|Appliance Agreement with Repair Clause|
Tired of fixing appliances for your tenants?
Who is responsible for them?
The Landlord Protection Agency’s Appliance Agreement with Repair Clause is an excellent addition to many leases and rental agreements.
The Appliance Agreement with Repair Clause explains in simple terms to the tenant that if the tenant wishes to use the existing appliances, he is responsible for maintenance and repairs on them.
This document includes a complete appliance checklist at Move -In, signed by the tenant, it also protects the landlord from costly repairs and maintenance by putting the responsibility of the appliances onto the tenant where it belongs.
We are not in the appliance business!
We like the Appliance Agreement because it covers the landlord completely for those annoying appliance repairs that seem to always crop up. This agreement is clear and easy to understand.
Keep in mind, having this agreement for your protection does not mean you are giving up your right to replace or fix appliances when you think you should or want to. Sometimes you may want to replace the appliances for your tenants. That's OK!
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