This section explains the rights you have if you have a guaranteed short-term rent from a private landlord. It covers the rights you have to live in your home undisturbed and carry out repairs. It also explains how you can terminate your lease and when your landlord can distribute you. If your lease started after February 28, 1997, you have the right to ask your landlord for an explanation of their lease conditions. How to identify a guaranteed short-term lease created on or after February 28, 1997. A secure short-term rental agreement is a rental agreement that gives you the legal right to reside in your home for a period of time. Your lease can apply for a fixed term such as six months (which is called a fixed-term lease). Or it rolls on a week-to-week or basic month (which is known as periodic rent). If you have a fixed-term lease (for example.
B for one year), you can only terminate it for the limited period of time, if your lease qualifies it. The length of the termination depends on what your lease says. It allows you to live in a property as long as you pay rent and follow the rules. It also sets the legal terms of your lease. It can be written or oral (a spoken agreement). One of the most important things that are sure that short-term tenants should remember is that you can be distributed fairly easily. The most common reason for eviction is the rental delay, but your landlord may also try to pass you if you are trying to challenge rent increases or make repairs. If/he does not have to prove a reason, unless your lease is within a fixed term, but he must follow the appropriate procedure. Some types of leases cannot be guaranteed for short-term rents. This includes: If your home needs to be repaired, let your landlord or agent know. If the repairs are your landlord`s responsibility and are not carried out, you can force your landlord to do the work. However, as short-term tenants can certainly be distributed relatively easily, your landlord may prefer to dislodge you rather than make costly repairs.
Your landlord must also keep the equipment for the supply of gas, electricity, heating, water and sanitary facilities in good repair. Your landlord may have additional repair obligations depending on what your lease says. Sometimes it is possible to get other people to live with you as tenants or tenants, as long as you continue to live in your home as your “single or main house.” However, you should first receive your landlord`s contract, even if your lease says it is authorized. If you do not get your landlord`s consent, he or she may try to evict you rather than allow the other person to live in the dwelling. You are responsible for the care of the accommodation. This may include unlocking a fall or changing a backup if necessary. Depending on what your lease says, you may also have other responsibilities. Your owner must have a valid gas safety certificate for all gas appliances in the facility.