Virginia Williams June 10, 2019 Lease Agreement
Pet details – the lease agreement should specify whether or not a tenant is allowed to have a pet. The limitations on number, size, and species should be listed as well. If there is an additional deposit required for a pet, that amount should be included in the lease agreement.
Security deposit details – the amount of the security deposit, how it is to be paid, and the terms of its future release should be specified in the lease agreement. Occupants of the property – the lease agreement should list the names of every person who will regularly occupy the property and what happens if a person stays for more than a certain length of time.
Possessions – if certain possessions, like water beds or grills are not allowed on the property, those terms should be listed – along with the consequences if those items cause damage to the property.
Alterations to the property – the lease agreement should describe what, if any, alterations the tenant may make to the property. Right of entry – the lease should include a clause that allows the landlord to enter and inspect the property with reasonable notice. The terms should define reasonable notice and explain the rights of the tenant.
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