Indiana Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign. Indiana has its own landlord-tenant regulations, which our lease wizard will guide you through as you create your Indiana lease agreement.
Document Last Modified: 6/21/2017
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All you have to do is complete fields in the 7-step Lease Builder, and follow instructions that appear in green text boxes that are titled Indiana Assist. For instance, one State Assist explains that Indiana requires the landlord/property manager to have tenants acknowledge, in writing, that the rental unit is equipped with a functional smoke detector. Neither the landlord nor the tenant may waive this requirement.
All Indiana state mandates are addressed through the Lease Builder. In addition, this document also meets lease requirements for the city of Indianapolis. There is also a wide variety of optional addenda, disclosures and practical forms for convenience that may be included with this lease. Indiana laws are complex. Rely on our Lease Builder to simplify the process.
INDIANA LEASE FEATURES
All lease terms that Indiana requires
Options to add your own terms
Clauses that may be individually customized
Guidance on state laws with green, Indiana Assist boxes
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INDIANA LEASE PACKAGE DOCUMENTS
These are some of the dozens of additional legal forms that may be included in the lease:
- Military Tenant Addendum – Legally required for servicemembers
- Lease Option Purchase Agreement
- Co-Signer/Guarantor Addendum
- Pet Policy Addendum
- Optional lease packet cover page and custom Table of Contents
RULES & REGULATIONS
Below is just a peek at the selection of rules and regulations we offer with the Indiana lease package:
- Tenant agrees to test carbon monoxide detector(s) periodically, maintain operational batteries, and immediately report any malfunction of detector(s).
- Tenant must immediately report any malfunction with smoke detector(s) and agrees not to remove, dismantle or take any action to interfere with the operation of any smoke detector(s).
- Tenant agrees not to transfer, assign or sub-lease the leased premises without the landlord's written permission.
- Tenant must provide Renter's Insurance.
- Tenant shall notify landlord of any pest control problems.
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