If a tenant is concerned about the registration of a contract, they can go to the housing authority to conduct an independent investigation. The case can be dealt with before the Rent Regulation Board and the housing authority can impose a three-year lease agreement at 75% of the market value of the property. The new rules allow the landlord to rent a room or part of his apartment or building to a tenant, i.e. the landlord and tenant may reside in the same property. On the other hand, leases concluded after January 1, 2020 between a landlord and a leasing taker between a landlord and a leasing taker fall after January 1, 2020. On June 1, 1995, but before January 1, 2020, which are still in effect after January 1, 2020, is not within the scope of the law and is governed exclusively by the civil code, with the exception of leases concluded during the aforementioned period and again on January 1, 2021. that fall within the scope of the law. In the event of a short-circuit, the tenant can terminate his tenancy agreement at the end of one month without loss of deposit, provided that the landlord is notified by recommended letter one week in advance. The lease ends at the end of its term, without the need to notify. The introduction of tax incentives is not part of the Residential Rent Act, but it has been reported in the media that a system of tax credits for one-year leases should be put in place and depends on the number of bedrooms in the building that is rented. It is expected that tax laws will be amended separately to include these tax credits. The provisions of the Act provide for the registration of all private leases (« PRL ») concluded after the applicable date and their renewals.
In the absence of registration, a PRL would be considered not entitled. These include loans that were closed after June 1, 1995, but before the applicable date, and which would come into effect on January 1, 2021 during their original or renewed terms. If the tenant wishes to terminate the tenancy agreement before the agreed term, the tenant cannot terminate the tenancy agreement: the tenant may, however, terminate an SPRL after one (1) month from the beginning of the term, as long as he requires the landlord to (1) week, that he can communicate in writing with a recommended letter. The lessor may not impose a penalty or receive any form of compensation from the tenant for the termination of a SPRL as indicated above. In the case of an untitled profession, a notice of execution is issued to the lessor, in which it is required that it comply with the provisions of the law within the time limit set by the authority. In such cases, the authority may order the lessor to comply with the statutory obligations for a minimum period of one (1) year, while it has a rent of 75% (75%) does not exceed. The rental value of the building.