A Vermont lease refers to a lease contract created between the owner of a property and a tenant in the state of Vermont so that the rights and responsibilities of both the parties can be laid down properly and there is no conflict later. In the United States, the lease laws are governed by the state and so every state has its own rules and regulations related to the lease of a property. For eg, the landlord must take charge of repairs and maintain the property but the tenant has to pay for it if he has caused any damage.
The tenant must pay the rent on time otherwise he can be evicted by the landlord after being served a 14-day notice. The landlord cannot charge any application fee but is entitled to a security deposit. When the tenant will vacate the property, the landlord will inspect the property and check for any damages and if he finds any, he will deduct it from the deposit.
Sample Vermont Lease Agreement
Vermont Lease Agreement
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