What would happen if the landlord and the tenant were to lose both there copies of the lease?

Asked on August 13, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Indiana

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

If both the landlord and the tenant have lost a copy of the lease for a unit that you are presumably renting and you both want to have a copy, you and the landlord need to sit down and re-do another version of the lease the best you can from memory, date it sign it and each keep a copy of it with respect to the term of the lease you have.


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