When subletting, it is important to remember that the person named in the original lease remains responsible for the house and its new tenants. You remain responsible to the owner and become the owner of the new tenants of the property. This can be complicated (and expensive) if new tenants start to run out of rent or damage the house. Sublease also requires a new lease. Your rental agreement must be written and it must be signed by both you and the owner. The lessor must provide you with a copy of the contract before the lease begins. If you extend the lease or make changes, they must also be made in writing. Well, you`re a rule of corporatism. And an agency rule is introduced, which concerns a tenant, that is: You can no longer have pets in the apartment complex and the tenant has a pet. Or it gives you the ability to break the temporary rent. Because it`s going to affect the tenant, because there`s nowhere for them to put their pet. Number two is extreme hardness.
The rental agreement is a legal contract between you and the owner. If your landlord doesn`t do anything he agreed, you can take him to the Tenant Court (see “Problems with your landlord: What You Can Do” below in this chapter). If a rental agreement is temporary, the property must be sold with the tenants and the rented property, which means that the landlord cannot let his tenants move until the term is over. The new owner will take over the lease and act as the new owner. Alternatively, the tenant and landlord may try to agree to end the temporary deadline prematurely. If you move to a new location that you rent, the law says that the lessor must provide you with a written lease and that the contract must deal with certain issues. You can view a document called Renting and You on Tenancy Services Website, www.dbh.govt.nz. This document shows the difference between a fixed-term lease and a periodic lease. In short, a temporary rent is exactly that – a fixed term is agreed between the landlord and the tenant, and the rental agreement is valid for the fixed term. It cannot be terminated by your resignation.
The real estate administrator does not have to inform you that you cannot break a temporary rent prematurely. The lease agreement is, by nature, for a fixed term and the end date is agreed by all parties. If you want to break your lease, you must get the building administrator to accept a break. In the absence of an agreement, the trustee is not required to rent again and you will be liable for rent for the fixed life (or until a new tenant starts paying), whether you reside in the property. However, if the administrator allows you to take a break, it can be done as long as you accept all costs arising from your break. These fees usually include advertising for a replacement tenant, renting until the next tenant starts paying, and the costs incurred during the reference and credit check of the next tenant. Do you move your studies to another city because you have to or simply because you choose to do so? If you have to move due to unforeseen circumstances beyond your control, you can ask the Tenant Court to break your tenancy agreement.