Arkansas Commercial Lease Agreement Template

Your program is now downloading

Try Other Programs

The Kansas three (3) day notice to quit for the non-payment of rent allows a landlord to serve their tenant a notice of possible eviction after not receiving rent on the due date. The tenant will have three (3) days to either pay the landlord all the monies due or vacate the premises. If the tenant vacates the premises, they shall be held liable for the payment. The document must be served on the tenant by delivering it in person…

The Nevada five (5) day notice to quit for nonpayment of rent is served to a lessee on behalf of the landlord or their representative. The notice will inform the lessee that they have five (5) days to either pay the amount overdue or face vacating the premises. If the tenant chooses to leave the property, they will still be financially liable for the amount due to the landlord. Tenants that fail to either leave the premises or pay rent…

The New Jersey rental application is used to check a potential tenant’s background before signing a lease. The application benefits the landlord by decreasing the odds of the lessee not paying rent on time while serving as a test to see how serious the applicant may be about renting the space. The landlord may collect a non-refundable fee for processing the applicant’s credit, background, employment, and previous rental history. Once approved, the tenant should be given a lease, and a…

This Georgia Sub-lease Agreement is a common form among college students and individuals who are financially challenged and not able to rent residential space on their own. How Does a Sublease Work? The original tenant to a property, called the sub-lessor, forms an agreement with an individual to rent some or all of their space, called the sub-lessee. All of the liability still falls on the sub-lessor, meaning if the sub-lessee does not make monthly payments or damages the property in…

In accordance with 55-225 and 55-248.31 a Virginia landlord may serve this notice upon a nonpaying tenant who is late on their rent. The document gives the lessee up to five (5) days after it has been served to pay all that is due or vacate the property. If they decide to do neither, then a legal eviction may be processed on behalf of the landlord/property manager.