Connecticut Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign. Connecticut has unique and strict landlord-tenant laws; our CT lease wizard helps guide you through them as you build a Connecticut lease!
Document Last Modified: 1/29/2020
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This Connecticut-specific lease agreement is created through seven easy steps. In many sections, our Lease Builder Wizard will automatically include terms and rules that the state Landlord Tenant laws require. In sections that require you to choose between several options, our Connecticut Assist gives clear guidance on how to make the right choice under the law. For example, the Rent and Deposit section requires you to indicate how rent payments and the security deposit will be submitted (certified check, cash, credit card etc.) You will see an explanation in the green, Connecticut Assist box that states that you may not require tenants to make payments by electronic funds transfer.
Along with the rental agreement, you will see numerous options to include common disclosures and addenda by checking boxes. This saves you from writing out lengthy rules using appropriate contract terms.
CONNECTICUT LEASE FEATURES
All Connecticut-required language
Guidance offered with green, Connecticut Assist boxes
Options to add your own terms and rules
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CONNECTICUT LEASE PACKAGE DOCUMENTS
Below are some additional forms you may include with your lease package:
- Option to Purchase Property Addendum
- Zero Tolerance for Criminal Activity
- Pet Policy Addendum
- Smoke Free Property Addendum
RULES & REGULATIONS
You may choose from more than 40 rules and regulations; below are just a few of the available rules and regulations that may be added to the lease by checking a box:
- The Tenant must obtain written permission to install a satellite system or antenna on or around the Leased Premises.
- The Tenant agrees to test carbon monoxide detector(s) periodically as well as maintain operational batteries at all times. The Tenant must report immediately to the Landlord any malfunction with carbon monoxide detector(s).
- Charcoal and Gas Barbecue grills may not be used or stored on any common areas, balconies, decks, patios, porches, and/or landings or entranceways.
- Absolutely no hazardous materials are permitted to be in or around the Leased Premises at any time.
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