Owners are legally responsible for repairing and maintaining the property and cannot avoid this responsibility. However, the tenancy agreement should specify whether the lessor or tenant for non-structural repairs (for example.B. The attachment of a faulty curtain rail) and the (re) decoration is responsible. If a deposit is made, the amount and the amount that holds it must be recorded in the lease. All guaranteed short-term rent deposits are required by law to be held by a state-approved rental bond system. Your lease agreement should include certain key conditions. The lease is usually 6 months or one year for a fixed period. Neither the tenant nor the landlord can terminate the lease prematurely, unless there is a break clause. There are three main types of break clauses – that is, a landlord cannot prevent the tenant from using the property in a way that the landlord denies. For example, a tenant may not be required to clean the property according to a set schedule or not have customers sleep or cook certain types of dishes.
As long as the tenant does not harm the property, the landlord cannot require the property to remain in the same condition at the end of the lease as at the beginning. The agreement should list all standard clauses (see our previous article entitled Asd Shorthold Tenancy Agreement – which you should pay attention to) and if special terms have been agreed between you and the owner, they should be included in an additional section at the end. These “special conditions” are sometimes referred to as “Riders.” If the tenancy agreement is to start on a day other than the expiry date of the rent, it is customary for the tenant to pay an irregular amount for the first month (the regular amount is equal to the number of days remaining prorated until the maturity of the first normal amount) and it is customary to provide in the contract that the fixed tenancy period ends at the end of a rental period. Most leases are short-term contracts, for example month by month. B, while leases generally apply to longer rental periods. B, for example, six months, a year or more. How much will be the deposit, and how it will be protected (it is a legal obligation that we will discuss in more detail in the following article Everything an owner wants to know about the protection of the rental deposit, but who is afraid to ask). The agreement should clearly define what is being praised. In the case of a business property lease, this would generally be done in relation to a card. However, if a house is not large, it is unlikely that a lease will do so.
Instead, the property should be described as fully as possible, using house numbers as well as names (and relative location, if an apartment, z.B. ground floor apartment number 4). It is really important that your lease includes a reference to your deposit. The information should explain that lease clauses in leases, particularly STAs, are increasingly scarce, because it is generally easier for the landlord to complete the termination and terminate the current lease, and then agree to a new lease on new terms. The effect that the tenant does not sign the new contract is the same as the tenant who does not accept a higher rent – that the original lease ends and the tenant moves.