For a lease to be considered a binding contract it always has to be signed by the tenant.
Is this considered to be true or false ?
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The best policy is always to have both the landlord and the tenant sign the lease agreement, but the only person that need to sign the lease for it to become a valid lease is the landlord.
If the tenant pays the rent and takes possession of the property it's taken for granted that the tenant has accepted the termsa of the lease.