Landlords may provide fully or partially furnished rental units to tenants, usually at higher rents and security deposits. Especially in student housing, this may include beds, couches, paintings, tables, dressers, chairs, and similar furniture. However, landlords are not typically required under most state laws to replace furnishings unless it says so in the lease. A few jurisdictions require landlords to maintain any amenities or furnishings that were provided when the unit was rented...
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