Frequently Used Forms
- Application to Rent
- Lease Agreement
- Rental Agreement Month-to-Month
- Notice to Enter Dwelling Unit
- Itemized Disposition of Security Deposit
- Three-Day Pay Rent or Quit
- 30-Day Rent Increase
- 60-Day Rent Increase
- Forms, Disclosures, and Publications for New Tenants
Forms by Period of Tenancy
Complete List of Forms
Only CAA provides its members with a complete library of California-specific forms and corresponding instruction sheets. With access to these 120-plus vital documents, you can tackle any rental business transaction. You can rest easy when using CAA forms, which are recognized and recommended by the California State Bar and many regional courts.
The 2015 Forms Change Chart is now available. All forms and instruction changes take effect December 1, 2014.
If you are new to the industry or have been renting properties for many years, this handy check list provides you with a current list of mandatory and optional addenda and disclosures.
This form confirms the resident’s intent to vacate. This notice also informs resident of his or her obligations through the end of the tenancy.
The Addendum allows you to write in additional provisions which are not covered in the month-to-month Rental Agreement or Lease Agreement.
The large print version of the Application to Rent.