Agreement between User/Tenant and Urbana - Leasing Begins 4th Quarter 2019'
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A lease or rental agreement sets out the rules landlords and tenants agree to follow in their rental relationship. It is a legal contract, as well as an immensely practical document full of crucial business details, such as how long the tenant can occupy the property and the amount of rent due each month. Whether the lease or rental agreement is as short as one page or longer than five, typed or handwritten, it needs to cover the basic terms of the tenancy.
Names of all Tenants
Every adult who lives in the rental unit, including both members of a married or unmarried couple, should be named as tenants and sign the lease or rental agreement. Tenants are legally responsible for all terms, including the full amount of the rent and the proper use of the property. Urbana can legally seek the entire rent from any one of the tenants should the others skip out or be unable to pay; and if one tenant violates an important term of the tenancy, Urbana can terminate the tenancy for all tenants on that lease or rental agreement.
Limits on Occupancy
The rental unit is the residence of only the tenants who have signed the lease and their minor children. Urbana will determine who lives in the property -- ideally, tentants who are screened and approved - and there is a limit the number of occupants. The tenant has no right to allow a friend or relative, or to sublets the unit, without knowledge of Urbana and written permission.
Term of the Tenancy
Every rental agreement will state a fixed-term lease. Rental agreements usually run from month-to-month and self-renew unless terminated by the landlord or tenant. Leases, typically last a year. Flexibility will depend and will be arranged in your arrangement at time of Lease document signatures.
Your lease or rental agreement will specify the amount of rent, when it is due (typically, the first of the month), and how it's to be paid, such as by mail to your office. To avoid confusion and head off disputes with tenants, spell out details such as:
- acceptable payment methods (such as personal check only)
- whether late fees will be due if rent is not paid on time, the amount of the fee, and whether there's any grace period
- any charges if a rent check bounces
Deposits and Fees
Use and return of deposits, including:
- the dollar amount of the security deposit (state laws setting maximum amounts)
- use of the deposit (for example, for damage repair) tenant may not use deposit (to apply to last month's rent)
- return of the deposit and account for deductions after the tenant moves out
- any legal nonrefundable fees, such as for cleaning or pets
Repairs and Maintenance
It is the tenant's responsibilities for repair and maintenance in your lease or rental agreement, including:
- the tenant's responsibility to keep the rental premises clean and sanitary and to pay for any damage caused by his or her abuse or neglect
- a requirement that the tenant alert Urbana to defective or dangerous conditions in the rental property, with specific details on procedures for handling complaint and repair requests
- restrictions on tenant repairs and alterations, such as adding a built-in dishwasher, installing a burglar alarm system, or painting walls without Urbana's permission
Entry to Rental Property
To avoid tenant claims of illegal entry or violation of privacy rights, your lease or rental agreement should clarify your legal right of access to the property -- for example, to make repairs -- and state how much advance notice you will provide the tenant before entering.
Restrictions on Tenant Illegal Activity
Explicit lease or rental agreement clause prohibiting disruptive behavior, such as excessive noise, and illegal activity, such as drug dealing.
Urbana does allow pets, special restrictions, such as a limit on the size, type, or number of pets or a requirement that the tenant will keep the yard free of all animal waste and proper waste disposal.
Rent control ordinances, health and safety codes, occupancy rules, and antidiscrimination laws. State laws, setting security deposit limits, notice requirements for entering rental property, tenants' rights to sublet or bring in additional roommates, rules for changing or ending a tenancy, and specific disclosure requirements such as past flooding in the rental unit. Any other legal restrictions, such as limits on the type of business a tenant may run from home, should also be spelled out in the lease or rental agreement. Your are responsible to review all important rules and regulations regarding covering parking and use of common areas is specifically mentioned in the lease or rental agreement.
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