If you receive a closure notice, make sure your landlord has given you the correct message. It depends on the length of your lease. What an agreement says and what the lease really is may be different. For example, your landlord may say that the contract is not a lease, but an “occupancy license.” A rental agreement with a fixed end date gives both the owner and the tenant security. It indicates 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 tenancy agreement, the lessor cannot increase the rent or change other terms of the tenancy agreement, unless he expressly reserves the right in the contract and the tenant accepts the changes. If the tenant stays above the specified date, the lessor can either accept rental payments and pursue the lease as a monthly lease with the same rules as the lease, or sign a new lease or initiate eviction proceedings against the tenant. It is then up to the judges to decide whether your right to the infringement is important enough to void the lease. You may also be held liable for the unpaid rent and be sued by your agency or landlord if you leave the property before the end of the legal contract. If you have to go to court, you will be asked to prove that your landlord or agent has breached the terms of the contract. You must also show that you have given them the opportunity to solve the problem.
At the beginning of your lease, you should have signed a lease agreement. In most cases, it is a secure short-term lease. If your landlord or broker has breached the terms of the contract, you may be able to leave the building. Although leaving a property can be an attractive solution if you are not happy – in most cases it is best to try to solve the problem and leave the property intact at the end of the contract with your deposit. Both transfers and subleases are made when the tenant hands over the lease fee to third parties. As a general rule, the lessor cannot block a transfer or sublease for no good reason. An assignment is made when the tenant grants a third party all the remaining rights to a tenancy agreement for the duration of the tenancy agreement. The original tenant no longer has rights to the property or claims rights to the property. When a tenant sells property, he can no longer be sued by the landlord and cannot sue the landlord, because all his rights are transferred to the third party. In the case of subletting, the tenant can transfer part of the tenancy (for example. B a room in a house) or part of the lease (for example.
B for 5 of the remaining 6 months of the lease) to a third party. The original tenant retains his rights to the property. The original tenant can still take legal action and be sued by the landlord for breach of contract.