Access to tenants` rooms: The manager/owner cannot enter a tenant`s room unless permitted by law. The manager/owner must also take appropriate measures to ensure that tenants can enjoy their rooms quietly. As a tenant, you also have the responsibility to keep the property you rent as clean as possible. These include rules on waste disposal. Make yourself follow the rules for now, as stated in your landlord`s agreement. Please take out the garbage and drop it off where it is removed. Follow the instructions for recycling or composting waste. The manager/owner may establish house rules to meet certain needs (e.g.B. housing for shiftworkers can leave the kitchen open 24 hours a day and have a rule that tenants must keep noise to a minimum between 11 p.m.
and 6 a.m.). In most cases, as a tenant, you are prohibited from subletting your rental unit to travelers or other tenants. If you ever sublet, it means a violation of your lease. It also amounts to breaking the laws of the land. As a result, your landlord may even chase you away. If you ever want to give up, study the local laws thoroughly. Local laws do not prohibit short-term rentals on a flat-rate basis. Instead, they would impose restrictions on them. If not, discuss it in advance with your landlord. If he/she agrees, you may need to share with him or her the proceeds of the subletting. It may allow you to rent only occasionally or rent only part of the unit.
Any agreement with your landlord must be in writing. If you don`t have one, you need tenant insurance with significant coverage. Your landlord might want to increase their coverage due to frequent guest visits to their property. In this case, you must get involved to pay the fees in part or in full. Common areas: Common areas are areas shared by different tenants. You can include a TV room, a bathroom, a kitchen, a hallway or a garden. The manager/owner must take appropriate measures to ensure that public spaces and facilities are maintained safely, clean and in good condition. Tenants must ensure that they and their guests leave public spaces properly, cleanly and correctly after use. Before signing an accommodation contract (form R18), a copy of the internal regulations should be made available to the tenant. Residents should cooperate to resolve potential disputes and use the services of a local dispute resolution service when they have difficulty resolving their disputes. The tenant acknowledges and accepts that it is unfair and impractical to require the landlord to take sides with each other or use the landlord`s authority against one resident for the benefit of another. Therefore, the tenant agrees that the landlord is in no way required to take steps between the tenant and other residents or clients to resolve disputes, nor is the landlord required to take steps between the tenant and other residents or clients to resolve disputes, and the landlord is not required to: to chase them away.
or threaten to dislodge, any resident due to litigation at the request of the tenant, and the failure of the landlord to do so does not create any rights against the landlord for interference with the tenant`s silent enjoyment or other means. If your lease expires and you plan to evacuate your apartment, 30 days` written notice must be given to the office on or before the first of the month before leaving your apartment. . . .