A tenancy agreement is a contract between one or more parties („tenants“), who pay an amount to occupy the property of another (the „lessor“). A lease agreement may be written or oral, but it is in the interest of both parties to enter into a written agreement, so that in the event of a dispute, the terms of the agreement are clear. Your landlord can terminate the lease at any time during the first 6 months of the lease without any justification, but in general, after 6 months, you benefit from a rental guarantee – see „Part 4 Rental“ below. You must always receive a valid written termination and there are detailed rules on how much termination you should receive based on the length of the lease (with a few exceptions). Read more in our document If your owner wants you to go. The purpose of this LawOnline guide is to give the reader a complete overview of the process of installing a residential rent and the various aspects of the law of landlords and tenants. Topics include different types of leases, rent verification and different landlord obligations. Issues related to the reception of a tenant at home are also addressed. See also the legal guide „Disputes of renters and tenants.“ Fixed-term leases are usually concluded in writing.
Regular leases are either informal oral agreements or written agreements. While a rental or rent is not required in writing, it is advisable to have the rental agreement in writing, as it is easier to resolve future disputes and, if necessary, distribute the tenant. A fixed-term lease is a term agreement. It is usually (but not always) stipulated in a written contract, called a lease agreement. It can be for any period, but can range from only 6 months to a year or more. It is important to note the following regarding a fixed-term lease: You can use threshold (Doc) trial termination. After the end of the first cycle (4 or 6 years) of your part 4 rental contract, a new rent begins. You have another rent for Part 4. Your landlord was able to terminate this lease at any time for the first 6 months, without any justification.