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A Lease Is An Agreement That Renters Make With Whom

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5.8.1. The bank guarantee must be valid not only for the duration of the lease, but also for a period of at least three months after the end of the lease, including the possible extension of the initial rental period, and after the return of the property to the lessor. 1.5. The tenant is required to use the rental object so that no legal, statutory or regulatory provisions are violated and no previously granted authorization or exemption can be cancelled or cancelled or cancelled. The tenant will also comply with all requirements or provisions adopted by utility companies or other companies responsible for the supply of natural gas, water, electricity, etc., or their distribution or control. Lease agreement [landlord`s name], referred to as « owner » states that it has rented to [tenant`s name], as « user »: [Subject] Transaction number]Price: [Amount] (for the agreed tenancy period as mentioned above) In addition to the agreed tenancy period mentioned above, a rental agreement may have different restrictions on how a tenant can use a car and the condition in which it is to be returned. For example, some rents cannot be driven on or off the country without express permission or towing a trailer. In New Zealand, you may need to expressly confirm a promise that the car will not be driven on Ninety-Mile Beach (due to dangerous tides). Tenants who rent a property may be required to comply with certain restrictions and policies in the use of the property for which they pay for access and use. If the property is a rented vehicle, the tenant may be obliged to maintain its use within certain mileage limits. In the event that the mileage use of the rental vehicle exceeds the agreed limits, the tenant may pay an additional fee. (a) the consequences of the defects that occurred after the start of the lease.b.

the consequences of defects that the lessor was not aware of at the time of the conclusion of lease c or which could not reasonably be expected;

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