If a lease has been violated by a tenant, the lessor must follow certain steps necessary by state law to distribute the tenant. The first step is to inform the tenant in writing of how the tenant can, if any, remedy the infringement and how long he is allowed to do so before the start of the eviction proceedings. At the end of this period, if the lease has not been healed, the lessor may file judicial eviction proceedings with the District Court. Lana has a one-year lease for the apartment where she has lived for five months. When her oven, which is included in the rental agreement, no longer works properly, Lana contacts the owner and asks for repairs. The owner sent a repairman a few days later, although the repairer said that the oven simply needed to be replaced and that he would notify the owner. Several more days passed without a word from the owner, despite Lana`s attempts to contact him by phone and text. There is a rental agreement (sometimes called a vestige report) when a tenant remains in possession of a property at the expiration of a rental agreement and until the lessor acts to evict the tenant from the property. Although the tenant is technically an intruder at this stage and possession of this type is not a true estate in the country, the authorities recognize the condition to make the tenant responsible for the rent. The landlord may distribute such a tenant at any time and without notice. Under normal circumstances, property owners are free to do whatever they want with their property (for legitimate purposes), including managing or handing over the property to a tenant for a limited period of time.
When one owner has another (i.e. The tenant) has granted the property, any interference in the silent enjoyment of the property by the tenant in legitimate possession is itself illegal. Anyone involved in the rental of real estate, either as a lessor or as a lessee, should have a signed lease to protect themselves. A lease is a contract between a lessor and a tenant for a specified period. This agreement allows the tenant to reside or use the property for the duration of the lease in exchange for rents.. . . .