You need this agreement when you will have the need to move to another location and need to vacate your rented property.
The owner may abruptly raise the rent or demand for more deposit fund/lease amount, observing the rising market trends, which is actually unfair to the tenants. The owners are not entitled to do so before the completion of term or without giving prior notice and time to the tenants.
The first thing that annoys tenants is when owners ask for additional charges for water, electricity, maintenance, cleaning, etc which they would not have mentioned earlier. Tenants get annoyed with such added financial costs which would make them rethink about continuing in the same house.
There may be issues such as leakage, seepage, bad odour in the neighborhood, health issues arised due to stay in the premise, malfunction fixtures, broken pipes, frequent power cuts, etc. which are definitely not welcomed by any tenant.
The tenant may feel that there is some sort of danger to his life, property or health, if he stays in the rented premise. Also, if there are incidents of frequent crime or any kind of mishaps in the neighborhood, the tenant may start feeling unsafe to continue residing in the same location.
Like mentioned earlier, a rental agreement or a tenancy agreement comes to an end automatically when its term expires. However, the agreement can be ended by either a tenant or an owner before the term is completed, under certain circumstances. While either party may have various reasons to choose to terminate the agreement, listed below are the most common ones.
Eviction is the court-ordered physical removal of the tenant and his or her property through the assistance of a law enforcement officer. Terminating a lease may require the landlord to file an eviction lawsuit, or an unlawful detainer action, if the tenant remains in the rental after receiving a termination notice. To begin the eviction process, the landlord must file a complaint with the court and wait for the tenant’s answer. If the landlord prevails, whether based on the merits of the case or because the tenant failed to provide an answer, the landlord is legally entitled to repossess the property. If the tenant refuses to leave after receiving the notice of eviction, a law enforcement officer may remove the tenant.
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