– for other events determined by the lease. – that the premises are in breach of the terms of the lease; All leases must contain the full legal names of the landlord and tenants. The amount of rent must be determined by the rental agreement. The general provision of Russian contract law, according to which the price is set on comparable terms if not determined by the treaty itself, does not apply. Leases must contain start and end dates. In addition, a rental agreement must include the rent due. He has to show when the rent is due and how he should be paid. In addition, a lease term lasting at least one year requires state registration. The agreement is considered to be concluded by the parties and is only enforceable from the date of registration. The state registration is approximately six to eight weeks from the date the application is filed with the appropriate authority. However, the parties may provide in their lease agreement that the contract applies retroactively from an agreed date.
A fixed-term lease generally extends over an extended period of time, for example. B 12 months or more. During the rental period, the tenant agrees to reside in the rental unit and pay a specific rent each month, and the landlord cannot compel the tenant to leave during that period, unless he has breached the rental conditions. Rents can be perfect for long-term tenants looking for stable housing and for landlords who often do not want to find new tenants, perhaps when the property is located in an area where it can be difficult to fill vacancies. At the end of the tenancy period, the tenant can move, the parties can enter into a new lease or, in many areas, the lease will move to a monthly contract if the parties do nothing. Improvements that cannot be dissociable without damaging the premises, unless the lease has otherwise provided for them and which has fulfilled its obligations under the tenancy agreement, the tenant has a preference right over others to enter into a lease for a new term. The written tenancy or tenancy agreement you sign with your tenant forms the basis of your legal relationship. This document defines the essential terms of the lease, such as rent, deposit, withdrawal date, month-to-month lease or longer rent, pet guidelines, occupancy limits and all other rent rules.