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New Jersey Window Guard Disclosure

Summary of the Chicago Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance

New Jersey Truth in Renting Guide

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure & Certification

Lead Paint Pamphlet (EPA) for Units Built Before 1978

Security Deposit Receipt & Disclosure

Toxic Mold Disclosure

Asbestos Disclosure

Massachusetts Tenant Lead Law Notification and Certification Form

Maine Energy Efficient Disclosure Form

Minnesota Landlords and Tenants-Rights and Responsibilities

Washington State Fire & Life Safety Disclosure Form

Georgia Flood Disclosure

Maine Residential Rental Property Lead Disclosure Statement

Oregon Non-Compliance Fees Disclosure

Oregon Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Disclosure

Maryland Security Deposit Receipt

New Jersey Security Deposit Receipt Disclosure

Buffalo Disclosure of Smoking Policy

New York City Bed Bug Infestation Disclosure

NYC Child Notice for Lead Paint Compliance

District of Columbia Lead Disclosure Form

Maine Radon Disclosure

Massachusetts Statement of Condition

Missouri Methamphetamine/Controlled Substances Disclosure

Ontario Information for New Tenants

New York Sprinkler Disclosure

Virginia Military Noise Disclosure

Michigan Truth in Renting

Tenant's Waiver of Insurance

Fire Safety Device(s) Disclosure

Arizona Residential Pool Safety Notice

Baltimore City Flood Zone Disclosure

California Accessibility and Americans with Disabilities Act

California Energy Disclosure

Baltimore City Disclosure of Expenses

Washington DC Tenant Bill of Rights

Quick Tips: Disclosures

The best CYA tool in the business is the disclosure form. Never lease a home without knowing what you need to disclose to cover your… assets. Having the proper disclosures can keep you out of court and in compliance with your local and state laws.

When creating a lease agreement, you will have an opportunity in Step 7 of the lease wizard to select (or deselect) disclosures to include in your lease package. Pay particular attention to state-specific disclosures, and (as we try to say as often as possible) lead paint disclosures if your property was built before 1978!

Use a disclosure form:
  • To warn of any potentially harmful materials or substances in the home (asbestos, mold, lead paint)
  • To convey strict policies affecting a tenant’s decision to move in
  • To meet local and jurisdictional requirements
  • To capture and relay information regarding tenant security deposits
  • To detail condition of property at onset of rental
  • For tenant insurance waivers
  • To provide pertinent historical information on properties whenever required
When in doubt, it is better to over-disclose than under-disclose, as it is often legally-required. Be sure the tenants sign the disclosures, and keep signed copies alongside the signed lease agreement in case you need to pronounce your perfect compliance in a future courtroom.

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