`residential tenancy` means a tenancy agreement based on a lease agreement between a lessor and a tenant for a residential unit. If the rental agreement does not require the tenant to take out tenant insurance, the lessor must notify the tenant, prior to the execution of the rental agreement, of a written notification that (i) the lessor is not responsible for the tenant`s personal property, ii) the lessor`s insurance coverage does not cover the tenant`s personal property and (iii) if the tenant wishes to protect his personal property, he should take out tenant insurance. The communication informs the tenant that such tenant insurance does not cover flood damage and advises the tenant to contact the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) or visit the websites of FEMA`s National Flood Insurance Program or Virginia`s Risk Information System, in order to obtain information on the location of the property in a special area at risk of flooding. Failure The lessor to make such notice does not affect the validity of the rental agreement. If the tenant requests a translation from the English language into another language, the lessor can help the tenant obtain a translator or refer the tenant to an electronic translation service. It is not considered that the owner has breached any of his obligations under this chapter or that he is responsible for any inaccuracies in the translation. The owner does not charge a fee for this assistance or transfer. (3) the occupation by a condo owner or a holder of a lease agreement in a cooperative; D. A lessor or administrative agent may enter into an agreement with a third party to keep tenant records in electronic form or on another medium. In this case, under this section, the owner and manager are not liable in the event of a breach of the electronic data of such a third party, except in cases of gross negligence or premeditation. Nothing in this section should be construed in such a way that an owner or manager is required to keep such third-party provider harmless.