using the word "or"
“Rental agreement” means all written or oral agreements embodying the terms and conditions
concerning the use and occupancy of a dwelling unit.
The way this sentence is constructed it seems that the word "all" with the word "or" does not imply that it must be one or the other. It seems to suggest that you could have both written and oral agreements at the same time. Does this make sense?
Hero of the day
Person voted on the most answers.