Connecticut tenancy agreements are legal documents used to establish binding terms for renting real estate. They are constituted between a lessor and a tenant, both bound by the conditions contained in the form. Once they have saved their signatures on the document, they are bound by the rules until the lease expires (or until a party violates the agreement). While each contract may vary according to the wishes of each party, contracts usually contain elements such as a description of the property, ancillary costs, the duration of the lease and the amount of the rental. The Connecticut Lease Agreement lays the foundation for a written understanding of the tenancy relationship between a landlord and tenant. The document can be adapted to the needs of each party by providing certain provisions, for example.B.