A printable blank lease agreement for Ohio is a form that contains the necessary provisions and information on a lease that is required by law. Ohio requires that residential landlords and property managers have knowledge of all areas of leasing, including laws regarding renewal periods and how to handle security depositions.
The Ohio landlord-tenant law has many provisions in which both a landlord and potential renter should understand. Ohio does not mandate how much a landlord can charge for a security deposit, but it does set a limit for when it should be returned after a tenant moves. That provision should be included in a lease agreement.
Additionally, every written lease agreement in Ohio must contain the name and address of the owner of the property, as well as the name and address of the owner's agent. If the owner's agent is a partnership, association, trust, corporation or other entity, the address of the principal place of business in the county of where the residential property is located must be disclosed to the tenant. If there is no place of business in the county where the residential property is located, then its principal place of business in Ohio must be disclosed, as well of the name of the person in charge of the entity.