Standard rental agreement – securities used to formalize rental rights and responsibilities of a property to create a legal link between a landlord and a tenant. Flood risk – If the leased property is in a high risk of flooding, the landlord must disclose this knowledge as part of the lease agreement available to the new tenant (July 1, 2018). Megane`s Law (No. 2079.10 (a)) – New tenants must be informed (in writing in the contents of the rental agreement) that the California Department of Justice operates a website that shares reports on registered sex offenders. California Association of Realtors Residential Lease Agreement – The Association of Realtors has created an alternative version of the form available to tenants and landlords. The paperwork can be removed according to the specifications of the PDF guide and confirmed after agreement with the signatures of the owner and tenant. Death (Az. 1710.2) – If a death has occurred within the limits of the rented property in the past 3 years, the owner or real estate agent must pass this knowledge on to the new tenant (without the person`s death from the AIDS virus). Smoke Policy (No.

1947.5) – Prior to the lease, the lessor must equip the lessor with a full disclosure that reveals the rules and rules applicable to tobacco on the ground or the provision prohibiting smoking entirely on the site. (The HCD provides a guide on how homeowners can ban smoking in rented apartments.) Month-to-month Leasing – A low-cost commitment option that allows the purchaser to lease the property for one (1) month (it should be mentioned that thirty (30) termination days are required before the termination of the lease). Lead-Based Paint (42 U.S. Code ` 4852d) – The EPA-HUD has introduced a federal regulation requiring that all rental properties built before 1978 and contained lead paint be provided with a lease agreement that discloses the potential risks of contact with the harmful substance. There is no additional time prescribed by the state, the rent is due on the date stipulated in the tenancy agreement. The California lease describes the agreement between a landlord and a tenant regarding the occupancy of a real estate for a fixed period of time. Certain provisions and indications are set out in the document that provides legal protection to the lessor and the lessor when a party violates one of the written provisions. Both parts of the transaction must approve the contract for the document to be effective. In the state of California, a landlord can only charge two (2) months maximum rent for an unfurnished property or three (3) months rent for a furniture property (s. 1950.5 (c)). Demolition (B.

1940.6) – If a property owner has applied for permission to demolish their building, all potential tenants must be informed of possible plans before the lease is concluded. The notice must include: Proximity to a military base (No. 1940.7) – owners/owners of buildings located within 1 mile of a military base with heavy combat means, owners/owners of buildings located within 1 mile of a military base with heavy combat means are required to disclose them before the execution of a lease agreement.