The Housing and Community Development (HCD) provides a guide to tenants` and landlords` rights and obligations, which includes all the information a landlord or tenant should know about the rules/rules required by the state to rent a property. The California standard housing lease is structured for one year during which the tenant is legally required to pay monthly rent to obtain residence. It is strongly recommended that the lessor conduct a substantive review with each applicant (see rental application) on the basis of information that may be revealed that could insinsuate the landlord`s decision to accommodate the new tenant. If the landlord agrees, he can usually charge a security deposit to the new tenant… There is no additional time prescribed by the state, the rent is due on the date stipulated in the rental agreement (Publication of the mold (No. 26147-26148) – The landlord must disclose to the tenant the health risks by adding the document to the agreement. DISCLOSURE OF FLOOD ZONES. This property is located in a well-known flood zone, which increases the risk of flooding. Owners and owners are not responsible for personal losses resulting from flooding or other risks in this rental unit. It is recommended that tenant insurance and flood insurance. Information about hazards can be found on the California Office of Emergency Services website at myhazards.caloes.ca.gov Megan`s Law (p. 2079.10)- New tenants must be informed (in writing in the contents of the rental agreement) that the California Department of Justice operates a website that publishes reports on registered sex offenders. Death (Az.
1710.2) – If a death has occurred within the limits of the rented property in the past 3 years, the owner or real estate agent must pass this knowledge on to the new tenant (without the person`s death from the AIDS virus). Lease to Own Agreement – Is an option that allows a tenant to rent a property for a certain period of time, with the option to purchase the property if you wish. Lead-Based Paint (42 U.S. Code ` 4852d) – The EPA-HUD has introduced a federal regulation requiring that all rental properties built before 1978 and contained lead paint be provided with a lease agreement that discloses the potential risks of contact with the harmful substance. Flood risk – If the leased property is in a high risk of flooding, the landlord must disclose this knowledge as part of the lease agreement available to the new tenant (July 1, 2018). Smoke Policy (No. 1947.5) – Prior to the lease, the lessor must equip the lessor with a full disclosure that reveals the rules and rules applicable to tobacco on the ground or the provision prohibiting smoking entirely on the site.