West Virginia Commercial Lease Agreement Template

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The New Jersey month-to-month lease agreement is similar to a standard rental contract except that there is no end date to the term. The period goes on perpetually until one (1) party gives notice to the other indicating their intention to quit the lease. Apart from that, the lessor and lessee must follow all State laws during the tenant’s occupancy. The landlord should be sure to screen the tenant with a rental application prior to signing the lease to make…

The Oklahoma sublease agreement is a contract meant for use by individuals who are currently in a binding residential lease and would like to rent the entire space, or a portion thereof, to someone else. The individual seeking to rent out their space (the sublessor) will be fully responsible for whoever agrees to sublet. Therefore, all potential sublessees should be screened via the rental application to ensure that they can be trusted to maintain the condition of the property and…

The California commercial lease agreement is a document used to lease a property to a tenant requiring a retail, office, or industrial space. Often a landlord will not see rent payments until the business in question has begun generating sufficient income. For this reason, it is wise of the landlord to research the business prior to drafting a lease agreement. In general, there are three types of commercial lease agreements used when entering into a landlord-tenant relationship; each has been described below. Gross…

The Wyoming rental application may be used by landlords seeking to verify the employment/income and rental history of a prospective tenant. Vetting applicants in this fashion allows the landlord to find a tenant that is well-suited to the type of property and lease agreement. The landlord has the legal right to charge a non-refundable fee for conducting the rental verification. Once they have selected an eligible tenant, they can present to them a lease agreement.

The Arizona five (5) day notice to quit is a document that a landlord will deliver to their tenant to provide them with a warning that, if the balance owed is not paid within five (5) days, they will be required to quit the premises of the property they’re renting. 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…