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Updated June 17, 2022

A Montana standard residential lease agreement is a contract written by a landlord when accepting a tenant to rent their property for a fixed term. After the tenant has viewed and has shown interest in the property, the landlord will commonly request for them to complete a rental application and submit a small fee for running a credit verification. If the landlord approves the tenant’s profile, a lease should be written and signed by the parties.

Laws –  Title 70, Chapter 24 (Residential Landlord and Tenant Act of 1977)

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