D. Unless the successor landlord terminates the monthly lease, the terms of the terminated lease remain in effect, unless the tenant has to pay rent (i) to the successor landlord, as indicated in a written notification to the tenant in this subsection; (ii) the owner`s executive representative, if any, or successor; or (iii) on a court transfer account in accordance with the provisions of p. 55.1 to 1244; However, there is no obligation for a tenant to file a tenant`s claim and pay rent in trust. If there is no executive agent in the terminated tenancy agreement, the tenant remains required to pay the rent, but is considered delinquent or delayed only when the successor submits a written notice on the name, address and telephone number of the party to whom the rent is to be paid. B. If the tenant continues to drive after this section, he or she has the right to recover reasonable legal fees; however, it cannot proceed in accordance with sections 55.1 to 1234 of this offence. The tenant`s rights under this section are created only after they have communicated to the landlord in writing; However, no right is conferred if the condition is due to the act or the intentional or negligent omission of the tenant, authorized tenant or a client or a responsible tenant. The current owner of the leased property transfers all the deposits and interest accrued on the deposits in his possession at the time of the transfer of the leased property to the new owner. If the current owner has entered into a written asset management contract with an executive representative in accordance with the provisions of paragraph E of p. 54.1 to 2135, the current owner must inform the executive representative in writing of the manager representative who requires the current owner to pay such bonds before counting with the new owner.
After receiving the written notification, the manager transfers the deposit to the current landlord and informs each tenant in writing that his deposit has been paid to the new landlord in accordance with this section. Has. Except as provided in this section or otherwise provided for by law, a landlord cannot take retaliatory measures by increasing rent or reducing services, by initiating or threatening to sue for property, or by terminating the tenancy agreement in accordance with sections 55.1-1253 or 55.1-1410, after learning that (i) the tenant complained to a government authority responsible for enforcing a housing code or housing. (ii) the tenant has filed a complaint against the lessor for a violation of a provision of this chapter or bring an action against the lessor, (iii) the tenant has organized or become a member of a tenant organization or (iv) the tenant has testified before a legal proceeding against the lessor.