Wyoming Standard Residential Lease Agreement Template

Your program is now downloading

Try Other Programs

The New Hampshire month-to-month lease agreement allows a landlord and tenant to create a rental contract that does not cancel until notice is issued by one (1) of the parties. Either the landlord or tenant may terminate the agreement by providing at least thirty (30) days’ written notice to the other party (it is recommended that the notice be sent via certified letter with a returned receipt for proof). The landlord or tenant may also provide the same amount of…

The Rhode Island sublease agreement allows a tenant that is under a rental contract to lease their rented space, or a portion thereof, to another individual (sublessee). The original tenant, or sublessor, is fully responsible for the sublessee and must adhere to all State laws just as a landlord would with a lessee. Therefore, a rental application should be required for all potential sub-tenants. Furthermore, the original tenant must always obtain permission from the landlord. The sublessor will be held…

The Oklahoma rental application may be used by a property manager/owner to review a potential lessee’s credit background and references (e.g., previous lessors, current and previous employers). The landlord is allowed to charge whatever amount desired to conduct the credit check regardless of whether or not the applicant is approved. According to § 41-115, the landlord may also request a security deposit, although the deposit should only be made after the applicant has been approved.

An Idaho month-to-month lease agreement is the preferred situation for individuals with no predetermined end lease date, and it consists of a lease that renews at the end of every month. As with any lease agreement, it is recommended that the landlord request that a rental application be filled out by the tenant before they look into completing a lease agreement. Even though the tenant may only be staying at the property for a month, plenty of damage could still accrue,…

The Idaho three (3) day notice to quit grants a tenant up to three (3) days to pay any and all back-rent to the landlord or face eviction within thirty (30) days. The notice must be personally served upon the tenant or co-habitant with an additional copy sent to the address. Alternatively, the notice can be sent by mail with another copy posted in a conspicuous place on the property. When is Rent Due? (AG’s Guidelines (page 6)) – As stated…