Connecticut Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Connecticut lease agreements are used for commercial and residential space when a legally binding deal is sought by an individual or entity seeking to occupy space for a period of time from a property owner/manager. The document may be filled-in with the information of both parties and once the terms of the deal are fully negotiated and written in the form it may be signed for lessor and lessee to be bound by law.


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The Connecticut commercial rental agreement is a document used for the act of leasing retail, office, or industrial property to a entity or individual tenant for the use of everyday business. The lessee must be in accordance with all local zoning laws in order to practice their service or sell their product(s). Before the landlord accepts a new tenant, they should carefully consider the individual or entity by reviewing how their business makes their income through previous years tax filings and by…

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The Connecticut month to month lease agreement allows for the renting of residential property on a basis of thirty (30) days at a time with no expiration date. Under Sec. 47a-23 either the landlord or tenant must provide at least “reasonable notice” before terminating the lease if the amount of notice is not stated in the agreement. Even though this type of rental contract may be a short term arrangement, it must still follow the residential State laws (Section 47a, Chapter 830)….

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The Connecticut notice to quit for nonpayment of rent is provided by the State (JD-HM-7) and allows a landlord to give notice that a tenant is in violation of their lease, more specifically, may be used if rent is past due. The form should be modified asking the tenant for the past monthly amount within three (3) days or face the act of vacating the property. Complaint – If tenant does not leave the premises this form may be used to…

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Download the Connecticut rental application which acts as a credit verification form for a landlord looking to screen a possible tenant for their property. The lessor will be searching for any flaws in their character as well as examining their employment and credit history to see if they have a decent record of paying bills and previous landlords on time. In order to property process the application the landlord will need the following information; Full Name (First, Middle, Last) Social…

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In pursuant to Title 47a, Chapter 830 the landlord and tenant may come to an agreement over the use of occupying residential property for a fixed term. The contract may start at a future date and if the tenant would like to move-in to the premises the rent for those days is usually pro-rated or the lessee may take possession of the space upon the first day of period. Security Deposits and Review Process Upon a potential lessee approving space that they…

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Download and complete the Connecticut sublease agreement which gives a tenant the right to bind a fellow individual to occupy space they are currently renting from a residential property owner. Most all standard leases do not allow the tenant to sublet the property while under agreement. Therefore, in most cases, the tenant will have to seek the permission from the property owner in order to sublet the premises to someone else. The tenant conducting the sublet, or sublessor, must keep…

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REQUIRED LANDLORD DISCLOSURES

Common Interest Community (Sec. 47a-3e) – If the housing is located in a common-interest community it must be stated to the tenant in writing.

Identification (Sec. 47a-6) – The landlord must identify their name and address for notices as well as any authorized persons allowed on to the property.

Lead Paint – Federal law requires landlords in every State to identify if their property was improved prior to 1978. If so this form must be attached to every lease and purchase agreement in the effort to notify individuals of this hazard on the property.

LANDLORD-TENANT LAWS

Security Deposits47A-21

Maximum – Two (2) months’ rent is all that is allowed to be charged by a Connecticut landlord and only one (1) month if the lessee is sixty-two (62) years of age or older.

Returning – The landlord has thirty (30) days to return the deposit to the tenant.

Access to the Premises – Sec. 47a-16

The landlord must always provide “reasonable notice” before entering the property for a common maintenance issue or non-emergency event.