Share House Agreement Form
Look for the image on this page and select one of the tagging buttons to access a copy that you can display on your computer and with which you can work. If a program to edit one of the three file types (Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx) or document text opening (.odt) appears on these buttons, you can use it to enter the requested information on the screen and then print it out for signature. Otherwise, you can fill it by hand or with a typewriter, as long as it happens in such a readable way. In any case, you should specify the tasks of renting and supplying, if a deposit is needed, and other basic “house rules”. Agreements generally dictate cleaning tasks and guidelines for overnight stays, noise and quiet hours. The tenant who resides with the roommates and intends to seize the housing situation under the conditions defined in this document must be listed on the blank line under the name “new tenant.” For the next empty line, the full name of the “owner/principle” is required. Write down the full name of each roommate on the space called “Current Co-Tenant (s).” In addition to the names of each roommate, we need to define the premises in question. Document the physical address of the premises where roommates live on the empty line between the bold word “property” and the parentheses called “address.” These should be the building number, street number, apartment number, city, state and postcode of premises that roommates wish to share and live on. Finally, this document requires a definition of when the roommates defined above live under the terms defined in this document on declared property.
Find the statement “This agreement must last for the same contract as our lease… indicates the start date and end date of the lease for the two spaces made available. If the roommates decide they want to be in the lease, an addendum must be approved and added to the original lease. If the roommates also wish to have an additional roommate contract indicating the responsibilities of the tenants for one (1) other, this is also an option, even if it is not necessary.