Below is a list of the most common customer questions. If you can’t find an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
How do you Design a lease?
Landlord adds his or here Signature* by typing in the signature line, or writing in a signature, or uploading an image of the signature that has been saved on the computer. After signing, ezLandlordForms automatically emails the lease to the tenants, so that they may add their signatures.
Can you sign a lease over email?
Yes, online leases are just as valid as paper and ink leases, and the signatures obtained online are as legally binding as those in-person. If you still feel uncomfortable, you can always print out a hard copy of the signed lease for your records. Ultimately, the main concern is having the lease is in writing.
Do you have to physically sign a lease?
The Lease Signing Process. For managers and landlords who do not use electronic signatures, they may choose to mail a lease agreement to the tenants if they cannot meet to sign the lease in-person prior to move-in. If you mail a lease agreement, some managers might require the tenant to have the signature notarized.
Is lease valid if not signed by all owners?
Broadly speaking, the lease will be enforceable against the party or parties who signed the lease, even if others did not. It may also provide that it is not valid unless countersigned by the landlord, meaning that even after the tenants sign the landlord may be able to reject the lease.
Do both people have to be on a lease?
Having everyone on the lease protects the landlord by giving him or her the ability to turn to multiple people to ensure the rent gets paid. This protects you, if you would otherwise have been the only signer. As with a roommate or co-tenant, if you don't pay your rent, the landlord can collect from that co-signer.
Do both parties need to sign a lease?
A lease is actually just one type of rental agreement and is usually binding both parties to a certain time limit, such as six months or a year. During that time, there can be no changes to the agreement unless both parties agree.
Can I sign a lease from another state?
When a landlord does not allow out-of-state co-signers, you must look to your other options. You might find a willing, resident co-signer to sign the lease. You could consider looking for another apartment where the landlord does not require a co-signer. A quick way to seal the deal is to prepay the lease.
Can you rent an apartment from another state?
The answer is no. Renting an apartment out of state and even out of the county is completely possible and can save you time and money by forgoing a trip to the new city. Moving to a place you haven't seen in person can be risky, so follow these tips to ensure you end up in a home you love.
Is a lease valid if only one tenant signs?
Broadly speaking, the lease will be enforceable against the party or parties who signed the lease, even if others did not. For example, sometimes a lease will provide that it is not valid unless it is signed by all named tenants, so that if only one tenant has signed the landlord may deny occupancy.
Why do we sign contracts?
Contracts bind parties to their duties. Contracts can secure payment. No one likes to be stiffed for work performed and a binding contract provides a written legal document establishing an agreement to be paid for services rendered. Contracts provide recourse when the relationship falters.
Is a signed written agreement legally binding?
A legally binding written agreement is an agreement which is valid and therefore enforceable. It means that the parties who have signed the agreement are expected to fulfil their obligations under the agreement. If they do not, they may be penalized.
What happens if you don't pay for a rental car?
If you fail to return the car, we may attempt to charge your card. If it doesn't go through, then it gets fun. If after two days the payments didn't go through, it goes to loss recovery. You will be charged $60.00 for that.
What happens if you don't pay for your rental car?
Rental car companies usually take your credit card information, even if you pay cash. The credit card company might or might not allow that charge. They will charge you an overdraft fee. Then the rental car company will charge you again, and again, and again.