A resident, as the word says, lives in the apartment with one or more other tenants. From a contractual point of view, residents have no rights or obligations vis-à-vis the landlord because they do not have a lease. However, when a resident causes damage to the owner or his building, he remains responsible, because everyone must behave in such a way as not to injure himself. If you live in a rental relationship, some legal issues may arise (for example.B a dispute with another tenant over invoices or changing lease details). They have common responsibilities in a joint lease. If you are a separate tenant, you can leave your rental agreement by laying off at the end of your temporary term or by giving the right amount of termination if it is a periodic rental agreement. Each of the tenants may also terminate the rental agreement with or without the agreement of the other tenants if the fixed term of the rental agreement has expired by a valid notice. Check out our guide to find out what you can do at the end of your rental. On the other hand, a resident has rights and obligations towards the other tenant of the apartment. They must then refer to the written or oral agreement between them…
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