Rental Property Agreement Free

A lease is a contract between a tenant and a lessor for the tenant to live in a property for rent for a certain period of time. Leases usually cover six or twelve months and the rent is paid monthly. In most cases, neither the tenant nor the landlord can change the term of the lease without the consent of the other. Sometimes early termination of a rental agreement may be allowed after notice. Frequent violations of the rental agreement are unpaid rental and electricity bills, damage to the property and the tenant who breaks the law. In addition to the information contained in a standard contract, a full rental agreement can determine whether the property is furnished or not (with the possibility of including a description), appoint a house manager acting on behalf of the lessor and indicate whether the tenant can run a home shop on the site.