Tenancy Agreement Appeal

Your landlord must keep the exterior of your apartment in a satisfactory condition of repair. It may well be that there is a written agreement in which the landlord holds you responsible for certain maintenance work as a tenant. This is particularly the case for internal repairs. However, it cannot eliminate its legal liability for maintenance under the Housing Act, etc., through rental agreements, while it could initiate civil proceedings to enforce such repair contracts against you. The owner/intermediary may terminate the contract with a period of 90 days without justification. If the landlord requests a termination order, the court must terminate the contract. This depends on the nature of the rental agreement and the grounds for termination (if any) – see table below. There is no indication that this should be completed within six months, let alone an explicit provision to that effect. » You can apply online or you can apply with a paper copy of the form that you can get from a tenancy services office.. . . .