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The New Mexico month-to-month lease agreement is used by a landlord and tenant seeking for an arrangement where the tenant occupies a residential space on a monthly basis with no end date to the contract. This type of contract is a more relaxed type of tenancy as both parties are not bound to a specific time frame, and either party may cancel the agreement by providing at least thirty (30) days’ notice to the another. The landlord should understand that…

The New Mexico standard residential lease agreement is a rental contract wherein a landlord and tenant come to terms regarding the exchange of livable space for monthly payments. The agreement is a fixed-term contract that will last for a term of one (1) year once it has been signed by the parties. The landlord will typically ask for the tenant’s personal, financial, and background information through the rental application to see if they approve of the potential lessee’s character. If…

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…

The Illinois five (5) day notice to quit allows for a tenant who has not paid rent to have five (5) days to pay up or vacate the premises. If the tenant doesn’t comply by moving out, they can face eviction by the landlord. To evict a noncompliant tenant, the landlord must file a complaint with the court in their jurisdiction. Refer to the Illinois State Bar Association for further information. When is Rent Due? – No statute but should be…

A New Jersey commercial lease agreement is a rental contract between a business owner, operating as an individual or entity, and an owner of retail, office, or industrial property. The landlord will usually arrange the premises to give the tenant a standard “vanilla box” set up so that the lessee may install all their necessary fixtures. Due to the amount of money invested on both sides, the landlord will usually run a credit check on the business owners/managers and review their…