Hello TMuncy, this is a rather legal question that you should be getting advice from a lawyer or legal service. Here is a brochure to the Inland Mediation Board which is a free legal advice service for tenant and landlord right issues. Give them a call for your free legal advice and let us know what they say and the outcome. Good luck.
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Recently one of my clients, whose property we do not manage, had a tenant of three years move out. During those three years the landlord never once visited the property to conduct semi-regular site inspections.