Nevada rental/lease agreements

You can use the free Nevada rental and lease agreement template for the establishment of an agreement between a property owner and a lessee for the leasing of space for residential and business-related use. The lessor uses a rental application to ascertain their employment status and background information. Once the contract is signed by both parties, it becomes legally binding. Rental Application – The property owner uses this document to obtain the lessee’s financial, and work-related details to ensure they are a worthy occupant. The lessor may charge a small fee for this process.

Nevada rental/lease agreement templates

Nevada rental/lease agreements

Applicable Regulations

Commercial – Chapter 118C (Landlord and Tenant: Commercial Premises)

Residential – Chapter 118A (Landlord and Tenant: Dwellings)

6 types of Nevada lease agreements

Commercial Rental Lease Agreement This lease agreement is used to create a contract between a landlord and an entity that wishes to lease a space for commercial activities. 

Monthly Rental lease Agreement ((NRS 40.251) – For occupancy by a tenant that can be canceled at any time with a minimum of thirty days’ notice by the landlord or tenant. The property owner is required to provide additional notice of thirty days for occupants who are sixty years of age and above.

Rent-to-Own Rental Agreement – A standard rental that allows the occupant to acquire the property.

Roommate Lease Agreement – For 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 Contract – A common residential contract with a start and end date usually lasting for one year. Of course, it can last much longer and offers a lot of protection to tenants. 

Sublease Agreement – For use when a lessee that is under a rental contract with a property owner intends to bring in another occupant to assume responsibility for rented space and take up responsibility for the rental.

Six disclosure requirements

Fees (NRS 118A.200) – Fees that cannot be refunded must be recorded in the leasing agreement.

Foreclosure (NRS 118A.275) – If the premises is facing foreclosure, the lessee must be informed

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – As required by law, the landlord must inform all occupants of buildings constructed before 1978, of the presence of this hazardous paint on the interior.

 Move-in Checklist (NRS 118A.200(k)) – A signed acknowledgment of the condition of the dwelling must be provided during occupancy.

Nuisance (NRS 118A.200) – A guide for the report of irresponsible behavior or abuse of the dwelling to the relevant authorities.

USA Flag (NRS 118A.325) – A property owner is required to furnish details to the lessee on their prerogative to expose a banner on the property.

Access to property

According to NRS 118A.330, lessors are required to provide a minimum of twenty-four hours notice prior to accessing the property except in emergencies.

Money deposited as security

Maximum (NRS 118A.242) – The lessor may require a maximum of three months' rent.

Returning (NRS 118A.242) – The landlord is required to return all security deposits within thirty days of exit of the premises.

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