Form Description: When you rent residential property, whether it's a house or one of a hundred apartments, it's vital that you have a well-prepared lease agreement in place. Having written lease agreements will help avoid confusion and provide evidence and guidance in case of disputes. Our notarized residential lease agreement template can help get you started, and provide more solid evidence of a legal contract in case disagreements become irreconcilable. This form includes a standard residential lease agreement that you can customize to fit you needs. At the bottom are places for contact information and signature for each party. This version is designed for an agreement between a person acting under Power of Attorney and a private individual. This form is in full-page portrait format.
Form Orientation: Portrait orientation
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