My tenant has signed a lease and he is supposed to move in, but he wants to resign. Where am I? The lease must be signed by all tenants and your landlord. If there are common tenants, each tenant should receive a copy of the agreement. A lease with no end date (normally called a periodic lease or renewal automatic lease) is used when the lease is automatically renewed after a certain period of time (for example. B every month, six months or every year). In this type of lease agreement, landlords and tenants rent until a party gives notice that the lease is ending. For the few areas of the country that allow oral leases, I could not say that an offer only justifies the tenant-owner relationship. You and your landlord may have made arrangements on the lease, which will be part of the lease agreement as long as they are not against the law. You and your landlord have the rights and obligations that are prescribed by law. The rental agreement can give you and your landlord more than your legal rights, but no less than your legal rights.
You will be able to compare all signed documents and calendars. • 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 on the property • Check the agreed repairs that your landlord needs to move in before/once you are supposed to move in (z.B. . . .