West Virginia Sublease Agreement Template

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The Illinois rental application can enable landlords to gain an informative and useful summary of their potential tenants’ credit, rental, criminal, and employment histories. With the results of an application, the landlord can determine if the applying tenant will be a trustworthy and financially responsible individual to work with. The landlord should remember that there are other precautions to take besides a rental application to ensure his or her property will remain covered, such as a security deposit and lease…

The Maine rental application helps the landlord of a property screen any applying tenants for commercial or residential space. The form allows for the landlord to view the applicant’s financial credentials along with any references related to their prior renting experience and current/past employers. Depending on how thorough the landlord is in investigating their applicants, they may opt to perform background checks which can take up to three (3) days to conduct and will generally cost a fee (owner/manager may request…

The Connecticut month to month lease agreement allows for the renting of residential property on a monthly basis with no specified end date. Unlike a standard residential lease agreement, this contract renews each month with the payment of rent. Under Sec. 47a-23 either the landlord or tenant must provide at least “reasonable notice” before terminating the lease if the amount of notice is not stated in the agreement. Even though this type of rental contract may be a short term arrangement, it…

The Massachusetts sublease agreement allows for a tenant (the “sublessor”) to rent out space that they currently have under lease to another individual (the “sublessee”). This arrangement may be for the partial or total rental of the space. The sublessor should understand that they will be responsible for any sublessee that does not follow the rules of the lease. Examples of this are damage to the premises or the non-payment of rent by the sublessee. For these reasons, it is…

The Arkansas ten-day notice to quit form is to be used at the landlord’s discretion to grant the tenant the ability to get caught up on rent by warning them of the tardiness of the owed amount, any applicable fees, and the possibility of eviction should the tenant fail to fulfill their obligations. According to § 18-17-701(b), after rent is five (5) days late, the property owner has the right to terminate the rental contract; therefore, this notice is particularly generous in…