A termination is made when the tenancy agreement is terminated in accordance with the provisions of the Rent Act. As a general rule, the landlord cannot terminate a tenant with an indeterminate tenancy agreement, unless some of the reasons mentioned in paragraphs 83 and 84 of the Rent Act are found. This includes cases, z.B. if the tenant abdicates good ordinary customs and order, if the landlord wants to move in himself (in this case, the landlord must notice you 1 year before) and if the property/rental is to be demolished. If you sign a rental confirmation, you have an obligation to take this specific rent, unless there are properties that were not disclosed to you at the beginning of the agreement. Payment directly to the utility: the third mode charged for utilities is directly provided by the distribution companies. Thus, your owner does not control the colony. Instead, you are responsible for paying for public services. In most cases, electricity and heat are cut off if you don`t stick to the agreement, but this is not necessarily the case with water. Water is often linked to the entire property and your landlord may need to settle in your name if you don`t pay. Your landlord can then assert rights against you. The rental agreement is the written contract between you and your landlord.
The lease agreement is legally binding between you and your landlord. It describes the lease and you and your landlord`s obligations and rights with respect to the lease – for example: External maintenance includes the two components outside and inside the lease. As a general rule, anything that cannot be classified under the concept of internal maintenance – that is, whitewashing, painting, paper and floor painting – belongs to external maintenance. As a general rule, the lessor is the external subsistence obligation and is therefore required to maintain the lease. If your landlord only leases one rental agreement, the landlord is not required to conduct an inspection if you move. However, the owner must bring his remediation requirements to your knowledge within two weeks of the start of the move. The owner must inform you of the defects to be repaired in the rental agreement and the price to be paid. If you want to evacuate your lease, it can be difficult to know what your landlord needs when it comes to renovation. In the Rent Act, however, there is a limit to what can be expected of you as a tenant.
It is important to remember that you do not have to put the lease back in a better condition than if you accepted the lease. Therefore, the owner cannot expect you to completely renovate the lease. If your rental period. B is limited to 6, 12 or 24 months, it is not necessary to grant a written termination to your landlord after the expiry of the period, since you have already agreed the duration of your stay in the rental agreement. New rules come into force in the Rent Act from 1 January 2019.