Utah Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Utah residential and commercial leases may be created to bind a lessor, or the "landlord",  and a lessee, or the "tenant", to an agreement that binds both parties until the end of the term. The landlord will typically collect monthly payment from the tenant along with any other stated fees in return for the tenant's use of the property. After the tenant approves of the space and states their intent to rent, the landlord will conduct a credit check through the rental application and upon both parties signing the agreement the transaction and contract shall become final.


The Utah commercial lease agreement is a real estate document used for the authorization of a tenant to use retail, industrial, or office space for business use in return for monthly rent to the landlord. The tenant, after showing interest in the space, should come to an agreement with the landlord (verbally) over the price of the property on a per month or price per square foot ($/SF) basis. The landlord will accept the tenant’s credit information through the rental…

The Utah month to month rental agreement is a document that outlines an arrangement between a landlord and tenant over the use of livable space that does not have an end date. The tenant must outline their responsibilities in the lease and upon the agreed upon timeframe the payment must be made every month which authorizes the use of the premises for another thirty (30) days. According to § 78B-6-802 the landlord or tenant must give at least fifteen (15) days’…

The Utah rental application is a document used for screening purposes when it comes to individuals seeking to rent residential or commercial space. The form may be accompanied by a non-refundable fee by the landlord for the cost of conducting the verification as well as to see how interested the potential tenant may be in the space. Once approved, the landlord and tenant will typically come to an agreement over the finer details of the lease and after all negotiations…

The Utah residential lease agreement is written following all State laws (Title 57) and authorize a landlord and tenant to come to terms with a contract over the use of livable space. The standard process for a tenant to be signed to a legally binding document usually starts with the following; Potential lessee finds the space they have interest and negotiate the monthly payment (verbally) with the lessor. The lessor accepts all individual(s) credit, employment, and background information through the rental…

A sublease agreement is a template used for a tenant that has decided to rent the space they have to someone else under the pretense that they will move out no later than the ending of the original lease. The master agreement, between the landlord and tenant, must be abided by and the new tenant, or “sublessee”, will have also an arrangement with the original tenant that will mirror the same guidelines except the monthly payment to be negotiated. Responsibility…

The Utah notice to quit for the nonpayment of rent allows a lessee three (3) days after the date the rent is due to pay the landlord or face a legal eviction. The form must be served on the tenant if rent is late with the intention of them paying within the 3-day period. If payment is not made, the landlord will have the right to seek legal counsel. The tenant also has the right to leave the premises without…

Commercial Lease Laws – Title 70a > Chapter 2a

Residential Lease Laws – Title 57

REQUIRED LANDLORD DISCLOSURES

Lead-Based Paint – Federal law that requires any housing unit built before 1978 to have the lessor give this form to all tenants to inform them of this potential hazard in the walls.

LANDLORD-TENANT LAWS

Security Deposits

Maximum – No State cap. The landlord may request as much as desired.

Returning (57-17-3) – The landlord must return the funds within thirty (30) days from the time the landlord receives the tenant’s forwarding address.

Access to Premises by Landlord

The landlord does not have to give notice before entering the property but it is specified under 57-22-5 that the landlord cannot violate the tenant’s right of quiet enjoyment of the premises. Therefore at least twenty-four (24) hours notice is recommended before entering the property for a repair or maintenance reason.