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An Oklahoma lease agreement is a written contract between a landlord and a tenant. It explains the obligations of both the parties as well as lists the length of the lease, the address of the property being leased, and provides information about the lease payment.
In Oklahoma, the most commonly used lease agreements are the standard lease agreement (which is good for a term of 12 months), a month-to-month lease agreement, a lease to own agreement, a roommate agreement, and a commercial lease agreement.
In Oklahoma, many standard lease agreement often change to month-to-month agreements at the end of the lease. However, all lease agreements must comply with Oklahoma’s landlord-tenant laws. Here’s the information you should include in a standard Oklahoma lease agreement:
An Oklahoma standard lease agreement should be signed and dated by both the landlord and the tenant. If there is a property management company, a representative should also sign the lease. All involved parties should keep a signed copy of the agreement for their records.
Under Oklahoma law, landlords are required to disclose whether the property flooded at any time during the last five years. Landlords must disclose the identity of any person allowed to act on their behalf related to the property. If the residential unit was built before 1978, the landlord is required to provide a lead paint disclosure.
Landlords must provide the tenant with at least one day of notice before entering the property for a non-emergency.
There is no maximum on the amount that landlords may request as a security deposit. However, the landlord must return the security deposit within 30 days of the end of the lease.