Kentucky Residential Lease Agreement
The Kentucky residential lease agreements (Realtor and Real Estate Commission Versions) focuses on a one (1) year term with monthly payments typically made on the first (1st). In order for the rental contract to go into effect, both the landlord and tenant must agree on the terms and conditions and authorize.
It is advised that the tenant complete a rental application before the landlord binds themselves into an agreement without checking the person’s financial and employment credentials. From there, the landlord may request as much as desired for the Security Deposit.
- View Landlord-Tenant laws if either party has questions about their lease at Chapter 383 of the Revised Statutes.
Move-in Checklist – If the landlord is to accept a Security Deposit from the tenant, this form must be completed at the time of occupancy.
Lead-Paint – If the housing unit was constructed prior to 1978, then this form must be attached as an addendum.