Vermont landlords, rent a house, apartment or mobile home lot to a tenant with these downloadable and customizable Vermont Residential Lease Forms.
INFORMATION FOR LANDLORDS
Late Charges. If the lease provides for it, the landlord can charge the tenant a late fee if the rent is not paid on time. However, this fee can only cover the actual expenses incurred by the landlord.
Security Deposits. Vermont's landlord-tenant statute does not put a limit on the amount that a landlord can charge for a security deposit, however some city or county regulations do impose a limit. The deposit can only be used for unpaid rent or utility bills, damages beyond normal wear and tear, or to cover the cost of removing belongings left behind when the tenant moved out. The security deposit must be returned to the tenant within 14 days after the tenant leaves, if the tenant gave notice that he or she has moved. If any amounts are deducted from the deposit, the landlord must also provide an itemized statement.
Interest on Security Deposits. Except for certain cities, landlords in Vermont are not required to pay interest on the security deposit.
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Vermont tenants, get your landlord's consent to do alterations to your rental unit with this Agreement for Tenant Alterations. The tenant must use only the materials and procedures set out in the agreement.
The tenant confirms that s/he is not acting as an employee of the landlord.
The tenant waives all claims against the landlord for injury, loss or damage suffered as a result of the work.
The agreement contains alternate provisions as to ownership .....
Terminate a tenant's lease before the end of the lease term with this downloadable Vermont Agreement for Early Termination of Lease form.
This form is not for evictions. It can only be used when both the landlord and tenant agree to terminate the lease early.
This Agreement is for residential tenants only. A
different form is required for commercial rental properties. The tenant must still give the la.....
Lease a house or apartment in Vermont 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 landlord must return the deposit to the tenant within 14 days of the move out date, minus any deductions for unpaid rent or damages.
The tenant must give the landlord prompt notice of any needed repairs. The landlord must make all inside and outside r.....
This Vermont Lease Co-Signer Agreement is for any landlord who is signing a lease with a tenant who is a minor (such as a student).
A parent or guardian of the tenant must sign the Agreement.
The co-signer agrees to allow the landlord to run a credit check.
The co-signer guarantees payment of the rent, and that the tenant will comply with the rental agreement.
Once signed, the form should be attached as a schedule to the lease or rental agreement.<.....
Get your landlord's consent to assign your lease or sublet your rental unit for the rest of the lease term with this Vermont Permission Agreement to Sublet or Assign Lease.
The new tenant must meet the landlord's requirements, and the landlord must give its written approval of the new tenant.
The form contains clauses for either an assignment of the lease or a sublease of the premises.
The landlord has the option to hold the existing tenant responsible .....
Vermont landlords, rent a house or apartment to a tenant with this Rental Agreement for Residential Premises, for a monthly or weekly tenancy
The Agreement establishes what is called a "periodic tenancy" because it runs from rental period to rental period (month to month or week to week).
The tenant must pay late fees if the rent is not paid on time, and a charge for any returned checks.
The tenant is responsible for yard maintenance.
Extend the term of a tenant's lease with this Vermont Residential Lease Extension Agreement.
The landlord and tenant must both agree to extend the lease term for an additional period.
The lease cost now becomes a monthly rental payment for the duration of the extended term.
All other provisions of the original lease which are not amended in the Extension Agreement remain the same.
This Agreement is only for residential tenancies. For business tenan.....
Vermont tenants, sublease the property you are renting with this Sublease Agreement for residential rental units.
The sublease requires the consent of the landlord.
The subtenant must pay the rent, the utilities and a damage deposit.
The subtenant must keep the premises in clean and good condition.
The subtenant cannot assign the sublease without the consent of both the landlord and the original tenant.
The sublease includes a Premise.....