Kentucky Rental Lease Agreement Forms and Templates


Download free Kentucky rental forms which allow a lessor (landlord) to lease residential property to a lessee (tenant) in exchange for regular payments. The lessee must agree to the lessor’s terms, which may include the right to have pets, the prohibition of disruptive behavior, restrictions on entry to the property, and the obligation to pay a security deposit. Rental agreements can be for either residential or commercial properties. The landlord may require an application to review the tenant’s credentials and after approval submit a lease agreement for signature.

Laws – KRS Chapter 383

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The free Kentucky residential lease agreement can be downloaded and used for any livable space located in the State. The property owner (landlord) and lessee (tenant) will most likely negotiate the following terms and once agreed upon sign a lease agreement; Monthly Rental Price Utilities including: Electricity Water Heat A/C Landscaping Security Deposit Pet Deposit (if any) The landlord may ask to see the tenant’s…

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The Kentucky month-to-month rental agreement allows a tenant and landlord to create a “tenancy at will” in which either party may change or void the agreement with at least thirty (30) days notice. The lease automatically renews every month as long as rent is paid by the tenant and the landlord is current with their terms of the contract. The landlord should keep the same…

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The Kentucky rental application is a form that is used by a landlord to verify that a potential tenant is who they claim to be and will be able to pay their rent every month. The application allows the landlord to lookup the following; Employment Status and Income Background Information Credit Report Previous Landlords and any references that the tenant decides to use. The landlord…

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The Kentucky commercial lease agreement allows a landlord that owns retail, industrial, or office space to rent to a qualified tenant. There are many types of rental arrangements such as Triple Net (NNN), Gross, and Percentage leases that this contract may be modified to reflect as long as both parties are in agreement. Typically the tenant will make requests as to how they would like…

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The Kentucky sublease and roommate rental forms are most common in college or university settings where a house or apartment may be shared among other individuals. Typically one or a select number of people (“Sub Lessor’s”) will be on the original or “Master” lease with the landlord and will be responsible for accepting new tenants  (“Sub Lessee’s”). The Sublessor is directly responsible for all actions…

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The Kentucky Roommate Agreement states the basic terms and conditions that should be documented when roommates have decided to enter a cohabiting situation. With this tool, the framework for organizing where to enter the facts relating to the current roommates and residence may be easily presented. Once such facts are entered and the document is signed, it will exert a binding power over the signature…

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