Minnesota Standard Residential Lease Agreement
The Minnesota standard residential lease is an agreement that is for a set period of time, usually one (1) year, that allows a tenant to occupy and live in space for monthly payments. The agreement is usually drafted and signed after a thorough viewing of their financial credentials including references from prior landlords (if any).
- Guide – Attorney General’s Responsibilities on Behalf of the Landlord and Tenant
- Laws – Chapter 504B
Disclosures and Forms
- Lead-Based Paint – Only for residences constructed before 1978.
- Move-in Checklist – Not required but should be used by the tenant to protect their Security Deposit (if applicable).