Nebraska rental/lease agreements

Make use of the free Nebraska rental and lease agreement template for the renting of property between a lessor and a lessee. When a potential lessee has toured the property and is satisfied, they will usually complete a  rental application that allows the property owner to get information on their income and background information. Once the contract is signed by both parties, it becomes enforceable in a court of law. Rental Application – A lessor makes use of this document for obtaining the lessee’s personal and financial details to make sure they can afford the rent amount.

Nebraska rental/lease agreement templates

Nebraska rental/lease agreements

6 types of Nebraska lease agreements:

Commercial Rental Lease Agreement– Used for renting or leasing space that is meant to be used for commercial or business purposes. There are many types of commercial leases such as percentage, triple net, and gross modified. 

Monthly Rental lease Agreement  (§ 76-1416) – A rental agreement with rent payable every month can be canceled with a minimum of thirty days’ notice.

Rent-to-Own Rental Agreement – A typical lease that allows the lessee to acquire the property in the future if certain conditions are met. The triggering conditions can be adjusted to fit the specific needs of your situation.

Roommate Lease Agreement – Used by members of a shared housing arrangement for creating an agreement as to the responsibilities of each member of the dwelling towards the payment of rent and how common areas such as living room, kitchen, etc. would be managed and maintained.  

Standard Residential Rental Agreement – The most popular type of lease agreement in the state. It has a fixed term that usually lasts for a year or more and offers a wide range of protections for the landlord and the tenant. 

Sublease Agreement – Used when an occupant with an active leasing contract from a landlord intends to bring in a new tenant to assume responsibility for rented space and see out the remainder of the term. This arrangement does not always require approval from the landlord. You can get this contract in two options; a commercial sublease and a residential sublease.

Two disclosure requirements

Identity (§ 76-1417) – A property owner is required to state in the agreement before the start of the tenancy, the persons (and their occupation) allowed access to the property. e.g, agents.

Lead-Based Paint Information – Per federal law, all property owners are required to inform their lessees, for properties built before the year 1978, of the presence of this hazardous paint material inside the dwelling.

Access to property

According to § 76-1423, lessors are required to provide a minimum of twenty-four hours notice before accessing the property.

Money deposited as security

Maximum (§ 76-1416) – A property owner can request a maximum of one month’s rent. If the lessee keeps a pet, additional fees not exceeding twenty-five percent of the monthly rent may be required. When security deposits are collected, the tenant must be issued a receipt

Returning (§ 76-1416) – The landlord is required to return all security deposits to the lessee within fourteen days of exit of the premises.

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