Smoking Policy Disclosure Form
Customize the Smoking Policy Disclosure to specify exactly where Tenants can and cannot smoke on your rental property.
Document Last Modified: 12/22/2022
What’s Included in the Smoking Policy Disclosure
Many Landlords across the country have adopted no-smoking or limited-smoking policies for their rental properties. There are a few reasons for this including protecting other Tenants from the effects of second-hand smoke, protecting their property from the damage caused by smoking, and reducing fire hazards.
When there is a smoking policy, Landlords need to provide Tenants with clarity about that policy at move-in. This Smoking Policy is intended to serve as an addendum to your Lease Agreement and ensure that there’s no ambiguity about smoking policies on the property.
The disclosure specifies whether :
- Smoking is prohibited on the entire Property.
- Smoking is allowed on the entire Property.
- Smoking is allowed in limited areas on the Property. If this is the case, there is an option for Landlords to specify precisely where smoking is and isn’t allowed.
Our Smoking Policy Disclosure makes it EZ for Landlords to create, customize, and share a smoking policy with all Tenants.
Popular Rental Forms and Templates
- Rental Application: Use this FREE Rental Application to screen Tenants before signing a Lease Agreement. You can also use our Rental Application to start the complete screening process, including a credit report, ResidentScore, criminal history background report, and eviction history report.
- Residential Lease Agreement: Create and customize a state-specific Lease Package entirely online in minutes.
- Move-in/Move-Out Walkthrough Checklist: This customizable checklist lets Landlords document the condition of the property at move-in and move-out. Pro Tip: This form is vital if you’re collecting a security deposit.
- Rent Ledger: This FREE Rent Ledger makes it EZ for Landlords to keep track of all rent payments and have the necessary documentation of any missed payments.
- Lease Renewal Agreement: Use this Agreement to extend your current Lease Agreement and make small adjustments to the terms.
- Increase in Rent Notice: This Notice lets Landlords provide Tenants with proper Notice of any rent increases. This page also includes an overview of the rent control laws of all 50 states.
Don’t see the form you need? Don’t worry, we’ve got over 400 more!
Everything Landlords Need…
To get the most out of their investment property.
Join our community of thousands of Pro Landlords today to build a state-specific Lease, use our electronic signing and storage tools, and get access to our entire library of Landlord forms.
#1 Rated Lease Agreement
9.3 TrustPilot Rating, with 3,384 Reviews
Choose one-time or subscription billing
So you know you're complying with state laws
Phone, live chat, or email... try us now!
Edit & print any of our forms with pro access
Trusted by over 2.3 million landlords & property managers