A Key Receipt documents transfer of possession.
The Key Receipt is a simple receipt given to the tenant upon return of keys to the rental. Many landlords require the use of a key receipt in order to document the official return of possession of the premises.
The Key Receipt is also be used to release the key to new tenants. It documents that you have officially turned over possession of the premises and that the new tenant takes responsibility of possession.
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