Connecticut Residential Lease Agreement

License / Price: Free
Version: Fillable Adobe PDF (.pdf) and Microsoft Word (.doc)
11,245 Downloads
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (1 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)
Loading...

In pursuant to Title 47a, Chapter 830 the landlord and tenant may come to an agreement over the use of occupying residential property for a fixed term. The contract may start at a future date and if the tenant would like to move-in to the premises the rent for those days is usually pro-rated or the lessee may take possession of the space upon the first day of period.

Security Deposits and Review Process

Upon a potential lessee approving space that they deem livable the landlord will usually ask for their personal and financial information through the rental application. This will give the landlord the idea of how much the applicant holds in assets as well as they willingness to pay other creditors. If the landlord determines that they are a good fit for the property then the lessor will usually decide upon the security deposit.

  • Security Deposit – According to 47a-21 the landlord is allowed to charge up to two (2) months’ rent to anyone below 62 years of age and only one (1) month’s rent for individuals at or above.

Versions

Standard | PDF

Standard | PDF

Realtor | PDF | Word

Realtor | PDF | Word