Free Landlord & Tenant Forms



  • Cohabitation Agreement

    Cohabitation Agreements are used by couples who are living together but have no immediate plans for marriage. This agreement sets out the financial condition of both parties at the onset of the cohabitation arrangement, how living expenses will be paid and if earnings will be kept separate. This agreement can easily be adapted to fit your needs as a couple.

  • Consent to Lease Assignment

    This Consent to Assignment of Lease is between a landlord, tenant and an assignee to whom the lease will be assigned. This consent sets out the identities of the parties, the date of the lease and the location of the premises. This Consent to Assignment of Lease is in effect the landlordís consent to the assignment and must be signed by all parties.

  • Lease Assignment

    This Lease Assignment is between a tenant (assignor) and the person to whom the lease is being assigned (assignee). This assignment sets out the specific terms of the arrangement including the date of the original lease and any lease provisions assignee agrees to abide by and perform. This Lease Assignment must be signed by both assignor and assignee.

  • Lease Termination Agreement

    This Lease Termination Agreement is between a landlord and tenant who desire to terminate a lease before the end of its term. This agreement sets out the name of the parties, the date of the lease and any obligations under the lease which will survive the termination. This Lease Termination Agreement must be signed by all parties to the lease.

  • Notice of Eviction

    This Eviction Notice is official notification from a landlord that a tenant is being evicted. This notice sets out the name of the tenant, the location of the premises and specific reasons for eviction. This Eviction Notice also sets out the date the premises must be vacated.

  • Notice of Intent to Enter

    This Notice of Intent to Enter is notice from a landlord to a tenant that the landlord will enter their premises. This notice sets out the specific date and time of entry, the address of the premises and the reason why landlord is entering. This Notice of Intent to Enter also states that tenant may be present at the time of entry.

  • Notice of Rent Increase/Decrease

    This Rent Increase Notice is from a landlord to a tenant officially notifying tenant of a monthly rent increase. This letter sets out the amount of the rent increase and the date the increase will begin. This letter could easily be tailored to give a tenant notice of a rent decrease if that is the case.

  • Notice to Quit

    This Notice to Quit is official notice from a landlord to a tenant that a month-to-month tenancy is being terminated. This notice sets out that the lease will be terminated in thirty days and that all possessions must be removed from the premises at that time. This Notice to Quit must be signed and dated by the landlord.

  • Notice to Remedy Breach of Lease

    This Notice to Remedy Breach of Lease will act as official notice that a lease has been breached. This notice sets out the date of the lease, the parties to the lease and address of the premises. It also sets out the specific provisions of the lease which have been breached. This Notice to Remedy Breach of Lease requires that the lessee remedy the breach of lease by a certain date.

  • Notice to Terminate Rental Agreement

    This Notice of Termination of Rental Agreement is official notice sent by a landlord to a tenant terminating a rental agreement. This Notice sets forth the date of the original lease and the specific reasons for termination of the agreement.

  • Property Storage Agreement

    This Property Storage Agreement is between a storage facility (depositor) and an individual who desires to store certain property for safekeeping. This agreement sets out the specific terms of the arrangement including the property being stored, the location of the facility and storage period. This Property Storage Agreement specifies the amount of monthly payment, when due and who can claim ownership to the property in storage.

  • Return of Security Deposit Demand Letter (for Tenant)

    This Return of Security Deposit Demand Letter is from a tenant to a landlord demanding return of a security deposit. This letter is sent by the tenant after the premises are vacated and an inspection has taken place. This Return of Security Deposit Demand Letter sets forth the legal remedies which will be taken if the security deposit is not returned in a timely fashion.

  • Security Deposit Demand Letter

    This Security Deposit Demand letter is from a tenant to a landlord regarding a security deposit. This letter sets out the names of the parties and date of the lease agreement. This Security Deposit Demand also sets out the remedies which will be taken if the security deposit is not returned.