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Does anyone have a source for a lease/rental agreement form that I can edit to my liking? I'd prefer something free but if I have to pay a little, I won't mind.


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The best one I have found so far is from the Landlord Protection Agency site.  I think it cost $9.95.  It was listed to be printed on legal size paper, if I remember right.  But I just re-configured it to go on letter size (since it's easier to fit in my files that way).  I have edited it several times, and added a clause that incorporates my house rules into the agreement.  That's the one that I use now. 

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I went to my local library and found a couple books that had different contracts in them. The books came with CD's but I am not able to edit whatever I would like. I live in VA. I tried in internet and located a site called It has forms for rental application, lease application, Pet approval and eviction forms and many others. It’s an useful source. You can also try.

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I'm sorry, I forgot to mention that there is a NOLO book that is available at most libraries that has excellent forms included (on CD, and editable).  It is called Every Landlord's Legal Guide by Marcia Stewart, Attys. Ralph Warner & Janet Portman.  Look for the 8th edition and ask the library to get it for you through inter-library loan if not available.  The CD says it works on Windows and Macintosh.  It includes 35 forms including a lease, a rental agreement, late fees, move-out letter, rental application, lead disclosure form & pamphlet, etc.  It is a great book and the forms are printed out in the book in case you just want to xerox them.  I use a lot of these forms, although I do tailor some to my needs and my state's laws.


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if you google 'form 19 rental agreement' you should find some good links

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I am not much aware of this rule but i want to know that can i make some extra rule for my tenants.

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