Minnesota Condominium Lease Agreement
Do you own a condo unit as a revenue property? Rent the unit to a tenant under this Minnesota Condominium Lease Agreement.
- The tenant must pay a security deposit, which will be returned within 21 days of the end of the lease, less any amounts being deducted for damage or unpaid amounts owing by the tenant.
- The landlord has the right to increase the rent upon 30 days written notice, to cover any increase in utilities, insurance, taxes, condo association fees, or operating expenses.
- Interest will be charged on unpaid amounts.
- The tenant agrees to pay any annual and/or special assessments.
- Optional clauses restricting pets and smoking, which can be amended or deleted if not applicable.
- Contains a Lead Paint Disclosure as required by law.
A good Condominium Lease protects your property and your rights as a landlord. To get yours, put it in your shopping cart and pay for it by credit card, Paypal or Visa Debit. Download the form, personalize it for your tenant, use it as often as you like.
Last Updated: 14-Apr-2016