Nevada Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Nevada rental agreements must all follow the State laws, Commercial (Article 2A) | Residential (Chapter 118A), and allow for a owner of property to legally lease space that may be occupied for payment. Payment is to be agreed upon by the parties and is usually paid once per month and on the first (1st) day. Rent is due on the day stated in the contract, if it is not paid the landlord may immediately send notice stating the option for the tenant to quit or pay all that is due within five (5) days.

The Nevada commercial lease agreement must adhere to all State laws (NRS-118C) and allows two parties, landlord and tenant, to come together for a binding contract. The tenant will be allowed to occupy space and in exchange the landlord shall be paid rent usually paid in a price per square foot ($/SF) format. The payments are usually made on the first (1st) of the month and the term is typically anywhere from  two (2) to five (5) years due to…

The Nevada notice to quit for nonpayment of rent is served to a lessee on behalf of the landlord, or their representative, to allow the tenant five (5) days to either pay the amount overdue or face vacating the premises. If the tenant chooses to leave the property, they will still be financially liable for the amount due to the landlord. Statute 118A.490

The Nevada month to month rental agreement is a relaxed arrangement between a landlord and tenant that permits a tenant to occupy residential space without an end date. The agreement continues perpetually until either party terminates the agreement which requires at least thirty (30) days’ notice (Statute 40.251). If the landlord would like to raise the rent, or change any part of the agreement, forty-five (45) days is necessary and if the tenant is over the age of sixty (60)…

The Nevada rental application is a screening form used by landlords to help lookup the tenant’s credentials and information to verify that they are financially responsible to handle a leasing contract. The applicant will be subject to a non-refundable fee, at the landlord’s choosing, in order to process the document whether they may be approved or not. If the tenant is not approved, the space will remain for lease and the rejected applicant will have to look somewhere else for…

The Nevada residential lease agreements are designated for landlords and tenants looking to come to a legally binding contract that sets the conditions for occupying property in return for a monthly payment. What sets the residential lease from other types is that it is for a fixed term, usually one (1) year, with terms that outline the exact details of the one’s right to reside in livable space. The landlord, before signing any type of agreement, will usually ask for the…

The Nevada sublease agreement is a form that lets a tenant that currently holds a lease with a landlord, referred to as a “master lease”, allows someone else to rent the same space through this contract. The new tenant, or sublessee, must follow the terms and conditions of the sublease and if they do not the sublessor, not the landlord, will be responsible for any potential eviction or collection. The sublessor, no matter how much rent the sublessee is paying,…

All Deposits and Fees (Statute 118A.200) – All deposits/fees must be stated in the agreement with their purpose and requirement.

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Foreclosure (118A.275) – If the landlord is undergoing a foreclosure proceeding it must be stated to the tenant (doesn’t have to be in writing).

Lead-Based Paint – Only required to be given to the tenant if the housing was constructed prior to 1978.

Move-in Checklist (Statute 118A.200) – Must be used if a Security Deposit was collected at the start of the term.

NRS 202.470 - This statement must be included in every lease agreement authorized within the State.

Security Deposit (118A.242) – If funds are collected on behalf of the landlord, the return date or time the payment must be made to tenant after vacating the property.

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Security Deposit (Statute 118A.242)

Maximum – Three (3) months’ rent is the limit a landlord may charge a tenant.

Returning – Landlord must return the deposit within thirty (30) days from the tenant moving out.

Landlord’s Access to Rental Property (Statute 118A.330)

The property owner/manager must provide at least twenty-four (24) hours notice before entering the tenant’s leased space.