Indiana Residential Lease Agreement
The Indiana residential lease agreement is the preferred choice by the average landlord as it is a simple and is yearly agreement with infused monthly payments. The document is compatible with the Landlord-Tenant laws and clearly outlines the terms and conditions of each parties’ responsibilities.
The form suggests that the landlord utilize the rental application to ensure he or she is accepting only the most diligent and financially secure tenants into the property. A security deposit should be required in addition to the application from the tenant at the begging of the lease, as it will cover any tenant-induced damage to the property and put the landlord in a more financially secure position. The landlord will typically refund the tenant the cost of the security deposit if the tenant ends the lease with minimal to no damage to the property (within forty-five (45) days at the maximum).
- Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – *Only for use with housing structures built before 1978.
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