Identification (§562A.13 (1)) – The Owner must disclose in the Agreement the names of any person having access to the premises. Lead-based color (42 U.S. Code § 4852d) – A law imposed by the Confederation, this disclosure applies only to dwellings built before 1978 and requires the person authorized to rent the property to inform potential tenants of all known lead risks that may be present in the structure. In addition, a set of information, approved by the EPO, should be included in the rental agreement in order to inform residents of the dangers associated with contact with the harmful substance. Iowa leases are real estate contracts that are entered into for the use of a lessor, known as an owner/manager, and a lessee, known as a tenant, in order to reach a consensus on the financial means for the use of real estate. All documents must be drawn up after an oral agreement has been reached, the tenant has authorized the property/surface and the landlord has verified all the information about the tenant through the rental application. Rent increase (§ 562A.13 (5)) – If the landlord/landlord intends to increase the rental amount, he must send a written message to all applicable tenants within at least thirty (30) days before the start. (This will not affect the tenant until the original lease expires.) Sub-lease – If a tenant decides to rent the same property to someone else to cover it for the lease to which they are bound. At the end of the term of the rental agreement, the lessor has thirty (30) days to return the tenant`s means of suretyship, provided that the tenant indicates a new postal address (§ 562A.12 (3) (a)). Lead-based color – If the property was built before 1978, this disclosure must be included in the agreement and acknowledged by the tenant.
To ensure that your lease agreement is legally binding, also be sure to familiarize yourself with the following laws and requirements in Iowa. Shared Utilities (§562A.13 (4)) – If the tenant shares a meter with another tenant or owner, the tenant must indicate in the agreement how the costs of the distribution undertaking are distributed among all those in the agreement. Incidental expenses (Article 562A.13(4)) – Prior to the performance of the lease agreement, it is necessary to submit to the tenant a full disclosure of all rates and expenses related to the services provided in the residence (only if the lessor is responsible for billing the utility company). . . .