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Here’s what you need to know before you choose one of my free forms (below):

Landlord forms and notices are governed by your State law.  I strongly advise you to join your local Apartment Association and sign up for their Landlord’s 101 class.  I have personally taken the class several times.  I also took the CAM Classes (Certified Apartment Manager) after my family foreclosed on a 90 unit apartment complex in the 1980s and we suddenly found ourselves with 50+ vacancies (imagine yourself in those shoes!!).  And then years later, after I had a law degree and was representing other income property owners, I taught the legal portion of the class.  (Full circle, baby.)

It’s vital that you take the Landlord’s 101 Class from your local Apartment Association and get your basics.  You will meet other landlords, smart vendors, contractors, attorneys, professional managers, the local Apartment Association staff, and it will save your bacon.

My forms are generic = not specific to any State law.  I like them (because I wrote them 🙂 ) but you should compare them to your local Apartment Association forms, consult your attorney, and make an informed decision on which forms to use for your specific purposes.

If you use my forms, it is assumed that you have read my Disclaimer and agree to its terms.  I don’t provide warranties of any flavor and I don’t provide support.  If you have any questions about how to fill out these forms or how to properly serve them, it is important that you consult with your attorney so you don’t have to start over.

Beyond those admonitions, enjoy!

Note:  I have not included any 3-Day Notices because they are absolutely State-specific.