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Kentucky Rental Agreement Forms and Landlord Resources

A landlord in Kentucky must wear many hats at once. When you want to stay organized and protected, and do it at an affordable rate, ezLandlordForms is your one-stop-shop. We offer tools and resources to help you every step of the way, beginning before you even settle on your investment property, and helping you complete every stage of interaction with your tenants. Our site is comprehensive and offers something for first-time investors and experienced landlords alike.

Our site is organized to help you learn, manage, and grow, and be sure you’re doing it all according to Kentucky’s Landlord-Tenant regulations. In fact, we offer a convenient summary of those laws, which is a great place to start. Our KY Assist tips will also point out key Kentucky provisions when you fill out our lease agreement. You can find out more about industry trends by reading our helpful articles. We have resources to help you connect with other real estate professionals, too. Use our handy directories to locate a local real estate investing club or attorney. When you want to know more about your prospective tenant, our tenant screening service is quick and affordable. Our management tools help you maximize your time and investment. You only need to enter all your key information once, and with our auto-fill technology, creating new forms and documents for your existing tenants is a breeze. When you run into a sticky situation, rely on our community of experts by posting your question to the online forum.

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Kentucky Residential Lease Agreements

Kentucky Lease As a landlord, you have many draws on your time and energy, but creating a customized lease agreement doesn’t have to be one of them. Using our lease builder wizard, you can draw up your lease just by answering questions about the rental terms you want. We guarantee our product complies with Kentucky law, including real-time updates to our documents and exclusive KY Assist tips to make sure you know about Tenant-Landlord regulations. It’s easy to get started today with your free account, just click Create New Lease to launch the Kentucky lease builder.

Kentucky Landlord Forms

Kentucky Rental Forms Kentucky Official Forcible Detainer Complaint
The landlord may file this Forcible Detainer Complaint the day following the expiration of the notice period, provided the tenant remains in non-compliance.

Kentucky Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign!!! Our Kentucky rental agreement is both quick and thorough, allowing customization and informing you of Kentucky laws as you create the lease.

Kentucky 7 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit
Use the Kentucky 7 Day Notice when rent is past due. The landlord must serve a written notice granting either 7 days to pay or they must vacate the premises.

Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Vacate
If the tenant violates the lease twice within 6 months, the landlord may serve the tenant with a Kentucky Notice To Vacate, with no option to cure and stay.

Kentucky 14 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate
Use this Kentucky form when a tenant violates a provision of the lease, excluding non-payment of rent. This grants them 14 days to cure or vacate the premises.

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Kentucky Attorneys

Kentucky Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Bradley Fox, Esq.
Fox & Scott, PLLC
Covington, KY
  Dennis R. Carrithers
Dennis R. Carrithers, Attorney at Law
Louisville, KY
Gregory T. Taylor
Gregory T. Taylor, Esq.
Murray, KY

Kentucky Links and Resources

Kentucky Rental Resources Kentucky Court of Justice Web-site
The American Judicial System and our legal processes are often misunderstood by citizens. This web site is designed to answer some of your questions about Kentucky's Court of Justice, one of our three branches of government, and to familiarize you with its operation. It includes information and forms to use in Landlord Tenant situations.

Kentucky Landlord Tenant Legislature
Kentucky Legislature Revised Statutes Last Updated June 21, 2005

Kentucky Real Estate Investment Clubs

Kentucky Landlord Clubs
Northern Kentucky Real Estate Investors Association, Covinton, KY
Meeting Time: 2nd Wednesday, 6:00 to 7:00 PM  More Kentucky Real Estate Investment Clubs »

The Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Apartment Association, KY
Meeting Time: See Website  More Kentucky Real Estate Investment Clubs »

The Kentuckiana Real Estate Investors Association, Louisville, KY
Meeting Time: 4th Thursday of every month, 5:30 pm.  More Kentucky Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Kentucky Real Estate Investment Articles

Kentucky Rental Articles
Kentucky Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted September 28, 2009
Kentucky has unique landlord-tenant laws, so we summarize their lease regulations here in Q&A format for fast and easy reference.

My Tenant Backed Out of the Lease - Now What?
Posted December 22, 2016
You gathered a pile of applications for your rental property. You narrowed it to several finalists and, after screening a few backgrounds, you finally settled on the best candidate for your next tenant. Now, that tenant is backing out of the lease at the very last minute. What should you do, besides tearing your hair out? It depends on whether or not the tenant signed your lease agreement, and whether you obtained a Hold Deposit. Also, did your lease include an Early Termination clause? Know the answers to these questions before reading further - they matter!

Why Does Eviction Take So Long?
Posted December 13, 2016
You want your tenants out and you want them out today. You have been more than patient, your tenants are taking advantage of you, and things are only going to get worse. So, why can't you just kick them out immediately? Wouldn't any judge understand that eviction is appropriate under these typical scenarios? • Tenants haven't paid rent in months. • Tenants let other people move in and never told you or asked permission. • The last time tenants let you in to inspect, you saw the unit was trashed. These examples – among many others – are lease violations and landlords do not have to put up with them. And, yes, action is definitely called for. Unfortunately, far too many landlords make wrong assumptions about the action they are per

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