Lease Agreement Drafting
Draft Residential Property Lease Agreement
Residential lease agreement drafted by an expert Advocate. a true estate advocate will work with you to write down a residential lease agreement that follows the local and state laws.
This is right for you if you would like a custom residential lease agreement for your house.
- a) Introduction call. A 30-minute call to understand your advocate and mention how you’ll work together.
- b) Checklist of list of documents required are going to be shared.
- c) Verification of your documents.
- d) Drafting of the lease agreement and handling the specified paperwork.
- e) Registration of the Lease Agreement at the Registrar/Sub-registrar’s office.
What’s Not Included
- a) Court fees/Stamp Duty.
You May Also Want to understand
- a) what’s a lease agreement?
A lease agreement is just a contract between a landlord and a tenant that states what the tenant can pay monthly for rent and for a way long. Lease agreements, like many contracts, tend to intimidate some people because much of the language within the contract are often confusing. However, if you’ve got a basic understanding of what’s included during a lease agreement, it can assist you avoid unnecessary disagreements or expenditures during or after your lease is over.
- b) What does a lease agreement outline?
The lease agreement outlines and details the obligations and responsibilities of the owner (lessor) and therefore the tenant (lessee). It explains what the owner and tenant have prescribed with regard to length of the lease, what proportion the monthly rent are going to be, and who are going to be liable for the upkeep of the property. it’s important for tenants to know that lease agreements are often altered before being signed. If there’s something that you simply don’t understand or comply with, or if there’s a provision that must be altered, discuss it with the owner before signing the lease.
- c) Is a lease agreement legally binding?
Once your lease agreement is signed, it governs what the owner and therefore the tenant can and can’t do during the term of the lease. The lease agreement acts as a legal, binding contract between the owner and tenant and can be used intrinsically by the court if any legal proceedings arise between the 2 parties. If there’s quite one tenant liable for the lease, a landlord can enforce the lease against all the tenants should the necessity arise, so it’s important for everybody involved to know what their responsibilities are under the terms of the lease.