Tenant Receipt of Key(s)

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The Tenant receipt of Key(s) form allows landlord to document all keys given to the tenant upon move-in and helps establish organized management.

Document Last Modified: 6/6/2023

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Where you rent an apartment, you have keys. Depending on the type of rental, you may have one key or many. In newer built buildings, there may be key-cards instead of keys but whatever it is called; its function remains the same; to lock and unlock. Keeping an inventory of keys is important. Each rental is different and may have entrance to various venues secured with a lock.

This "ez Landlord Forms Tenant’s Receipt of Keys" document establishes a paper trail along with proof that the tenant did, in fact, receive keys and how many. This editable form provides a place to enter the room the key is for and the number of keys for each explicit room. For instance, if you are renting a home with a front a back door, this can be listed directly on the form. Sometimes housing in planned communities provides keys for postal boxes or the laundry room and can have hefty fines if they need to be replaced. This form can be used to pass those fines to the tenant.

This form is completely customizable. Simply place your cursor into the form text box and add, remove or change any text you desire to. Because this form is completely editable, text can be added and removed.

The form is also auto filled with your tenant’s names, the property address and the landlord's name. Signature lines added for up to four tenant signatures (you can add more if you need) that secures the written proof that the tenants received the keys.

If you are a landlord, it is not uncommon to hear this tale at the end of the tenancy. The tenant was provided an entrance key to the front door, back door, laundry room and mailbox. The tenant swears that he/she did not receive all the keys you provided. Alas! You used the ez Landlord Forms Key Receipt Form which the tenant signed. You are protected!