Notes jotted down on paper are not a contract and are not clauses in a written lease or rental agreement. Why then should prospective tenants who ask pertinent questions of a landlord who is offering rentals make written notation of the answers received?

Notes jotted down on paper are not a contract and are not clauses in a written lease or rental agreement. Why then should prospective tenants who ask pertinent questions of a landlord who is offering rentals make written notation of the answers received?

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