A collection of legal documents that chronicle transactions associated with a particular parcel of land.
Is the first clause in every lease and you should think of it as your sign-posting system to help you navigate the lease. It sets out the majority of the definitions, key dates and general important information.
Is needed when a Lease or Rental Agreement between a Landlord and Tenant is being ended. If you want to end a month-to-month or weekly tenancy, use our Eviction Notice instead. There are ways to end a lease so that both parties are release from any legal repercussions.
Essential element of the landlord-tenant relationship. They dictate the terms of possession, rent amounts and due dates, and importantly, both parties’ rights and obligations, when disputes arise.
Help landowners understand the true value of their leases. Often the value of a lease can change as property values change.
Parcels that provides GIS descriptions on how the land is divided up for ownership, use, and taxes.
A contractual right that gives its holder the option to enter a business transaction with the owner of something, according to specified terms, before the owner is entitled to enter into that transaction with a third party
Code violations varies depending on the matter. Violations such as littering, maintenance issues, unkept landscaping, unapproved improvements, safety issues or other dangerous items needing repair on the property.