Vermont Rental Agreement


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Vermont Rental Agreement

The Vermont Residential Lease Agreement is a legal document that allows a Landlord to enter into an rental agreement with a Tenant for a SPECIFIED amount of time in exchange for rent.

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Landlord & Tenant

This page provides general information about evictions in most residential rental situations. Some cities, such as Burlington and Barre, have other laws you should know about. Rentals that are part of Section 8 or other state or federal subsidy programs also have additional requirements. check to learn more.

What is the Eviction Process in Vermont

The eviction process in Vermont is a relatively lengthy process and is geared more towards the rights of the tenant than the rights of the landlord. Under Vermont law, landlords can send tenants a termination of tenancy notice because of the non-payment of rent. check to learn more.

Residential Rental Application

This is a form that's going to make it more streamlined for tenants who want to apply to rent from you.  How it works is a tenant fills out the application for rental, pays a fee, and then you follow the legal requirements to either approve or disapprove them. check to learn more.

Vermont Eviction Notice Forms | Process and Laws

The Vermont eviction notice forms are to be used by the landlord as a first step in the eviction process. Notice must be given to the tenant that he or she is not paying rent or is engaging in other activity in breach of the lease before action can be taken in court. check to learn more.

Tenant Defenses to Evictions in Vermont

A landlord can evict a tenant in Vermont for a variety of reasons, such as not paying rent or breaching the lease or rental agreement. This article describes the eviction process and rules in Vermont and options for tenants who want to fight an eviction. check to learn more.