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  • Industry Standard ISO 20022
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When renting a property, it is important to have a written rental agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of the lease. This agreement serves as a legal document that protects both the landlord and tenant. Here is a sample written rental agreement that you can use as a guide.

1. Parties Involved: This section should include the names of the landlord(s) and tenant(s) and their contact information.

2. Rental Property: This section should describe the rental property, including the address and any specific details such as the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and parking spaces.

3. Term and Rent: This section should outline the term of the lease, including the start and end dates, and the amount of rent that will be paid each month. It should also mention any late fees, penalties, or grace periods.

4. Security Deposit: This section should state the amount of the security deposit and how it will be returned at the end of the lease term. It should also mention any deductions that may be made for damages or unpaid rent.

5. Utilities and Services: This section should clarify which utilities and services are included in the rent, such as water, electricity, and internet. It should also mention who is responsible for paying for any additional services not included in the rent.

6. Maintenance and Repairs: This section should state who is responsible for maintaining and repairing the rental property, including any appliances or fixtures. It should also mention how repairs will be handled and who will be responsible for the costs.

7. Use of Property: This section should outline any restrictions on the tenant`s use of the rental property, such as restrictions on pets or smoking.

8. Termination of Lease: This section should state the conditions under which the lease can be terminated, such as by giving notice or for breach of the lease agreement.

9. Governing Law: This section should state which state`s laws will govern the lease agreement and any disputes that may arise.

10. Signature and Date: This section should include the signature and date of each party involved in the agreement.

In conclusion, a written rental agreement is a valuable tool for ensuring a successful rental experience for both the landlord and tenant. Use this sample agreement as a guide for creating a thorough and legally-binding lease agreement.

  • Industry Standard ISO 20022
  • Trusted By 450+ Customers