Smoking Lease Addendum Style 153

The Landlord should consider one if the current lease or rental agreement is quiet about whether smoking is allowed on the Premises. Even if the lease or rental agreement has already been signed, a Landlord may still later ask Tenants to sign this document if they are particularly concerned about their Tenants using the listed substances. Whether you are a landlord or tenant, there may be times when your residential or commercial lease needs to be added to. In these circumstances, you will use a lease addendum to make the required changes. Unlike a lease amendment, which is a change in the contract itself, a lease addendum is an additional document that is added to the existing lease agreement. For example, in the residential lease context, pet ownership, roommate expectations, crime free agreements, and lawn care policies may all be controlled by addenda (if they are not already controlled by the lease itself). Whether you are a landlord or tenant, there may be times when your residential or commercial lease needs to be added to. In these circumstances, you will use a lease addendum to make the required changes.

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