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Most residential leases, including the NWMLS’s, include a clause forbidding the tenant from creating a nuisance? This would include an attractive nuisance.
An attractive nuisance is a danger likely to lure children onto a person’s land. For example, an individual who has a pool on his property has a legal obligation to take reasonable precautions, such as erecting a fence, to prevent foreseeable injury to children.*
In order to enforce this provision, the landlord would need to give the tenant written notice of the violation via a Ten Day Notice. This would be used, for instance, if a tenant installed a trampoline without permission and without appropriate safeguards.
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