A Utah Standard Lease Agreement is a legally binding document between a landlord and tenant that outlines the terms and conditions for renting residential property for a fixed term.
This agreement typically includes details such as the duration of the lease, monthly rent amount, security deposit requirements, rules regarding maintenance responsibilities, and conditions for termination.
Considerations on Lease Length
- In Utah, lease agreements can be for any duration agreed upon by the landlord and tenant. Common lease terms are one year, but they can be shorter or longer.
- Maximum Amount ($): No state-imposed limit
- Returning to Tenant: Within 3o days (§ 57-17-3(2)).
Rent Grace Period
There is no state-mandated grace period for paying rent.