The tenant can legally terminate the tenancy agreement in these circumstances: a tenant can, as usual, issue a letter of intent to evict by sending the notification to the landlord of form rental property. The lease has a fixed term or a fixed end date and stipulates that the tenant has rented the landlord`s own house and that the landlord will occupy it at the end of the lease. In other cases, if the covid-19 emergency rules are not in effect, if the owner wants you to move from the property, they must give you an abrupt valid termination. There are several reasons why your landlord can give you notice, and the length of notice depends on why the landlord informs you and whether or not you have a fixed-term lease. If the contract between the principal tenant and the landlord is terminated, the contract between the principal tenant and the tenant is also terminated. In this case, the principal tenant should notify the landlord and subtenants. Landlords can also end a periodic rent either by mutual agreement with the tenant or by written notification. The same grounds and notice apply, as if a fixed-term lease was in effect (see Tables 1 and 2). If you are in serious difficulty or if your landlord has requested an order to terminate your lease, you can inform your landlord 14 days in advance that you are leaving. Serious difficulties may include: Breaking a lease Give your landlord an offence that ends a type of tenancy and your rent laws regarding forced evictions and the end of a residential rent have temporarily changed due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). A loan bond/guarantee is an amount that the tenant pays to the lessor to ensure that the tenant fulfills all obligations arising from the tenancy agreement. The lessor holds the deposit for the duration of the trust lease to ensure that the tenant is not in default under the terms of the tenancy agreement or that he is damaging the property.
If the tenant damages the property (without normal « wear » or if the tenant has not paid rent, the tenant has the right to recover the amount due from the deposit.