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The Arizona rental application is a form to be used for the screening process of a potential tenant to see if they are financially capable of paying the monthly payment. The landlord will be able to view the information and, if needed, obtain a credit report to see if there are any outstanding debts against the applicant. In addition to a background check, references may be required to verify that the previous rental experiences were positive for all parties involved…

The Massachusetts month-to-month lease, “tenancy at will,” is a rental contract between a landlord and tenant that has no specific end date. The contract is renewed with each of the tenant’s monthly payments. Even though the agreement is renewed only by the tenant’s payments, both parties must give the other individual a written notice before terminating the lease. If the tenant breaks their lease, the landlord must follow the same eviction process as a standard rental contract. It is advised…

The Alabama residential lease agreement is a contract that details the arrangement between a landlord and a tenant, one which provides the tenant with a place to live and the landlord with a guaranteed monthly rent payment. Beyond the amount of the rent payment, a lease agreement will outline which utilities will fall under the tenant’s responsibilities and which are to be paid by the landlord. This agreement can remain in effect for twelve (12) months or longer (depending on the…

An Alaska Commercial Lease Agreement, also called a “Business Lease,” is an agreement that allows a retail, corporation, or industrial business to rent out a property at a monthly cost. In general, there are three commercial lease variants that are used: Gross, Modified Gross, and Triple Net (NNN). A Gross Commercial Lease is one in which the tenant pays one gross sum for their monthly rent and from that sum the landlord will cover any other expenses such as repairs and utilities….

The Montana three (3) day notice to quit for nonpayment of rent serves as a form to notify a tenant of past due rent. Montana landlords are permitted to deliver the notice immediately following the rent due date. Upon receiving the letter, the tenant will have three (3) days to either pay the amount in full or leave the premises and remove their personal belongings. Tenants that fail to comply with the notice demands may have their lease terminated and…