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Typical Rental Agreement

This lease was entered into on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 between Jane Smith (owner) and John Doe (tenant).I. ACKNOWLEDGMENTThe lessor agrees to rent the house to the tenant under these conditions in its current stateStreet Address: ABC 123Stadt: JacksonvilleStaat / Province: FLPostal / Zip Code: 123456Land: United StatesThe tenant acknowledges the terms of this agreement and complies with them.II. Term of ContractThis house rental agreement begins on Monday, January 21, 2019 and ends on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. Subsequently, an extension agreement for the new duration will be established. III. MONTHLY RENTThe monthly rent is $7,500.00 per month. Payment is made by cheque. The monthly rent is collected by John Doe every 15th of the month. If the tenant has not paid within five (5) days of the due date, a late fee of $500.00 will be charged.IV. The tenants agree to pay a deposit of $ 2500. The deposit is refunded to the lessor at the exit of the residence, at the end of this contract and at the return of the key. The deposit covers all damage to the premise.

This deposit also covers the event that the tenant does not pay the electricity bills.V. UTILITIESTenants are responsible for the payment of all incidental costs such as electricity, water, gas, telephone, cable and internet.VI. MAINTENANCE AND DAMAGE MUST KEEP THE PREMISES IN GOOD CONDITION. The tenant is responsible for all damage caused, which means that the tenant must pay all repair costs. Tenants must meet the appropriate cleanliness standards. For any modification, written permission from the owner is required. The owner may enter the premises for the purposes of inspection, repair, maintenance and emergency. VII. OCCUPATIONThe number of prisoners is limited to 5. It is inhabited only by the tenant and his family members.

A lease or lease sets out the rules that landlords and tenants must follow in their tenancy. This is a legal contract as well as a very practical document filled with important business details, for example. B how long the tenant can occupy the property and how much rent is due each month. Whether the lease is as short as one page or more than five, typed or handwritten, it must cover the basic terms of the lease. Most leases are short-term contracts, for example.B monthly leases, while leases usually have longer lease periods like six months, a year or more. To rent or rent in many apartment buildings, a tenant (also called a “tenant”) often needs to prove tenant insurance before signing the lease.