A Lease Amendment is also known as:
- Amendment to Lease
- Lease Modification Agreement
- Lease Amending Agreement
- Lease Addendum
What is a Lease Amendment?
A Lease Amendment is used to modify an existing Lease Agreement between a tenant and landlord by adding or removing clauses, or changing existing clauses. An amendment allows the parties to change the terms without having to sign a new Lease Agreement.
Who Can Use a Lease Amendment?
A Lease Amending Agreement can be used by landlords and tenants to change terms in an existing Lease Agreement. The landlord and tenant must both consent to and sign the amendment in order for it to come into effect.
What Can I Use a Lease Amendment For?
A Lease Amendment is commonly used for making changes to the:
- Lease length, renewal, or termination clauses
- Amount of rent
- Maintenance duties, such as maintaining outdoor areas
- Rental terms, such as subletting
- Permissions, such as pets
- Property use or boundaries
- Number of occupants or tenants, such as a roommate
As long as both parties agree to the amendment, almost any change can be made to the Lease Agreement.
How Many Amendments Can You Make Using LawDepot's Lease Amendment?
When amending your Lease, you can make up to five amendments with a single Lease Amending Agreement. If you wish to make multiple amendments, such as introducing a new set of terms, you should consider creating a new Lease Agreement.
How Many Amendments Can You Make to a Lease Agreement?
You can make amendments on six separate occasions using LawDepot's Lease Amendment form. If you wish to make more than that, you should consider creating a new Lease Agreement, integrating the previous amendments.
After Amending a Lease Agreement, Do The Original Lease Terms Still Apply?
Yes, other than the terms that have been modified by a Lease Amendment, the original terms of the Lease Agreement still stand.