A Nevada (NV) Lease Agreement is a legally binding document between a landlord and a tenant, written in accordance with Nevada’s landlord-tenant laws. The landlord agrees to rent all (or a portion of) their property to a tenant for a fee, and the tenant agrees to the lease agreement’s terms and conditions.
1. What to Include in a Nevada Residential Lease Agreement
Federal law mandates that landlords in all states, including Nevada, add specific details in their lease agreements. These details include:
- Tenant/Landlord Details: names and current addresses of both the tenant and landlord
- Premises: the address of the premises being rented
- Pets: whether pets are allowed, and any other pet-related rules
- Health Hazards: any known health hazards or risks
- Rent Specifics: the amount of rent and security deposit due, and payment dates and methods
States differ in their leasing and rental requirements. Familiarize yourself with Nevada’s landlord-tenant laws to protect your legal and financial rights.
2. Nevada Landlord and Tenant Laws
Nevada has specific regulations for landlords and tenants entering into a lease agreement. Some major regulations are as follows:
- A landlord can collect up to three month’s rent for a security deposit from a tenant. (§ 118A.242)
- A landlord must return a tenant’s security deposit within thirty days of the end of the lease. (§ 118A.242)
Landlord Right of Entry:
- A landlord must provide at least one day’s advance notice to a tenant before entering the rental property. (§ 118A.330)