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Terms And Conditions Of Rental Agreement

18.2 A fixed-term tenancy agreement of two years or a term equal to two years (in the case of self-contained accommodation) or five years (in the case of self-contained accommodation) does not end within the allotted time, but with a period of time to be made by letter recommended for the lease to end with the fixed term specified in the tenancy agreement. This notification must be communicated by the lessor no later than one month before the expiry of the term in the lease and no more than three months before the expiry of this period. 4.3 Changes or surcharges are cancelled by the tenant at the end of the tenancy agreement, unless the tenant has received written permission from the landlord to leave them. 19.6 The provisions of section 19.5 do not apply to the personal property that the tenant has transferred to the next tenant, provided that the next tenant has informed the landlord in writing of the transfer. 19.7 In due course before the end of the lease or use, the leased property must be reviewed jointly by the parties. The parties prepare a report on this audit, which records the findings of the condition of the rental property. This report also outlines the work that still needs to be done at the tenant`s expense with respect to the repairs required during the inspection and late maintenance at the tenant`s expense, as well as how this is carried out. 21.1 As a guarantee that the obligations arising from the tenancy agreement are properly carried out, the tenant must pay a deposit equal to the amount covered by Article 10 of the tenancy agreement on a bank account indicated by the lessor. A detailed contract is also in your tenant`s best interest, as it gives them a better understanding of the terms of your rent. 17.5 The tenant must enter into the delivery contracts with the companies covered by Section 17.4 at his own expense and peril, unless the parties have agreed that the lessor will take care of the provision of Internet, video, audio and other signals. In the latter case, it is the lessor who determines the compensation to be paid by the lessor. 17.3 If the parties have agreed that the lessor must provide gas, water and electricity for the purposes of the subjects and that an individual meter is located in the dwelling of the object, the landlord determines the compensation to be paid by the tenant for that purpose on the basis of the actual costs on the basis of the statements.

When the supply of heat within the meaning of section 1, point g), of the Heating Act is subject to the Heating Act, this allowance must never exceed the maximum price within the meaning of this Act. In this case, the tenant agrees to sign a delivery contract with the lessor within the meaning of this law on the first application. If there is no individual meter in the residential area of the rental property, the landlord determines the compensation to be paid by the tenant. –a requirement that the tenant alert you about defective or dangerous conditions in the rental property, with specific details about your procedures for processing claims and repair requests, and 7.