Agreements: By Type (6)
|Standard (1-year) Lease Agreement – This agreement is used for most residential rental properties. It has a one-year term and relays the standard information required in a rental agreement for both parties to sign off on.
|Commercial Lease Agreement – This agreement is used to rent out commercial real estate such as warehouses, retail outlets, restaurants, or office space.
|Month-to-Month Lease Agreement – This agreement is also called an at-will lease as it allows the tenant to renew the lease with a rent payment, but terminate the agreement at any time with sufficient notice.
|Rent-to-Own Agreement (Lease Option) – Enables a tenant to become a buyer after they rent residential property for a specific period of time and meet certain financial expectations and other obligations.
|Roommate Agreement – The roommate agreement allows individuals sharing an apartment, house, or other domicile to determine the division of utilities, rent, and other responsibilities.
|Sublease Agreement – The sublease agreement enables a tenant to rent out their space to a third-party sublessee.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – This is a federally-required disclosure form that must be presented to all tenants prior to the commencement of a tenancy if the property being rented was built prior to the year 1978.
- Chapter 7 – Landlord and Tenant (§§ 89-7-1 – 89-7-125)
- Chapter 8 – Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (§§ 89-8-1 – 89-8-29)
General Access – No statute. (At least twenty-four (24) hours is recommended.)
Emergency Access – No statute.
Grace Period – No statute.
Maximum Fees ($) – No statute.
Rent Increase Notice – No statute.
Maximum Amount ($) – No statute.
Returning to Tenant (§ 89-8-21) – The security deposit must be returned to the tenant within forty-five (45) days of the lease termination.
Interest Required? – No statute.
Separate Bank Account? – No statute.