A residential lease can be a very tricky document if it is not written correctly for the potential buyer. It is first important to define the lease. The lease should include all of the information for the property. This includes the rental amount (including deposits and fees), the day rent is due, name of all occupants and tenants, rules, contact information, description of rental, etc.
Tenants need to know that if rent is due on the first, it needs to be paid on the first. If they violate any terms in the lease, then consequences need to follow. At the end of the day, you don’t have to answer to anyone as to why everything should be done to your expectations. The lease was signed which means there is a mutual understanding as to what should and should not be done. There are many more legal aspects of a lease you should consider. For more information about residential leasing contracts, contact Martin Law Group.