Make sure your rental price is very clear, if you have additional charges, you need to have them in the rental agreement and make sure the tenants know this before the lease starts. I give the proportional rent and we have it very clearly in our lease, so if they sign their lease, they will know. It`s $2000 for the first month and the prorated rent is $400. Be clear, so that there is no confusion when the next month arrives. We always have a full month due the first month and the second month`s rent is always pro-rented. Megan`s Law (§ 2079.10(a)) – New tenants must be informed (in writing in the content of the rental agreement) that the California Department of Justice maintains a website that shares the reports of registered sex offenders. Death (§ 1710.2) – If, within the last 3 years, a death has occurred within the limits of the rented property, the owner or agent must pass on this knowledge to the new tenant (except in cases where the person has died of the AIDS virus). Sublease Agreement – If the primary lease agreement allows it, this can be implemented if a „subtenant“ wishes to lease real estate to a „subtenant“. There is no additional period imposed by the State, the rent is due on the date provided for in the rental agreement (Article 1947). Proximity to a military base (§ 1940.7) – Owners / Owners of dwellings located within 1 mile of a military base with heavy weapons are required to disclose this fact before the execution of a lease. At House Match, we don`t use the bus (California Association of Realtors) lease, we have our own lease. Our lease agreement is 22 pages long, so our lease is a bit broader since we`ve been doing it for a long time and we have some very specific things to discuss in our lease agreement. So I`m going to go into some of the things that I would suggest if you were to build your own lease, that you would make sure those elements are included in it.
Leasing because will have all the basic things you need, but not some specific things. Standard Lease Agreement – The paperwork used to formalize the rental rights and obligations granted to a property in order to create a legal link between a lessor and a tenant. Demolition (§ 1940.6) – If a landlord has applied for permission to demolish his building, all potential tenants must be informed of future plans before the lease is concluded. Monthly Rental Agreement – A low-commitment alternative that allows the tenant to rent the property for a period of one (1) month (it should be mentioned that thirty (30) days before the termination of the rental agreement, notice is required). . . .