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The State Specific LPA Rental Lease Agreement Protects Landlords

The LPA Lease and LPA Rental Agreements were designed to afford landlords the maximum amount of landlord protection in the many various possible landlord - tenant situations that you are exposed to as a residential landlord or property manager.

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STATE SPECIFIC Lease Clause Index

Your state may have specific statutes applicable to your lease agreement. Use the information provided below to prepare your Lease Rental Agreement to conform to state landlord tenant laws. The notice periods listed are the state's minimum requirements.

State of CONNECTICUT

NOTICE PERIOD TO TERMINATE TENANCY: (LPA Lease Clause # 25)

  • On Month to Month tenancy: 1 month notice
  • For non payment: 3 days
  • For lease violation: 15 days to cure violation, 9 days to vacate if not cured. - (LPA Lease Clause # 28)

    NOTICE PERIOD TO CURE DEFAULT ON LEASE:
    - 3 days

    LATE CHARGES: No State restrictions.
    - (LPA Lease Clause # 3)

    SECURITY DEPOSIT: 2 months rent.
    - (LPA Lease Clause # 21)

    SCREENING FEE: No restriction

    Connecticut Leases Now Require Notice of Sprinkler Systems for Rentals
    - (LPA Lease Clause # 40)
    New Connecticut law (Section 57 of bill 1502) as of October 1st, 2015 requires disclosure of operative fire sprinkler systems with any residential lease. This does not apply to commercial leases unless there is a dwelling unit.
    Sec. 57. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2015) (a) As used in this section, "fire sprinkler system" means a system of piping and appurtenances designed and installed in accordance with generally accepted standards so that heat from a fire will automatically cause water to be discharged over the fire area to extinguish or prevent its further spread.
    (b) When renting any dwelling unit, the landlord of such dwelling unit shall include notice in the rental agreement as to the existence or nonexistence of an operative fire sprinkler system in such dwelling unit and shall be printed in not less than twelve-point boldface type of uniform font.
    (c) If there is an operative fire sprinkler system in the dwelling unit, the rental agreement shall provide further notice as to the last date of maintenance and inspection and shall be printed in not less than twelve-point boldface type of uniform font.






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