Prepare leases, rental contracts, and applications for your tenants to sign with these easy Residential Lease Forms for the State of Utah. You can find termination notices in our Utah Landlord-Tenant Notice Forms section.
Q. When do I have to return the tenant's damage deposit?
A. Utah law states that the deposit must be returned within 30 days after the tenant moves out or within 15 days after the landlord receives written notice of the tenant's new address, whichever is later.
Q. What items can I legally deduct from the deposit?
The security deposit is intended to cover such things as unpaid rent and late fees, damage caused by the tenant, and cleaning costs. If you keep any of the deposit to cover those items, you must provide the tenant with a written statement itemizing each deduction.
Q. If the tenant abandons the property and leaves some of their belongings behind, can I sell them?
A. First, you must hold the belongings for 30 days and use your best efforts to locate the tenant. If you can't find the tenant, and if nobody claims the property after the 30-day period is up, you have the right to sell the property and apply the money to the unpaid rent.
Transfer an existing lease to a new owner of the property with this Utah Assignment of Lease by Landlord form.
The Assignment is between the seller (current landlord), the purchaser of the property (new landlord), and the tenant, and is part of the documentation required to complete the sale of the rental premises.
The tenant covenants to pay rent to the new landlord and continue to perform the tenant's obligations under the lease.
Lease a house or apartment in Utah to a tenant with this Fixed Term Residential Lease Agreement.
The lease runs for a fixed term, such as 1 year.
The security deposit must not exceed 1 1/2 months' rent. The deposit must be returned to the tenant within 30 days after the tenancy ends, or within 15 days of the landlord's receipt of the tenant's new address, whichever is later.
The tenant must give the landlord prompt notice of any needed repairs. The landlord.....