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Lease Addendum Template

Pet Addendum

Move-In/Move-Out Walk-Through Checklist

Wisconsin Check-In/Out Condition Report

Zero Tolerance for Criminal Activity

Security Deposit Receipt - Move In/Out Condition

Lease Option Agreement / Lease Purchase Option

Attorney General's Summary of The Delaware Landlord Tenant Code

DC Required Notice to Tenants of Housing Code Provisions

BC Rental Condition Inspection Report (RTB-27)

Lease Co-Signer Agreement

Satellite Dish/Antenna Installation Policy and Permission

Bi-Weekly Payment Arrangement

Military Addendum

Pool/Hot Tub Addendum (Non-Community)

Security Alarm System Installation Policy and Permission

Watercraft/Travel Trailer Parking Permission

Maryland Lead Poisoning Prevention- Notice of Tenants' Rights

Pest Control - Bed Bug Addendum

Summary of Washington State and City of Seattle Landlord/Tenant Regulations

Section 8 Tenancy Addendum (HUD)

Roommate Lease Addendum

East Lansing Addendum to the Lease

Wisconsin Non-Standard Lease Provisions Addendum

Furnished Rental Unit Addendum

Michigan Walk-Through Checklist

New York City Window Guard Notice (Lease Addendum)

New York City Rent-Stabilized Rider (Form RA-LR1)

Washington Smoke-Free Lease Addendum

New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report

Manitoba Rental Unit Condition Report

Chicago Lease Addendum - Heating Costs

Alberta Rental Walk-Through Checklist

Saskatchewan Standard Terms and Conditions

Mold Prevention Addendum

Live-In Caregiver Addendum

Early Lease Termination Addendum

Instructions for Depositing Rent into Bank Account

Tenant Receipt of Key(s)

Tenant Guest Policy

Fireplace & Wood/Pellet-Burning Stoves Addendum

Commercial Sign Addendum

Smoke-Free Property Addendum

Marijuana Addendum

Permitted Alterations & Improvements

Personal Guarantee

District of Columbia BBL Inspection Consent Form

Oregon Rental Application Addendum and Fees Disclosure

Amendment to Add Tenant

Quick Tips: Addenda

No lease agreement, no matter how legally ironclad, is by itself adequate to protect the landlord. For example, does the lease have a room-by-room checklist of the property’s condition upon move-in and move-out? There are always issues that require further details no matter how comprehensive your lease agreement is. When that happens there is no need to make changes directly to the lease contract itself. By adding an addendum to your lease agreements, a number of issues can be addressed and are considered a legal and binding part of the rental contract. Landlords should always be prepared to accommodate tenants’ special requests and other necessary details with addenda. Addenda can be one page or many pages, and more than one addendum can be used to cover as many issues as the landlord finds suitable.

Use addenda to:
  • Address whether tenants are allowed to have pets, types of pets allowed, and other conditions
  • Communicate special conditions or rules and regulations
  • Authorize special privileges
  • Accommodate unusual or special request
  • Make temporary (or permanent) modifications to the original lease contract
  • Add a new tenant or remove one
  • Convey information about roommate situations
  • Provide record of move in and out condition of property
Be sure to keep signed copies of all addenda along with the signed lease agreement in case they are needed in court. Our ezLandlord lease builder includes the option to include many different addenda (some legally mandatory) in your lease package.

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