The owner agrees to rent the property in: The property for rent must also be presented clearly. This task should be dealt with by the item called “1.” property. Note that the language of this statement, as in the rest of the document, has been defined to provide the necessary information. You must ensure that this language is supplemented, if necessary, by facts relating to the property. Start with the first empty line (between the phrase”… Accept, rent to tenants” and the words “City Of… »). Include the building number, street or street name, and all apartment or suite numbers describe the physical location of the property in that line. The next two empty lines of this item are reserved to allow you to complete this property description. Record the city and state where this property is located on these spaces. The second point of this document, “2nd Term,” wants to define when the tenant will rent the property by the landlord and under what conditions. First, indicate the type of lease by checking one of the first two boxes. If it`s a “month-over-month” rental, turn on the first checkbox.
If it`s a “fixed rental,” you need to activate the second checkbox. This selection requires some additional information. First enter the number of months or years during which this lease remains effective for the empty area made available, and then mark either the “Month” box or the quince box “Year (s) ” to define the number entered. In addition, you must designate the first calendar date at which this leaese is in effect and the last calendar date of this rental with the area which, in the words “… Starting On” and “… Ending on” (or.) In “5. The Owner section gives you the option to designate a specific institution that represents the interests and concerns of the owner in the management of this property. Create the name of this entity on the empty space after the word “owner.” However, the declaration “use of premises” does not require attention, the point “7.
Utilities” provides a space in which we should account for other additional payments for the maintenance of the premises for which the tenant is responsible. By default, the owner will pay for “water and sewers, electricity, waste disposal, gas” and “oil.” The empty line provided in this area allows us to determine whether the tenant should pay for utilities. Therefore, if the tenant has to pay for electricity and cable himself, cross (or turn off) the word “electricity” in that statement, then the words “electricity” and “cable” must deliver to the empty line.