Minnesota Residential Lease Agreement – PDF Template
The Minnesota residential lease agreement is a form that allows a person to be able to rent from a landlord for a fixed period amount of time that is usually twelve (12) months. The landlord or property manager will usually first take the credit and rental history of the potential tenant through a rental application to make sure he or she is able to pay rent every month on time. There may be a feee associated with this verification and once complete, a lease should be drafted and ready for signature.
Once all security deposits and first month’s rent are paid will the tenant be given access and the lease will be in full effect.
- If the residential unit was built before 1978, the lead based paint disclosure must be attached
- Laws – Chapter 504b – Landlord and Tenant