Lead-Based Paint (42 U.S. Code ` 4852d) – The EPA-HUD has introduced a federal regulation requiring that all rental properties built before 1978 and contained lead paint be provided with a lease agreement that discloses the potential risks of contact with the harmful substance. Flood risk – If the leased property is in a high risk of flooding, the landlord must disclose this knowledge as part of the lease agreement available to the new tenant (July 1, 2018). The lessor has the right to obtain the rental unit with a notice period of at least 24 (24) hours to the tenant (code 1954). For the last inspection after the extract, the owner must pretend for 48 (48) hours. It is recommended that the owner use a written message. Shared Utilities (No. 1940.9) – If the unit has a common electricity or gas meter, the agreement must indicate how the distribution companies will be distributed among the parties. The California lease describes the agreement between a landlord and a tenant regarding the occupancy of a real estate for a fixed period of time. Certain provisions and indications are set out in the document that provides legal protection to the lessor and the lessor when a party violates one of the written provisions. Both parts of the transaction must approve the contract for the document to be effective. Death (Az.
1710.2) – If a death has occurred within the limits of the rented property in the past 3 years, the owner or real estate agent must pass this knowledge on to the new tenant (without the person`s death from the AIDS virus). When an owner intends to demolish an apartment or building, California law requires that this intention be disclosed in the lease agreement. You must indicate the approximate date on which the demolition will take place and not complete the demolition before that date, or you will be liable to a fine of $2500 plus damages. DISCLOSURE OF THE DEMOLITION. On the following units are planned for demolition. On or after that date, active leases for the unit (s) concerned (s) are terminated. A rent review checklist ensures that the landlord and tenant recognize and agree on the condition of each element of a rental unit before moving in. Demolition (B. 1940.6) – If the landlord has obtained permission from his respective municipal office to demolish a dwelling unit, it must be communicated to the tenant before the acceptance of a lease or deposit. In the interest of the State to reduce the presence of bed bugs and in accordance with the implicit guarantee of habitability, the landlord and tenant must declare that the rental unit and all personal belongings have never been infested with bed bugs.