|Early Occupancy Lease Addendum|
How often do your new tenants ask if they can have the keys a few days before the lease begins?
Many landlords are only too happy to start off on a good note with their new tenants and gladly grant them early possession.
More importantly, many landlords don't even realize the ramifications liability-wise when the they allow tenants to pre-occupy the rental before the lease begins.
The Early Occupancy Addendum (EOA) protects the landlord when tenants move in early.
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