Residential Rental Application (India)

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Choosing a good tenant is an important decision for a landlord to make. With a standard, thorough rental application, you can obtain information from that prospective tenant, including prior rental history, employment and credit related information. A complete form should ask the would-be tenant to consent to a credit and background check. The information you gather through this application can tell you whether your prospective tenant is likely to be considerate and responsible, or whether he will be the proverbial tenant from hell.

Among others, this form includes the following key provisions:
  • Applicant Information: Identifies the applicant
  • Rental History: Provides previous rental information
  • Spouse Information: Where applicable, provides information on spouse who potentially would live in the rental property
  • Vehicle: Provides the information on any vehicles being parked at the rental property
  • Pets: Where applicable, identifies any animals that would live in the rental unit
  • Employer: Employment information of applicant
This lawyer-prepared packet includes:
  1. Instructions & Checklist for Residential Rental Application
  2. Information for Residential Rental Application
  3. Residential Rental Application for India
Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of the states and territories of India.
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.

















Residential Rental Application
(India)








This Packet Includes:
1.   Instructions & Checklist
2. General Information
3. Step-by-Step Instructions
4. Residential Rental Application



Instructions & Checklist


Residential Rental Application
(India)

q   The rental application should be signed by the prospective Tenant and by any spouse that will be residing on the premises.

q   If a second adult will be renting the premises, they should complete a separate rental application form.

q   The Landlord should perform a thorough investigation of the prospective Tenant (and Tenants spouse) based on the information provided in the Application. Landlord should keep copies of any correspondence relating to the Application and written notes of any telephone conversations with and relating to the prospective Tenant(s).

q   It is a good idea to request some form of identification (i.e. drivers license, passport, etc.) from the applicant after the application is completed.

q   Landlord should make sure that all the information provided by the prospective Tenant(s) “makes sense” and that everything matches (i.e. drivers license information matches information on application, etc.)

q   The Landlord should keep the original Application.

q   A copy of the Application may be provided to the prospective Tenant.

q   If an Applicant does not meet Landlords criteria, Landlord should document the reason for the decision. Decisions to reject an Application should be made in good faith and for legitimate legal purposes.

q   Laws vary from time to time.  If you plan on using/disclosing any information provided in this application to any other party, be sure to consult a lawyer.

q   Landlords should not discriminate against any Applicant on any illegal or unlawful basis, including race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability, family status or any other reason prohibited by law.

q   These forms are not intended and are not a substitute for legal advice. These forms should only be a starting point for you and should not be used without consulting with a lawyer first.

The purchase and use of these forms, is subject to the Disclaimers and Terms of Use found at www.findlegalforms.com

General Information


Residential Rental Application
(India)

A Residential Rental Application allows a landlord to obtain information from prospective tenants interested in renting a residential property. Basic information, including prior rental history, employment and credit related information is requested through this application from the potential tenant. The Application allows the prospective tenant to consent to a credit and background check by the Landlord. The prospective Tenant also verifies that the information provided is true and correct.

It is vitally important for the Landlord to thoroughly screen all prospective tenants, checking credit history, references and background. Part of a good screening process is using a good comprehensive rental application, and following up and checking the information the prospective tenant gives you.  The information gathered through this application will be useful for the Landlord in making a decision as to whether to rent the premises to the prospective tenant or not.

Before choosing a tenant, the Landlord should check with the perspective tenants previous Landlords and call any references that the tenant provided.  Obtaining a credit report is particularly valuable because it will tell you if the prospective tenant has a good credit history, if they have a history of paying their bills on the time and have ever filed bankruptcy. If you determine that you do not want to rent to a particular tenant because of an adverse credit report, the Landlord must send the applicant a letter informing the applicant the reason they were rejected, the name of the credit agency used, and inform the applicant that they are entitled to a copy of the report by requesting it from the agency. To avoid any legal problems, it is important for the Landlord be fair and even-handed in the screening of all applicants.

Landlords should not discriminate against any Applicant on any illegal or unlawful basis, including race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability, family status or any other basis prohibited by law. Such discrimination as the sole basis of refusal to rent is illegal.  

In India, the tenant is responsible for minor day-to-day repairs. The landlord is responsible for major repairs. As a Landlord it is important to remember that there is a legal obligation to keep the premises safe and in good repair.  Failure to take care of repairs or address environmental hazards can have dire consequences for the Landlord.



Another popular area of inquiry for the Landlord is how much of a security deposit can they require from the tenant. Prior to occupancy, tenants usually pay a security deposit of three months rent. This is usually refundable at the end of the contract, if no other liabilities have been left unsettled. Deposits are expected to be returned within a month after the end of the tenancy, or as stated in the contract. The proper use of the security deposit should only be for unpaid rent, or to address wear and tear specifically caused by the tenant.



Please note that this information is not intended as and is not a substitute for legal advice














Step-by-Step Instructions


Residential Rental Application
(India)

The following instructions will guide the user through each section of the Rental Application so that all terms are fully understood.

Introduction: Landlord should complete this section, filling out the name of the individual or company that is acting as the Landlord to the rental property. Fill in the complete street address of the property, the date that you want the prospective Tenant to move in, and the length of the desired occupancy.

Applicant Information: The Tenant will fill in their full name, date of birth, pan card number and drivers license number. The pan card number is important, because you will need it to do a credit check on your applicant. Its a good idea to physically inspect the drivers license or obtain a copy for your files; this way you can verify that the applicant is in fact the same person as on the license and over 18 years of age.

Rental History: The Tenant will complete this portion, listing the basic information about their current living arrangement, including their current Landlords name and phone number. In the space below, the Tenant will list the same information to their home previous to that.  It is important for the Landlord to call and check their past history. Valuable information can be gathered by speaking to the applicants past landlords.

Spousal Information:  Applicant will fill in all identifying information of their spouse, if applicable.

Vehicles: Applicant will fill in type of vehicle(s) they own and their license numbers.

Pets:  The applicant will fill in the name, type of breed and size of the pet(s). Whether a Landlord accepts pets is at the discretion of the Landlord.  Many Landlords decide to allow pets because they are animal lovers themselves, and it broadens their base of potential renters.  The risks allowing pets are additional wear and tear to your rental and possible neighbour complaints.  Some Landlord who accept pets charge an additional fee and add it on to the security deposit.  

Miscellaneous:  The applicant will fill miscellaneous information here; whether they have a waterbed, are they a smoker, do they own real estate and have they ever been evicted. They will also need to disclose if they have ever intentionally

refused to pay rent, and if they have ever been convicted of a felony.  It is good for the Landlord to be aware of what types of discrimination are illegal when selecting a tenant.  It is illegal to reject an



applicant based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, because the applicant has children, or disability.  

Current Employer: The applicant will fill in information about their current employer, who they are, how long they have worked there, and their annual income. The Landlord should absolutely call and speak with the applicants employer, verify income and get a sense if the person responsible.

Spouses Employer: The applicant will complete the same as above for their spouse. Again Landlord should contact the employer and verify all income information.  The longer they have worked there should help to assure the Landlord that the applicant(s) have a steady, reliable income and will be able to make their rent payments.

Nearest Relative Not Living with You:  The applicant will fill in information of a relative that can be used as a reference and called in case of emergency.  This reference may be a bit biased; most family members would be reluctant to give a negative reference.  Nonetheless the Landlord should follow up on every reference to get the most complete picture possible of the applicant.

Credit/Personal References:  The applicant will complete the contact information for credit and/or personal references. As with all references, Landlord should call and follow up to gather information. While these references are informative, they arent fool proof.  Remember that the applicant has picked what references they felt comfortable giving you.

Bank References:  Applicant will fill in their bank information. Usually without a signed statement by the applicant, it will be difficult to get any specifics about the applicants account.  You may be able to confirm however that they do in fact have an account there.  If the applicant does not have a bank account, this would be a red flag to Landlord.  If that is the case, the Landlord should specify how they would like their rent paid, by cashiers check, for instance.

Credit Cards: The applicant will fill in information for four different credit cards. As with the bank, the credit card companies will not be able to give you any specific information about the applicants account. It will however give the Landlord a sense of what kind of debt the applicant may be carrying.  The credit card information can be verified by the credit report that you would get on the applicant.

A credit check on the applicant is a must.  There is usually a small fee associated with this, which is often charged to the applicant.  There are a variety of businesses that can do this, or you can contact the credit agencies
directly, such as Experian, who will provide a three-credit bureau report.  If
you use an agency, they will be able to assist in conducting a criminal background check as well.






Signature Block: Make sure that the applicants have read the preceding paragraphs. By singing the application they are authorising the Landlord to conduct a background check on the applicant. Have the applicant sign and date the form. Keep the original and provide the applicant with a copy.







DISCLAIMER:

FindLegalForms, Inc. (“FLF”) is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  The use of these materials is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a lawyer can provide legal advice.  A lawyer should be consulted for all serious legal matters.  No Lawyer-Client relationship is created by use of these materials.  
THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS.  FLF DOES NOT GIVE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR COMPLETENESS FOR ANY OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS.  THE MATERIALS ARE USED AT YOUR OWN RISK.  IN NO EVENT WILL:  I) FLF, ITS AGENTS, PARTNERS, OR AFFILIATES; OR II) THE PROVIDERS, AUTHORS OR PUBLISHERS OF ITS MATERIALS, BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATE OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER USED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS. 















Property Owner/Manager Name:  ______________________________________________
Address of Rental Property:  ____________________________    City:________________
State:____________________________     Pincode:_____________________
Available for Move-In Date:                                        Lease Duration:  

RESIDENTIAL RENTAL APPLICATION

APPLICANT INFORMATION
Name:
Date of Birth
Pan Card No.:        
Driver's Licence No:                          State:
Phone:
Email address:

APPLICANT SPOUSE INFORMATION (if applicable)
Name:
Date of Birth
Pan Card No.:        
Driver's Licence No:                          State:
Phone:
Email address:

RENTAL HISTORY
Present
Address:  ___________________________________   City:_________________________
State:___________________________________    Pincode: _____________________
Duration renting at present address?
Current rent payment:  Rs.
Landlord's Name: __________________________     Landlord Phone: __________________
May we contact?    Yes     No
Reason for moving?
Prior
Address:  ___________________________________   City:_________________________
State:___________________________________    Pincode:______________________
Duration renting at prior address:
Rent payment: Rs.
Landlord's Name: __________________________     Landlord Phone: _________________
May we contact?    Yes     No
Reason for moving?

CURRENT EMPLOYER:
Employer:
Address:                                                                                                   Phone:
Position
How long with this employer?
Supervisor
Annual Income: Rs.
Other Income:

SPOUSES CURRENT EMPLOYER (if applicable):
Employer:
Address:                                                                                                   Phone:
Position
How long with this employer?
Supervisor
Annual Income: $
Other Income:


OTHER TENANTS (including children and anyone who will live with you even temporarily)
Total number of occupants:         Adults:______    Children: _______
Children?                Yes         No
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Adults other than applicant and spouse?         Yes         No
Name:
Phone No.:
Present Address:
Occupation:
Relationship:
Name:
Phone No.:
Present Address:
Occupation:
Relationship:
PLEASE NOTE:  If a second adult (other than spouse) will be renting the premises, they may be required to complete a separate rental application form.

MISCELLANEOUS
1.  Water bed?     Yes     No
2.  Do you smoke?     Yes     No
3.  Have you been evicted as a tenant?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
4.  Have you ever intentionally refused to pay rent when due?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
5.  Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________
6.  Do you have pets?  Yes     No
     If yes, please describe (include type, breed and size): _________________________
____________________________________________________________________



PERSONAL REFERENCES (not related to you):
Name:
Relationship:
Address:                                                                                   Phone No.:
Name:
Relationship:
Address:                                                                                   Phone No.:


BANK REFERENCES:
Name:
Branch:
Account Number:
Name:
Branch:
Account Number:


TENANCY WILL BE DENIED if you misrepresent any information on the application.
If misrepresentations are found after the rental agreement is signed, your rental agreement will be terminated.

Property Owner/Manger does not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of an illegal purpose including: race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or family status.  

I represent that the information provided in this Application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.  

I understand that this Application is not a rental agreement and that this Application does not create any obligation on the Property Owner/Manager.

I understand that the information provided might be used by Property Owner/Manager to determine whether to accept this Application. I authorize Property Owner/Manager to verify all the information given in this application, including banking and personal references and employment information provided.

I also authorize Property Owner/Manager to perform a credit check, a criminal history check and any other inquiries as deemed necessary.  I consent to the release of information relating to my credit and the information provided in this application.  



_____________________________________________    _____________________________
Applicant's Signature    Date



_________________________________________    __________________________
Spouse/Co-Applicant's Signature    Date

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This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.

















Residential Rental Application
(India)








This Packet Includes:
1.   Instructions & Checklist
2. General Information
3. Step-by-Step Instructions
4. Residential Rental Application



Instructions & Checklist


Residential Rental Application
(India)

q   The rental application should be signed by the prospective Tenant and by any spouse that will be residing on the premises.

q   If a second adult will be renting the premises, they should complete a separate rental application form.

q   The Landlord should perform a thorough investigation of the prospective Tenant (and Tenants spouse) based on the information provided in the Application. Landlord should keep copies of any correspondence relating to the Application and written notes of any telephone conversations with and relating to the prospective Tenant(s).

q   It is a good idea to request some form of identification (i.e. drivers license, passport, etc.) from the applicant after the application is completed.

q   Landlord should make sure that all the information provided by the prospective Tenant(s) “makes sense” and that everything matches (i.e. drivers license information matches information on application, etc.)

q   The Landlord should keep the original Application.

q   A copy of the Application may be provided to the prospective Tenant.

q   If an Applicant does not meet Landlords criteria, Landlord should document the reason for the decision. Decisions to reject an Application should be made in good faith and for legitimate legal purposes.

q   Laws vary from time to time.  If you plan on using/disclosing any information provided in this application to any other party, be sure to consult a lawyer.

q   Landlords should not discriminate against any Applicant on any illegal or unlawful basis, including race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability, family status or any other reason prohibited by law.

q   These forms are not intended and are not a substitute for legal advice. These forms should only be a starting point for you and should not be used without consulting with a lawyer first.

The purchase and use of these forms, is subject to the Disclaimers and Terms of Use found at www.findlegalforms.com

General Information


Residential Rental Application
(India)

A Residential Rental Application allows a landlord to obtain information from prospective tenants interested in renting a residential property. Basic information, including prior rental history, employment and credit related information is requested through this application from the potential tenant. The Application allows the prospective tenant to consent to a credit and background check by the Landlord. The prospective Tenant also verifies that the information provided is true and correct.

It is vitally important for the Landlord to thoroughly screen all prospective tenants, checking credit history, references and background. Part of a good screening process is using a good comprehensive rental application, and following up and checking the information the prospective tenant gives you.  The information gathered through this application will be useful for the Landlord in making a decision as to whether to rent the premises to the prospective tenant or not.

Before choosing a tenant, the Landlord should check with the perspective tenants previous Landlords and call any references that the tenant provided.  Obtaining a credit report is particularly valuable because it will tell you if the prospective tenant has a good credit history, if they have a history of paying their bills on the time and have ever filed bankruptcy. If you determine that you do not want to rent to a particular tenant because of an adverse credit report, the Landlord must send the applicant a letter informing the applicant the reason they were rejected, the name of the credit agency used, and inform the applicant that they are entitled to a copy of the report by requesting it from the agency. To avoid any legal problems, it is important for the Landlord be fair and even-handed in the screening of all applicants.

Landlords should not discriminate against any Applicant on any illegal or unlawful basis, including race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability, family status or any other basis prohibited by law. Such discrimination as the sole basis of refusal to rent is illegal.  

In India, the tenant is responsible for minor day-to-day repairs. The landlord is responsible for major repairs. As a Landlord it is important to remember that there is a legal obligation to keep the premises safe and in good repair.  Failure to take care of repairs or address environmental hazards can have dire consequences for the Landlord.



Another popular area of inquiry for the Landlord is how much of a security deposit can they require from the tenant. Prior to occupancy, tenants usually pay a security deposit of three months rent. This is usually refundable at the end of the contract, if no other liabilities have been left unsettled. Deposits are expected to be returned within a month after the end of the tenancy, or as stated in the contract. The proper use of the security deposit should only be for unpaid rent, or to address wear and tear specifically caused by the tenant.



Please note that this information is not intended as and is not a substitute for legal advice














Step-by-Step Instructions


Residential Rental Application
(India)

The following instructions will guide the user through each section of the Rental Application so that all terms are fully understood.

Introduction: Landlord should complete this section, filling out the name of the individual or company that is acting as the Landlord to the rental property. Fill in the complete street address of the property, the date that you want the prospective Tenant to move in, and the length of the desired occupancy.

Applicant Information: The Tenant will fill in their full name, date of birth, pan card number and drivers license number. The pan card number is important, because you will need it to do a credit check on your applicant. Its a good idea to physically inspect the drivers license or obtain a copy for your files; this way you can verify that the applicant is in fact the same person as on the license and over 18 years of age.

Rental History: The Tenant will complete this portion, listing the basic information about their current living arrangement, including their current Landlords name and phone number. In the space below, the Tenant will list the same information to their home previous to that.  It is important for the Landlord to call and check their past history. Valuable information can be gathered by speaking to the applicants past landlords.

Spousal Information:  Applicant will fill in all identifying information of their spouse, if applicable.

Vehicles: Applicant will fill in type of vehicle(s) they own and their license numbers.

Pets:  The applicant will fill in the name, type of breed and size of the pet(s). Whether a Landlord accepts pets is at the discretion of the Landlord.  Many Landlords decide to allow pets because they are animal lovers themselves, and it broadens their base of potential renters.  The risks allowing pets are additional wear and tear to your rental and possible neighbour complaints.  Some Landlord who accept pets charge an additional fee and add it on to the security deposit.  

Miscellaneous:  The applicant will fill miscellaneous information here; whether they have a waterbed, are they a smoker, do they own real estate and have they ever been evicted. They will also need to disclose if they have ever intentionally

refused to pay rent, and if they have ever been convicted of a felony.  It is good for the Landlord to be aware of what types of discrimination are illegal when selecting a tenant.  It is illegal to reject an



applicant based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, because the applicant has children, or disability.  

Current Employer: The applicant will fill in information about their current employer, who they are, how long they have worked there, and their annual income. The Landlord should absolutely call and speak with the applicants employer, verify income and get a sense if the person responsible.

Spouses Employer: The applicant will complete the same as above for their spouse. Again Landlord should contact the employer and verify all income information.  The longer they have worked there should help to assure the Landlord that the applicant(s) have a steady, reliable income and will be able to make their rent payments.

Nearest Relative Not Living with You:  The applicant will fill in information of a relative that can be used as a reference and called in case of emergency.  This reference may be a bit biased; most family members would be reluctant to give a negative reference.  Nonetheless the Landlord should follow up on every reference to get the most complete picture possible of the applicant.

Credit/Personal References:  The applicant will complete the contact information for credit and/or personal references. As with all references, Landlord should call and follow up to gather information. While these references are informative, they arent fool proof.  Remember that the applicant has picked what references they felt comfortable giving you.

Bank References:  Applicant will fill in their bank information. Usually without a signed statement by the applicant, it will be difficult to get any specifics about the applicants account.  You may be able to confirm however that they do in fact have an account there.  If the applicant does not have a bank account, this would be a red flag to Landlord.  If that is the case, the Landlord should specify how they would like their rent paid, by cashiers check, for instance.

Credit Cards: The applicant will fill in information for four different credit cards. As with the bank, the credit card companies will not be able to give you any specific information about the applicants account. It will however give the Landlord a sense of what kind of debt the applicant may be carrying.  The credit card information can be verified by the credit report that you would get on the applicant.

A credit check on the applicant is a must.  There is usually a small fee associated with this, which is often charged to the applicant.  There are a variety of businesses that can do this, or you can contact the credit agencies
directly, such as Experian, who will provide a three-credit bureau report.  If
you use an agency, they will be able to assist in conducting a criminal background check as well.






Signature Block: Make sure that the applicants have read the preceding paragraphs. By singing the application they are authorising the Landlord to conduct a background check on the applicant. Have the applicant sign and date the form. Keep the original and provide the applicant with a copy.







DISCLAIMER:

FindLegalForms, Inc. (“FLF”) is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  The use of these materials is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a lawyer can provide legal advice.  A lawyer should be consulted for all serious legal matters.  No Lawyer-Client relationship is created by use of these materials.  
THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS.  FLF DOES NOT GIVE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR COMPLETENESS FOR ANY OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS.  THE MATERIALS ARE USED AT YOUR OWN RISK.  IN NO EVENT WILL:  I) FLF, ITS AGENTS, PARTNERS, OR AFFILIATES; OR II) THE PROVIDERS, AUTHORS OR PUBLISHERS OF ITS MATERIALS, BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATE OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER USED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS. 















Property Owner/Manager Name:  ______________________________________________
Address of Rental Property:  ____________________________    City:________________
State:____________________________     Pincode:_____________________
Available for Move-In Date:                                        Lease Duration:  

RESIDENTIAL RENTAL APPLICATION

APPLICANT INFORMATION
Name:
Date of Birth
Pan Card No.:        
Driver's Licence No:                          State:
Phone:
Email address:

APPLICANT SPOUSE INFORMATION (if applicable)
Name:
Date of Birth
Pan Card No.:        
Driver's Licence No:                          State:
Phone:
Email address:

RENTAL HISTORY
Present
Address:  ___________________________________   City:_________________________
State:___________________________________    Pincode: _____________________
Duration renting at present address?
Current rent payment:  Rs.
Landlord's Name: __________________________     Landlord Phone: __________________
May we contact?    Yes     No
Reason for moving?
Prior
Address:  ___________________________________   City:_________________________
State:___________________________________    Pincode:______________________
Duration renting at prior address:
Rent payment: Rs.
Landlord's Name: __________________________     Landlord Phone: _________________
May we contact?    Yes     No
Reason for moving?

CURRENT EMPLOYER:
Employer:
Address:                                                                                                   Phone:
Position
How long with this employer?
Supervisor
Annual Income: Rs.
Other Income:

SPOUSES CURRENT EMPLOYER (if applicable):
Employer:
Address:                                                                                                   Phone:
Position
How long with this employer?
Supervisor
Annual Income: $
Other Income:


OTHER TENANTS (including children and anyone who will live with you even temporarily)
Total number of occupants:         Adults:______    Children: _______
Children?                Yes         No
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Name/Age: _______________ 
Adults other than applicant and spouse?         Yes         No
Name:
Phone No.:
Present Address:
Occupation:
Relationship:
Name:
Phone No.:
Present Address:
Occupation:
Relationship:
PLEASE NOTE:  If a second adult (other than spouse) will be renting the premises, they may be required to complete a separate rental application form.

MISCELLANEOUS
1.  Water bed?     Yes     No
2.  Do you smoke?     Yes     No
3.  Have you been evicted as a tenant?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
4.  Have you ever intentionally refused to pay rent when due?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
5.  Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offence?  Yes     No
     If yes, please explain: __________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________
6.  Do you have pets?  Yes     No
     If yes, please describe (include type, breed and size): _________________________
____________________________________________________________________



PERSONAL REFERENCES (not related to you):
Name:
Relationship:
Address:                                                                                   Phone No.:
Name:
Relationship:
Address:                                                                                   Phone No.:


BANK REFERENCES:
Name:
Branch:
Account Number:
Name:
Branch:
Account Number:


TENANCY WILL BE DENIED if you misrepresent any information on the application.
If misrepresentations are found after the rental agreement is signed, your rental agreement will be terminated.

Property Owner/Manger does not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of an illegal purpose including: race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or family status.  

I represent that the information provided in this Application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.  

I understand that this Application is not a rental agreement and that this Application does not create any obligation on the Property Owner/Manager.

I understand that the information provided might be used by Property Owner/Manager to determine whether to accept this Application. I authorize Property Owner/Manager to verify all the information given in this application, including banking and personal references and employment information provided.

I also authorize Property Owner/Manager to perform a credit check, a criminal history check and any other inquiries as deemed necessary.  I consent to the release of information relating to my credit and the information provided in this application.  



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Applicant's Signature    Date



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Spouse/Co-Applicant's Signature    Date

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The forms were straight forward as were the instructions. I highly recommend the site.


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Covers all the required data for all applying applicants.


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It looks good so far, nice that I can type in my comments and modifications. Hopefully I'll not end up in court to test it out. This is much better than some of the others where you get one shot at the paperwork!


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