Montana Residential Lease Agreement
The Montana residential lease agreement is the most popular type of rental contract as it is usually structured for twelve (12) months but may be for any fixed time period. Once a tenant shows interest in a housing unit, the landlord will provide a rental application to perform a lookup on the applicant’s financial status and background. If the landlord approves, typically a lease is drafted and the Security Deposit is requested.
- Once both parties sign the agreement the document becomes legally binding until the end of the term.
- Lead-Based Paint – Only required if the housing was built before 1978.
- Moving Checklist – Only required if the landlord accepted a Security Deposit at the beginning of the lease term.