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Important Topics in Residential Lease Forms
The law varies widely from state to state. Does your lease address these issues?
- Abandonment: Landlord remedies when Tenant abandons the premises.
- Alterations & Repairs: Rules governing Tenant alteration of the premises.
- Assignment and Sub-letting: Terms of leases often apply to the sub-lessees.
- Default / Breach: Remedies for tenant breach, including failure to pay rent.
- Drug Offenses: Many states provide for unconditional quit notices if Tenant commits a drug-related crime on the Premises.
- Inspection & Landlord Access: When, and how, landlords may enter the premises vary widely from state to state.
- Lawful Use of Premises: Tenant's right to possession and its limits.
- Lead Paint Disclosures (42 U.S.C. § 4852d) Each state-specific residential lease agreement also contains federal lead hazard disclosure statements
as required by 42 U.S.C. § 4852d. For a free EPA pamphlet, please visit http://www.hud.gov/offices/lead/disclosurerule/
- Maintenance: Who is responsible and how maintenance is defined.
- Parking: Included or not?
- Rent & Late Fees: When, and how, to collect late fees.
- Security Deposit: Legal maximums and number of days to retun to Tenant.
- Tenant Hold Over: Landlord remedies for unlawful detainer.
- Termination of Tenancy: Notice required varies from state to state.
- Utilities: Who must pay to keep the lights on?
- Surrender of Premises: How and when Tenants give up occupancy.