Georgia Residential Lease Agreement

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The Georgia Residential Lease Agreement is a standard one (1) year term that is usually authorized after the landlord approves the tenant after reviewing their rental application. The landlord may require any amount for the Security Deposit as there is no statutory limit. Once both parties agree and signed the contract, it becomes legal and enforceable by both parties.

Required Disclosures

Security Deposit

If a deposit was accepted by the landlord, the escrow account location must be given to the tenant.

Lead Based Paint Disclosure

If the improved property was constructed before 1978 then this disclosure must be attached to the lease agreement and signed by the tenant. Download > Lead Based Paint Disclosure Form

Landlord-Tenant Checklist

This document must be filled-in by the tenant and signed by both parties which itemizes the necessary repairs that exist in the property before entering the lease period. Download > Landlord-Tenant Checklist