California Monthly Lease Agreement Form

The California Monthly Lease Agreement is a record containing specific information between an inhabitant and a proprietor. Here, the amount of cash paid by the occupant to the landlord in return for living on the landlord’s property is specified, together with how frequently this amount should be paid.

Unlike a fixed-term rental agreement, this type of contract allows you to change specific terms of the lease as long as you issue a written notice in advance. The amount of time required depends on the changes being made.

In California, for example, the landlord may increase the rent every month. If the increase is by less than 10%, they should give the tenant a 30-day notice.

On the other hand, if the increase surpasses 10%, a 60-day notice should be served to the tenant.

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Another flexibility given to a monthly contract is the length of the lease. As long this agreement (month-to-month lease) is in place, the two parties of the deal must maintain its terms as they are. However, unlike a fixed-term agreement, to terminate a month-to-month agreement, either party has to issue a 30-day notice to the other.,

Also, there must be a 60-day notice if the occupant has been living on the property for longer than one year. Note that some counties have their regulations regarding the month-to-month lease agreement.

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(C.A.R. Form LR, Revised 10/01)








("Landlord") and








("Tenant") agree as follows:





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A. Landlord rents to Tenant and Tenant rents from Landlord, the real property and improvements described as:














B. The following personal property is included:








TERM: The term begins on (date)



("Commencement Date"), (Check A or B):





A. Month-to-month: and continues as a month-to-month tenancy. Either party may terminate the tenancy by giving written notice to the other at least 30 days prior to the intended termination date, subject to any applicable local laws. Such notice may be given on any date.

B. Lease: and shall terminate on (date)






Any holding over after the term of this Agreement expires, with Landlord's consent, shall create a month-to-month tenancy which either party


may terminate as specified in paragraph 2A. Rent shall be at a rate equal to the rent for the immediately preceding month, unless otherwise


notified by Landlord, payable in advance. All other terms and conditions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

3. RENT:



Tenant agrees to pay rent at the rate of $

per month for the term of the Agreement.


Rent is payable in advance on the 1st (or

) day of each calendar month, and is delinquent on the next day.

C.If Commencement Date falls on any day other than the first day of the month, rent shall be prorated based on a 30-day period. If Tenant has paid one full month's rent in advance of Commencement Date, rent for the second calendar month shall be prorated based on a 30-day period.


PAYMENT: The rent shall be paid by cash,

personal check, money order,

cashier check,





, to





































(or at any other location specified by Landlord in writing to Tenant) between the hours of











on the following days


































as a security deposit. Security deposit will be transferred to and held by the Owner


Tenant agrees to pay $




of the Premises; or

held in Owner's Broker's trust account.












B.All or any portion of the security deposit may be used, as reasonably necessary, to: (1) cure Tenant's default in payment of rent, Late Charges, non-sufficient funds ("NSF") fees, or other sums due; (2) repair damage, excluding ordinary wear and tear, caused by Tenant or by a guest or licensee of Tenant; (3) clean Premises, if necessary, upon termination of tenancy; and (4) replace or return personal property or appurtenances. SECURITY DEPOSIT SHALL NOT BE USED BY TENANT IN LIEU OF PAYMENT OF LAST MONTH'S RENT. If all or any portion of the security deposit is used during tenancy, Tenant agrees to reinstate the total security deposit within five days after written notice is delivered to Tenant. Within three weeks after Tenant vacates the Premises, Landlord shall: (1) furnish Tenant an itemized statement indicating the amount of any security deposit received and the basis for its disposition; and (2) return any remaining portion of security deposit to Tenant.

C.No interest will be paid on security deposit unless required by local ordinance.

D.If security deposit is held by Owner, Tenant agrees not to hold Broker responsible for its return. If security deposit is held in Owner's Broker's trust account, and Broker's authority is terminated before expiration of this Agreement, and security deposits are released to someone other than Tenant, then Broker shall notify Tenant, in writing, where and to whom security deposit has been released. Once Tenant has been provided such notice, Tenant agrees not to hold Broker responsible for security deposit.



Total Due

Payment Received

Balance Due

Date Due

Rent from


*Security Deposit




*The maximum amount that Landlord may receive as security deposit, however designated, cannot exceed two month's rent for an unfurnished Premises, or three month's rent for a furnished premises.

6.PARKING: (Check A or B)

A. Parking is permitted as follows:


The right to parking


is not, included in the rent charged pursuant to paragraph 3. If not included in the rent, the parking rental fee


shall be an additional $



per month. Parking space(s) are to be used for parking operable motor vehicles, except for


trailers, boats, campers, buses or trucks (other than pick-up trucks). Tenant shall park in assigned space(s) only. Parking space(s) are to be


kept clean. Vehicles leaking oil, gas or other motor vehicle fluids shall not be parked on the Premises. Mechanical work or storage of


inoperable vehicles is not allowed in parking space(s) or elsewhere on the Premises.


B. Parking is not permitted on the Premises.

The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) forbid the unauthorized reproduction of this form, or any portion thereof, by photocopy machine or any other means, including facsimile or computerized formats. Copyright © 1994-2001, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®,


LR-11 REVISED DATE 10/01 (PAGE 1 OF 4)

Landlord and Tenant acknowledge receipt of copy of this page. Landlord's Initials (_________) (_________)

Tenant's Initials (_________) (_________)

Reviewed by


Broker or Designee


CENTURY 21 Alpha

5504 Monterey Road

, San Jose

CA 95138

Phone: 408-281-2121

Fax: 408-362-9686

Wing Liew


prior to the Commencement Date, or):
remote control device(s) for garage door/gate opener(s),


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7.STORAGE: (Check A or B)

A. Storage is permitted as follows:

The right to storage space is, is not, included in the rent charged pursuant to paragraph 3. If not included in rent, storage space

shall be an additional $per month. Tenant shall store only personal property that Tenant owns, and shall not store property that is claimed by another or in which another has any right, title, or interest. Tenant shall not store any improperly packaged food or perishable goods, flammable materials, explosives, or other inherently dangerous material.

OR B. Storage is not permitted on the Premises.

8.LATE CHARGE/NSF CHECKS: Tenant acknowledges that either late payment of rent or issuance of a NSF check may cause Landlord to incur costs and expenses, the exact amount of which are extremely difficult and impractical to determine. These costs may include, but are not limited to,

processing, enforcement and accounting

expenses, and late charges imposed on Landlord. If any installment of rent due from

Tenant is not received by Landlord within 5 (or




) calendar days after date due, or if a check is returned NSF, Tenant shall pay to

Landlord, respectively, an additional sum of $




as Late Charge and $25.00 as a NSF fee, either or both of which shall be deemed

additional rent. Landlord and Tenant agree that these charges represent a fair and reasonable estimate of the costs Landlord may incur by reason of Tenant's late or NSF payment. Any Late Charge or NSF fee due shall be paid with the current installment of rent. Landlord's acceptance of any Late Charge or NSF fee shall not constitute a waiver as to any default of Tenant. Landlord's right to collect a Late Charge or NSF fee shall not be deemed an extension of the date rent is due under paragraph 3, or prevent Landlord from exercising any other rights and remedies under this Agreement, and as provided by law.

9.CONDITION OF PREMISES: Tenant has examined Premises, all furniture, furnishings, appliances, landscaping, if any, and fixtures, including smoke detector(s).

(Check one:)

A. Tenant acknowledges that these items are clean and in operative condition, with the following exceptions


B. Tenant's acknowledgment of the condition of these items is contained in an attached statement of condition (such as C.A.R.'s MIMO-11).


C. Tenant will provide Landlord a list of items that are damaged or not in operable condition within 3 (or


) days after


Commencement Date, not as a contingency of this Agreement but rather as an acknowledgment of the condition of the Premises.


D. Other:



10.NEIGHBORHOOD CONDITIONS: Tenant is advised to satisfy him or herself as to neighborhood or area conditions, including schools, proximity and adequacy of law enforcement, crime statistics, registered felons or offenders, fire protection, other governmental services, proximity to commercial, industrial or agricultural activities, existing and proposed transportation, construction and development that may affect noise, view, or traffic, airport noise, noise or odor from any source, wild and domestic animals, other nuisances, hazards, or circumstances, facilities and condition of common areas, conditions and influences of significance to certain cultures and/or religions, and personal needs, requirements and preferences of Tenant.

11.UTILITIES: Tenant agrees to pay for all utilities and services, and the following charges:

except, which shall be paid for by Landlord. If any utilities

are not separately metered, Tenant shall pay Tenant's proportional share, as reasonably determined by Landlord.

12.OCCUPANTS: The Premises are for the sole use as a personal residence by the following named persons only:

13.PETS: No animal or pet shall be kept on or about the Premises without Landlord's prior written consent, except

14.RULES/REGULATIONS: Tenant agrees to comply with all rules and regulations of Landlord, which are at any time posted on the Premises or delivered to Tenant. Tenant shall not, and shall ensure that guests and licensees of Tenant shall not, disturb, annoy, endanger, or interfere with other tenants of the building or neighbors, or use the Premises for any unlawful purposes, including, but not limited to, using, manufacturing, selling, storing, or transporting illicit drugs or other contraband, or violate any law or ordinance, or commit a waste or nuisance on or about the Premises.

15.CONDOMINIUM/PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT: (If checked) The Premises is a unit in a condominium, planned unit, or other development

governed by a homeowners' association ("HOA"). The name of the HOA is.

Tenant agrees to comply with all covenants, conditions and restrictions, bylaws, rules and regulations and decisions of HOA. Landlord shall provide Tenant copies of rules and regulations, if any. Tenant shall reimburse Landlord for any fines or charges imposed by HOA or other authorities, due to any violation by Tenant, or the guests or licensees of Tenant.


A.Tenant shall properly use, operate and safeguard Premises, including if applicable, any landscaping, furniture, furnishings, and appliances, and all mechanical, electrical, gas and plumbing fixtures, and keep them clean and sanitary. Tenant shall immediately notify Landlord, in writing, of any problem, malfunction or damage. Tenant shall pay for all repairs or replacements caused by Tenant, or guests of Tenant, excluding ordinary wear and tear. Tenant shall pay for all damage to Premises as a result of failure to report a problem in a timely manner. Tenant shall pay for repair


of drain blockages or stoppages, unless caused by defective plumbing parts or tree roots invading sewer lines.



Tenant shall water the garden, landscaping, trees and shrubs, except








Tenant shall maintain the garden, landscaping, trees and shrubs, except


17.ALTERATIONS: Tenant shall not make any alterations in or about the Premises without Landlord's prior written consent, including: painting, wallpapering, adding or changing locks, installing antenna or satellite dish(es), placing signs, displays or exhibits, or using screws, fastening devices, large nails or adhesive materials.


A. Tenant acknowledges receipt of (or Tenant will receive

key(s) to Premises,

key(s) to mailbox, key(s) to common area(s),

B.Tenant acknowledges that locks to the Premises have, have not, been rekeyed.

C.If Tenant rekeys existing locks or opening devices, Tenant shall immediately deliver copies of all keys to Landlord. Tenant shall pay all costs and charges related to loss of any keys or opening devices. Tenant may not remove locks, even if installed by Tenant.

The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) forbid the

Landlord and Tenant acknowledge receipt of copy of this page.

unauthorized reproduction of this form, or any portion thereof, by photocopy

Landlord's Initials (_________) (_________)

machine or any other means, including facsimile or computerized formats.

Tenant's Initials (_________) (_________)



Reviewed by






LR-11 REVISED DATE 10/01 (PAGE 2 of 4)

Broker or Designee











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19.ENTRY: Tenant shall make Premises available to Landlord or representative for the purpose of entering to make necessary or agreed repairs, decorations, alterations, or improvements, or to supply necessary or agreed services, or to show Premises to prospective or actual purchasers, tenants, mortgagees, lenders, appraisers, or contractors. Landlord and Tenant agree that twenty-four (24) hours notice (oral or written) shall be reasonable and sufficient notice. In an emergency, Landlord or representative may enter Premises at any time without prior notice.

20.SIGNS: Tenant authorizes Landlord to place For Sale/Lease signs on the Premises.

21.ASSIGNMENT/SUBLETTING: Tenant shall not sublet all or any part of Premises, or assign or transfer this Agreement or any interest in it, without prior written consent of Landlord. Unless such consent is obtained, any assignment, transfer or subletting of Premises or this Agreement or tenancy, by voluntary act of Tenant, operation of law, or otherwise, shall be null and void, and at the option of Landlord, terminate this Agreement. Any proposed assignee, transferee or sublessee shall submit to Landlord an application and credit information for Landlord's approval, and if approved, sign a separate written agreement with Landlord and Tenant. Landlord's consent to any one assignment, transfer or sublease, shall not be construed as consent to any subsequent assignment, transfer or sublease and does not release Tenant of Tenant's obligation under this Agreement.

22. LEAD PAINT (CHECK IF APPLICABLE): Premises was constructed prior to 1978. In accordance with federal law, Landlord gives and Tenant acknowledges receipt of the disclosures on the attached form (such as C.A.R. Form FLD-11) and a federally approved lead pamphlet.

23.POSSESSION: If Landlord is unable to deliver possession of Premises on Commencement Date, such Date shall be extended to date on which

possession is made available to Tenant. If Landlord is unable to deliver possession within 5 (or


) calendar days after agreed

Commencement Date, Tenant may terminate this Agreement by giving written notice to Landlord, and shall be refunded all rent and security deposit paid.

24.TENANT'S OBLIGATIONS UPON VACATING PREMISES: Upon termination of Agreement, Tenant shall: (a) give Landlord all copies of all keys or opening devices to Premises, including any common areas; (b) vacate Premises and surrender it to Landlord empty of all persons; (c) vacate any/all parking and/or storage space; (d) deliver Premises to Landlord in the same condition as referenced in paragraph 9; (e) clean Premises, including professional cleaning of carpet and drapes; (f) give written notice to Landlord of Tenant's forwarding address; and (g)


All improvements installed by Tenant, with or without Landlord's consent, become the property of Landlord upon termination.

25.BREACH OF CONTRACT/EARLY TERMINATION: In addition to any obligations established by paragraph 24, in event of termination by Tenant prior to completion of the original term of Agreement, Tenant shall also be responsible for lost rent, rental commissions, advertising expenses and painting costs necessary to ready Premises for rerental.

26.TEMPORARY RELOCATION: Tenant agrees, upon demand of Landlord, to temporarily vacate Premises for a reasonable period, to allow for fumigation, or other methods, to control wood destroying pests or organisms, or other repairs to Premises. Tenant agrees to comply with all instructions and requirements necessary to prepare Premises to accommodate pest control, fumigation or other work, including bagging or storage of food and medicine, and removal of perishables and valuables. Tenant shall only be entitled to a credit of rent equal to the per diem rent for the period of time Tenant is required to vacate Premises.

27.DAMAGE TO PREMISES: If, by no fault of Tenant, Premises are totally or partially damaged or destroyed by fire, earthquake, accident or other casualty, which render Premises uninhabitable, either Landlord or Tenant may terminate Agreement by giving the other written notice. Rent shall be abated as of date of damage. The abated amount shall be the current monthly rent prorated on a 30-day basis. If Agreement is not terminated, Landlord shall promptly repair the damage, and rent shall be reduced based on the extent to which the damage interferes with Tenant's reasonable use of Premises. If damage occurs as a result of an act of Tenant or Tenant's guests, only Landlord shall have the right of termination, and no reduction in rent shall be made.

28.INSURANCE: Tenant's or guest's personal property and vehicles are not insured by Landlord or, if applicable, HOA, against loss or damage due to fire, theft, vandalism, rain, water, criminal or negligent acts of others, or any other cause. Tenant is to carry Tenant's own insurance (renter's insurance) to protect Tenant from any such loss.

29.WATERBEDS: Tenant shall not use or have waterbeds on the Premises unless: (a) Tenant obtains a valid waterbed insurance policy; (b) Tenant increases the security deposit in an amount equal to one-half of one month's rent; and (c) the bed conforms to the floor load capacity of Premises.

30.WAIVER: The waiver of any breach shall not be construed as a continuing waiver of the same or any subsequent breach.

31.NOTICE: Notices may be served at the following address, or at any other location subsequently designated:













32.TENANT ESTOPPEL CERTIFICATE: Tenant shall execute and return a tenant estoppel certificate delivered to Tenant by Landlord or Landlord's agent within 3 days after its receipt. The tenant estoppel certificate acknowledges that this Agreement is unmodified and in full force, or in full force as modified, and states the modifications. Failure to comply with this requirement shall be deemed Tenant's acknowledgment that the tenant estoppel certificate is true and correct, and may be relied upon by a lender or purchaser.

33.JOINT AND INDIVIDUAL OBLIGATIONS: If there is more than one Tenant, each one shall be individually and completely responsible for the performance of all obligations of Tenant under this Agreement, jointly with every other Tenant, and individually, whether or not in possession.

34. MILITARY ORDINANCE DISCLOSURE: (If applicable and known to Landlord) Premises is located within one mile of an area once used for military training, and may contain potentially explosive munitions.

35.TENANT REPRESENTATIONS; CREDIT: Tenant warrants that all statements in Tenant's rental application are accurate. Tenant authorizes Landlord and Broker(s) to obtain Tenant's credit report at time of application and periodically during tenancy in connection with approval, modification, or enforcement of this Agreement. Landlord may cancel this Agreement: (a) before occupancy begins; (b) upon disapproval of the credit report(s); or (c) at any time, upon discovering that information in Tenant's application is false. A negative credit report reflecting on Tenant's record may be submitted to a credit reporting agency if Tenant fails to fulfill the terms of payment and other obligations under this Agreement.

36.If Landlord has entered into a contract for periodic pest control treatment of the Premises, Landlord shall give tenant a copy of the notice originally given to Landlord by the pest control company.

The copyright laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) forbid the unauthorized reproduction of this form, or any portion thereof, by photocopy machine or any other means, including facsimile or computerized formats. Copyright © 1994-2001, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®,


LR-11 REVISED DATE 10/01 (PAGE 3 OF 4)

Landlord and Tenant acknowledge receipt of copy of this page. Landlord's Initials (_________) (_________)

Tenant's Initials (_________) (_________)

Reviewed by


Broker or Designee





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37.DATA BASE DISCLOSURE: NOTICE: The California Department of Justice, sheriff's departments, police departments serving jurisdictions of 200,000 or more, and many other local law enforcement authorities maintain for public access a data base of the locations of persons required to register pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 290.4 of the Penal Code. The data base is updated on a quarterly basis and a source of information about the presence of these individuals in any neighborhood. The Department of Justice also maintains a Sex Offender Identification Line through which inquiries about individuals may be made. This is a "900" telephone service. Callers must have specific information about individuals they are checking. Information regarding neighborhoods is not available through the "900" telephone service.


The following ATTACHED supplements are incorporated in this Agreement:

39.ATTORNEY FEES: In any action or proceeding arising out of this Agreement, the prevailing party between Landlord and Tenant shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and costs.

40.ENTIRE CONTRACT: Time is of the essence. All prior agreements between Landlord and Tenant are incorporated in this Agreement, which constitutes the entire contract. It is intended as a final expression of the parties' agreement, and may not be contradicted by evidence of any prior agreement or contemporaneous oral agreement. The parties further intend that this Agreement constitutes the complete and exclusive statement of its terms, and that no extrinsic evidence whatsoever may be introduced in any judicial or other proceeding, if any, involving this Agreement. Any provision of this Agreement that is held to be invalid shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision in this Agreement.


A.Confirmation: The following agency relationship(s) are hereby confirmed for this transaction:

Listing Agent: (Print firm name)





is the agent of

(check one):

the Landlord exclusively; or

both the Landlord and Tenant.




Leasing Agent: (Print firm name)




(if not same as Listing Agent) is the agent of

(check one):

the Tenant exclusively; or

the Landlord exclusively; or

both the Tenant and Landlord.

B.Disclosure: (If checked): The term of this lease exceeds one year. A disclosure regarding real estate agency relationships (such as C.A.R. form AD-11), has been provided to Landlord and Tenant, who each acknowledge its receipt.



terms of this Agreement have been interpreted/translated for Tenant into the

following language:





. Interpretation/translation service has been provided by (print name)







, who has the following Driver's License or other identification number:





Tenant has been advised to rely on, and has in fact solely relied on the interpretation/translation services of the above-named individual, and not on


the Landlord or other person involved in negotiating the Agreement. If the Agreement has been negotiated primarily in Spanish, Tenant has been


provided a Spanish language translation of this Agreement pursuant to the California Civil Code. (C.A.R. form LR-14-S fulfills this requirement.)


Signature of interpreter/translator









Landlord and Tenant acknowledge and agree that Brokers: (a) do not guarantee the condition of the Premises; (b) cannot verify representations made by others; (c) cannot provide legal or tax advice; (d) will not provide other advice or information that exceeds the knowledge, education or experience required to obtain a real estate license. Furthermore, if Brokers are not also acting as Landlord in this Agreement, Brokers; (e) do not decide what rental rate a Tenant should pay or Landlord should accept; and (f) do not decide upon the length or other terms of tenancy. Landlord and Tenant agree that they will seek legal, tax, insurance and other desired assistance from appropriate professionals.


























(Owner or Agent with authority to enter into this lease)














(Owner or Agent with authority to enter into this lease)







Landlord Address





Agency relationships are confirmed as above. Real estate brokers who are not also Landlord in this Agreement are not a party to the Agreement between Landlord and Tenant.

Real Estate Broker






(Leasing Firm Name)










Real Estate Broker






(Listing Firm Name)











This form is available for use by the entire real estate industry. It is not intended to identify the user as a REALTOR®. REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark which may be used only by members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® who subscribe to its Code of Ethics.

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525 South Virgil Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90020



LR-11 REVISED DATE 10/01 (PAGE 4 OF 4)

Reviewed by

Broker or Designee





How to Fill Out the California Monthly Lease Agreement Form

There are online templates that you can fill out to get a California month-to-month lease agreement. You can also use our form-building software for the best results, or follow these simple steps:

  • First, enter the landlord’s and tenant’s full names in their respective spaces. Remember to include the current date.
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  • Secondly, enter the address of the premises in detail.
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  • In the “Lease Term” section, include the date when the lease starts and when it should end.
    Step 3 to filling out a california monthly lease sample term
  • Then, in the “Lease Payments” segment, enter the amount to pay per month and the expected payment day.
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  • In the “Late Charges” section, enter the date by which the tenant must pay rent before incurring a penalty.
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  • Then, enter the amount that the tenant must pay as a penalty per day and the day of the month beyond which they will be served with a notice to pay or vacate.
  • The “Insufficient Funds” section specifies the amount of cash to be paid if a check submitted as lease payment bounces.
  • The “Security Deposit” section details the amount of the Security Deposit and situations in which the landlord may deduct or withhold the whole amount.
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  • The “Defaults” section specifies the number of days that must elapse after serving the tenant with a notice to vacate before they can be issued a vacation order.
  • In the”Occupants” section, specify the number of co-habitants living in the leased property and their details. How many are adults?
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  • The “Utilities and Services” section specifies the services for which the landlord is responsible. It also has a segment for additional services.
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  • In the “Pets” section, enter the amount that a lessee must pay if they have a pet in the premises.
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  • The “Abandonment” segment requires you to specify the maximum number of days that must elapse before the landlord declares the property abandoned. It also requires the number of days a tenant is missing with the stall rent, so a landlord may consider the leased property vacant.
  • The “Additional Terms and Conditions” section contains the “Display of Signs” sub-section. Here, specify the number of days that must elapse from the end of the tenancy before a landlord can advertise and show the property to interested viewers.
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  • In the “Noise” section, specify hours of the day when it is permissible to move furniture.
  • In the“Parking” section, check whether or not the tenant can use the parking. If they can use the parking, specify where the parking lot is located and the number of vehicles the tenant is allowed to park.
    Step 16 to filling out a california monthly lease example parking
  • In the “Balconies” section, check whether a tenant is permitted to use any balcony on the leased property for the reasons noted in the document.

Finally, the landlord and the tenant(s) must sign the document and print their names below their signatures.

California Monthly Lease Agreement Form Details

Document Name California Monthly Lease Agreement Form
Other Names CA Monthly Lease Agreement, California Month to Month Rental Agreement
Relevant Laws California Civil Code, Section 1946
Avg. Time to Fill Out 20 minutes
# of Fillable Fields 191
Available Formats Adobe PDF
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