A tenant looking for a long-term lease may be discouraged by the flexibility of a multi-month lease, which may subject them to frequent rent increases or indeterminate tenancy periods. For homeowners, the cost of more frequent rents, including advertising, screening and cleaning costs, should also be kept in mind. If your rent is located in an area with lower occupancy rates, you may also have difficulty renting your home for long periods of time. A tenancy agreement should be considered when a tenant wishes to rent a building or space in a building that has not yet been built, or when an existing building is to undergo a general renovation or renovation. In these cases, it is important for a tenant to fully understand and document its requirements – in particular the intended purpose for which the premises are built – and for a lessor to fully understand its obligations to deliver the premises according to the agreed standard and on time. It is essential that both parties understand the consequences if they do not proceed as promised in the lease. There are a large number of disputes related to leases, particularly where premises are “built for the ends.” Such litigation is a common practice, as both parties suffer considerable harm if the building does not proceed as intended by the parties. For example, if the building is delayed for any reason, the proposed tenant may have to find alternative premises with a short-term lease, which is expected to result in significant costs. Another risk is that the building cannot be built to the requirements of the proposed tenant and therefore not be useful. It is customary for quarrels to focus on the question of what was to be built and what was actually built. Well-developed agreements can help you reduce these risks.

While most leases are written, there are oral leases that can be imposed as oral contracts; It is important to note, however, that not all states allow oral leases and that oral trade agreements are prohibited in all states. Tenants with oral tenancy contracts are protected by tenant rights that exist in each state. The complexity of commercial leases makes it almost impossible to support oral agreements in court, which is why they are not allowed. It is important to understand that there are leases to protect both the landlord and the tenant, and these are not contractual pitfalls that must be feared by both parties. The most important thing is to maintain communication throughout the process, from the signing of the lease to its expiry. In this context, most situations can be resolved before legal complications occur. A rental agreement is ideal for a tenant who cannot commit to a 12-month rental period. It can open the door to many qualified tenants looking for short-term rent that can be in high demand near university campuses or large hospitals. Leases are leases that clearly and in depth define the expectations between the landlord and the tenant, including rent, pet rules and the duration of the contract. A strong, well-thought-out and well-written lease can help protect the interests of both parties, since neither party can amend the agreement without the written agreement of the other.