An Agreement Generic Rental is a legal document which confirms the process of renting in America . After signing the Agreement Generic Rental, you can get into a landlord-tenant relationship. It is better to have this agreement in writing, so that there is no chance for misunderstanding later on. Once signed and sealed, an Agreement Generic Rental can be forced in a court of law. The Agreement Generic Rental should include the basic facts about the people signing the agreement that are, the names and addresses of the tenant and the landlord. Besides, it must contain the rules and regulations of tenancy, that are, the amount of rent payable, the date by which it should be paid and how it is to be paid. The period of the tenancy is also an important matter and should thereby be mentioned in the Agreement Generic Rental. The tenant is expected to look after the property well and keep it clean and fit to be seen. At the end of the rental period, the tenant has to give up the property to the landlord. During the tenure of rental agreement, he has to keep paying rent to the landlord. The tenant may also hand over the right to live in the property to another person who can be called a subtenant. In this case, the Agreement Generic Rental is called a sublease. The Agreement Generic Rental can be completed at the end of the tenancy period or even ahead of time, depending on the landlord's and the tenant's joint approval. At the end of the tenancy period, the Agreement Generic Rental can also be renewed if the involved parties want it to.
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