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♥ Mama Kat ♥ 3 kids; NAPLES, ME, United States 9636 posts
Apr 19th '12

thank you!

...... lima, OH, United States 485 posts
Apr 19th '12

no idea but if she buys them i would take them when i go..:)

Tyler & Kyle's Mom 2 kids; Bellevue, Nebraska 9597 posts
Apr 19th '12

I don't think it's required but all three places i've rented (two houses and one apartment) had blinds provided.

Skitti 17 kids; Grand Haven Charter Township, Michigan 1508 posts
Apr 19th '12

If they were it should say specifically in the rent agreement...



otherwise that sounds like something the tenant would be responsible for....but that's just my useless opinion. lol

Jalen's mommy 1 child; San Antonio, Texas 6745 posts
Apr 19th '12

In our apartment complex they do.

3M'smom 3 kids; Illinois 28879 posts
Apr 19th '12

It should state in the rental agreement whether they are or not.

Mama Kat ♥ 3 kids; NAPLES, ME, United States 9636 posts
Apr 19th '12

So basically if they are there to begin with or it is written within the rental agreement-it is the landlords responsibility?
But if not, the tenant is responsible?

♥♥KristaAnne♥♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ, .., United States 22522 posts
Apr 19th '12

No they are not required but if they are there when a tenant moves in, it is their responsibility to replace them.

*L0ViN.J.D.&M* 3 kids; Virginia 5233 posts
Apr 19th '12

Here, its in My lease. But if something was to happen to them we have to pay for them to be replaced. Since they were brand new When we moved in.



But no, its not required for a landlord to supply blinds.

Mama Kat ♥ 3 kids; NAPLES, ME, United States 9636 posts
Apr 19th '12

Thank you!
I will pass this along :D

Tasha129 17 kids; Wisconsin 1325 posts
Apr 19th '12

Our landlords furnished our duplex with mini-blinds. But I hate them so I took them down.