The legal procedure your landlord must follow to notify and distribute to you depends on the type of rental you have. Many tenants who do not share accommodation with their landlord are insured with shorthold tenants. However, you should always check first the type of rental you have, as this affects the type of right of residence you have. Your first step should be to give formal notice to your tenant. There are many different forms of dismissal. Evaluate them and choose the one that best suits your situation. Each notification must be made in writing and inform the tenant of the date on which it expires. The notice period required depends on the nature of the lease. If the tenant is still on the site at the expiration of the termination, you must apply to the courts for a property order. If he or she still does not have an address, the judicial officers may have to be called.
This tenant is called a subtenant and the person to whom he is sublet is called a subtenant. The tenant (as a subtenant) must fulfill all the obligations of a lessor under the law and the subtenant must fulfill all the obligations of a tenant under the law, unless the tourist accommodation agreement is excluded by the housing rental law, for example temporary holiday accommodation. Scenario 1: If you find that your property is sublet without your permission, you first decide if it causes a problem. As mentioned at the beginning of the article, it may not be worth swinging the boat if there are no negative consequences of subletting your tenant (for example.B. the rent is paid and the property is kept in good condition). If so, talk to your tenant about the situation. So I moved into someone`s apartment to rent a room, no lease has stayed since December, so 4 months have rented each month that it is a common property and that it is to throw me out on a date that I owe no, if I am somewhere for something Identify first how the tenant broke the particular lease, that you have with him. In many cases, the mere fact that he sublet the property without your permission is considered an offense. If the tenant has moved to fill the place with more tenants, he has broken the clause in most rental agreements, which states that the tenant should use the property as his principal residence. Since you do not have a legal agreement with the sub-tenants, you do not have the right to distribute them.
If you try to do so, you may find that you are violating their legal rights. For example, if the original tenant still lives in the property, the subtenants count as their subtenants and benefit from the protection of the rights of the subtenants. You can only get the sub-letters after you have distributed your own original tenant.