Two Tenancy Agreements

• Check the start and end date of your rental • Make sure that the name of each tenant appears on the contract as well as that of the lessor • Take a look at your commitments in detail (which you can and cannot do during your stay in the accommodation) and make sure you accept • Check the amount of the rental and who must be paid • Make sure, that the contract allows for general wear and tear of the property • Check all agreed repairs that your landlord needs to move in before/once you want to move in (e.g. B change of washing machine, repair of leaky faucets, etc. For example, if a family with an insured lease lives on rent and is written under the husband`s name, his wife can inherit the lease after her death and remain in the property. The Council must follow the appropriate procedure and request a court decision if it wishes to lower your rental.