If this form is fulfilled and signed by a tenant and a landlord, said tenant will be allowed to rent the landlord’s property for a fixed period of time. Often, the rent period is set to twelve (12) months while the other rental terms are to be discussed by the . . . Read more
Through the information reflected in this form, Alaska-based landlords will be able to review a prospective tenant’s income and credit history. This can serve as a landlord’s basis in accepting or rejecting lease applications.
A completed version of this form, if issued by a property manager to a tenant, will function as a notice which requires the tenant to immediately pay all of her/his unpaid rent as failure to do so will result to eviction.
This contract is for cases wherein a tenant and a landlord mutually agrees to a fixed amount of monthly rent and a non-fixed rent period.
Arizona-based proprietors can use this form if they wish to lease their property to commercial tenants for a certain amount of monthly rent.
A landlord can issue this form to a tenant who was unable to pay her/his rent on time. Upon issuance, tenant will have five (5) more days to pay for her/his dues. If tenant fails to pay within this period, s/he will be asked to leave the property.
This guide is for Arizona-based landlords seeking to learn about the steps involved in the eviction of a tenant who failed to adhere to the lease agreement. Often, lease agreements are violated because of the tenant’s failure to pay the rent.
This specific type of rent agreement can be used in cases wherein both the landlord and tenant are open to future changes in the initially agreed rental period.
This form is for the use of a tenant or a landlord who wants to notify the other party about their decision to terminate the rental agreement. In the State of Arizona, a 30-day advanced notice is required.
In Arizona, a completed and signed version of this form signifies that a landlord permits a tenant to reside in her/his property for a fixed monthly rent. It is common practice that the agreed terms and conditions are fixed.