However, it is important to note that the lessor does not have a guaranteed property right with an interruption clause for the first six months of the lease (i.e. an interruption clause can only be applied after 6 months), unless there are reasons for eviction (e.g.B rent arrears). Break literally means that you want to terminate the contract in accordance with the terms of the agreement. Law 33 of 2008, which amended certain articles of Law 26 of 2007, only stipulates that, if he wishes to modify one of the contractual conditions, the lessor or tenant is required to notify the other party of notice at least 90 days before the expiry of the rental agreement. Contact your nearest citizen council if you wish to terminate a joint rental agreement. Contrary to what David @181 says, I believe that a landlord is not legally required to mitigate the loss by finding a new tenant (I believe there has been a court decision on this, but I do not have it on hand), so the tenant is required to pay until the end of the term, except: an agreement is reached with the owner. I just wanted to clarify this point if you were to confuse a 2-month notice period with a one-year period without an explicit interruption clause, because that would mean you would have to stay for one year and terminate for 10 months. Tenants should terminate the termination in a written notice called the rental tax notice. It is also worth noting that if the tenant wishes to end the rental on the deadline or after the fixed deadline, he only has to terminate one month in advance – this is his legal right.
You don`t have to terminate to say you`re leaving on the last day of your fixed term, unless your lease says you have to. We rented a property for 9 months of contract. For personal reasons, we had to move out of the house in 4 months. Contacted owner and he was not ready to rent the accommodation and wanted us to pay the break clause. We paid the rent and paid the bills, including municipal taxes, for 5 months of rest. Now, without informing us, the owner has aggreed the property. Is it legal? Criminal record as a penalty rental clause, survives the heart. Withdrawal, for which the exit is in agreement. Opening of a property and tenant if, in the case of such compensation, the legal obligations of . . .