A Connecticut standard residential lease agreement records a fixed contract between a landlord of residential property and a tenant who shall assume rental costs in exchange for an inhabitable space in said property. Before selecting a viable tenant, landlords typically check each prospect’s credit records and prior rental histories to determine eligibility. The landlord and their chosen tenant must sign the lease after negotiating monthly costs as well as conditions affecting the tenancy, such as pet policies or maintenance responsibilities. Under Connecticut state law, the Handbook (see below) must be attached to the lease in order to highlight the tenant’s rights and obligations.
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