Colorado Standard Residential Lease Agreement Template

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The Mississippi sublease agreement allows a tenant to get another individual to rent out a portion or all of their rental space. The original tenant will have to check with their master agreement to make sure that subletting is not barred from use. If it is, the tenant can plead their case to the landlord and try to obtain written permission. The original tenant, or sublessor, will ultimately be responsible and liable for the actions of the subtenant. The sublessor…

An Idaho commercial lease agreement is geared towards tenants seeking to occupy and pay for retail, office, or industrial space on a monthly basis. Like any lease agreement, the landlord can request the applying business owner to complete a rental application to verify the entity as well as the personal finances of the tenant. There are three (3) different types of commercial lease agreements in Idaho: Gross, Modified Gross, and Triple Net (NNN). A Gross commercial lease agreement requires that…

The Maine seven (7) day eviction notice is for a residential landlord to submit to a tenant that is late on their monthly rent payment. Rent is allowed to be paid up to fifteen (15) days’ past its due date before it can be considered late (§ 6028(1)). If rent remains unpaid for seven (7) days or more after it is late, the landlord may issue the eviction notice. Once the notice has been given to the tenant, they have…

An Arizona five (5) day notice to quit is sent to a tenant in the event they are late on rent. The notice gives the tenant five (5) days to either pay the back rent in full or vacate the premises. The balance may include interest or fees accrued due to the late payment of the owed rent. The form can be submitted via certified mail, regular first class mail, or it can be hand-delivered. When is it due? – Rent…

The Florida 3 day notice to quit may be used by a Florida landlord when notifying a tenant that they are late on their rent. The tenant, after receiving the notice, must make the decision of paying all back-payments or moving out within three (3) days. If the landlord sees the tenant is still on the property after the time period is over, they should file for an eviction. The tenant will still be required to pay the balance owing if…