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Vermont Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

A Vermont Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form will have to be submitted to the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles so that an agent can perform administrative tasks with your vehicle. That is, if you need an individual to physically go to the Vermont DMV to perform certain tasks regarding your vehicle then, he or…

Vermont Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

A Vermont durable power of attorney form is a legal document that allows a person (“principal”) to appoint someone else (“agent”) to stand in their place and handle their business affairs. This is only valid for financial-related decisions and may not be used for health care or guardianship representation. The term “durable” means the form lasts…

Vermont General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A Vermont General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form is an instrument for legally appointing someone to handle your financial affairs. This person will be able to represent you by using your name to conduct business because this form shall act as proof that you have approved his or her actions. It goes to follow that…

Vermont Sublease Agreement Template

A Vermont sublease agreement is a rental contract in which a current tenant (sub-lessor) and a new sub-tenant (sub-lessee) arrange for the subletting of a property belonging to a third-party owner. Whether a rented property can be sublet is contingent upon the master (original) lease between the sub-lessor and the property owner/manager. The master lease…

Vermont Lease Termination Letter Form | 60 or 90 Day Notice

Or use an attorney at ContractsCounsel to write this letter. A Vermont Lease Termination Letter Form (60 or 90 Day Notice) is a notice that is served to a tenant in a month-to-month lease arrangement in order for either the landlord or tenant to terminate their rental contract. The notice is sent with sixty (60) days…

Vermont Month-to-Month Rental Agreement

A Vermont month-to-month rental agreement is a lease that continues until a notice of termination is received by either the landlord or tenant. Both parties have the right to terminate the agreement by providing the required notice of sixty (60) days (or ninety (90) days if the tenancy is longer than two (2) years). Even…

Vermont Rent-to-Own Lease Agreement

A Vermont rent-to-own lease agreement provides a standard lease between a landlord and tenant as well as an option allowing the tenant to purchase the property. The tenant will be given a specific time period when they will have to buy the property. If the tenant decides to buy, a purchase agreement will be written…

Vermont Commercial Lease Agreement Template

A Vermont commercial lease agreement is a legal document that is used by a landlord and a tenant for the rental of a commercial property. A legally binding contract once signed by both parties, it outlines all the terms and conditions of the lease, including the lease duration, rent amount, security deposit, and option to…

Vermont Roommate Agreement Form

A Vermont roommate agreement is a document used among tenants sharing an apartment or residential property. The document will address rental payments, utility and service responsibilities as well as care to the unit. All roommates will be required to abide by the agreement and any laws and rules protecting the landlord’s property. All roommates will…

Vermont Standard Residential Lease Agreement

A Vermont standard residential lease agreement is a rental contract with a fixed-term, usually for one (1) year, between a landlord and tenant. The landlord will usually verify the tenant’s credentials (e.g. credit check, income, etc.) by collecting a filled-in rental application by the tenant. After approval, the landlord and tenant will authorize a lease…