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A Utah lease agreement is a legally binding contract that documents the landlord and the tenant’s agreement over the listed leased property. Utah lease agreements must comply with Utah’s landlord-tenant laws to be legal.
The most commonly used Utah lease agreements are the standard annual residential lease agreement, the lease to own agreement, the month to month agreement, a subletting agreement, a roommate agreement, and a commercial lease.
A standard Utah lease agreement needs to define:
The landlord and the tenant should sign and date the lease agreement.
Utah landlords must provide a move-in checklist to the tenant to survey the current condition of the property. If the residential property was constructed before 1978, federal law states that the landlord must provide a lead paint disclosure.
Utah landlords can charge whatever they’d like as a security deposit. The landlord must return the security deposit no later than 30 days after the lease ends.