Topics discussed in a leasing driver include the amount of deposit required to secure the place, construction or repair work that takes place in or around the space, including the responsibility of the landlord and tenant, and the behavior during the stay or rental in the building. The behavior includes hours of calm, if any, and if the tenant has access to the building. A driver covers what is covered by the owner and what is not. For example, if the electricity is to be turned on by the tenant, the driver explains it expressly. The driver contains an early termination clause indicating the date on which the lessor or tenant can terminate the tenancy agreement if the scope is given. Drivers are rent supplements for commercial areas. Drivers are also employed in residential housing and live/work lofts. The owner writes the driver specifically for the tenant and the rental plates at the same time he signs the standard rental contract. A standard residential and commercial rent starts at five pages, while a lease for a sales area can be 60 to 100 pages. Drivers are small compared to leases.
The average size of a driver is between three and five pages, depending on the number of objects the owner must contain. It`s at the owner`s discretion. A driver`s pages add or modify items listed in the original lease. A landlord passes on both the rental contract and the driver to the tenant at the time of signing. Cole Quirk has been an independent author since 2009. She earned a bachelor`s degree in criminal law from Penn State University and is a Master of Fine Arts in the UCLA screenplay.