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Document Last Modified: 3/27/2023
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Table of Contents
- Nevada Residential Lease Agreement
- Landlord-Tenant Laws
- Required Disclosures
- Nevada Rental Forms and Templates
- Other State Lease Agreements
- Create Nevada Lease Agreement
Nevada Residential Lease Agreement
Your Nevada Lease Agreement needs to comply with all Nevada Lease laws. This is what it means to be state-specific. Our Nevada Lease is GUARANTEED to comply with all state laws.
Plus, it’s EZ to create and customize! Here’s how:
- Follow user-friendly prompts to customize your Lease Agreement entirely online.
- As you do, get State Assist tips that point out important Nevada Laws. Note: all Nevada-required language, terms, and disclosures are automatically included in the Lease Agreement.
- Select from over 25 addenda, disclosure, and additional documents that you can add to your Lease Package - for example, a Pet Addendum, Guest Policy, or Pool/Hot Tub Addendum.
- You and your Tenant can review and sign your completed Lease Agreement online, using our electronic signing tool.
- Your signed Lease is automatically stored securely with our ezCloudStorage.
Pro Tip: It only takes about 15 minutes to create a customized Lease Package that complies with all Nevada Lease laws.
If you manage rental units in Nevada, you need to know the state’s Landlord-Tenant laws.
Pro Tip: Our Nevada Lease Agreement complies with all state laws. This means you don’t need to worry about these when you create your Lease.
|Ending and Renewing||
Fixed-Term Lease: These Lease Agreements may terminate at the end of the Lease term unless otherwise specified. All notice provisions must be contained in the original Lease Agreement unless agreed to later by both parties in a signed,
Periodic Tenancies: A Landlord may require a Tenant to provide written or oral notice for Lease termination equal to one periodic term of the Tenancy. For example, if rent is paid monthly, the Landlord may require up to 30 days' notice for ending a Lease Agreement
|Security Deposit||A security deposit, including last month's rent, may not exceed an amount equal to 3 months’ rent.|
|Returned Payment Fee||The maker of a bad check may be charged a collection fee of no more than $25.00 for each dishonored check.|
|Late Fee||Late fees may not exceed 5% of regular rent.|
|Insurance Requirements||There are no laws that specifically state that a Tenant is required to carry insurance on the property. However, a Rental Agreement may specify that the Landlord requires insurance to be carried and failure to do so constitutes a Lease violation.|
|Notice to Enter||Landlords are required to give at least 24 hours' notice before entering the Leased premises.|
The Lease must fully explain each fee and why it is required. This may include a non-refundable cleaning fee.
A Landlord may not unreasonably withhold consent to a Tenant’s request to assign/sublet the property.
Contact your local housing or zoning office to ensure your rental property complies with city and county requirements for inspections, rent control, occupancy limits, property codes, and zoning. Many cities and counties require inspections and registrations and have specific maintenance regulations.
Nevada requires that the following disclosures be included in the Lease Agreement. We automatically include these in our Lease Agreement to make your life EZ.
- Fees: Any rental fees that are non-refundable must be stated in the Lease Agreement.
- Foreclosure: If the Property has foreclosure proceedings pending, it must be disclosed to the Tenant.
- Lead-Based Paint Disclosure: If a rental unit was built before 1978, occupants must be provided with a lead-based paint disclosure.
- Move-In Checklist: At the time the tenancy starts, renters must be provided with a signed current condition of the property checklist.
- Nuisance/Violation Guidance: Tenants must be provided with a guide on the steps to report a nuisance or violation on the property.
- USA Flag - Right to Raise: THe Landlord must provide Tenants with information on their right to wave the flag on the property.
Want to make sure you include all required disclosures? We make it EZ and automatically include all state-required language, terms, and disclosures.
Does a Lease need to be notarized in Nevada?
Sometimes Lease Agreements do not need to be notarized if they’re being signed by both the Landlord, or lessor, and Tenant, or lessee. Once the Lease is signed by both parties, it’s considered legally binding and fully enforceable.
However, if an agent is signing on behalf of the Landlord, the Lease Agreement does need to be notarized.
How do you write a simple Lease Agreement?
A simple Lease Agreement needs to include key terms, including the names of the Landlord and Tenant, the property address, rent amount, rent due date, the Lease term, security deposit information, and late fee information.
Keep in mind, however, that this is only the most basic information that must be included. Writing a simple Lease Agreement isn’t easy and puts the Landlord at risk of not having complete protection. Because of this, it’s best to avoid simple, blank Lease templates or fillable generic forms.
Instead, you need a state-specific Lease Agreement that complies with all state Lease laws and covers all policies for your rental unit.
What’s the standard Lease term in Nevada?
The standard Nevada Lease term is one year (12 months). However, shorter and longer terms are acceptable as long as they’re agreed upon by both parties.
Thankfully, we offer short-term and long-term Lease Agreements, including our Vacation Rental Contract, Month-to-Month Lease Agreement, and Nevada Lease Agreement.
How should I save my Lease Agreements?
Once you’ve gotten a great Lease Agreement signed, it’s important to keep it accessible to address any Tenant issues that arise. Our Lease Agreement is automatically stored securely on the cloud. It’s also EZ to print or download and save as a PDF.
Whether you prefer a hard copy or an electronic copy, make sure you have a system for securely storing your signed Lease Agreements!
Who needs a Lease Agreement?
Anyone who rents real estate needs a Lease Agreement. This is true whether you’re renting an apartment, condo, single-family home, or duplex. While there are some Nevada Lease templates available - for example, the one offered by the Nevada Association of Realtors - it’s best to avoid these basic Lease templates.
Instead, invest in a quality Lease agreement that is state-specific, customizable, and comprehensive.
Nevada Rental Forms and Templates
Nevada Landlords need Lease forms for the entire Landlord lifecycle. We’ve got everything you need from move-in to move-out.
- Rental Application: This free Rental Application is the best way to start the screening process. Use it to gather important information and to get the necessary authorizations to run vital screening reports.
- Tenant Welcome Letter: Customize this letter to provide Tenants with important information about their new rental property.
- Rent Ledger: Use our rent ledger to document rent payments and to ensure you have a record of any missed payments.
- Nevada 3-Day Notice to Quit: This is used for specific Lease violations as outlined by Nevada Revised Statute 40.2514. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Nevada 5-Day Notice to Quit for Lease Violation: This form should be used for Lease violations other than non-payment of rent or those reasons listed in the 3-day notice to quit.
- Nevada 5-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit: This form should be used for Tenants that are late with rent. It informs Tenants that they need to pay rent or move out.
- Nevada 5-Day Unlawful Detainer Notice: This notice is for Tenants that need to vacate the property for failure to comply with prior notices.
- Nevada 7-Day No Cause Notice to Quit: This Notice should be used when there’s no Lease, a week-to-week Lease, or if the Tenant has stayed beyond the original Lease term.
- Nevada 30-Day No Cause Notice to Quit: This form should be used to terminate a month-to-month tenancy.
- Nevada Landlord-Tenant Eviction Handbook: This resource outlines the eviction process and provides details about both Landlord and Tenant rights.
- Nevada 5-Day Tenancy At-Will Notice: This form should be used to provide at-will Tenants with proper notice to vacate the property. It’s a necessary first step in the eviction process.
- Nevada Quitclaim Deed: This form can be used to quickly and easily transfer property ownership from one party to another.
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Other State Lease Agreements
If you have rental units in multiple states, you need a state-specific Lease Agreement for each of them. Thankfully, we’ve got state-specific Residential Lease Agreements for all 50 states!
- Arizona Lease Agreement: Create the complete Arizona Lease Package online in minutes!
- California Residential Lease Agreement: Comply with all of California’s complex Lease laws.
- Idaho Rental Contract: Enjoy unlimited access to our electronic signing tool for your Idaho Lease Agreement.
- Oregon Residential Lease: Customize your Oregon Rental Contract online in minutes.
- Utah Residential Rental Contract: The EZ way to comply with all Utah Lease laws.
Don’t see the state you need? No problem, we’ve got them all!
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