Residential Oklahoma Lease Agreement

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Residential Lease Agreement Template Oklahoma

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Property: (Property.Name)

Address: (Property.Street) (Property.City) (Property.State) (Property.Zip)

In consideration of their mutual agreement to this contract's terms, [Landlord.FirstName][Landlord.LastName] ("Landlord") agrees to lease the (Property.Name) ("Property") described above to [Tenant.FirstName][Tenant.LastName] ("Tenant").

Term of Agreement

This lease is valid for (Months) months, starting on the (Start.Date) ("Start Date") and terminating on the (End.Date) ("End Date"). Parties must mutually agree to any extension of this lease in writing prior to the expiration of the contract.

Holdover on the Property after the contract ends will operate month-to-month.

The Tenant must vacate the premises when this agreement ends unless the Landlord renews the lease agreement or accepts Rent willingly on a month-to-month basis.


The Tenant agrees to pay a rental amount of $ (Rent.Amount) ("Rent") to [Landlord.StreetAddress][Landlord.City][Landlord.State][Landlord.PostalCode]. Rent is paid to lease the Property and must be paid by the 1st of each month. In the event that the Landowner does not receive the month's Rent on the 1st of each month, a late fee might apply.

The Landlord agrees to prorate on 30 days the Rent payment remitted on the 1st if the Start Date is not on the 1st of the month.

The approved payment methods the Tenant can use is (Payment.Method1) or (Payment.Method2). It is the Tenant's sole responsibility to deliver mailed Rent to the Landlord before or on the 1st of the month.

Security Deposit

The Tenant shall deposit with the Landlord an amount of $ (Deposit.Amount) on or before the date the Tenant moves into the Property. This refundable security deposit secures the Tenant's obligation to pay Rent and keep the premises in a clean condition. The Landlord is not required to keep the security deposit in a trust account or incur/pay interest on the amount.

Within forty-five (45) days of the lease's expiry and after the Tenant vacates the Property, the Landlord must provide the Tenant with an itemized list showing deductions and refund the (partial) security deposit. Should the Tenant dispute the refund, they have six months to address it.

The Landlord is allowed to make deductions to the security deposit under the following circumstances:

  • When they repair or clean the premises beyond the normal wear and tear.

  • If they have to repay any of the Tenant's unpaid Rent and fees.

By no means is this security deposit a payment of any Rent payment.

Late Fees and Returned Checks Charges

Any payment the Landlord does not receive by 11:59 pm on the (Day) day of the month will mean a late fee of daily late fee of $ (Late.Fee) applies. Any payments returned for inefficient funds, a "stop payment" or any other reason will incur a charge of $ (Charge.Amount).


The Landlord approves the following occupants at the Property during the Tenant's lease. The Tenant agrees that during the lease's term, no other occupants will stay on the premises for longer than fourteen (14) days without the written consent of the Landlord.







Maintenance and Upkeep

The Tenant must maintain the Property in good condition and repair on a day-to-day basis and send a written notification to the Landlord should any problems arise. The Landlord is responsible for ensuring the Property is in habitable condition and fixing habit defects. If the Tenant's negligence, fault, or guests cause the problem or damage, the Landlord may require the Tenant to bear the costs of fixing it.

The Landlord must repair mechanical damages, like plumbing, HVAC breakages, etc. However, the Tenant might be required to pay fees or have them deducted if HVAC breakages occur due to excessively dirty filters or other negligence problems. The Tenant may not modify the Property, such as painting it, nails in the walls, or other modifications that might affect it.

Additional Provisions

Both parties agree to adhere to the below terms.

Rights of Access

The Landlord is permitted to enter the premises without notice in an emergency. However, for previously agreed upon repairs or inspections, the Landlord must give (Days) days written notice to the Tenant.

Assignment and Subletting

No part of this lease shall be assigned or sublet without the Landlord's express written permission. However, the Landlord can hand over the lease to the New Owner if they sell the Property during the lease's term.

Flood Notification

The Landlord notified the Tenant that the Property (is/is not) (choose one) located within a 100-year flood zone. The Landlord also (does/does not) know of the Property having flooded in the last five (5) years and has notified the Tenant of it.


Both parties agree to pay for utilities as stated below:

  • ​Landlord provides for the following utilities: (Landlord.Utilities)

  • Tenant arranges and makes payments for the following utilities: (Tenant.Utilities)

  • Both parties prove for the following utilities: (BothParties.Utilities)


The Landlord owns the keys to the Property, and it's only handed out on a loan basis to the Tenant. As such, the Tenant can't make any copies thereof, and the Landlord might replace lost keys at the Tenant's cost. At the lease's expiry, the Tenant must return all keys to the Landlord.

Other Provisions

Rights of Termination

This agreement will expire by 11:59 pm on (End.Date) and the Tenant must vacate the premises immediately. The lease will convert to a month-to-month contract, and all other terms of this Oklahoma residential lease agreement will remain in full force and effect should the Tenant not vacate the premises.

If the Tenant breaches the contract's terms or misrepresents any material fact on their lease application, the Landlord can immediately terminate the agreement. Appropriate notice to the Tenant and procedures required by the laws of Oklahoma will apply to this immediate termination.

Move-in Payments Due

The Tenant must make the following payments on or before signing the lease and before the Tenant moves into the Property:

  • First Month's Prorated Rent: $ (ProratedRent.Amount)

  • Last Month's Rent: $ (Rent.Amount)

  • Security Deposit: $ (Deposit.Amount)

  • Other: $ (Other.Amount)

  • Total: $ (Total.Amount)

Full Disclosures

  • Landlord Contact Information:[Landlord.FirstName][Landlord.LastName] /[Landlord.StreetAddress][Landlord.City][Landlord.State][Landlord.PostalCode]

  • Methamphetamine Contamination: To the Landlord's knowledge, this Property (is/is not) exposed to meth manufacturing exceeding one-tenth of a microgram per one hundred square centimeters.

  • Lead-based Paint: This Property (is/is not) built before 1978 and so (might/will not) have traces of lead-based paint present, which can be hazardous to your health.


The laws of Oklahoma interpret and govern the terms of this agreement. Should a dispute over this document arise, the dispute's venue will be in the county of (County) in Oklahoma. However, both parties will first make good-faith efforts to mediate in person to resolve the disagreement.

This agreement and any attachments constitute the entire agreement between both parties. Any modification to this agreement must be in writing and have both parties' signatures. It supersedes all previously written and oral negotiations, commitments, and agreements concerning this tenancy.

Both parties acknowledge and understand all the terms in this contract and the rights it grants expressly set forth herein.







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