer or the government agency if you have legal questions or concerns.

Counties:  There are 3,143 counties including county equivalents and D.C. in the United States. Connecticut and Rhode Island have counties, but they are not governing bodies.  Alaska counties are called boroughs. Louisiana counties are called parishes.

 


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