Free residential lease agreements can be found at lawdepot.com. This website offers a convenient way to create and print lease agreements. Individuals can input the type of rental unit they wish to lease, the location of the property and other pertinent information, and the site generates an agreement form.
FreeLeaseAgreement.org also has a selection of free lease agreements. At this website, the user can choose the state the rental unit is located in and select the relevant lease that applies to that particular state's laws.
Users can choose from a month-to-month rental lease agreement, a rental application, a residential lease agreement and a sublease agreement. Some states offer the users the ability to create a commercial lease agreement. This website lets users generate a lead disclosure form — under federal law, any building being leased that was built before 1978 must have a lead disclosure form attached to any rental and lease agreement.
OpenOffice.org also provides free lease templates for download. A lease agreement is a very important part of renting a leasing homes and commercial buildings. If no lease is in place when an individual decides to rent or lease his property, it can be very difficult to win a legal case against the tenant if that person violated any verbal terms or caused damage to the rental unit.