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Residents of New Hampshire take their freedom very seriously, as they should, thus the state motto, ‘Live free or die.’ We agree, and it’s the reason we make it easy for New Hampshire landlords and property managers to manage their rental properties and still have the freedom to do whatever they wish. We know it would take time, not to mention money, for landlords and property managers to familiarize themselves with the New Hampshire landlord -tenant laws. With our New Hampshire assist, all required laws are included for you.

For those times when you’re in need of additional resources, we have a plethora of resources for you like tenant screenings, a New Hampshire directory of attorneys, a forum where you can ask landlord-tenant related questions, and a huge database of relevant articles for your convenience. Plus we offer live chat assistance for any technical or form related help you might need.

With our wealth of information and resources, we’ve provided the tools for landlords and property managers to manage their rental properties effectively and still have the freedom to do other things.

New Hampshire Residential Lease Agreements

New Hampshire Lease We’ve pulled out all the stops with our New Hampshire lease agreement package. You asked for legal protection. Check. You wanted it to be user-friendly. Check. You wanted to be able to edit and e-mail. Check. And you wanted a way to make copies so you don’t have to re-create it every time you get a new tenant. Check. The only thing we haven’t done is created it for you. We left that up to you.

New Hampshire Landlord Forms

New Hampshire Rental Forms New Hampshire Demand For Rent
This New Hampshire eviction notice is used when a tenant has failed to pay rent. This Demand for Rent gives the renter 7 days to pay or vacate.

New Hampshire Lease Agreement
Like all states, New Hampshire has unique leasing laws; our NH lease wizard summarizes laws as you create a New Hampshire rental agreement.

New Hampshire Property Abandonment Letter
The New Hampshire Property Abandonment Letter explains the next steps that will be taken to the tenant(s) that abandoned the rental unit.

New Hampshire Eviction Notice
Serve this New Hampshire eviction notice on tenants before filing eviction for breaches of the lease agreement other than non-payment of rent.

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New Hampshire Attorneys

New Hampshire Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Philip M. Kalil
The Law Offices of Germaine & Blaszka, P.A.
germainelaw.com
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Derry , NH
  Sabin Maxwell
Bouchard, Kleinman & Wright
www.bkwlawyers.com/sabin_maxwell.htm
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Manchester, NH

New Hampshire Links and Resources

New Hampshire Rental Resources New Hampshire District Court Filing Information
Information regarding filing for Eviction in the State of New Hampshire.
www.nh.gov/judiciary/district/landlord.htm

New Hampshire Landlord / Tenant Housing Standards
The Official Statutes of Landlord Tenant Law in New Hampshire.
www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/iii/48-a/48-a-14.htm

New Hampshire Real Estate Investment Clubs

New Hampshire Landlord Clubs
New Hampshire Real Estate Investors Association (NHREIA), Manchester, NH
www.nhreia.com
Meeting Time: 6:30 PM, 2nd Wednesday of the month, Number of Members: 200  More New Hampshire Real Estate Investment Clubs »

New Hampshire Real Estate Investment Articles

New Hampshire Rental Articles
New Hampshire Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted October 29, 2009
Despite its libertarian reputation, New Hampshire still has significant landlord-tenant laws that Nebraska landlords must comply with.

My New Tenant is a Dog
Posted August 24, 2016
It has been more than five years since the federal law on assistance animals got its last major revision; yet, landlords continue to send questions and comments on the topic to our chat, email and online forums. Admittedly, it was a dramatic shift, requiring rental property owners who had traditionally banned dogs and other animals to accept tenants with assistance animals. Even landlords who welcomed pets have been scratching their heads over new guidelines on animal deposits and fees.

Should Your Rental Lease Have a Marijuana Clause?
Posted July 27, 2016
Imagine that the single family home you own in a quiet neighborhood was just leased to a family that moved from out of state. You pop by a few weeks after lease-signing to drop off extra keys and see how they are settling in. Instead of beds, sofas and other décor, you find that each room has been fitted with grow lights connected to hazardous tangles of electrical cords. Your tenants have stripped your house of furnishings and converted it into a greenhouse for growing marijuana.

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