A Georgia standard residential lease agreement establishes a landlord-tenant relationship as it pertains to renting a housing space in exchange for a fixed cost, typically paid each month on a set date. Prior to executing a leasing contract, landlords often vet potential renters’ credentials through background checks that inquire about financial and criminal track records. A landlord reserves the right to deny a tenancy based on the reports from such assessments. Once they select a viable tenant, the landlord and tenant must negotiate the rental terms until reaching a mutual accord. Both parties will sign the contract and commence their duties per the agreement once finalizing all dealings.
Handbook – Georgia Landlord-Tenant Handbook
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