The lessor is required to give the tenant a reasonable period of time to remedy the reason why the lease is terminated if the reason can be resolved in some way. The tenant has the right to contest the termination by notification to the landlord within 15 days of receipt of the lessor`s notification. The law and regulations suspend all housing rental contracts in conflict with the law or regulations. Agreements or parts of an agreement may only be amended with the agreement of both parties. The only exception is the landlord`s right to increase the rent by proper termination. As a general rule, the law and regulations do not apply to rent-to-own agreements in contracts for the sale of real estate or land. Any agreement leading to a possible change of ownership, including an action for annulment of the agreement, must be tried before the Court of Justice. You should consult a lawyer about your rights. As with mobile home sites, no notification of rent increase can be notified within 18 months of the start of the rental or 12 months after the last rent increase. If the owner is a well-placed member of a recognized owner, such as for example. B of the SRHIA, the termination can be served 12 months after the start of the rental or six months after the last increase in rent. If a lease is for a fixed term, a tenant may sublet the property with the written consent of the landlord, and the lessor may only refuse consent if deemed appropriate.
The landlord may charge the tenant a fee not exceeding US$20 for examination or consent to subletting. A lessor and a tenant can agree on a fixed, periodic, monthly or weekly rental contract. If the landlord does not make a copy of the form available to the tenant two months before the end of the lease and the tenant does not plan to evacuate at the end of the period, tenants and landlords should discuss and try to agree on what will happen after the end of the period. If the landlord and tenant are unable to agree on terms acceptable to both parties for the continuation of the lease, the tenant may request a hearing from ORT.. .