A pet additive authorizes the tenant to have pets on the rented property. It requires the tenant to be responsible for his pet, which requires that he keep his animals under control, that he does not cause excessive disturbances on the land and that the owner of the animal be responsible for the property damage caused by the pets. The landlord can pay a tax or deposit that the tenant must pay, which is not refundable (a single tax) or refundable (such as a deposit). In addition, the owner determines the amount, type and size of pets that the tenant may have. This document is legally binding and both parties must therefore respect the details of this written agreement. Step 2 – Enter the date of the addendum Pet contract followed by the date of the lease, the name of the tenant and the landlord. Step 4 – At the bottom of the page, indicate the date when (day, month, year). Step 5 – At the bottom of the first page and at the top of the second page, one (1) or two (2) tenants and one (1) or two (2) owners must indicate: Step 3 – Write the number and type of pets the tenant may have. Then write down the number of pounds a pet can weigh.
If the landlord wishes to charge a tax or security deposit for the tenant who owns pets, he must enter the dollar amount of that tax/down payment and indicate whether he can be reimbursed or not.