Rent Agreement

The terms of the rental agreement bring clarity to the arrangement, such that the consideration, rights and obligations of both parties, and the rental term are established.

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What is a Rental Agreement?

A Rent Agreement protects the interests of both the landlord and the tenant. It is a legal document which is prepared by the landlord in the name of the tenant. All the terms and conditions are mentioned in the agreement according to both the parties. In most of the Indian cities, rental agreement last for only 11 months to protect against rental control laws. Agreement with a longer term need to be registered.


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Fosters Good Relations A comprehensive agreement, protecting the rights of both landlord and tenant, is essential to a good business relationship between the two parties.


Legal Protection When a deal involves such a large asset, you need a document in place that offers legal protection in case any action of the opposing party contradicts its terms.


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A Rent Agreement is an agreement between the landlord and the tenant whereby the landlord gave the tenant the right to occupy the property for a specific period.

A Rental Agreement can be written, oral or implied. Since the rental agreement is the most important part of a landlord-tenant relationship, it must be in writing. The advantage of having a written agreement is that it outlines the terms and conditions agreed to by the parties. Once the parties have agreed to their terms and conditions in the contract it cannot be changed unless both the parties agree.

• The name and address of the landlord; • The name and telephone number of the person responsible for the premises.

A Rental Agreement can be either for a fixed period of time or for a month to month period or for week to week period etc. If the landlord and the tenant have signed the agreement for a fixed period of time, usually for one year, they are bound by the terms and conditions of the agreement until the fixed term ends.

Once the rental agreement is signed by both the parties, a copy of the agreement should be provided to the tenant either at the time of signing or within 21 days after the tenant has signed it. If the agreement has been signed prior to the date it begins, a copy should be provided to the tenant within 21 days after the date has begun.

Yes, it should be clear to the landlord and the tenant, upon entering into agreement, that what services and equipment are included with the rent. Services agreed to by both the parties at the time of entering into agreement cannot be changed unless with the mutual consent of both the parties.

Under the Rental of Residential Property Act, a landlord is not responsible for the damage caused to the personal belongings of the tenant during tenancy. If the tenant wants to be compensated for the loss caused to his/her personal belongings, he/she must obtain the tenant insurance.

No, it is not mandatory to notarise a rental agreement.


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