After the end of the first cycle (4 or 6 years) of your Part 4 lease agreement, a new lease begins. You now have another part 4 rental. Previously, your landlord could terminate this rental agreement at any time within the first 6 months without justification. However, the Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 repealed this provision with effect from 17 January 2017. If you want to withdraw and you do not have a fixed-term contract, you do not need to indicate a reason, but to indicate in writing the good notice – see below « Termination of your lease ». As of July 2009, the definition of a lease under the Residential Tenancies Act 2004 no longer includes leases for which the lease term is longer than 35 years. If the term of a lease is longer than 35 years, it is not considered a lease that must be registered with the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act, 2004. As a tenant, you can terminate your rental agreement (temporary or periodic) without justification, but you must present a valid termination to your landlord. To be valid, this notification must: It is good practice to enter into a lease that specifies the terms of the tenancy before residents move into the property. After the first 6 months, your rental agreement therefore becomes what is known as a rental agreement 4 – this refers to Part 4 of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004, which deals with the security of the property.
If you have a periodic lease, you do not have to claim the lease in writing under Part 4, but you must claim it if you have a fixed-term lease agreement – see below. Rental agreements or other leases cannot take away your rights under the law. However, you and your landlord can enter into agreements in a rental agreement or lease agreement that are not regulated by law, for example. B who pays the electricity bills. The provisions of clause 9 only apply if their booking data indicate that a count is to be made. 9.1 In this clause 9, « deposit » means the deposit corresponding to the amount indicated in the details of the booking, which is used as collateral for the performance of your obligations under the rental agreement. 9.2 You agree and acknowledge that the deposit you have paid us will be paid to us as security for the performance of your obligations under the rental agreement. 9.3 At the end of your stay, you will have the opportunity to participate in a check-out inspection with one of our representatives in order to reach an agreement on any deductions we may make from the deposit. However, we reserve the right to inform you at any time of our intention to use the accounting to pay the sums you have due or have been spent on you under the rental agreement. Where applicable, the acomphement or the corresponding amount of the acomptère is reimbursed to the person who originally paid it (unless this is no longer possible, in which case payment is made). 9.4 For the avoidance of doubt, any deposit paid to London Nest Ltd may be used for outstanding fees or debts in the course of another booking with us or another company which is a Company of the London Nest Ltd Group for one academic year.
9.5 You will not be charged the deposit with a payment of rent or other sums due to us under the rental agreement. 9.6 We agree that the deposit should be protected by an approved tenant deposit in accordance with the rules of the rental bond system. Confirmation that your deposit has been protected will be sent to you within the required time frame. If you rent to a housing company, co-op or similar voluntary organisation (known as licensed residential establishments or AHBs), your tenancy is covered by the housing rental right and you have most of the same rights as private tenants. There are, however, some differences: when setting the rent under a rental contract for a dwelling in an RPZ, the amount of the rent must not be higher than the amount set by the formula provided for in Article 19 of the Law (as provided for in Article 34 of the 2016 Law). . . .