I spent more than 5 years living in real estate, always paid the rent on time and to the property maintained to a basic contract extended in November 2017 for another 2 years Now the owner has terminated two months in advance to evacuate the property, because they want to sell How to do, since still below a duration of 18 months, the remaining aid!!!! In the event that, after the six months, both parties are happy to continue the lease, the lease can either be transferred to a periodic lease or a new lease can be established. We haven`t gotten the contract yet because we tried to see if we could get a better deal while delaying everything. I`m not sure I understood all that. We told them that we would accept a one-year fixed-term contract with a two-month break clause. What exactly are these two months? Does this mean that the minimum duration is also 2 months? Or can they always set a minimum duration of six months? Talk to your nearest citizen council if you have a weekly rental agreement – the rules for the day your termination is due to end are different. I can`t give you all the permutations of how your contract was established, which is why you need to get a copy of the proposed agreement to allow you to get proper legal advice. I should see the agreement, but if it is misformed, such a stupid restriction could remove not only the restrictive conditions, but also the entire agreement that makes it a legal lease. Therefore, if the landlord tries to get you out and you don`t want to leave, it seems reasonable to me to say that the landlord clause allows the termination to expire only at the end of 6 months. So that means that there is no time limit at ANY TIME, it is actually a minimum of six months, which is what I said. This means that the owner has honest intentions and has no ulterior motives. The lessor must intend to use the rental property for the purposes indicated in the press release in order to terminate the rental.
In the rental agreement, the tenant`s legal right to own the property is considered a right of succession – or a rental agreement. . . .