Why should I go to an attorney in order to draft a rental agreement for an apartment? Posted on November 3, 2014

Many tend to think that signing a standard lease agreement, which is often sold in stationery stores or distributed online, serves to insure all parties – but the reality is completely different. The landlord’s point of view is ensuring everything related to receipt of the rent in full and on time, maintenance of the property by the renter and the restoration of property as received as of the date of termination of the lease. At the same time, the person renting the apartment desires to use the apartment according to his needs and without interruption, enjoy the use of land and personal property and to ensure his rights with regard to any option.

However, there are special arrangements between a tenant and a landlord in which the renter engages in remodeling, or a renter who wishes to sell the apartment together with the tenant, etc. Entering into an agreement to lease an apartment that is not clear and complete regarding all concerns of the parties may result in the sides being dragged into disputes and other unpleasantness such as legal claims, eviction from the apartment, and collection procedures.

Before signing the apartment rental is recommended to consult with an expert in real estate law to avoid unpleasantness and legal proceedings.

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