An Indiana room rental agreement serves to establish the rights and responsibilities of a principal tenant and a subtenant renting a specific room within a residential property. It typically includes details such as the property address, the contractual term, rent amount and payment details, security deposit information, utility responsibilities, house rules, and provisions for maintenance.
This agreement aims to ensure a solid living arrangement, prevent misunderstandings, and provide legal protection for the parties involved.
After How Long Does a Guest Become a Tenant in Indiana?
Under the state’s landlord-tenant laws (Indiana Code Title 32 Article 31), a guest is considered a tenant when they stay in the rental for over two weeks within a six-month period.