Smoking Lease Addendum Style 159

Landlords who rent Premises in one of the listed cities or states that have legalized marijuana should consider this form if they want to clarify whether their Tenants can or cannot smoke any cannabis products while living on the Premises. For an up-to-date overview, our Marijuana Map gives you a simple and quick explanation of these often confusing marijuana laws. 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). Smoking is not permitted inside the leased premises or anywhere on the surrounding property. This includes, but is not limited to, the garage, driveway, sidewalk, yard, deck, patio, and landing. 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).

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