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The Alaska seven (7) day notice to quit (Form CIV-725) is served on a tenant that is late on their rent. In Alaska, if the tenant is late by even one (1) day, the landlord may serve the notice to quit the premises. After being served the notice (commonly by certified letter with return receipt) the tenant will be ordered to either pay all back-owed rent or vacate the premises within seven (7) days. When is Rent Due? – No…

The Colorado Sublease Agreement allows the original tenant of a rental property, called the “sublessor” to rent out the same property to another individual called the “sublessee.” Both the original tenant and the new sublessee pay the monthly rent, although the original sublessor is still in charge of payment and communication with the landlord. If there is no clause in the master lease regarding subletting, it is recommended that the landlord be contacted to request permission. Regardless, the primary tenant…

The Washington standard residential lease agreement is used to establish a rental arrangement between a landlord and a tenant. Before accepting an individual as a tenant, the landlord will most likely have interested parties complete a rental application form. Once they have chosen an eligible individual, the new tenant and landlord will look over the written residential lease agreement. The terms and conditions should be fair for both parties before the document is signed. Once the agreement is signed, it…

The Maryland commercial lease agreement is a legal contract that binds an individual or entity to make monthly payments to a landlord in exchange for the use of office, industrial, or retail space. There are many factors that go into this type of agreement but the first order of action by the landlord is to always verify interested parties through a rental application as well as investigate their business using the Secretary of State’s Business Database. There are three (3)…

The Arizona Month-to-Month Lease Agreement contract has the tenant pay rent every (30) thirty days to the landlord, until either the tenant or landlord states otherwise. The primary benefit of this type of lease agreement is it enables each party to operate with a degree of flexibility; often monthly tenancies are temporary and used when a tenant is planning on staying for a few months at a time. As a landlord, there are two (2) options to ensure that they…