How does the occasional rental agreement protect the owner's interests?
Sometimes, tenants may stop paying rent and refuse to vacate the rented property. In such cases, tenants are protected by the provisions of the tenant protection law, which means that owners cannot take matters into their own hands and force tenants to leave. This requires a legal process, which can take several years. The occasional rental agreement protects the owner by means of a tenant's declaration of voluntary execution and the designation of an alternative property. This allows the landlord to carry out eviction in case of tenant non-compliance with the agreement or the end of the tenancy, without resorting to legal proceedings.
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