North Dakota Standard Residential Lease Agreement

The North Dakota Standard Residential Lease Agreement is a template that explains the rights and responsibilities of those living within the property (the tenants), and the landlord or property manager. Being a template, the document is meant to be edited to fit the renter’s needs; however, the document contains the base necessary sections found in most leases, and can be used as-is. Before signing, it is recommended to have a realtor or licensed attorney go-through the form to ensure it contains sufficient information and protections.

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State Laws + Maximum Security Deposit

State laws – Ch. 47-16 “Leasing of Real Property”

Maximum Security Deposit (Ch. 47-16) – One (1) months’ rent. Landlords can charge two (2) months’ rent to those with felony convictions.