Oklahoma Standard Residential Lease Agreement
The Oklahoma Standard Residential Lease Agreement is a property management form used to assign rules and conditions pertaining to the renting of an apartment or home for one (1) year. In the contract, the renters are formally known as “lessees” and the landlord as the “lessor.” Prior to signing the agreement, the parties will sit down and go over each section of the contract to ensure the lessee(s) fully understand and agree with each condition. Although negotiations are more commonplace in commercial leasing than in residential, negotiation regarding certain topics, such as rent amount, terms, and utilities commonly occurs. As a general rule of thumb, if a rental property is in high-demand, landlords shouldn’t give in to a tenants’ attempt at negotiation (and vice versa).
Tenant Screening: Oklahoma Rental Application
Maximum Security Deposit – No Limit
Lease Laws – Stat. Ann. tit. 41, §§ 101 to 136