Play your game, it sucks me to get it, but that`s the situation you`re in and the one we all have to get through. Don`t do something like say, I`m not going to give you that you`re leasing, and if you want to, I`ll charge you an absurd amount of money to get it. Honestly, it`s inappropriate behavior that comes dangerously close to crime… If you care about being beautiful in court, it`s pretty simple. Ask for some kind of written correspondence in which she asks for a copy of the tenancy agreement, since the tenant has subordinated it, and then send this copy, which is certified in accordance with the lawyer. But after going to court several times, I think you think you`re thinking about it, because no judge will deal with whether the tenant has lost his copy or not. Everyone on this planet has lost something at some point, and I predict it will have a 0% impact on whether the judge thinks it`s you, the organization, common sense, and not the tenant. @Mike Buckley, I hear a lot of things about this thread, which I agree with some of them, and I think that would be a very, very bad step. Go with what most people tell you… to give him a copy of the lease. My friend needs a copy of her lease for a property she sells. How can she get a copy? Answer: When a lease is granted for the first time, two identical documents are created – the lease and the counter-lease.
The rental agreement is signed by the taker and the equivalent by the owner/free owner. Talk to your landlord about your situation. Find out if your landlord allows you to break your lease prematurely. Your landlord is not required to accept your application, but some homeowners may be willing to do so, especially if your financial situation has changed. You should enter into a written agreement signed with the person who sublet your place. The contract must include all obligations arising from your original lease and any other additional conditions that you feel are necessary, for example. B, how and to whom the rent is paid. No no.
If you have a fixed-term lease, you cannot leave before the lease expires or risk paying damages to the landlord if you have breached your lease. All the big points here. In any case, send only through the lease… As for the evacuation. I had given them 14 days` notice to stop each month, on the 7th, about half of last year, to keep them informed. Last month, I could have sent them a summons at the end of the 14 days, but I realized that the end of the rental period was the following month. So I thought that instead of trying to go through all the judicial nonsense, I would say that I have no intention of extending it. But I think it`ll come from the sound of the court anyway. If you can`t break your lease, there are two other options to consider: It`s a business and you want this resolved and finished with, so you can continue….. Playing silly games like giving them a copy of the lease is incredibly stupid.