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No Smoking Lease Addendum

No Smoking Lease Addendum

Are Your Tenants Smoking in your Non - Smoking Rental?


No Smoking  Lease AddendumIt happens all the time. People say they don't smoke when they really do. How often have you heard, "Yes, I smoke a little, But not inside the house."

Really? A smoker smokes and you will find it very hard to control where your smoking tenant will light up. So, if you prefer No Smoking in your rental, make sure you are very clear on that in your lease agreement. (The LPA Lease has a No Smoking clause that can be left in place or stricken if you want to accept a smoking tenant.)

How to Use the No Smoking Addendum

The No Smoking Lease Addendum can be used to inform tenants that they are in violation of their No Smoking clause in the lease agreement. It can also be used a new Notice to initiate a new No Smoking rule for your rental. As with any official written notice, just remember to give the proper notice period of time as your lease or state requires for making changes in the rental agreement.

The notice can make your smoking rules and requirements a part of your existing lease or a handy reminder of your "No Smoking" clause in your The LPA Lease.

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