Mold Notification Addendum To Rental Agreement Lease
The addendum formleasing is a form that informs the tenant of his responsibility for the prevention of mold in the rented property. The owner must inspect the property in advance to confirm that there is currently no area in the house/apartment where there may be mold. Once the endorsement has been signed by the landlord and tenant, it is the tenant`s duty to ensure that the property remains mold-free. A list of responsibilities is included in the endorsement list so that the tenant knows how the property cannot be contaminated. As some areas are more susceptible to mold, some states have imposed requirements for mold disclosure. Homeowners with real estate in under-state will find this special endorsement unnecessary. You`ll find an example in the document below in the preview. Full documents are available to members by registering below. Sign up to access it. This addendum informs the inhabitants of the mould and its obligation to prevent the growth of mould and to inform the owner of a possible penetration of water/form into the unit.
Step 2 – At the top of the addendum, enter the date, customer name and unit address. CAA members have access to other resources in this area. Location: StatewideForm No.: CA-075Themen: Environmental HazardsRental/Lease Agreement Provisions and Addenda Step 3 – Once the tenant understands the guidelines and responsibilities that are defined in the form, they can sign and date at the bottom of the page. Among them, the owner/agent must sign, print the date, print his name, enter his address and indicate his phone number.