Ohio Rental Lease Agreement Forms and Templates


The Ohio real estate contracts allow a person that owns or manages property (landlord) to be able to rent the space available to a willing tenant. The landlord will usually screen the person through the rental application, and if he or she is deemed as qualified, a lease agreement will be issued ready for signature.

Ohio Landlord-Tenant Laws
– The landlord may require as much as he or she deems necessary. There is no State maximum.
– The landlord must give the Security Deposit back to the tenant, or the amount after deductions due to damage, within thirty (30) days.
– The landlord must grant the tenant at least twenty four (24) hours written notice (usually placed under the door or via certified mail) before entering the rental property for any non-emergency use.




The Ohio commercial lease agreement is between a property owner and a business or person electing to rent industrial, office, or retail related space. A lease agreement is usually longer than one (1) year (usually a three (3) to five (5) year initial term) due to the amount of money it usually takes for the landlord to create the custom amount of square footage (SF)…

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Ohio Rental Lease Agreement Forms and Templates

The Ohio rental agreement forms are mainly used for tenants and landlords seeking a short term occupancy arrangement. Otherwise known as tenancy at will, while payment is made every month, the contract may be cancelled at anytime with at least one (1) month’s notice to the other party. It is recommended that the landlord seek a Security Deposit at the time of lease signing in…

The Ohio rental application is typically used as a way to verify a tenant’s credit, employment, background, and prior rental history to se if he or she fits the qualifications for a lease agreement. This form may come along with a non-refundable fee administered by the landlord and should take no more than three (3) days to complete. It is advised that the tenant not…

The Ohio residential lease agreement is between a property owner (otherwise known as the “Lessor”) and a person looking to occupy the property or space (otherwise known as the “Lessee”) for a period of time. The most common timeframe is a one (1) year term but can be any agreed upon length of time. The terms and conditions must be upheld by both parties until…

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Ohio Rental Lease Agreement Forms and Templates

An Ohio sublease agreement is a form that is common in urban and college areas that allows a tenant (also referred to as the “Sublessor”) to rent the entire or a portion of the space he or she is currently leasing. Typically, the landlord must be notified and may have to possibly sign the sublease if it states in the original lease (also referred to…

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Ohio Rental Lease Agreement Forms and Templates