There are a few important points to keep in mind when creating a lease. If you are renting to a group of people, you should consider whether they all need to sign a lease or whether there should be an agreement between you and each of the tenants. The legal position of your tenants and their rights depend heavily on what is in the rental agreement. Their fundamental rights as tenants exist without written agreement. A lease is a legally binding contract between you and the landlord during the lease. The lessor must obtain a written lease from his tenant at the beginning of a new lease. If you are still not able to check out within this period, you unfortunately do not have a basis to assert a right, so you should return the deposit to the tenant (with the exception of rent or other problems that may have occurred during the lease for which you have proof). The parties to a rental agreement are the owner and the tenant. The landlord owns the property and allows the tenant to use the property for cash payments called rents. A rental agreement with a fixed end date gives both a guarantee of duration to both the owner and the tenant.
There is the exact day of the end of the lease. The advantage is that neither party is obliged to terminate the lease; it simply ends on the date indicated. In a fixed-date rental agreement, the lessor may not increase the rent or change other terms of the rental agreement unless it expressly reserves the right in the contract and the lessee accepts the changes. If the tenant stays beyond the indicated date, the lessor can either accept the rents and continue the lease as a monthly rental agreement with the same rules as the expired lease on a fixed date, or sign a new lease, or initiate eviction proceedings against the tenant. 9. Obligations of the owner of the private rental of rooms of the building « I am the owner and I have decided to hand over the keys to the property prematurely, before the start of the rental, in case of a new blockage. » « One of my tenants in a joint tenancy agreement isolates himself in the property itself, as he has symptoms of the virus. The other tenant has decided to leave the lease completely, as she is in danger of health. She returned the keys and said she won`t come back. I`m willing to let the tenant finish the lease, but I don`t think I`ll find a replacement tenant in the near future.
The deposit would not cover the monthly rent. Can I ask for rent instead of a cancellation of the deposit? The Law on the Rental Surety is drafted in such a way as to specify that the surety must be used at the end of the lease and not in the middle of the lease. . . .