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Rental contracts, some null clauses

PYou have probably signed a rental agreement or you have it in mind. There are continuous and ephemeral changes. But, there are aspects that do not change and that it is good that you know. We speak simply of null clauses that you have signed in the lease agreement. But remember, the Law protects you.

These clauses can be included in very frequent questions. A thorough reading and make sure before signing, you can avoid disappointment. But you can also agree with the landlord aspects that suit the parties. The important thing is that both landlord and tenant have it clear.

Let's see some relevant issues:

When can I cancel the contract?

What if I leave before six months?

What is the maximum duration of the lease agreements?

Can you force me to pay several rents in advance?

Who pays the cost of conserving the home?

Can the landlord enter my house at any time?

How is the deposit updated and should they return it to me?

What happens if the owner puts the house up for sale?

How often is the rent reviewed?

The answer to all these questions, you have in our usual collaboration in the Fotocasa Blog.


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