On the other hand, lease or license agreements are concluded for a period of 11 months, with the possibility of renewing the contract at the end of the contract. As an 11-month lease, only one license for the tenant is to occupy the premises for a short period. As a result, rent control laws do not apply in most countries. In addition, 11-month lease agreements allow the landlord to take more action in case of eviction of the tenant from the property. Therefore, most landlords prefer to enter into an 11-month lease agreement with the option to renew at the end of the contract term. Leases longer than 12 months must comply with strict rent control laws, which are most often tenant-friendly. Rent control laws currently prevent landlords from overburdening tenants and protect tenants from sudden or unfair evictions. The right to ownership of the property is also transferred from the owners to the tenants in the event of a lease, making it more difficult for the lessor to evacuate a tenant. Owners therefore do not prefer to enter into leases of more than 12 months. You can modify the general conditions of sale according to your understanding with the tenant/owner.
This lease is not legally binding unless it is registered. The notarized agreement does not mean that it is registered. Tenants must pay stamp duty and registration fees on the contract. The lease is usually signed against payment of the deposit for the leased property between the lessor and the tenant. . . .