The lessor may, in certain circumstances, reserve the right to terminate a lease, for example.B. in the event of renovation of buildings. The contract contains a clause stipulating that the lessor may unilaterally terminate the lease and pay a certain amount to the tenant. As with most leases, the lessor can terminate the contract if the tenant is late in the rental terms. This has changed since the beginning of the CPA; and tenants and landlords must be aware of the CPA`s requirements and legal provisions; which now cover early termination and termination of leases. On the other hand, the CPA allows at any time to legally terminate a rental contract with a period of 20 working days, in which case the lessor may charge the tenant a cancellation fee to cover the costs. These fees must be agreed in the rental agreement. The RHA indicates that in case of cancellation, the tenant is obliged to return the property to the owner in good condition, while avoiding appropriate wear and tear. If the tenant evacuates the property without sufficient notice from the lessor before the expiry of the rental agreement – usually 20 working days in writing or as stipulated in the cancellation conditions of the rental agreement – the lessor retains all its rights to the tenant`s infringement. Tenants should not terminate their lease prematurely without first notifying their landlords. It is always advisable to obtain the agreement of the owner before proceeding with the evacuation of the premises.

Sometimes the lessor may object to the tenant`s request to terminate the tenancy if it does not correspond to the TA, so he can request full payment of the notice or other forms of compensation if the minimum rental period or the rental contract is not respected. If a lease ends, a tenant can move, continue to pay rent as a monthly tenant, or sign a new lease. If a tenant continues to pay rent at the end of a lease, in most countries the terms of the expired lease are transferred to a monthly lease. The lessor may only modify the rental conditions after having duly informed the tenant; Most states require at least 30 days` notice to change the terms of a monthly lease. Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, the status quo can change without warning. It is therefore important that TA anticipates what may happen during a lease. . .

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