The Must-Have Lease Agreement form...
for Landlords in ALABAMA
The LPA Alabama Lease Agreement form is designed to fully interact with and support all of our Essential Landlord Forms for rental property management.
The LPA Lease and LPA Rental Agreements were designed to afford landlords maximum landlord protection in the many possible landlord - tenant situations that you are exposed to as a residential landlord or property manager.
All our forms are instantly downloadable to your computer and editable in Microsoft Word format. Be sure to use the correct state specific lease clause information provided below.
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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.
NOTICE PERIOD TO TERMINATE TENANCY:
10 days written notice. - (LPA Lease Clause # 28)
NOTICE PERIOD TO CURE DEFAULT ON LEASE: * As of Jan 1, 2007:
New Law says seven days' notice for not paying the rent and with 14 days' notice for other lease violations. - (LPA Lease Clause # 25)
LATE CHARGES: No State restrictions
- (LPA Lease Clause # 3)
SECURITY DEPOSIT: * As of Jan 1, 2007: Limited to 1 month's rent, with the exception of additional risk-related charges, such as poor credit or pet deposits.
- (LPA Lease Clause # 21)
SECURITY DEPOSIT RETURN: * As of Jan 1, 2007:
Within 35 days after a lease ends or provide an accounting (Security Settlement Statement) of why money was taken out of the deposit. (LPA Lease Clause # 22)
Alabama Landlord Tenant Law Links
Alabama Landlord Tenant Law
Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act - PDF
Alabama's New Landlord Tenant Law Highlights
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