Ohio landlords and tenants often forget to comply with the legal requirements regarding multiple year leases. The Ohio Statute of Conveyances requires that all leases of three years or more be signed and notarized. Leases not exceeding three years are exempt from these requirements. In other words, if a lease is for exactly three...Read more
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