Imagine this: you`re the founder of a thriving startup and you`ve signed a 24-month lease for a traditional office. A lessor may terminate a rental agreement at any time if the tenant is contrary to the contract, provided that the grounds for termination do not constitute an unfair practice. In these cases, the lessor is obliged to give the tenant a minimum period of 20 days to resolve the problem, depending on the seriousness of the infringement. If the problem is not resolved, the owner can terminate the contract. These violations occur in most cases when the tenant has fallen behind by not paying the rent in full each month, behaving in a manner that is consistently offensive or unacceptable to their neighbors, causing malicious deliberate damage to the property, or exhibiting dangerous or lethal behavior inside the property. Although within the meaning of the law, the lessor has the right to make the tenant liable for a “reasonable penalty” for the early termination of the rental agreement; it is not intended and is not intended to punish tenants; but rather allow the lessor to make good any damage he has suffered as a result of the early termination of the lease; and the tenant who does the cleaning before the lease has begun. There are a number of different laws that impact leases. This article examines those that are relevant to the termination of a residential real estate lease and explains the procedure to be followed when terminating a rental agreement due to an offence committed by a tenant. .

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