Indiana Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

Download Indiana lease agreements in Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx, .dot, etc.) which works as a template for an eventual contract between a landlord and tenant. All agreements follow the State laws (Title 32 Article 31) and the landlord should feel obligated to accept a rental application from the potential tenant(s) as to verify that they are financially capable of paying rent every month.


This Indiana commercial lease agreement is designed for property owners looking to rent their property to a motivated and ambitious business owner. While this document is similar to other types of rental contracts, it is different in the fact that there are three separate ways of structuring the lease (Gross, Modified-Gross, and Triple Net (NNN)). For the Gross type, the landlord typically pays for every cost related to the property, with the tenant only contributing a fixed monthly payment. Modified gross splits up…

The Indiana month to month lease is designed to appeal to individuals who desire a short lease term, or those who would like to have no set end date for the lease. This agreement allows the landlord or tenant to terminate the lease agreement with at least one (1) months’ notice in writing (32-31-1-1). At the same time, the tenant may potentially be staying a short time at the property, it may result in the landlord neglecting to ask the tenant to complete a…

If an individual lives or owns property in Indiana and is planning to authorize a lease with a potential tenant, the application should be the “go-to” tool for gauging an tenant’s character. Nothing may be worse than accepting a financially bad tenant into a property that disregards the terms and conditions, late on monthly payments, or damages your property that eventually ends in an eviction. When the tenant(s) applies to the property, ensure they complete this application in order to view their criminal, rental, employment, and credit history. This…

The Indiana residential lease agreement is the preferred choice by the average landlord as it is a simple and is yearly agreement with infused monthly payments. The document is compatible with the Landlord-Tenant laws and clearly outlines the terms and conditions of each parties’ responsibilities. The form suggests that the landlord utilize the rental application to ensure he or she is accepting only the most diligent and financially secure tenants into the property. A security deposit should be required in addition to the application from the…

The Indiana sublease agreement works by having the original tenant of a property, known as the sub-lessor, lease out the property to another individual, known as the sub-lessee. Both the original tenant and the sublessee would be living in the same property, and both would be contributing to the monthly rent, unless the the sublessor rent the entire space. In a sublease, all of the responsibility rests on the sub-lessor, not the landlord. The landlord should be informed of any new sub-tenant(s)…

The Indiana eviction notice is for a tenant who is late on their monthly payment and this form grants ten (10) days for the individual(s) to pay all the rent that is due or face moving out of the unit (Statute 32-31-1-7).

REQUIRED DISCLOSURES

Disclosure of Managers and Agents (IC 32-31-3-18) – The landlord must disclose and name an individual or entity located within the State that is authorized to manage the premises.

Lead-Based Paint – Required for any housing built before 1978 per federal law.

LANDLORD-TENANT LAWS

Security Deposit

Maximum – There is no State law prohibiting a landlord from charging as much as desired.

Return of Deposits; Deductions; Liability (IC 32-31-3-12) – The landlord must give the deposit back to the tenant within forty-five (45) days from the contract end date.

Access/Entry

(IC 32-31-5-6) – The landlord must give “reasonable notice” before entering the premises.