California Condominium Lease Agreement
Condo owners in California can rent their unit to a tenant with this downloadable Condominium Lease Agreement.
- The lease contains clauses prohibiting smoking and restricting the type and number of pets allowed in the unit.
- The tenant must not make any alterations to the condominium without the written consent of the landlord.
- The tenant agrees to pay all annual assessments and special assessments levied by the condominium association.
- The landlord is not liable for injury or damage caused by rain, snow, or water.
- The tenant indemnifies the landlord against damage or injury caused by the tenant's action or inaction, or by that of the tenant's family or guests.
- If the condominium unit is abandoned by the tenant, the landlord may take possession of any of the tenant's property which has been left behind, and store or dispose such property as the landlord sees fit.
- The lease is governed by California law.
Keep your HOA happy by making sure your tenant signs this Condominium Lease Agreement. To download, put it in your cart and click the Checkout button.
Last Updated: 14-Apr-2016