Lease Deed Agreement

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A lease deed agreement is one that is sealed and delivered by the party creating it or by an attorney. A lease deed is an agreement by one party to rent a specified property owned by another party.


A lease deed is used when a person rents property from another person. Creating a lease deed forms a lease and has it sealed and delivered to the landlord. The sealed lease deed creates a formal way of creating an arrangement between the landlord and tenant.


A lease deed agreement contains information regarding the terms and obligations of the arrangement. It consists of sections including the premises and the habendum, which is part of the deed that determines interest granted. It also contains the tenendum, which refers to conveyance, and the reddendum, which states that a new thing is reserved out of what is granted. The covenants, conditions and the warranty are stated last.


Lease deeds typically represent the rental of property for long-term purposes. The lease deed tells both parties what is expected from them and each party's obligations. Lease deeds may be avoided if the parties feel it is insufficient in the wording or the delivery method was invalid or if the deed has not been signed.

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