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An Indiana lease agreement is a legal agreement between the landlord or property management company and the tenant(s) named. The tenant(s) promise to pay the listed amount of rent to use the property described. An Indiana lease agreement usually covers a set amount of time (such as a year) and also explains the duties and obligations of both the landlord and the tenant. An Indiana lease agreement should comply with Indiana state law.
The most commonly used Indiana lease agreements include:
To write a standard Indiana lease agreement you’ll include the following information:
Indiana lease agreements require two specific disclosures. Under state law, the landlord must disclose the name of the person or persons allowed onto the rental property for repairs or to deliver notices. Under federal law, rental units built prior to 1978 must have a lead based paint disclosure.
Also, landlords mustn’t enter the rental space for non-emergency reasons without giving the tenants proper notice.
There is no maximum amount set by law on security deposits. However, under state law, landlords must return the money to the tenant within 45 days after the end of the lease.