California Residential Rental Agreements

DISCLOSURE OF DEMOLITION. On __/___ the following units are planned for demolition. Active leases of the unit concerned shall be terminated or after that date. Smokers` Directive (§1947.5) – Before renting, the lessor must accompany the lease with a full advertisement specifying the rules and rules applicable to smoking cigarettes (tobacco) on the grounds or specifying that smoking is totally prohibited on the site. (HcD provides a guide on how landlords can ban smoking in rental units.) If a residential property is in a particular flood risk area, any lease or lease agreement must inform potential property. ( Cal. Gov code. § 8589.45) Lead-based color (42 U.S. Code 4852(d) – The EPA & HUD has adopted a federal regulation requiring that all leased property built before 1978 and containing lead paint be provided with a lease agreement revealing the potential risks of contact with the harmful substance.

FLOOD ZONE DISCLOSURE. This property is located in a known flood zone, which puts it at increased risk of flooding. Landlords and rental insurers are not responsible for any personal losses incurred in this rental unit due to flooding or other risks. It is recommended that the tenant introduce tenant insurance and flood insurance. Information about the dangers can be found on the California Office of Emergency Services website in The monthly lease in California is popular with people who do not intend to reside on the land for a period of time. In the case of a monthly lease or a rental agreement after authorization, the contract ends and begins every thirty (30) days. While this type of lease is less restrictive than average, it is nevertheless recommended that the lessor carry out a substantive check of the new tenant with a rental application, as this process allows important information to be uncovered. Longitudinal.

A lessor must submit a lease agreement containing a notification of prior contamination caused by the production of methamphetamine on the land, and all potential tenants must sign and acknowledge this fact. . . .