Residential Lease Cosigner Agreement, Landlord's Version
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- specify the lease that's being cosigned and resolve discrepancies between the lease and the cosigner agreement
- lay out the cosigner's liability
- stay protected even if a tenant subleases or assigns the lease
- designate the tenant as the agent for service of process, should you ever need to take the cosigner to court
Create a cosigner agreement -- with teeth -- for your potential tenants
If you plan on requiring a potential tenant to supply a cosigner (also known as a lease guarantor) for any reason, you'll want to make sure that the agreement that's signed is powerful enough to protect you and your landlording business. Use Nolo's Residential Lease Cosigner Agreement, Landlord's Version to create a favorable agreement that is legally valid for the life of the lease your new tenant signs.
With this powerful form, you can:
Don't leave your landlording business vulnerable when renting to new tenants. Be sure to use Nolo's Residential Lease Cosigner Agreement, Landlord's Version to create a favorable agreement that protects you and your interests.