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Letter to Landlord: Non-Renewal Lease Termination (Oklahoma)

This automated letter from tenant to landlord provides notice of non-renewal / termination of an Oklahoma residential lease. The workflow helps determine the required amount of notice, making the process fast and easy.

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Letter to Landlord Demanding Return of Security Deposit (Oklahoma)

This automated letter allows a tenant to easily make an official written demand for return of a security deposit. It’s critical to make the demand timely, or the landlord may actually be allowed to keep the security deposit!

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Early Lease Termination Letter to Landlord (Oklahoma)

This automated letter allows a tenant to terminate a residential lease early due to major property defects. The automated workflow makes it easy to provide appropriate notice with legal citations.

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Disclosure / Disclaimer Statement for Oklahoma Residential Transaction (Free and Automated)

This is an easy and free online workflow to fill out the required disclosure / disclaimer statements for an Oklahoma residential transaction. Answer the questions to fill out the paperwork. Then download and review your documents.

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Free Oklahoma Real Estate Contract (Automated and Easy) (Residential Purchase and Sale)

This is a purchase and sale contract for Oklahoma residential real estate. It’s free! Use our easy automated workflow to fill out the contract. Then download and review your documents.

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Voluntary Sale Agreement for Jointly Owned Real Estate

This agreement will confirm that all co-owners are willing to sell the jointly owned property to a third party on the open market. By signing a Voluntary Sale Agreement, you can “lock down” this course of action among the co-owners, which will help prevent anyone from backing out at the last minute.

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Legal Form: Buyout Agreement for Jointly Owned Real Estate

Use this form to enter a buyout contract between or among co-owners. A buyout agreement is a purchase contract among the co-owners of jointly owned property. This is often a good way to avoid litigation.

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Legal Form: Letter Warning of Partition Action

Use this letter to propose a buyout or sale of jointly owned property, motivate co-owners to avoid litigation, and warn co-owners that you have a right to force a sale via partition if necessary.

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