But now, just a few days after I left, my parents tried to chase him away to pay the deposit, and he refuses to repay it, on the grounds that the £250 was to cover the “damage” on his carpet. However, as I said, there was never a written agreement, but even if it was implied by an oral agreement, he had never told me that I had to pay for the cleaning fee (by the way, he had the opportunity to call a cleaning service if he had wanted and if I had paid for it, but it was so insignificant that one could not even see a visible stain, even the one on a few small spots on the carpet). It is important to note that a lessor is required to report a new lease of residential real estate (known as a “lease”) to the Residential Tenancies Board (known as “RTB”). For more information, see “Duties of an owner.” Your landlord can terminate the lease at any time during the first 6 months of the lease, without justification, but in general, you benefit from a rental guarantee after 6 months – see “Part 4 Rental Agreement” below. You must always receive a valid written termination and there are detailed rules on the amount of termination to be received, depending on the duration of the lease (with a few exceptions). Read more in our document If your landlord wants you to go. The landlord (your landlord) is responsible for paying the local property tax to the Revenue Commissions. There may be an agreement that you pay this amount, but your responsibility lies with the landlord and not Revenue. As a tenant, you can end the periodic rental at any time. You don`t have to give a reason. Here too, there are detailed rules about notice periods and what constitutes a valid termination – see below “Termination of your lease”. A lease agreement gives both the lessor and the lessee certain rights, for example the right of the lessor to receive rent for the rental of the property and the right of the tenant to occupy the property. The lessor and the tenant have concluded specific agreements on the rental agreement, for example.B.
its duration, and these will be part of the rental agreement as long as they do not conflict with the law. The lease indicates how much rent you have to pay, how many times you have to pay it, and other conditions. You should make sure you understand the terms of the lease before you sign it….