The Must-Have Lease Agreement form...
for Landlords in Minnesota
The LPA Lease Agreement form is designed to fully interact with and support all of our Essential Landlord Forms for rental property management.
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 MINNESOTA
NOTICE PERIOD TO TERMINATE TENANCY:
1 rental period written notice (LPA Lease Clause # 28)
NOTICE PERIOD TO CURE DEFAULT ON LEASE:
14 days (LPA Lease Clause # 25)
LATE CHARGES: Limited in MN to 8% of the overdue rent payment.
- (LPA Lease Clause # 3)
3 weeks (or 21 days) after the tenant has returned possession and given the landlord forwarding address.
5 days if building condemnation was the reason the tenant vacated. - (LPA Lease Clause # 21)
Mutual Promise required in Lease for MN: "Landlord and tenant promise that neither will unlawfully allow within the premises, common areas, or curtilage of the premises (property boundaries): controlled substances, prostitution or prostitution-related activity; stolen property or property obtained by robbery; or an act of domestic violence, as defined by MN Statute Section 504B.206 (1)(e), against a tenant, licensee, or any authorized occupant. They further promise that the aforementioned areas will not be used by themselves or anyone acting under their control to manufacture, sell, give away, barter, deliver, exchange, distribute, purchase, or possess a controlled substance in violation of any criminal provision of chapter 152."
MINNESOTA Landlord Tenant Law Links
Minnesota Landlord Tenant Law
Minnesota State Statutes