Lease & Rent Agreement Document Checklist

A Rent agreement is a legal document that binds both the parties to their obligations and also provides rights to them. It gives the right of “occupying the property” to the tenant/lessee and the right to receive a mutually agreed “Rent” to the owner/lessor. In addition, mentioning different clauses or terms and conditions, after mutual agreement, eliminates any chance of dispute or disagreement at any point in time. Both the parties are at ease and are aware of their rights and limitations.

Why it matters?

Rent or Leave and Licence Agreement gives both the parties (landlord and tenant) legal rights.

Registered Rent or Leave and Licence Agreement is as an address proof that is accepted by various organizations.

The terms of the agreement set conditions on the occupant with respect to use of property, term, rent amount etc.

What documents are needed?

Address proof and identity proof of all the parties

Address proof and ownership proof (e.g. Index II, electricity bill etc.) of the premises to be rented or given on lease.

 

Passport size photograph of all the parties

 

Incorporation documents (for LLP, Pvt Ltd, Trust etc)

How it helps?

Consolidated list of documents required for a Rent/Leave and Licence agreement.

User gets a constitution specific document list.

Information on some important clauses to be included in a Rent/Leave and Licence Agreement

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