Is a Contract to Lease Binding in Massachusetts?

This question is about Massachusetts Residential Lease Agreement

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Yes, a contract to lease is binding in Massachusetts. As long as both parties have agreed to the terms (either by signing a written agreement or using a verbal confirmation), it is a legally binding document.

This means that the landlord and tenant(s) must comply with all of the provisions stated in the lease or face legal consequences.

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